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tiv my dldbr boy O bld., b fir Dhm us fsbioned well; Whem st the glittering failchion swayed, Who iat beneath its fury fell, I kaw sot; batI bhop to know That no mean or hireling trade, To suaed a failing base or low, I pve m soldaer boy a blade. Ceot,aa. and slim the lucid Good In which the tempering work was done ; As calm, clear, as clear of mood, Be thou whene'er it sees the sun; For eountry's claim, for honor's call, For utreged friend, insulted maid, At mercy's voice to bid it fall, I give my soldier boy a blade. The eye which marked its peerless edge, The hand that weighed its balanced poise, Anvil and pincers, forge and wedge, Are glne, with all their flame and noise; And still the gleaming sword remaino; So,when in dust I low am laid, Remember, by these heartfelt stains, I give my soldier boy a blade. t"c leg # DeilavaUtde's. aemoval. W have moved our Drug Store to the new Sbrick building on the corner of Main yid Buank streets, opposite Roth, Deblieux & C'o., where W invite a call from our old cunomemu and the public generally. so l STOCP LEY & DELAVALLADE. Pine Cutlery. WaE have in store a very ine and choice se _ e tion of ine Razor, and Knives of real 3oeeph aodre make, thet we will sell low. s E8O LEY A DELAVALLADE. hasWy Groceries. F the iast Aseription, is our stock of Fan qc Gm Call and examine it. d IpfOCKLEY & DELAVALIA D'E. t'Ebaooo, Cigars, &o. IZ hav. s very choile lot of Cigars, Smock. leg sad Chewing Tobacco, for sale by no STOCKLEr & DELAVALLADE. Jeweiry...... . Jewelry. E have jmt received an addition to our stock t Jewelry, which is now large and varied. Every article sold by us is warranted as reprented. If not as represented, we will always ta te tgeods back and refund it emo my. STOCKLEY & DEL LJ.L I E. School Books. A LIG assortment, together with alarge steak of School Stationary, for sale by S TOCKLEY & DELAVALLADE. COAL OIL. \W HAVE a upply of pure Coal Oil for r le. Also, wll alter Lamps for Coal .Oil a. ITOCKLEY & DELA VALLADE. W lhave a large and fresh aLoort eut ofd MEDICINES. which were par ahmed itr cask in New York, and which we warunt in all maned will sell as low as any is ýIr LeY & DELAVALLADE. L EAD, WHITE-White Zinc, Liasd Oil, see W*STO &e.t for sale by PIEUCT IMPORTATIO1W -0, KAVAVA IleaRs I W >ens . b aeý of a small invoice of A VAlA as 11 imported by our . These we ea sell at oew Orleos pri. em. I or c ar ustomers with the -iUINw WIEE at a3s per thousand a$40ed at , eupoasod a culd ma e-aab. at 6n. hI wmahMtnsp we shalt receive a large Irs3 e5 miaa iudlb o youaelver ELE I LAV ALLADE NOTICE . Awl tl a far, .PATUNT MEN a thS oe aresseeu Uedcs.y, . a........... , * Nd fdreede a by the whriol Olr ~ bes, wh hmve eldmad on all per ee m tly heated ia arlrley'. ikir & Ai. V ALAIDE romi -J- et 11sena a Heis sa th ' d- Blly'ihs Pittees _9pupt.b leaving their mere at his l i - 6, ..s. G. e in FhquiMIet. i x w NEW ORLEANS ADY'S DONOVAN & NEUTZ 95....... Camp Street....... 