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I hAAESTI,9 JIJMIS.
-AmeugIhe ladlSeeO ve
the at e Conmo urei Tpd, .U-i h&
Statin ur, md daughta of Dsvid
Paul Brown, Esq., one of Philadel
phia's 76 dimngurlshed - lawyer
Mrs R. deserves grst consideration
from the Government, her husband
being a Southerner by buth, and yet
to the last a true Union. mea. Meek
ladies as Mrs. R. are entitled to more
than that pitiful nine hundred a year,
whic'h stops when the incumbent fol
lows the example of the Administration.
-A CasE Fon LAwrTSm.-A woman
got a degree of divorce in the west
ern part of this 1 tate recesitly, whith
allowed her to marry again, but do
nied that privilege to the other par.
ty. Now the same couple want to;
remarry, and the question is, Can
the man do it in this State without
violating the decree?
-4ne aecountof t! e destruction of
the Vendomne column, in Paris, says
that when it fell, it brolce into three
pieces. Another accornt says it was
sh?*ttered inti ten thousand frag
thents. Who is responsible for the
dis crepency of nine thousand sine
hundred and ninety-seven pieces?
-A citizen of Mississippi, aged 96;
years, became so enraged because
he could not pull a shirt, which he
hbd forgotten to unbutton, over his
head, that he tgok his loaded shot
gun, placed the muzzle under his
chin, pulled the trigger with his
toes, and blew his head almost en
-A little girl, f ie years 5hd, living
ing in Luzerne county, Penn., who
with other children, was amusing!
herself by seeing how many bean
she could' hold in her mouth at a
time, was taken with a fit of cough
ing, while her mouth was full, and
was strangled to death.
-A Vagabond was arrested in
Poughkeepsie the other day for be
ing drunk, and on being arraigned
he admitted the charge, and plead
ed as am excuse that he'd been bury
ing a lot of gmall-pox clothes, and
dr ank whisky as a disinfectant. The
Justice ordered him to be hustled
out of the court room as soon as
-Swrxnavr'--He that sympa
thi.'es in all the happiness of others,
perhaps himself enjoys the- safest
happiness;-and he that is warned by
all the folly of others, has perhaps
attained the soundest wisdcm.
-A merchant. of Newburyport
sent an inquiry by telegraph to Cal-'
rutta, by way of London, at nine'
o'clock on Thursday morning of
last week, and received an answur
at six o clock in the afterecoo of the
-The largest block of marble
ever quarried on the Western con
tinent was recently brought to this
city all the way from San Francisco.
It weighs setenty tons.
--An Trishwoo an, in her will, or
dered her body t0 be burned after
death, as she was very much afraid
of being buried alive.
-Hon. Alexander H. Steplicus of
Qeorgia luis purchased an interest in
the Atlanta Dsilj, Sun, and is announ
cecd as one of its editors and propri
-He who I -wes his purse alone,
hAs set his affer tions on the best
thing about hb m.
In his late work on the origipi of
civilization, Sir John Lubbock takes
the ground that exibting savages
are not tho descendants of civilized
ancestors, - and that the primitive
condition-of man was one of utter
barbarism, from which several races
have independently advanced. He
does not clain that all are neecs
marily improving, hut that while
some are appsreadly stationary and
others actually deteriorating--the
latter condition being sihiost in
variably assooaited with the dying
out o! a race-the history of the
hamini race on the whole has been
cm* of progress. In a late paper
on the position of the Australian
lsangages read by W. H. J. Bleek
buforA the Anthropological Society
of London, of whisk Sir John Lub
bock in Preiedent, evidence which
seems opposed to the foregoing
'views wa* irc~dentahly furnished.
Dr. Bh&c uaiistniins thast looked at
frag, the .temdpolnt -of language,
the Aoutralina motive is to be re
warded as the degenerate offspring
of the South Indian race; and.a
eesnpsiise ct the reliuesenatoma
and ol'servaeues of time past, with
these of thepsemeat s.abg them,
wagd ales iadicate -that they had
their Wedriles their knowledge of
absaueimme shd thlawqilsr
systems. -pp 5 existing agaoug
thesi, we eited as still further
.1iea.e in hfaor of this belWe
-A Chinaman &ie. laving his
property to his three sons, as fol
lows: To Fun-Hund hiseldest, one
half thereof; Ne-Pin, his amond
son, one-third thereof, and to Ding
Bat, hidk yuneghet; one enth thele
of. When the poperty was inven
toried, it was found to consist of
nothing more or hass than seven
teen elephants; and it puzzled these
three heirs to decide how to divide
the property according to the terms
of the will, without chopping up
the seventeen elephants, and there
by seriously impair their value.
