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Marck is the math fbr actie spring pr decning. No time should be Igat in putting the grould in bomplete order. This wek shouMolhve been done earlier, bat mey could "9ot get labor in asmo. La the menU of March, gandeners in the latitde of St. M~ar ay plit, ewiteu splt. dci, follows : Lim,, p au pal. hae`m .ahs cgg-pint, tomato, mastard, radish, paul.i, sage, j~ asb, onember, nuatmeg imlels, water-mud, pepper, beet, oes, lsSue, c a i agl Eglish pea. Lii- a m sie sldcl mt be,, plat.ed be. fore the middle of March, and it is always best tpla:. them soon after a rain. If pilaL .'just before a rain that happens to last a day or two, they ars pread sure to rot. If there is not a trellis oa an arbor a·eady -ajde fit the beans to run upon, usst arng lIes in thegrou.nd, propel taee apart, ae a hill arond each pole, plat about fve beans in each hill, one a ada ami when the piasi ase up. and strong, thin out three. As Lima beans eneec pautting out leaves early in the season, and. catinue to do so til. fot, they deserve a little special care. Onions maycontinne to be set in beds from seeds pleased last dull, also oRion aet may be phltl Gairlies, leeks aad easba lots pjay pleated English peas should have beens plated car ier, but they may do well planted i March. Irish potatoes may still be pleated, though !y have been planted early in Feb ruary. lottae., beet plats aad embLmge plants, if large enough, should be tmes planted. fate varietis of BuaL pem should be planted at eoee. Early varidet may be planted is moeath and next. A top dreiag of ashes, just before hoeing or hilling pes the uIt time, will incsease their prodatieusss and their grulth. Weed ashesipt a dry plae are an excellea t fertlia fi al v ealh s growm for their s idsr th podb--h s peas, etc lst ten wou.'f . bet mme for asrksmbe, * melons, *ua oren For Cabbag, , beet, etc., thebs is nothing better than well rotted, br d ard re In eisfr min.secs the sur fae h td b erostgiy peeried, and all thae lunper raked wisth a Sie rake It i useless to soy !oeth mutg es of te b awegs sir a P -y • v ebe *anhealh ar d dh o nthe.. .lo,,ed to gxr, to " ?od nai, to be ..ra ! *=& ***ny ·e ,.rSmCa s . ,... Thrwaway allot the weak asd sily and vageme. JUint Tarns AN1rnway. Png.- itui I iý s p` is to truigs iP4,u.ý= h at - dm £o formed a4 lie ki db. * iI.. m~~h~ ~l~l ýaelsaýMUrs~ t iW St~&m If-ebaosaela et ms cubs..u bbrnSit~i roes, ; Stim. s i be u.4u or twe _ are c *. .. -tera !+ h~L met mqe Ae -s shem, it ti h a a -b hIsEbmpppama ~rr O~iol 6r r_ýiwiiti rs ins. lre ,paec~loa, s It e 4..j s miQ~ld lib r}*#sbmI A .N salsi ll~s~sui~~~~r~ L ~~B~F.-~ tipiLiiLI~I~~ I·.-.^ L.c". e ms ist Whlbe to e gbow i due Isesorn Chig.---ýMltigs from re bhues, , q Su %pms at" sic.. -. betamiandm pY in Jai~r, 1as they waim headum.ber aeler in . at I t arCts ud atrei aree ieruie. let esths tr r , mellw Msen imei ne two below d toed,,last yeari o i mostathd., may be a hel asse tihe grend, thea a tima . tesm mnaleed. C r are apt to saer in the April sJ~t if not n ere.lly mulched, and some LAyie.Pseps.g by layers is much sier than by eU.ins. Scoop out a hol in the earth under a vine, three inches dee and fasten partd a growing vime to the hot to., i the earth on it upon a rleve with the surface around. Thi, will take root by the next winter, when the vine may e aseparated os the e next to the mother root, and the new re and lise transplanted in anmas r Ida Irema e buebese shrubs of any kind may be made in the sate mhanner. Graming.May be done in February or Marde, and eves later, from- grafb just eat from the tree, or prepared