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CdABVER & d DD-,TH,
(Corner Front and. Waashington streets,)
DRY ' GOODS,
GOROCE1RIES, flARD-WVARE, &e.,
ge2*Liberalo advances made on Cotton.
i t! tches, January 16. 1868.
afip-i. l vt wiShout j.odging, can
RED1 '.ii Du St L~treot. .For terms, apply
'AIWH :t WIOIJBRIE8,&I ,
w! i;,' -:Washington streets
S" ef idvapdns made on olsigdwuonta Cotton
tide h' ro ja n9.y
:. JTST ?U . RVEOEIVZD,
t.f" uaranteed perfectly. Fua and Puas; and of
palvslMrkI w atmodeate priee,. Ct Dr'. P.
IRlD A' . DrAg Stoe, opposite Burke Walms
Iq astihngtoe srpet, Natchitoches. Le
r' criptions carefully p- t up on the shortest
pPq psr ny kour of the 1)ayeor Night
, t. v.try-effuet will ia uaed to give roli ratisfaction
to. thepublic, generally. Call and see for our
si'w,: MLirk well that it is at Dr. P. BI TDA'S
Drug Store. opposite Burke & Walmsley's.
.... tia itoems, January 6, 1868.
Sr$fRI T'S SALE.
SBu.ry W. Faley, .et al. District Court,
DIvid Pipes. No.6661.
vsloo . lo. "GG,7.
DavdrPnes. * ) Parish of Natchitoshes.
y vii rtue of writs orf fcri" Jaiias issued in the
F3.above entiMtd " and numbered cases. to me
'addressle, I have seized and will iffvr for sale at
~iubic auiction, to. the last and highest bidder,
b,:fo.,are.tly '.oirtliossq. door in the ''ownu and
Paiisrh or Natc!hiloches. on
Saiirtx'), stat day of Febrzuary,1i868,
the oll i leseiibied property, sized as the
"ropr oJ.f findaut. David Pipes, via,:
S'l'ho in at:tion situated in the Parish of Natch
itoclhqi on the right bank dh'scentding of that portion
of R Lt. Rliver known as the R:golet iovndicu, now
'oeeiiidL by the defend;ant. l)a.'id Pipes, and bor
'n.rl ' own as the "Cookfield .Place," contaninig
ib'ut ".le Tlhosusn. d A est.imIre or less, together
with all the buildings and inuprovements thereon.
TEItMS A.DI CONDirlos OF BAlE:
Casls, with the benefit of appraisement.
JAS. U. HlUG11J S,
December' 31st, 18G7. Sheriff.
SHIFIIFF'S S.I al .
Dzrsnaw (Oitu:T--L'A rLail OF NATOIiITOCIIFS.
.8.ppehi, No 5823.
W. R'pi:sl.' and R!obt. Waggoner.
S)y virtue of :1 execution to me directed in the
- I. abwve ni'it'et and numbered case, I have
seize I and wil ex.pose I;,r saitco the highest bidder
't t'he Critrt -House door, in t:e town and parish
of Naichitochlis, at 12 at.. on
8ratterd/y.~ 1',t day of February, 1S68,
the f ,ilowi,; dde ;riltl I-rncrl'ty, seiz "d "o the pro
-.irfy'6r th; d lfendantt, Robert VN';ggoner, to xit:
A ce't::aiu tract of laind sitated ilear I! ack
L-iker? il the parish of Natchito.hes, containing
Isiglt.v'(PO) acres; togtther with all the improve
in ,lijs'thbreon; and beine the same on wh:eh the
dece dFl HI. 1. Iius ett resided, and purchased by
tiae deen:edaut, PRotert W a;gonr, at the succession
Aile' of lthe uaid i3as.Jeit, deceased.
l'emqns of sale - Casts subject to t'te appraie
ment to be made.
J. C. IIUGIIES,
I)eceifiber 81, 1867. Sheriff.
VENI'E DE I1EItIF.
Coca DR lSatOrT--'A1tOis, DMS NATrcIrrOCHES.
L.. Oppenheisa No. 5823.
costre No. 5823.
