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*' Do angels wear white dresse, ay ?
Always or only in the summer? Do
Their birthdays have to some like mine, in May ?
Do they have scarlet sashes then, or blue I he
- When little Jesale died last night, al
How could she walk to Heaven, itle so far t
Bow could she find the way without a light t
There wasn't even any moon or star. of
" Will she have red or golden wings? he
Then will she have to be a bird, and fly ?
Do they take men like presidents and kings o
In hearses and black plumes, olerto the sky w
" How old Is God t Has He gray hair to
Can He see you ? Where did He have to stay
Before-you know-He had made-anywhere?
Who does he pray to, and what does he say? In
" BHow many drops are in the sea ?th
How many smars Well, the, yeou ought to
fow many flowere are on an apple tree? t
How does the wind look when it doesn't blow ! th
" Where does the rainbow end? And why in
Did--Captain Kid-bury the gold there? lo
Will this world burn? And will the fremen try I,
To put the are out with the engines then! st
" If you should ever die, may we th
Have pumpkins growing Is the garden, so
My fairy godmoter cw vme for me.
When there's a prince's ball, and let me go? m
,' Bead Cinderella just once more- a
What makes-men's other wives so mean?! " I w
That I was tired, it may be cross, before
I shut the painted book for her to go. o
Bours later, from a child's white bed, a
I heard the timid, last queer question start:
" Mamma, are you my stepmother ?" It said. b
The innocent reproof crept to my heart. t
AN ENeO5Um'C WANTR.
You see, I'm an engine driver on the Great
West by north Railway. We don't chase light
noug over the prairies on our line, for we're slow
and pretty sure. I've been half as fast again on b
your Lodon and Birmingham and Great Western
--faster than I liked too, thongt it was my trade.
so you see I don't mean to rafse your hair that
Ours is a new line-a very new one-running
through miles of unsettled country, where It's no
wonderful thing to make out In the far distance
half a-dozen Injuns galloping along with their
hair and blanket streaming out behind; and more
than once I've wondered how it would be if one
of those painted beauties was to colleothis friends,
and pull up the line. 'Pon my word, It's about as
sensational a feeling as oan come over you. Talk
about your hair standing on end, why, there is a
perceptible creeping, for all the world as if some v
one weas pouring canary seed through the roots. a
And, mind yoo, tomahawk and scalping knife are o
not things only to be heard of in Cooper's novels, c
for they are in use to this very day, so that more tl
than one tlioux or Pawnee warrior can display b
his green and bloody scalps torn from the heads
of the hated whites by his treacherous hand.
Seems very horrible, no doubt, and to belong
to the past; but for all that, such things are
taking place every day in the far West. P
Now, it's through this part of the country that
cur line runs, and for years past I've drivenon that
line. I drove there when it only ran twenty
males and I suw and ran along that line ast it
stretched out farther and farther Into the great o
region westward, till it went its hundreds.
We've cow-catbere on our engines, and noth
ing to laugh at neither. On your few mile-les
lines, you can fence ; but when your line happens
to get over a thousand miles, fencing becomes a
expensive, and would make a hole In the profits;
so that it was soon found necessary to have some- it
thing in front that would throw off a now or a bul- a
lock if it had strayed on to the line ; r else, be
ing an obetlaite sort of beast, it might throw off
the train. For they will stray, and there's no
mistake about them, and when you see them
there, and sound the horn-for we use that as well t,
as a whistle--tenad orf m m uagse gang a
off and into safety, they'll go goping on i. their a
clumsy, cock-tall one-two-thre amble, till we
catch up to them, and the--well, I should say
that in my time I've made beef of a score of
cows, though I never made as end of a fel
low.creature yet. I was very near it, though,
You've laughed about the stokers going out in b
front on to the cow catcher, to heave billets of a
wood at the brutes; but t's a fht, snd I've done b
It before note; and a good orack from a eeraer
Ish piece of wood has served 'em, making them a
give a kick and a plunge ofo the ingle line, and a
giving us right togo by.I
Bat there things that will not get out of the
way, do what you will; I betlieve you might sounad
the born or whistle, or whatever you'd goat at t
old woman who wan ereing the li, and she'd
only stand still and stare; e If lyou had a billet
of wood, she'd only shake her umbrell at you, ou,
and call you a vlla. They're dreadful eratres
are old women, and if It warn't for the thought
that they were once young, I don't know how we
should bear them. They don't seem to ader
stand railways at all; they're always either too
soon or too late; and when once they are in the
car, they bother every ome to dth, ad drive the
guard ad by expectlang that folks have entred
ianto a coespiray to arry them right put their
destination. Why, friend of , iord a
the line between New York and Ohieago, once told
me of an old lady going to the last polace ad
wanting to get out at the rest station.
Well, putting cows irst, and old women second
the next on the list, to my way of thinkig, stamnd
children, bless 'em I Ilore ohildren, lot half a
scoreof them myself, but they always give me
cold shlvers when I see them ner a railway.
For you see, I suppose, for oompany's eke, being
an out-of-the-way lonely spot, there was a chap
built himself a log shanty close to the line, where
be had made a bit of a clearing, and perhaps bhe
thought It would be a bit of compeny for hS wife
and httle ones to msee the traehs go by with people
In, betides being a bit of protection from the wan
dering tribes about; for you see where a man sete
up hble tent as you may say, out In the wilderness,
he's obliged to rn riskst; e a y eano, how
ever small, of making it em isy i matehed i at.
