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TBURSDAYT MORING, NOVEMBER 5, 1868.
UOTKZRN AN*B NVTUN" P«O
anrcYn etr e.m
At the openlag of the Augusta county, Va..
Jkdrieith s fair, on the 2ith uit., Prof. M. F. I
Ma ere w tl t the fellowm addr-es: I
Fe0toW Cirizwe--I do not come to make a
teeh, t to have a lttlq plinan talk with the .
frmers of Auguata. They tell me you are want
I In enrgy and lack enterprise. This spectacle
beore u does not look like it, especially when e we
eousMer the amount of money contributed for
ITe eetablshment of thbeese grounds. I think it a
mistake, and as error i always mischievous, I
thnk it best to correct false impressions.
Apparently. the North is more prosperous then
1hemoth.because the North is manufacturin
ad commercial, and e ute h is agricultural.
In all manufaoturing and commercial commuanities
product are concentrated, and there is a show of
f and activty which is never seen in afticul
tural comm i, because labor I there diffl d.
Another res nl, that the A obstE. showin, the
rewarda of labor at the North and South are not
quite fairly represented. For instance, esuppose
one of your nelghbors, in giving you an accouat
of hbl elanmi duarin the year, should tell youhe
Fad housed so a ny barrl of corn, worth fie
dollars per barrel, and killed so many hundred
weight of pork, worth eight cents per pound, and
had so many pounds of bacon worth twelve oent
ut whm yia qsmetioned him a little cloer you
oeed It d take al& haiscorn to fatten bin4pork.
nd all his pork to make his bacon Now this is
th the hay crop of the North, which they
tell you Is worth as much as the cotton crop or the
S anh. Inl the l ot returns the hay crop of the
North i o put down as worth three hundred mil
lions of dollars, the le stock a little more. and
the batter and eee isalued c e at many milions,
wb, in fct. the hay went to make it all. l
There ia still another reason for ths apparent
reater prosperity of the North, and apparent N
show of greater enterprise and energy there.
Aceordtng to the census of 1790, the population
of the United States was nearly equally divided m
between the North and gouth and a coordaig to
the subsequent census the ratio of natural in- n
creio wase eratsr in the South than in the North. he
But, notwithntandiof this. the population of the
wortb, aeerdin to the c rem of I o, was, in t
mead BubeN leven millions greater than that
oad Il 8hth. Did It ever occur to yo. when an
the rat comes he crto the coantry, to caculte how n
Bth Iads to the nat ronl wealth, not by the Pr
North L be a buot byrth thlabor he drd mil to
ims, lat Foer tha bor yo w pa him onet
hundred dollanother year. He, thereorppre apre
ent an Indutrial capital of which one hundred
donwe per yeaaris the intererist recisnerely there.
ore ra to a eaeng , by 170, work it is able
o ptherfrm, represene asn radatrlal capital; the
hrbor of a white mon, therore, repreents quinte
amuch industral capital a a negro did before. "
t, weot. whch for an able-bodied man ranged b
frin k1e0 to 816o0. Taking old and young,
Srad female, let usthe uppoese that, , each
inzumlgvant represents an industrial oapitel of four t
odred dollara, and gretrthen w m take thet e
mtite oat s If etser of Northern population '
*ajih smber of hamlgrranis, o deeneadante of
nsiotora, .who hbve come into the lountry ha
ae 790, an, ettled laby the North rather than in
th a outh. Mul cply by five hundred, ahnd you
ave ere thean four thesnder t millions of doltars
which the North has acquired, not by any supe
Sriory, t by the mere influx of labor from be
ab.orad. uppoe n, thees eleven mreprions had ete
tied I Virginial, what would not have been the
weaf of the State? So much for what transpired t
befre the war. How t It a ce The public
pnt antd speaker of the South are continually
potn· e to thik and that source of wealth among
, and becausoeit nas not been more developed,
e me awmet of idnstry adse oer. I mainta of
t~bt o,. fero le o A Virnto then tryme
1a0e be sad settld e a lyI orth riather thies
oa t . ire pf vior faditelligence not exo
celled. Mtan or man, your lllrpious prodct are
rp thedNorth by any people anywhere. This- te
r, asrprise ome, by t I maintain t, nd to vi from
date you, will appeal to fact and figullre. There Et
tidhbea eintablished in W bld ngto a bureau of u'
mdh with Mr. Delar oief. He make a
reert of commerce and navigation for 1h867, sends o
it t the ecretary of the treasury, and the pecr ice
tart of the treasury forward it to Contingre f on
thet iatoematoio of the nation. l on
VMe ««aree, at least thoes which relate to the
exertof domustic products, from which I am u
quote, were abtaned under oath trmm
p dbef t ha nthey we en more d to clear, and
adia d 1 t voarlot. eustombouses and re- ire
faumed ai gunrMdi te Wasbington, and it is
t t t atuet id o the Uaited Stataes th
SeYrpea I bve made a memorinutu of themTi
Fu rpre T o vmetrsc btIm tsetinent n her 'to
with M r.Di a s oldfrr.i HI m a-2
sir t rf erauymmt ear 30, ir7 :C o
f r . ........................................ em oe, ie
S .............. ....... ................ saem.9 o -
:th a o oe nao n. fro
1he .gWar .e, t b ea.....W. .eae t. o sie op
qo te, w1'4 : ere obtain5d un ..d e o Th rA otb
Total eBrt of oten prodot dun tlea lo
Mal yew c art n Jue 30, 1uMt, crreo value,- o
appr ozted 3t8,406,75 ). Total eaxport, do- t
me ste produteto, from the United Staite a m
eouver nepcyt alue, i ab60.e50. ProportIon of din
fe pe odcsto all doe etmor produot ex- ln
_l prent. BDbeis of Isdianora pro
tc l eof Southern States: de
lmal y ar Jeyane 30, ha7 cr lue t tnol
Fify-two per ceat by Southera States r- e
rs t e ld h · 8 itree (U n e d a
eesl m lMO. 10, ig17. Populaoae t-t
* ae ahr SLmss, dlJ;t a lthe sma t em
States together at k -fA= Ave ha
. rtda -l t--ew m ---1h -- sad . i..ty
ves ery the popelatie of the Uited tste in
I : as w h t w s te vo nl e d t o a exper of
almhemW1 U a
*zpardfto 4 m Simoo. To Sout to 1864,
i oog* r th . e s ; eporomM d two
I a t ea I sem 6 toe of the UnW ted
SBstaes was irty-tOh M =. I Is dome -
tis aemenll to one bheadi sad thrty.
