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L -?t n ~tat asw 1 NAZE TTE& SE IIELl Pahlthhed ro rl ! tut:.y, I , W. P BRADBURN. PLAQUEMINlE: Iaturday, September 15, 1 x6. Vhity of the auman lace Dis proved by the Bible. BY DPr. SAMU-t.. A. CARTWRIt;ii. - IFrom DeBow's Review.] [ S'uCLt:ED. ]j Very few peiple in the Southern States at the ,present day, kn.,w that the tribes of negroe.s which make tie best slaves were, before they bhecamne the slaves of the white man, ti., s/,tres of a serpent ; charmed and! lcetritie.l v I the serpent-the wor.l:l,,ers ,of the serpent. But t'harh-v,,ix k!:,'w it :ill Moreau tIe Saint Mi-ry (see his "-lccri:, tion Isle Saint i)omiinte.'" v,. i., pae. 30--Philadellhia, 17,97) knw it, and recorded the fat as above stated; a:nd 45 to 0 pages oift the strnue work will be found to contain a descripti,,n -f t:e snake-worship, and the wonldel'ful charma the serpent exercises ovenr thri. Nearly all the anteCtors of the ne groes now in the LInited States, were the stares of the serpent before ihey bIe came the slaves of 'ihristianl white mfe:l. They worshipped their siak.'-r,:mastr, believed that the serpL.:t -. d w:, all wise, all-powerful, and rery wicked. At the present day, there art- half a millijon of stares of the serpent in I;a1 ti. \ss son as the philanthropic British, to get the indigo culture of HIayti transfe"rrel t-, British India, contrived to rub the iIne groes of their hite r master., th.ey re tuyjed to the worship of the ser;leslut. Soulouque, although callei .muper'., was the abject siave of the' erpent, ltruin so was his wife and all his siulje.ct0.- The serpent, in every iflghl ,.Sorl;,,. governs then Ir, ::iasolurtcel ar,.l tv rannically than any wiic ri.l e.-:r g, verned them. '!e ser,.pent is k'pt is : box, carefully guarded by the cnijrlers. They are thrown into :n e,.t,'ice star't by touching the box or ,oIarillg 'near thes'I serpent, and in that state of Cesta.c. ,r temporary alienation of mini. they snake known the orders of the snake divinity. From 1st3 to It'49, th1! r ders were to kill the mnuilttotes arnd take their property from. them. Aftl'erward. the orders were to re.,ard all the ne groes who could read or write, ,r wore good clothing, as mnulattes, and to ,e treated as mulattoes. For proof eofI these facts, see a work written by lius tan d'Alaux, entitled " 'Emnpereur Su louque," Paris, 1856. The little book, shut up in the nanme of the creature which beguiled Eve, contains an eli tome of the principal distinguishing characteristics of the negro race, recor ded by Charlevoix, in 1131, Moreau de' Saint Mliry, in 1797, and (;ustan d'.Al aux, in 1856, and gives clearer conc'ep- I tions of the negro character than our most experienced planters and overseers have got. We learn from it, that Adam selected his slaves from that portion of the saptesa chAiyah, or inferior races, who had the hardest masters in thle world-the serpents. The people of the United States fo,llowed Adam's example without knowing it, and got their slaves from the serpent-worshippers. The se ventyv-two who translated the hible into Greek, rendered the word Nachash ly Ophiz, a serpent. There were so many meanings to the word, they were puz sled to tell which to choose. Dr. Clarke thought that orang-outang would have been a better choice than serpent, for the name of a black creature, formed