I got quite to know thes people, and aloae, hard
working folks they were. Why before they had
been there six months, thet bit of wilderness
began to look like a little gurden of Eden; and
two more people came and pitched In the next
bits. I quite knew those first folks, though we
never spoke; for I always went by them at twelve
miles an bour; but the little ones ued to stand at
she shasty door and cheer, and uas time went on,
Id wave my hat to the wife and the husband too,
so that they generally used to come out when they
beard me oomlng up or down; and more than
once mine has been an anxious Joanrey when I've
passed there, and all has been quit, for I're
thought that perhape the Ingans ad been down,
wioh would have meant murder and Bre;
but somehow I never had that to trouble me, for
the next time I'd pass there would be some oneat
the door or in the strawberry patch In front.
We got to be such friends at last that I used to
boy candy and doughnuts and heave 'em intothe
garden sa I went by, for the chibldren to scramble
after, and that's what it was that did it, and this s
bow it was.
We were going comfortably along one after
noon till, as we got near the clearing where my
friends, uas I called them, were located, I began to
furridge about into my pockets for a conple of
papers of something that I'd get, when my stoker
says: " Ballo I wnt's that on the line?'
*' Cow," says I.
" Cow; no," he says; " why-why-It's three
" Sound the-." I did not stop to abnish, but
opened th( little valve myself, making thbe still
afternoon air quiver with the hollow boomlngroar
it sent far and wide.
" That's moved 'em," says my stoler, lauthing
to see the little distant sgare sempw away.
" I thought it would," I ays, ad then, with m
buand on the valve, I made the thmg soream and
roar again, for there was one of the little ones
still right In the middle of the track.
In a moment I'd forgotten a about the staff La
the papers, for a ourious sont of feeling came
over me, one that for a few moments took all the
nerve from my limbe, so that I oonld not move;
and the, instead of reversng the engine, I be
gan to creep forward, while, as if from the same
feeltng, my stoker stood staring with all his might
right at the poor little child.
"We were too ear for it to have done any good,
even if we had both done our parts, and it was
with a groan seeming to force Itstelf out of my
breast that I told myself it wa through my eon
coureging the poor childre with presests that
tbhie was going to happen, for there, enO no
darger, was a little brightyed, long-haired h t
dancing about sad waving its bads s we lMeane
I swiftly on.
It takes me some time to tell it, but it onl took
a few moments; sand there it all is now, t se a
intare that having once seen I can never fore
:tw a glorio, golden, suebyy MfterlOa, with
Jal looking bright and mellow ; thes but. with tsha
petch of owers; the ohildre by the side of the
le, and ether emthr . eaut wild d frauDt. C
like, but only to drop doews the track, half way
between the door and where he little one was
dancing and wavieg it hlittle hands we gilded on.
1 felt like s man does to oe those nightmare bS
dreams, when the will is there to do somethlng. sa
only a dreadful kind of face holds you back, and i
you can see danger coming nearer and nearer, i
and yet not avoid it. We neither of us spoke, but c
stood there, one on eoh side, leaning forward as 0C
helpless as the poor little child in front, till, with -
almost a yellU, I fought clear of the power that
seemed to bold me, and with the feeItng on me
that I was too late, crept along the side of the
engine, sad lay down with arms extended in front
of the cow catcher.
Only moments, but moments that seemed like
hours, as with its strange, harrying, Jamping mo
tlon, the engine dashed down, as I told myself, to -
crush out the life of that poor little Innocent. I J
wanted to shut my eyes to keep out the horrible
sight, but I dared not; and though now I seemed E
to be doing what might save the ohild's life, I
could not think it possible. There it was, Just in
front, and yet we appeared to come no nearer.
In an ordinary way, we should have passed the
shanty a score of times; but now the horro. of a
those momenta acted so upon my Imagination that o s
we seemed to crawl slowly but surely, like the T
motion of some vast machine that hardly seems
to move, and yet forces Its way on with a power
that there is no stoppinfg.
Twenty yards-ten yards-were we never go.
ing to pass over the spot ? or would some miroau
lous power stop the engine ! I tried to shout, but
only a curious hoarse noise came from my throat
I wanted to wave my hands, but they remaine a
stretched out obstinately towards the child. E
Five yards-four-three. There was the little
thing laughing in liets Innocent glee, for it was ex
then oalling myelf its murdetrr, sad lay there
motionless as a statue.
Two yards-one--t last-all over. There was
a shock as we dashed down upon the little thing,
who seemed to stretch out its hands to mine, and
to leap, aotually jump, into my arms, and then,
with it tightly grasped, we were still going on and a
on; I with my eyes shut, but feeling that I hid
the child tightly held to my breast, and yet not
able to look to see if It was hurt.
Then I don't know It was, but I believe I must
have got up, and crawled back to my place by
the stoker; but I don't know, Ioa't recollect do.
ing it, only finding myself sitting down there
holding the frightened little ohild I my arms, and
feeling stunned and helpless as a child myself.