H. Raphael et Robt Waggoner.
Et vertu d'un ordre d'ecccution a mol adresse
dans le ca- ci-do:.sus nomme et eunmerote,
'ani sauie et otfrirai en vente au plus haut et der
nticr epherisseur a In porte de Isa nmison de Cour
dans la villa ot paroiese dca Natchitoehis a midi.
SSasedi. o leer jour de Fewvrier, 1868.
a prolpriete ctinpres decrite saisk comme ctanut l
propricte du defendant l:obert \Wagogner, Eavoir:
tin ceGtain morecam de terrm situe pros du Lac coir
Hliusn la paroi-se ldes atchlitoches cntenant quatre
ring.ts (t80) acres ninsi que toute cs ameliorations
hlti s'y trouvent, ctant le irtme sur lequel B. LI.
Th;ssett residait et rlui fut achete'par It dledancnt
Robirt 1Vaggoner a nla succession do dit Bassett
TRRMIR ET CONDITIONS DE l.A ISKTI.
AAu'Comptant: sujette a lestinmatiou qui en
J. R. HUGHES,
SDec. 31, 1067" Sherif.
SHEIRILFF'S SA LE.
District Court-Parish of Natchitoches.
vs. . No. 66O04.
S8Jw~ard B. Fleming, )
Simeou M. lHart, .
v•s. No. C520
h s. o. 6649.
BY virtue of three writs olfieri facs, issued by
D the Honorable District Court in and for the
ParTsh of Nat, hitoches, and to me directed, in the
above ~ntitled alnd numberced suits. I have seised
an] will offer for sale, to the last and highest bid
Satu s.y, 1st day ot February, 1868,
between the nsual hours of sale, at the do ,r of the
Cortl house, in the town and Parish of Natebito
cheu the following described piroperty, seized as
thterpperty ofthe defendant, va:
A cetain tract of land, lying and being situated
ith the Parash of Natchitoches, on the lelt bank of
Old Rivet aslacendng. aboat four miles above the
town of Canmpte, bounded as follows; on the west
by Lois May, East by Ben Fredieu, north by
Old River and on the South by lands, owned by
E. B. Fleaming an his wife, Julia Bordclon, in
commonlty tv and half arpents front on Old
fltvw ·mdtfrtL~ arpents in depth, containing one
hundred.arypnts, m(ore or less. Also,
A c~rtilon 0 plee of land, situated in the
-'obWOn tfR t boneded as follows: on the
dqut ~ by 1y lby sd belougingto
Pr)ineis h6bblea, .outh and West by lands
ow~od Iy E. f. FPleita sad hi wife, Julis Bord
!On, l conmmnary, e t ba m arpent, more or
less, (rith altl mpeme thereon, consisting
oft aew tore house.
e1: with thebemdtnet a.p pasabt
Dee ,ber 3 31stk, l . •S r.
The State OCqtitutional Convention now in
- Session, having passed an Ordinance levying
a l'ax of. one inill upon the dollar on all 'iTax
able property to pay the expenses of said C'on\-en
tion, and being directed by the Auditor to proceed
immediately to collect said Tax, I hereby notify
the Tax-Payers of the Parish of Natchitoches to
pay said Tax immediately in the legal currency ol
the United States, or I will employ the summary
remedies n6ow given by law for the collection of
J. C. HUGHES,
Sheriff & Tax Collector,
Parish of Natchitoches.
January 9th, 1868. 80ds
Daniel Brown, executor of last will and testament
of Mahala Sprowl, deceased. vs. Hlardy Bryan,
WViliam WYche and Janies D. Blair, executor
of last will and testament of John J. Bla:r,
deceased. District Court, parish of Natchi
toches, No. 6263.
y virtue of a writ of fier: facds, issued by the
Honorable District Court in and for the pa
rish of Natchitbches, in the above entitled and
pRnwbered suit, I have seizes and will offer for sale
at public auction, for Cash, before. the door of the
Court-hotuse, in the town and Parish of Natcht
toehes, to the last and highest bidder. on
Saturday, 1st day of February, 1868,
ti-e following property situated in the parish of
Nateblitoches, seized as the property of the defend.
