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D*vid Castleberry
No 1Ï 88.
uavjd Castleberry t 1
I? *ritt>f fieri fori*«
Wsued frora tbe DinWet Court of the Parish
of Catahoula, and to the Sheriff thereof dirée
ted. I bav* aeiied M £» tropeHe <>f f J
^aoo, tbe' foltoirmg ynRUuatea lajring and
b^ ih 0.,* P àf îèh to »it ; north fractional
hair or Sec 84 t woosh ip 9 range 6 east, coa
laiotng 49 81 100 aotee and lot No S beine
south west fractional f 4f«ec 28 saine T
range containing 86,20 $00 acres more or
less together with tW improvements on the
same, and on
Saturday the 4th day of May next.
within legal boors at the door of the Court
House iii the town of Harrisonburg, I will
offer the same for sale for cash oeder benefit
of appraisement.
D. M, PRICHARD, Sheriff.
April 8, 1881. Prs. f ee |0.
8ÜERIFFS SALE.
Fleishman is Conn,
L. F. Mulkey,
|N this case bjr virtue of a writ of fieri facias
*• issued on a 12 months bond from llte i is
No 1449.
trict Court of tbe Parish of ÖaUboula, I Imve
seiaed «s the property of J N E. llaralson one
of the securities on said bond tbe following
described land, Tbe south west-1 of south
westof Sec. No 3 in township No 10 of
43 20 100 acies,
secure the pay
rangé No 5 east containing 4;
being specially mortgaged to
ment of the bond, together with all the im
provements on the saint*, and on
Saturday the 4M day of May next
within legal hours, at the door ôf the Court
House in the town of Harrisonburg, I will
offer the same for sale for what it will bring
in cash.
D. M. PRICHARD, Sheriff.
April 8,1861. Pis. fee 86.
SHERIFFS SALE:
H. B. Herring, )
vs. V No *3 86.
Win. J. Lacy, )
IN this case by virtue of a writ of fieri facias
* fronrthe District Court of the Parish of
Catahoula, issued as on 12 months bond by
the terras of the Judgment, I have wired as
the property of defendant, the follow ing land
lying and being in the Parish of Catahoula,
together with the impioveinents on the same
to wit ; The south east fractional quarter of
Sec No 37, towtiship.7 range 3 east contain
ing 142 70 100 acres more or less, and ou
Saturday the 4th day of May next
within legal hours at the door of the Court
House in the town of Harrisonburg,. I will
offer said land for sale for what it will bring
iu cash. .
D. M. P RICHARD, Sheriff.
April 3, 1861. Pr*. fee 86.
SHERIFFS SALE.
No. 13 86.
Joseph Lallnude,
va.
John S. Hooter. )
iS lbis case by virtue of « writ of fieri facias
fife
seized as tbe property of defendant, the fol
lowing described land, 317,46 100 acres in
this Parish, together with tbe improvements
oh tbe Mme, being the »oath east and south
west £ of Sec No 7, township 10 north range
6 east, and on
Saturday th4th day of May next
within legal hours at the door of tbe Court
House in tbe *owrt of Harrisonburg, I will
' offer the éame for sale.for cash for what it
will brihg. '
D. M. PRICHARD, Sheriff.
April 3, 1861. • . Pie. fee 86.
SHERIFFS SALE.
Marks A
n
Rufus Bowie;
Çëèéàâ h ¥ !!iW,n
h -j v7 > No. 16 22.
ie.F.MÖ. )
1N this case by virtue of * writ of fieri facias
-*■ issued on » 12 mouths bond from the Dis
aüÊôïï
tnet
tbe Sbérrff tb' ______
tbe property of raid Rufs», Two town lots
in the town of Trinity La, being kUs No f
and 2 of fraetiaiisi sqanra No 30 together
with tbe ; tnprovemeuU on the ssioo, and on
Satariay ths 4th day of May next
within legs! boars at tha door of the Court
House m. the town of Harrisanborg, I will
offtflbo said {Koperty for selefof trlut
will bring in aish. : ' .
s '-- •' D.M.PRJCHAIU), Sheriff;
April 3, 1361. ..... . Pis. fee $6.
"i....... . 1 11 **■**> ■ 1 i ■ - l 1
SHERIFFS »ALE.
SHERIFFS »ALE.
I«. Mayer A Co.
Ü
Ko 16 19.
