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IFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE Of LOUISIANA,
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J. 0. AION. sEditsr sen Frepr~eter. Ca
OFFICE, se. 4 CaMP STRBEa. tie
lT larl7y Braeriptioa, a advanc., $16. alf yearl, 8;, he
gmterly, St Blale eop Is, 10 et Gal
Tww WVIELY ClESCuTv to published overy Isatrdar.
maleption $5 InvSarallr to advanca ge
TUES.-AY MORNING, JULY 7, 1868. go
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UNIVERSAL AlNESTY. the
The resolution carried in the New York
convention recommending that the President
expunge exceptions from his last amnesty go
proclamation, expresses, if we do not mistake, e
a sentiment which is fast becoming prevalent
throughout the North. The people every- let
where have reason to be sick and tired of the th
cant about "rebels " and "traitors," in con
nection either with the policy of the Presi- ab
dent or with the policy of Congress. No case
of treason or rebellion has been established
by judicial trial and conviction. Who, then, thi
are the "traitors" and "rebels?" The an
President himself has been denounced by to
Btevenr, Butler, and others, of the radical to
majority inCongress, as a blacker traitor than th
Robert E. Lee or Jeff. Davis. No man who
has made himself inconvenient and obnoxious
to any of the various cancuses and rings of t
the radical party has been safe trom this de- ta
nnnciation, whether he was on the Southern
or the Northern side in the late war. The
language of political opprobrium has been
so abused that it ha' lost its me-aning, andt
the wo'rds " riel l" and "traitor" have
©cabed to be to common sense and decency
any more than the vile epithets that of old
polluted the air within the precincts of Bil
And, we also take it, the growing sentiment'
at the North in favor of universal amnesty ti
means much more than Wauesty in a narrow
and technical sense. The popnla' Dinud is
given to large and unqualified conceptions.
Its idea of universal amnesty must be that of
universal oblivion of the past, of universal tl
burial of the vindictive passions of the watr, c
and of universal restoration of rights s ts- i
pended by the incidents of war, political not
less than tisil and proprietary lights. Doubt
less, popular instinct, if not darkened and
Eohfused by the pernicious sophistries of el
selfish and unscrupulous politicians, wouldi T
long since have hit upon this simple but states
manlike method of solving the political pro- Is
blem left by the late conflict and of laying the
foundation of true union and permanent h
peace. ''Let us have peace,"' says General cl
Grant. Nothing is easicr, or has all along Ii
been easier. Pitt the politicians, in whose c
keeping General Grant has placed himself,
are not the men to inspire him with the secret.
THE PRor'(estIo P'liNTIN. M1,'oi'vorlv.--Either p
fear of public scrutiny or a lingering sense of 1
decency has induced the withdrawal of a bill ci
relative to State printing, which an attempt i
was made to smuggle through the house with- ti
out reading, Though entitled an act to define
the duties and fix the compensation of Sti.te s
printer, the body of the bill provided for giv- tl
ing to one man, elected by the legislature for h
four years, the monopoly of State printing a
proper, of all judicial, sheriffs and en-ostaale' S
advertisements in the parish of Orleans, and b
of advertisements of every discription of the it
municipal government of New Orleans. The re
injustice and impolicy of such monopolies, o:
and especially the injury which they ti
inflict on private interests, have often been u
exposed, and nobody of intelligence and repu- t.
table position has ever defended them. But p
in this case the climax was given to the enor- 'I
mity of the scheme by such regulations of C
prices as would make the State printer the re- fi
cipient of about half a million annually fronm C
the State trea.sury. Let our tax-payers think it
of this intended draft on their pockets. Is C
the project abandoned, or is it only suspended c
to await a favorable opportunity ? o
W See Supplemest.
8orrnosa PATETrs.-Col. Rufus R. Rhodes, c
solicitor of patents, No. 23 C('ommercial Place, v
officially reports to the Cas:'c r the fohowing g
complete list of patenus granted Southern inven - t
ors for the week ending June 23, 1b6": t
Lit,,,.,,i--John Armstrong, New Orleans,
steam geuleralor; J mes E. Mcteth. New ()riear's. C
pocket knife; C. K. Marshall, New Orleans, me- p
talic horse collter.
Mrryhtu,,d--John E. Marshall and J. W. Schrce
der. BIallstore, hoisting apparituis. a
Vir.vinu- F. W. Andrews, ('harlottesrvi', d
instrualent for testing shoe soles; L,,reozu Sibe i,
Monit Si-lan. manufacture of i'on and steel.
le ti ir:;,,ito-M. Sweeney, Wheeling, Ilmp
At r;.: ('rn,-,i- -J. H. Goodwin. Sc.,tan
M,,:;s.lI I J.M. We'on. In.etinon, plow.
Al, ,tt , Juin Euiight, l,,iVI:le, pusenier
7,(,nrro, - W. T I'lher .enoir's,. bevel- luire:
C. O. Hat-en, i emp. tpobh.vei.-q.,are.
,lik',,',, -(,ei-. Reicrer. Wansinctor,. shears; I
J. W. l;rad!y arnd (;.,,re It Jor n, Itit li, 'h p it.
chuorn: John lMabrtev. Jtlereun C.ty, lever and
WuthisK , 'lIt i O &t i ) li ,, TAX bi tI.-.--"'I e
Hone whisky, t ,srt rarid banki MI i .I w , I t
the 3d reportted from the Senate committree en
finance, with oumerous aitiendJnenti- atnd sect is I
relating to hanks and bankers are striken ou. t
'hanges are propesed in the taxes on whisky aul
tobacco. asd the tme for tahitlg rout Lho l.d a
warehouses is extended freom six to twelve
Tle House provision for the exportation of al- t
cohol and ropi Is etricken out. and a n+w s''lonn
t:htmitted, r, quiring the drawbcok at any trto- l t
thiment alter clearance, and the sond is t) ti,
ret.itlid utitl It is shbwu that the alcnlotl or rut I
has actually asrivId at the place of dlestinatm) ,
the ccietificate c-f consul being required fur th at I
lturtpcce. Thp licetrnpes and tx's on whi-lesal,
dealers and retail dealer" is "tricken out, thus leus t
ing in ii rt e the existtig laws.
