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.-06as m ys e-forth of all
rqbe r, pusoh*s from the Ter- 01 -1
-There are 70,634 natives or Ire
lead i oeicnt, tour c who aut
Ne rg rned as colors a
-The Emperor William has de- lapi
eided not to allow the erection of app
any statute of himself during his edll
-It is aid that more than one
half of the hotels in the country are any
kept by natives of Vermont and New "o
-Miss Ida Greely, daughter of o
Horace Greely, is said to be one of en
the most accomplished mathemati- 'em
.eians in the United States.
-Next year musical instruments Th
are to be included among the objects tio
admitted to the galleries of the Eng
lish International Exhibition. bor
-Each of its street lamps costs Mr
Cincinnati $40.55 per year,-about "R
onefifth the amount being paid for gr3
lighting, ex±toigfishing, and clean- -
ing t.e lamp. th
-One hundred women in the thu
United States are now studying the
law. The yoathful male attorneys rei
will soon begin to wail in chorus -
with the physicians. to
-An old maid, with more bones th,
than flesh, is writing :;tters through to
the papers advising yo::ng girls not pi
to marry. Poor thing! she don't ani
know how it is herself. no
-The Lae Shore & Michigan
Southern Railroad Company will
shortly commence to lay a second
track between Toledo and Buffalo,y
and from Elkhart to Chicago, using
steel rails. pr
-The gold-mining prospects are
unusually f=avorable in Montana i in
this year, owiag to the great abun- TI
dance of water in the mountains,
and old miners are returning thith
er in great numbers. fo
-The Richmond Enquirer does co
not believe in making a fuss about or
hazing at West Point. It says that m
all the old army officers passed of
through it, and doubts if it be not sa
the best part of the training. gc
-The great festival in honor of to
Beethoven, which had to be post- he
poned on account of the war, will he
take place in his native town of ca
Bonn in August, and will be in all ea
respects conducted in acecrdance m
with the original programme.
-The Phoenix, the magazine for Si
Chinese and Japanese, publised in a
London, is now giving, besides a
course of Chinese novels, a transla
tion of a Japanese novel, on account
of the attention that has been excit- so
ed by Japanese tales. t
-A North Carolina paper tells a el
thrilling story of an attack on a fish
ing-party by a bald eagle. The
bird, it says, flew in great rage at
one of the party, burying its talons
in his arm. The party, after a short it
contest, broke his wing with their
fashing-poles and captured him.
--Colonel J. E. Peyton, of New a
Jersey, is engaged in the effort to
secure a meeting of the male des
cendedents of the signers of the
Declaration of Independence, to
make arrangen:ents to take part in
the natinal celebration of the ce
tennial anniversary of American In
-The new depot prmjected in St I
Louis will be one of the largest t
buildings, if not the largest build- c
ing anywhere erected to the nes
of trade. It is significant not only
oi the promise itfprpeity for the 1
city iuwhich it is, bat of the fact
that the monments of our time are
neither aie nor ecolesiusticl, but
-'the ~ebjeet of femaleedaeation
eems to excite the interst ofItali
ma ldips, several of whom have de
votad their time to givig lestur 1e
with nviw toits improvement In
ln ea mme of saItatfe smd
litrry mfofrenes has been .ia
qusred by 8ignera Torrisni, at
w e materseomuseted with.female
-An apprd~sching marriage in'
hid is (early eight feet high)
s~eo irsm ed and communicat
.4 toW as~ey; that of the pretty
)ghty " "giSatess, Mise Swan,
wi the HK tacky giant, Captain
Van Berua-ate who appeared for
the rs time t Willis's Rooms on
'-Philadslphiat6i any@ wy r
ring in her midst City boata
.epa9tituting quite a leet, we~ri
esatly engaged in the healthtful ac
. snpin of raking for bivalves,
whebrtheoy. were set upon by the
Ne, .J,,er5lpo8f.d ..poolisc aum
,m wilv ejected.
--This story wi iold o Jadge Voss,
of-New raapshire, in his latdays;
when almost lifelesathtough pr>asly
dis: A aeighor eme n wh was
madmtood to hs sn s btter days
but had been redueed by improvi
dsce or badhabis to a rather .
lapidated condition. He, however,
appeared this day quite unexpect
edly in a pretty tidy suit of black.