like a man, with the gift o(f speech and reason, a great deal of cunning, yet playful and good-natured, walking eret, a sorcerer, and a slave to sometthing that charmed it. If the seventy-two had lived in our day, they would have rendered the word Nachash, as the great IHebrew scholar of the East, but now of the WVest, C. Blanchard Tompson, has rendered it, by the word wegro. We have in the Northwest a tribe of In disas called Snakes. The name was in tended to be significant of some peculi ar trait in their character. Aflter ainkilled his brother, he went into th~d of Nod, inhabited by some one or dre of the inferior races, and took a wife. In process of time, a very general amalgamation of races occar red between the Adamic and the inferi or. That they were black is inferred from the mark they put upon Cain. The hybrids were so exeedingly wicked thatthe Lord determined to destroy them by a Sood. For fifteen hundred years, the Adamic race had approwriated the term rmas sad mseand. exchistvely to it self. IDuih these fifteen hunndred years whenever we see the term meu in our 3nglish translation, we will find Adama in Hebrew. Mr. Jefferson used the term s,;vn the Declaration of Independence, s its original Hebrew sense. There is as word, a a gerie term, mesuing s,n tim C(nhoesta'w language. A Choo taw is a ockaLi, a white mas a a-hoe koo The abolitioe delusion is founded iw.iI the '.'ir I' 1i ~ . rd mea in a generic s ',l e, !d t. i t i it, rt St. '", ilg it to it. lrirn . pl'eitc senllt. But I after a la , part ,t" vie \,hud e: race had lheon c,,rrup'te,| Iv anai, amaztin r with the inferior rac.s,. tice lrii re n !i was used to ie di,-t:e the Aynds. andi the term god to dc-siinate the Pure blool 'd white man. It w:is not intend-i ed to destroy the ty,;cal species of t.e naphesh chaiy:ah. 'Ir t wr, svvd inI the ark, un.d r the el..--la:tiu of C iri , t creatures. The tlprlll ilin ,r tllL::,id i was n. t applied t th,':. It is r, p'at rllv said, in th,- 'iT, H", that !l:in i-. the I lr 'atrher " ('.i tl:i':. i- +li er is vi-rt i l'a h1,,li,,s a pll Ty it t, " E. L ' , ,g a ,r r flather ai ngl i ag: hea, I r, n. h1'n. t r.' r" for ,,v.rseer , , th ' N .:w'ha r e,',., d,. is,'ti't d i n N,,ah - h,, 'l:"\ ' . i Ihp't'Iiir were l'our trile I r ixT .i- ! es under r li ' Sdirct "i. + I'u-h, . ir:ltim. Ilhut a:-l 'a n:.1n. c. -TtI. tle. s .ii " ll:, im . It : t vihent that. ltan w«":1 n.t t'air natural, Sather, ,r thvy itls, i ":r'l cthil' ien. I - of the fiur :nec: , s or r' e S',' u wuih 11-1u Iad char'eo, ;,1 th. ark, l l, o',! ,d t'' thei Nacash , r .nake-w.v o hi'i.d ini rt'e, I ex,:fpt ' anntliU. .al iw dI we ki. w that tlilina, .1: a N ' h:,.ha? Twe-,,ty yvers ago,. I l !it a :l paleir enti:ied "4'atit.an id.'ntitled in :h'th Ethiopiain." Tihe i'-"r"' b' , irtugh, ' frl' the I ;il t('acst into A e,, ri:i , atd tlier de.