Tttlaco, cannot be r mtoved froni the ltcn if
manofactnre until the taxes are paid. It i as fs
provided it shall be remroved at once Irou thse *
port warehiuse to whib it is first sent. A:-i.r . r
lug to the House bill, tobacco may be sent trm ,n
the manulactured to an export war'ehouse ionly t,
be exported, but the Senate amendment provides I
if the manufacturer does not t hoose to exoort he
can withdraw it Ior a hoilne markit. An tth-r
amendment chances the nunmber of inspe"cors to I
twenty, and the cmlmissiner of internal revenue
is to deeignats their territorial districts. The
House bill provides for ixty inepe:tors, or ,nie
for each judicial distrirt. The -enote comnniita
provides for filfty special agents to be ewpoyed
during the pleasure of the commissioner of uutvr
ANNESxATION tiF NUreIUas MEXICO.-A Mexi
can correspondence givers details of a plan of
annexation of the torthern States of Mexico to
the United States. As such, the governments of
England. France. Mexieco and the I'rnted Stres
etncurred in all soldiers' claims aga·innt Mexico.
of whatever nationality, and are satisfied that the
only hope of their payment lies with the United
Statc., and interferit'ice and assumption hv our
gtoveranmeat, sad all just indebtednesa of Mexico.
in coneldecatien of the transfer to the l'n tel
States by Mexico, of her northern Territories
and Startes. It ias conadently expected that the
result will be the sottrcement ty iusland of a
vigorous blockade of Mexican nonrt There is a
great conflict of opltso in regard to the corres
pondence from Maatlan sate which narty is most
to blame In the Anloi Meakeo dilcnules men
ioneQ in yesterday's telegrams,
A LIIaON F 0R WAR OTrn, DUIM AND
The New York Tribune is moved by the
recommendation of Gov. Scott to the South
Carolina legislature that all political disabili
ties be abolished, so that every citizen may
vote and hold office, no matter what relation wil
he held to the late war, to pronounce the mess
sage in which it occurs a " model of wise and rio
generous statesmanship." " Such a policy,"
remarks the Tribune, " is the dictate of naked pa
good sense, but of that good sense true cour
age is a vital ingredient." This opinion of nm
the foremost and ablest radical organ in the Sa
North is, by plain inference, an emphatic
reprobation of the spirit evinced by the new mt
t government of Louisiana during its week's
existence. But the Tribune gives it direct as Pe
well as inferential application to this govern
t nient, by observing that " Louisiana starts ofa of
less hopefully" than .South Carolina; anil
that " Lieut. Gov. )unn might learn a whole- sP
some lesson from (;ov. Scott, if he is not
above being taught by a white man." tic
The ('IESCENT has not minced phrases, as g
our readers are well aware, in commenting on It
the temper exhibited by the carpet-baggers
and their adherents wh2 have commenced pr
to play the part of Louisianalegislators in the Cl
Mechanics' Institute. lBul we must confess
that the ('aRES(ENT is surpassed by the Tribune Hl
in stinging commentary on the vin lictive and }lI
tyrainical propensities expressedl by that
faction in its legislative projects as thus far he
d (veloped. If the advice of Governor Scott, in
n of South Carolina, to abolish all politic.d dis- in
l ailites., is "i 'model of wise and generous
sta esnmanship," the dicate of "naked good
senst" of awhich 'true courage is a vital in- re
e gred:ant," the counsels prevailing, up to this
time, in the Mechanics' Institute assembly, a
counsels a Lich have been the exact antith, sis r
ot the advice thus applauded by the Tribune,
can not be less than superlatively ungenerous,
superlatively nnstatesmianlike, and superla- t
tively cowardly. al
And if South Carolina is, as the Tribune
asserts, "fairly on the high road to lasti'g 01
peace," because of the contemplated abolI
ion of political disabilities in that State, o,
then Louisiana must be on the high road to es
chronic trouble and distraction, because of A
the evident purpose of the men who are now n
acting as her leisl.tots to perpetuatte politi- i
cal diabilities, nndl, by every possible e'sle
dier.t, to widen the sclpe and intensify the h9
Litternet s of political proscription. The
Tribune -ays that "' for this "-the fair start b
given to South Carolina in the direction cf
lasting peae( -"much credit is due to Gov. w
SScott, though he ;i a 'carpet-bagcger." \;We t
heartily concede all the merit that is h-rn t
claimed for the new governor of South (aro
lina: Ilt we do not accord it to him in tl~t
Icharacti r of a catrpet-l.haggi r. ('arpet-baotery c
consists not in the mere fact that a man his
come from the North and sought or obtaine I d
er public office and emolument in the Sout l.
of The plr:se is simply a succint definition of a n
ill class of political v+galonds and ;ipsies A h.,(.e
it s-ole thonught is to Irrospcr throu_,l the mifor- r
h- taes ane ,l ni'eries ii the colmmunities into I
to which they comer., andl with the interests ol
to which thi v have no more ilea of ideinttfvu ing
v- their own than the burglar has of ideutifyini
or his interests with those of the merchanti
ag whose goods Lh plunders. \Whatver (Gov.
s Sicott may lBiv,' been before, he is no narp it
id bagger when he urgis the South Carolin.s
te legislature to enact universal amnesty and
ic restore to their political rights several thou
s, sand of the lest. citizens of the State. In t
y tbaking this position he repudliates the spirit of
Un usuplaton and prscription, and epnn-rc
u. the cause of the peai(,, the dignity, andl tlls
it permanent welfare of the State. \Vhen tiht,
,r- Tribune said, ''we insist that Li. itenait
of Governor IDulnn migiit learn a useul le.ssion
e- from (;av. Scott," dal it toe fr granted ti..at
t Gov. Warmoth would, aithout insistance on
ik its part, emulate the example of the Slut
Is Carolina governor, and. likewise, earl "'nlich I
d credit by assisting to put Louisiana '" fairly
on the high road toi lastirng !eace. ' It is foir
him to dt termine whether he will take this I
course, or ancther which the principal or'. ti
s, of his own party will have den,,inctd in ad
e. vance as utterly destitute of statesmanship, of
generosity antl of true courage. It is for him
to chloose bI.et cn gratitude and d.testittioii
to allllke his nal, fortev\.r idi,,i, or ti) as'
elate it eith the inauguration of a new cra of
ie- p.cc , ,.id L ,IId sill, and Iriitirit:. . ;(\.
e W i.thi1o . is a llii huh,,n, ll , it n.1 i I, ha-i
asirations tihat realch far Iey)lndl the prI.i it
Sdi ji int'd and troullnus conditin of aitlTirs.
MJeuiry is lin, and justice is imIcrishiitle:
ip taut the reign of cat jet-liaigery. at the lhng
ni s t, must b,' con tparatiively short. atnd the
satIurnalia th'h clndittic e and rapaciollus nia
Sturt s are no. holding si:l at length vanish
like the aiens if a hi-rril drieam.
a; 111 i -The llavaLacucsi:oideitt of the Nsew
d Abut two n:nol'hs SI, Px M,:lyOr M'nre oi
New tIrlear , BrTI Virld her w ith a nllllit ter i i
latorers, and ilninedilatly wetI to work as a
e revetd re, h ad.r g i.oL-t (i tie steamiers runouiog
S betiewee ll ' i p It a i Ithe ted tittei witi a
en degree of cipateh which astol'nihed the ocr.ti
is I aHdis. )1 (ito.r-e their ire w. artouslied by re. ,:
a'. that th I ort lierT, a ht) ci(ll.d do the work 'h., ei
nI and I1-tter than thiunielves, obtiuned imned i ey
d a large share of the cu-tn,, w;th a plroiltihty ,f
ve akting hmnelf master of the situation, and every
j< -hible subtierfoe and trwik was reeorted to to rett
a- thetr rival out Ir the way. They at lnst su-~eirl-d I
,n lii hid i g an old law which prevents anyh, ly
if tr( ni ar::r aRs a ,tevetire who hai not served In
i hie ' a' ish i ,ivy. 10 .at, ani-hip C'ar of tht.