95 NW OR s.ZAN. ANCHOI'IES-In Oil and Salt. AP'PLES--Green, Drild, Preserved, and Apple J lly. BACON-Breakfast Bacon, Sides and Shoulders. BEEF-Philadtl,,hdauand ll,sltrn. Dried Btef. BU'Tl'ER-Goshrn, Roll and Hstern. Bl tCK' WIJE J T-In ,ads, if do. bags and boxes. Bt'OM.t-liat'r's e stra prepar.d. BiROOMS-Corn. !lair and it'less. BRIUSiES- l'e tcuash, She., &rubs and Dust CHEESE-Englis't Dairy, Cream, lestern. P'a'ne Apple ,. Dui h and Stpsago. CR.ICK ERS--Crar, kels. C 'tn,,n;: Caraaiy. Cream, Milk. See w., Bston, li'aitr, Ginpr, Wine. Swa and Ac'rarot i Snlli s. COFFI E--U!dlGnr. Jars. Fanady Java. lHarana. Ol Riio, Lagsira, Al o, a l- M t usr and Losta Rico. CHO('OLA TI AND COCOJ. CL.)1.S1 dAD OYSTERS. DRI:ED (ClIERRIES-Blu, bcrries andwl Pa, hs. EGGS. FtI LlfS-R-aisins, Currants, Pie Fruits, T,'la fruits. Prunes. Figs. (C ttrm and Cruenhrrrs. FLOUR-F E. F G. Golde l,,hue, anld dA:t,;.u, in bIds, Af .bbls and i,.t's. FISl-Maktker . ian 'ij i , kit, and hf do, Coltish, lla, 'inatw Trout. Salmon, pi klld and spa td, ,rc Hlerring, Dried Herring, lialitut and Scoth Herring. GINGER-- Canton, Dried and pulrerised. IIERfBS-Sage, Thyme, Seacory aul Marjorusn. HAM S-Sau'ar-Cured. Grts and rlluttoS. I SINGLAd'S AND GELl"TI''E. JELLIEJS-Currant. Grape, Pltws5 1)anmsn. Ap ple, Or,ang,, Blak'r, cry, Rasplosey, Sbt ai brrry, Lemon, P'ach and Gsava. LARD. LIQUORS, WLVES AND CORDIALS-Bran dy,: hisky, Clhanparg nr, Mtdeirai. Port. Mlus eat, Sherry, dnisette, Guignndet, Ratatial, Cassis Du Moit D'or, Curacuoa. Maraschino, Hnrssteter's Bitters, -Schdan S ir.Et,ps, Orange Fl,,,rr Water. .Ale, Porte,,. C(',,t Wimes. Btlakba'ry, Wdild Cherry and Frenuh Cordials. MOLAYSE8S AND SYRUP-Planta'inn and Sugar-house Molasses, Steirart'sand Bl r,'rs i yry, and btuop de Baterie. NUT''S-Atn,ds, sftt shell and shelled, and Pecans. OII8 - U'ttion need. Lard and Sperm. PICKL'S-Olives, I'ecollilli. (i erk in s, Linms. Caut lifouers. Onions. Rd Cabbage, 4-e PO' TA l'OES-Irish and Sucret. PRISEN IVEN- IPancApple, Peas, Peaches, Crab .dpple, Orange, Blakberry, Raspberry, Slrawbe/rry, Pl'uns, Apricots Danumsons, Cher ries, Grape, Green Gages and Lenes. Q UIN ' ES-- Prcer ed and Quinace Jellies. RICE-Barley, Spls and Dried Green Peas aed Beans. SODA-Cream, Tartar Salaratus and Yeast Powders. 8.'l lT---arch, Soap, Mustard, Pepper, Lamp Wl'ik, Orr. SA UCESi-Mushroem,, Ketchup, Tennarto do., Woretershire. Solo, JoM Bell's, Harvey's, Pal, Ikef-astas, China Royal, 4-c. SB'GA-Br-rown Urassulatesd, Powdered leaf ad Crushed. 80AP--Oakleys, Hull's, Keller's, Honey, P-ais Oil, Alneod and 7v anparenlt. TO&'G UEIS-Sugar-cured and Pickled, Pigs' Fekt, Philadlp.ia Pig Pork, Mess and Prim Pork. TEA S- English. Breakfast. Oooliong, Pou chong, Roes, Old fyson, Youegq Hyson, hnoe. ria and Gunposder. lase asd in papers of half and quarter pounds. SERMICC LLL, L awoni, Tapioca. Sage and Armaooot. VINEGAR-Whit. Winr, Cider, Cagassa and SPICES-Mace, Nuausegs, Cinnamon, All spices. Cloves, 4-. SUAJ)RIES-nldia Curry, Salad Cream. Roseand Bay Waters, Oatmeal, Hominy, Gra ham Flarw Core Meal, Grits. Indigo. Pads. Bckets, Clathes Lims. Candles of all kilds SWimp Pasurte, Yeasoh Hrrang, Cocoa Paste. ' Goods delivered free of drayage to boats. febl .ly 0. rzrt & 170=$. 