-etnd urts, I studtite in the ct:,n atid c, l ti-,i, ian ckne-', .t:l in h,::.hh. lder, • nd nsteris taed had, i,,l ar t mte d.ts et'lting ta l,. al 1Wiiat 1 thuns learel in the lak of Nature, I found. t, iyv gre.at Vrlurpr-e, ha,! been revealled ini're than live tnihu sunl years plreIvi u-ly in the tibrew Bibhle. I dii-',.m red tIhe.v hald mn~ r.e setits for behiln4 11 "',a l, a-s otheir p,. pile have : thcit 1 .1 t :ty, mak ,s thi I liseralhle instead r oft hat p ; t it t l:t" sub:lit thelri-, IsV i to lr -avrv : sell reo a. ,th3 r i nt slatitv' rv; :lri pot ite ctdcl l v a law of their in:ture, like tmule, agin-it iheini overw iked' l i: that Cloy were s1ave.s ihi iThndi, ,r sla ve lv. nature. All- f wh'h icti :roe pl:hinly cxpreoed in th,.so Hebrew wt,. wh , h relat- to t the N.a'haui. to I'an ian and his descet-i das. Thuis We, flud onei tribe of the Canthanniteis. thie ( ;tlelit, selling tlheliselve int,o lavery, anli vet pnrac ticitini the de'iletio ins of the Nachash to induce the Jews to buy them, as they still do, on the Gold Coast That Ca naan and the Nachash are the same, is proved by the fact that all thile best slaves-thotse which cannot tbe lltlnee:i foom their masters, which require no military force to keep them in sul je-' tion. no priso n't to ie,!l tel-ise, or :cha ns to bind them--crnle fr om thile tribes in Africa that worship the serpent, are slaves of the serpent, and are charmed vby that reptile. They have all ot I their heads thrown back on tih atlas. They are all kaoe benders. literally and metaphorically, knee-benders in mind and body. None :f them can straithton their knees. When at work in the fields, i they do not work ii:.' white pemle their heads heinVg thrown back, their knees bent, their legs b"ewed out, their feet flat, hips thrown upward, their ab domnens are brought parallel with the earth, as if tnovinr over its snrfcp e on their bellies. "Upon thy belly shalt thou go," said Elhim to the Xachish. We have only t,, look at them eating the bread which they prefer to all other kinds of bre"d, the ash cakr, and to wit ness their fondness for the ashes, and eating dust by t'he hsndf#, to see re written upon living nernoes the He brew words, translated, "d..t e4alt taou eat all the days of thy life." The iron I wire muzzle that used to be se, common, fastened and locked around the negro's month and face, to prevent hinm from eating dust, has gone pretty nmoch nuti if u-ie since the Iteuro has been brought more immediately into the light of civilization and Christianity But even yet, they are the only people in the world who are the victims of that peculiar disease called dirt eating. cac hexia Africans, or negro consumption. Long ago I wrote a treatise on it. in the New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal. I proveI it to be a disease of the mind, occurring in consquence of the negro not being properly p.verned, Sand his falling back under the emnire of his indigenons superstition. Hap pily, as foretold, the seed of the woman is bruising the head of the serpent, and Christianity is setting the poor negro free from slavery to his old master the Satanic Nachauh, at present known in Africa and Hayti as king Congo, who in variably seizes upon him and takes him back into barbarism, when released from servitude to the Ad'mic mhan. Liberty is not a question with the negro at all; he caunot form a conception of the thing in the sense the white man understands it The question which has been before all the Churches, so long unsolved, and for 16 years on the minutes cf the Methodist Church, ' What atd Is de n. so destre7 the evil ef diawr?" resolves itself, as far as the African is concerned, into the question, "W'Ak Lqnguage would fail to describe the happy cheage in the aegro's condition, when he passed from the service of his old master, Satan, in the guise of a ser