in fall and kept is a damp, oat place. The best grating wax is made of three oeuaod teallw, fve of beeswax, and eight of mein, melted tgether and worked like u armass mcady. Budding is done when the tark slips, from June to October. Pruming-It is time to prune grape vines after the sp ommas running. Poaches, age pears, plums, quinces, etc., may be praed iy time beroe thei bd swells; but weml.eieve this is the best mouth for the mrk - I. pmig a fr or ani oraer ental tees, eaLbask all straggling branches, have ao eye to the symmatry f the tree, cut out speaous branches where they are too thist, and ot a oM and nabrifty decajing iep-hes. Yeusgteess sholdd be so trim m at it willnot be neessary to sawof ha basi-se hs.aAer years. It is a good S.witsh me &it trees from year to year, to ec bhsk eaec winter or spring, one-half d tlfs previous years growth. !uit leaves and branches want air and rood, ead where they are crowded the pruno iag . d lest in snshine and a+r. The foduwig tmbe shows the proper dis taa ofgem vepgstabhs between rows, or betkese hilier pleats i a row : apas. betwuem Space between runa. bilk .rpplets. oa.1e........... .......t aac. Lmk ....................14 .. 8 .. -----, ............ ..... .. - .. Shea' ts.'. ..... 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Ye three etabise To make her take her Valestine hl Any two apples are aiiko if they are pared. a ave a snake !' is the r ei Francisco ATAX •lls - in a In a two column editorial the sneakin why who edits that lying, losendiary sheet, ke reqd it. every human being carriese his li' in his face, and is good looking or the re I verse, as that life has been goodor evil. r A married lady in Mobile bent a valentine Sto a ridow, which is described as having bieu not only in.itating, but deciedly ob scee. Proof wass asend upon tee s.nder. e and a ae of $500 was the result. A Paris street scene : "Dear lady." said r a child while exposing a toy for sale, "buy r t this." "What is its prise 1" "Judge yourself, madame; I haveteaten nothing to t di," This is dramatio enough to make the fortune of three English dramas of the pe e riod. t The agitatien of the uc"stion of cheap living has produced an epistle from a Pitt brgher, who asserts that he has lived lusu riously is an aristocratic quarter of that city ince 1846 on an inoome of $1.350. out of which he has laid up over $25,000. A little three-year old told a Memphis re-; porter that she was oing with Charley, her B sweetheart, to churbo, and that they would t ride a goat. "But what will you do with theb t when you get there ?" asked the reported ".Hwill keep still, antd 1 mamma's cologne bottle." A'few days ago a mas4eatried a challenge I r to mortal combat to a Jacktrnvolle, Org, brewer, who, as soon as he read the mes . turned to and whipped the bearer in a ro4 sad tmble fght sad them asked :e "May be some more of dem ants to make f droi aes mit me." A minister at-a oolored wedding. who wished to be humores, said : "O each oecasions it is customary to kiss the bride, Sbat in this we.will omit it." To which n. gallea remark the bridegroom pertinently replied; "On och seessios it is eato I maryto pay the minister ten dollars, but I. I thisoase we will omit It." A married lady complained that her hus bad had ill-sled her. Her father bearing a 'it, bnaed her ear. "Tell him,' said the father, "that if he beats my dasghter. I will bean his wife.' Rather a pleaqat prospect for the lady. Ceaveraties ins a W atore.