44 & 46 Royal street, New Orleans, Would invite the attention of their friends and the pub Slic to their LARGE AND WELL SEI ECTED STOCK OF Having within the past year greatly enlarged their erstabli-hment, they m now enabled to ex hibit the best and mot varied assuortment o Cabinet Furniture ever ofered for sale in the outh mpring everything necessary in the faurhing of • dwelin. In addition to Furni tare, we keep f sale: PlaBs, Hir, Enmdled ,,OiL Chd, ssals, prings, Tcks, Tans Bpn. air sad Moe Maetrasses: Patent Spring Bd Bod -new and economical invention. Comfortes, Mats,eprads, Pise Ca'e, and YMupsite ars; Minrr, of all ins, in endless variety. Plarn enA Chked l dia Mattirg; Refrigaraters of all kind., together with eh bhss of every size City asd country purchasers will always fiAd our atock ready for thaeirimuspetio, and are cor dially invited to visit our store and examine for heIalve. apl7-l1 y Aas ar Amerloan Maohine Depot, 46 SL Cuharles st., Corner of Gravier, NEW ORLEANbS, stationary,and 5, , 7, , 8 dlOinch Portable iies, hve baee o uiaSd and are now e fered for sale; tgthur with Saw Mills, Grist Mills, shieae M-aaa, k Sl Machie, Cao ton Barse, sad ata shas m engessag the larget stak eae o&.rwl f sale; yble at the sae tim, iis of mdgws invsetion and ufrteru e ad nf astyl and quMity mneqtaled byusy Ntlmre inspeseatre, ltnrat4 Cstalouem esI tn a IddrLA . be mail. detlS-a &MU H. IlMA.L. . 30e CcA.P STR.E T, NEW ORIBANS, i (ia *str asMend B-.ds. - *-- r. a n aer ncart "wo e . ShWah. d sy, spaied et wa . s ." ., fl IIf1B,,' l'.g . ac NEW ORLEANS ADV S. E. A. TYLER, 5 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLZAN5 IS now opening and always has on ham alar I stock of Ladles Fine WVatcle, set with I)iamonds, Pearls, or Enameldl. Gentlemen's Chronometers and Hunting Vlatct es. with the new Winding Apparatus. Als--Golh and Silver Watches oa the mostiel brated manufactures. Gold. Guard, Vest and Fob Chains All oat new style, and 18 carats gold. Watck Trimmligss, Ac. &A E. A. TYLER, feb19 110 Canal street ll. P. BUCKLE j', (LATE YOUNG & CO.) S Camp Street. New Orleans; Ilatrh iakrr, Ji arile r urud Milrersauilh. Importers of fine Watches Ior Ladtiesand Gentlemen. of 7 lie mna't celebrated makers of England and Swit. zeila;.d. tirade to isa order expreasly in heavy caset. (gold and silve,,) and warranted standard tit i..s. L.adies Chatelaines and Neck Chains Gents Guard, Fob and Vest Chains; Seals, Keys &c. Finger I;iligs, Ear-rtigs, Breast pins, Cur pins. &c. Di. :andls in I'ius arild ings. Spectacles for e% cry age, in gold, silver and steel frames; Silverware warranted as pure as coin, consisting of table. tea anI desert Spoons; Table and De-ert Forks, Ladles, Bntter Knives Mustard and sait spoons, sugar tongues, &c. Plated ware, consisting of castors, candlesticks wailers, &c. hlaving been always engaged in the mechanical part of the business, all Watches sent tbr repairs will have the strictest attention, awd having every I cility for makiig any portion of a watch, he will be enabled to work on very reasonable terms. IU' Jewelry made to order, and repaired. Dia mands reset in he latest style. Canes mounted in gold or silver dcc3-no7 ALFRED MUNROE & CO'S Great Clothinag Emporium ! AT lI15 IRON" PJLJCE, Story 3uldinag, 'olrn'mr of C('.ii, and Co'mmon sts., New Orlcasl,. Full is passing and 'lPInter NEARI.Y UPON IU.t. By late arrivals, a full assortment of Men's and Boy's Clothling has been received, together with a new supply o FURNISHING GOODS. Their Patent Take SHIRTS are superior to the beat; and they have the best supply in New Srleans of INDIA R'UBI;ER CLOTrIING. At the above establishment may be founl: Ovcr. m,:its-....... frol $7 00 to, $11) 00 Rtsines.s .