' James M. Stamper
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I N tbif ohia, by virtue of 4 writ of fieri facias
issued ou a It mootba bend from tbe Dis
trict Court tbe Parish of Catahoula. I
ï property
feberr/,
about 40 y «an,
ent of
Tiaee à a h fh ri
a wtyirtait naibed Maris
and Specially mortgaged ?or tha payment o
tbe originiH deht arff for tbe bond on «hich
this fifa issued, end on
Saturday the 4tk day at May next ,
within legal hours at the door of the Court,
Home m the town of Hatrismiburg, I will
offer Ifor for safe for, wbat abe will tiring i
'*&!■ Mï MUCHARD, Sheriff.
1 d! .
Mayer A
Ambrose Pieraelj; ....
DV virtue of n writ oflswi facias iwtbie
D oasa issuad from tboDiatriet Court of tbo
ParMrof
Kb. 4892.
Fin this Parish, together with the improve
ments oa tbe name, md being lot No. « or
WAefS EJ 6f Section No. 32, Township
No. 10 Rmtga No. t east, aad on,
Saturday , Ma 4M day if Mam »eat,
withiB iagaf bdura at the doer of tfaa Chart
house in \ha toon' 4t Harrisodbirg, I will
offer Me same for sale ifer what it will briag
oo a credit of 12 tsantlif nmordhifjo fawv #
aU5-.il
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SHERIFFS SALE.
J. H. A J. Q t Bullard,
vs.
No 17 24.
J- P. Sheffield A James
■jtv M. Stamper.
|N this case by virtue of a writ of fieri facias
V issued from the District Court of the Par
iah of Catahoula, and to the Sheriff thereof
directed, I bave seiaed as tbe property ot
James M. Stamper, his undivied £d. interest
in tbe following described land lying on the
Ouachita River in this Pariah, being lots No
8 and 4 of Sec. No 6 and lots No 2 and 6
of Sec. No 7, township No 10 range 7 east,
together with, all improvements on the same,
said jjd bong 499 A8 100 acres, as shown by
deed from O. Mayo, recorded liber L. folias 4
and S and on
Saturday the 4th day of May next
within legal hours at the door of the Court
House in the town of Harrisonburg, I will
offer said land for sale for cash under benefit
of appraisement.
D. M. PRICHARD, Sheriff.
April S, 1861. Trs. fee 86.
LE.
SHERIFF S
N. C. Corb.*y, 1
vs: VNo. 1626.
Jay Boyer A Z. W. Holmes. )
T>Y virtue of a writ of fieri facias in the
" above entitled ease issued from the Dis
trict Court of the Parish of Catahoula, and
to the Sheriff of said Parish directed, I have
seize ! as the property of Jay Boyer, the
following land situate lying and being in
this Parish on Horse Pen Creek, being
S of S W^of Stc. No. 31, in Township
No. 7, North of Range No. 3 East containing
40 acres more or less, together with the im
provements on the same, and on
Saturday, the 4th day of Mag next.
within legal hours at the door oftlie Court
house iu the town of Harrisonburg, I will
offer the same for sale for what it will bring
on n credit of 12 months according to law,
D. M. PlilpHARD, Sheriff.
April 10th, 1861. I'rs. fee 818.
NOTICE.
persons sire hereby notified not to
C* trade for two certain prornisory notes
drawn bv the undersigned in favor of James
M. Stamper or order, each for the sum of
three thousand six hundred and sixty six dol
lars and sixty cfs. (3,666,60 100). The nates
bear date 9th November 1860, and were
made payable respectively as follows, the first
on the first of January 1862, and the second
on the first ot January 1863, bearing 8 per
cent interest. The consideration for which
these notes were given having failed I will
not pay the same without due recourse to
HORATIO MoLAlN.
Harrisonburg La, April 10th 1861.
7-40 3 t.
State or Louisiana,
Parish of Catahoula
11th District Court
Clerk's Office..
Succession of Charte» S. Mitchell, dee'd.
P II ERE AS Louisiana Mitchell has filed
her Application in the Clerk's Office of
the Eleventh District Court praying to be
'•A* ' ' ' ' '
therefore, NOTICE, is hereby given, that ua
less opposition be filed in this office, in writ
ing within TEN DAYS from the date here
of, said applicant will be appointed accord
ing to law. VVitress my hand and the; Seal
of said Court, this 8lh dav of April, A. D.
1861.
C. C. DÜKE, Clerk.
NOW RECEIVING!
m inm aad suxkms&,
a cartful I v selected stock of <
CLOTHING,
consisting of new styles of Silk mixed Cas
sitnere,
COATS.
PANTS
AND VESTS.
A large assortment of
FURNISHING GOODS.
UNDERSHIRTS,
DRAWERS AND
HALF HOSE.