"What am I doing of ?!" I said at last, for my
stoker had spoken to me. "Why, I'm crying," I
said; and so I was orying like some great girl.
r We dared not stop to take the little thing back, t
>n but we sent It from the next station; and you'll
believe me when I tell you that we were better
* friends afterwards than ever, so that for long
t enough we used to make signals, Ito the folks at
the cottage, and they to me; but I shall never
W forget that litue one getting upon the line.
HINTS FOR THn HOU5EWIPhI
Pres the Cncinnati EnquJnr.]
a Take a steak from the round of beef and all it
te with dressing made of bread, pork, sage, onions ;
s. season the beef, sew It up, put two alioes of pork
re on the top, put it in pan with a pint of water,
, cover t tight and cook It slowly for two hours;
re then take ff the cover and brown. Serve while
II IPIIeD naMP.
. Take a tender round of beef (six or seven
' pounds), rob the meat with half ounce of salt
peter, quarter of pound of brown sugar; let It
stand into this for one day, then make a mixtur of
half ounce of black pepper and a tablespoonful of
mace, quarter of ounce of pounded cloves; mix
well, and rub lnto the beef with a ttle salt, btnd
it with a cord, over It with some finely chopped
suet, bake it four hours slowly, add a pint of
1 ISU5AOE or VAi..
s Take three pounds of lees veal and one pound
Sand a halfof saltfttpork. Copit,as forsausage
meat ; use salt, pepper and sage, and you will And
t. it equal, if not preferable, to any other sansage
PO roon xAN's oGs.
One cap of sifted flour, one egg, one cup of
0 pulverised sugar, a lamp of butter, the size of a
walnut, balf cup of sweet milk, teaspoon of cream
11 ata.., hao, e..pwuu or oes; pas an m s pan,
i and stir fiften minutesu ; bake quick ; this makes
r an excellent Jell cake.
* PLAIN BUMN.
Feur pounds of flour, one of sugar, a gUl of
. good yeast, one pint of milk, with enogh f the
flour to make It the thiekness of cream, 'let it
stand two hours to rise, thea melt one pound of
In butter, stir it into the other ingredients to make it
f a soft paste, let it std one bhoas, mold it lato
M buns as large as an egg, lay them in rows three
i. inches apart on tine, set them to rise ntil their
m sie is doubled, then bake them a good color. By
ad addin seed they are olled seed bouns, or plums,
00iox PUDDIM .
ad Take ten ears of green corn, out off the corn,
01 take one quart of sweet milk, three eggs, table.
' spoonful of sugar and one of flour, teaspoon of
et salt ; mix all well together and bake two haors.
an, Butter and sugar sauce.
Take half dosen ears of boll corn, out It from
Sth cob; take the yolks of three eggs; 5 table
spoonful and a haldf of flour; mix them together;
he best the whltes to a st frothb; stir it ln withthe
ourn and yolks; eason with pepper and salt;
put desurt pooaful at a time in the frylagl pan of
hrot btter, and fry a light brown on both sides.
ou tICKD P1ux5 AiD 1rAsO3.
ll To seven poands of fnt take four pends of
ad brown sugar and one quart of cider vinegar.
Best the vinegar with half the sugur, and poor
ad over while bolingl hot; let it stsad until next
d day, poor of the ing and add the rest of the
S sugar; heat again, edding spices tied up in
5 buncbes, cloves and nalpice; pour over boiling
y. hot; let it cool, and cover tight, and set in a oool
ni place. Be sure the fruit is quite ripe.
T OMATO PIcr.ma.
HlJf peek tomatoes, four green peppers, hop
efe them in, ad let them stand two days In we~aR
le beine, the poor off the brine and s I in viasar
Sifteen minte; shim out and add hreeradish asd
rt spice; pow over cold vinegar sad set them sway
r. CAIIlT.On PICL.
as Take full blown cauliflower, put them fn a ket.
rd tie and boil them well, them take out and dramn;
ad take a suofficient quantity of vinegar, put in a
s mace, and spices tied up in small bouohes, to sult
nd the taste; boil the vinegar sad spices and poor
xt over the calflower while hot.
e For those living in the country, and not havig
ta freeser, but plenty of milk, can make ice cream
a by scalding two quarts of rich morning's milk, stir
'in ha!f cup of corn starch, beat six eggs and poor
the scall0g milk on the egg, stirring well; when
Scold, add the extract to sult the taste, with sugar
e and s little salt; poor the mixture into a tin
bucket junst large enough to hold it; cover it anad
set it m a large water bucket; pound up the ice
in small bits, pack it around the bucket containing
Sthe cream; mix a pint of salt with the ice, and let
it stand for twentyfive minutes. It will then be
to resay for use.
heTAWSnnnEr IC1 CNSAM.
ae Take three pounds of nioe strawberries, pick
s then, and rob through hair sieve; take one pound
of on verised sugar, take three coffee osupe of sweet
er cream, mix all well together and freese.
to Mr. Disraell's descent is now so markedly ex
of hlblted that it is certainly the first impresion you
ter have about him. As years increase the Jewish
cast of his features emphatically declares itself.
The flnenees of skin and flexibility of features
' which once made us forget the Caucasian type,
are gone, and the face is simply that of an elderly
t Jew. What signifies it whether a man be of Jew.
till ish race or Christian, ciroumcised or unoircum.