The son remarked the change, and
inquired if he was mourning for
any one. "No," was the reply;
"only mourning for my sins." The NO
Jdge raised up for a moment, and
bat for a moment, and with his
former droll look and his latter brok
en articulation asked, "Lost any of
-A consolation for the ladies. don
This world abounds in him-perfee
-Frugal landlady of boarding- e
house-"Coming home to dinner, A
Mr. Brown?" Heavy Boarder- wi
"Well, perhaps; if I don't feel hun- ,
S-A country girl coming from " S
the field, was told by her cousin
that she looked as a daisy kissed by
the dew. "No, indeed," was the
reply, "that wasn't his name."
-Leavenworth, Kansas, is said 5S
to boast of a man who is so tall PW
that his likeness cannot be got in
to one picture. A local artist has
painted his head and shoulders, and
announces that he will be "contin
ued next week."
-Every plain girl has one con
solation-though not a pretty young
lady, she will, if she lives, be a pret
ty old one.
-When may a gardener be called
proud? When he studies haughty
I-An Indian called at a tavern; yet
in the spring of the year, for a draw Hi
The landlord asked him two cop
pers for it. The next spring, hap
pening at the same house, he called
for another, and had to pay three
coppers for it. "How is this, land
ord ?" says he; "last fall you asked lii
me but two coppers for a glass of w
of rum, now you ask three." "Oh," ae
says the landlord, "it costs me am
good deal to keep rum over win- a"
ter. It is as expensive to keep a fo
hogshead of rum over winter as a
horse." "Ah," says the Indian, "I
can't see through that; he won't eat n
so mneh nay; maybe he drink as ii
-A Chiacse photographer in
r San Francisco being upbraided by A
a lady customer because the picture I
didn't suit her, briefly replied, "No
have handsome; how can ?"
t -"Developement of species,"
m said an old bill-discounter, "don't
talk to me about developement of
species. The only thing worth A
a studying is the developement of
t -A Norwich man is very angry
withhis wife. He boughtan India
rubber air bed. She didn't believe r
it was healthy to sleep on a mat
trees that was not ventilated, and,
so during his abeence, panched
Wabout fifty holes in it. That hus
0 band has lost faith in woman's in
e -A lady made a call upon a
o friend who had lately married.
n When her husband come to dinner
' she said, "I have been to Mrs. Sim
-son'as." '"Well," replied the hus
band, "I suppose she is very hap
i py." '"Happy! Well, I should t
Btthink sheoughtto be; she has a
f- camel's hair shawl two-thirds
ly -An economicalresident of New
ii buryport, Mass., applied at the
t post-off8oe the other day for ten
re cente' worth of six-eent-pcstage
at stamps, and when told that he mast
pay two cents more if he wanted
Stwo, he looked disappointed and
g repiied, "Well, I s'pose I must have
'em sayhow; but meews to me thqy
are dreadful dear."
-The other day, while a teaber
d was heagabo gsite his lineo,
t e hDeqnt nso·oed: om m: -
at wages fsin i death." Tei tueb
Spre wlshibgtot g the'rd "wage"
ouet vy deaet3, asked; "What
day Wight the abn answered
a pedrt ', g ete drunk"
) -We are told thatthes.ea.th
·t ing made inin. IuatlMw aboaL
a pretty young 'iMyl Is'ut she
on maiden vain.
i -Why is the mariner neeseari
for a wicked man?9 Bemuese he's a
On naughty cusm.
John Brown wishes 'to khow it,
rar by psyingat% ir the works ear
rt he can get Scott free ?
-r A italm Ir ne ofe M661ih songs
oc- ram .t.: 'Ouoanh hal~ be ros
Ses, .bespangle. wish dww." .&"
the which a sensible girl replied:
m- I ,Two] gfe e the rhe.matiz
sad so it woeldy oe,
- w" !
4 times second A
SM time a mimute,
14,400 times an hoaur, B
4,000 times a day.
292,00 times a week,
10,368,000 timei a months
1!6,144,000 times a yar.
