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NEw AEvEKT'rIý YIENI's.
Erpry Laudy's Farorler.
FAMIL L SEWING MACHINHE.
To mspply a sowing machine free from the objection.
attacing to others has bos na a aqnr tank for we not
o;v had t, sutrpass other machine,. as they appeared
yearn ago, but also as improved from time to time, by
more recent experience. Discarding the chain and loop
or knit stitches, we adopt the Lock Stitch, (alike on bo-t
sides of the fabric,) which is regarded by the masses as
Icst suited to, all kinds of work. But to meeit- objections
sometimes nrged against this favarite stitch we* have
added the Knot. louble i.ock, san. D Me Knot, either
of which is stronger and more elastic than the Lock;
thus enabling the operator to select a stitch perfectly
suited to every grnle of fabric, and where neMessary,
n.ow samin much stronger than it is prnaible to id by
Lald. The 'IA)RlEN: E makes four differepnt stitches
with as much ease as ordinary uaehtnes imake one, and
with as little machinery.
The iltredaction of the Florence Machine dates anew
era in Sewing Machineism, being t.e embodiment of new
s.rin.l..Ms, aer beforn wdahi ia Jjeiug Maeinesn. We
have a quiet, easy working Maclhine, always cnrtain in
its operations, and easily underttoaod. Dispnusiag with
spring.. camns, or cog-wheels, loop-checks and brush-pids,
cach etitch is formed perfectly beige commencing an
otiher, combining in one macbhine all the most desirable
and v aluable features to make it pertect on all kinds of
(fbric. and easy to use, ev" by a child. The FLOR
EN'N'E MAt'IlINES are thoroughly practical in every
palrticultar.
They have stood the test of time, having been exten
nively and thoroughly atie.l~iI parts of the world in
e.very departmenl t of family vewing, and in many
braniiteesf t.auefactritg. Iuaoie them superion in
many itl.lortant points.
Ti'ese machines have fruio inac to tio.', a a widel ex
perit"ncr. has nngge-.ted, 1wen r:refutlly thnllided and im
p.roved. t i meet all eonreivable re1at.eeiat- of a Iwr
fen t m iog mahine, and Ii.e resplu-te w:er'e-s attentliw
thse Effoarts has Mr.ly estlabi.bed the ul)Itl.Cl'E I.
rantk as the best inii tihe' worlI
The FlI.tIKENS E'I- makesthl I..,ek Mtitrlh, lth nidh,'s
hteing a:tke, either side may lie thle right site, and tIhei
nlhtrii a mv h atI wwndetbhr -i4 e lqgenuast. The Ia.-k
Stitch is t+c-d alt in -t , .x.lnivlts for 'Iailorit'. I-rep.
Mtakng. Shirt Makl :og aln, all kind- ,f .. lianntawtrilg.
andt is gniteratlly res.,ogniz-d as thl nmost .litalble for Iams
ly s'ewing.
E-very pinrnhaser iltly il..trncted, awll .every Machine
iily warranted .iant kept oii perfe*ct order.
S.p. ial attention is called to some of Lte iuytroveuncnts
over other msachines in the
FLOEKINCE SEWING MACHIilE.
It makes four separate stitches-lock, Iotble Lock.
Kl,,t and Double Kuot-three more than made by any
or her, ams wtal o extra machinery.
It is the only Machine that ran new in more than one
dtrettion. having a reversible feed.
unequalled for teeing ends of eanms. quilting, etc.
It is the only maehine having a self-adjasting rhattle
teuti.r-a great improvement over all others rendering
it easy to do good work.
It fastenas the ends of a seam better and quicker than
a seamnshtrw ean.
It snes less thread thnn any other minnine.
It has the best hemmer, nakee any width and is easily
lanaged.
It will hem any curve and mnke neat corners.
It hems, fells, cords, braids, tacks., qlilts, binds, gathers.
etc., without hittlsg.
It makes a gather and sews it to a band at one opera
tion, perfectly, (unequaled in this.
It has the best quilting guide.
The needle is easily adjusted.
It runs light anil quietly.
It ean be easily managed by a child
It need only be seentosatify any one of its superior
ity over all others.
We guarantee hthe FLORENCI will sew everything
needed in a family from the heaviest to the lightest
fabric.
It doesm nre work, sand more kind sof work than any
other machine.
Its motion arealU positive: there arc a. springs to
get out of order, and its simplicity enables the most ex
perienuced to operate it.
It doesnot require finer thread on the under side th.n
on the upper, and will sew across the heaviest seams, or
trom one to more thicknesses ot cloth, without change
of needle, tension, or breaking thread.
is eastily ui.aged. Beinueos arp troubled Iess iu. Rtom.
plidninga iitpNS. W texel *sIa' ' s etd ast i ehi
e~.er yet oeredr to the publice
It att aclhmtetsfr hbetliag, fdlliag. cerding. 4araim
na, tnding quilting and tacking are very simple and
perlect. The severest tests to which Newing Machines
were ever asubjected iathboutry, were attheAmer
iean Inshtute Fair, held in New York, Oct, Oc It. , and
Septemb.n , Iti7 and Mechantcs Association, Lowell, and
Marylant Institute In 1Pi;7. At each of these Fairs Ma
clines were tested from three to five weeks, by the best
jodge in the country, and by them the First Premium
(tolhl Medal was awarded to the FEORENCE iA
C(it NE.
IProm the Ohnrch Union.J
If we uelre to purchaie a Sewing Maciane, we abseli
get a YFL)RENCE--est solely because it taek the high
e.t Prises at the New England Fair, at Providence, at
New York State Fair, Maryland State Pair, or becauae
the judgea at the Amriema lestitute say, 'It is better
thatn sy of ltplpkNq,ý1 blqdgd.I Net thes.l not
all together, but becaue we ilke it beat, as a woman
would say. it waks likes charm; we can w ay
thIng we please with it; the ehlkren caanno get it iout of
order; and it is put at most reaemaL ble termu. Every
facitily ttianded for teaching uol the art of mag it
The latter uatr is mlaoeaideebl me, as the pe
tience of maa pue ruham beean aenely tried to ameeho
nom ,u, nwlilt eysl malhciae,and leave yeV In dh
spair astL tite way. work it; try it.
Siumqaea of work auG prospectas seatfree an applica
tion. .
REP4.'T 0O TURRJCWIa a' TtDM 1ROPTWE
AMERICAN INSTITUTE, 1(W YORK,
The whole namnerofw ewingMaeblineae exhibition
is thirteen. Of toheIeltoere*aýmtard(df.matbtton..
Tb. article bearihif the number73, (the Tre ue Sew
ng Machine) is decided to be thei best on exhibtiua it
must also be stated icidentally that
This lI Btterdrfla tMy.f Atr Chl.a KNwaw
to Ju.ges.
It meritsar. : I. (locd material and thorough work
mauship I"; Sure &. W?4 H 1Y u heep2tb use
alimprovementa it acheai. 3: lugenious
arrangeaneat by a positive motion for adusting the
thread drig the paeas at the. ahetn and the L
eriup ofit in the finish of the stitch. 4. The reve ri
hie f 5. The varuiey of work that can be done upon
it. We therefore decide that it ireeive the award of
First Claw.
WFirst . PRATT.
IRA 8. QADY,
L.J. KNOWLES.
This is to certify that the foregoing is a true extract
from the Remotl of the Judges of Sewng Machines, at
the TtlrtaIeveunh lAamuat .lr. .
JOHN W. CHAMBERS,
Secde.ryWmrd of M aagers.
Though ten years y.uga 'thaa ariser f the well
known Macbines, the FIORENCE has ecliped them all
aa Every Lady's Faeotre, and to-day stand witheout
a rival as
THE BEST FAMILY SEWIMIG MaGLIMB IN TUB
WCRLD.