SPRING SILKS,
Lyons Grenadines and Silk Tissuea.
NEW ORGANDY BABAGES.
FRENCH JACONET,
* FRENCH ORGANDIES.
•*—Aiao-r- :, u
Family Linen,
Table Linen,
V Towela,
ï Napkins, 1
Linen Sheeiing,
àc^ fro.
HOSIERY,
i
PLANTAT!
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ATI ON G t
GRQCÊtft _
e q W» p t e te a » » .6 r Jl.jDa i n t.
Hardware, Crockery, (
Cutlery ' ^ \
■;**;•* » .
_ _r A cordial invitation is extended the
publie to «Kamine for themselves.
«AMI dt SflWMAW.
March 2T. 1861. 7-88-S.u.
J^ Fot Lad^, Gentli-men and Children. |
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BOOTS AND SHOES.
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nounceIo t
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citiien» ,i
tha publie that lié* hon tien ________
arrisonbtiTÿC*,' «M dbitW worfcan
truatad to iih «ara will be promptly atten
ded to.
MM Price*
of finish or dura'
tHT His ihop is 1 on ....
House formerly occupied by Mr. Dish.
The publie era tneited to OOil. v
* WO ^A FBASJ.
, . M.B*% La. lfr»4fr »9, W9i;
workîn styl«
street in tbe
flittart ffiilUry.
Ambrotypcs, Melaneotypes, Photo
graphs, Ac,
® He undersigned, having
perm a non ly located
HARRIS ON BÜRO,
would respectfully inform the pub
lic and citizens of the parish that'he is at all times
ready to execute faithfully, and in a satisfactory
manner, any kind of work pertaimng to the above
hnawicaa ™
business.
Pictures taken at all times, without regard
to weather.
MINATURES PUT IN LOCKETS, RINGS, AO.
£fF* Particular attention given to taking (he
LIKENESSES CF. CHILDREN.
Persons desirous of having
CORPSE LIKENESSES TAKEN,
will be dronipUy waited upon, and perfect satisfnc
tion guaranteed in this department,
lie will at all times be found at the GALLERY,
which is in connection with his
STORE,
CORNER OF SICILY AND BROADWAY PT'S.
(near the new "Randolph Exchange.")
A cordial invitation is extended the public to
visit his rooms, as no pains will be spared to render
their stay agreeable. G. L ROSENBERGER.
Harrisonburg, La., March 6,1861. '7:3.5:1 y.
BRING YOUR GUNS
I AM NOW PREPARED FOR
J. carrying on the,GUN-SMITH
business. Prompt attention will
be paid to all work sent to my '
Shop.
C. U. FUGELÀAR.
Trinity, La., July 11, I860. vo!7no2,y
ÊUËCÎTONW POLICE . JÜUÔUST
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pUBLIC Notice is hereby given, that Polls
-*- will be opened nt the election precincts in
the several Police Jurv wards, Mentioned
below, on Monday the 13th dav of Mav next |
, . « i »I « e , 1 . ' t
being the 2nd Monday for the purpose of
eleding a member from each of said wards
lo serve in the Police Jurv oftlie Parish of |
Catahoula, for the time hereinafter stated—In
No 5, 6 7 9 11,12 and 13 for two years, and
in No 14 for one year from the 1st day of
June next.
JAMES G. TALIAFERRO, President.
NEGRO FC R SALE.
A No 1, cook and wash woman
is offeree! for sale on accommodating
terms. The gill is young, healthy and
acclimated. k?Iio is a g. od seaintrcss
ironer.
For particular* applv to
I. SHIÆNKER & BRO.
Harrisonburg Li, April lOlh, 1861.
7 40-t f.
and
NOTICE.
Wnirs Sclphub Springs,
Catahoula, La
■ jvTIIE UHdersigncd respectfully
^begs leave t<F inform the public
in genem!, and hi* old friends in
particular, (hat he has lately purchased the
EVANS HOUSE.
at the WHITE SULPHÜR SPRINGS,
which he has entirely renovated and furn
ished with neat and new furniture, and pre
Dared everything in general for the accom
i notTO i ft ' hAfTO^ i ewy rT B't r iB 1 iHHUi gtwrr
ally, who may wish to visit that weii-knowu
place for amusement and recreation during
(he coming season. His Table will at all
times be supplied with the best that can be
obtained in the market. His rooms are large
and comfortably furnished. His Bar will at
all times be supplied with the choicest wines,
liquors end cigars; and he will i:i a few day*
have up « new and splendid Billiard Table.