MOME IS EXPECTED OFA WATCHl. W
THAN ANT KIND O0
It must not only ruu u day, but night ;ST
Sne only on weekdays, but on Sundays and
olidayr. R must run hanging up or t g
down-upside down or right side up. A aust ill
keep running when the wearer sits down or
stand tap. When he wallcsor rd In fact,
it is expected to do its duty at all times, in
every pldae and in seery position. th
A Genuine Waltham Watch G
will fulfil all these requirements, I wound PO
once a day, it will faithfully tick for you lb
a hundred and twenty.six million times in sa
a year, without even requiring fresh oilI
all that time. ra(
A Genuine Waltham Watch he
l5 Spring, 9 taeells, 51 Seires, and 98 other
I parts making oeaogether 136 separate pieces.
ALL GENUINE WALTHAM. J(
W~tcohem harve mnevea th
STowe l.[. at
TEL RITRA JEWELLEaD EAT ELIETEI JEWEL ea
?EE FULL JEwsLmND N·av FUISZ!
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
by nmachinery, The machinery used in
making the movement of a single watch
coast over a llundred Tnousand Dolirs,
yet we sell these Watches, in a solid Silver
Hunting Case, for 18& The same watch
could not be made by hand and finisheds
as perfectly for Tax T Erm As UCE. e
A Genuine waltham Watch '
Is ihterchangeable, liWe a Springfield ri le
that is, any part of one Watch is exactly
like the same part in another ; and if ten r
if Watches of one grade were taken apart,
and the screws, wheels, springs. de., were
mixed together, ten watches could be
made by putting these parts together
again, withuot any reference to their
a former combination. This is a
t For, if any pert of a Waltham Watch is
Sinjured we can always replace it at a
A BENUNE WALTHAM WATCH'
Is made with special reference to
Other Watches will ran for a year or two,
an require constant repairs ; but
Ii Walthsm W'AWtoh
WILL RUN FAITHFULLY
V FOR MANY YEARS.
We sell these Wsatches,
IN SOLID SILVER RUNTING
LN SOLID GOLD HINTING CASES,S70
- We have prepared an I
a ILL8STRATED PRICE LIST,
which describes the various grades of
Watches in detail, gives the weight and
Squality of the Cases, and all other inform
I stion aecessary foran intelligent selection.
We wish every one would send for it
d befoIre ordering a Wate~h.
SWraefor itt as ftUows :
Messrs. Howard & G.,
no. 785 Broadway, Nes YorkL :
,o Peawse ed te paor Imiatrefr Pric
List o Wi'dtam Watches, as per adver
tisemea in Tas Lmarma.
(Sign name and address in fall)
;ed WITHOUT EXPENKSE,
We beve-amtmstu r Rye fhusand oi
the m wateke apona the. conditions, anad
e Ivemy bem ams4 to reimand the momey
tI tfbs e.e ed answer 4d es was
nk- ase esa dist fd with the
iwaih, bit m..i..u the e, .
ma a ma . e - ee, a on a
Sat a sa a a o aIm ss ra r
aWd W wNes 1t a s ea . e
a, Uedd Oai led alh whIraev w
*P A no prope tosellitma . other
ae- asstemhr eass sw i3 no s PaGes a
tiz: . .*.N. O he&,o.
7es WWAldoUa mr E .
Fg et Lo.d Caio mi smphis.
"The Steamer KATIE,
SJ. M WEnS, Mast; will
leave New Oeram Whr above ports on
Juan 10; Jane 24;
Jaly 4; July 4.
FoP ght orita passage apply on board,
J. JARNET, No. 18 Common Stret.
A. A. GREEN, No. I6 Common Street
Wbre a plan of the cabia a be seen T
ST. LonIs AID Nw Oursma PACKIr
FOR CAIRO END ST. LOUIS
Illinois Central Railroad Poakets.
fon .MaRMPIS, CAIRO
1uand the Beads-The ina
passenger steamers of
this line will leave as roriows:
Giving through bills of lading to all
points on the Memphis and Charleston 2
Railroad, Nashville sad Nothwestern
Railroad, and Memphis and Ohio Bail
road---abo to St. Louis.