Scideed, If he be true to his prinolples and a good
servant of his country ' Yet to those who know
ug the peculiar sensitiveness in thse thlngs of the
aristocratico party he leads, the oddity of the fact
O that the English tories are kepttogether by a Jew,
nis eignlicant; and now, more than ever, Is the
Slooker-on forced to thlank of It. Before Mr.
Disraell arrives of an evenlna the plaie w leh he
occupies when present, is kept empty like a acred
spot; and when the great man come all the minor
S member who st on the sums row keep at a dis.
i tance unle he invites them narer.-[London
Iht Buy the oi sewing machine fit for fAmily m,
a, the Grover & Bakser. Warrunnted for ave years.
r Quiter, braMer and hemnmr give with each men
my chi at li Canal eet.
MAewololA WATa--B8aperior to the best mi
bpg ported Germa cologae, ad soldat half the pric
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saeIr or M rtoe Uad ew Levee et*s.u
R r ensaws, IS.
anufacnetr of Vamesl md Hersmli etl 1am lsits.
SSusaro Mills. Doalaing Machines, saw MII , Cotton baer
and Oeeings Iron Columns and mFront orf Sadlgs, omr in
Months Grate Bars, Sm isackk. sviv1srs. Gas Satote
Railroad Frogs. at; Low.Ramssr, Locomotive Flud d 10
t Cylinder BoLers, e all kinds; Tilers, Juaice Boexnd
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I US NEW LExvEl SREET.
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d SELPHAEPRINING "DIAMOND" GRIST ILs
I PATENTED JUNE 16-REISSUED EFPT. 16, LI.
T. TboM Macoe of las(Is, Mill orers cd S oIea Iled to
Sibis Mill i bei``pltarly edpId l th wst It wll
~gprd aM ktaod grat n, eoes, pHes and tdread ,s se
Inod ot on u llre We manofactura ei df ota ciese
it f theee Pal s b es of which rngs from Sth 1. Si17
S This Mill wrs eubllted atI, late Tndutrli Felr hale t St.
Louis. Mo and m swaed the Highest Prowlstm erai l
Dagep sal sslawsao Sr these Mlilt s
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CO.'B GOD MEDAL SAWS. Tlehis bw tool tbc Gld
Pedal over fivs principal aw mnluftIctunrr of the Unted
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thle ct Alseo, eoa be found sooa d ssrtmet of STIAM
S ANfGINe. SAW MILLS, &CHRINE BELTING, sod
I DRALI IN AND MANDUPVAOTRTB' AGINTS P0
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SINES, both sttlonaasr ad portable, SAW MILL, OQT.
47 TON GINS AND CONDRISEES, RICE MACHINERY,
SUGAR MILLS AND EVAPObRATOE, DIAMOND
k, GRIST MLLS AND AGECULTURAL IMPLELENTS,
tof oe7 dserlpttS, whisC w wro effarinL at mu bsou rsns
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hbology mad diLme f tI sme. will be gives I the wards
1 the Charity apital dring the eoming summwr months,
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]Dr. Hart can be sonsult at 1s0 Oaroadelet etmr
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p gueat tea tecarthe following chronic diseasas, via : set ate
UmlIsemeIs +ites, Biesnerrhees, tce huamtlem, (.oe,
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toppert tosem. The relirof ot rIaioneao, bthf
Brhulea;G esaol oand ownerotn, o lboan; Baiss ad
mTroblt of PIarss, hve demy ton thMat tse sml mentable
faln is owing to the t alrn or anglse, wurricg , as wean
as Inn, da sentoals elemedn b of t ne and Rloo. an.he P
dot nfre sply fa ilortwn t the stomch an beecs, ab t
spt ,cthesm.quen reesivdthepprobato of thoe Academn
fae Mddoin tad the inbeoip lo sMuaine oe we.hicu are t a
SIroX. Stoashaellrt ial te n rvrty o lf b olood. Te .ir
f robrroblst of I l Prte tphe Aamy
l . m edl. ithar n, oraosss galst. or, rees
lib Py F emiet Dl. a1 rlis
sd , 0.Al
~hince).1 8.terwtoa PIlarta sadoa e
, ms ·kdto P. L HtPo, hPrtnue -pol toar! P f.
lts nedlie presents, an agreeable form thoe eae
printclles of PerBvian Bark, the b iof etnis, omt ed
with Ion, see of the principei bases of the blood. It Is pro,
scribd by the most eminent phyoicias of Pars eto ors D
Ohlorooisr(GreentSicknessjto failitai the dsvelopmerntef pa
esTeni, nd is also e'_ll t for palo tymphatie d Ir
serofulous cIldea. Lastly, ecite the appetite, promot
, digestion, and is extremely benfial l al plersons whomal
30 Cohartres hurne.
GIVE TORE TO THE WE,: STOMACH,
Bmtld m a Debilitated CoamstltwU
leanufsturoedby BARNETT LION, al
SNOnl i New Leve Y t alton streets .
DREW IL DEI . ooC
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
- oer of Seveth and Streets, Washngton D. ( i
-Special atteto paid to rosee before Congress, Depart
m es s t,Supreme Court, Co of Claims and in all the United
States Dirtrt Cte i n the Middle States a
We transact a large amount of businem fa Attorney m. *
lpe at a distance and divid e he feew with them.