It may not be amiss, for the information
of those who are not acquainted, to say, that
the Evans House is situated on a beautiful
rising ground, about one hundred yards Noflh
Of the White Sulphur Springs, situated in
the Parish of Catahoula, State of Louisiana,
and ahont twenty-five miles from Alexan
dria, and thirty-three from Harrisonburg,
iii the public road leading from Natchez by
Alexandria to Texah, and is located in the
high and healthy pine woods, about one half
mile from Trout Creek, where the finest of
trout-fishing will afford the greatest amuse
ment for those who wish to amuse themselves
in that way. • The undersigned acknowledges
his gratitude to Ins old friends and the pub
lic in general for the patronage bestowed up
on him during the time he done business at
the White Sulphur Springs Hotel, and earn
estly solicits a liberal share of patronage
at the Evans Bouse, where he will be always
ready and willing to receive and accommo
date all who may favor him with a call.
JOSEPH P. WARD.
April 12, M0. ___ 6:42:tf.
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NEW ORLEANS
M ED IO Ah NOTICE!!
IT IS INFALLIBLE ! ! !
R. LEROY'S FRENCtT MIXTURE FOR THE
| % $°§&hr*1 Disease*,^nd
those «fie étions solely.—TO
THE PUBLIC.—Seventeen
years trial of this Mixture in
■ an ex tensive practice iu Ne w Orleans «h (ullyAekted
ita powers and removed those prejudices which
physicians and the public generally'have against an
advartised medicine, by its invariable, success in ail
Urethral Diseases, auch at Gonorkhpia, Chronic
Gonorràhœa, Gleet, Spasmodic Strictures, Neural,
gia of the bladder and Urethra, Affection of the
Kidneya,, Incontinence of the Urine, Whites, Ac.
NOTICE.-tiNo Nausea, no Exposure, no Odor to the
breath, no detention from business, and but little
restriction as tf diet; it is purely vegetable, and
ONE BOTTLE genernily cures in fr.ra THREE to
BIGHT DAYS.
Price per Bottle |3
ty frylfflitfliettl, tad be convinced.
H tMld be well in obstinate eases of Gonor
ralxM and Gleet, té use in connection with the
Mixture, our UAMPHOftATKD BELLADONNA
INJBUTIQff. ' ~ C ' ^ ; '
For ssle'by the principal Druggiet* in the United !
States and British Provinces.
Preparod bv ALF. DONNAUD, Chem;»t,
■t the "Southern Motlieal House" 118 Cor tru
delet street, sout proprietor in Anverics.
The genuine article esn he hfld of BRUNER
A SHLENKKR, Furmervilfe afro ofSHLEN
K ER A BRO., sole ajjents for Hnirisonburg,
80, I860.
B¥B, SMITH A TOWNSRND '
Importer« (M Jobbers of Staple ft Fancy
DRT GOODS
Ne*. 17 ê 19 Pilwi Street, New York.
Theif Inuÿ conuoetiöa wkh the Southcin
■nd South-western Trade enables them to;
present udvuntflges to bujer* from these
fors executed foithfolly wwf promptfo.
REGULAR OUAOH1T
WEfcKL
PACKET
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route, and the traveling community may ich upon
punctuality to time ns advertised.
TEM'KKAH,
CAPT. HENRY F. STEWART,
WILL.fronlfcis «Inte until a permanent rise oftlie
1 1 river, uiK weekly trips between Harrisonburg
and New
Orleans, on Saturday,
v^^Jarrisonburg, " Tuesday.
Every atflUtiou will be given all business on the
Harrisonburg, La., Oct. 31, I860.
7-18-tf.
BUILT EXPRESSLY F OS. THE
NEW ORLEANS, MONROE AND TUE.TON
W KERRY PACKET TRADE.
***•" fa* Schedule time of the Zîcw
Steamer
J. F. PARGOUD,
JOHN W, TOBIV Coitini:ti:d(>r
LEAVES NEW ORLEANS
EVERY SATURDAY AT 5 O'CLOCK, 1*. M.
ARRIVES AT TRENTON
MONDAY KVF.NIN'G.
DESCENDING :
Monroe
do
12
do
51
Pine Bluffs
do
5
do
P M
Castor Landin
g do
6
do
P M
Columbia Wednesday
10
do
A M
llanisonburg
(lo
11
do
A Al
Trinity
do
1
do
P M
Passes down lilack River Wednesday
evening, ffb do 'i he Const Thursday.
Arrives in New Oilcans Thursday evening.
Dec 5,1860. ds.
TO THE LADiES
Oh HA Jilt ISON BURG AND ENVIRONS.