Iii I r , ia, I alt* ti 5-ey, tr v:,- I hr n New O)leanaiu
i: in ;r days and on Monday m, rnin Mr. Munrot
lit and is men went to work tI di .hargc Ier cir.,
il ' leli an: irder was~ I ej d freeivd r I t' " c ' ir l 't
vi- thie p rI er .l.iwn ullo the men to t"p work at 1
i:, e I e iise ,uCi n arij·e now whe'ther there : 1
of any law Si; Ii prevelnts an rterer 'arn or anytther
so f, remier tri In earrung a livi, by labh r. ,,nsi I
S eri g that all tl e laborers empiyef by Mr. Mm,
r I' ri' arr sitt er Alnsi I ra by. rti Cr a lopti in.
tO ait sinCe few ele-j,-'.' o, ";r-- t BrIain. The
tI uestlon es o; ,artln i:ar nmOtlrit. especially when
nts it is remen.hered that numerous Eigtlish and
he Ameri an engineers oc' lupV the hihhes places if
ttr the kind in the ,panish navy. that artisans be
to longing to these nations work and hiave charge ,f
tie their arsenals, and that the mercantile communlry
the of note is plrinclpally represente t by fIreignera.
in A geitlenian sei a'quantyi ced it il tie ih patiilh
i- laws will pay a visit to the captain of the port to
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VAI+tAiLE tMPRai'sED [P.AL Ei.TFa1 E AT AicC' IN
nv TIa -IIs.RIlF.--We ctll partichlar attention I
of the sale at auction to be made this day at noon.
Sto at the Merchants' and Aiucionee's' I:xehnlige, I
Stwo lo's et ground, with the newly bl:.it hui.e
i and appurtenances thereon sitnateid on Ilrlya~1
the ilate I'hippa street. 'etween ('anal and C.iii
ted mn. First District. For full particulars see .id
t Hl' Lr-R &i5 ti ll ,&iii bh .MLi MACIsNIE.-The
the attention of our readers is called to the al~dr
f a tiasement of Messrs. Peck BreP.. 15, Canal *'re.t,
a where it will be seen that they are the sile agen's
r for the above mentioned machines, also that the
en only gennire needles of the arne are pul to be
had at their ·aencw depot. See advert.. meut.
EpITrIaL AE @esrAs. T ra
Eugenie rises with the sum.
Young prohibits pig in Utah.
Laucille Western is playtng in Ba Francisoo.
Alboni Is in Paris and Rossini has dined her.
Charles O'Conor's income was $50,000 last year.
A French gardener has produced a ross-bush G,
with 1500 blossoms. pl
Prince Alfred secured O'Parre:i's pistols as on.
Queen Victoria's "breakfasts" are from half.
past four to halt-past seven r. x.
The. New York Leader considers the theft of
molasses a syrup titious act. i
Maggie Mitchell is going to row for a prize in ti
Savannah, July 9th.
A fan of black lace, with crystal ornaments, is
much in vogue.
Four countries are about to send out Arctic ex. L
Madame Ristori received eighty-seven baskets
1f of rare flowers the day of her departure.
I A sweet thing in ear-;ngs--a large, hairy,
spotted spider, with a fly in its feelers. c
t A mistake-to suppose that an industrious man's t
time is at the disposal of every loafer. * l
A gentleman, sporting an ochre-yellow and 8
green parasol, passed up Camp street yesterday.
It was " sweet pretty."
George Ellis has the New York Weekly, the e
1 police pictorials, Leslie's Illustrated, New York
a Clipper, and Leslie's Boys' and Girls' Weekly. fi
sa ome imaginative individual has started the n
story that Butler's fathtier was hung as a pirate.
e He was probably thinking of Butler's own ex- t
3 ploits on the seize.--[ Boston Post.
t Tom Placide, the veteran actor, who is remem
r bered as an old actor forty or fifty years ago, has o
iust married a widow in New York. The oldest ri
inhabitant has no knowledge of his pr-sent age.
The monument to be erected over the grave ti
of General Scott, at West Point, has been com- t
pleted. It consists of a granite base, upon wh:ch
rtbts a single block of polished Italian marble.
The Express says that the Times, in disco.sing
a certain question. "makes a wry mouth "
which, we may add, is quite a different matter
from the old rye orifice of our cootemuorary.
New York Time..
Of all our emigrants, the Germans and Irish are
the soonest nationalized; and the English last of
all. The latter seem to retain a stronger feelhng
for their mother country, and have generally Ii s
sympathy with our people and institutions than
The trotting stallion Dictator, five years old, an
own brother to Dexter. already shows greater
0 speed, it is said, than the latter at the same age.
,f Although the trotting qualities of the horse have
Snt ver been fully developed, his open gait, long.
easy stride, with a latent power to quicken a-!
'iitrti, render it not improbable that he will ye,
obtain a celebrity on the course excelling that of
SSis unrivaled brother.
The vegetarians throughout the world have been
rt br tight to grief by the .report of Mr. Hewler,
f I fr er of health for Bombay. who sta:es that
w. hile the general n.ortality in the ',6.562 in:h bi.
tants of Bombay amounts to 1.19 per cent., among
the fl.t14 non flesh eating castes belonging to the
higher grades of socisty the mortality amounts t,,
i2.( per cent. That abstinence from flesh shoul,
i',-rease the death rate by 16 per cent. presents a
curious puzzle for the ,egetarians.
The public orator at Cambridge University who
I delivered a .atin oration reciting the claims of
Mr. I.ongfellhc to the honoury degree of LL.I1.,
a mentocred the authorship of Enbch Arden as one
,. f those claims. At least so it appears by t',,"
r- report in the London Telegraph. Either the pub
lic orator, or the I ally Telegraph, was unaware
>t of the circumntance that Mr. Tenuyion has here
tofore been the putative parent of that absurd
(it celebratton of the "U'gly Cllb" of the tIul
rversat of Virginal.
Fr,:-::e i.r mro-it Wh,5
_ Mr. Clifton ii arigurated the proceedings of thei
occsion by a humorous and well-delivered litti.
opee, h. in which he made many good hits. and
c lonc'u,.cd by introducing Mr. Wyerle, of Viric,ta.