Chabrges always large and sucel a ed aW oigly.
aropt attent goven Iento all oorrmps tdenoe o.
Par IJ. T. DREW,
0. T. DRIOG a
.FriIv O OF RDFORD * Cl[OYrD, I
ursevs ad c o t of the io, kil of
value of uny trac. teed*, ate. in Csr b a os abr
nmhre slam t locaon of h St Cai at
pLe h I mmeseslg.a ll uro conrtirtt,) se
eba t o i th t a sea b araday ri-lug
litto, rnrodor th estabtblbmeut of mm whr a the .migrnt
sad anud-eeke or laud swear can obinin
of comis-loul and a rorrect statemnt .f their lands, s
whether prairie or timber, wetor dry, Improved oranim.
We ela rgeo tist ofhrelnItdn tbr oue arres onalye a~
we oiler to ritiseus sad apitalsts thooed at s aprs ms
will lmtltrfy all who wi sh to invest.
We wl locate lad subject on pIfvate entry, with money
or bounty htnd warrantelshrn comissirloun eaon shares
bonirnteasm for thoe ihntending to take up their rsidease In
_ pertrs dren[ Iri informatono in our tue of bin e rin
vitri to corresolnd with us and we wl Inform thec i~romt.ly I
wIthoUt che-rgS. REFEENCES.
Dr. S._ L, (iraute Nebraska CIy, Web.
o, e. W. Balleatins * Co, Liscun, Nets.
Capt I3 H Bradford, Attorney. DoneldauneiLa
(.A. Bradford Esq. bile, AIla
Bon. hn Jbs oreth. Mobile. Aln
Ovn. rasnk P Blair, St LoItti, Me.
L J. Nastin, Editor Journal, Glasgow, Mo.
(len, John B. Ciark, hayette. Mo.
O rs, Corner 11th and M streets, I
owe buy and mit Laud. In f Ws t
site, Iowa Mlseulrl KUnem and Nebrlasae.
Ye ales rh beet ate LAND WANRANYT sad ]
Isplseiace soIcited. and mI Itofaita raS seese It
. I RRRi£ddr I
WILLIAM I. EULNI IG B
A?-aIa Aem e n RSWsb.
Mdto shae delms mm in sweat ttitgsmi £3 Mld
5- ettedei to prmp-advteBe C tO aD m
atOm fU'oa shy sae gie wh deded,
ONSTITUTION Yo. . M. L A.
C.I3Y=TTO·. mXhYI. .I
EnCANTILE LIBEARY ABSOCIATIOI
OF NEW ORLEA 1N1
We O mbseorbers,y m ef the elyf ef ew Orle
beingl desiros of adopting ofletm aest nerd ourtualer.
mattme ape mereomaie and other subjects of general utilrty.
aSe asscelded ourelves for the purpose of establishing a
bray and Radia-Bma , ed har ar gseuammnt bae
adeoted the fllown
The meo d of this Amsocatie ShD be "THE
TOUNG YEN'S EsrJCANTRI LIHJýRY Rg OIA.
Barmow L The oBoaer of the Assodatiea hadll be Preog.
et. Vi Preasd ast, OCa B am sertry. I U.. r
secretary, Treaor,a end fve ,s who g te shl
ootitate Berd of Directors, end ad1al be olected
annll-the Prident Vie Presi dent, Se tanrie and
Turearer hy separate ol, the Directors by general ticket;
Smaority of the wels d r te gi b acea ry to a
oc. S The Ieiddet hdul Presidoat motinas of the Asas.
elatIon; call such extra mtings a the ard of Directors
Shall deem xpedient; sll have a vot in all elections, and
slvo the casting vote when there shall be ean qual dlviel
amond the mombers. ...n b oad " h e
Ba S. The Vice Presdent shbl preide b p the absece of
the PresLident, ad tn general perform the duties of that office
Soc . The Recodlng Secretar shll eepan accurate
record of tle business of the Aoestloa. T Correepond
ln Set 1. under the aperitdece of the Board of Dt
aton shnl conduct Its o,reeponde .
SRe. s The Treasurer shilt reoav ait duaes n d donsloue
Inmoney; pay asl datns on him when sliged by tie boes
dent: keep regular aopoet of the onael a oNree of the
Assocation-en abstract of whiceh, accompenied by atlofa
tory vorehers, she allexhbbt at eaeh acnul meeting, and at
the monthly meetpg of t Board of Dmrebec, endofteaa
If required; ad fo the fathful disc hge of them truste hb
e shall give s ty in the sum of five handred dollrs
exc. & The Bord of DIretos shall have power to spor
prote foods, n aet Laws, nd generally conduct theo Rmn
Of the Associatlon shall mot at Iast ones in each montuh for
the transactioen of busms; shall report•t each quarterly
meeting of the tAoelatls their proceedlngs for the paet
quarter, ad the state of the co r of the Associa ; and
Is coe any vc"ncy shall oeer io the Board, shall ismto
dlrtely notly the Associaton, and appoint en evening for ae
election oI fi 1 such vecncy.