BANDOLINA! BANDURINA!! BANDOLINA!!!
PREPARED OIL OF PAI.Jl AND ^
Mace, and Spirits of Boxwood, '
jl jiace, ana u* ******* wu f '
.Rosemary and Cantharides, perfumed / '/if-'
with Ambcrcris and Rose Geranium/ ff J
A Remedy for Baldness; also J
darken, softea and t ic - r n t ie ,ur,
and prevent it fiomturuing gray, tins
. 1
is one of the most efficacious and elegant prepara
tions for the hair now extant ; it is carefully preput
ed by a chemist, and can be relied upon.
Over 9000 tlisks have been sold in New Orleans
and Mobile in one month, in fact, no toilet table is
now considered complete with ou' it.
For sale by SHLENKF.lt & BRO.,
Harrisonburg, La.,
BRUNER A SIILENKER,
Famerviile, La.,
A. A S. SnLENKER,
Trinity, La
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NA T CITEZ d' MONROE MAIL LINE
the UNDERSIGNED fx
'JjS^ISsjfe^beg leave to inform m&sfäfä k
traveling public SSLiSSSASSB
that the facilities of travel on this route are now
complete, and that.prompt and comfortable tian*
portation can at all times be had. The 'KES1IEN A'
Iiaving undergone thorongh repair*, and the cabins
enlarged, affords every convenience for passengers
She leaves Harrisonburg daily, except Sundays, at
7 o'clock, A. M., and couuecta with the stage for
Vidalia at Brushy Bayou. Large and commodiou*
four-horse Coaches are employed on the route. The
roads are in excellent repair—reliable teams and
trustworthy drivers will be in attendance, and no
pains will be spared to render the journey expedi
tious and agreeable. 1VM. STANSBERRY,
Proprietor of the Line from Harrisonburg to
Natchez.
Harrisonburg, La., Mar. 14, 'G<V—C—38—y.
BΆFF RIVER AND NEW ORLEANS
REGULAR EIGHT DAY PACKET,
B. F. Goodwi.y, .....Masfer.
Fkeesi A Dorset*, - - - j* Cleiks.
Passengers and shippers arc respectfully informed
that this entirely newj and comfortable bout
take her place permanently in the above trade, on
the first rise of water.
A share of patronage is solicited, and satisfaction
guaranteed to those traveling, or entrusting^their
business on the boat.
S3F The "Frolic" will go into Bayou
Louis on » very alternate trip.
Nov. 21, i860. 7-21-ds.
D. BEATTY,
DENTIS 7,
W ILL visit the Parishes of Catahon
la, Concordia, Tensas, Franklin raSglg-rijja
and Ouachita four times a year.— '^*-UTlD
All persons wishing his services will address him
at Trinity, La. oct 3d'60 7:14:tf
B. M Jb E. A. WHITLOCK é CO.,
WRORTERS and WHOLESALE
■kpOCERS, NEW YORK.
To Menants, Druggists, and Hold Pro
prietors.
T O those with whom we ha« not already the
pleasure of doing business, we respectfully so
licit a trial and examination of our importatians
stock and prices.
We keep nothing but pure and satisfactory
goods, and aim to deal liberally and only with re
liable hotffes.
The huger our sales, the lower fre can make the
prices, and the larger our importations the lower
the CQ*t to us in Europe, together with advanta
ges in securing preferred vintage*, &c.
In the experience of twenty years we have
spared no pains to procure the most desirable
goods, direct fiom producers, both abroad and at
home, and the variety, extent, and richness of our
stock mny be tested by ordering whatever the con
sumer may require in our line, and we will guaran
tee Igtinst anv disappointment.
Our assortment is always complete in
Brautlics, Wines, Li que urcs,
Ales,; Cordial.«, Syrups,
Bitte», Sauce«, Sogar*.
Tobaccos, Tea».
And cbwice Family and Plantation Supplies
Generally.
Shell Goods—Liqueur Department.
W« litre a very large assortment of
BOTTLED GOOfoS,
Imported exclusively for ourselves, with foreign
stamps also put up by ourselves in voit handsome
styles, and bramis copyrighted and trade marks
8ecdrod, and brands copyrighted and trade marks
secured, and at prices lower than can be bottled,
except with the facilities that we have perfected.
m
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except with the facilities that we have perfected.
Premium Creuwnt Cabinet Champagne.
from Messrs. Itumart perc et tils., Rents.
This wine we receive rug ilarlv and it t* steadily
! most costly champagnes; in order to n traduce it
wo sell at'prices trifle less tha.. the Heidaiek.