GaO =e. Now the soath wits mt halftwey
oas mlMde PoPit bed e red twft Is a
- moe " wn *il-s n dm kM5.
um t e - tem te, e f lim bhave
gol abroad moet ljurlo to Boouth, and
- wht It 1i esenal to corret. Mr. Adams, a
S few days ago, ts his s at (Chnretous, told
the eathn people what Mmmaansko thinks of
S . The pr aling idea of e BSothern man
Sl dark in ese pocke no audplebtl n the other; a
ealar t ome aide (f hi menth as a gaid of to
S b0o tbhe ekr; Idolt ad domineri r .and
otliwat of at dtferano of opinion. A North
*rn natlemau , who ehas tablied himself in
S Bont Carolm, and disaore what a goodly
lead it is, and how peacefnll dlspeos t people
an, writes to a riend thus :
"I had bee taught to bellne that It was
dangerous for a Northern ma to travel here, and
Stha robberies ad outrages wre common. It
S would naturally be supposed that the officer of
the reedmen's buroa were peullarly obnoxious
to Southerners; yet I fnd that Major Stone, the
assistant oommiselonerof the diserittrvere the
Scoatry not only withbot a goard, but without
even a pistol to defend himself from attack; and
NMaer Walker, the comamednt of the poet, states
I that, in his opinin, life ma property re as
secure here a an any of the Northern States.
- Now the town of Atken is prtly n Edgeleld and
prtty in Barnwell distriot, th l Wo ane were
Smore thoroughly seaeh nt their proolfvities.
- This winter and spring, hundreds of Northern
Sperons, of nil shades and grades of political
opinion, have visited this town, and I have yet
to hesr of the brft who ha beo moleeted or In.
" The pbysical character of this section is very
t* different from our preconceived notions. The
h. phrase ' down Bouth' raise a piture in many
. minds of dese swamps, umbrageone woods, trop.
ical plants, loggish streams, venomous reptiles,
yellow fever and miasma. How much this idea
is doe to pictures nually found in sohool-books I
wfll not stop to inquire."
The Norta entertaining thoe opinion of us did
not fail to irpress the European mind with them.
Accordingly you hear Vernon Harcourt, a rising
man of Europe, who was the author of the cele
brated papers drnog the war over the ignature
ae of Historieus, on the rights of belligerents and the
duties of neutrals, saying, before the Social
bclence oongress: *Gentlemea who have trav
ea eled in the Scothern States of America might have
.often ean praons sit down to a peacefal dinner
with a revolver in each coat-tail pocket. Of
oorse, it was for selfdefdnas only, but t very
frequently happened that before dinner wu over
Stwo or three were shot."
I doubt whether there is a gentleman here with
a pdstol in his coat-tail pocket.
* But we are to expect another slander. We are
to expect to have it Mid on the other side of the
water that the large amount of surplus produce
sent abroad from the South is owing to the su
perior labor of the freedman. But geetlemen who
asort this forget that in turoin four millions
" blacks oa of the field they have put in six mil.
P. hos of whites. Now how come it that the im
pression that the Sooth was lacking in aoergy and
Senterprise got abroad? I will tell you: The gentle
man came bore from New England who oould
S understand and appreciate the value of our water
ie power, bat knew nothing of the agricultural re
e lorces of the State, and naturally said, what
would this water power, which is wasting, not be
) worth in New England It i true that we have
water p.wer running to waste. hich. If utilied,
would t worth more than all the coal and iron o
SPeansylihalr , and beoause we do not otlls it, it
is taken ta a proof of a lack of industry and en
Sergy. Aamn, a gentleman from the miaing dis
Stcts of England would appreciate the vast reins
Sof minstral which now lie ndisturbed in our
Smountains, sad tell of fthbloUe eums they would
Sbe worth in Englad ; and boaeon they are not
utnilised. y we are wantng in ndustry and en
a ergy. But we knew that agricultere was more
e proftable to us than all, ad we devoted our
t ea t a the moat remunerative industry.
Thiswaer power and these minerale are our
tallnga. It is very proitable to work stllng some
Stme, a we all now, and we want labor from
d abroad skilled in mining, and manufacturers to
help u to torn these serces of wealth to account
lio. But as for oar land overlowing with the
Sonoties of nature, we have not time to turn to
other sources of wealth.
Did you ever relect that Virginia is in the lati
Stade of the promiaed land; that the same kies
Supon which David and Solomon and our Saviour
. sed are garnished for s as for them; that the
d leiades, Orion and Arcturus. rise and set and
shine on us as they did on Job, and that every
thing that is grown there, from the fig and vine,
Scorn and olive, grow here as well, and other
thieg beldesd? Did you know that Virginia and
North Carolina hae given the greatet gifts from
the vegetable kingdom that have been given to
ma ? Indian corn, potatoes and tobacco were
Sgifts from this part of the world. Did turning
thes to account and showing the world their va
lue eho a lack of industry or enterprise ? Who
but the sons of Virginia and North Carolina cross.
ed the Alleghenies and drove the Indian and wild
Sbeast before them, encountering hardships and
Sprivation whihb those of the Pilgrim fathers bore
no isemblence to ? After they went. your enter
priaing Yankee followed. Let no man hereafter
reproach yon for want of Yankee enterprise. We
don't want it. What we want are Yankee thews
and sinews, the hard-lsted immigrant, the man of
I mea a little of the iodstry and good hnsbandry
for which the Dutch and Dames and Germans are
fanons. Inspired by Southern enterprise and ener
gy. Give ua that, and we will show you on the
his and vales of our dear old VTirgiats uch a
sone of prosperity amd happienos as the world
I never * w. Bat how to get immigration ?
the Virginia Mlitary Institute has undertaken
to make known the great natural resonrces of the
State, ba after it shall have published its account
of them how shall we get it to these abroad who
wih to know the truth? We have no means. 1
Bouthern papers are read by a few abroad; but
we want the millions to hear of these things, and .