-i attt...... 7 50 to 25 00 'lotlh Fr icks..... .. 13 00 to 3; 00 Black PLantaloons,. .. . 3 50 to 12 00 iColored 'antalstrs .. 3 :50 to 13 00 Vesta-Vest-VVests .. 3 25 to 13 00 Undcrsdltirts ......... 0 Th to 350 Drawers............ 0 753 t 3 50 Linen B,Ioni; Shtrts .. 1 00 to 2 ,50 GLoves--all styles and qualities -HALF Ilose all qualitiss. -llA EnaRacutHIs-dll quailtie". Casvars. Sc.Fars. Ties. And all statcles ieees sary for Gent's. Wardrobe.-Shaw!s. Traveling Blankets,-Trunnks, Valises, Carpet Bag-L-Um. brellas, etc. etc., etc. ~ii"Boys' Clothing of every description. W Orders from the country respectfully solicited. Insending orders please give the fol lowing measures: FOR COAT-Size of breast in inches-size ol waist-length of arm frolm the centre of back -heighth of person. FOR PANTA LOONS--Size of waist-length of inside seam. FOR V EST-Size of waist-length of yest from collar. FOR SIIIRT-Size of neck-length of arm. Call and axamine for yourselves at the IRONY liaL.t ;A Of ALFRED MUNROE & CO., STORY BUILDING, n7 oct27Corner Cam pand Common streets. Get Your Shirts in New Orleaps -AT S. N. MOODY'S.' Ii Heavy Under Shirqts, - for st o0 Heavy nrawemr, - 6 for 2 50 Heavy Eaglish aSocks, 6 for 100 Shirt Collars * - 1e r 30 Fine Block Silk Cavle, 0 eta apiece., and every article for geellema's tlue equally W" 8hafrramde to Orner' t elr Stile. Per seV meseme eeYaid els f seek, lesgth Ie. m ettesl t he end1 ltbusad,wl b thle elbew hel at Dtvrar, wlat sad or mside sem. For i"f 3ew, sla ef bee. shitrmade to er inver retyle. Dict tio 0 fr slf rssammet seat No. 16 Royal Stret, Next doolp he loet Oqe, Nsw O.ususs. wr o hend aftll pply e" all sheaii Mee srved in New York sty4 -it and enniitry o patytheabstee apNlwly ROSS & GALLAGHEIR. ROSS A" £GJLL.IGIIER. IN LIQUIDATION. Selling Orr et Prime Cost. THE undersirted wdl offer for salt "At Prime . Cost" their Larty, Varied and Extrnsive Stock of FANCY and DOMItSTIC DRY GOODS', CLOTHING, uOOTS, SHLOE:, HATS & CAPS. A.RDWARE & 1 S.DLILELRY, from this date, until tin 1st day of January next, a whenl the balance then on hand, wll be closed out at auctioli. The present off, rs "t Rare ('Chance" for hb,- t ra to pjocuae their 'all and Wilter Supplihe I t extremely low piiace. The Stock is very complete and consists in I art of tbhe following stacles: . Fan'cy, S taple, 1ouse Fttrurnislhi andi butattin 1)ry Goods. Rich Dress -(ods, of the new st3) ls. , it- E rloiderie's, f all td.scriiltl, is. 'Y Silk, Cotton an( Woollen Itsitcv, all ird t i,,nts', Ladie' and Childrel's Silk ur In Merino Vest:. a Slk anl C(loth Bartous and Cloaks, t eel brLadit : and ('tillren. n Cashimrc.s, M3rious, Delaines, of the 1 est ma;kes. a 'es l.ltuk and Coored Silks, all colors ks d nw stylhs. Irish and Fl'reclh Popli's, very hand a cal 1st t'. irs 'lain & Erbnilered Engl. Bareges. r "rezelle., plat and cmlridtrel. ' le oil d; Cherc, very handsome filre' and plai,. ia- allcia andCa.shmlere Plaids. ed ty b1autlill aylcs Chints Cashl _lt(.k, 1 S '*nehh, Englih & Americrant Prints. t irtin', liuns, & Linelt Shcetings. 