Finally they applied to a wise
neighbor, Sum-Punk. for advice
Sum-Pumk had an elephant of his
own. He drove it into the yard
with the 17 and said; "Now we will
suppose that your father has left
these 18 elephsts. Fan Hum take
your half and depart." So Fun-1
Hum took his nine elephants and!
went , his sayj. "Now -Nn-1in,"
said the wise man, "take your third
and git." So Xu-Pin tod six ele
phauts and traveled. "Now, Ding
Dat," 4ad the wise man, "take your,
ninth and be gone." So Ding-Dat
took two elephants and ashequatu
lated. Then Sum-Punk took his
own elephant and drove him home
again. Query: Was the property
divided according to the will ?
-A young man, very ambitious
of police promotion, was asked a
few days since by the mayor how
º he would like the detective busi
"But have you any qualifloations
for the business?" inquired the po
"Qualifie tions! Well. I should!
think so !" replied the embryo
Vidoeq, in a confidential tone.
"What are they-shrewdness, an
gac'ty, what ?"
"O, no, sir-I have been a thief
-The Weatherford Post (1Ndi
cal) cormes to us with the endorse-,
ment, "Why, in hel! dbon't you ex
change." Our answer is, that we
prefer to have no intercourse with,
that department of the Govern
ment. Radicalism in its original
features is hideous enough; but
Radio'l:sm in 'onjnnction with the
Powers of Darkaloss would be un
endurable by mortal man.-LStan
-A dabbler in litera'ure and the
fine arts, who prided himself on his
;Wguage, came upon a youngcter s
few isys since sitting upon the bian
of the rimer angling for gudgeons,
and thus addressed him: "Adoles
ence, art thou not endeavoring to
entice the finny tribe to engulf into
their denticulated mouths a barbed
hook, upon whose point is affixed a
dainty allurement?" "No," said
the boy, ' Im aV1fhing."
-A young fellow, who had been
married for a twelfth-month, said it
"as all sunshine. The next twelfth
month was all moonshine, and the
latter period of his iastamonial
carcer was without shine at all, ex
cept when his better half took it in
to her head to ~kick up a shinec!"
-His Satanic Miajesty ii to be
honored uith an autobiography.
fIt is to be written by Rev. Dr1
Be'ard. Such a wbtlc may sell
well; but a biograph~y with. a full
account of nis death would sell bet
tb ORre reeloy looms up in
Steforeground as a Presjilejitial
Scandidaie, He seeks no office, but
I' it the nomination should be
ithruatu pon him, he would not de-1
dline. Jt would appear that like
"Barkis" he is "willing."
-Never chew your words. A
student once sasked, "Can vircbu,
'fortichude, gratichude, or vuiechude
dwell with a man who is & stranger
to reetichude 7"
-"-I could a tail afokld," Could
yiou ? Then lo'ee not a momunt,'
but go instantly to Mr. Darwin.
'He will be delighted to uee you.
~.-An exchange saya that a street
in Peoria, which was known lest
year as 'Turtie Dove Aveuue,"1
.othierwias "Honcymoon Terrace,"
ha. had it. name changed to "Nor
., aery Row.0
S-The Height of Sebtarianuam.
! Finding a buankaote on the pave
ment ona a Sunday and declining to
. pick it uph
"Whatever urn, is figh&"-HoWr
1abeout the left hand and feet?
-Tepoor Uap's stosy-The
-Stdaset (tranaslting irido~
Sphnses- -do to the devil
Inerutwr-on may top there.
S-A oo h *n~~' motto:~
r"Whaterse' thou dost14 duet with all
W AINirW ATCHeE8,
TH1F ,B4LA~t #flXEL"
4 times second.
94l0 time n ,tainpfeº
14.400 times an hour, I
345.600 times a day,
292,00 times a week,
10,368,000 times a month,
126,144,000 times a year.