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growing in favor with ths "jest judges and all who ;
try it. It is uudoubtcdljr equal ia quality to the 0
NewYcrk, Ms/ 29, 1859.
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combined qualities of—
1. Being firmly set in a stror-g iron frame.
'2. Using only the best Eient-h Burr Stones.
3. Running the lower stone, which, being fast
on the spindle, can never come in contact with its
fellow, to be injured by running empty.
4. Having no bush to get loose.
6. Having no driver and rind to make it choke.
6. Having its spindle in one piece, from bridge
tree to hopper-bearer.
.Some of these mills have run nine years w ithout
having the stones dressed.
Eighteen, twenty-two, twenty-six, anil thirty
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70 Gravier Street. New Orleans.
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To Planter« :u:d tvhoui ft may
concern,
ANIEL EDWAËDii is now prepared to c»c
cute with peculiar facilities, at
bis establishment, Nos. 28, 3U and
32 New Levee, and 37, 38 anu 41
Fulton streets, New Orleans, Iron, Copper. Tin. j
Sheet Iron, Brass Moulding, Finishing, uni! Black- j
smith Work. I
This establishment, in the following described I
work, challenges compétition :
Chimneys, Breeching, S;i!s,
Juice Boxes, Fire Beds, A-h Pans,
Clarifiers, Kiltefers, Heaters.
Copper, Tin and Pmvter Worm«, fur Distil
leries; and Sheet-Iron Pipe.
[yty- Planters and others interested would do j
well to call and examine my Stkam Trains for the ;
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manufacture of Sugar, before pm chasing elsewb
They have been in operation many year*, and give
universal satisfaction. Parties leaving order» may
rely upon their execution with the utmost dispatch.
DANIEL EDWARDS.
Nos. 28, 30, and 32 New I.evec, aud 37, 39 ar.d 4a
^UniTkiIsity g f* x AsI i Y i ll Y k '
MILITARY COLLÈGE.
J. Berrien - Lindslky, M.D., D.D., Chancellor ol
the University, and Professor of Chemistry and
Geology.
"
Col. B. U. Johnson, Superintendent of the Military
College and Professor of Engineering.
James F. Hamilton, A.M., Professor of Mathemat
ics, Natural Philosophy and Astronomy.
J. H. Stewart, A.M., Professor of Greek and Latin
Languages and Literature.
F. L. J. Thtssexs, A.M., Professor of French and
Drawing.
G. S. Black;e, A.M., M D., Professor of Bota.-i y and
Natural Ilistorv.
b „ t «• n « . „ „ . ... j
Rev J. J Royte A.M. M.D., Professor of Men
tel and Moral Philosophy, and Biblical Liter.- :
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Engincenug, French, Spanish Gerumn, Drawing ;
mk'keeping and Fencing, each $lt) per Term of
turc. C. K. Winston, Surgeon.
The F irst Term of the next Academic Year*
conrtnenees on the 26th of -September, and the Sec
cond Term, 14tli of February.
Tuition. Boarding, Washing, Fuel. Rooms and
Servant attendance, $10t> per Term.
Book
twenty weeks.
The
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cut fie and Class,eal Scholarship nil l,e mam amed,
and every facility afforded those who deair- to pur- :
sue a partial cruise. Besides the four regular i
College Classes, there is alse a Preparatory Clas«.'
Studei.ts under 14 years of age will not be admit j
ted.
By the aid of Military Discipline, effective gov
ernment is established, and health, physical culture ;
;ood order, and industrious habits are promoted.
For Catalogues, or additional information, apply
to any Member ol the Facultv, Nashville Tennessee
Feb. 21, 1859. ' 44-ly.
COOPER'S WELL,
Hinds County, Mississippi.
This favorite place of resort is always
in readiness for the reception of guests.
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The water is recommended by the Medical Fee- ]
ulty for the cure of the following diseases, to wit : ;
Chronic Diarrhea, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Chlorosis, ]
Diabetes, Gravel, and General Debility.
Inman Williams,
4G-y Proprietor.
STEPS TO VV A K D il K A V EN
STEPS TO VV A K D il K A V EN ;
OB, ,
Religion in t'omnioii 7 .if«*: '
WRITTEN by T. S. Ar.mrft, tF.c well-known
■ ' autiior, of whom it lias been truly said. "Tha'
dying, he ha» not written a vont hewonld whh t<
crate." Ilis graphic pen never tires, mid in this
new volume we perceive that he is still successful
ly laboring to benefit w hile he pleasi s, and whilt
he enchains with master hand the attention of iiicu.
d in rhF
to make them better. This is more decidedly re
ligious than his other works, though it is* not
doctrinal nor «celai fan. It is a work well calcula
ted to do good, and is designed to show that the
beauties and endeaimoiit* of Christianity are to be
developed amid (ho etern realities of 'jverr-dav
life, "and ml *r> Ire "v,t aside at tbe tranquil Vio-i
0 fSabbath evening."