arnts Hardy Bryan and Wilalam Wyche, deceased,
That cetain Piantation, or. tract ofland adjudi
cated to John T. Gilmer on the 5th day of Janua
ry, 1860. at the sale of the Succession effects of
Mahala Sprowl, deceased; situated.in the Parish
of Natchitoches on the north bank of Red River
in township eleven, range nine, west, in sections
five, eight, nine and ten, and containing, as per
plat of survey, Sevwn Hundred and Eighty Acres
of Land as described in the proces verbal of sale in
said Succession, of which the following part was
sold to William Wyche by John T. Gilmner by act
of sale belore Thomas H. Pits, Recorder of Cad
do Parish; viz :
The west halt of north west quarter and the east
half of southeast quarter of srction five, township
eleven. range nine, west; containing One Hundred
and Sixty Acres; and of which the following part
was sold by the said Gi!mer to Hfardy Bryan by
public act before the same Recorder. to-wit: All
of section nine, east of Red River, the northwest
quarter of the northwest quarter of section ten,
and about fifty acres in the toutheast cobrn:r of
section eight on the east side of the River. all in
township eleven, north of range nine, west; con
taining Six Hundr:d and Twenty Acres, together
with all the bailding and improvements on all said
TFICRIS AND CONDITIONS OF SALF.
Cas, with the benefit of appraisement.
JAS. C. HIUG:IES,
December 31st, 1867. Sheriff.
VENEi''E DE iHEIRIP.
Daniel Brown El-ecuteur du dernier testament de
.Maubala Sprowl, ddtdide, coutre Ilaidy Bryan,
Wil\liam %\yche et James B. Blair, Exec
uteur du dernier testamennt de Jean J. Blair,
decade. 9me Cour de Dstrict. Etat de la IoM
isiane-Paroisse des Natchitoches. No. 6263.
EN vertu d'uu writ de fieri facias, emis et a mloi
adressc par l'llonorable C. ur de District
luns et pour la Paroisse des Natchitoches, dans le
proces ci-d3sus nomme et numerote, j'ai saisi et
offlirai en vente a I'encan publique d la porte de In
maison de Cour dans la villeat l'aroissc des Nat
chitoches, au comptant, an plus haut et dernier en
-aantedi le ler Four de Fevrler 1868.
In piopriete suivance, situee dans Ia paroisse des
Natchitoches, et saisie comnue etant la propriete
des defendants hardy Bryan et William WNyeho
Cut e certaine plantation on morccau de terre
adjuge ft ,Jean T. (;i!nrr le im n juur de Jar.vir
I a60 la rlvent does efiicts de la suceession de Ma
hala -prowl dccedce, situe dans la paroisse de
Natci+hitoces sur Ia tire Nord de la Rivicre
Rcuec dans le Tl'ownshipu Onze, de la itangee Neuf
Ouest, dans les Wections Cinq. Huit, Veut' et Dix
et conetnaut d'apres Ic plan d'arpentage Sept cent
qluatre-vingts acres de terre, d'apres la description
dun le proces verbal de vente dans la dite succes
sion, de quel le mnereean suivant fut vendu v
1William Wyche par Jean T Gilmer par acte de
vente pasece par devant Thomas H. k'itts Recor"
dour daus I l 'urois.se des C(ddo, savoir: Ia omoitie
Ouest du quart Nord-Ouest t Ia snoitie Est du
:nart Sud-ist. de la Section ciuq, du Township
Oze,de ia leiagee ncuf Olest, cobtenrant cent
soixcaute acres; et du quel la portion suivante fut
vendue par le (lit ilhner a Hardy Bryan par acte
pubiique passes par, dcvant nl mimne Recordeur,
:vuir-; 'Ionute Ia section Ncrza l'Est dela Itivicre
Rouge, le quart Nord-Onest du quart Nord-Ouest
de In section Dix. et environ cinquante acres dans
le coin Suld-Est de la section Iluit sur le cote Est
de la Riviere, le tout dand le l''ownhip Onze
Nord. de Ia lia uagee ncuf Ouest, co.,teaunt Six
cent vin.t acrers, ailesi que toute's les bAtises et
auteliorati,.us qui se tr,ut'eut sur lea dites terres.