1 'ble llDtasl, all widthls,:at all prices. lacu Towels and Towelings, of cv ery'escrtipti, a. \'ite and Uil,,red DIolets. Ige asstortnent of Cas.itneres, Sat- I itet tJeans Lit ('otttoiades.. F itch (lulth,Illaek and Colored. r Ic invoict of l'antation and Fam-n ily blnkcts, atvcry low figures. 1 PI'r and flad .Jac,,ntts & Catmbrics. Sys Mtulnl Nain-,,l'k Muslin. O 'tl antd Fguicd liBbbincts and Was Blondtl i to Thad and Vdcnciecnes Edging and to cerin. Swc & Jaýý cntt l,:ut.ls & Flouncinir-. Sill W\\'oln, Bhuck ail Kid Gloves. Si. Ilos ins,very cheap. C'hks, lk4, ins, Kerseys, Linseys ad at cils C K1(1 y.lfe anll Marlbrourgh I'Plids. [Brut and White $hectfgs and u 0Slirti , h'ikry stripe. S ;alt Itemes& ts, Collar & Sleevis. S wi E nd.1aonr-t do do. R i shl lAtceam, Bobhal;inuo &Tainies. 0 la Ft , igurcd & plain-all coluor. I Fall IV WIler Clothing and Gs 's Flrtlielhg Goods. tg Black ,i 1rockCoats of evaery grade. n- Supe e llack Cloth Diresn Coats dou. llick and colored Cassimnere ly Sacks 1 Bti,,nt' Coat. S Reve.le !c Casirncre IBusiness Sacsa. tl'ac d c,l,,red Union Cassiimere ofl';l Pactt4ma and Busine. (Ia`ats:. ck ilckld colored Satinet I'alt:tt tb and . .~ , Sitperl col,redl Casimcre Pants. a m do t Black Di'eskin die Black an$lored Union Cas. do pI " do Satinect SuperlrSilk Velvet Ves's. do do black and Fancy Silk Vents do |lack Doeskin & Satin do Clore d Black Union aas. Vests, single an,' uble breasted. La Overco: Highlanders and Cloaks. Blanket 1 , Flushing amd Pilot Cloth Coats, 31M, y and Irarney Jackets. And a gen assortment of Low pnrices and medium qu lothin, Also a'great variety of Funishi as, suh as Printed Puf Besom a Shirts. Whit d colored Shirts, French and n American FL I Shirts and Diawers, Merino a Drawers and 'rhirts, light and heavy te- I ore; Cotton oolena Socks, Neckties, Stocks gcatrf, etc. et YTetlh b y, Clething. We have j an assortment of Youths' 1 and Boys' W Coats, Jacket., Overcoats, Pantaloons, V &e. &e. Our stock en's, Boy's, Ladies', Misses sad Children's , Sioes and Gaitener is very lare and c every style, knoewn to the I trmde of Lbhas sal nad mish. Ilarwa ad Ctlery, Gn andl '.Depatrsemnt, a Aell usst o Nortbaideof between Banak & Levee ts. P. 8.We sell to esponible prties w Goods payabl day t Jamsrydxt. nad Plaeemise, lb 1860. he Undersigned res' , bhaviag puaersed ndre td to te Livery Stable it diarm:sttaely O t Mat~stN iM ai the of Plaqe dy athorbt noties. Sca h~avjg their Hoerss we fed a atoakee O ive a trial. eedauthu drow • 50,000 s.,"~ """. Illm ;:ggg ~a MISCELLANEOUS. PROSPECTUS. i'oeng Ladies a.rademy AND COORYFl Or HORfr ROIs, Plhaqucamiuc, ;Iberville,) La. rIHIS INSTTTrTITON is beantifulny sttna'ed 1, in the centre of the town oI Plaquen ine, between Court, Church and I'Plquemin. streets. The buildings are large and commodion~, anlJ the grounds of good ample space for amusenoeit antl healthy exercise. The lnstituitr.., being sitluated within a few minutes walk ,, the steam boat landing, enjoys the advantage of easy and tre'quiett access. It is conducted by the Sisters of