i Through Tickets furnished at lowest
rates to all points Et, West and North, 7I
by all the various routes via Memphis,
Cairo and St Louis. Staterooms se
cured at General Office, 104 Common
A. A. WOODS, General Agent,
104 Common Street
C. G. WAYNE, Freight Agent,
87 Natchez Street,
JOHN N. BOFINGER. Pr~eident,
Bills of lading for all freights over
L the Illinois Central Railroad; signed
fat the office of
JAMES T. TUCKER,
L apL 6-tf 26 Carondelet Street
MECUHANTS' SoUrMSa khAear.}
Foa r. Loans, CAiMo,
e MEMPHIs and the Bends
"The steamers of this line will leave as
follows. at 5 P, M.
Ir Giving through bills of lading over C
Lithe Illinois Central Railroad to al C
Spoints on Arkansas, White and Cumb 8
erland rivers. Through bills of lading A
and passenger tickets issued to all
points on the Upper Mississippi. as
Ic high as St. PauL E
y Plans of cabin may be see and state- i
n rooms secured on application to
STEVENSON & VEI1LANDEB.
1385 Gravier street. A
er JOHN F. BAKER, President.
r Bills of lading overthe Illinois Cent
ral Railroad signed only at the office of F
JA. T. TUCKER.
26 Carondelet street.
NEW UILEANS, CHICAGO
AND THE WEST.
HE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
Blue Line, Via Cairo,
Erom New Orleans on firrt
0, LEAVING DAILY, AT 5 P. M., FOB
CAIRO, CHICAGO, AND ALL
Ls POINTS NORTH, WEST AND
EAST, AT THE LOWEST
All rates and all through bills of
lading from New Orlean by above
route given, signed and recognized
only at the General Ofcee of the Com
1 pany, No. 23 Caroaddet Btreet
Shippers by this route aste all dray
age and transfer charges at Cairo,
0and their goods are always under
cover, and no charges are made for
JAMES T. TUCKER,
VICKSBURG AND BENDS.
FOR VICKSBURG, DAVIS' Bend
. Leaves on SATURDAY, at 5 P. M
it GRmvrwar, AeRoLE
.8anny Mide, Egg's Point
mrnard, Grand Luke, Leo
ta, Maryland, Carolina, Pilcher's Point
caipwith, lake Providece, Trealvania,
Goodrich'a Millikens Bend, Dsekport,
Vicksburg, Orand Gul st. Joseph, Rod
~ ay, Waterproot, Nathebs. Byes Sara,
art- n nRuge. PlsaqeminaDuaani ler,
sad all intmediate d Cost leadinrg.
The new and msgnieent'steamsr
(In pLaes efsamsr Natebs,)
Will leave as above aud, 'Ill land all
7, Coast passses with their feight
Connect at Vicetabs' with packets for
i ofall point. on the Yaeop d Thiel hechis
may For fhihre assage agppljy - bard,
was or to
the IN O, JAirU, 'g
SW. R. Gmnom, ]mas;
ll Will leavse New Orlem every S&abn,
st K P M., mdWuas~o, at. P. . .
.0O. Ems. mYo, 11CO m sm
UNION LEAGUE CLUB HOISfE
. a.........nasal does..........L .
The mrnss e thise-O.ii'i open each
dy oma'w s an - heir gwssm or
I. lEM* Pi t M. r.w. bet.
t I .g r r. M 'L
1. IaN, 11 lmoo adl bli
THE ONLY ALL BAIL ROUTE jb
To 8 Louli, iicageo, Omaha, San
iandel.e, 81 P l, Bas. Cify, Lev
enworth, St Joseph, do
Aud a iNlO tx, Eat aul Wat. O
TWO EI;REBS TRAINS leave the Fe
New Orleans, Jackson and Great -
Northern .aiboad Depeo daily, at 7 $5
AM. and P. M.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of
Canal street daily at 8 A. M., via the
New Orleans, Mobile and Chattanooga
Railroad, making close connections St
at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio we
ailroad to al points North, E a
and West Cl
For tickets apply to P
A. D. SHELDON.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and at
Great Northen Railroad, corner Camp th
and Common streets, under City Be
Hotel ; or to th
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and dE
Chatanooga Railroad No. 150 Com- C,
mon street, under St. Charles Hotel. ws
J. L. WINOFIELD. bI
General Superintending Agent St Louis. S1
Iron Mountain and Southern lailroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
CHATTANOOGA RbILROAD. n
The Mobile division of this road will be it
opened for bdness on 01
eaday, hveaber 3l. 187l, a
and pmsenger trains will run as follows : w
Leave New Orleans, from the foot of 0
Canal street, for Bay St. Louis, Pass
Christian, Missisippi City, Biloxi, Ocean
Springs, Pascagona d Mobile at o'olock
A. M. Arrivive at Mobile at 2:30 o'clock a
P. ILM, connecting at Mobile with the P
MOBILE AND OHIO, and the MO- "
BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAIL
- ROADS for all point.