-Po lit. blerk--"Ca I . ytbla ele, to-day !" LugoN u-- o,u I reeoh pot. I my wife lat and I feel Good spe of hrues, too." As Iowa merq, t' aeia, Who re " say that you hod ,i ' p!erfeetyry ng B, gaif yo Sad ppigt , sl om tem aed try it s io wl - ldetice ately.' to . ' teacher in a IIundred miles free Agut Kav oi the word "duoka rist' ith. eige exerelis, and thea asked ere ot t ppls toalve th de'Matim ofthe . ,whod, he ae -Does , It mr , a Brat el. t seekw playerV ' 'e* siyd the Viled Wemes, is Siam. is aity amhbeag aim themsd lhaba t aIlefwbomsre womes. Orne those -a-e thee mas eumselsud v , s d the r4dlr are their usnia. Wesle bM jewelsea meeaes, sad ine. ena , u atried arlw for w-wa eag wo thCrts.. him tol St*ey- asvel metho. mt hlbs. had -s betal aCi e i t I toaset ~enrh eaomsmp ssineo ye 4uULr a e . *.ilmei dsrtie of , heird e t Sal.- gh dkmisth&Ig is h e for . tlh 1e1tS na ers . ank eh the.t . iG:;:U&Llad~bW.4--~r Ufbwgim hI¶k~5pgqpgl db agg~bf iT~iiam'~.ame~b~iehet ·b bej : iti 0 s y-+ e 1 4 dhIthei-~rrr. rir l ··IY5.' MACHINERY. Le s ie U estserm uisnwr .Me lIt I The well-known anti iopl ulr Louisville Southern Ssgas Mills have been so!d for the past four years to .-nthera Planters for grinding Southern Cane, and \have, in every instance, given perfect satisfaction. andrsceived the unquallfdled endorsement of the plan Iers. The prices are very low, and a mill making one tnhgphead of nsugar a day selling for 6t1' a large two .begshead mill ouly 6225, and a large size five hogshead fCll for steam costing only tI00. All of the Lourville Southern Sugar Mils will be guaranteed, and if, afte.r a month's trial the purchaser is not satlsied, the lur chase money will be refunded, saw the cost of freight. i drayage and insurances will 'be pail by us. The followr nlag sa specimens of the anmerous indorse.nts, whbkcl, I have been received: r.. in: Nrw Orleans, June 21, 1871. Mr. W. L. uxrhiug: Dear Sir-I have prchas . s .uring the pa.t uyrea, foe my P l ro....'t cto g" to. and e .r new sw of A A -D , forty-one oaf the L.alrille Sugar Mlill:gade: orders rom planters doing betise. with me. These Mills were of various sizes, used for small plan. tatios; some of them for one hogshead a day, others for two and Ae hogsheads of sugar, and they have given eatire satisfactton to my friends who have used them. The four deep Evaporators which you had thade for me by Mr. Segatlin, the past season, in accordance with I a plea I made for you, have produced a cho'ee aetiele of sugar. Mr. Sebastian Herasades of the Parish of La ,ayette, made on one of these evaporators the bhet sugar and molasses of the parish. I need not mention the smallquantity of wood rrqired, as this is well hown. One cord of wood will make one hogshrad of sugar. espeetfully, yours, A. A. MOUTON. The following is a tratilicate fromt one of the best sugarmakers in the country: S I have used for two yers a letter , or No. 6, Louis ville Beathern Sugar Mill, with steam power, bought of W. L. Cashing. Said mill is strog. durable and fully able tM do what is claimed for it, having given me entire sef&etioa, sad I feel semo ai receommending it to planters wautinga gx d, relable sugar mill. P. E, BEAL'VAIS. January, 1, 1871. I pet up one of your letter k'. or No. 6, Louisville Stsm Sugar Mills on the plantation of J. H. Hyasa, ner Alasumadrf. and Ih oue meath toak of IOares of ece with it. I had s.me doubts as to its capacity to take of so large a crop of sugar, but after a few days rnm I was conviaced, apao ezaminatioa of the baggess, that it would do mLm&a what you repse, seuted, and whehthe rse. peeved It made j.uls for the !ar ssis el & Sees. Tnbalar Svapeoater; bothe Mill and the Evaporator was a compete succeeess. 