Holy Cio-s, who being wholly devoted to the irupoitalt work of public ilastic'lion, spare no pais* to improve the heartsof their pupils in vir tue and st.ore their mindsi with knowledge, and they pledge themselves to ietutn the children to their parents inproe Il in vir:ue and learning. To imrpart a thorough ediucation in the highet sense of the word-to train t he moral and the inl tellectual Iting-to develope sound leaith and eleganlt m nellls, is an object of constant atten tioi. The system of government is mild and maternal, aiming to guide rather than to drive the pupils along the path of duty. The comiorts and dersonal habits of the young ladies. receive the same attentiou as in the nutsi relined family h circle. Religion is the grom.!-wnrk of education. The lIstitntion is Catholic; but young ladi:es of all denomlnations are admitted. povitded they e are wiling for the sake of order and uuilormity E to attend the exerc'ises of public worship. The Academical year is ot tein mouths. The course a of Education embra'es all the branches usually taught in Academies, with tile Ifacility of prima ry ln'truction in teth the English and French languages, at the option of parents. Terms fIr Boarders: Entrlnce fee, Bed, 6~,00, S 5 00 t Board and Tuition, per annum, payments quaiterly in advance, so80 00 1 'rrmafs fuir iaf lBo,rders: Tuition per month, payable monthly, 510 00 Te'rs for 1)ay cSchodars : Tuition, per month, payable monthly, 4 00 Extra charges at the option of parents, is Music, Mledical Attendance, Board at Conven durinn Vacation, Washlig and Mleunding. Bed Beddling, Mat:rass. Stationery, T'apestry-work e Embroidery. Artificial Flowers, ke. &c. (O B, ard, Tuition antd Wahing, Mendin. Be, , Bedditg, Mlattrase Stationery, Tapestry work. EImbroidery, Artificial Flowers. &c. &e. Or Board, Tuition, Washing, Mleding. BelI. Bed ding, Stationery, complete, per annum, k240 00. UNIFOttRM. Iiuter-Green French Mlerinos. ) Sammr-Pink Gingham. It is to be worn onlly oni Sundays and Thurs. a days. and the other holidtys when going .tol yChurch or Walk. Patterns of the make and t the shade may be had at the Convent. i t'EIECIAI. IIl:;:LTIh, NS. Each Boarder must be provired with six Sheets, 31usquito Gar, six feet by three; twelve ('hemii se's; ditto pairs of Hose; ditto of llandkerchielfs; six Pillow Cases; twelve Towels and Napkins; one Tumtuler; Fork aitd Kniie; table and desert Spouons, and all the requisites of Toilet. Pocket money is to be deposited in the hands of the Supetior"ss. Visits are allowed to the Boanrers from their I Parents and Guardlianu on Sundays and Thurs. t days, and only from 9 o'clock A. M. to 4 o'clock I P. M1. Rfcreaces-PlTaqnemine, Rev. Francois C. Fil- I lot. New Orleans, Rev. P. F. Sheil, S. S. C., or r SISTI'R MARY OF CALVARY, nov27.iep3 Superioress of the Convent. , ANTHONY WILBERT, CABINET MlAER, Takes this method of re tt'rning hi+ thanks to his old friends and customers for the U patronage heretofore received, and assurs them that he will ever strive to accommodate them in his line. He has now moved to the large and commodi ous huilding at the corner of Pt.nn's Alley and Bank street where he has a large stock of Fur niture of every kind. Old Furniture