MORE IS EXPECTED OFA WATCH.
TIINANY KIND OF
1J MfA CITER '
It must ant only ran sntf day, bten f wiqht
not onrl on wAedagys. bet on mabps .aMs
lolidays. It tusewes na aging ,p or tyinga
doaca-upaide down or right side up. It mealn o
keep rindatiis aches the weaurer sits dotes or
atstad up, When he **nlks or rides. Inmct,
it is expeeed to do ald duty ed an times, in
every plate awl in avery position.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fulfil all these requirement.s. I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tick for yOu
a hundred and twenty-six million times nin
a year. without even requiring freijh oil
all that time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
5 Spring, 9 wheets. rn Perears. and 98 other
parts making alloheilaer 136 separate pivees.
ALL GENUINE WALTHAM.
Watohee have isevesz
THE BETRA JWEWLEtD HATS ELEVEN JEWEL. f
THE TVLL JSWELLltD HAVE FDYEEN
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
ha machinery, The nlhe dry need in
making the movement of a single watch
coast over a hiundred Ttouswad Dollars,
yet we sell these Watehes, in a solid Silver
Hunting Case, for $18. The nome watch
could not be made by hand and finisheda
as perfectly for Tan Tris As vecs.
A Genuine waltham Watch
Iihterchangeable, lipet a Rpringfeld rifle
that in. any part of one Watch la exactly
like the same part in another ; and if ten
Watches of-ne grade were taken apart,
and the screws, wheels, springs. &e., were
mined together, tee watcha- could be
made by putting these hurts together
again, withuot any reference to their
former combiaation. This is a
For, if any part of a Waltham Wata-h is
injurod w, can always replace it at a
A GENUNE WALTHAM WATCH'
Is made with special reference to -
Other Watches will run for a year rcr two,
an require constant r..pairs ; but
A. W ltb.*ama. Watch
WILL RXN F41T7IFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS
We sell these~ Wait,'has.
fIN SOLID SIlLiER ITINTTNGk
CASES . . .....$18'
IN SOLID GOLD TU!TINGl CASES,$71a
IWe have prepared an
ILLUSTRATED PRICE LUST,
which describes the varioaa' grades of'
Watches in detail, gives thne weight and
quality ot the Cases, and all other inform
ation necessary forain intelligent selacrion.
U We wishi ewery rane would mmmii fer it~
I before ordering a Watch.
I Writefor It as follows :
SMessrs. Howa'rd & C.
No. 716 Brnaidwaca, ewa York :
Please mend mue gower l~atstsysted Prier
List or Waltham Wat'ches, as pravr
tasemaent in Tarn lIwssmaxsw.
(Sigunaine and addrenu in fell)
I ItefsancRd them 25omr
We lave sent out over Ffe twTiuaanid of
these Watches npou these conalitions, and,
haeonly been asked to refund the money
t in three casea, and not one of these was
Son account of daisaisfacon Withth
SWalsh, bait Iseause the parties neehdm
,,. as soney more.
:Wa ansvu so Aouurs, asi ows wices
'san *run mama so iii.. A assmot or
Onusow asas oe a can ura Warca aresn
mm atas w Us. -e rn aPents Thai w
an urvan or3iVa ToaL ATth teas u
peia I~tcW 6o net sell
~WaibenaWstshesma aw lattioum. (lit,
Platedkfrid.. Its4siw watever (thes
sa al oh r nas rn *mee or Gsrsta
Silveg). The Wejihags Watch be worthy
Jote souA.amM or Mivwer m4 a we do
Jewiw.er nd alunes
3 1 p 3 S asaa Jswre
Frs . l ofs I i ft f ad Nm .
The Steamer KATIE.
J. ' Warns, Master; will
l'ave Rw Orlwsas toh aove ports on
7uaq 10;. 'nne H;
July 8; July It.
For freight or passage apply on board,
J. JANNET, `o. 150 Common Street.
A. A. GREEN, No. 196 Common Street
Where a pjan of the cabin can be seen
Sr. Loris An NEw Oiu.nwas PAcarr
FOR CAIRO AND ST. IL'UI
Illinois Central Railroad Packets.
FOR MEMUHPIS. CAIRO
and the Bends-The tin
this line will leave as toliows:
Giving through bills of lading to all
points an the Memphis and Charleston
Railrod, Nashville and Northwestern
Railroad, and Memphis and Ohio Rail
road1--also to St. Louis.