I can think of no better means of doing it than
that the farmers of Virginia exhibit a public spirit
similar to that displayed by the farmers of Augus- .
ta in regard to this fair, and raise a fund for the a
translation into German and other languages of
Europe these reports and circulate them exten
ively, and that these reports shall convey the in
formation desired by and useful to the immigrant.
It is desired that the farmers of the State urish
answers to the questions propounded from the
office of Physical ~urvey of the Inutitue. b
The Dutch are sieady alive to the importane
of this subject, and are talking of a line of seeam- o
ers from Flushing to Norfolk. Holland is s.tui
ted with regard to the center of Europe and the
eees a Virginisa t, and ~offe at Pleshtng the best a
seaport to ael southerna ad central Germany, ex
tending a far back as the valley of the Danube,
precisely a the tide water harbors of Virginia do u
to the center of the Msspispi Val'ey, St. Lauis, tl
and all ihe landings on the minniasppi river. i
Virginia furnishes the ports which are furthest s
to the North and which are never obstructed by a
ice In winter. It is the same case with Flashing a
on the other side; It is but four hours steaming a
from England. Already a line of steamers is in
operation between Bremen and Baltimore. The
Dutch government, appreciating at last the tmi
portence of ilushing as a seapurt for the center
of Europe, is extending lines of improvement
from it to the back country; and our Dutch oe
friends say give ns a second, and we will bridge r
the Atlantic with a line of boatsbetween Flash
ing end Norfolk.
There is one thing I think the farmers of Vir.
gia have to learn, and that is to aset more ina on
ort than formerly. You will see. in traveling
threogh the old countries, that the farmers have ve
learned 1 experience, that good roads are more .
economical than bad ones. And If you, gentle. m
men of ASta. could see the roada drawn by qi
one horM adsrt, I thet you would come to thse
oaoolsioa the best thng to do would be to 2
dab togsth ad make good roads.
AgaIe, o them cotries the traveler will be l
ermeiOd a the highly improved condition of the a
lead, arop made, eto., ad will be continually
looking for the mansios of owners of the plaent- I
tion, bat he wm not nd thm, though he will see
may vlWges of nothing bat plain house., which Is
are the abode of tarmbe ; and he msy in rural *
distriets aee of thoe vlLes, perhas al -
large a BSeoaton, is which I doubt if he could i
and one half dosen hose in which meals are -
dailyooked. I a villag of that sort, instead of .
hvig habout a thenad seeks uad a thousand i
, they wod have two r three cnoks, to J
whom every one wold send l meat. Whaet a
e emy-thisisiafholaoMe! Itistheameam
wi ekeiIesa, and yu wll Sad onr tamagraute s
bhtqu for these baers. are smal
L i, s, their m hien m itns le vast snas.
Mly4i toolrs a es -s-nei uasever & Bker
l inwhg m-e lle a n seetIm . M
ebM war tea d Iyn -s. ammer, toaker, ;
bnidar nd qnltergeS w i each mdse.
1JUtEADING-Z400E E ULWOUM
Uo MIROATUa uMIAr AOCXAWuU.
wo or mW OLxAUI
of- We the submar be.m m - of the ity t I w Oder .
rty. being deires adopptig e ealit ma-te o ad e~r -
ItJ- as oe spen meretle and seadher eac of smal tallp,
Il hsa -- --esomed ershe o - the p9 n p.. odf 6lsheM g a
Library and Rai-yRe- , ad r I gma Iaman
Iv adopled the lbllewin
V, d tSTdtMN..
of ARTICLI I.
; TSIUBO MRN's MEBANCUT.E LLB AKT ASOCIA.
to. 7o0 OF N TH CITY Or 0 «» ORl& La n "
ind Axnou n.
P mermo 1. The a ers othe Amellles shall be a pred
seaan. r-e remders. Vi r ei, -se, s dea
11Y = ,%. Th-mtr. ; slu irmvrO e47ba•I11 b
a Board mh ofM Uic h ad owe40 :ht o= .
Treasr er by me balo the r o s y pyA t h
amajority of the whale votesalvSia bing aesmemy to a
N eTe.r Tbhe Predetn ball mUei aen t e ilbm AL ee
S clrt ; e all chutrn rn an thse ea " f Dseo e
Of shall deem expede t;all have a vet i.n a r also ad
ion give tre cating vote wh n tbah hU be k equd dtl vl
&aong thea members.
c. The Tim President sha pride tin the absenc* of
1rotZ- and in emisir porfeSS the uti -aft tht adios.
at S. c. .The Becocdfir Pentuia shel pW a M rmate
ad rtherd of ti bsartes ofthe Asoteatoest The Oerrm p
ta- 8-rta nmder the apr ted se" of i Baud f Di
dat- n4 ora n odtl spaodepa
a Thero 1 t tharllsrn Aer shall t e ats t deii saad dnh ta
I'. ,I; PRa odrabf Ma im w6M emd by the Pa
ad. d : ke pacul a e m ntof the flb asa co8 a r of the
c reo tnbal, we the d t e of the dobarl u o ke kee
A n atmo eIn t - of whih, ompd t ab e-L ;
go. they Sensblyh a'l yt Ies mat _T e, etd
whe oe f bly eatee fro the berd Sif ir te asea aioe
D0 ie reqbordr odt far tmoe ,lift ela ao Ieerlhae dtao theo .