Retill Dept, B.. 6 Chartres Street.
(ct1j ltee docr, YroJm Caal O e.at)
(Near St. Cu rhHotl)
Agents wanted. W. L CUSHING,
Janll ':1 Ut
LI.1
£Oo-+
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I.EW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Manntactutrers of
GRAND, SQUAKE, AND UPRIfHT PIANO FORTES
Baltimore, Md.
Seventy-fre irst Prize Medals awarded the reat South
em Piano Nanufactory.
Three iuntrmnents have been before the plublie for
nearly thirty years and tplw their aoxellenee alone at
tained an unpurchaaed preemalaeeewbichdeclares them
unequaled. Their
TONE
combiue, great power. aweetness and doe ringing qlality,
ar well as great purity of Intonation, and aweetne"s
throughout the entire scale. Their
TOUCHI
i. pliant and elaatic, and entirely free from the stifn-es
found in so many Pianos.
It WORiKMANSHIP
they are unequaled, esiogmone but the very heat geam.ned
malterial, the large capital employed Is our buainaas en
abling us to keep continually an immenoue stock of lum
ber, etc., on hand.
All our Square Pianos have our New Improved Over
etrung scale, and the Agraffe Treble.
We call special attention to our lale improvements in
fIltAND PIANo, and SQUA. IIKI tANal. ateted August,
14, Ittli6, which bring the Piano nearer perfection than
hae yet been attaintd.
EVRKIY 'PIANO FtULL.Y WAltlRANTEI) -itR FIVE
YEARS.
We have trade arrangement. for the eele wboleeale
agency for the Iotst celebrated I'Pattl.o ()ROAlot and
MLottEttos±, which we offer, Wholteale and Retail, at
Lowest Factory Prces
No,,titt-tina. WM. KNA IE & C)., Baltimore. Md.
Zabl. At Dattess,
d:l ................Camp St..... ..........
STOVES. RANGES, C tO(KEERY,
I'I.ATED WARE. ROOFING, BIRD) C) GES,
Genuine Manufactuares of all kinds of
TIN ANDJAPANMED WARE.
Everything embraced uoder the Iead'of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
For Sale.
OUR FAVORITE COOKING STOVE
I,.ls wood and cannot be excelled'asa GOOD BAKER.
Sales of this stove in 1867 were i,30, in 186$, 6.411), in
Our BLACK OAK is a cheap stove that works admi
rably.
The PARAGON is a wood and real bnrner, and with
its DISHING UIl SHELF, DOUBLE OVEN. RIOT
WATER RESERVOIR, etc., etc. stands beyold all
others, being an article of value and a curiosity.
Our KENTUCKIAN is the best step store made.
In BATH TUBS, TOILET SETS, OIL CANS, COAL
HODS and TEA CADDIES, we offer iaducements to
the Trade.
TUBS, BUCKETS, BROOMS, FLOOR MATS.
DIS1HES, COFFEE MILLS. CLOTHES LINES, etc.,
always on hand and for sale cheap.
ZABLE & DALTON,
Jell t1 tGm. CG' Camp St., New Orleans.
A.ewtot Rkhcards,
No. 16. Customhouse street, between Daupbine and
Bmrsandy streete, New Orleans.
Stone and marble for all building purpoes., including
tombs monuments, grave tones. marble-oor-tile, curb
ad flag stones. etc. Hydraulic cement. Depot for the
sale of Richard. Caps Idme, a superior quality ferali the
purposes of sugur planters, masons etc . manfactredr.t
his MarbleQnarries ,Mo. no-0 7l
Pert, Wi'la5amis $ D.wUusq,
(FORMERLY PELT, 8INMS & CO..)
Imuporters and Wlholesale f)ealer In
DRY G0018,
'a3 anmd $" S1arauinc Srece,
NEW ORNLEANS, L.A.
octu-r
B RILLIAIT STO V DEPOT.
41.................Caamp mtreet.......i........49
New Ot.ams.
Sa3ekent proof that nea's ,ralllaut is sopertr
on aD Oher eskiag stoves now anafah 4 e this
Contimet h again bees etablisedin the suaera stere
trial at the TLoian State Fair. 1870, where
BUCK'S DRILIAAWr STOVE WAS AGAIN AWARD
ED THE GOiLAMEDAL.
After actual trial baking bread in eompetitleo with ib
Chatter Oak, Stewart. and alim otter Isdisg stve.r
USE NOOTHER! BUY NOOTHER!!
Sole agency of the
FAou.s Ilr.Ge WASHER,
WAJLACE'S PATENT COMBINATION GRATE,
sad IS.
EPICURE BROILER.
IL MALLER, NO. 49 CAMP STRII T,
,wholesale and retail dealer In all klabs of
COORING STOVES,
HEATING STCVES.
FIRE GRATES
TIN WARE,
JAPAN WARE,
HOLLOW WARE,
- TABLE CITLERY,
PLATED WARE,
had Housefarnishlng goods of every desrription. Cats
leonger and prie lists seat by reque. t.
Octtll m
,ise. Ws as" Le rap
Itm. lkmm wet, i e. t ia hiMs sb week
Yalae said iept. gy . jsi C M.Emag,
amd Uemflemaea lii iW lag O*sd.,
lNt.s mad Shees. fats and Cape,
GmreerIe., Tiawase, Hard
ware, qae.e'. Ware
and Saddlery,
For U. 8. Treasry Notes.
lam stiU willing to swap my entire stock of Fall aal
Wiater goods for ct, aot t rner t. dvllpatelh dl those
* '**s 1sll on me moar promptly. I have eagagel the
0of Mr. E. M. Johnaon, who will always be ftoed
behind the owter. Call and see me at acxt door to No.
I Mais street.
H. T. Bartlett
C( )=%I%11$ION M ERcHANT,
Alfl (I KrrAI. AGOP YOu THE
s ULF--rALrCEIWG B11011 TIES.
;ºa'L 4 i suW (IRL EA)4j:
>RrSLýws OFFIQýýLcýAyl,ý!<Miuifam .
W p *TRAgP. J* It lI.
te enty that ae have made a cudlca ecamina pe
shO~fFlcIA MAP OP LWJUISlAKA, jpubaibrd by
!. S. >rARDu. yrdal eugierer, aad nucereg K, ae
aý1Iru1Mtf~i:r t Y a~Y *tl Y~bSi
U twymetaa and ýeýq.*.7 sbgmyI
I .SI Y is
Is
C. T $Z MJ IKOARIC. i
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NEW ADVERTISEfIENTS.
.t'ew OaLcau. 5rfasa Coppcr, and
Ires Fuamdrg
-or
DANIEL & JAMES D. EDWARDS.
No..21, 23, 25.20 and "37 Delta $t.
and
Nora. 2". 2,"21, 2, and 2' t Front ILt.ret.
MAXLPIACYUIIE~S OF
IMPfl4)VEIP NTKA T'IIA IN. FORI MAKIN4. sI 4(Ah
And of e~very dtcruij~tion olf
UOPPIER. BRAS$. iI)~cN ANT) IWF.IT IRON, W~r:K.
CO'PYIT IRTlI.Ili A NI' Wf)RMs,4 4KAMI'ITE$~. ETC.
BRASS FOCNDER(S, FINISIIERN. .~NI) PA.TTE~RN
MA KETIS.
I)calrk inh Br.ia W ok fur Steari ;mu Water, Wrorught
iron PipIe nuul a lliu', FiailngS"'ne. t;ra+' Trulba an4 Fit
tiaga.