taken in exchange or repaired at I very low prices. le also makes COFFINS of every style at the - thortest notice. Cg"Fisk's Metallic Coffins supplied as 1 reto fore. Splendid Hearse. Price moderate. sep4 NOTiC'E, To Plahters and Mlerchants. AIRR BLS! BARRIELt ! The undersigned, one of the olded Coopers in the I'arish. having completed his arrangemts, ad naving putchaseld a large Stock of .leterials. is now prepared to furnish Plantera, Merehnts and others, with as good an article of MOL4dSSRS B IRRELS antd half do, uas can be manufactured. None but old and experienced workmen employ. ed, and none but the best materials used. He will asim manufacture SUG.d HOGS HEADS for all ho leave their orders in time. His old friends ad customers will please givl him a call. His work having heretofore given sataisEaction to his petroms,.he will use his best endeavors to please all who call upon him. His phop is located between Villier and Gre aod sta. fronting the Bayou. S aa3-mhe FREDERICl BAGGI. li COREg AJI 8Ei g -AND SCorner of Main and Seminary streets. TRF Ibli canerally, and my frleuls is pr ticulhr, will please take notice that I have removed my Dry CGods and Grocery store to the bIlidi on the ceaner of Main and Semlmary street1, Ltelyoecpied by Mr. eIvy as a Coe. Sho e, whee iae greatly a'dde to my old stock, and still receiving and openig, si ad i -cns,ese * ay usher easalishmesit la tow.- As the pe s' of the puddiag is erimg, come sad e br yeeu selves. The hsat i.u. of JJQUD88 always e a hand. Persas in want of a pure r'icl of Bandy for medical purposes can be secommoda. tId by gvinq me a all. In a word, if y want ,A. VIGUERI, b LU !JMRERl i of all dcrIptioas, I will deliver say 5 whoe ea the _ U1 ~ikid -~ ~s .e ak the I Osear Tee Mil. Igtm y] V . AMUOUra. ICOFFEE-IIOUSES, &C. Coffbe ouUse, oarding House, r.i, er, Itable. SMAURICE MARtI TNFORMS his friends and the I public generally, that he has opened his new house, on Bank t reet, since the 4th of July, where he is finely situated to accommo date Boarders atnd transient visitors, on reasons. ble terms. His table shall always be furnished with the bet the market affords. His CO)FFEE HOUSE will always be sup. plied with the best of Liquors, Wine, Lager Beer, &c. He has a BILLIARD TABLE kept is a e. parate room from the Bar, handsomely fitted p. l is STA 1.LE cannot be surpassed; and all an imals entrusted to his care shall meet with the most diligent attention. He confidently hopes that his old friends will not forget him. Planters and others fe. the co antry will have their horses and buggiesproper ly taken care of at all times, and as good adinner .ud wine as the town afford, for themselves and ta n ids. sep3 OYSTER SALOON! The undersigned would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally that his Oyster Saloon is now il "fll blast," where Oysters are served up inevy style. Also Gamuse and othq Luxuries, including Ironsides Guml" sad Gumbo, of ev ery other description; Soupi. Roasts, Stews,Frys, Broils-Salmon, Lobsters, Sardines, &e. ac. Deserts asad Delieacies; and WINES and LIQUORS of all kinds, and d the most superior quality. Give me a call. nov12 H. LEBLANC. THE undersiened would re spectfully announce to their