SBr. r. The Bar of Direetosn slbl ransi o a Librerlian
who dut It shall be to attend at the la on each day
of the wee who shall keep a registeor of all bo.k masalnes,
maps, charts, papers, ad all other property In hls cas, be.
Slonging to the Associatulon; arrange tem In properorder. make
Srecord thereof, with the names of the donors, and keep
an accurate account of all books delivered to the mr mbes
S ad to be otherwise governed by the Board of Dhreabeals
ARTIOLR II .
gach member aot a propetor. on e riin to the Con.
stttotlon. shall pay the am of five tdlla annually, In
advance ARTILE I.
Each member who Is a prpr , on eerhbing to th
i Consttiutn, shll pay the sum of te dollars annmually in
b Any person may become a momber for lfa by payilg the
t um of fifty dollars
r ARTICLE YL
Any person approved by majority of the Board of Direct.
a srsy become eatited to a membershlp in perpetuity, oan
dl payment of one hundred dollars, and may trsnsfer such mom
bcdcJhp as ploasure on the b.oks of the Associatlon. sunbjec to
the approval of the Board of Directors: Providod however,
that say one being already life member," may besome a
member In prpOtnl under this ase, " tel pymant of
- fify dollars.
Ao TICLJE VIL.
S Any person, If approved by a majority of the Diretors
may become a member on coemplyng with th provisIonsl of
There thsll be an annual meeting of the Association on the
first Teday In January, for the election of oflicrs for the
renuing year; for receiviog reports from the Board of Dirrct.
ore; and,q squarterly thereafter, for the transaction of such
other bdnessU as may be presented.
. If thebo Prealdent, Vice Presido Secrtaris, Treasurer or
r Directors, tn their several official capacities shall neglect the
Sperformance of their duttse, or shall not administer the luwe
Sof the Asuor atiton liientlvr or equitably, on written eom
a plant of flifteen members, a meeting shall be ced, asd a
e cmlttes appointed, onsisthing or two mebers ad one
be director, who shall onure, remove from oice, or flly
sd exonerate the acced, s th elroenmstanes of the case may
H There shall be no alterations Ln this Constltnltonl unoes the
seme shll have been propeed to the Board of Directors se
month previous to the qqrerrly metina, and thon approved
by thresfourthe of the members prmesent,
Saowl 1. The library Radle Room dan be opan
every day tm ! o'clock . L, until I0 o'clock p. a.
6Se. . The Librarian ll gIvo scurity, In the sum of
Ive hnndra dolli., «.. t . &.L0i61 ..ar. .I.. 4* . 1 ,
his once, end wilt hod Nthe eslsast tepleasure of the Board
So. 1. It shallh the duty ofthe Llbrarianto keep "eam.
pi and exact atoaoge of books belonging to te hirary,
igeth with a duplicte of the sms, which shall be open
altimes to the eamlua of the b memberso. He shall um
bar each book, sssim Its place In the Llrar and rrssgl he
whole n proper e l beh iewie kp such record of
maps, ether py e eege ath e AssociatLna, as may
fom time to timeh a asrbd by the Board of Directors,
Sa 4. Be shall deltver, en the appladola, or to the writ
- tan order of r mseber wh osme e been registred sd
dues paid, one k It ba e a folio, quarto, or octavo ; and
one book, or sat ef books not eesding three volumes, 1 It
he a duodecimo, cr of smaller den,
Sac. . Be shal esrelully enter o a bask to bkpt Lbr that
purpos, the naew of the member to whom a book or books
yave been delUmered; the dat of taking frem and return.
hlg i the LibrayL together with aull recor 0d seah ine or
penalties as may Lm a bee incurred thereas
Sac. Be shall clct from members, for the mo of the
et. AeIsoctatlen a Sams nd arblttores ur u y a
ad eatgr teesame to the te rer; end i r report oto
E Board of Dimetor theo semof s o mmbn a ssbers
as may refse t pay r los ad itrhiaree, lIa or dam
Iv. age any bosh ors eof hooks, write In or otherwle defe the
ain, eer my other way wilful wield Ihe Library cc
Soc 7. ehalhaav Lees theereiian end general enperis.
tendec of the Libr and Eealo-oom; shll earafnly
esxamin returned bool, and rsplal them e the lbury
sheivlvea me thatUewp epeerprmptyk id, e that
ercniatiloof eaks. nd masa ogol n imagodorderlI
theoromem of iks A lotmn. Hbsall Ilkewrle seprarmon a
other dutte apertaning to his oc as may re tome a
lmea bh prcibdy th BoaroB d Drdere.