In the I resenter of the candy to the "little main.'
of aMr. Hiampton, cf Maryland. Mr. Wyerle, in pre
ie. 'ig this huge specimen of the confecti.uer's
S khi . itttly described it as " tive hundred cib:e'
inches of liquid sweetness long drawn out," aun
turning to the ' little olan." suggested as h:s fu
ttre miotto, " ''n ,,r , i piar.,'" reserving thb
i .t ,, :i,,, for the candy, and the par ' a for himseel
X M 1 i. Hamilton, on accepting the prize. diffidently.
yet sweetly disclaimed any bad intentions in being
it so small a man, and- appealing to the ladies for
ýu help against the club ol deformities, gently sub
sided imo a contemplative mood, in which, no
t dnt t, dreams of " lluid sweetness " mingled do
Ih liciously with the smiles of his lady-love.
i. The next rec:lient of honors was Mr. Castner.
of Tennessee. who was presented with a very
r bhandsome hat, he being considered the prettlert
I, nan in the club. The presenter. Mr. Miller, of
Virbginia, characterized Mr. C. as not only a gen
t!eman of unusual beauty, but of most inordinate
f " By none Dsnut thou be moved.
('astner alone can be by Castoer loved."
Mr. Castner's reply was witty and sensible, and
drew frton it e large audience frequent ealres
- ains of admlra'ion and amioenoent.
of Mr. Martin Marshalr., of Mis-isaippi, then pro
cea dod to present the prize for excessive 'onceit,
* a pair ot lil,-pers, to Mlr. Harrison, of Virginls.
i f gre huntred con'ceied men the chief," i.-d
crntee-ed hinIt-t f unable to do ius ice to theiub
et t, tot every one c uld to such' subliot
r. th!ght. attalint," but. if ,atained, was after all a
Il: s''". ,ionacle of fanie, where no one bht
tit-e a. I coiscious of pow·.r might safely stand.
Mr. lItarranu, on roe iving these "easy hun
li i ." adl'. n'ed sinciew hAt difileutly to tle front,
annid cheers fur tile '" I~lclht of the -.rppler,
Snol.d dtlivtre.d a reply in verse, which displayed
h cilsideralbl, talent, as w-ll as wit.
T.e 'president next introdul0ed Mr. Shewaltr.
if Missouri. tie presenter o: the hiots. Sir. J. C.
11 d of V'rgtico. l.ii, the re -, ': ., he beinu
cr rireded tt.e rchllet nth 'l a;i ;a . , .gly. T;:.
Iw pre tIter, in di-crrbihig tre ugly in o. , enu t tIi
ti llk hiniset in.hble to rire to the hl tI!t of t 'le
d igr-at det-inl:ty. althinich he a.it ilhat llrri. was
S ~s "'n:Cly S hlt e-lllt-e-tn oe '-iI." thbat I4. -. ni'y a
a Rieed, sri plPelmli tor the ladies it the tve'r rw
u -o 'us v'". ni. at-J ni rely iel'tg -h' litel, to
a drclsrted it as the verdict il bee th ilntou d llies
"t that Mr. I:eed was the ugliest mian ever seeni by
M lr. Reed, in reply, certainly made one of the
'Y c-eeier t speeches of the occasi ,n, ahboundintg in
h luna r, ourt ing which he was frequently applauded.
-r I reply to the ,ret ide t'-, a iertitio that he was
,t eghth wonder- a mian wltht arms -he grT't
" i, ly w~. a'nd i's tenmty ,lr-ve aol ga:lantly in
, v1- 'd ti. ie tender a tne to 'limb around thii
In lbr kpen It ed,'" aosure.rI that the orio arnl hroutht
It e-afely Irt In the errin.red nwa, crs of Antleiam
it wouli prove a tower of strength in hier defense.
TAnru'- (i EcuGtictnr unts',- rit. fitilowing is
at the old-, ed vcte in the Htouse of Representa
tives sagr e;ncg to Mr. ('hbb's reo llitl a to layi a
ir tax of uot le-s tlian t-n per cctt. ipon tthe in
Sterest , lU dted States bonids. The I eitimcrdt.
n are i:trkc in i'al!t-N :
an lBaker, L, , It,- : , er unit,, tettoin. ,::I
ad Im, ,t 1a- ', ', tucklarit . Ilttler. ,t'-I
lf IuTtir Ttino C ary. lahke. Kansras. bb.h
b ('lburi, ('"rnre l. tovdeCullrtt. , ltornn lly, Eg':cp
,f rtn, a l , -," ' Farnw.- rth. herri.. Ferry, ;,
' , ,, ,: rsvly(. G il, larl' t. Hawkm..
i[i do. 1t " n, 0 I! / ti.', Huthar,, t W . V .,
1tII ,'," i ' . Ingersiil, Jo.ti, i .- ./,ti,., Ji-e .
to h A . l. awrent e iPen'. I.awrerce tttio.. I.r
gatn. 1i ughhrid,e, Idar.',, Mc(lurg, M,
, k.'1 M1 -ee. M-r',ur, Mullin, Mti.arn. NeSw
cnb tub ,a,'i , Orth. pltr,,,, Pite, I ..,
t'rn,,. Rand,,il. Ilsum, Rctlotircc. I oott. 1 -s
i c ,f ld, Shanks. Steven N. Hii..) .u',r . ".r
on. Sok-es .,,, itr., Tafte, Taylor. Thotnis.
S- T, ,,Ie - Kv.,) T',o, .It i' ,,, Van Horn tN. Y..)
Van Ilrn Mo., ) lon Toiirmp. W.hbhrne (Ws.,
,e atLbhrh e :11 ., Was burne iled.. We!kir,
d ir \ ill:sms rind.' il'ltn (Ohlo,) Wilon (Peus.,;
s 'lrdom . t,, ,/art l - 2.
. N5a3 - -Allison. Ames. Arnell, Bailey, Haldwin,
Barks. Beattv, Blaine. Boutweli. Bromwell (II! ,
C'ake, Delano, Ihixon. Drigga, Eckley. Eliot, Gar
h field, Griswold. Harding, Halev, HIlirby. Hooper,
HuHllurd 'N. Y. . Jeoces, Kelsey, L,an, Lynch,
e MaIlilry. Martin, Maynard, Miller. Mootherd,
t, Miers. (i'Nil, Paine, Pl'ertmrn. Plants. Polaid,
-n's ion eroy, Price. 8·wyer Shellsharger. Si'jreo s,
the mith, tpaldiag, Starkweatb r, TrowhridgTe,
TwI cell, Upson. Via Aernsm. Washburn (Maca.,.
be Williams Penn.), Wilson (Ohio), iiWood, Wood
SEV 2qr1N i DAY. beta
MOPDAr, July 6, 1WIA.
The Senate was called to order at soon, Lieut.