8 . DAVE MPORT, March 31, 1871. The No. , Louisville Steam Sugar MIl, wt eight herse power seagle, and Scanilia Evaporator purahased of yela i I I hre used stae then with perfect sue _sees It Is quite apable of pslging cane for Ave hogs head4otd ugr ia tweaty-ur hours, and I can, with con idmse, recoat end these Evapno, ars to any ese start ing a sugar plantation. PHIL SWIRE. November %, 170. I purchased a Louisville Southern Sugar Mill of the sepsetty if fve hogeheads, weh has been unod uear Templeo. grilding the large, hard cane of that country, ahes e ade nearly six hogheads of sugar i twenty. ear hear L. E. 8ANAMAB. Mavng made arrangements for large stock of the i Leeleville Se.thern Mills, all orders will be promptly P W. L. CU'SHING. 61 St Charles Street. U AEA;LE SL'CAR MILLS. I Is 'It a d Thee. EIteL have beas sold Ike past 1w years *ad not da shaid, nor a breakae Ia amy i The stock ny crke reduced. the Mills now eo hamd swW -mat t e ass. low priesaslastsason. ý" Y. L CUSHWOo 61 St. Uhaule threat. STIRD*A'S SUGAR MILL, a, i. -eta w SUGAR KETTLES, M Sh - K. - . I `.umrer p ýr sh aim wan si Brass MILLS a NemblAg ha leadee hageebý a y i s i with di. 1 peu, q' weeks 4kie a9~h at1 lle.4 bt wiM be an1pak hsa -, 1MI, hr y re ill '- '" brlPl ~ arI sal~ ~ ~ tad -s~ ofbNi i SJrr~aaa 3eeaag at aar~-i ý LY I. ar~w MsUr., fssins s i t 1ale t4.1a 4 ts r klsa it ver . ý. &;~a~~r Co., Sole Aral, Ul i. CaLat. na* If ~dAhrir6·(eief 'TI ' ýa ýrarri~tasitb t ur W. +ýý'ý ýwIesa 1l* saes om mo~ stl sia PJertem, lass to every Ibeaee prewet as ails.. IM aigrr i. Ueasaeiae of A. kI IJe1eq ~yoae ea 41 eed will aske a 7tetYIieYrLa . ' l ^:r. IUý l hmilK ilaasha slr r· ""----T whmwaaz a P ed re iabse Hire PFer 1 ' * ·rwa bilu 41m uar bepC we aeS~Le4~ be 105 Mtei, wammae a mialke re I' ade hiýma etttSaS t t4r1 j ]sit Wbelwl me te _ r hs ~l~rtarlalrrto - .5 w -. .-ý. ý :.co.Y 1 'Z° BROOK'S a tA*? PIsOCIOH Q P1MC4 4b~ym IIFSI@3St sl at r .rVs.easm.a l., I k w5 ts~sa W . L.IJ* , Bela A .si. 5. - U ý*' aeilm fre be· a let ~b. ·glrn Betr muma aSt abe y~nmeely Ui h ea peepeewt The following is the certificate of cotton factors a n. terehants of thiscityof high respectability and standl I the undersigned, purchased last season the Brooks Revolving Cotton Screw Press for our customers in the the Country, ad so far as we have heard they have gives entire satisfaction: MOnE8 GREENWOOD & SON. WARREN, CRAWFORD & CO, C. L. WA LMSLY & CO. IRBY McDANIEL, FRANCKE , DANNEEL. CAMPBELL & STRONG. CLAPP BROS. & CO., E. F. GOLSAN & CO., R. L. WALKER, VIOLETT', BLACK & CU . BLOCK BROTHERS, WRIGHT, ALLEN & C(o. Net Orlea,'.. l.a., November, 1840 At the recent State Fair in Texas, the ltro,,k Press took the premium as the best Cotton. Press mate. Considering the quality of this press its d:r;(bility. andute material of which it is made,there can be n,,. dtit about its belngby far the cheapest Press, at the price. that is now offered to the public. The owners of the Brooks Patent Cotton Pre..s hxtviptg appointed W. L Cushing, No. 61 St. Charles Stre. t, Sas their exclusive agent, the public are notifled that these Presses can be o.btained In New Orlens at :,Le Eagle Cotton Gin Depot. t IMPROVED E.AGLI COTTON GIN. Thi greamit denatld .for the eSebtrated Elagle ,u.I last season ehaused th* large stock on sale. anu over two hundred customers were unable to get their w.atl; supplied. In order to prevent disappoiutment hi.bi -a son. the Eagle Gin Company have put on a large force of workmen, and intend to keep a heavy stock of Gin.l on hand at their New Orleans depot. Planters can rely upon having all their orders promptly filled by address ing W. L. Cushing, No.61 St. Charles °treet, New (r- I leans. The prices for