433 Cimstnut 'Ried
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i'ublislisd by G. G. Kran»,
Philadelphia, Price 91 Ort.
G. G. EVANS, PnhllsVcv.
439 Chestnut Street; Philadelphia, P«.
Feh. 29, 1 ?«0.
IATHROPJ: IXfJ^JXSON,
NO. SO BEEKMAN STREET, NEW YORK
Importers and Joibcr* in
Fiiescp, Of. it mar, Enclibii A American
FANCY GOODS.
sretr as
[po^b*, Buttons, Brushes, Jewelry,
Perfumery, Musical lustrum cuts.
Wood and Willow Ware, Ac., Ac.
which their facilities enable them lo offer on the
mort favorable tei ms. Si-Cm.
C iAMPBEI.L A CO., Deiiiers ij Muss, Curie
', Hair. Feather», Mattrosacs, Bending, etc.
- 175 Canal Eticct. New Oilcans.
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iîlcrcliuut» nut! riaufcr*
ibscriber has on hand and is constantly re
ceivingn large and complete assortment of Pbiladil
pliia manufactured Plantation a ia >oad Wagon* for
horses and oxen, cane and othercarts, Dravs, Tun
her Wheels, Ox fcr~P , darts, Wheels,
Jcrsi y Wagons, f } Baggage Wag
ions, Trucks, and aSStsS&f StP& i &t W hcelban-owa
of al, kinds, and ail other articles in tl.e line, mads
of the best materials and workmanship, warranted
•o be «uperioi to airy other manufacture, for rale oi
l any ether establish
it to their interest to
elsewhere.
ILSON,
ew Orleans.
DAN U) G.
II of.he
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^e\v (h'liütipi ^cisuoi of Medicine
Situated on Common street, opposite Gie Charit
Hospital.
THE regular C urse of Lecture* in this Instilu
1 tion will commence on MONDAY, the l./'h
November, 18G", ami continue ttvcnlv weeks.
E A C U L TY .
ERASMUS D. FENNER. M. Tb. Professor of The
ory and Practice of Medicine.
ANTHONY A. PE'NISTON, M. D , Professor of
Piiv.-'ioTogy.
AUSTIN FLINT, M. P., r.of. of Clin. Med. and
Auscultation and Percussion.
"AMPEL CIIOPPIN, M. D., i'rofessor of Snrger-.
ISAAC E. CRAWCÜÜR, M. I»., Professor of Clu.
mistrv and Jurisprudence.
HOWARD SMITH, M. 1)., Professor of Materia
Medina and Therapeutics.
JOHN M. W. I'ICTON, M. P., Professor of Dig"»
ses of Women and Children.
D. WARREN BRICKELL, M. P, Professor of
Obstetrics.
CORNELIUS C. BEARD, M. I)., Professor of
Anatomy.
J. F. GRALL, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
Tfie Dis*cc*ii'g Rooms will be opened on the
I'll; ot October. Clinical instruction will be given
d.-dlv in the ward- of the Charity Hospital, and
three times a week at tVe College Dispensary,
where the patients number about one hundred a
week. The distinguished abilities of Prof. A.
Flint, both as a lecturer and writer on Clinical.
Medicine, will I'.cre find an admirable field for
display.
The Professors will take pleasure in aiding the
Students to procure clieao and comfortable board
and lodging.
Amount of Fees for the full Course of Lec
tures - $108 0 )
5 00
10 00
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, Jfarticu'ation Feo (paid hut once)
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Dissecting Fe
Graduating Fe
For anv further information, address
E. D. FENNER, M. D„
Dean of the Faculty,
No. 5 Carondelet street.
New Orleans April I860."
' iifgii millfu's nlVv work!
JUST PUBLISHED.
THE CRUISE OF THE BETSEY!
OR.
A Summer Ramlde among the Fossiliferous Depos
: t* of tbe Hebrides. With IUuiu.es or a Geol
ogist : or, Ten Thousand Miles over the Fossili
ferous Deposits of Scotland. By the late Hugh
Miller. 12mo. pp. 524, cloth £1,25.