Governor Dunn presiding.' Thirty-Ave members
(Mr. Sambola appeared in his seat as usual, on t
but his name was not called.)
Prayer by Mr. FPek.
The journal was read and approved. Mi
Mr. Jenks, after the minutes had been ap- Cha
Sproved, wished to have them corrected so far as for
his name appears as having voted on the qges- New
ton of adjournment. He was not present wrne Intel
the vote was taken. tati
Mr. Campbell introduced the protest of Mr. all
tray, contesting the seat of Mr. A. B. Bacau.
senator from the fourth senatorial district.
Mr. O'Hara Introduced a protest of Barckett P. The
Lamsey contesting the seat of Mr. W. F. Black- And
man, of ('laiborne, Bossier and Blnville. Thend
Mr. Day introduced a bills relative to the State ltat
Pt nltenttary. tbte
Ihe clerk of the Honue announced bills 2, 3 and bell
5 as having passed the House, and asked for con- owl
currereo . ete
Mr. heDy moved that all bills presented before upO
the Senate and those from the House be printest
as soon as presented and copies furnished to the A
d Senators. thei
The motion was laid on the table. Mt
The chair announced the following committee on wit]
elections: Smith, Kelso. Fitch, Copeland, Poin- mar
e dexter, Thompson and O'Hara. diet
k A motion that all papers in the hands of the Sot
first comnmittee on elections be trans:erred to the mal
e new, prevailed. of
Mr. E. L. Jewell called for the third reading of logi
the fourteenth amendment. er
Mr. (ampbell moved to lay on the table. con
Mr. Ogden called for the yeas and nays. for
Mr. Ray arose to a point of order. The calling from
a of the reading was contrary to the nineteenth
Mr. l.ynch was very glad to see the Democrats
so anxious to pass the amendment, and desired
e the yeas and nays called on the laying on the
i- table. He preferred postponing the bill. The
b reading was tabled unanimunsly, Mr. Jewel himu- I
belf voting yea. a 5
Mr. Jewell then moved a reconsideration. co,
R Tat led. it,
The president thoueht that tho bill was not he- ,rt
fr ore the Senate, and that the bill as it came froin m Al
tie RHouse was the c.n to be entertained. sim
Mr. lynch lorved that the bill coming from the Pta
e Hoiuse be read for the tlret time.
, Mr. Jewell arose to a point of order: thought.
since there were rules, the Senate had best be -
guided by them from the commencement. The
oder was the tbll of the Senate. The proceed
it ings just gone through had foiled the advocates of
the bill. and aware of their false step, they were
Sheatting on another track. They were dodging B
the qltetioin, now that they ta ed the conse- wi
er quences of their hasty action, but they were try- A
e. t.g to hasten the bill through in another way. but
Mr. l.ynch maintained that the rules of the t
8 nate gase precedeuce to calling tae House T
g' bil!s. MA
' Mr. Ray was of opinion that, irfasmuch as the ati
e. House had already acted upon the bill, It was
of receessry to eave time for the Senate to drop is
bll. If the Senate adopted its own bill, it would
have to go to the Hou-i. and there undergo the
en same pro. es that the House bill would have to
undergo in the Senate.
at Mr. Lynch, in the cunrse of some remarks, said
that there was " a slight possibility " of ousting
"t Mr. braugbr -Mr. Lynch had said a little--that
he tile contained a great deal. Mr. Lynch had iI To
other notlive of delay than to wait until the sana
tore whose seats were contested were ousted. in B
order to pave the conntitu'ional amendment by a
a greater maj,,rity. Mr. Jewell's point of order t"
was well taken.
I Mr. Jewell submitted that all action on the bill
was out of order.
Mr. Lynch r tiuted the allegation that his mo
).. tives were to unseat senators for the purpose of
to passing the countitutional amendm-nt. le was -
brood by itis oath, and wished a full, fair and just
S hearing of he conetested cases.
Mr. Bai nit remarked that the apprehensions of Fl
ire delay on the part of the senators were ground
re less. the bill would have to undergo the am-ne
r process in the Senate as the Senate bill would in
the H~iuse. He did not object to have the joint Pt
bil up on its first reading.
Mr. Campbell said that his side of the H taee
I a. riad adopted their " plan after mature dellbera
tion." The honorable Senator of the Sec,,nd lis
trict had enlighened him upon the " style of con o a.
ducting parliamentary tactics." The trick of the
,.e entleman was no trick after all. He had crowed
etfore getting out of the woods. tC
,d Mr. Ogden arose to deny that the Democratic
ta party were roosters. If there was any poultry in
the Senate they were on the other side of the
re house, and they were atihicted with the pip ; they
r nlight bear that a portion of their tongues be ex
et' iracted and the salt of kindness rubbed upon
U1 them. The Democratic senators were ready to
fu swallow the amendment; and if they were satic
th tfled that they are in the minority, they were also
. satisfied that as soon as It was pased the Senate
y could proceed to other important business. He
con plained of the want of conidlence ot the Sen
for ate in their integrity and sincerity. He referred Ti
ate to the inconsistency of Mr. Lynch, who wishes TA
no now to concur in the House bill, and abandoned
de- his Senate bill. A su-pension of the rules was se
itece-sary to expunge from the journal the a tl in o
r. a'ready taken on the Senate bill, and they knew
tl ey could not obtain that. Bi
ot Mr. l.ych called for the previous question.
of Mr. E. I,. Jewell rose to a nolnt of order. the -
en. previous question in the Senate of the United
ate sates, and of all States, was ignored; there was
no such thing known. A
Mr. Lynch withdrew his motion, and moved to
take up the House resolution on its first reading.
ud The amendment being read, Mr. E. L. Jewell
-' nwoved to refer the bill to the committee on
fr deral reletitne.
i lMr. IIty noved to lay on the table. Carried.
t Mr. (Camsnpbell called for the first reading of the
it. 'ouse bill creating a board of tire police com
iI nitstoners to be appuinted by the govern.or
n" Mr. I ampbell called for a second reading on a
a uspensioe n f the rules.