the year 1t71 are fixed at *. :a saw. STEDMAN'S NEWELL COTTON .SCIIt'. "he improved Newell's Cotton Screw are nadle by Stedman a Co., are the very best Presses known for large planters. They will wear a lifetime. and have never failed to give perfect satisfaction' Prices have been much reduced. The State Fair has jus awarded Stedman'e Imperial Newell Cotton Screw the first 1pize. Agents wanted. W. L. CSHING, iii St. Charles Street STRAI't I QUEEN OF THE SOUTH CORN MILL't These well-known standard mills are for sale at the Southern Agency No. 61, St. Charles Street. Send for cireolars. ABdress W. L. CUSHING. LANE & BODLE I , SOUTU.URNl lACHEhNRY DEPOT. t"o. 61 St. Chates.Street, sesasrof Uione'Street. LANE & BODLEY. II Ii _ IMCIN NNATIQ Lane st todloy's Stata Engines, Boiler. Sawrmills Lath and Sbngle Maehine., Shaftinlg, Hangers, ad uld. be lays, Spoke, Hub sad Wheel Machinery, Llft and Force Jy Pampa, WooedWorkin Machinery Manufactared by Lae & JBedly, dof Cinelnnati. Stramb's Q.een et the .8eth Cora Mills. Waiter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machine.. ltedma Cosas Improved Draiaag Machines. Stedmaan. A Co.'s Barrel and Stave Machinery. R. leo's Celebrated laserted Tooth Saws. WeedWodogh & MParlin's Saws, Saw Mandrel. and Saw unmmers Dole' Saw Gammers. Utica Steam Geage: the Floreee Sewing Machines; Turbine Water W.eds, manufaetnred by Niles Works; all kinds of Iron ork Machinery Manufactured by Siles Tool Works; Ye* & Shoemaker's Gold Medal Threshing Machines: Fuller& Porde Shlage tarve Maealnery. Ahpl Uf·f q uyf+ ýa onr o aan LOWEST PBICES. Thee manufacturers are all known as the most re saposalble estabiishmet In the ontry, making only S.uet.u m.chiaery,which is old under a fall guarantee. The reemt heavy reducties in prices of Machinery leaves to the MaanfUcine hut very small prodts,whieh will ot warrat inking any risk. All saes are made for cash, or, good city acceptance, with eruest addeden ain days' time. ut o rders from the country will be filled unless the c .c ieeepktage aoempanies the order. gen In.to alell h a eounut are wuated, to whm liberal commissions will be give on o all ash ales. WM. L. CSSHInG, - 1 St. Charles Street, Cot. Union Street, Six doors South of St. Charles Hotel. July , '71, ly. 'H . a. . 14c5 *o. Dealer Ia MACHINERY And Improved A s5 ICULTaL,, IMPLimgr Ts. Na. , Peedilo teest, Mew Orleaus. - beureAgjts for Nerwak Portable ges ewmrwal itationary En ghe Earl's 8St Ppep, (relar Saw Mills; Cole man's On sa Wheat MD.l i. Ne i Cbtlrw+ s rWeehit ras maser Lo.a's Patent Shigle MaeAAe;) Eat's Palest Shin. Sgin s Maser Geet Meal t Ceh ce.ase ts elley '; sang Pima Is g a Southern Corn PlEgser Stna e- s h'Sa&ty em( a tr, Iermr CanlM Ceoo1 h' Sar a:a re c Prhues, sme Stn.le hShaers, a Be Oa.e Mwi Maehln; Ball's Ohio Reapin t- M- mt 7fl1-tf I NEW ORLEANS CARDS. " .ý'ýlw orless.PI Drpb AGilCcLr.a tZM JiZMENT& f byNi . Ii Pinddo Stlete Ball's Phaen ea; r la s rlls .~rs , vapmeor sores aND CMLBIZr N, CLorumrO S. W t UCaal mea a.. Charles. ýcofttNaicroa coiND lafriNN IonazRCzatT A . lamaeL e . - I r re, Irr tad t O gg Clsi , Ch sT s Jasan.a i ~ ý l - Wee. >a 11e ansd.Wtatrer , anbve Poyda.g ORLIN$ LIIIMARy1* CANAL 5lTEE. CI_ RrsLe.iere .r.d e - y. e Deag Me sambrr. -all AND M1aSF. .... (Ptrwn 5 1 N." Lives, CsaMM Caser WeheesgCe. Aent, N b eeds, a weaste, ne CeWal eAMrNur as chyle. a COSSeSMA 1 UIelt I anMtnMr Iead b Ste 1w Maea. Sanitary bo cr arllelU NaUbh . buSiepar ir Iam ., isk t, Pnath as he me 1 7t sh....1+wtle. Yim he N ta Slbta 'gewg he peat e OthaeN. alea.t Lois oae rss. Agest, =!a8s seens Ua nt . h' FOR . -. InI't 'l'F re i 7: :cr rofus