TKRMFI- ET C"INDITIrG, DE I.A VEYTE.
Au Comptanat: avec le benefice d'cstima
JAMES C. HIUG[IE .
Dec. 31st, 1867. Sherif.
VENTIE DE SIllERIP'.
Courde I)istrict-l'aroIsec des Natchitoches.
Alexandre A rmstrong
cnntre. No. 6604.
Edonard It. Fleming.,
Simeon M. Hlart
contre. 'No. 6520.
Louis Marcy 3
S conisl;e. . No. 6649.
EN vertn d'nn aordre do feri facias emis par
I'Honorable Courde Distaict dans et pour Ia
paroisse des VNatchitoches et a moi adrepse dana
les proces ci-dessus nommes t et numerotes, j'ai
saisi et offriai ea vente au plus heat et dernier en
Samedi, le Ier. lenar de Ferrier, 1868.
entre ks heres ordina res de verte, laI porte de
la maison de Cour dans la ville et paroise des
Natchitoebes la propriete ci apres decrite saisie
comre et at Ia propnrete du defendant, savoir:
Un certain moreea te terre, sitne dans I
paroisedes Natchitoches sur Ia rive gaucehe de Ia
vicille Riviere en remontant a environ quatre
miles au-dessns de ia ville de Campte, borns eom
me il suit & I'Oue t par lee terra de Louis Marcy
a l'Est par Ie terres de Ben Fredicen, an Nord par
la vieille Riviereet ant ud par des teres appar
tenant & H. B. Fiemingoet a femnme Julia Borde
Ioaen eemnmmunante. aynat dena arpenta et demi de
face mr la ieille Riviere et mne profoedeur de
quarante arpente, contemaut entviron coat arpents
ples on mois.
Aussi; Un certain moreean on lot de terre,
sitne daes a ville le Campte et borne stnai qu'il
suit, an Sad plr la Riviere Reoge, a I'ist par an
morcean de terre appertenant a Franuois Ron
bien. an Nord et a I'Onest par des terres appart
rar.t a H. B. Floming et a itmme Julia Bordleon
nooma~.snate, ontemaant on arpent plus on
moias, avec toate ls e amelioration qui a'7 tron
rent consistant en un magasin de depot, nouveauo.
'mras s5r cOrDomoaes DR LA vaara.
AnuCobtant : arcal benefiee d'estima
Dec. 81st, 1847. Sharif
L. ELDaIDGE, P. KLVDrDo,
IA as P. ELDRIDGRE,
COTTONF FA CTORS,
C00MISSION IBD lANTS,
41 Teheoupitoslsa street, N !O.
Sc~IAll Ordere promptly e,cated.
OF ARRIXVALS AND Do.PA'tTURS OF NLAIIS AT TFIE
NATCJITLCLICU POST OFCFICB.
SeUDAYs-Alexandria and Shrereport, 4 P. u
MJCoDA--Nacogdocnh=:, Cexas, 5 P. x.
'I'TSDA;s-Mindeo and \Vinfield, 6 P. u.
WVxoesDAYs-Alexandria and Shreveport, 4 r. x.
TjusonD 's.--Nacogdoches, 5 P.m.; Wiunfield, Pr.M.
FaxDYrs-Alexandria and Shreveport, 4.r. x.
Miuden and Shelbyvillc. 6 P. M.
AauDRAa-N ac-gdochles, 5 e. x.; Winfield, 6 P. x
MouoAra--Winnfield, 6 A. 'x.; Alexandria and
Shreveport, 4 P. x.
l'tSDAYrs-Nacogdocbes, 6 P. x.
WICansasAas-W innfield'and Minden, 6 A. x.
Alexandria and Shreveport, 6 p. x.
Tuunsol-Naeoagoches, 6 r. x.
FaA8rs--Winnfield, 6 A. x.; Alexandria and
Shreveport, 6 P. x.
SATuxaAvs-Minden and Shelbyville, 6 A. x.;
Nacogdoches, 6 r. x.