Through Tickets furnished at lowest
rates to all points East, West and North;
by all the varione routes via Memphis,
Cairo and Mt. Louis. Staterooms se
cared at General Offiee, 10U Coomnon
A. A. WOODS. General Agent,
104 Conunol. Street.
C. 0. WAYNE. Freight Agent,
37 Natchez Street,
JTOHN N. BOFINGEM. President,
Bills of lading for all freights over
the Illinois Central Railroad; signed
at the office of
JAMES T. TUCKER,
ap). f-tf m6 Uareundelet Street
MERCHANTr' 8tTHERN PAUKMT
Fon Sr. Lorne, Camo,
~in 3f 1r~M nasand the Bends
The steamers of this line will leave as
follows. at .i 1'. M.
Living through bills of lading over
the Illinois Central Railroad to al
points on Arkansas, White and Cnm b
erland rivers. Through hills of lading
and passenger tickets iasued to all
points on the Upper Missisil'pi as
high as St. Paul.
Plans of cabin may be see and state
rooms secured on applicstion to
STEVENSON & VERLANDER.
13Ei Gravier street.
JOHN F. BAKER, President.
Bills of lading overthe Illinois Cent
ral Iii ilrond signed onlyuat the eloice of
JAS. T. TUCKER.
26 ('ar.ndelet street.
.1i W kIUt';XANS, UHI('AGi)
AND THE WEST.
TIHE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
Blue Line, Via Cairo,
- WILL TAKEFllICdIT
l'ruai, New (rican. ono first
LrvANo Da y. AT 5 P. it., Fer
CAIRO, ( HIC".1G0. A-%D ALL,
POINTS NOETHi, WFST AND
LAST, AT THE LOWEST
All rates anud nll through hills of
Iadinug from New O~rleana. by ahove!
route given. Algulod 011tl reo~giizedl
"uulv at the tientral Oliet of the Coni
juaiy. No. 26 (art'ntltkt Street.
WhiiPptis by this route, rave all dray-,
age anti transfer charges at Cairo,
iand their goansl~ are always under
acot er. and no t'hargt-. are male iur
JAMES T. TUCKER,
VICKSIUII* AND BENDS.
FOR YICKSBUR(I, DAVIS' Bend
Leave. on SATURDAY. at 5 P. M.
~Spunny Side. Egg's Point.
Bhrzaac, Grand Lake, Leo.
ta, Maryland, Carolina, Pilcher'a Point.
Sk-ipwith, Lake Providence, Transylvania,
Goodiehs, Millikens hand, Duckport,
Vickabnrg, Grand GulL Mt. Joseph, Rod
ney. Waterpuroof. Natchez, Bayou Sara,
Baton Rouge. Plaqnemine,Donaldaonville,
and atllintermnedists and Coast ladn4'..
The new and magnileent steamaer
W. S.! PIKE,
J. J. Brown, Master.
(In place of steamer Natehez,)
Will leave as above, and, will land all
Coast peamusgers with theiu freight.
Connects at Vicksburg with packets for
Sall points on the Yamoo sad Tallahatehie
For freight or psesage apply on hoardi
dM0, JANN'EY, Agent,
- lto Common street.
New ormna coest, hton
'W. 3. Gamarauesjm Master;
huma X*g.aor, laish,
Will leave New Orlesna every Sxruumeat,
at 1?P. K., aadW'uvurmva,, skhF K .M
For freighi. gemgas ajyly am beard,
WUION LEAGUJE Wa NOUtSE
as..........5e~p ....L . .. ...
de* see assir epa*
A. K. to i P.. K. Lanet& b e
diey me IS V. to S F- N.
Lt. I406 , Irsa Nstali and kutkern
TIE ONLT ALL RAIL ROUTE
To HL SLotls, Chicago, Omaha, San
Frandsoo, it Paul, Ksass City, Lear
enworth, at Joseph,
And al ?dlatb Iuh, Est anl WeRt.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the
New Orleans, Jackson and Great
Northern Railroad Depot daily, at 7
A. M. and 6 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
at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio
Railroad to all points North, East
For tickets apply to
A. D. SHELDON.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northen Railroad, corner Camp
and Common streets, under City
Hotel ; or to
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and
Chatanooga Railroad No. 150 Com
mon street, under St. Charles Hotel.