't The ayes and na)es being called for. Mr. Foots
d. ar -e to state that he would have soluiethilg t ,
.n 'sy tn the subiject when the hill ':1ne up fr its
1 final rend g. The rules not being asuspended the
Lill lie, over.
e Mr. Illlard moved a recess of lifteen minutes. B
Not Oeclndeld. TI
r. lMr. tay tioved the first reading of the finance ot
C. b11 of the lIonte-who-h was read.
Int Mr. Ray mNoved a suepeo.on of :he rules fir a 2
1" 5 -cnd reatitg. 'Ihe beyes and nse teng called 01
t br re-i.lted in a relusal to souspend the roles. 3
'I Mr. Iav nttitved the lirtt readiug of House ball 15
ac hN . 5. reallativeto theelorcetient of the 3d cectllon 4
a o ft the 10b aosendmnt the ('onstitolrton of thei
OW I rtted Statis, ahd the provi.s ions of article ) ofi
S tf.e ( rt.tiilno i tfon ltuitiana.i ti. athtr.zitlg the g to
t* erInor Io iniluire into the qu(itfi.atious of all per 6e
by coe h.!dtt, g ir claiming to l otl any tice. ait 72
en:prweriug the governor to declare such oll:e
the taut. an. t
in Mr. Iey moved to refer the bill to the committee
ed on judlciary when appointed.
rA Mr. Campbell moved the elec'ijn ef an offiial
'5 re i rter.
in Mr. Ray ojected. If any gentleman wishied his
th speeches reported Ie should pay for it.
tit M r l.nch was w;ilinpg, with the oulerstan I g
tm that the retor er be also ilinute clerk, with ir tx
e r ice tt tIhe tate beyond his compensuationu a
is Mr Haron agreed proviled the jornal be not
madle a record of 'le debates. The journal wiuld
S besufiliently vilnminous at it wa-.
Mr. I.bnch mov'd to amend by electing a min.
n ue !err. Aditied.
S Mr. H ittleLstenl nominated Mr. II. Manly.
Mr Pt.llard oi niated Mr. c'arsien. T
Mr Manly reteived '; vtiles and Mr. Carsten 1.
Mr. Matl Iley was delaredl electil. ,
' Te Senate then adjuoirned to noon to day.
Itouse of Represteaatlve
liotse met at 12 a -~peaker l.owell in the
c air. at d cixty six members pce-ent.
, 'rnier was ,earetd by Rfv. blr. Kingston. 5
S he report of tl, contirtitree on rules anl orders
. was t fe rted, and two hundred copies ef it were
otdered ti be printed.
A notittn that niembers now proced to draw for
seats was made, and lost by a casting vote of the
Sspeaker. The subhject was, however, revived, but
was. sfter stme dicussionar, laid upon the table. A
as third time tile advocates of the motion rallied to
Sthe chlare., and under the leadership of Peter
5., Harper, l:.) of St. Charles, aditpted a resoluton
cr, to draw lots by parishes and representative dis
The drawing was prqceedled with, but after thirty
rin, three sipFs had been drawn the hat was empty
snd the secretary discovered that by an error
oar- tnl7 one-half the parrehes and districts had been
ir, icTuded in the first batch placed there. Ts -
tch, discovery elicited an indirnanot protest from those
ad, who had not drawn. whereupon the speak-r
-d, decided tbat the drawing moust commence anew.
As, fter a recess of fifteen minutes, a board of
lIre, tellers conaisting of Harper of St. Charles. Nt,
Is.;, ble of Orleana and Lott of Rapides, were
aod- sppointed, sand, it having been ascertained that
the parihe an td districts were all repremanted tn
the hat, the dawing was resemed. Franslin
drew the iret chaise sad Terrebonnoe the lat:
the seats of those whose elections are eotestd 1 '
being cheen by e srgeanatat-arnrs.
At the conelton of thb tiresome prooet ,
which oconpled between one and two hours, the
HBune adjourned until 12 o'clock Tuesday.
SaUteal a Csaveateti Oeastp. Clo
"Mack" telegraphed to the Cincinnati I')quirer R
on the 3d, as follows :
A STRONG ALLY FOR THE CHIEF JUCTICE. Io
Mrs. Sprague, the daughter of Chief Jautiie deIa
Chase, arrived here to-day, and immedisiely sent end
A for Mr. Belmont. Mr. Tilden. and other leading Rt
New York Democrats, with whom she had long Cn,
um interviews. She urged them to secure the noml- day
nation of her father if possible, and I am told they Ra
all expressed their determination to do so. s.
THE FENIAN SOLDIERS,
as a body, have declared for the Democratic esuae. aot
They say they were too long deluded by hollow
And insincere promises from the Republican party.
SThey are now completely disenlbralled of the in
tatuation of expecting aid anol sympathy :or a re- nsie
d belliuus cause from men a ho think, to ..e their
own language. "that h-I is not hot enouth, nor
eternity long enough, to punish men who tuce had e
Supon them the staio of treason."' Nt,
AN INTEKldTING CONFERENCRS. .
.e A large number of distinguished soldiers, among Bau
them Gen. Steedman, George McCleragnd and Hail
McQuade, had a private conversation larst evenir
n with several prominent citizens at the Motfftt Ta
1. mansion. During the laterview the situation was
diecussedl, and Gen. N. B. Forrest. Tate of the
I Southern army, who was present. mare some re
e marks. He expressed, on the part of liimelf and V
of his late brothers in arms, the most kindly feel. h
I Ings toward N orthern soldiers, and said the Ronth
ern soldiers now accepted defeat, and 'oiked wilth
confidence to the victorious armies of the North Ce
for just and generous treatment, ant protection
g from persecution.
u- I hereby tuafrm the public tiat. on the 2d inet , I pnracl:*d
a Quarter Tcket In the GEORItA STAFE LOTrERY.
n. Combmintion C(Iss No :14. and that naid tiket cental red tob
Three First Drawn Iumbers in that clan, duwln.t a fourth i
e- if the Cnpital Pise of tbht date amount ng 'o SIX TH Ii'
III SAND DOLLARRt, and that I have receivel payaent of tl
same from Dare C. JohnIon, Agent, No. 15 t'ommlerti1
C. A. CARatIERE,
44 01.1 Lteree ere,.t
e I Card. TI
re " g,
Beware of C -nterfeit Sewlag MaOhltee and Needler~
. which are advertised and representei to, the public u Wheeler
A Wilonti or as 'great tuprovemennt on wheeler A Wilioi .
buch nmalines are baue ('enterfeit, arnd a fraud upon the
he pili a w ell an our rivhti and patents
.e The GFNlINE f IIEE.LER A Wil.SON'R iEWIN,.
MACHINES end NEF DLES are sold cayt in New Orlen. I
hi' at our agency. 156( 'aual treet on
a, N B-N" r..i':int genuine nlene th lplate lIs stamnped
It' Wheeler A Wilson, and Limt. red over :c'rn. t
d PE'CK lilt IrHER9,
be Agent' for 'Vheer A Wilton.
Department of hate,
WASIIN:'TO. May9. lii.
I To WHEELER A WILSON. of New York -i
in Ilrs-the Departn.ent has riceiedoeeGold Melsl awardied '
to yiour t m cn Sewing and Butt,,n lole Machine,. at the
it t'arl n ni versal Exp-nts, n ,f l-t S
Sour ubtedlent serant,
of WII.I1AM I. 'EWARD.
oFretnch r tyreps .
of FOI FAMILY USE -- PAR EXCELLENCI.
n 100 1DOZEN
ill PINEAPPLE, LEMON, ORGE.AT.