'l t hall gie e Cry In t ahe lam of ve hany
a p. G. The bodfl Dibr shall have pow to spuro
oet prite fnd. eact B-Lowu ad genera conduct tb affars
If h tbe*sAerlato sha m*at* ,t stW soes In each mortb for
the trett a^ orf bulness; eal reort as «eac qacrrly
meeting of the Asociauson tb er sea for toh past
ry quarter. and be sta te of the romam of the Ausoctatlso; oad
he ca lay anrcy >sh ecar In the Board, &heU fImme.
diL I t he Assolao and a appoint a n emAlyg for ei
ty .etertlo to all sb vacancy.t
,p. c. 7. Tha Bord of Dinrta meo h o U bot a Librarii
bwho dt it shall be to attend a the Lbruar an eahs day
'St of the rwe. who s«all kae a regirse of all bonokh magelo.,
a mpse. charts, ppf. and all other fpp In his sare. bee
e loraine toe Aociat ton: arrlethmI prow urdr, mTok
a r-ord thereof. with the namo of the donors, and kaee
on ccurata seoant of ael bookl dthelied to the maembr
id and to a ot e b thero d b ot d of Dimctors,
2g AITIOII In'
o- Pch mmb-r not a prmprletor. on subwrfbtlb to thl Coe .
m titutlon, shall pbe the son of ive dtanlee ant , In
] v ARTICLE IV.
Etch member who Is a propitor, on saacribtn to the
V- Crtm.teuton, hall Pay the uro of ta sL dollars alull, tl
)f Ane penm may beome a me mbser ter lUf by pin the
ry am of Ifty doliars.
Dr AXTICL VL
Arom aPe approed by a majority the Bou of Direct.
thb may become etild to a membership t spetat,. ae
ymonst of one hndrrd dollars, and may transfer such mere.
ranh lp tn, iros the beatoka ofi e t ena. sbjct r o
0 the appnroval of the Board of Directors: Prld. however
S that :ay one. being alreaduy " a life medb r " m become a
memabl In perp etity nnder thA iase , on the pJymeo of
An .tdollar d
a. A«ICLE VI,
o Any person, If rpproved by a mority of tbe DIretoro.
Say become l rmember on complying th the prorisloa of
1. thil oustitstio.
l Tbre halsl be a annealo mei of the Ameoelatla an the
fi. rt Tueday In Janary. for lthe lCte of efficon tar the
ensunac yejr; for relevg reports from the Baud of Dirreta
d ore and. quarterly threater, for the tranotion of soch
r o other business a may be prweented.
0 If the Prsedat, Vice President. Peta Treasurer o
SDirectors, I their several ocial capecit, shan e olert the
rperforbac ol their date or shal at admiald thet I*a a
I of the IAsodrcat on ecthentIr or aulteobly. on written eom
I Pinmte of fiftMe mrmaber. a mt g shrll bee ited. sod a
st ommlttee appoited, eo Sl Of te members ad one
director, who sall censoae, remove from otc, or fally
Sonaerate the accusedo the cdrcuutances of the cua may
* ARTICIL .
r Ther shall be no alteration In thi Conatltton oales the
Smne sbhal have been proposed to the Board of Directors one
a, th prevlons to the quatKrly imetiag, sad then approved
Sby thrfoarth of the membes pomaut.
r ICno 1. bhe Library and adlnIng Rom haBl be opan
.veryday from I cloca Ae a.., Untll 10 o'clc h r. u.
htc. 2. The Libiarlan hball give security, in the n of
M file hndred dollars, for the fthful diechaoof thbduties of
Stis offie. and will hold the same t te pleasare of the Baud
t of Directors.
liac. .It shell be the ddtr of tb Librariato keep a aoa
Spto sad suact catalogue of books betontieg to tbe isbrary,
Stoter with a duplicate of th.e sam whse c h l opes at
lltieUm to thebexaminatiac of tdlbo immb He hafl u
ber each book, slig its plae e in the Librry ad arreage the
whore In proper order; he shb l likewise keep sas rmod of
a mops. charts. and ether property of the AsociMloa, as may
r from time to time he precribe by the Board ti Diretors.
tc 4. Be shall dlltver. on the appltlo. oeurtothe writ
Stm order ot any moiber whor name htes ba regtoertod and
d dotr paid, one book, If It be a folio. qarto. or octaco ; and
one book. or net of books not exceeding three olna, If it
be a duedecmo. or of smaller Ls&
'c & Bite shall carelully enter In beo to bkhoptfor that
r puepowe . the name ob the member to whom book or books
Shave aeer dellared the date of takng from and retrn
Ing to the Library. together with a fa'l ramd of cob uhan or
' p Hualte may have ben Incurred thrma.
0 Sir. 6. Be choll ctllict from membner for the am of the
SAmocluinaton, all ines ad torfeitures incamrred. regularly -
crnotia foer bsame to the treasurer; ad shall report to
I th e oard ot Direc tors tha tameorsan nmba r or members
s may refuse to pay their toe and forfeltore. lose or dam
0 a ay bok or et of books, w lt in or aeeb deface the
stmeo .r wit any other way wilflly viema te M Library or
Beadivn-h oom Rrgulatlons e
s ue f ]. s-bl hae th rowr rionand smral io rts.
Stendeies of the Library nd Badlg-oom; shall caureflly
r*xise rrtaraed hb9ia. and replia thesM Upa the Library
Shelvre; shall see that tnewspapers proamptly ied. aed that
* melines. etl., re reularlly plaMed the Badlo gRoom
r table. and shill atoll timw eelore the rele nrltre to the
drr olllo 01 ookt bo p ad mali al o *int ao n madordrnin
I tl rooms o th Asseltetion. HeU ll i ofLte ciam insrch
i other dtlys aptertlnloir to his oedla um-I y IRm tloe to
l time bet pterribed br the Board of Directort
b li .I. 8ha Ihrl be, addionally. the dty orf the LItirarla,
S mnder ty tImmediate ropervloen of the trearer to heap toe
I reodbookafsberipolboead aeald sat m eBmbe-a; I.