J. IL WINOFIELD.
General Superintending Agent St. Louis.
Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
The Mobile division of this roel will be
opened for busineas on
eaday, Irear er 3l. 1479,
and passenger trains will run as follows :
Leave' New Orleans, from the foot of
Canal street, for Bay St. Louis, rao:
Christian, Mississippi City, Biloxi, Ocean
Springs, Pascagouluand Mhbile at s o'clock
A. M. Arrivive at Mobile at 2:30 o clock
P. M.. connecting at Mobile with the
MOBILE AND OliO, and the MO
BILE AND MONTGOYfERY BlIL
ROADS for all points
NORTH. EAST AN) WEST.
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11.20
A. M. Arriving at 6:10 P. U.
Fare Uetwrea New Orlhans and hobile,
THROPGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN
EACH WAY DAILY.
Freight received at h**w Orleans, at
the f'ot of Julia street beforts 4:30 P. M,.
delivered at Mobile early next morning.
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BI ANI
For further iufvrrmation, call at OP
General Office of the cor nl uy. raont, on
and two, up stairs. STORY BUILIINGy,'
corner Camp and (.mmwon streets.
4 .T~. IL KEN DRICKi,
Ther New Orienas, Jankss, and Creat
Northern and lississppi Central:
Run their Passenger Coaches and Bog
gages Cars, their combipad length
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RE
biII)ENCE TO DESTINATION.
Wakes close econnections for Vicksburg,
em phid, lit. Louis, Chicago, Louisville,
and all points beyond, Sleeping cars at
night. Cantonto Gread Junctin and
The Nail Trals lenses Jew Srlmna Daily.
att? . I.
Mak. e ans schdl ou..eti.m with Light
ning Expsretraiaa, teall poinbsNORTH,
EAST sasd WEST. Casuime the preat
Time Ie Jaw Terk, l 71rw..
New .ad aepatay Lseul up Sleeing
(hesm a to Humboldt, Temmessees. Cleve
land, Teiasinsa, sad leuluvlle, leetne
Zqinem Train South amshs at I 30
Mail Thalp Seh saves at IhiS A. K.
Tieeh Attn Gdwteetn Ise. Building.
Tlse ames, New oresnas, inder ou
Hohs, Co..ecamp and Om.n...*..
and at gL
K. Q eawaI45 Omem. aSpeinimad.at;
J. N. MOnas, eOrn.I nTubs Am..
new -n.. Jeebmern .a e
Nee ".In n s
WA.aCxAEERS A) *RWOSL S
DEALER IN GOLD AND
And Fine Gold Jewelry. Keep always on
hand a classes and patterns of Gold,
Silver sad Steel Spectacles and Eye
Glens. Ohamses changed and sent to
any part of the country. Watch repairs
done promptly and warranted. Address
112 Caroadelet street, New Orleans.
Feb. 1 ly
ws GOOD *
AT OLD PRICES
AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the Inited
States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
we are authorized by them to close out
a large line of European Watches,
Chains. etc., now in stock fer Cash, at
prices never before known. All beautiful
in finish, artistic in design, reliable or
accurate time, durable, and of the lates
style, Every Watch will be retailed at lees
than cost of importation, and forwarded
securely packed, prepaid, to say part of
the country on receipt of price. Money
can be sent to us by Express, with or
ders tor Express Co.. to return Goode or1
Cash, which will secure prsomptaes and
safety to purchaser. Among our list will
be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, genuine English full plate
jeweled movements, auisted regulator,
steel cut hands, engine turn naerl, corrnet
and serviceable article, large or small aine
in complete running order. wiih an
elegant Gent'. Vest Chain, Locket and
key, all complete, mailed free for FIVE
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fine
18 karat Gold plated Double Cases
imitation of $100 Gold Watch-engraved
or plain, genuine English, fall plate
jeweled mnovementa, adjasted regulator,
correct, and in complete running orde
tier with el.egent Gent's Teat Chain,
withLocket and Key. mailed pre-paid for
only CIt3HrEEN DOLLARS.