Le-Ictte:s far any of the above Mails should
be in the Office one hour before their time of de
parture. Papers, halt en hour.
G11O. P. MONROE. Post Master.
GlUOVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHI NES
G ROVER & Baker celebrated SewiLg Ma.
chine'e were awarded the highest premium
at the principal State faire In the United States.
First premium's were awarded these Machines at
the exhibition of London, Dublia, Besaucon, St.
Degier, Paris, Lyons. Bayou and Ghalons. They.
have been furnished by special command to the
Empreses of France, Austria, Russia. Brazil,
Spain and Bavaria. The Grover and Baker Elas
tic Stitch Sewing Machines are superior to all
othqrs for tho following reasons. Thew se direct
from the spool and require do rewinding of thread.
They are more easily usnderstood and less liable to
derangement than any other machines. And in
addition to their superior merits as instruments
for sewing. by a slight change of adjustment, exe
cote the most beautiful and permanent embroid
ery and ornamental work. The company are
now ready to supply the trade with their newly
perfected Shuttle Machine which is unsut'pasied
by any machine in the market for Tailoring, Shoe
Making, light and heavy manufactoring of all
The Agency In New Orleans have fitted up
Work-rooms and employ competent mechauies for
rhe purpose of effecting any Repairs to the Grover
and Baker's Sewing Michin. that the public may
GROVEtR & BAKIJR S. M. CO.
182 C'aJu4treet, corner of Drvades,
d5 4m New Orleans,
WIIHOLSALE DEALiRS IN
HI AT S,
102 Oravier street. betwet n Canip and Maga.
zinc treett. New Or l:(an. na',e d5 4m
C. C. SAMPSON.
FUIIINITURE AND CIIAIRS,
33 and 86 Royal street, (near Customhouse
street.) NcwOrleans. d5 4m
[Successors to Kittredge and :olskom.]
rmporters and Dealers in Guns, Pistols, l'owder,
1 Shot, Fixed Ammunition. Percussion Caps.
Gua Materials, Fishlain Tackle
11..All kinds of Arms rcpaired.-gl
d54m G5 St. Charles street, N. O.
JOIN CIIAFFS, CUIARLER CHAFF,
SNew Orleans, Minden, La.,
JOHl N CIIA FFE & BIRO.
" otton Factors and General Commission Mer
rJ chants, 46 Union street. New Orleans.
BARTLEFT'S SEWING MACHINE
I as a combination of all essential qualities of
. first-elass Practical Mael.ine fr all kinds of
'Family Sewing, with all the desirable attachments.
I 'rice $:10.
S stisfaction guaranteed, or exchanged for Sloat's
Elliptic, flowe's iEtna, or Finkle & Lyons.
Agents pousessing energy. rapacity, good stand
ing and capital, wanted at the
Sewing Machine and rariely Store.
87 Canal street, New Orleans.
100 C'ommnso, street.
Opposite City Hotel,
Sem Odleans, La.
LI ave in store and are now receiv;ng. a large
1 stock of FALL and WINTER GOODS;
aid as we pay no fancy rent and do our own work,
can offer counsiderable iuducements to purchasers.
Our stock of PLANTATION GOODS is com
plete in, 7; and 44 O-salmargs, Brown Sheetings
and Shirtings. Blankets, Flannels, Linscys, Jeans,
Kerscys, Sattinets, Clothes, Cassameres, Striped
O nabergs, and every article comprising an as
sortment in a Wholesa!e D)rv tGoods Establish
meut. and SMALL PROFl'I'S AND QUICK
|AkLES is our motto. J5 4ms.
LEATxIE R & FINDINGS
DEALER IN HIDES,
61............ Customhouse Street..........61
d5 4m New Orleans.
E. A. TYLER,
115 Canal street, next Royal. New Orleans.
Dealer in WA7 CHE C, CIA)CKS, Watch trim
mings, Diamsonds, Fase Ja.waar, Silver-ware,
Plated ware, Spectacles, Opera Glasses, Table and
Pocket Cutlery, Fancy Goods, Bronze and Parian
Our goods are of the best quality. All our
Diamond work is of our own manufacture.