reedebils of tbh me d geneally te mke ah of sueh
nothr beasr ad aocunu as may from lime to alms he e
I s 5 Te AsrMtaut Libkesu e n e give ty. In the
I ram eftshor bndrlr dollr, forte the fithl di org of the
dustoa cfbla office, dad wil bold the an at the peauure of
the Board of irinctonr
tuc. 10 It shall b the tr f the AL sistant ibrtlaln to
co--per e w th e d rl h Libr y ra th aw bo; bhe go-.ernd In
every prticulu hby i .It rles. asn inil th gIth shoeo of
that oUmcr lbs gmldn'ls of the pont
SIc. It. It mbsl h. sdi iiirmally, the doty of the Aesi.at
Librarian,Dndor the lmnaiela enpewnilenr of h· Therauor
to ollet lthe sab iptlio ad other aUal dors fmonmbr
0ev tor with such other collctons s miy be soerM isly e
. algdbhll. e lbsll lkewlis perform eacb othr dutIsi e .
pasnlagtobliSa mu may feslim eftimebeprscribed
i tshe Boad of Dietors
BSe. II It sball he tbe duty of the Librarien ad his r- e
stoml to attend epedrly to he relrng end ciin oat of
bookcr1 f Ay oberlng tbh Irary roglauoi fo r the
snae; to gtie specla *lUttlon to the fllgn ofa T-aper. thte
eroper dlstriMtli of mEagl e c: to at a meaenirernl
when rnqircd In tha oapacty: to keo or m eo Isos klnhe
the rooms of the Aui-latlon leanu. wall reeahlieand -in
good menre , tahlg epeclal esre that farntlot, m , goubes.
pltaoe, statury etc., be neither dfadf Inorhnjared; ad
gmierrlly that the LIbrar and Reding-Scam be mode aree
hte anle Ittmt.re for the conrmaence nd mrort of m ni
era. T a rLberlan aed his ullnt sball reart thboslvcr
for doaly mt a qarte foret S'nloc. thLt the papnr. mayo
(nsl.ot, mau be aroperly dIstrolhtad before the Itiir of fne
ope nC ofthe ledingr-Room.
roc. IS. Etab member i the Aweolatlon, daly enUluld to i
the uise o the Libra my wllthb wa bonoo rot of shk, |
and resIn theas 5w w tee tab the a of dtltery
ew booheapilgad withtn the ornt a- utU not be
enewd bet mrs.tatthe uira doftee wek. be raoter 0
5d to the Library other bak s a ocrclt yon y o pplca
tire to the btoteiaen be newed for the biamef o
reeks. Provided tH ot nc morthh e twbrt reueat of
the name aok. or at of booae, be aUowd withont s.uiera
permiosion ofthe Board of Diectors, go hook ass of booke g
hall, in any ca*, b reervd by the Ukrrla fetohr aOr
member or director; nor shal heaka he maaslerred oea one
name to aothr. ;
et 1 Anmember who sball ta book. o ofr
bhoe *tr. rte two weks, Ma -mslmited, sbhll forfit
and pay to th Libron. for he en f th Ae rttaion v r fo
centi for ech da oer the time the o k aMt ofbook s*hll
hoer ben so detaied ln his PO O easb: ad suaca tar shall.
ia ·II all . a hlly exated wit lout relere to ate vaes of
thb bookethwdeaisd; Prtldd, that Mh reiigato shell
act be demed o Ltrier with my regdJ alo, esgrding a
Bic 1. Ifma nm beriedheacorl jraook or sat
of bookshhall reek m te s gd toti Librutan: onu a
Ifsyba kleatcdleeedor Iaueedhoneoftsat, he hoIll tt
eilher nple the st er pp the toll vr*m of toe ea s to tae p
Trwarcr. e e d -ay sikerspta reeive the man vloas elm
Pe. 1. Seo- ua-b ex1iared e the sheIlv. bet e
the LIbrry. In thle Ifi-Boes e if wema iof r
which aDe thb LItbia sbhall at the time bep a ensWt
vT sarh beak, tia he of trnfinmel- mra be rnebolaelJ p
to any membr withdraing the ea br the 1b-er.
Sec 17. Such books, mapa chast, ete.,a-havebeaer
may Irom time to tloe bh donated, with the lsietlnB er rr
qamt thai the he eat tekts from the Lbrav. shall, Is so
coa, beMl d (beaafrem, l swhik - r eina lly valued
hr theuphel. forrauri or auiuIty, orar ether seoe, -
mefrotie ioUlm hedigtedM e belu of reiscea*.
ed;e se qchnmyberesriedl> onereltla bet ea a t J
elit.imes b esrusraetd atn the h fth leadIng-~y
only by ipr a anmItaen l of the 1hy CommIttee
Sue 15. BecalUaoldof mr --kms mat e maBd
Ia writig. either to the Tre or lewd U Dire
tor and s *be smtd omly 1e ie pamnt of all
dare, kriitere end erme s>, A ember wieb
leg to wlthde r km theLll. --p tO
withtLhsreeireateor he etabe im edelsgerdd p
a coertuiahg bi memebtraW.
bxe 1S Te pnvrig i t -e rinilen w be with. I
egi fee rel es3 ?set s e ssa bar beean
Mtoriwh inc the of the mi the- - d i
to~4 haiea~aea leeaa
be gew* to bdee an
~C~-~T: C I =99 -
Nubie -hmT. KH. 1. A.
allllJ be o'uhe
161-ft o imu
Vs n;~iI Er
wool am1 I Es.u
VAG be bte " a of be beamIr
Olto gfe gloo D of a O
Lmawk bakes O· kOPYnI
ad armue V.d Dae Marsh~ lweall.e
US. #,v Mau " anrrr~
ad k1toYW4 e.ampo a m.L ~Ld·Itd
IM LaulelemOva,ý., 9.ee am I. Ar ta4'I~m vefe
3wwww7of rmher up 901106, of IS adac a. VW
D- auo. Mew Gleeron. Ot l, toU. l ~b~erlmtkaa
be UnLda am Osa. I L"Ua a at
m Ia -- aseet
0. Lalm who am a(ladd ar~ heaugahbeu Irnpatliu
a" tha the a~lameat of malaba me dlemeaa aeet
Of*-& to blu' boo hISta
P ra. f Noeany o~riyhuae okdo h. aL th at aN .M
-3, Y ee aot tL iev Jk aibare. I. 'otathi
l eeldatO Po 9 U. o zeakrn Y Dlehf fi Ornate
ad IN JBALXJLUrrWX-B*&VB or Gonror
k*. Rsb$O~ab oi otmo xa",g Olles, inus efruef
Bourn lab ayI th ctty a I.Wn a W irn ho x.