Soc. . It shall bh, edditieally, the duty of th Libraian,
eader the Immediat povslten of tt traor, to keep the
ecord book ofbenrrption ad naldues of members; to
ronbdllsof lt same and genera to taei chag ef ssoh
ocr hooks sad aee as mopbe i u r t mh beee.
mm of three hmdred dols for the ftthful dserarge of the
dutlee of his oflio, sod wUl hold the m at the pieasures o
l thBoard Of Dretors
en y petrichr bythe lto k rsls •aumin ini the bnao of
the Sac. II. It shll he a·dionloaly, the dauty of the Amstnt
iO Ubrarn nderothe Immediate upervIson of the Tresurer.
log in collect the subecriptoonsend ether enuaL dom ofmembers
log toeherwith such other collectIons an my be epecially as
Ot sLgnedhlm- os t likewisepta r n o otherdutis p--.
pertaining to hIs ofmic asmay from tim to ime b preecrtedO
, tby e Boad of Diractoem
a II. 1. 1sil be the duty of the Llbret and as
ate tt to attrend epedaly to the lvung eind givliring out of
ab eoks, carefl y obsrvin tho IUbrar rlgulations or the
ee mme; to give specil aitention to the fllUg of aoweapeo, the
rwh r0equro inythat apalty, tokep ass lya ke
,xl . therooms of the Ase-ocla clam, well etilaeddan
fl pturesU, satuary, ate,, be _thr d d in e
ogenrIll that the Idbray ad ReatdimgRoom b mde, anr
abd e and attractve for the eovelesannd rsort of me
-mehe. Trh Librrian and his resistcam• ahailvepert themselves
iree d lnl atay l dtbapyloo. ' - ]
as 8Sc. I. Eae member oftbo eAeatlOu dl etitied t
the use of the Lltbra y may wthdraw abeX. ko0k ofr sbooks,
y end tn thesame two ekis fom the date of dell vry.
e: ew hbooks, catalolued within the current yea shall o 'tho
oI newrd. but mast, at the exprball of two wees, be retlur
in setothe Librry ;other books ol crrttu may, onepphica
lion to the lIbrarlia, bh rewed for the Like term or two
i- weeks. Provide', thatot morthan two seo uate renewalrs of
rti tusmebook. orsetof books, be allowed without speclal
pemll·n of the Board of Diretors. So book or set of books
member or drector; aor shall boos bO trnfrrd from one
smmo to enothe.
and payto the Librumrta, for thmese Of the Asc.h foiv
a. mte for ech day ove t time the hook or set o boook .sh aL
hawe be as detainod in bhi poaseeon; and such tam shall
in al cas, be fully exatoed witsout ferenee to the v~u oa
the bookathst ; Provided, that this relatcion shall
sot he dpMed to inerere wh any regaIoas regardig
books ci referen.
Soc. Il. Ifany membe lees, dahtuoor Injue a hook or eet
f books, he sahll ma the ame good to the Librri: and
If ay bhook leat, daoaedor lorsd reonueolf set, he stall
either rpla the st or py the full vale of the same to tbe
trmasrer, ad may therupon reeive the rmmaining volume
Ia m. l Bood eenaot be eamtnd en th shvles, bht
Sach member shall be privilelgd to use a bock belosging to
the ]lbrar, Is the RLoadngoBom of the Aseoeatton (of
which me the Librarin shall at the time keep a mianuet
vet such book, Ifit he one of eIrculatIon, mset be raitneqliesd
to anysmember withdrwtng the same from ths Ubry.
bo. 17. Such books, mea. ehte ao, as have een er
n, q t that tiehe not token from the library, shl a
ers e lned therom Books whiec arepelae y vad
htritheir plates, for raity or anilotity, or fe sber taoe
my fom tmle to he dselnatu hooso refe
nd, I l rch. esb t r icted from cirultion., hot oan
end al times e f y con tdaul t tho Ibmrr or in the Rdling
Norm. Bcks retictd shall be taken from te brary
WE enly by~ecla- permimleio of thellbra'ry Cmmittee
hr. 1, Rsogasatoo Of - h must- e mde
in wrLttLg, eIther to th .Treusu r or Board of Dre.
tore and ma he nested only ar the payme. of all
due, rfett r dad armraee, Any member wsh
se c utnaminulubin met mabershmp.
Soi. I T prle of the Asedto w lll be th
drwa frm ymber whesbhl rse topay Rune and for.
t'aricrer d, or who eal be km.,a wilfulto riolets
eigLiblo ha reldoa· unt] full sailofistio shall haoe ham
mado efalle ga cme end that thte ruation may be
ftrhom pnreo thus se tawis ed th r ese thaefor.
Tb oBsl of Breatom rwll he tIme to tim alte, mader
onoabLt Iake ddiulena lBy awS may b asoar d
I' 1. h. .. I allOed b etherwi s mon
LIbary or Ike~A Es ro Dem tes, i p eroJuce
cONTITUTION Y. . M M. L. A
the famnt R listueto therof, to oeaine themgtMS
tncoteuttj3wth dotee a*? Propriety.
Bias S. Any Wood wio * 03 douds, d or it
eOtar a Mewspaperor p rid s. plaed oN £lso auopo. ho
hadin Room t h, =sha 2 m w t e...Omr a fine equa
to four Ums thre valst a r a rnpated oen,
shall be liIble to, npli.. .
m.o. nL Any r 'be .e h tlvioI to tmattusa
Miod, note rsldet ebof the om whe am smut he reg.om
lesed Ins boo prd hr thkt J asf ad whowill r
soei froa the LmIsa d ICo1iI emao tes toem a
four wes1., 1tw tmeo*o heef lbsAeseode. W
ARTIWLB DI Hs IrOW
at A A trto amnmber to w boots d sset
tlt t ar t theL gay i tiehtm loom.
..W. hIe, s__
,OOII O IIhte
WE 0 CO.rE
ARTHUt BL HE.