a h "'. ,w-here, the ýitllyel "t 't"e.'l niatnratc.i w-ith o ':ii- t r t:tti n tl, La/e Leins i ",ht tiiI :n1 i enred by it. -", r,,:'uful, , - :o , ]ion a lnd tli- ornl-r\-,hit hwiereag .. j "ravste! byL tGe? ecrotf. S,,"- , re:taatninatlon until they were p'inftlly n:l' ting, have beeIn radically cured inll lth .rt i:,lbel-r i: ,~it,- every se e tion of the c.llntry,that ite piblic .reliiyt need to be inf.r tl'I ,,tf it. s irtu .ih or v.C O. " rotido:iO I.. i-,-n i- one !.f th,. htoot de ntructive t enemie" of our ra.e. t ilc_,, t(i- I CaePn and unfelt tenant of tl.,,rra. uo-n al-v.riin'n. <:he.r ,onetitution, andini:- th attakn-k i.fr llinm or at11aldiseasns, without tx\'iting iin -t- ! i.do. o: it Ipre'-ence. Again g it ýeem11 t s reed ii ; till tlhru,, h, .t;t the body,0nd then, on ahlone r1v~, f-o, Ihe nroi.,n r la:illy develop t into onle r other (1t ; l.mt ain, either on the surface o- :i.:or;: :::l it:: . In the latter, tuber. cles nol "ey i 11.!'-': . i . ]-.-itt.Il in the lungs or heart, or tml.olr- frl , I the Ilver, or it shoas Cits pres.:tr" it e rulti, n n the skin,o: foul ulcer ations on .h:e l~ irt the lady. Hene e the ,cea sional use i s t o :,dlh of tlis ;arnaparilla is ad visablc, eC c' t is hen i1. live .ylmptoms of ditease Sappear. l'er-.n l' Liel o ;th the folloing com plants gen.rally lnd immediate relief, and, at le.gth, cet, ,v th i-, of this .N4tA Ai'"ARIL Lo: t.f lrthltng's hire. iRose or Ferysipeas, Tetter, Salt Ilcheimn. Scald Head, Rinrores.., Bhore Eyles. aorn. Ears, nlil other eruptions or visib, fle form. f Nrol'.rlou s disea e. Also in the more eonca::led fr~io, a- DIyspeplsia, Dropssy, , Hearnt Disease. " its, EpilepsyL, hewral(Fia, and the varion In .rns a:ffectons of the mnstau. lar and n ervall. tent. ,Syphilis or rr·eure.' and JYercurtal Diseases are cured by it, tho:ugh a long time is required for sub.uing thee l.-ti:ate n:l:,.Ue, byanymedicine. But long continue.l ue of this medicine will cure the complaint. .L.yeorra"s.or Whr , Uterine monly soon relieved and ultimately cured by its purifying and in igratis ng effct. Minute Direc tions for each case are found in our Almanac, msup plied gratis. JMRhumatism and ewst, when caused by aecnumulations of extraneous matters In the blood, yield q kly to it, as also aer Complaints,, Torpidit Coqest or1nlesct. matoon of the Lircr, and Jwdiee, when araising, as they often do, from the rankling poisons in the blood. This BARRAPARILLA is a great re storer for the strenigth and vigor of the system. Those who are Langrid and Listless, efpo tent, leeplress, and troubled with 3retsers Ap prehelsions or Fears, r any of the aeections artmptomatic of Weakf ess, wll thi Immediate relief anid convincing evidence of its restorative power upon trial. PREPARED BL Dr. .. c. Aram * CO , xewasf, maaM., Pretifc ti and Ansaltieosl Chenetss. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVRTI WHERE For ..tie by JAN. A. LEE, draggist. New Ieri......M.rh .1, It71.-n248, ly. . r' O. t ]a gar nyaed Ct o. NEW a1e t.rEAN, December'Jth, 171. Tihe Boarl lf Director of this company have adpted the f.ollowing T.ARIPl OF CHAIIIESI 1 to. t.tke cdct on and after the 1th Inst : 1101.S IIEADS. No. 1. Fir.: -,,.rage for an mallmited time ................................ r t'l per lL.h n. 2. Storage on Sougar chanling Mands under the Sheis, ou each trser.... 15 cents per bhld No. 3. For removal frm any point of Steamboat L anding to the Sheds.... 30cents per hhd No. 5. When factorrsgive generatorders to place their e ansignments under the sheds. (t!.!s includes storage).... a0 cents per hhd hNo 5. Labor ......... .... ..... 