Wooitward'i SHtea'iumi Pain p-. 1'hl.".gu 1P.t*nt Si-am
Veneraori, Au air,;ina It "i41'.. \nih at
Waaihrs, P. akers :tlai Ioh, 1,a Ratelt I-.,
Patent Ii.r, renti.at l'uutl.v.-titLs.,,
Si.'ai ·n :tu;r %Vitl. tart- t" ;;l;I.tI :.'I al':u r.'.1;
butt Ii ,' l' -" lit ui vl g alva ta.".. for`t, a a, l1.rrrt
i Tn I aa: Pipe' Fitting'. EI-'v,'t;. tow.a*ti. ;
Hnmtinig', t'ap., I'lng, tLoik Nu.t &.&k
I'iiioti Cotitaing;, rte,'.
I.AI' i ELI)Etu IRON ITIIILEII FLES
Steam and Etaa Fiattr. tool;, ,ýrrew t'atrue aid L~ire
Taps, dies. .mnd Tiongute;. Patent Adlntuatale
Tuuan, Coiutmou I'ipe I'ong.. Vletth
Patrot Pipe Cutter; W~eb-.ter'..
Pipe Cutterant Wrin la
Comtbined
SeamlessL Drawnl Brass T'ubles and F'ttings tar I lttumbung
and Water Purpowes.
Brass Work fr Steam: Steamt Whi-le-. til itup-,
Brass Valves: Ateam Metal t:lle :sot Ancltl
Valves: ('heck Valves; Safety V.ilv.
and Weights; Globe Vales.
with Flanges.
Brass Cocks, Steam Metal, a!I ort; lh:ra- 'la ianged
Cocks. Double and ,ingle--ill Sizei.
Brass Work fur Water; ilain Bibbs. Hos Blibbs,
Rough Stops. lHose('oupliung. Plain Conpling.,
Water Ganges for Stationary and Io,llcnotiv. R:ilth i.
Scotch Glass Tlubes; "Enoci Tome 'a Eureka.
Asheroft's Blake's and Allen's Stea l (i.lllga,. Ir,,n and
Brass Cases: Syphons.
Salter'a Locomotive Splring Balances.
Wrenches-Coe's Patent, Lindsay's Patent; Itaxter's
Adjustable Wrench.
Locomotive and TripGongs.
Dryfa' Patent (lass I.nbricatrsr, for Engi. is and
Shafting.
Machieac Bolts, with Square Hlead and Nut-All Szes;
Brldge and Roof iolts made to order. Nuts anl
Washers; Wheel btirrups made to order,
Turn I!nckles, or Swivels for
Haulk Chains; Bolt
Ends.
Steam Packing--Mixed or Fibou:. P'lin l'acking.
Pure Vulcanized Sheet Rublber RKond Packlng;
Square PIston nad Valve Rod Packing: Miller's
Lubricating Steam Engine lPadkilg, IIump
and Cotton Packing, and Cotton Waste;
Patent Belt Pach and Lacer,adapt
ed to Cutting, Punching and
Lacing Rubber Bells.
Hose.-Condueting, hydrant aid En,,ine Hloc. to 4 Ply.
Leather Belting -P'ateut Combiuation Machine Belting.
Bishop's Patent Self-Feeding Ratchets: Piakers P'atet
Packer's Boiler Ratchets.
The Elliptic Boiler Tube Scraper.
Oilers.--atent Malleuble Iron, with Elliptic Steel
Springs; Scripture' Patent Zinc Oilers: Bra-s
and India Rubber Oilers; Tin Oil tans;
Locomotive Tin Oilers, with Valve.
Engineer r Brass Sets, Fan
cy Cans and Fdillers
with I.ainers.
Sheet Bra.s, krass and Copper Wire of a'l Size : t;er
man wire, and Twilled Centrifugal Cloth.
Lifting and C'arrying acks; Lifting Jacks. Locomotive
Jack Screws; Jack Screws, Bell iHottom.
Dadgeon's Patent Tube Expamnde.
Wrought Iron Tackle Blocks; Bras, and Ir.n., 'hieves;
Seamless Drawn Copper Tubes; Jos. Dixon & (,.'s
Black Lead Crracibles: Cameron's Patent lack
up Bafety Valves; Gasfltter's Test 'nPumps.
Complete with (Gage: Double Acting
LIot a·di erse Puamp with Brass
Chambers; Brass Force P'lntps;
Brass Syrup Pumps; Em
ery Wheels and Polish
ing Brushes; Soda
Fountains
TE PERFECT LU5BIGATO& PLUMBAGO,
Of absolute and unequalled pIrit.; the .nre't Iprcvea
tive of and Cre for Hot Journals, and the very best
Anti-Friction Material in the World.
Captains of Steanslhiys and bteambosts, Engineers,
Proprietor .of Saw-Mill.-all who own or ram Ma
chimery In this Country, i'labters and Manufacturers,
and all others, are invited to call at onr Foundry, notice
our facilities for baliness in our list, and compare our
prices with those of other establishments. East, West
North or oanth,
Seed fIr our pries Iti.
DAIIEL & JAMSE D. EDWAIRDS.
JalW-71.
PAEIP U'crltiaas,
8O wdR 8 .... RavwaiM t.. .b nmd 8S
New Orleana.
PIANOS, OIGANS. MI'SIC,
sada1ll Uieda ut
UIt'MCA:. F.URCtlAX1)ISE.
A hrge4mdt at the ecry lowest ratrt, weit worthy tier
ýaalectdsd penbasrý. Jeal 71:1y
Uuua'. 1w"rra.*d
filr $Mer GULV' $TREADI
w3ibteU recv N the emhlefr*ngw4. te' niwr rO'l' o
ri.ip Mat. yen . . tkber croton of v" ge tuitt
wlN ý! as tI(YrlpI l svcr<'awdon. ('oo
ý j'li d idafb s tok ofývrt wxie eeed
i~ PI . Yikr sale imelt, or itt itiipi
.rWU)AD FROT5CTIUER
1!I Da Malestreet, fet Fremeh Marke.4
ml' - t P*c t
Nh bean ps reusead by the
-a" ttsitlcy hetwac . a Tueh erad
a 1 &TROUSDALU.
I4VPq93e a I~he F*M aI 4
NE i ADVERTTIMEIENTS"
Fourthl Leuate s Matre Fair.
REPORT OF COMMITTEES.
Th t Concentrated Lye fto meking masp, eawrded
to the Alden Chemloal Works..
H.et Conceutrated Potabh,awnrded to the Alden
Chemical Works.
lBes tine l.aniry Soap. Aide. Ohemical Works.
ALDEN WORKS LYE, POTASH, SOAP, ETC.
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP.
TIE STRONGEST PURE SOAP IAADE.
For toung a famitly n ahing, ;n the cheapest, best and
qui'rkts.t mannine. This powerful Soap has all tbestrength
of the ,lI roin osoa. combined with the mildness, bland
nes, andt lathtering qunalities of gettine Cantile. We
,have old t , many families, who state it is twice as
<trong as any they harve used; that they van do th. ir
washintg in half the time they take with other soaps.
lBeing of extra strengtl. it washes the same in salt, hard,
rcolt, or warl wat.*r. It requireo no soda or other mix
ture.s, and none should be used, and it Is jiat the thing
for fine linens or flannels, leaving the clothes nice, white
and weet, witthout lshrinking or injury. This great iaher
sav;ng soap should be in every family. Try it! See that
thei words "Alden's (Chemical WVorks" are on each bar.
If you wish to make your own soap use
ALDEN WORKS LYE.
It makes siplthndidl hard soap for one cent per pound, or
nearly a btarrel of best quality soft soap by using one
p.ond of Allen works Lye; the chealest article in new
fsr leaning type, softentng water, cleaning gummed
tmacbinery, making washing solution, or any purpose for
which lye is tused. Don't be deceived by so-claiaued cheap
low priced g.sstl. See that each package reads "Alden
Clheumtal Works." and you have fifteen pounds of good
hard soap guaranteed.