pent, into th:e service of his young mas ter Adam in Paradise. Nor can lun 11age «well deplict the improvement in his condition, tccurring nearly six thousand years after the fall of man,) when he p,a';-ed from the service of King Congo in Africa into the service of the Christian white man in America. It is not that worldly, i mpracticable thing, called Red and Black Republi-I can liil'brty. which the Ministers of t":ist are ca.i'nmissioned to proclaim, but th,, _"1 Id tidings of the Gospel-the r,.denq.ttI it 0f fa:llen tman. including the black pre-Adawit.es in the service of ; -d's ch.selln people in these United Stat1es. lTh'lcr coul not have been a 'reater difference iin favor of the Israel its., when compared to the mongrel gentiles around them, than there is I'. v'Ceen the people of the United States :anit the hybrids of Mexico, Central and South America. The Israelites wre,r, and still are, a chosen people, so are '.e, so are all white mlen of pure bli .1. ThIey' wer' moagenists through I .li v. t,, give to Abranam the credit lie t., Adam. Abraham, like our Wash i.Z:rtil. was called of God to found a g;,at Iatint. Both were white men tad :1h .,lavieholders. The institu tions th.ey foundt: d preserved the purity ,f1 the .Ati:amic or master face, to which f.thy elonged, and prevented amalga iuiatin. with the inferior dark skin races. A:t r tle advent of Christianity. both t'alth lics and Protestants could nIt iellºp noticing the fact that all the nations of the earth, except the Jews, were I'olgrnia.sts, that is, believers in the divet.t.. of the origin of mankind, aind cotiluded that the u;,ity of origin .:+I" bt'ai revealed to, the Hebrews. Ile:- all the- Citiritian nations ad,,pted the i,ctriie tha tht genus homo cin sist-il ,f but onme Suie('s. and that all ,ank.nd sprung fr,, n a single pair. 'I'lcy i i: nit susptect that the unity d gmina had been inve.nted by the Jews th.em-elves, and was nowhere revealed as a truth inh the Htly Scriptures ; but I,, the contrary the plurality or diver sity of ormirin if rmmankind had been ex pressly r.ve'aled in Gd's Word. The B.ble declares that there were pro-Ad ami:es, liut only ill tle lli0il of \Nd, but tma,xt there was an Ophihlian species of ;i'e-Adar;tes by the namine of Nachash, who had the, gift of speech and were more subtle than beasts of the earth, and that one, at least, of these beings w itli hiun.an speech anid intelligence was in Paradis, with Adal;im alnterior to the ftrin.tion f .Eve. Tine translators of tihe Bible having adopted the Unity dogmaa as a revealed trmnh, instead (,f ain inventi,,:l of the Jews themselves, have faile I in all their translations. since the Christian era, tr give the full force an]d meaning of that portion of God's Word in the lIt chapter of Gen esiS, whic·h expressly declares that lbe im sp with living souls were created an to ri,,r to Adam The Greek version of the Bible, called the &eptuagint, quoted. by ,ur Savior, is the only one of "l the ver.si.ns which has given the fulr and literal me.uting of the Hebrew in that portion of the 1st chapter of Genesis, wherein the existence of intelligent creatures with living souls, created an Sterio,r to Adam, is revealed. The Sep. tuagint renders the words na;ihesh chai yah, in the 24th verse of the let chap ter, by the Greek words psychen soun, the Latin of which is animam vivegjem. Nothing