15 cents per hhd BARRELS. No. 1. First storage for an unlimited time ...... (-...............b -....... 1 cents per bbl No. a For removal frota any part of steamboe t landinghe ........ 10 hantr per lbt No . 3 Whert fator. give genreal orders C to place their consignments ander the tl sheds (th8iclndes drayba) ....... 20 ents per blD seo. 4. Storae on barrels chuanig hands nnder the sheds, on each transfer ................... . . .... eal per bl p otorage per month, commencing aftier d transfer............. p. ........... eS per bbl No. L. Half-bards; half rate; keg a same as half-barrels ............ o charges made haon day transfer..... No sample dalowed Ito be taken. erx nept by theoeners or beir emdloyes. -M trm xifbr of bm-e.tintr -llfl Jt-s,-. rels or keL. Is prohibited.......-..... -o. 6. Labor,.......------------------... S cas per bli ........ -(ha-barrl- .... I waa- s reaotved that all sagar and mu"lasues oeat in the sheds by the Wharinger will, underno eircumtstnet. i whatever, be delivered witheal anorder from the Wlhrf inger and the charges prepaid, nd that all bill. of this company m.s be pail on presenfatieon. marl 7 lly G. CUCULLU'. Seetasry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £SrAILa/,I PN w w Rice Bros. k Co. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIG HARDWARE. e Ofile vnd Salesreen 89t ad 91 Camp St. New Orleans. r Sole agents for the famous CHARTER OAK Cask. Say toves. Say 10, 1871.-ly. Dapluassier 4 Bude, cCOMMISSxION n IRCIIANr FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. O 50 DECATt'1, ST. New Ozsane. Oct.1, ew Orleans. e. SAIrSOn. oI. Ag0. Sauhspso Brhtwers. (Late C. C. Sampsona. FURNITURi.C AND CHALR. 33 ad4 36 Royal treet, NEW ORLEANS. Aprl.7 i PRTCE, IIINE . TUPPER, GENERAL COMMISSION MF$IANTS, No. 26 Carondelet ltreet.New Orleans. T. TUPPER & SONS, IUPPER a BDIATTIE Charleston. 8. t. New York. Liberaladvances made on tc o st t k a New Orlesas, Nov. 186. b. RAxIE ROOrs FOB.sALi The sabacriber offers for sale RAMIE ROOTS, freah dgandia flue order for platangat e 5 thasaud Root, delivered in New Iberia, or at the field whee I ha eleven eres of the growing plant, our miles from Apply at the PtLaraTs' arait Oiee. er at the residence of the snubsriber. F. T DELACROIX NItw InIlF A, Ii., Ag.:;rd, 1871 tf. A. B. GRIsW(D & CO. OGNiER CANAL AND RO YAL ts. NEW ORLL ItN . arorgTIeH or. IRIoaeme Wg Fime WatfC..t Eooati. 5y 9s ,eyo Oatlery, Gun sadnd hi lanufaetuaers OFFURE COIN 8ILVERWAJRR. Prices article fully gumnateed LU a ....R. . ........... l.U i U iU T ul abe have now a god spply of leg, eo and an ar prepared to til all blla far. awel,.atmh amwmil bel'ow Centrel. bpr nye , and a ewent market rates. , n a ta.veil, Ln--easm (. O. WALKE R .rew Fatec a . 1 P.RANKLIW, LOIISIANA, --sEPrr n. PIHIAJuL SAXON. We Lave recently opeud a Feed Store, and will keep I aostantly o hand Corn, Oats, ran, Hay, O11 C'ake etc,, which will be sold cheap fr eabI Call at Pharrd 4.'ax.'m .ivery Sbable Mats; reet ianmu ty PHARR & SAXO.. ýIEOLUS LARI1. NEos UCARDS. 2N. " 2,.1 and I -M Ibsront i~t COPj'Er:. n;:ASS.. ll)N AND ,SHEET IRON 1 WOKE. ICout (I . It.t.LS ANi H' tIRM- MEASI RE, ETc. BRANs YIE, ND'EI-. 'I.