iriends and the public generally, that they have just purchased the Coffee-house and fixtures formerly by ml lip Heeleiu opposite the steamboat landig; sad having been to considerable expense is paper ing all the roomaso that they are neat and ples ant. and hasing the best brands of Liqu and Wisoes to be had in New Orleans, s an further, pledging ourselves to spare no pains to please all who call to see us, we shall expect sar ahbare of the public patropage. CII A , I;.am' , TURIN & SEIPPLE. Plaquemine. May 19, 1860. iAlne Nne. R The undersigned would may to fig friends and to the public generally that he has just received a new supply If W\ hite andl Red Ithine Wine, of a quality week superior to that received last year. The public may rely upon this wine being the tree 'ad ac, tual juice of the grape, as it came from the vise yards on the Rhine. ('all and try it. augll GABRIEL BIEIILER Golden tge Coffee Hkoie. Boarding Uloee and Oyster aleoom. j This Coffee House, Boarding HAo aud Oyster Salon , foramrly kept y Antonio Bragliono, at the coreor of Bank and Villier streets, will be opened by the undersigned on the 5th of December 1M0. wheo he will always keep Good Liquor, a Good Table and the Freshest Oysters. His frienda and the public generally are respectfully invited to sall and judge for themselves. Their patronagp iso - licited, and will be highly apprmected. nov24 LOUld PRATOLOtIO. EU "PE L ,IC AN "J, HOUISE. rTH. undersigned informs his friende sad the L public, that be has removed fsees hbld stand on the corner of Main and Seminary sts., :o the corner opposite, in the new Brick yms built by Mr. Avet, where he will always thy Good Liquors and Pinse Zagort Thankful for past patronage, he trusts to ro eeise a continuance of the same from bh old friends and the public in general. jyL2-m23. SOLOMON LEVY.. BIEBLER BROS., MerLkhaut Talonrs. I Have just received the moat swg~ stock of Goods for Gentlemen's Fall said Winter Coats, Vests and Pants, that was ever brought to this market. "Seeing is Believing." They thank the public for its esppo t hither and will endeavor still to be wortl ofj.' To their old and punctual customers they gas be usual credit. J 'l'hey respectfully state to their &i that their shop as now in the house am ]ak' ., formerly occupied by Mr. J. MeWilliao aL's Grocery Establishment, whean their ads,is the rear, is also located; sad where they dhaps see their friends and tmhe publicas usa. Nov 10-1860- I. M liright, U ingase.,. &.' THE undersignd, flatterisg himuelf that he is favorably known throcuhout the _ HII1LRIGH'r AND RNGINER.' specEtfully annouaecet4oth Sugar Planters ad others, that he is prepared to coutract to bil Sugar Elllfs asd Lgluea of the best build and lSash, 1 say uis u -gd and warranted in every case. Contracts for next year respeedally adh NO TI Cs TO BUJB1LhAAID OTn He ia prapared to farsak IRON 3AI l VEAKIDAHS, Ac. Cadl sad e hi THE UNDERSIGleDhsue .-selves sogetber, for the geeral Forwardi nd s ad s shadss and hasinees mon West. Allbusiaso e lnmt ed toe P. . 313l3 00e. ) k Er4 fd to may sn l ilde d imbrvilln. La. __ Hnttltr mtr,.. .....t la nd wellGaeoirted a J i i - of fmt of alley , Alo, jest received rom St. a mov-" E~iI"·lS t'Z ~Itt~