BAINutttlno:, La,,nasterCo, Pa, Feb. 13, Isri9.
Mr. E. A. Thomas, Dear Sir-We receently procured
five boxes of the Alden Works Lye, and need it accord
ing to the directions. and we obtained from those five
bexes sevenly.five pounds of the ioest ha.d aeap ever
M.w. vy neighbors were astonished when they saw it
I have ht-,' tryini, a great many different kinds of lye
t,,fore, ibut roullI nover get ilore than five pounds to the
ox. MARY IN. (ttInFor.
En ey A Kmh.,rly. t-roers. taltimore. Mhd , one of
the largrtI whei.,satle honurs. writra ns Nvemter 1L,
17. What will syo hl s"t .Alr, Works, Philadtelphia,
i.ve. at HIave soll lifferT t makese, hi. t yonrs alone gives
,nivrr-a al ti.sfa etioa."
July ;. It'. t'rr.ssnuan'f thie North American says:
"1 to. llsit r one tmstnd of Alden Works Lye equal to
Iw,\ I·,f i'ernt.ylvaia Malt Company's for cleaning type."
3 ALDEN WORKS POTASH.
(itAIL.. I FEll r.t atL TO ANT Iý THE MAKKET.
CREAMINE SOAP.
A nw di.coverv, componnded olOlive Oil. Cream and
(;lycertew. The hanrlet and vongllest akin, by the nse of
this splendid toilet soap, will be made white and an soft
as ttin. Should be in every nnrnery. Shonld be In
every bath room. Should be in every hotel. Highly
jprfulln.d. yet .cst. no more than common neOp. Tile
linl.t geluill" Ca.stle soap Is made from olive oil alone,
thI:. in addition is perfumed. Nothing betterforcleat.dag
the hair and head. filveit a trial, ant ladle., you will
be delighted with it.
MRS. R. S. ALDEN'S HAIR RESTORER
AND DRESSING.
OIL OF BENNE.
(''E... MUM IN 1ll'LUt)
A purely vegetalWocxtraci, usequalld as a preserva
tivo annd drr.ing for the hair. Restor.. per.aneatly,
blanchhed or gra- hair to its natural color. invigorate,
the scalp. producing abundant hair.
Price, Fifty Cents per Mottle.
MRS. . 8. ALDEN'S
EXTRACT OF JASMINII
A tIiLItlHTFVL PrIRUNE.
Price, Fifty Cents Per Bottle.
Samples sent by mail on receipt of price.
ADDILSS
ALDEN CHEMICAL WORKS,
4 North Front Street PlisdueIla.
For alb la . y: :.
Pranklin. I.a'--SMITM a Wt.. PRAuF T FRERE.
FELIX Bllt(
Centreville. l.a -A. H. ETIE)I NK
New Iberia. li. -BLANC11HET & VJ.AZYr. JAMES
A LEE, SOUlIIER & DEC.II. E: L. RLL.
m.yl8 And by the trade generally
HOTEL, BAR AND BILLIARD B? LOON
kept by
JAMES COSTELLO,.
Opposfle the Raldted Depet.
BRASHIER CITY, LA.
Pr.ieparcd at all timex to aceommodate the traveling
public. jaal tf
F URNIaITRV FOR SALE.
At Capt A. Gates' WUrehewsa.
A large lot of Black Walnut and Peplar
AIMOIRS,
BEIISTEAD8.
TA.RS.
CHAIRS,
ROCKERS,
BUREAUS.
WASH STANDS,
And moure coming per steamrc, to be mold cheap for cash.
Call and m ee. ie'lttf
.. R. nsler,
TIN. COPPER AND SHELT IRON WORKEB
Main Street. Fraankln, La.
Keei.sconstanlly on hand a sapplyof Cipper and Tin
Ware at reasonableprices.
oreersasouclted .. p ro.sr attended to.
A comlnlcte nspply .f COOKINU, I'ARLOII and
DINING RoOIM STOVES. Just received tfrm New
Orleaus, and for Sale at City prices n. charge..
JUST RECEIVED.
FianLili Vrn1 ctiwaary ha, juit rgru.rid an ampto
enI frrsh .lapj.Iy cf
r~v
FlltEC!.A1KLI*.RS
K(1 UtK IK144.
FIRE WORE'" OF AI.L K1NIUR.
i t,\IRDAI.$,
3UYIl...
I 11 h,. al riiva oa h~and n rr4 h a ad nwmul awppty of
C:ALE$, 1.16R,
' Aad all liimi, "' '.n~forknhlnr, Vrva. nn4 i~lr of tw
be I~drrlal. n .Mn* wmti'r xpnuistd $n j4...r. rug·
toorr", rn4 thb; kuarr rautruri to riluiaaa an . ad
UF. F. f''rgd~, -
i8U1I CL.UK TI) D. MAUPAI.)
D£ALER IN SE3ýs.
le . - (irwvier 0trert. - It)
Betwern Cauip aa4d Magaste 4tS
New Otliltain.
J
5 TrhORpta P ab w.e .
js. Of lm, M3IEAS,
NIý. ORLEANS.
prict (urrrnt anb tatthC Ifarkct
WHOLESALE PRICES.
CAREFULLY COIRECTED WEEKLY
IFrem the N.O. Price Current .
Sugar, Louisiana, l I 12 to 13.
Sugar, Ilavana, whit. Ilo to 11
Sugar. Loaf 154 to -
Molasses, Louisiana, 4 gal I I to -
Molasses. Louisiana R(finery. :I.o I,
Molasses, Cuba 404 t..
Cotton 10 to I:.
Bagging. Kentucky. P yard - t 74
Bale Rope per lb ~ , !|
Bran perIItNlbs I .a to
Briaks per M I) to I
Brick*Frire, Englisih '.4 t. o
Bricks, Fir.. American 40 t. 'N
Candles, Adanmantine. per Ii i. to .
Chocolate, Cocoa. per lb :i t, :
Chocolate, No. 1, at t"
Chocolate, Sweet ansi spiced a to 7
Cider. Northern. per bhl Ii I,
Coal. Anthrancite, perton II t0t t.. I1 t
Coal. (angel, i . to -
Coal, We.tern. per bI - to
Coffee. Rio gold, perlb 17 t' 1i
corn Meal. per Itl, 4 ;: t.
Cotton Seea. Ier ton 1 . t -
Cotton Seed, in saeks I' t ~l) 9 2d
Drugs-Arrowroot, Jatmaimc per IIh - to 45)
Bermuda I to. til
Opium 1_ 72 t. : :t
Quinine, per oz - ,2 .3 to 2 40
Mtorphine '! 2) to 0 :aI
Indigo, per Ib I 7. to I r:
Chickens, grown, per dozen - to ; 0
Chickens, young 5 :, to -
Turkies I- tt to .It (MI
Malt, Western sprinlg, per bushe I :d) to 2
Malt.Canada "2 :.t to 2 .,
Hop.,per lb I t. at
Eggs, Western. per don :N 'o :eL
Eggs, Western, per bit "I to, : is
Feathers, per lb '.5 to I IN
Mackaral, No. 1, per bb1, to 1
Maekeral, No. 2 - to I2 i)
Cod Fish, per box I 72 t'
Herrings 7 to -
Flax seed, per lb 1 to I.
Flour, per bbl I 17 to $ 3a
Raisins,layer, por box
Lemons, per box I 14 -
Oranges, Louisiana 4 M I t() to -
Oranges. Mhnlas, per box 7 t. -
Prunes. per lb I t.. I:.