else but living soul can be made of it. SI. Paul uses identically the same words found in the Septuagint, as a translation of Naphesh Chaiyab, when speaking of the creation of the first man. He says the first man was of the earth. (;Genesis says the same thing. IIe was a Naphesh Chaiyah, says St. Paul. Ie does not use the Hebrew words Naplash Chiaaiy but the iden tical Greek words which represent Nap heshl Chaiyah in the Septuagint transla ti,, of G(en.esis. He then goes on to Ishow that the second Adam belonged to a superior race of Naphesh Chaiyah. The wmerd in Genesis, when it refers to Adam, in in the plural, seud instead of red. The second man created was sa perit r to the first creation. The first was from earth, the second from hea ven. [1 Corinthian, chap. xv., v. 46 and 46.j e Tile Unity doctrine has caused St Paul be misunderstood and mistranslated. He spleaks of two creations of human beings-the first having a living soul, the secrnd something in addition, vis : pueuma zoopoloun; in Latin, piritsa irirpeataem - quickening spirit. The latter he derived from Heaven, the for mer from earth. The latter he lost when he ate the forbidden fruit. The mnission of Christ is to restore it The Unity heresy that all mankind sprung from a single pair, should be east out of the Church. It is the root of nearly all the evils at present aflecting it. Being anti-scriptural and conlicting with ethnological truth and the pro gress of the sciences, both Catho-lic and Protestants qught cordially unite to rid the Church of such a perunicioys heresy. See Br& iaidge's BiOgrspy n . ha asids MEWU ORLEJ.YS .*EDP DANIEl. EDWARDB, Iron, ('Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass Muulding, Finishing and Black sitithinti Establishment. I-IIIll ll 2S, 30 and 32 NEW I.EVFE. and 37. 39 and 41 FUITON S IREET. NEW ORLEANS. Facilities for the execution of the following described work. superior to any other house in the South or We-t: CHIMNEYS, I BREECIIINGS, .JUICE BOXES, FIRE BEDS. CLARIFIEIRS FI IL'IEERS, STILLS, I ASH PANS, HEATERS. Copper, Tin and Pewter Worms for D s tilleries. Sheet Iron Pipe. Aaherflt, Beanvents, and Hearses STEAM GUA(E.. for :ocomotive and statiiouar engines. STEAM WHISTLES, BRASS COCKS and COUPLINGS. and every description of Brass Work of my own manulacture. Indio Rubber Hine and Filterints to suit. GASS PIPES from 1.8 to, 3 nti hes ii+ diame ter. aind alt connectitons to suit same. 'The traue supplied with Brass Work at New York iproes.,for cash. Ilanter, and others interested would do well to call and exanutie my "te.rm Trains for the muanutacture of S,igar, before purlctasitng else wh' re. 1 Ihy have been in operation ior many years and give universal satiisactiin. 4Il orrs hfi!!ed with dispatch. r,lfer to Edward J Gay. of this parish, for N hom I put up a ham last year. Alwu to It. C. Camp. who has had a train seven years in successlul operat on. leb.t-ly II. P. - RIC' CLE j, (LATE YCUNG & CO.) S Camp Street. New Orleans. lSrlea m*kaer, Jearwter and tlilersrr tIh. Importers of fine Watches for Laies aand Gentlemen. of the most celebrated makers of England and Swit. serlaud. made to h a order expressly in heavy cases. (goldl atil silver) anti warranted standard tinene:s. Ladies Chatelaines and Neck Chains, G;ents Guard. Fob and Vest Chains; Seals. Keys. I &e. Finger hinugs, Ear-ring%. Breast