my = fD W Is 0apad*, f cks o
A-Mr.p S.·Y·(lr4Ilr V. Yr 3. 330
W. 1 wadauld b wa . 3e Mia wmal m hikoa a e peoosiaa
A. !CtsooePyetabny t~m ad ft§Wj cefm
,a b Wlaniri o -ch bas.r ow o bW or l deeb am
.9 greed. T ur Llqrioddin byl; the0 a
d aebsen idaI go*".0 engagre.,
amllm "a (ORKof an kra.UeInmad lfea at im oc h
Lbs, efty 0. bnr a OT MI$ LO-OWMIN be
ft. as" m 61s 71 dayof D mber
r . ' U La..`ff*
in L l £ 0 3 3 1 1 I$' aC F. J .I e I 0 ? 3 1 1 3 1,
Ea WHOLEALE t DLQUORDEoLRfS,
b' GROCIERIM WINE& irm
rn..4,1. 12 sa 51 *wsvs Sbaca
R. . in" or am CL G~ VO &IOI
rprn wralue""ren - out Bleguism
21L. 1111 am OW lmd of 0 a Glosses, a
D. 4,. HITCRIVOCK I 00.0 1
X3W OLRLAJI. LA. I
71 ......-. ~ *'TEE?. .......71
I.0G. BERRY A CO.,
am" L I us,N
Seen , sul as he low asubp Vesse
Goode 3dellvesed 10 DIYAk Now . u
fI ry adaenesld h onl e to Well tsoLaw
cdon. a~pd Mew otaMnd ANW, A00
"QIL. WIZI!E. A UU. ism.. I
Na 3?*iaeehOa aatral llYWuebeama C
i~eImmemaLO rhals.Iamewkatraam. m
I A)nMi~SIONFFORd aRD~rne.
03D1W. OoNMIsIIoN EURRAIE,
No.8 Carmuadaleta ots, o Odrigm.
la, Llvepoci, Dew Tori ml Rblpkla.~Y
B. t MArra ran c.- kVI~S ao.Eg
(3.cl L r MlI, H. .HLL, N. 1w. ?UVANK
DolaeIa Kio. Wool, Pahe~oe, Fare, ,·
T. S. NOEL a vs.. Di
For th a Le of
SF001~ LANDIJO. JEW GELAI0 lof
Hahietryreram aa gte.. ba ala la
darnd bayg Mead: emre. SIam ULmpma a Co.. Uvw to
Blulb·~MIl~·Ia 3tuewd k,·r 4,
dIT.lLI.,rmll..a MV.Q (I ifr aId. iLeLuba Ba
Yaaaarla emn.. A
eeeU.mmi a.~ we L·. L
aa r~n a~ia - j)
Sa~le, Esg sad ·reap. Li
003313mWr~r O 30AT5 0 YI udouMi. the
gala ItwaaIg maalpmeate Bidm, Am~·, k.(
ala MaloNria, 'orC· E
Em U eedU COMISloW manw rr 1WoR..lhV. bei
BATON RoUGE. LA We
Mighml Pulse Pai ike01 Cats. BeU·
001705· 3733 mCrLl 5311133 to ST? Pa~nT ES
themmo.mIud~rldmethatm hebet, efllyo ma
pab loYh atrL aha b~lg efr
~tlCOI ~II r ·)l.Br Oi Or
GESRA BIOKE X ,~~d~~YI
coA rrat 0, the ise Parobae mad 6 Us tSa e
(V.3 PIKE J. K. LAPEYNS, £131. 3?H3L I'
InN OLZAN LA.a
33 U-ile ~LY· IbhlI 1.
a mit eoleehergmeemhe ejrn
s.Y S STAS soc.., c...
the Gsmoad bto amnsw h ftBmam%
g 7WM A.
«f - ^i f t hy aso .t
O -L M!*- OWLf
o aItMtIi UdeJobs. W7e" Ak 0 ,t ] uo.
rty a Uner dL2 of - ofa A1, a
he is "M Covtss a
II r *Td o" "a tO le.o Olie
their debte. M tho l t oM me
C leIr's0S0c. f h la hit r IrIS ,
.- U ¶, ,.seets N eL ftdt e Os taay
bahup ir,.a.aS Wha,
rnsd i. _ee ema_ am u swa. ea a ambere 4t
MatUeS lb Jim so tr IZm = 8h pe
UITD, 'ML e IFmathr p b sml Sh
A-tt-htn . IP. . MAroON,
os . mthe hyos, wMhysh , IN Witneth. La ptt
- AL UP ath oFL greAt e.
tr ew OsofeA, t 7ter Wrlah n
oICE a d d _. M u WOM Clerk.
illmeoa lbItto4e and -a mellmisli "bera t te t
C- In O I
Lta meur *rem>er 1i A. W.ls P.
hss r Ohoset. ow :^ Mr^eh .
tamgeerbo aei well prVe hr aeti ge admd d
'arl 1 i "rfe u . to Dl idte M who h gae
* rbte·rtmM ite8bk U o TUbT toretthlgthkM
odfmm v, il7l« f rtl·..&. *aIdall I
da o Lt w jbdadM Mtr ad lRor Soueme r ha1rn
or t e di a * a au t t a y the. a r mefttearm of.