~lI.IEi; , \ND PATTERM tAfKERtt Deaklr., i it.. - , c -aie.t ahll. Water, Wrought Iron l'ip. an' r t. .. ,2, .. lard o. Tube and Fit i ugs. Woesward. s:r:u, PI:un'. l'il.u a Patent team, Gc-neratr, 4"::, rial :' ' '.. Nuts and Walhoer,, I' ak. r' ;..o I i.hol."s Ratchets, l'atent Def-'. rntialI ['u l-v'..Dndgeon', Tl'nl- E' "',r.itt lr.r Lcomo tive Jack Screws. Stem :oil Water (;uages on hand and repaired; Frith's patent Wa er Onages, Iron Pipe. Wrought and Galvanized, for Steam. Water, and Gas; Pipe Fittings. Elbows, Trees, Nipples, Bushings, Caps, 'Itrgs, Lock Nuts, Sock ets, Return Bends, Crosses, Union Couplings. etc. LAP WELDED IRON BOILER FLUEdi Steam and Gas Fitters tools; Screw Plates ad D.is Taps, dies, and Tongues; Patent Adjualable Tongs: Common Pipe Tongs; Getty's Patent Pipe Cutter; Webster's Pipe Catterand Wrench Combined Seasaless Drawn Brass Tubes and Fittings for tlamblag and Water 'Purposes. Brass Work for Steam; Steam Whistles; Oil Cags; Brass Valves; Steam Metal Globe and Angle Valves: Ch.ck Valves; $afety Valves and Weights; Globe Valves, with Flanges. Brass Cocks, Steam Metal, all sorts; Brass Flaaged Cocks. Double and Single-all B1a.es Brass Work for Water; Plain Bibs, Hese Bibb Rough Stops, Hose Couplings, Plain Conpin.gL Water Gauget s for Stationary and Loeooet.e Be. Scotch Glass Tubes; "Eaook Tomey's Ea Asheroft's Blake's and Alien's Steam Ganges, Iron as Brass Cases: Syphons. Salter's Locomotive Spring Balanesa. Wreaehes-Coe's Patent, Lindsay's Patent; B.ate. Adjustable Wrench. Locomotive and Trip Gongs. Dryfusl Patent Glass Lubricators, for Enagines Shafting. Machine Bolts, with Square Head and Nrt-All Sue Bridge and Roof Bolts made to order; W Bl da Wash-rs; Wheel Stirrups nadeetooseDr; Tuorn Buckles, or Swivels fr Hanlk Chain.; Bolt S Ends. TRE PWrrECT LU.RICATOIR P.L OfL abolate and oanequalled parity; mthe mt ne tie o nd Cre for Hot Journa and the ve7 bet .&mi.rciTioao Material in the World Pr etors of Saw-'ills-all who own or n Ma biy in this Country. Planters and Manufacturers, and 1lothers, are invited to calf at our Foundry, notieo our facilities for business in our line, and copre e) ai Swith those of other establishments. East, West Bead for oar price list, DAWIEL s JA*ES D. EWUaagS. Ja1-7lt. " - . . ..... PAUfIp. W'erk'i, I Omdsad as ...D...aarsu e St ....... S* mds New Orloana. I rweeived ay 30. 1.71, at Texas State Pair, TWI BLUEl RI1BON8. and twoe DIPLOMA asthbe. et PIAjO and beet ORGAN madi la the s.men tates. Owlg to my low rateasod smailexpase I ef ssm petidao in qulity, sa priess,-aui am el rtg fie 7 oetavo PIANOs fr 8I10 warrated fr 5 year PHILIP WI*LWN. H. P. BUCKLY, 8 Camp St., New Ordas, WATCHMAKER, ie m a Ikeldryierwe kSgini ALSO . Orv- -a I$ ..............omme. Stmea ........-..... - UIs It. Charles Hotel Block I Ilomrter of HAVAA CIGARS,amd IlHaas Prod.ae and TOBAC(S. HAVAN1A LOTTERY PRIZES CA.SgE . Itatos given to those who wish to purceis6 Ha Q V GSANUUMAM HlU<L. be aext session of this school will commensce s Milady, September 4th, 1871. Popl will be prepared .MSr to ester colege, or for baisness. 3lM5--Two kundred and sixty dellars for esaus dorIhr 1sti; ive doullrs va k a in ovead UKRRENCL.S. .i D. P. Boyd, Uslvu aty of ho aa : Hea. B. Y. Hle. lesr 8e erviNedsrt of "Nhb liue iosu, Oaems. CLo A.I Tueke, DrO M. aS, J 0. hakeuson, Frsahb, La. Jaly 'I 1 * . B. YAN, PdSt, l l? ........LU PHl lI..---.......OII 4lauotao Cable. manufactsreý in il city an ship. wa a.e sesu ry all Ermed, Sted and eack pisee aih nd m anbe-reldso that a eomaeu hand cns pat tham up without the aid of a carpen.toe We have just added lang Saws to our Mills as ear. rtvr, thu msablag us to use only the best qualty of lauber, especially itech beards In our Cabias. We els a5* large bills t crder as usual. W. W. CARRE & CO., 330 Delord Strect, z ew Orlesa . May 17, 1n71.-ly. WAGON SHOP Near Jesaamearette, La. lhis abep l s ew . eampletoe alr, sal I a aoew pr.pred to sxeetie Hn best msamer and at reasons ble rates all inds of WOOD AND IRON WORK. Orders soleited. Satisfaetion guaranteed. ja/17-72.ly. BEN JOHNSON.