pius, Cuf, pIa. a, . . Dnianutlds in Pans ard Rings. Spectacles for every age, ii gold. silver and steel Itrames: Silverwale warranted as pure as coin, consisting ot table. tea anJ desert Spoons; Table and Desert Forks, Ladles, Batter Knives, Mustard and salt spoons. sugar tontglles, &c. Plated ware. consisting of castors, candlesticks wailers. &r. I lavi:g been always engaged in the mechanical part of the buslil'ess, all Watches sent for repairs will have the strictest attentiotn, and having every ficility for making any portion, of a watch, he will be enabled to work on very reasonable terms. J " Jewelry made to order, anid repaired. Dia mands reset in he latest style. Canes mounted in. gold or silver der3-no7 The IMe JBlata of ifAster ARE UPON US And to guard against their chilling efects, it is only necessary to call at the Great Olothiag aIperlIm -or ALFRED MUNROE & CO., Corner of Camp and Common sts., New Orleas. And select such artiles as are requisite to se cure the desired efect. 41 the above establishment may be found: Overcoats....... From $i 00 to $40 00 Business ',Uats...... I 50 to 25 00 Cloth Frocks ... ... 13 00 to 8500 BlackPantaloons,. .. 3 50 to 12 00 Clolored Pantalons .. 3 50 to 1800 Vests-Vests-Vests .. 25 to 13 00 Undershirts....... .. 0 75 to 8 50 Drawers............ 0 75 to 350 Linen Bosom Shirts .. I 00 to 516 Gloves--all styles and qualities. Half Hose-all qualities. * Handkerchiefs--all qualities. Cravats, Scarfs, Ties. And all articles necessary for a Gentbh. man's Wardrobe. Shawls, Traveling Blankets, Truanks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, etc., etc., etc. gIPBoys' Clothing $f every descriptiom. W lOrdes, from the country repetfully soli.ted. I adng ord~e plees give the l. lowiag meiures: FOR COAT-Sie of breast ia ichee-e. o waist-length of arm feme the centre o hek_ -heighth of person. SOR PANTALOONS.-Sise of waiet-ksgth of inside seam. I FOR VERT--8sii weaiet-egth of veal frt eolltr. FOR SH IRTr-Sie " neck-leagth of an . Call and auamine fe yorselves at tim IBON PALACE OP ALFRED MUNROE & CO, SSTORY EUILD(NG, jan? Corner Camp end Commoe streets b -sth su w rth m r of the wat blood, d dA LE 3AND MATCH HOIBS thal wm ' teod meall and leek at them. Tby will e 5M& teL 5meh e mod e. Callat a I 714 . 3.3 IE UT. MISCELLANEOUS. '.Give us more light! We waste barrels of Oil, yet have to work in the dark."-Cry of the Sugar Planters. The call is answered. Light bunrsts forth. The old "oil wasters" are deposed. BROWER'S Patent Sugar-House Lamps. COMBINE all the advatages that abe desired Oae of them, placed quite out of the way of the en. ell il hight a trau of kettles rtrlliantly. and takes no more oid thon oe of the old lampls. One lights a case shed and the yard outulde for some distaate. They are compact. at' onr and sample. amd hIwng self-protectang agaleus md, re- quire ano lauter wath at bulksuess. breakable glans and great cost. Orders by mald or otlherwse a all be attended to. Planters who eaah them in time for this reason wall do well to order eaue. GEORGE C. BROWFER. augl83m 110 Poydras street. New Orleans. Eesltakf Sagar Kettles. WROUGHT AND CAST IRON. From the Works of Messrs. R. & J. RANKIN Liv'erpool. 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TERMS: Fr any of lbhe four Reviews ........ ...... a IFor any twoof t.e four Review ................ b0 14ar ay three of he four Reviews............7 00 or rll fear sl h Reviews.................8 00 o Rlack wood's Meassie ......................3 Ito For Blalwood Imd one Review ...........5 00 For Bleckw.ood a tw.o Reviews ............ 70 For llekweod allt ewe Review.............9 t For Blackwood and the sur Reviews........10 00 Mone curreat is the rtate where issued will lie reces at par. t'LW--INo. A diseoest of tweet-l Ve per cent. fres tl(b shove price will be allowed o Clubsa ordering fear orealre copies of Say ose ar eore of the above w#ees. Thes :-Four copies of slekwend, or of ea - Re. view, will ie meat to one addmees for 0-fear eopies of the four Rviewa and Blackwood let $30, ad on. Renittance eshould always he addressed is thm loproprieto. LEONARD (COTT a CU., Stale of Louisiaua-Pais of Irrille- 6th Judicial Distlrid Colrt. In the Estate of Lemuel J. Beck, dec'd. W.THEREAS: Zlma Marisea s, in her V capacity of natural tatrix of her mier child, hau ts day Sled in the Clerk 'a daee of thim cort hebar tableau of administratioa ad die tribetio of tha estate of Lemel J. leek, aer'd. Notice i hLrelby given to all whoa it may oneern to show ma within thirty days from the date f the publication hereof, why the said tabler of admiaistratieu okuld aot be melm. egated sad made the JsPdgmeat o this oer. Clrk's coa, Aug. 4db, 16g. alll M. A. ISTEVAN, Clerk. et decl L-eoisis- Pareisesflerdsie Coasr di 6km DiAtriJdiduira. Dans Is Succession de fue Lemuel J. Beck. ATTNDUI, qa Zeim a Markamen a a S apacit de tatkres sata e de ee enmtt mee a ejr dpll d d · ne d GrOeer ds atte csar, as tableau dadmimjstra. ties at dietribatie de a usesmies do e lo s .l J. B&tk. Avis esat psr lae dnt d e dteaeswa qua cola aesrse de aie mas uOee jears de la date deo apresant ha rais-ar . . le ls Is di, tableau d'admlniutragim as seenia pv hemsl leg et faitle d desett eur. alueau da l, ,A . 4, INg. ag11 M. . VASTV , GOrcO r. James martia, 3**t su li.e Eamesbi a*r, hjmSis " nai NO. 4 CNS*TRAS SITBh, fs11Wy IUW OBLW0iA m Svawbssry, Beausm Pius Appls. I IITO r rg t VA .AL .'VE I ORLEI;..1'i .ID -.a. DO \O\A & fju 95 .....Camp Street .... .eS WzWw OManLg ,.95CliOI'IES-- , 0 rl .r,: . Al'i'PLE.'-GrCrr. Dr,,/, iserred, and .,pp!t J, ty. B.r't.-- , ar rv rst Ba, n. S. ,!, and iioulr, BEL 'TTEI ,,,ll-G i, ,ss a n,. L' ie'rn Beef BECK AlfHEA:- 11,1 b."1.. / d ,./ugs and boz BRO). 11 N-C',rn. flair and ifp. BRE ilES-- l' ara. ,.as.. . ,rabs and iwt. CHEESEI I-EnlishI Darry. Cream,. West I , :IlApple. Dush and Suap ie,. CR4( KEl/a-(-'ra,, , ,.. CL',,,nun: Cauwara i rrOr. .V' k. r' I,,', i~n. ater. JGe. It,.. taon, and Mue, it: n n,spps. B (COFFEE-0,! I Gor Jar 1,, , ,.na. IH, ran, 01 Isa,. L.,guirai. M,.,', MP1. an and Cogs R:ro. CHOCUL. 7E AND COCO.. JIPIEL) CIIERRIES--Bl/I 'becrris and PeacL. FRi lTS-Rai.sin. Currants. Pi Fruits. Table F1 eats, Itri,n,s'i. irs. C s:r-n and C(ainerrss. FLOUR-F E. F G G(;,/1, Hte. and ldanta, ',s bbl. hi ,e,'s and Lad,. ' FIS11-Ma,'eral. in t id/. ,it. and hf d,. Codfash, Macienat 7Tr,ut. Sualurn. ;'u h;ld and sptred. Roe Hiirrin. Dritd ierrin. lialn: ut and Scot, h II, rrn . GINGER-- 1,,,tn. Dried and puIh'rijud. HERBiS--Sri.. lThyme. ASrrory ,ani Marjorwm. HAM.S-- S5,ar-. Curid. Gr'cu and Maton SINGiL.2 .,l D GEL, ATIS E. JELLIE,-(ar",'rant. Grqpe. Plumb Damson..p ple. Orange. ltl, kb, rry. lauspberry. Nesa ..rry. Lemonn. ,auh ,and Gua4a. 41iD) LIQUORS. I'INES .tINI ( ORDIALS-Bra dy. I nb 'y. ('hamun1page. Madlte ira. Port. Msw rut. Sh.rrry. .