Ihnenovo Oetmilte . M. IM. L. A.
N. O. STUAMBHIP OOMPANY.
aIts Oh ITg alIg t hmses O Pbll oIO,
e U1e -Ih emtm' es t A IIg ew s m b
ie OarI eL galhom elg lrendrd ea, o e am I he
cad of as ladep"'o oftUned.. tgae
Wn sed e asts ad Pl m I ar os oe a y
J* tu n mýmr. Ib e
TheS Md it of od Oem he the» 1T'9
ORLEANS SEAMSHIP C I" and domil In
hreby estabihed In the ty of Nw Orls ad It shall
lt o sad contnu for the term of twesty-fv yas from the
date of tMhe ursosmto, .antls 'coner dlso.lvnw ua herelnafter
ero veded for. hall bowsa corponrte seol w devie upon
he same' thei asm of the Compaq a mota
theDeoI ARTICLE I: 0
,.s oIutasi on oron teai h6lpO, to o tute aI
or Rins of steeanhe. to be owned ad ontrolled In the city
of New Or eans a toads betwen ald ety d may pet
r pr on the Atlantic onot o olf of Ioo.
manager of sad pany shall e the proper p ert. on
whom to oes dtoliama, notos. sad otierlsial proem where
Is m aid OUmassy myu be Interesd.
le to be kept, to oad hook, In the rame of tl Co.
psln, a col ,record of the proceedlpg, troastl o onei o
sormpleteaoroun t of the receipt. and dlahurwmante ti:rout.
H shall moruover ad am TreoreTer to LICOaya
ýyar seek ash oeot one of the hanks or hanling Com
Strol, in the nama sad for oaount of the Comtpany. sad to
he aloas authorted and mnpowerod to draw chocku, to he
S oe . It shell be it duty of the Maagll of elold
Company to exhibit, or aesto be exhibted tot.e dtckhold
ma, wheever tUIe regqd by them, a1l the books, papate.
eounte mod doenmeo h bIloratn to sod Company, .ad alot
mobmit to them as or befoe the twentleth of soot month, a
detoalld stulement of ýthe hpsmesm and safas of the Compaqy
duigSa I cun t the or the o 0semM, pemseast *50000
er deahoftheat Mne Bearde- 1 eUo shalltom
dlntot7 .proomeito s ta Maero tm. , who shalt ad
a soeb until tho saummuat m tberaftr of the e-ck
bolders. at whih lesing the e r hall Ipeoeed to
elect a manger ftr om.s theelvd who shall .o subject
osr bem o of th o eger, oIke ofremaofd Obe olf olC.,e
rka'zowera toar 4appoint aMsoger pro tam.
as L At the ste .solag of At Stoebede of the_
ouperw y, thne Macares ay maka a t of such .atters
and tbinp eL may demt xpsdtWat and e. for the
mtendt of tine Compey.. / whias mesting each .hare of
maL em tbrugot Iot. . ..
beL The so l Manaer *1 have p to appoint
eer. and ether t e mpee " u y.. and oftener i
a c +ar. aubject the appro val o
Board of Csatua; mad he may remove anid SecretaryU, ea
Ih o etphais of the sold lam of toeatws veers.
nboese set upn frthe adeece of mLaid Company
iseemmlnn hr p the modo of selli, and disposng of alt
the prerty and e belonging to mald Company and alo
todride pem_ an4 x t. termmod condtios of Lte mo.eo
ilhedo_ thof. nd finall.,y of win o·p moLd lquidag
ohiOsth l a ehelds In apil hea w ts.
wer to wind up d settle th bu.a d stirs of oldo
say molýn ma e a dtds or41ln ea t tLhs sami givi
f slNtla7 d pates o" to wo mof to aNt Pdua c sa0
!s ARTIL}EI I.s
LAR, divided Ito idn olf ift Dollars each, lall of whIch
beaMpdator befir the dging oaf l pro sale; which
oeptaM Iay esusd tomM amoit oat exeeditg ame
lea M -ogdes hes s. - mened hy 0.lade osl".
omee th oers the Companl sbject! o the op
or·; tt]4Ded aot lMtrl. who msho ad no a srtod
1r gss tso0emog the b~rr d Me6 0
bs ofd *0 Ceso * hl bd my maluel h cs M
os , ainges *1 * 6 roh n'' vo f, amu
Mus.edto mtdrm"and of Ceut- rlofwh ti taod Manpger
shellho ( Satrmes so ld Elte d tomw wt W matters
rIt, sod untl the elecion d Drca.has
Cad'e. reea'dd- t ahesd a id,, sih d
dosssl velhLtb J.lseos ' IIyo
tu he 0 ltssmoea ao afresd, sod t sd
T hey haeoroda .mat.s, r _ ha b
Tand somp rms; te o fir of rer a emp loye o
sbU I 'm at . g Ix be.r Ir l wrt
TLAiRTClLE pVL -X PbgI
* Inad, okteftos1ehe he set Ofe
aletIoeJ*la5 aIoed eIray ls 6 r19 orbp.t
Imd,.adTBT gtedb me tteret.
yr mIaatARTIC FIEV
Nmaco¶PanY hv the eibct rd threse l-rtornll,