NORTH, EAST AND WEST. C
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:90 b
. M. Arriving at 610 P. M. a
Fare tweetm iw rleans sad Mobe, t
THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN
EACH WAY DAILY.
Freight received at New Orleans, at
the foot of Julia street before 4.30 P. M,.
C delivered at Mobile early next morning. °
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY
For further information, call at the
General Office of the company, rooms one
and two, up stairs. STORY BUILDING,
corner Camp end Common streets.
r J. R. KENDRICE,
rl General Superintendent.
The New Orles, Jcakms, uad Grept
Norther and isiasipi Cemlt
A Run their Passenager Caebes and Bag
gages Cars, their comhined length
t BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RE
Dt, SENCE TO DESTINATION.
IL, T~e 7i , BqrsTral rus Daily,
Make dm eas.t. m . . r Viousburg.
ad lpoiats bqond, Seeping cam at
ill igt (asateato Quaad Junctin and
Thei i balm a Es Me u hsily,
j, Mar mbeale e~uaeiin lh i s
- r and T WES. rnes ithe at
had, m1 sse. , and IdmiSi te-atm
, .- Iig hain Seil arnes at 1:30
S a t- is at 11' A. I
T.i -Ose, Gid" bo* a I- .n.di..
j, Thkt GeqS Njew O1 at un Cit
IE J. , B i iOaY . pi omi Tiqe9a s.t
D. 3. MOnar, Ge'se' e.
DEALERT Y iOLD AID
SILVER WA '"HB86
And Fie God Jewelry. Keep alvayson
hand all lases and patterns of Gold,
Silver ai- Steel Spectacles and Eye
G esms. Glasmm ehanged and mseat to
any part of th country. Watch repairs
done prospty and waateL Address Dl
112 Castmdslet ase t, 95ewOrleas
h Feb. 16 y
7 G5 GOOD
of AT OLD PRICES
ga AS THE BOLE AGENTS in the United pe
s States for the IVERPOOL WATCH CO., go
do we are athorized by them to close out
iet a larg.line D t European Watches,
Chains. etc., now in stock for Cash, at
prices never before known. All beautiful
in finish, artistic in design, reliable or'
aeccurate time, durable, and of the lates 11
ad style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
uP than esmt of importation ad forwarded 1
ity securely paked, prepaid, to any part of
the country on receipt of price. Money
can be sent to us by Express, with or
ad ders tor Express Co.. to return Goods or
m- Cash, which will secure promptness and
I. safety to purchaser. Among our list will
be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
is. SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
ad WATCH, genuine English full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
steel cut hands, engine turn nerl, correct
and serviceable article, large or small size
in complete running order, wiih an
elegant Gent's Vest Chain, Locket and i
key, all' complete, mailed free for FIVE
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in flne
18 hart Gold plated Double Caes.
be imitation of $100 Gold Watch--engraved
or plain, genuine English, full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
correct, and in complete running or-,
der with elegant Gent's Vest Chain,
m : with(ocket and Key, mailed pre-paid for e,
of only EIGHTEEN DOLLARS
ass The Oride Gold Watch,
Ean IN MASSIVE OBIDE GOLD Double i
ock Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegantly t1
oak engraved, or engine turned, Genuine
the Patent Lever movements, fulljeweled,
g- regulated and warranted to keep correct
IL- time, and wear equal to Gold, preci
sely like in appearancea make, nish,
brilliancy of color. S900 Gold Watch.