ORkANtIt FLt.IWER, BANANA. BORE,
4ie RASPBERRY, STRAWBEthI AD VANILL.A,
ra G(;O EBERRI AsM) RAit'BgEtaV VINEGAR.
These Syri.ns are inmuairtured expreeely for fainuly on.e
n ui.delr mly rer,,ln .t.inert a-in . they Ar warr Nr.9, :,urn ,.lt, n
h tre tr rii Oil ado t al i tertt " i, nire it nr .o , *n tI r c:i -
tet. tch :Alltyshet rr + e t. "ir i,'F'er . t T I) I ,,"Ill l. Jo
e re.ul pure Jltce eel hae he*,ile l prtmtdire"t from tiu:i,. al
Cil all d elnrine before auri !,lIti el-ewhOee at
tic ERN EST I 'lt"PIN'S,
1i NoI ii od INoreetreet hot Pontii aln it Lini".
ley IPhalsons o
)On "PA 'II AN LO I'ION "
titI -ron- R
Iso BEAUTIFYING THE SKIN AND COMPLEXION. T.
en PHAL(ON'S " Pephian Lotlon " remove all EI' P
red TIONb. FIREKLE. I'11MI.oES, MOTiI BLOT'I:EiiS,
et TAN, ete., and renders the Skin 8"f, Far and Bllll ning.
id For Ladles in the ILrsery it Ii invltalu le. For tentlernen
vri after Shaving it has no equal. " Paphian Lotion " In the
in ouly retialle reminly for disee and t, emi.hen of the Skin.
ew PHALOWN' " Paphian Soap" for the Toilet, Nuarery aad
Bath will not Chap the Skin.
Price. 25 cent per Cake. Sold by all Dmrnri.
red Just Opcsed.
to A NEW I'IIOTOGRAI HII GALLERY:I
og. erser Magainie rsd 5t. Audrew Streetst,
Over Lihberman a Dry (lad Store.
PllOT(lORAI'IIt $2 f) per ,lel, d,
the ABtTIT TPES 75 centa;,
I t'iRELAIN Pi(uRLSN. $3;
ir A ,l all w.k gl.,tratn.eld rqulll t al,)d i di. in the city.
na WIilEY A iill. v
th STOLEN from the CANAL BANK, THI DAY, peo
ae made up for the Sonthern Ezpress Company. addreese
tB. M. MORGAN'S ONS, New Pork, eontaintlu FIIP'rt
TIIOUtiAND (S.au,WU) DOLLARR in Legal Tender Noer
oe of One fThonsad ,$IOl Dollars each. All if Letterii
and dated 10th March tLr2 and numbered ae follows:
r a 2 75 l. • l5 l . t n. n. . l723 n. I e lA .e.
lit lil9 ne. O ,.it 14715 a+ S li .4 . 5csit7 e
1 01413 til2t 20'12 na. aJ :Ltn.s
bill :U7 n. litll5 o . t1643 24415 na . 4tn.
s o n 4 q7 I r -kT 1 6 7 "1 o. 8. L 8 7 . Y 6 M a a .
Cli. 41017 1.l a9n. 5. ti47 t a. 5)223 n.e. sIeIl. It
Sif 5277 th 1u4 tliS n.a • l44 n.e. 4Ki0lD
y 031 n.e. t 12)19 na 19131 31179 n. . 415le.s t
er 677 12147 n. a 19196 342t11 a. e t17.O
O11 7296 6I19 n.e f1i5l na. 7 Sa n. Le a661l
: The pablic are eaationd against tding tdn he same nec
the abaove reward iL offrd fuohr" eey the rovery he Too
tee Cl. JUMONVILLE.
ial New Orleane.s March 1S. 19 - fl nhia.
t " Soulhern Lastsa " .I feny.
I Wr ,.rer irtserv,,.o ar the .1 p- LI f , 4.4VIEl) Pru,
- RI I etr . t. a th ,, bern 1 ttes t ri.s er ao l
fr . ttllone r,,Tmpl~t y git," .
not LIVIN;G>TON, E ERTON & ('O..
tin 'asstana's Cotteo Ties.
We hare a I~Arre Snpply .f the releibratdl AI.LI'iATOR
TILS . i.. i . alt., ole .A P ir-Trl' ET..l '. , . ,' I lr. , .e.-s
AlI,. YASSAu. . HI "Itoc lti.r, ma D GIAM(iND
tl)l' ,,I .,er~lIoeertne in lDer. er )enr
Ptr sale It noy 4in d t, a. pir ri, ser ed
CIIAM,'lr'e , I,A l'IANi;.
ill atirl. e, etr.et
the Polhotl H" utigIaHl,
.4............ CAMP STREET ................... 54
ImpoL' n De~l,t
rere Inipardenr a tere In
IPlats. Olsrt. Wisdow Alas,. t!tmed sred
for srele, pa se, Y Arit olMtertl, etc.
the I EN A
POTTHlOFP & KNIiIIT,
( I of cBtE Li Ay.nd SltT O, Wn T Plr ,*.
r orr Iron C'oton T es.
di- In adltlon to the ~eorlr~*Il AIRROW TIE. I am nnu
prepared to recei-e ordes frioli the trade. tIr lhe iP.L F' 4
ely. TLNINi B(tiKLF. TItia. i itadi of the bhit qpailty I'iL#
l ]y hah trot,, and MANDr of tIay rioul-'ed lelgtE
rror IH. T. BARrLETT,
: Pure, Sparklinfl Ice Cold Soeda,
VICHY. KgINENOHN. RB.ADON,
I of BLUE LICK and RAr!ATOJA WATE'.
Ni ot drasght at al tims atA
that eorrtr Felicity and nataula etreets
Frtt o u af my awn teaks a.ll suee d.
.4w EriesUe ePostoMiceC.
Time ot Arrival and Departu te of Maulk
RoBrtes 001-ew Orleas to Braher, leaes daily <.*ept
Sunday) at7 A. a. Arrive daily (Munday except.dt) by i r. M.
Route !02--Iew Orleans to Canton. departure daliy.
Closes at 3 3 r. a., Bunday at 2l a. Arrlres dily at 53J
Route 83--New Orleal to St. FnLrasille. supplying aIf
the of.to opened, departure Moaday at 3 P. a and Friday at
. a. Arrles Monday and Friday lornilngu .
Routs Uit-D-ew Orleans to Carrolltona, ia Jelersoa rl!t7,
departure Moday and Thursday at 9 a. . Arrlv-s Mondfl
nlud TIhursdy at4 P. I.
Roltte 01-5-New Orleans to Burga Settlement, LoI F
C1oat, departureTuesday and Friday at " t. Artrive dSIa
day and Thursday.
Route .0-0-New Orleans to Mbile, departure duly at I e
a.. LSnday at 12 .. Arrives daily by 8 a. a.