Pigs, Drum 21) to -
Dried Apples per lb , to 9
Dried l'eaches li to I1
Cttrm . to -
Almonds, softshell, per lb _ to -
Almonds, Shelled 4t0 to -
Glass, Freach, $xl0, fl.y feet I 23. to 3 75
Gluas, " lxit " : 1 it to 4
(iau, " 12xl " 4 t, 4 :o
Otrain--'nts. ..eks, per bushel to -
Corn t Ii to I a
Wheat I 4P' to
SCar pease I it71 I
Heans, Western. peI r bi, to !i
Hean. Northern It to It
(luny Bags. iper hag 19 to 1t14
Itay, Western. t.r Io, 14 IN tIo t:5, M
IIny, Iala nti'i.oa tIslo
Hides. ,lexican dr tlllui, 1pr lb I' to itt
Itides, contry I t. Is
Hides. Texas,lstretched IS t" lt9
Itides. Dry, saltedI Id , 0 I,
Iron. Pig. per ton IS t -
Iron cotton ties, per lb t.j to
Lead. perll lbs 11 to It
Lead Pipe. per lb 13 to
Leather, sole, Ileoleck. ter lb :CI ti, .l.
Leather, sole. Oak 12 to 4
Leather, Calf Skins per dozen 1 to
Leather. Texas Rough, per lb 94 to 3:
Lin--Shell, per bbl 1 75 to -
Western I ,3 to
Rockland 2 to 2
Cement ; to -
Plaster Flas. .4 .30 to 3 75
Lumber-Yellow pine, inth, pe 14 to : .
Cypress :N) to 33
Oak :.' to :it
Shingles 4 tot 4
Laths 2 .s to :I
Mosa--Gray Country. per lb 5 to :t!
Moss. Black S to Ii
Muss, Select Black, water rtted 7 to 8
Nails, American,4 to r',. per Iol lbs - to .
Tar, per bbl -- t. :t ')
Pitch, Southern :,0 t," : :A)
Rosin, No. I :N) to 4 24
Resin, No. I ,4) to -
Roain No.: I 75 to -
Spirits Tturlentine. per gal - to 421
Oils-Coal, in barnds, per gal -- to 44
Coal, in cases 44 to, 4t
Lard - to 1 h:
Linseed : It. to I It
etfot I 7:, to
Panlts-Lead, white. per iIi lb.. $ to t1
Porter, Londo,n, quarts, per los 4 t,,
Ale, Northern, per bbl 17 to 29
Beef,, Westernr bbl t 24
Beet Texas II to 14
Pork, Mess :N) tit to :10 :0
Bacon, HamS, per lb 1I to 24
Canvassed 19 to .1)
Sides: 17I to l$4
Lard, prime, in kegs, per lb 17t to Is
Botter, Northern :a* to 41
Batter, Western II to :C1
Cheese, Northern It to 27
Cheese, Western 17 to 21
Potatoes, Louisiana.perbl ; 3 2. to 3 .41
Onlons 4 IN to - 30
Powder; per keg 23 lbs 7 :,1 to -
Rice, Lousiana, per 1, 34 to 74
Salt. Liverpol. per seek to 10
, Western, per lb 7 tI 74
Soatheth 8 to 104
Castile 144 to Iti
Spirts--Brandy. Coguna, per gal 7 to 1S
Holland Gin 4 to 4 75
Americn 2 II to 3
Whhlky, Western Rectifed I I to I 32
ALyxihe, per dozen 23 to 261
StaehB,pherL 64 to
albw, City Rendered 11 to 11l
ouallt Rendered 10 to 101
Tea--lmpeall, per lb to 10
Oupowd.rr tooto,
i renh White wie per bI 15 to 15 0 '
asc -Po t, per gal I 25 to 10
Maderir 2 to 10
ery, ta eaaks 115 to 15
olet-Bordaux, cask 5 to 100
Clakret, ina cuae, perdo 3 r0 to 15
Cbhampagoe, per dos 18 to 44
Catawba 2 50 to 4
Wo'd-Wasled, per lb 32 to 40
Meclean 9W t,.
BSrry 17 to
Loideslas nattie 184 to 21
CATTLE MARIKET.
Texas cattle are selling ia the New Orleans market at
from $16 to 680 per bead.
Hogs..........................S 8 00 11 011
Sheep.......... ...................... 3 00
Milch Cown, Choice .................. O I00 a 1:.35 t
Milbc Cows................... ....... .0 U00 0 00
Calve............................. .. 10 00 ~t 15 (N
Goats............... - ............... I 0 400
N$W 6000$6! NEW GOODB!
H. H. Bmanith & Co.
Our stock of New goods is now complete, conislilng o
Dry Goede bktted to t, h eas-es.
HARDWARE,
GROCERIES.
PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
SADDLES AND HARNESEN,
TRINIES AXDIVALISES~
TIN WARE, NAILA9
And Genera Winter Sepplies, adapted seeverybody'
wants, without regard to Race, Color or previonus ondi
tise. Prkes reasonable. Old frtiend and new invited
erolL lNot170.
PREMIUM COTTON SEED,
Rull , Grladihg and 5earatlag MDlU.
It i. now well known that the hall of the Cotton stI
iawn good afertilizelr ma the entire eed. The Kera.l.
WtlleIt i valuable for aoek fowl, has but little "er
Iilhlag prpelnrti'e. The kernel is valuable ftot for
foree!, uI','es, ows or flors. Cullou Plantersr Iw1ný
t.ve one- b.al of their ,rea, by wing their Il|tofel l('oton
rsdass itoe'k Fourl. Stock thrive better fr.1 partly o,
ettoan Seed InlleI. than wholly on corn.
The kernel of the -otton aeed weighs ia munh as the
lint or Ike bhlls.. E.ch cotutale, alhmat on.l-thlirdl lb,.
weight of mred cotfn. The. Peabody Cotton Sel Ilull.'r
will elparate abotn three hundred busheln ,f rottcnu st d
d.uly, the kenrnI fronm the hull, with one hotme p mtier.
The e ottnn erelt me)l, for feeding parposea, which this
huller will fnruibl in one iay ie worth more to the
o..ton planter thatheo the cro of the Iluller. Th. mitachiue
Si nrt only duralde but imaple and cheap,
It cortr, delivered in New Orleans, "t.
Tbeme tachblnes are tlanelbcctred 0only I New York,
!st l only nat n a Loalrtam when apecially ordered
the mop cy accompanyai g the order. Freight about
Swire thlt of a ry btrrcl.
1). PENNETT. ruakltla, La.
Sole Agent afr the State of l.oali.nt.
Jannery 11.1I271.
SIPECIAL NOT¶N'Uai.
FOR GALVESTON ANI) IItI.\AN
I.-Tl.w foII 'wing n.'i lw\ 1,.« pr"'-n
imn steamships fonu Ithi- lin
W. (;. HEFV\EN, I. ('. HIARRIS, AI.TIN.
RT. MARY, A(:NKS, 11.\Itl. \ý.
AIABAMA. MOR(;AN. CLINT)\.
MATA(GORIº,\. CITY O)F N)RF'u.K. JIPEPlI IN I.
wIIrNEYand HUTCHINSON.
No frright rnr".ivyd aftrr 1'lI I~. M.
Fright tak in it rard ntuh:.
For r'igut 'r i a t.
C(h.S A. \%hhl'LNIF:Y A 1 44, Ag~nt~.
Jan11 :I 4'..rtr Iagauiia.'*mund Nat' h. i -I
INSII)E: 4IFI~wIlN Si R.Y llRIRTF:,\"1. E)fI(I. \X S
I~t4NtSIANA .\I:' It I XA:IC ' I·tI)
aan'I tr:aiu. Ica'.". Igh~r- I . .t at .\. JI . ar
rinuxt at llr i:i. ( iv . t I! M., ta' tug tit,
M. rganIlin.t1 tnl "hi.- it flt :ut. r :.dv. tilt.
St ,tn ltuip'
.14il )I Pill NI
'lilt ~ C I.av. lai..li..g~ .a thtturd -.h~t
1'Jptttttill74 ti.t
11ORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL
1 ROAD
U. S. MAIL ROUTE BETWEEN NEW OR
LEANS. WESTERN LOUISIANA AND
TEXAS.