Gold rens in gold, silver and gutta-perch
Jewelry and Silver-ware made to order.
Watches, Clocks and jewelry repaired.
E. A. TYLER.
WJANTE1).-By a young lady, thoroughly
qualified for the position, a situation as
Teacher, either in a private family or School.
The nsual iEng!lsh branches and Music taught.
Terms moderate -to suit thie peseunt impoverished
inancial condition of the onmtry. Any cosnmun
ications on the sbject addressed to ihis ofice,
will be forwarded the applicant.
SlII! Salt!! Balitff
~FIVE HIUNDRED Beshels of beautiful floe
white 8st for sale at .1.00 p~r busbel, at
the old "Drake Salt Works," by
JAIuRI C. WEEKFS.
!December 2d, 1867. deec 4t
I oJr for ste 41OO Bmhe C of Cottn Seed. of,
the very bt alityPetste Gulf and Boyd's
Prolik, at T eets per besishel. reat care I
being taken with them to prevent rot or damage.
de~Stf - ,.. L. PIERSON.
THE 82IEWART COOKI'G STOVE.
T he undersigned offers this STOVE to the
S public, the sul.'rior qualities of which have
bcn satisfactorily tested for so nimany years. with
the full assurance that its peculiar merits render
it the most complete and perfect cooking apparat us
now in use.
Its advantages which are a:l the Trequirements
of a good Store, are enumerated below:
It is so constrneted that the parts liable to be
burned our can he replaced, and the Stove thus
renovated. Is rendered as perfect in its operation
as when first used, at but a comparitively trifling
ITS ECONOXY IN rFUr..
The Stove is air-tight, and with other contri
vances appertaining to it, a great degree of heat
is retained within the Stove; and thereby less
fuel is reqisite for its various culinary purposes.
TUE DRA'T DASlPtR
Is a perfect regulator of the heat in the fire-box
and oven, so that heat may be increased or moder
ated, as the occasion may require.
ITS VKNTILATISG PROPERItS,
By which different kinds of meat may be cook
ed in the oven simultaneously, without imparting
the peculiar flavor of one to the other; thus secu
ring the full benefits of the old style of cooking
by an open fire-place.
The Stove possesses ma-"y other advantages
such as the HOT WVATER RESERVOIR, fur
nishing hot water at all times, and the TIN
WARMING CLOSET, where articles ready for
the table may be kept warm, bread set to rise,
EVERY STOVE FULLY GUARANTEED.
-Always on hand, a large assortment of COOK
ING and HEATING STOVES.
Tmoorter of Foreign and Domestic Tardware,
37, 39, 41 and 43 Peters st., (late Front Levee,)
betwezn Customhouse and Bienville, New Orleans.
We J:. IHARRIS,
GRIFFIN & PORCH,
37 and 39 -Tchonpitoulas street,
d5 4m New Orleans.
STEVENS &, SEYMOUR.
Established in 1836.
ltPORTPRS AND WIIOLN.ALE DRALERS IN
School Books, Paper and Stationery,
Cutlery, Guns, Perfumery, and Fancy Goods.
96 and 98 Common street, (opposite City
Hotel) New Orleans.
&y-A call from our old friends (as well as new
L EVI & ENGLANDER,
Direct Importers of
Watches, 'iamonds, Jewelry,
At Wholesale and Retail,
Corner Camp and Canal streets, N' O
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully repaired
R. B. A UCOIN,
Manulhcturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
made expressly for the Southern Market,
5 Magazine street, New Orleans.
f r. AUCOIN notifies his old friends and the
.1_ public, that be can still be found at the above
named place, and assures them that, with a business
experience in this city of
he feels confident he can offer them tho
VERY BEST GOODS
VERY LOWEST PRRCES.
STE WART HO USE.
(late Brooks' House.)
227 ('anal street, corner of Basin, N. O.