Route SU;--New Orleans to Cov.nartn, La. dspartu~
Mondaiy and Taursday at A. a. Arrives Taesday and Frlde
at 4 P. N.
Route - New Orleans to Algiers, departure dally at 9
a. Arrives lally by I A. i.
aInutte 11l-New O, lease to Vwk-hriu. nrtllvane a" 1 ie
ncee opened toI tlcasllurg; allo Rl Kltver ald Ot uhltl
Partshea. Departure Toueday and haturdlay at .1 r v AX.
r Mves on Monday and Friday morningl.
aill tfor Lake toast Tuendays asi; Th ;:rdays at A. Ss
Satulrdays at 11 A. a. Paoegoal.Sl, atilrdays at Ill,
Marls for alveston,. H,,,saton, Ildtlnola. n lOnt)t·f n,#
Bowns=lle, Brazs hantiago. vit NeS NMealents andlp,,iina
Hailrlard, lose at; A. i. on tnrday anl It lrlrslay.
Tarif of Postage for Mexico, ('ot., We4t
G(todlldape, Martlnt, ,e. Frenchk sad I)t.t.h :art a s`t
Vii cnt' s. StI.aan, St. lmahott, Trnlded, tGrentl- I, eIa
bh f or . optional.
e uba. Mexico, Haytl, Porto Rico., R Thomas, I aa,"s,
Veneue sa, Uniteled tats, of Columbia, Engtlsth Oullaa--1
eeltl lhltf Its, olglatory.
Bullh .a, ,'hti, LEuador-3 cents half s.., obllg:ory.
Belgium, Switzerlat d and Ierlutanml, sCo lts rac' .
Frar.ce 4. Frgland 6, and Ital. 12 cents e. h.
10u.51 Id, vla IHanlobl· cets i ah.s
Fwerer! 13. s: Ilin,hur Lt t r ents each.
( Ir1 .lare e rated oA b, h," k. 1. it. 4 tt , or utn rr.
Oponl t o ' k a. M , cloe at -r a.
Huldall , ,t1:,1e I,ens at 9 ol 1 ak . l~n as e at !2?
I. W. T hlIAFEIDR),
TIllS IS TIlE BEST DISINFECTANT KNOWN,
Recommeladed Throlghout the Meleatlel
AND BY TIlE BOARD OF HEALTH OF THIS ',TY,
M.hill the fellowing l 'rrftlcate prven, vi:
OFFICE OF THE RBOARD Olr il.AIy!I,
Iee ()r'enul., A'lglst. 1 I- ;7
I do herebyh er tiy that at a meeting of this &rd. h1,1
rlsreild'Alti(8LI" ASl[). the B Si1T t)IINMIt'rk'5
al~d 'r,"ou,,llllrlýll l Al i ok o't.) S uat ,le bust preplaoil.
Lbo sal tote mri t e o t.
iUO. WM DIRMEToY MD n.w
Secretary iioad ol iile,
The andersignedsre now prepared toespply
PABE - CO.'S CARBOLI.C Ai'p
As they have spared no expenae to a*netrlct arn
opera, tlon a,pnrrdtutie, ro, anll artirle ,t,t-..
munllulalctlri inl tle mentry and M alllh d to
prlrs A will D are it with,, the means. of ih. p...
I, tlllscmmuntty The vlnrtme of CARHBOtLI
nit r(onrned to its disinfectant properties aloel.
extoied sa an
SEXTERMINATOR OF VERI'
anch as Chilnchl, Roaches and Moths. In the
an,. ll board olt lhly It In tndlispen.ble.
The Cost is *mall-Ito Merita
TRY IT AT ONCE.
WE WILL ABIDE BY THE PlI,10IO
PAI;E ,t I
ho( ) 'TrIEIIN PFETROI ; :TTN ,
The PETROLEUM RTOVES bake and ~ I
~qui cker thall any other Stees, althoulltl.,,ke
not .mat iodor
'l he tove .inll he 4e dailyl in operat',,,. I
iJhneten's I.llocb Pnd, in the irrenbalt.' F
also at 'he e*athilsharent. No. 1tI Magtt lils t i r%
Oil ult tovetee at 36 cltl per gallon.
OF ALL SIZES, PLAIN AND COLOKED Pi;:C
opties of Plrture.
Mad by me bkefoeand during the wa, can he had by
Ir at ny (I'll Stand. III (:ANAL nTKF/.'i, a.h h.
now he f.,,nod dacll, and shall be glad to see my ,
and the public pnerally.
JOIN II. ('t,
I MEMORIAL ASSOCIA:
uddley Church. May 4. a:.
We, the Ladles restding on and In; tel.
and Bull Run battleelds hre aKdi.
Meiety known by the name of the A M. I
S ARhniCIATION. and have for o, a e
the Confederate dead. now battere Se
Sgravn for many mll., and Is'It reLe.
the ploughshar. We solicit ' de e
1 and Curo
of thile S~uth. and, indeett
porerty, we would net inll -
denrntly lelterred and inch
_ lll he nIleod.
Thi oun r fr leds dtenLid'jh
ca do o by eddresllllsn
hULE M. MOIR1.iB ,,lgP a
VUotluna. Z'IB. OUACBITrA
fasto. ea rueaneag
l kE. WORK. ol-,
foe Mayo. inee
(ontt,. ,tins for the ae,,.e ,one
a tle ( illi'tNT (FFItP., ty H1,1D0 , Afr
0., s 93 itMagssn street,; al ,y Cr. M,
Imporlant to Laawroers.
Til ACTB OF TRE LAiT LEIbSLATI
IHeldead begs. o thelgtbJeanary, 1147 51 she city r
Orirsee. Se lawyerslibrery eemplete without tbis v
uOOMBELLBM AND STATION
5 CAMP SrrREyT.
feettlly all. the atWtLeia of Members o5 the
the o,,. annniwent.
JaM. B. Thtomnpson,
LJ. ) ji ("I 'SlA NT" TAIl. I
D No. V7· lBroa dwayCor es r of llghth a
PURCHASING AND COLLECTING AGE's
NO. 23 EAST TW ENTI-;TH bIKFiif"T N.
gracut Amas! op raw onsess C·ames
AJ elmse elf U 3HAWDISU. AGIRIOULTL
LiOMENI., el,, ese., paruheed en numrno.teia.
good peprseesd eoay *y( lest lrsm 'umsee cad
ee tow r tle alctlM ra sureem t: s o em
n I emmls.· oe on mset eeding 0i I pe
g Oeilentieon on all p*tatO prempty attended ta
Sefsreaese-Ol J. 0. 5iLo5 Prnonriee
Mhw ftteaae cn. .
Lawyvers' Br efr ,
PFRITED HNEAl T, CORiEC'TLY ALND F
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