=Cak. Ma em Oat. 1N,
4Il.a bs am
Put Ink r sam esuft a iredd 1 1 I3II its
011br0brmaea"tiMbWld 2 ta and cf 1=0=
ar r th h o f M. , SM h nwper of t e msead
Clarkt Neer 1. -G- - lb
*CS a I 'N I. X L Do. ho lW
IN eb p. 1S.r :W a RTC M1 th eetI M O WILIA
B Wndi, U.M.fIm I1110 ib of m
.spt -r m -wh ae i of
I a to giv asbbU ama 0 teg) A
Comi qr tos be hia MU eetm
ofId the t w I.Iana, bale As ge,
ish o r SL e tmy ledith daf =- Ye -me Wa
age. ab j U. by ia a i m rIsa tea.
.a* Mn . ao, DimuE. at s i
lBdo , als Ayr a ahen reiri't thda LWim be C a
Cou»«bLrt aIH-l4To e .A of a"l :Mmr- k *
the 7th isa tegdhor AUeLw Orlen. Warseat; In u. r
.in *lb th e no a 1nd &Wmr e ata i, A. eh
noI*j·d abanrauI ta V1.aL haWt tp
sc han"o toU hi . e rb sa| . aad Imi ath o W -Ts'rf 1
wOrleoao, 6"L85h IMw i t o 61 tAM"lrd am
t-.7%b day of Sera eblawr MM a a W ast 1
ML"i.r wsI e tthrxa U C. , *bgNe
ISM n be V =. 1H3330K
°<r'7 sayti . . Masal, Dtstlct of Lo" lia*. ;
orLb. Os I" paOn-"T Otsb Iabl gA ml o e
eion te a tor A. B. 1 , 1W . r
lert. lb the aia of aM d pr *h of atr cr
I, wh IMw1 o mai ab .J . er mgdb 4 h
IketltiBI te M o ad A.Me a . famet
mpp kl I Wto m la hLtF Jar. U8 T.
I**h i m, ki s t ; tha Xt
a meatlog of aid beabrupe. to arm A
thart sh, ud- of cheese am ormre ai a
ad 0dW U. S. Ma hal. DsMtrIt or Loieblta a
V Dwle Jr-pa ne5 B tates s a OfMi Dhrr io
of LoaMeie . Jaw oe Oat 18.3r1 .=nlb - Iy
7 DotewurteuJrml ?esaas, «wsln2 Skeat a1
Leea2ns, she*"»- bek *u«rn We own -C
macles,1s o t the W'rM at my ib.' K e a rh
arty by h a4, a re d b lw ;t.a m 1estrlsg the ·
cass on or mor e f . wilt h a el Ma «
,art of B .nkrupy to herho a rna the C Is t e
BDtoSr nLAtScito o OreaM Loaaana, bar e r.I
Louina ewOrleaac Octobe r. 1 86-th Into lr a. y*
fllehardns ot flow Oe r, ih r h r e anLa-- n »
the ri »-aser - mr tprtybr nra; l ide by law; fe
toe eta n. a ere.Y het dayf fm
AP *41. P 3 lBinUIW.
rutfarni mdS or trlam who wmaqa w Ti. I
dallratma eer biWuL tUhlh 1 ar aMtlhalr er
hoher sad -i preu by her, et ho.
OS"an. IhjIsIe t
*t DU. e basimq
V.. L =16,
I |9A D T.
I A at oSi.S . 9
! A-D 47. -. p. J. BX ,ONW.
ms to, k I Il k
p a k-. -lep1 of tt aIAOl .
a 'eaWe4 iTL a wastet boeak.s o
- ptv.. buegslg
On forbidden by law;
asr. J. DI I- netVama tea.
e -sIJ ansa .a. 7 *ei L tebei J ntee
F I O eddrecs T ota 1,4c a.O c M
ata,0a-lo,= ihey 1o
& = d ,, he h ed ata ad.
*eosewn ef~en Leclalrne a W aekther, P e"iof
amp#Ae .ad 3f Na g atcgla soaol
e y . d Dai ar . asm aaleoa.
jr - ---- -- - -- -- ---
o I f or a m t dbyholdata
court O i KB Tr BwrAXTO
A hleo ic* aV at4 bee M.U. 1, a Varic o n oi
o owa lnsedatr" aaiaea o In
62:1TO I!* d aly 4 ed ieg%--.1 0ualef , whMo h.a
e e M~a~.S.Meedalll, D!1 be aae ealelaeo
a 80 a as "finagheor.n
d 1 ~ ~nnofs ab l d n e beborn BatO"No
b Ka pOn as b astd ,.ts im M dtsi l m of o Loui.
Bomosit ntat o e M r IL UK ls isr tht gio eLtee
Le a';l. wIL - bheld ! taC esd bof ip f
£ ,orpa eb LO . 5.w; (U4 I D ahl iq tar, as the16th od a
elevea'beeL t0) aerh ec eho luo
ol Vqm U. 3. Maah.e. I s a odk L
A--Z•. 1 =. A.J10. UKRa Nar
a. d. M Pen. _ I . UorA r.
i7 ft . a 8"t "EM I m_, _ e ltsy, eo. La Inuar.
I VAJ* WI1PTrTO--3TAIT Or P. AN hI.
r -Oas GaUibed ue M-shl, D ltotr.r of lat,
ase La., [., Oc r I.A B, l 15T . Into give sette ptetas
th 1 de.m ogaber , , a. bi ' . a e s n sba seup
MW l. "bo p uf =J24ll0 to M om wjdo
wee by rimaslnss theejte od j b D"o"a a the
adden a 18" p as bl P eew 1 . poth the heoos
tof t Swiss ·to
I d aiffad i W ba .ingamid
' 0r»T-tlu »1».-10-ctellA.. lut atew
h 6o a of vU k amber, A 1 . a t 1 0 oI ka . I s
A-. 1.. ,7 . M H ug. N,
I * .U _ WdM Ne. Dinstct of Lotela..
e KU, . a. D-eb pt 60n lflrwateou. eta t rt
lbdaW6ye oftetr 1050 A. ewarie in bankrup we
irae¢ Uragaino t the ort leoa JohV HJrrDben In th h
sJlp an iptown Pto t t tthe payme any et
a i ofs7ap rt betea0i04 rto 8 baekrft l to
rpU· ' OO O tbe b him am. t SI
Senu a ..fr al an th taahoo tSar reoty b pro- t
ami ekrupt t- porove ter debt. and o bmoao. or .ioe
aeaa of hlast.np , wll be lmld atse Oasst of OBee,
l t-- *ow..o; MMorI(Mn LTU»«Lt lYetMc<l. ro
, Be. hpntb Uo h Reglayon Mro ms I ae. toen o1. ti rto
, br I-- *. W.J. % %!.%4X 4 B*)as the 1t6. day
A-Nor. A r. J. HuRROs, i
U. S. L eraIl. Dtrsict of Loauisin.
ro W11 X. GAiIY.
r. .o T, D ty D Ua . oed nol er.