The Oride Gold Watch,
IN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double
Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegantly
engraved, or engine turned, Genuine
Pateut Lever movemtents, fulljeweled,
regulated and warrantal to keep eadsct
time, and wear equal to Gold, preci
rely like in appearance. make, finish,
brilliancy of color. $200 Gold Watch.
One of these splendid Watches will be
forwarded by mail free to any address, in
handsome morocco ease, lined with velvet
.andsatin, (Ladies' or Gentsa sise Wtch,,fort
only TWELVE DOLLAR$.
Watches for Holiday lresenta manufac
tared to order.
GENUINE AMEIIICAN WATCHFS
of all grades. in Gold and Siver O(aes,
from $1n up to $24.t. Other Good Watdlos
-qunlly low. With ovcry Club of six
Wattie,, of any kind, we sued one extra
ofsame kind ree, as a premium to getter
ap of tbh Club. A superior stuck of Ge
unine Oride Gold Chadus, $2 to $G each,
warr..ut.+J fullv equal to Gojold in brillianue
of color, wer, etc., Iuols of over $1: col
leo'ted on delivery, if d-sired. All Bills of
S12, end 1'sa'. mist ltenih in P. O.
Money Ordl. re, or Jlegi tered Letter., at
our risk. Gbood.4 carefully selected, packed
nel forwarded pr'-paid by ntail, or b;
tC}'r.. or r 'ipe jo* f orice. Safe delivcr,
of sell Ko. ia g'teIruto '1.' WAb ht'-es forward
+ utdo t. 1.. e sti to Mpartias know n
Ia eu.-xratewns co 1rNboth way s are }aid.
.pwarin fore r led wont of fle -T1 fipimip
[tivo-r. nith bill t" collect on delivery.
Puoro'laLrs iou.o.- payF all es pr'ms chargss
ont jgoooi sent C'. 4. 1. . al-o (car rutuart
of nonao' All Ca-h ordeis forwards-i
*ree of cbarge., .04) destination. Catalogoess
4Free. Adofressa all 'orierot.j
CA.P. NORTrON & CO.,
Implortteru ef Watches, etc.
Established 1857. 841 Nassau 11., N. V.'
I GRO ERIS, PR -G -<
t. so. wm'rrs L. . Ucuatcaazq, V. K. war.
WHITE, iLICHAIIDS & Co.
8uccessors to A. D. GlIEY? & Co..!
tno bawsza an
Seatiher aid Westrin T'rgdae.
10 .1.....PYDIAS STREET ....104
(lEO. GIGNAC ALF. JOURIDAIN.
Comsa Cowvz awn Vumtsa, No 232.
ALWAYS ON HAND
clhskr, cr~merai, cuinw, Teu, Ftesvldn,
Wiacs sai ~iqunr.
Orders promoptly attended to.
P. B. ETHELL4
10$.... POYDRAS WIBEET. ..10f5
W. J. TAYIOR....JoGN Kr. SqURE
W.L H.MARKNAN t, W. feWT,
a usis New odes..
MARKHAM & BUTra,
impute... ..4 aJa..e t
HA RD WARE,
** Wl sseMs s*.*
O ar ima ,ue ma
JOSEPH H. WI80Y.*
1833....CANAL STREET ,
DRY GOODS, GENTS F011518880
LADIES LOoM FOR SHAWLS. CLOA
. AND W1:APs,
CARPETS, MATTING A.1\L lt
A visit to the stqs wil a,
petuous winhing to, bu3 et~wp u,.1 sat
110.... CANAL STREET. 101
Near St Charlea,
N W ORLENS, LA.
MEN'S AND BOYS
(or nn owx Naw)
BOYS AND CHILDRE\1
]MEIVS 11T VS'EARTS IDE TI oU
Every Article Marked is
Plair Figures. .
Goods sold on "one price" systEm, a&
any article purchased which fains to give
eatlafactisn can be returned and the m.
ey will be refunded.
irModerate Prices and Freuh
Stock to select from are s'ome tf
the inducements offered at
B. T. WALAHE'S
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110 Canal St., near St. Charles
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attention and Ailk.d C U. D. it dewind
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NO.-2II1 1N16 STkEET,
New Orleans, I a.
Particular attention paid to th
manufacture of Gnats' Uuder
clathing ; alsoBase Bull (mub and
Eireme a~ Uniforjadiude to unrer.
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