Nearly the whole of a large edition of this work
has been exhausted by orders iu advance of publi
cation. Nothing need be said of it save that it
possesses the same fascination for the reader that
NEW ANT) ENLARGED EDITION OE TU L
OLD RED SANDSTONE!
12mo., cloth, $1,25.
This edition is reprinted from the last Edinburg
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This edition is reprinted from the last Edinburg
edition und Contains over one hilirdml
matter fiotn ike pun
It contains also several new plates an
an appendix of new notes, while the oid plate»
have teen re-engraved and improved.
New editions of the author's other work*, viz:
" My Ecliool* and School Masters," " Footprints of
the Greater," " Testimony of the Rocks," and
" First impressions of England," may now be had
either separately or in uniform sets.
GOULD A LINCOLN,
Aug. 25 59 Washington Street, Boston.
" ÎU T'sOUT'H 0AliULIN 1AN.
puBLfenED
DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY.
'IT1IS weil-ktow.i journal is respectfully offeieii
j 1 to the mercantile coninJunitv as a proper i
cic , e for their advertisements. Having the larg
: tirculation ofaay pit p er in the State out of Chari
to the mercantile community as a proper ve
gea
paper in the Mate onto! Charles
j ton, and many subscribers in the neighboriu
States, it is their Interest to publish in it.
The political views of the Carolinian are well
known. Devoted to the Union as a means to an
end, it would have it administered as was intended
i bv its founders, with a strict adherence to its con
; ^tjtutionnl provisions ; but believing as we do that
nar * llt : n
1 the paramount interest of the South is sectional,
we advocate the Union of the South as her essen
; iaî intcrest . lf the South is united, she can enjoy
, itv h or independence out of the Uniou.
: St ' rict /onst.uction of Federal and State Coustitn
i
tions ; political and religions rights to all.
The Latest NewSj by telegraph and the mails, is
carefully selected for its column*. The wholesale
!'prices current and a full market report arc pub
lished weekly.
Subscriptions S6 and 84 per annum in advance.
Ik W. GIB RES, Proprietor.
Columbia. S. 0.
Philadelphia Saddlery Warehouse
SIGN ov the golden iiokseueaii.
No. 6 Magazine »Irret, and No. 47 Canal »[reel.
M AGF.E & KNEADS, Manufacturera and fàjÆ.
Importers of Saddlery and Saddlery
Hardware, Harness, Trunks, Carpet Bag«, Ac.;
] Leather, Materials and Findings for Saddlers, Coach,
; Trunk, and Shoemakers, comprising one of the lar
] gest and mo3t complete assortments to bo found in
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Ploughs.—C arey, Dudley, and Peacock Houghs,
of every description and size.
Regalia. —I.O.O.F., Masons,and S. ofT. Regalia,
ai d Paraphernalia of every description ; the largest
most complete assortment to be found in the.
aited States.
INDIA RUDDER ntl.TIKO, paoxins, Ac.
Magee A Kncass aro the principal agents for the
Boston Belting Company, for the side ol india rubber
belting ar.d packing for steam joints and boilers ;
Uose of every size, togetlmr with all description« of
India Rubber Goods, which they offer at the lowest
merket rates.
,ook for the large horse standing in th«
door No. C Magazine street. Sept. 1st, '60.
Ynlunblt! Scrnrilj* for Book« Ac.
Thousands, or ten. a, or eveu hundreds of thou
sands, insured during one's life-time, by tha
outlay of fifty dollars or upwards.
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I sale of the ALUM PATENT FIRE-PROOF
' SAFE, made by Messrs. Valentine A Butler, of
New Y oik ; and the EXCELSIOR FIRE PROOF
■ SAFE, made by Messrs. Beard k Brother, of St.
j Loui*. Both of the firms furnish conclusive testi
limony, emanating fern disinterested parties ol
the highest standing and founded upon accidental
! tents, of the reliablability of tneir respective safes,
j They have also instructed the subscriber to facili
; teto such experiment« here a* will serve to d<>
; moustrute the fuc and thief proof capacity of their
■ safes, in comparison with those (if any and all other
articles having a good reputation in this market.
j Tosfimcuiais of the achievement* of the Aiuin an l
I the Excelsior ria'hs will be furnished by those who
' will visit or address the undersigned. His invraie,
ble practice oi having but one scale of p. ices for all
■ customers, and of selling as rciialfio only such ar
ticles a« he believe to be en, wifi, he car not doubt,
enable him ta retain that generous confidence
among purchasers which lie has enjoved upwards
of fifteen years. ISAAC BRIDGE,
91 Magazine street, NewOrieansw
Mar 9, '59.
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