T'he, F.·rry l ;Is-t wvi!! ·la-y. h • ft.,., t ..f t! .\Ann .tre,..
I)All.Y. at . A. ,M .n.,'nctg w itth I. P'.SLEN(ER
TRAIN. l.avina .\li."r' at a A. M.
Freight f,.r tl.. r.a." rlantiing. on the 'lht 'l'h, lnd for
(Ilhka.on.., d.liv.trah. at N.w ilt..ria or St. Mlarttnill.,
r-c.iv.d daily (.nit.iav'- Ixe.tll.1' ) f'ra 7 A. M., to . ' P
.1 , at th. f.,t ..f St. Ann -tr,. t
Ftrigllst for all poilntl t n Ii.tay.ou l.af,,urrlhe. htw..s..l
lialatlevtiiilliand I.olort. for it.l'Hlanger ('anal. alnd fr
IIullla, will Ibe trau.prted at Ihrllgh teatbt.uiiiLt rtlll-.
(.EO). 'ANIUi LY, Snpl.rintriant.enlln
For liighlt or pa-iag., apply at thite rrner of Natclhz
and .lagaiin. -I .irit-.
No fIr,.'ht n r ."t'l In tt iftr 3 i4... 'k.
(h'AS .1 WIIITNE\ I', .\Ag..nti.
.Ian1 t71.
FOR MOBILE.
MORGAN LINE DAILY U. S. MAIL
STEAMERS.
oft 4 P M. ''rai. In'.::tchiartrin Railroad.
Fre igh. I t ri . ( ai l a1 ,hr.or point.. in Alabam a,.
t': dC""buat the:.a.l titatrts M w .
iShippi- rl I h.r"l uir fitV thiartrthe ite a tLnir
I. "nl Mmhli., wtu, h min ih." tirmaaiaim.. of thoar liar.
I'miglmtmminmirl u,1, m hitS "f mmnmli"rwritirm at.',
.ill ilirmmmIl hm!l " 'Il.mm, igmi n -t h". i a,",mm I~mrfirm, ha~lf
Imait htie. :.,dullr. 1 II. for good. .himjppcdl betlorr w I: .
M , r frigh~t tlli..m lm.ua1it fulfmil latexi to tuinh 'it
I."-IinatiCiii.
1ºitrtnuia ti.." ruutiiiiiiitii. rf itii Alaamlma flutea 'amir,
i skitiwil hir i.mirmt iii a3d tI, go anal returt.
All ,,ml I-imt-u -tliw naarht in ltiuf to rlm-tinatiun.
CHAS. A. \I'IfSNEY & CO.. Agets..
*Puil .:Imrm-imrr Mlag.,ziium miamI NatrtmaL
The .. 'har x NrwltftuIN c.
104 .... Baronrne tsert _..- 10
, N s I+ v t-III I. 1y l Iria. , i I..1' k1.1'' l a 1kr rat s L. -
a g,. ,,tf.'l- s-pllU."..p r alvtange.i ltr the education
if t |.. ontl. P'ar.nt -.i gn .larlt.t conll hate no strong
,tr glarant,,en for the s.,nertnl iraining of their chiklren
anli nart. lhal n tIho,-. tlri-ih,. Iy thi. aceon.plishrId |pu
pils brollght ip within its walls.
SlIft floNt, >.Lt lill: I .
Iii- bul,.lingt ar.i lat'al ..uItd airy, m.ntiting all unere
,<tr r-,lunirem,.nttt for health an.t eomnurt. The. daily
fare i + g.1d and t hle.i.tne. A ..thte,.r' r are and] watch.
fulness are ,;ve.r hI, to-wed . prntt the pnpil<. while justire
and kiudnu.. nith'ut .h-t..rti..n.r larti.lly. wilt be
rec.ivrl l1 I.,.n. and all.
K1t.l.IiiG , MOK'tJ. [1 .
FIII lilb.rty .fc..nc...ic. will h. l.aritt.ie to ovrery
10nlid I:*" l;.,t ,li-i.n..i.nu ".r 1uesttons tuv,,lving a dit
f.rlc.te.' f .I...ld, aI. frbltidhln. aul nutithing will be neg
l.rte. thllt tI.,. to prl..uiat the gr..wth of the heart,
or ~. ll.lllnr... *ulli'.l .a'ti liblral idltle.. Everything
.alcu-lae. . c-.hl thi.. - -plarit iut giv " pila i.llly to the
mind, : il r. .-i r car.f.d altt nit.in All th" nnweried
seal cant ll e''t in *I.'.a ling g..'tnllulee .. laln nrbanity: all
that it, .n... l t. I i th,. ,ip.l-jr hlife, r the ntu ly rirric
antd fr ,ci.nty%. will In. arcc-.uplihed at this Insitnlte.
t'he .are.'tr..- reiurt. ther punpils to ixercte towards
earlh h..* ier .l'"lit. "o--. .i".. it little thing; an.;lto . x
hih 1 ......n..; the-,v. lv. nIv. . i... lti-h aud ,llirnat atltnt ionlis.
llth -tr..tn, s.i iE ,.-ry i lac' it. in everything porta ning
to couellrtl.-E and gl.uI ma.l.tll.-. ntl..t bar,- an effect upon
yotung tni.tl- that .. ui.iet.r I. for,,.ttt n.
I F\Irtl. rul 1 111 N.
iThe hi I, ti..l ,ltr.,l yI ly th.,i St. hiarle. llnstitute ein
bran." r irry sttlky Itt'c-r t..o IathieVr a p..rf. t eiduca
It ion t 1:.gh-h .. a.." Frenth. Mladamii M.ace i. in earnet
in her eust.l\to"r, .t ,r.cur.' a corps of eolUinetent profie
nir.. S.he will .ll, orw un .acritice. however costly, to be
an ,obstacle it ,btatininttg tr the ln.tittte Ithe hIighest
order ..f ability an1d merit
AUll th:t is r.-quntirdl I. tlltitrire the -study of C(heitiPtr
and l'hluha a plty, '.c l crimu 'nitally, i-l. nn l in the In tiln
lion. II ha- ala st tite.le lit hr:Try .f the I.,-st anthors in
English. and F-renchtI. sitali-, for all :-,.. Earch class. is
direct.d int a jn.Iti.' - -. ollllre t.f -read.lI;I, and tlhe pupil..
are r '1.uired t, -re- a.t It.. thitir ,rotr.--.,r. the gi.t .f what
they read.
After this.. t:l :ll.-fr..n.ch.lii. Work ale i. alp made, and
there r-an In ntai.,ndti that tllt'- literary ixer,'is.e mate
ri. Ily a--.+t in frnlmt. tlt, Intelligente, by nsupllying an
exlttl.n-c. Ind 'f nts.ful kn,,wledge, stre.nithening the
utttmory, :Lnid ultiat:,ily d.-rel.tping a riraceful and ltneant
m ode ,f w-.l h.- by t.u liar.cing the unnll wiIth the best
mtieils if .ty le ail ta latttg.ge.
Ih'. .mlne care and .nqprvi-iot. that iare It.towed upon
the French langnage are extruded. to the Englibh. and
the litter, being tlhe lauinagte of th" tc.untry, i asi well
and efticiently tanghlt it. the tlorncr. Aeromptlished pro
fcteo~n are aegagled in this deph.itent of kLnwledge aid
tie it lm apprlved itethodtlt of tn.-truetiti are adlpted.
Tihe pipitl.uhar. to slteak tfme twolang~Fl atirtertly in
a vere. :Itort tiltme; lan whatever may be their capacity,
the resu.lt are decidedlly Iprorere.ive.