~n l.trer (Gu;g,.1ht. Rataetia, U'assa 1)u Mont DLor. ('urstoa. .ir,.as'a.so, tlast t:tr's iters. 1,5'5eduna S:h(apps, Oratng 1'uower Isaler. r<. l orter. Clarrt lMines. eila,'b:erry. Iild I hrry and Fren, (. ordJ,:ls IOLA S..S ,A:\ND S YRUi'--Plantatinn and sugar-house MIasLes. Sterlrt sand Bd" rher's Syraup. oand "trsp de Laterie'. N! T'S-- Amnndss. s i . :e aasilld. and Perats. OILS- (',tr, .,,1,. Lardr and S.rrm. PICKI, --.'-Os. . l'so,'/:hi Ge' ~ rs, Lian:. C',la e ,i i a'rr, (, ios. Rd C'ab.:ige, 4 POTA 'OEN - 1.,'t ,,n,,d ,,,., PREESLi ES - ':,. sp.Peas. Praes. Crab .,dl)c. 'ir,,.i. Blackberry. Rasl ry, SLra-rirrry. Hntums..4p, toets Damsons. (.hr. rus. Grape. (Greet e4 ges and Lames. QUI. "ES - I'r,:, sed al Q ,ne/ Jllhes RICE--Illry, Ssrlit and Lriesd Grcen Peas and Bians. 8ODA--CC eam, Tartar 'a,!tratus and Yeast Powders. "1AT .' x a r. . a a. luad Pepper, Lamp I'/rk, de. SA't 'S-.lI,ishr,,ron. Ketchup. T,snwlo do., NU'rreatershire. Soho. John Bri, Harry's, Paris, Bee.-steak, Chia RIoyal, ¢e. SL'GAR--Hrwni . ( rat, sated, Puwderred Loaf an/ Crushed. BOAPS-Oaklnys 1Iulr' , Kel r', Hdur:,e Paln Od, ./mond and Transparetr. TOVSG LEY--,'gar'-cred and Pic',Ld, Pigs Feet. Philasdlphia Pig Pork, Mess and Prime Pork. TEA N-English.. Rre.tfafst. Oolnaf, Poa. reong. Rose. Old Hyion, Young Hyson. Inep rial and Guapoelder. loose and n papers of half end quarter pounds. I'ERMICELLI, Malaroeni, Tapiore. %go and ArroMst. V JINEOAIR- -147,u Wtne, Cider, Catawba and C'amman. SPICAS-jlace. N'utmegs, Cinnamon. All spices, Cores, 4c. /THIiRIES - India Curry, Salad Cream, Raose and Ba Wa liters. Oatmeal. Hominy. Gre hans Flour, Corn Meal, Grits, Indigo. Pails, Buckets, Clathes' Lines, Candles of all kinds Shrimp Pase, Yarmouth Herring, Cocoa Paste. 02' Goods delivered free of drayage to hosts. lebl-. y O. PI.z d . OWs, 44 3& 46 Royal street, New Orleans, Would invite the attention of thesr friends and the pub w lie to their I%1 LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Having within the past year greatly enlarged theiretablishmeast, they are now enabled to ex hibit the best and most varied assortment a Cabinet Furniture ever offered toer sle in the Sath. comprising everything aecessary in tKe frsialng of a dwelling. In addition to Furni t, we keep for sale : Plush. Hair. .EaandleJ awGdIn, Cant, Tasesa, Spriags, Tacks, fail,, _ I.ir Mad dlo Mauras; Peknt Spri k 2Inem--e new anod economical iavendtiaoe. Omg'r. , Shes, Sp·reads, Piloe Cases, and gai Bara; Minrs,, ol all sizes, in endles n and Ch India MaIorti; n ag rr#rW,' f aell kinds, sogether with Ar buses ad every eCe, City aud country purchasers will alwnrys lid oear Ioek readly for their inspectoa. anil are cot* dilly invited to visit our ewre sad exammae foe humeves. sp17-ly E. A. TFLER, S CANAL STREET, NM"W ORLEANS, mI ew openiag and always aa oam bond a lare Ladles Fle WatceLm, set with Diamoeads, Peerlr, or Enameled. g-landa's Chronomneter and Hunting Watch ea, with the new Winding Appnrtuas. &l- -e..ld and Silver Watches of the most lel agead masufatures. GeM, Guard, Ve sad Fob Chalas, All of ew style, and 18 careats gold. Watch Tvr mlllag, e. h* g A. TYLER , Imet of Pen Knivae jp received ad' breamth i ' e , A. L EARNT B' L LaAdultrmle It. A. Itl.