Permanent, Transient and Day Boarders, can
Sfind a home at the above House, where they
may be accommodated in superior style. Table
not surpassed by any house in the city; and the
utmost cleanliness observed. Fine airy rooms
single or in pairs. Hours for meals--Breakfast
from 7 to 9; Dinner from 2 to 4; Supper from 6
to 7!., d5 3w
I desire to sell my Water-Mill, Saw-Mill and
Grist-Mill-better known as the "Prothro
Mills,"-all of which are in good working order.
Also, my Plantation of about 800 acres of good
Land-50 acres being under cultivation--sitnated
near the Saline Bridge, ltienvillo parish; together
with the dwelling and out-houses and all other
im-rovements thereon. I will, also, sell corn, pro
visions, about 12 head of stock-cattle, 5 head of
horses, a fine log-cart, and all asy farming imple
Also, a fine Tract of Land, known as the Julia
Dhan grant, situated on D)eer ('reck, in Franklin
perish, contagions to Sicily Island, and comprising
about 8.0 arpents, some 200 acres of which are
deadened All of this land is above overflow.
Those desirirg good bargains will please call on
the undersigned at the "P'rotlro Mlills."
d5 2mn II. C. T'URNEPI..
Camp and Common streets, N. .0.
R. 8. MORSE, Proprietor.
This well-known house ha been rcfittedc, enlarged,
Sand improved; and for elegance, convenience
and comfort is not surpassed by any hotel in the
South. Every attention is paid to the comfort of
guests, and nothing is wanting to render their stay 1
in the city pleasant.
Jas. E. "Wycle, J. B. Richardson.
WYCIIE &a RICHARDSON.
Cotton Factor and Commission Merchants, No.
41 Union street. New Orleans
T. J. STIMPSON,
flouse, SIln and Ornamental
37, 39, 41 and 43 Peters street,
(late Front Levee, between Customhouse and Bien
NE IV ORLEANS.
MPORTER and DEALER in
of every description;
Plain, Japanned and Stemped TIN-WARE
Tinemiths' Machines and' Tool., Cooking and
Heating STOVES of every description.
Agent for thetelebrated STE WIAR T' COOK;
IING 8 TOrE. i
1MPIOVED CBARTER OAR
RICE lROS. & Co.,
89 and 91 Camp street, and 265 Magazine
street, New Orleans.
Sole Agents Rn the South.
SGood Cooking Stove is one of the most
necessary and desirable articles of household
economny, and it properly managed, will pronmotr
the health, comfort and happiness of every mean
her of thd family.
Time. money, and extreme vexation, by dclay
of your daily meals, may be saved b usirg the
CUIARThER OAK COOKING STOYE.
Over 10,000 of these celebrated Cooking Stove
are in daily use throughout the city of New Or
leans. Every on oof them has been sold under a
full guarantee. and we offer them as a reference'
The Improved Charter Oak Store with
has but one damper, and is so simple in its con
struction that a child can manage it. The ovens
ate larger, bake more uniform, and the stove hea
vier than any cooking stove of corresponding size
The Hbt. Water Reservoir Boiler furnishes a
constant supply of hot water at iall hours of the
day, and for hours after the fire has been extin
guished, without additional cost for fuel. a practi
cal illustration of the economy in using the Charter
The Reflector GOrdivon, original with the Char
ter Oak, and used on no otlher stove-the most
perfect manner to broil meats and poultry, whtrcety
the offensive odors arising from meats during the
prooess of broiling are earried up the pipe, and
Jaces of the meats preserved.
The Hot Closet, in which meats and pastry are
kept warm for hours when there han been a delay
at meals, besides enabling the cook to furnish the
greatest variety of dishes and desserts, and place
them hot upon the table.
The Charter Oak Stove will do one-third more
baking in a given time, ata. use 25 per cent. less
wood than any other stove now made.
Send for price and desc.iptive circular.
d5 4m kI(1E,,Bli1OS. & Co.
T. KINLOCHI FAUNT-LE-ROY,
G. M. -BBAY1 at Ct ,
1Vholesnla Grocers and
COMA lII&ON MERCIIANTN,
42 Canal and 61 Common streets, N. O.
Are prepared to make cash advances on Cotton,
Sugar. and other produce consigned to them, and
solicit the patronage of their friends and the public
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