IlmPLoM.iS.
l'ntl, I h t..',ntlete the regni.lr Ctt,-Oe , f . iil.ty. and
p..ss a siatt.factory examliill.lnu itn the santr, ill recevre
Djiplotltas.
Mt I..1.t
The -.1t.dy itf i.t.muic iL thi. Ilttituloltn is tin obljrt 1o
special inllr.tl ; he t h.irge thrt.rt"f ii In the hiat.ls of
Prof,-aesrors w I.. .I,bilitie-. arc nnqnetsti.inable The melh
nod of t"t..: i.g II... accnmilltlll.hent Itere ad.l.pted, is wilth
the vi." .. .... r.1ta.l.11 .lhit, lh1, fnidaniintal prineiples in
the muin-]. itt te 1li.s0 . that. sIte may afterward.i d], with
lout har 'rnlte..tr, ailnd till prtreis in tlte ieltiation of
an art that rIqluire.-s 5·.ticlh situy from tile aspiiranlt--n,
mally sariti e lrotIn parents.
N kNYUL-WtIItl
The uii if 1the teethle firm. a Iart of tile r,.gllar cotlrs
of thw Intiitute. Upon dew-ignbaled ¢y tie pupills are
required to attend In their 'wn clotthtg, unier dirretion
of the got.verniess.
' ICK'S FLORAL GUIDI FOR Il17O
Tbt tirnt edlitiun yt oae hImdrevd eiwl Uaoeasind
MEEDS ANID 'I1Ai:AI. (CUl1)E I.nI ,li.:I an4 ready
t., in~ld 00t--4) p:ugeas. tta4d aw regravl o fl auIw
.very dleir.iIdk Flower amnd Ve..table. It ii eletantty
printed "ii tine aaw · ot egravntg'i ant tao teantifnt
COLORKD PLATK8
Tb." moyt beaafiiMl and the oit d Iurrtrnrtle Flranl
Guide t,,tdjiaht. A t; EIC&M.(N El tITtON pttli.hrel. in
Somt (re.e to all ty tnatmm eri at It ýO no rapidly ait poe
nible witholt attlicali".n. Svnt to all othrer who *ornler
thewu for tell celnt, whuCih Ia nilt ha.llf tlhcrit. A.IdIews
jan11 t1 J.AAMEtS .' tK. It "ete>. r, N V.
J. fl. PlafIt A C'o.
GROCERS AND TEA DEALERS
103 ('ntIut, tit~ ('cr~ru'r L'oydra.,ý.
New Orleans.
fu, I r t.n.r.l. .1 I-t . l., , r oh. un utja.,cd iu
dar""'. nt"If.t I'mIi.":r µp r~tfi ;3e N.' l.nvtr. ne.-.ul lb.
omit rivttiat n.l.1 cll.
·F Auil 'Il~·~~·I
I'~ EYZ . \lI l'1'Ij:t ll.%l' 111, ItIIF:IKF'.1 .'I
$C:d ILAIF'r - - L.. N; t , 10.111 allChtc.,tu
1 Ir.\u1: :tme m.rlt.i:. ..t'..:.,m.-Rrti
1;1'Sill \ III 1 I).I(JII CtrA":'." ial tan"1 AI,."t'n llc ll
H il k:. - . , .tl l -t '.t. u.g.'ta mi. ia. 'm tr
1 E..gt' ..aI umemic-llt" . i.. , ll..ha -t ..t
NA la..A a '" I on~ - F .-.{l .-I t II.. ar.. I1 gin'h..tiqrim
I(k.Fi t FI i in cI: -I 1-immN.a, in m mrum, , ind rClo* lig-.
£ ltrae.r.u'.. &..r..a oii ( t..-tuuo.,
i ant , -ut I'm, z Rum,,. P.'-b , . AIp~m' Ik.-,, ,.t
1aph KI. a unt it' ut'l N - .ltI$It: Yb .t i d Mist.,y hinhr.
ltjlittt Ylt; c~ hitf gmunt;rl~n· srilttr tar nt i,' mmmc · mt-n'f llpin
saulasd AtwLr MIunl rr Meat.1 ~n-rlt
ittr .a tree' t.
sA .\ 'z(Ii L4 F...I.LndI. talian."Ien tiee..fdaprty
SPICES-. gtaall iudt,..the : a,.4'i ýtýi"u.i n cci.nii
thn tR kit, tn F'L 'it w it ettinntv Cnr.ui 't.ict'mmv it. . Fit,.
t.iMAC Lntm~ AR n ho ti'.- If 1.in li --itar il tiast-.- i .ir.
cnwp1iamORSabor.ut timinihm.uwl m ind ln (mf-c i njt. a.
(' . lu .1P"t l AIt~l.T&VQ."
A. thFLi' ý-laihtu S. U.tc
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
.Ifaiia llapa .I7ai TrrnaHporIlItCN
l'orparrry.
, I'eanI:IlLI;ARKE) INNI.EL A'I {Y.
in conflntectiII n fith Mtnrgn'. I. A
'l'exas Rairnad. l.ear.' Ilx.a1hrar 4I.,k ..u the aris.i
car f,.u N.w 4 ilc*i.. I..-~\ cc·7 ~i' 'laliC
at c. ncrlnck r is . inneetislg with Ithe Etxwn train P1
Itrasi..-ar.
Mates ni Passage.
Fr -is N.-a Iii!.ao". I Rra.he..r,'1 !r . .... fIt
.. nIrattcr contill.,P.',mille.. --. - 5 .(1P.
I. l .-ntr ."rill ."" 1' . .! " ..- ." :/
* to Franklin, 1017 ,i."... .- It. t
I., Iiharcutotn,._'7 ititit + 6 Nit
. -ol i. aner."lte. 34E no is.........i 6 ,1
i.N Itberia, ii at
" i., St. 31..rtiiuis il~Ic I 'tin'te . -. 4 li
. "ern .Ii".[.s.II. 17! n ,!.. . - n Iw
t. . p l i.-a s-.... II. ... I.. . - I :,
\ ;alini "7.t.'I! t.['inl.-s t. .. t
'ram~tY-setI. Is? IbtiE..
isugar. pct Ii,.g.h-adi - - ----- -- *
M.tas.-", I..-r barrel.. -- 1:
M.IaIrrsn. per half barrel ..
Cotton. Icrba hat - -- It
CottoIt.n setc --. cr.' ai-k .
Cottn in .tet. lpcr Ititi It.. - - -
Cotton in see.i.ta-ack.- -
I :ototnz . ...".I, Ipe Ili - -
M...a~lperi ale-. ., erll. .-- ....... ... ... .-·- I :.ii
M oss, p."r iii!--- .....11 - . " .. I . I
Poi at..i c  irv --. ..i tat-. I.-. . .. . . 5
Hides, irs-ýa
'B'eves-.- - -- ------- -- -271
'ICFvitre..i t41I. 74?...E~t
Slocklilte ralivt · . . . . . . - 1 (
hogs, _1)tg. ----------- ----I.:I
ucklin ct,. --.---------- - -
I.41 It'.'-..- I i'
:diti R- ...... .... ... it'
htAItIs---'-------... ..---....-------:A
$he n· . .. ... . ... .. . . . -- -- . I .
$ ,c-------..n -------- -- --- ---'1
Mcar r."n."n .f I....- p...r 1."."i 12
1'. 'I' PPE R. I'reei.leni.
.J:1 ..n.ictc' tree;, N. f
N It. Insn.auce by thi s ,rrlncted to oue-hall pa'
rent.
huni
To Ihe I'Mbli,.