One of these splendid Watches will he
forwarded by mail fMee to any addesm, in
1 90 handsome morocco es lined with velvetl
and satin, (adies' or Gmt's sie Wtch,)for
only TWELVE DOLLARS.
Watches for H3liday PresntsmanaufrA
ile, tured to order.
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES'
of all grades, in Gold and Silver Case.s,
from $8l upto $100. Other Good Watches
equally low. With every Club of six
Watches, of any kind, we mad o extra
of same kind free, as a premium to getter
up of the Club. A superior stock of Ge
t noise Oride GoldChains, $2 to each,
warranted fully equal to Gold in brillianey
of color, wear, etc., Bills of over $12 ool
ig. I.cted cn delivery, if desired. All Bl Bils of
NY $12, and less, must becash in P. O.
Money Orders, or Registered Letters, at
our risk. Goods carefully selected, packed
and forwarded pre-paid by mail, or by1
Express, or receiptofprice. S fdelivery
the of all goods gnarenteed. Watchen forward-!
ed to be exammed to parties known
when express charges both ways see paid.
NG, No goods forwarded west of the Mississippi I
River, with bill to olleet on deivery.
Purchasers must paly all eprmm eharges
S on goods sent C. O. D.: also otbr return
of money. All Cads orders forwarded
fee of charges to destiation. Catalogue
Free. Address all orders.
CHAS. P. NOR'ON A CO.,
Importers of Watabes, etc.
)N: Established 1857. 116 Nmsaum St., N. 1.
SGiROLEIlES, PRODUCE dC.,
SaO- CO~ kE C Vcour STa.
ngth Nw Oazakas, La.
Heveo. Head, o nes add gqsw.
. 3. .wmms, L c. mtncuas, 1. . Urc .
wITE, BRICHARDS & Co.,
Oucw m . .A D. GRI7 Ca ,
j',IWholmc3 l ,woorwr
U ID an NIIgdu
Ilethes a mtWatr elas.
S 10l.......POYDBAS TRE~T......106
GRo. oIGNC ALP. Jaonu)D .
G11SAC A11) JSI AII,
hill, e aoc s e
Con Comps - Vua e,. . 32.
Osdma prmptiy atteaded to.
2*.* P. BETHEI4
wl V. . TU S.... 9 r. -UREE
GAset --. & - - UR
-i .sem . Ord L
ni .G.t..W]TI, A0bi9T.
JOSEPH H. 1180?,
163.... CANAL ST . ETl
DRY G EODS, GNTh R nu
DRY GOOD ODS,
LADIES ROOM FoR ial$,
CARPETS MATTING AD .r,
AI rit to the oore ,wE
person w'h.ing to btay cdap a
'110 .... CANAL STREET ••.1k
Near St. Charles,
NEW ORLEANS, LA
MEN'S AND BOYIP
(or am own NIA)
BOYS ND CHIDn,
or Lis M11O IH DRIT E 11g
Every Article Marked in
Goods sold on "one prioe" gyte, -
any article porchase3 which fail to 0
satis ction can be retorned md the i
ey will be efonde
aiModerate Prices and Ftr
Stock to select from are somd
r the inducements offered at
]B. T. WALSHE's
. PIFllI SSIRT AL ? W GISO UHIIS
110 Canal St., near St Cbarl
Tweef Orla*e am.
N. B.-Letter Orders receive p
attention and flled C. O. D. if dai
MRS. A. M. PARRISH
XO.31 CAL1L STIIT,
New Orleans, La.
Particular attention paid to b
l- manufacture of Gents' UPCe
G clothing; alsoBase Ball Clob md
'i Firemen's UniformMade to ord
" BRANCH OF THE EW 1IU
E, porf arn qf Fashi
l epreviatd by Irn. 1. GNdJ
1 Irn. i. L Linat
OF ALL KIZDB, FROM
SUIT8 IN GRFAT VARIET,
* Wzappmn Singha lenm wct'
rnil sad Wllking su,, .
srms Ss, OvgO Skilu r.
- RasS l. Ia.st M R'yl*e
Cthe TRADE gupjed as II
, Seample Rome,
AT MRS. A. M. PARR0I
FILtT fgLE[IUI g1Te