TI JDADEIUKTPTT-bSOATS OF H. ARH.
| lbe Vatad net.tl arr mhal, Daorict or Lo-ai.
Inma, c Mare, Oct,1r SCI. tI give ta tog 0h rt olte
tmbt as t tbda of O aoe . *0 1-,a ew inrrat na
bemenbptey w1er.asasd :n shet .We estteo D... iM ta
os, In e prih of Jertaoa eec abate of La"ila.san, wb o
hbas ap ejO d bowrn utso bI o2wn patittot h *n theM
of os iwy an l d ne w os~ t r b r Iy property blto tsiud
hr lid N.olt ato mor theU-~er aad the traner an
. 4 ot tbNe k abpta , to pove their debtea d tobe
hOoe onesrmen ema= aS i te , swi il be hed tat
tet cMa rapt W.to (o e olae Ito the a o 1te'.oi, a I
ron ieb ce before W. J. Q dIt.k e
*ae , ra th1 t. Da. 1o yI ., at 11 tct o
A--o. . P. J. IERRONf,
U.N. 8. Mrsh. Dietrit of LoI.ntana.
Per Km.. G Dol t, , asm e. et nel.
In JdANlK UUUFd-Ar or OF Hw. Jt. A
Wi Lu Un O Itid *I Mob Inhal . Drflcs ot Loa tan
,. enroia L.., Oober1 , Il ThI o Itn to goiv notieA that
ao th e mo. tors "r lV. J. isia, In gw kup of
othe I h da y at O ctt , A. . 16,, a w a.st is r bn
ruptcydaa aeue, L a ther. .tteCoeot r tw .XT
pio rn . a t ata of Loklom.a who has of .1,,d *bees.
aLt dely dae at'd a lpenry as sa beOgtg to
ben o up , Ito hmr r a bla " A s uade ta s L ero ot any ho.
pre ejbyht id o dd by law;, tat a Mmtl of the
credtor fo tad bakru pt, to prve thiry debta *ad t ,i
cctbeoo or ote l* at g e , W ll b held o at
tnthel of M ate. Ls oai laa. b e0 orte tow. o ake bld -
Lastr On blth W.t da Mof N ovmber, o. Dn. t , da 'ly
o'io •rlbe , A. v.
A-Mo . . P. J. IERRBON.
U. . arshat. DI-trtct of LoolaAu.
Pcr KM.alT. Dopyt. a Umy. ac21 a ol.
N ]A31(I'»TnyT-.S oATE OF O. . VAL.
*U S-Olt* a tated States Mianhl DtIsrit of Laouai.
iOi.aN Acrs La. , October 15. l-Tra Io to"f cor ithtMc
that s i he 5411 day L , Oh O., A. . D tIM, t "aorrant I ,
anhI ruptc tea nIsed o da t h otes of JP H. Lt Nor
v mra of th prias of Jaoe ta of Lo.u wsians, who ,
ha*s h d in ed a bankrlptp n his aon pettio ; t art slobt
_pament of r h ot n r o ofalnI pr ope ry tay roe ls
to dbeaknt. to obmar fhit, -et and the bratofaVrn.2
a- rope-- r; byb , areorbid b ltt a m d ,tof *
eaedtor, ef the Mid hbnkra t5 prorbe roe their deohb and to *
aboaa ai*s or mote asilnMoa ot kt *te t Will uob bom a
owe . k I W. 1r ofi 0n een a r, _ Sakoe,
A-m. ml. P. Jo naRbRO.
U. , Mnabal. D Striet of Ljuiisoa.
"C. "' (~h0 4~ar. u_!_ar . --- itA
dotn. B o-- -n · ps ty. asr - veaar. I
1as, oa »r. ( It-tOt.r 1 , li ia n to ive cetleotbat
ntbe 13 Iay dS y f ibr aaa D wr rmn ito bnklu
was.ba adagnlte tr aer P.b Lfeoi Dfee low hr.
was dr jdowlabar asd b ikn». ea peia a that the
mast of any ilbts an d livey ef ae prs npaer bel t In t
T teeOea by him . *rd n ty law, tha t a me tin6 of tie
leg, I-- ta cityf dowr Worlara h a - be f. o 0 Bk'.
A-Ne07. P J. NEURON.
S . ta MarebaL. D itrrict of tL ioni.
It 26,1816 ?b p is be . give n otce taoi
--,l» ortu* . rOtober I,. 0b.lbS. a tVa1iat I cn Catsk
-«lM-Ib~hdo« tb>a~or f b. to. * or Wo d. -
1»MHor~·olla peeInb toeleea and «td owo
--tfu> dhb<a jsdaadad en haT orw ptiobac t
ne eeb tol hi *r e to s h ato- Ida m, tau d tohen
of tc Id fnnrt, to prh ehtr d abu nd l.
d.ort aI as h th dayo f lD mbarAD.ti batld *
A-.kl.^1.^. ^ U. 1. l.S 3r0n 1W, .»
aDjeaC U. I. Merahot, D "Ioge ta J'J .Iana
.oe0.ron K. l-r kglp 5 Uolden the a s th 16th day
s^' ^ Ioim b the iy oi
.Ie5 ine o ovedap A. at U eIb A:. U.
___a__ Or «H u lmm.lt·J