.I.I.n I'. W,.i,lt.m . 'ir- Iii,.rru." hi In flant. r" m~id
ii.. Piibi. iu II. .irr..i. a- a I'r..ioU. I a Ia-iiin 1 a. ml Lu
guliirr, iI; \I., Ia ..-c.r thirty v.. ar' r.\.irii.u.n - .e aa
boo"tuty tw.. or thrt.' srars iii thi. pare-h sail State ..- FEn
gin."r., in puiru'.i op. anl r..p:tiring~ all hiii.!..f lt.rIliin."r,.
lEuiguoe. Sug ar Mill.. Sain Mill1., r.'., a1nil rriii.,g rri.l.~
Hr. nodr..I it, the j..mtriiag." ..f thi" I'. ..,tr~ii.l'
il,.,t he rciii ri imk.r ,..,t..fa. tiuu to, all wli .ioaý patr.itutle
buln.
IiHi alill ii". frirui-h an-I srx-nte planne and dr;ao unto
rift . rllc.
Hayt, g..-'iojirt. I arrang.-ii n i .at .ruih Me* r.. h11aml..
ruox &t.' .".. r.a.p.r i- vor, that lIrge nog. i-m. p»triot
mtnnfa."tur na, t I, iiyiirp; 1li FnJu·t y. Markin.' aun~l
Ivttrtdip" \\ arks, t'uu urr ~f liar-.1 tumi \Vachingtun Strr. t.
lL,auisv lr, K -u"". 1, ' urrn ra br ab'r, a Hnt th." low.-,t
rate-a,'andlI jion tu.aIlli" t, tirtii-h aod rintrart fir
b~illowing:
TUPl'ER'S PA'l NT FUI!NAI;I: lihAT& BIAILS.
For Stiauliona." Steaaiaaili.- L.-einuitivr-, +tat notarv
1"urnaces., tie. E~iaranniril to tlfftrh a large -,wring 'it
foci; iiut tiin arl.i.r ..r~ing; t.. jI»i-..i. ildulrablity mtliv
diotbt.limihat ..f a set if lhrb.-t luItraight Irarn: aul thieji
lierfi.rtt a.Ialitabl.ty fir burnitng ibat sri-i and iiunt, a'
well anr .ni-'k. ia-ar diit. tani bark, cii-.. andi -air- fr-om t.'
I.. .hti perreiil in fue"l. A ro uiw ii nut byi the I. S. Mail
ttoiai- betw.i-n Louiini-vili and'inEloinnali. anid the"y re$.ort
-aicaing mi fair! of $:Itt p."r nuiimil for rash luiau by tbnt
iteof .1 iii :aai.-.
Sole Agents For the Sollh mnnd West.
ST1L'AlMI)AT U-N(. IN hE..
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES
Of all Sles and Patterns.
POiTU.\I;IA; `I'1.LM 1NI INIS
On Wlagons or rnrames, as may Ibe Desired.
P--a3E L.M O It- E It
Of all Klads and bizes.
CIRCI'ITLA SAW\V IILLS
Cirealas Saws from Twelve to Sixty laseh
in Diameter.
MILiL MIACII ILNiLtY,
Cast and Wrought Iron Screw Pipes.
FORCING AND LIFT PUMPS
Of Varleus Klads sad slues.
\VI1F. 'I' VIA)I'RIN H MILS.
Corn Mills fhom Eighteen to Thirty-Six
Inches Diameter.
SOROH4JM SUGAR MILLS,
ANI) SIJ4 AIt I EVA.\PO()IYATOIS.
M*c:(;ElR(.E'8 PATENT SHIIINGILE MILILS
BUCKEYE SAWING MACHINE
For 'utIlnug Coro Woo.I, ,Shiukgi ,. B l'cks, etc.
STEAM )(OCT.R..S.
('r I'uups fo,r Solpplymg Iloilrr. or other ver,,l" u·irt
pressure. or ,,therwise, for Fire Engines, or
Railway Stations.
Or Deep Well and Force Pump.
T~iaa 'nip rcan hr w..at with the gtoatast [email protected] aim "
Fire Engine. No Hold. Factory, Sugar Hoe-s ".r
1)Uwlling bl,.nldt be wtthont one'. It i. ntort"
safe and bctt r thau .,ny Toon EnLgine
or In.uranncc Office.
( (ARA 's \11""1 1 .. 1.)\. I ilt A~.I, lit,- FNo..oY
'IILL1I(A111 Wi rI t I 'ii1lls 'OWIR It tlill
Many tilher anti lea and MarIaanrs tln o nue.-.g I.
T. lil t " ta ti.1 % Hil 1.1 II T l: C I tlt(:º) -.
I7hev ate..oI' Itre , I wh"y "I wroughnat iro,, taloI ,
plan whirl. c tr·lml.l 1- Irirtnt lo itr, neat .", ernn"'.n t. "I
eadhjl tv.ail.'tr,"..gtl. lbh. at *.'ar . oo, nacu'l lhr..."t..m
t..tm~rttral In.c..crioh.-e,, thryiny tian Ie t iniahtot sri
1...t al, for atnt thr - ..met I'ri.'e Ho iir'lbtea.. w.. I...n
I '.ll*Ig.; aore I..r o.tr.n~"r, hanstolampr and nlino"t in"1,."
-ttre.t.ahl",l'. "on 'I Iw. I'l."aae.t to. rrreiie" a~.lierta-.",u" ui,
trots comtsi. atoNa'r. tnoda ti er. ealahing tg'-td Iri.1e,.
K.u'vl.a..,x A t'o ar. th." ."t.1" ssstattart.,.rn i1rlIto'
%C.",1 aoti Me.'til' h.ta' built 't'trin: the last vt-sr. tlo;'.)
Irot lt'ai't-. tat K. ntto"kv. tll.-lti.in. 3lI-at..i1.pt sn~t other
't.,tea, nMt Ilair." n..e ui cr'..tca.t t.. tImid a targ"' Ir.,,
I..lgcIn:.~ i~'lat th 1.otltatlltl.R..a"r l'ras'.. atel t .work.:
lirirlgr.. it, . K t. Ly alan.. a.. now in lbt,., t'emro l. ott
('iraltralar.. r tat-i- n ilh 1a ,, 'rc."r ether iaefomas..Iin
ieeeirhrtaa.i a..1.g'hi. .ti'.a br.''t I *.wi tI , fo 1th.' or ".the,
to. Jttlls I'. WALTl:It', Aaeet,
Aug. It-7ttit ra-iara r. La
Jamf "1 .1. Ci rehaus,
bOOKSELLER aD STATIONEK,
5 J ('auna Zit. New Orluanai
pI.o·e. for :' ..ent.. Iy Cult) , horn., M..rnrrr lande,
T*-.a.. Miltt... S.u.tt. r.*n nv:,...n r.tnal"lte. for :lrn
thete bo..'k, are Iprintel in rt.'nr hpr, on guood 1.e1*. and
u.,we oftiet., are ills,-terte.l. Any o.f ihe aab.a. bv ll bie
waildC on re*eipt of prCie J e..nta. Family R len. from
t~ '! tV "9, ill, piace. for pb..toilrapl..,
Prayer b".oka, Pteetatt ar.d t'atbolie. in all 4tl."a of
10(011,d.u aod all prier.;- Web.tur'a ant Wo.rn--ter': Ih,.
marie. "new qnarl.. tha l rb. I:trt4..n~ti loa. .etlei.l atlak
o.f medliral books in SNew )rl.-.,,.. at XN.fll.rr . prier:, a
very b rg. at.o k of are il and mia.e-fne.- u hlook..
" a. "1·I ;· :1.." Ian:. .I h " I,,..,, i. C~. I ý . t I· 1.a·th.
.....1 pt...a11- .n.... ... : .r. 1·.1 -I ..· ..n .doe or11rr1
h1at to a.,t- tw tLy..ar l a f..r -t:. i;,hju,,.e or job print.
ins will be faithfniy pe~rformaed. way11 ly

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