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r(7oix !rzasox rtU r pARLE the ci
That he mayor and city coUicil, fines
and their duly elected and qualified shall
suooessors in office, shall have per- Pouf
petnsl suecession; that they shall te-pa
be capable of instituting and defend- sale :
ing suite in all the courts of this da
State under the title of "The Mayor psts
and City Council of Monroe," and T
that citation and other legal process SPP
shall be served on the mayor.
Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, etc., vagil
That the mayor and city council
shall have full power and authority ordi0
to make and pass such laws and or- tionM
dinancee as are necessary and pro- wore
First-To regulate and preserve
the peace and good order of the 'mnt
city, sad provide for and maintain or e
its cleanliness and salubrity in a on
manner not inconsistent with the wo r
Second-To adopt and use a corn
Third-Top chase hold, con- '
vey and alienate any estate, real or Pe
personal; to accept any gift, grant at
inheritance of property for public ant
or charsilble, purposes; to erectlo ;
school, market and fire engine fal
houses, and such other buildings as un(
may be for the public benefit and to mR
build a city prison; provided, that vid
the parish jail may at all times be for
used by said city council for the so'
confinement or puniyhment of per- of]
sons who shall violate the laws anid 001
ordinances of the city, until said thf
city shall have erected a city prison. ter
Fourth-To establish a quaran- the
tine for the protection of the city lat
against contagious diseases and fin
Fifth- 'o levy and collect such
annual and special taxes on the dii
real and personal movable and im- pe
movable property. of the city of ; ne
Monroe as shall ho deemed no"es
sary by them; prbvided, that such wi
taxes shall be asessed equally and sa
uniformly on all property subject
to taxation by the laws of the State
and on no other.
Sixth-To levy, assess, and col
set an annual license and tax on all i
the persons, trades, professions and j
occupations licensed or taxed by the bi
State of Louisiana; provided, that
each and every member of a corn
merchl partnership, whether he re
sides permanently or temporarily e
out of the city, shall pay the same
license or tax as his resident part
Seventh-To fix the amount of t
bonds to be given by the officers of
toe city from whom a bond is re- c'
Eighth-To organize, appoint, P
anitorm and commission a police
Sorce, and to appoint as many po
lice officers as may be necessary; to
fix the salaries and compensation of' P
all officers and others appointed by' P
them; to remove, for sufficient
cause, any of such appointees or of-Ii
ficers elected by themselves, and to ' c
deipe the duties of a~ll such officersa
. Ninth-To survey and lay out
*streets; to regulate and mnako im
provemnents to the streets, public
squares and other public property,
gasprvide for lighting and water-, c
ing the same; to construct a wharf '
within the corporate limits, and fix
the wharfage dues thereon; to order I
and direct the ditching, filling,
dpenlrug, wldening rail continuing
of any of the streets; and if for the
sbove or other public purposes the"
land of any private person or body
corporate is necessary to be had, to
purchase the same at a reasonable
* prixe or cause the same to be expro
priated, according to the mock and I
formalities prescribed by existing
laws upon the subject; to regulate
the proportions, and to make and,
* repair all common drains, publicj
Sroads, levees, causeway and bridges,
notwithstanding any super in
tendence which may be set up by
any corporation or individuals over
such works; to determine the corn
pletion and paveifients of the streeb4;
to fix the squaring, and to prevent
any encroachments upon or the
stopping and obstructing of the
streets, public squares, sidewalks,
levee., public roads or river banks
of the city of Monroe, and to order
say object, whatever may be its
* waea, which may encumber #1w
said places or prevent and etn'
barrasinth free use of the samue, tol
be ramioved or sold fir whom it
y coscern, jn that samne mainer
ad sftqr such advertisement as
shall be required by ordinanee.
Tenth-To chean the banks '1
the Ouachita river or other steams
with the limits of the city. and re
upen such ancient natural drains
-ar have been obstructed by the
owae of adjacent ands.
plevemt-To deterngme what
animals shill ran at large within
the , ht ldimis and prohibit
.Ini.s frome doling so; to impound
a mirnaiurunning at large in vio
3 > is.ISaesot ordmsaceusof
the city; to fix the penalties and 1
fines which the owners thereof -""
shall pay before the animals so im
pounded shall be delivered up and
te pass laws aandmrdiakue4s for the
sale 'of 'aid animals after three
days' noses in a newspaper or by
Twjlfd-To abate 'i nuisances,
suppress houses of ill-fame, and to
cause the arrest and punishment of
Thirteenth-To enact laws sad
ordinances and make appropria
tionp for the purpose of building a Yo
workhouse and providing for the
government of the same.
Fourteenth--To cause persons
sentencld to fine and impriiVonment I
1 or either to be placed at work up- ,ot o
on the streets and other. public HoJI
e works of said corporation, in the dow,
event of the failurd of said Jierson '
so sentenced to pay the said fines it i
and costs, until the same shall be ercrl
L paid by the labor of said person or A
.r persons so sentenced, as' aforesaid,
t at one dollar per day, and to let orah
cand hire out by contract the labor a hi
of the persons so sentenced, and a y
e failing to pay their fines and costs, all t
under such rules and regulations as
may be fixed by ordinances; pro
It vided, that no charge shall be made
for the board or food of any per
son sentenced to labor in default
r of paying flues' and costs by said I'er
oorporation or contractor during
id the term for which he may be sen
n. tenced to labor: and provided, fur
_ ther, that all persons sentenced to
ty labor to pay the amount of their
id fine and costs shall be treated hu
ch Fifteenth-To pass laws and or
be dinanoes imposing a fine upon all
n_ persons who shall conduct any busi
of ness or pursue any occupation for
which a license is to be collected In
ch whenever such person shall conduct ye
nd !said business or pursue said oc- Hi
Pct cupation without previously cbtain- "o
ite ing such license.
Sixteenth-- -To provide the means
ol- and muke regulations for prevent
all ing and extinguishing conflagration; 15
.nd to make such regulations for the lil
the builiing of party and fire walls as 1
bat they may deem necessary for that in
in- purpose, and to regulate the service r u
of persons employed in working fire
rily engines. t
me Seventeenth-To determine in
what part of the city wooden build
ings shall not he allowed to be erec- F
of ted, and to prevent persons from re
of constructing in wood old and de
re- cared wooden houses, under pre- I
r tense of repairing the same, in those
int, parts of the city where it is lawful
ice to build only in brick and stone. I
Eighteen-To regulate the police
.of tieafis, pobl baihs, taverns,
Iof places for shows and exhibitions, t C
by places of public entertainment and a
ent saloons and shops for retailing
of- liquors, and to order the same to be
I to closed whenever the public safety
Iand tranqility shall require it, and
to impose such duties and regula
out Itions upon persons keeping such
i-places as they may deem necessary
bin Nineteenth - To regulate the
rty, proper governments of carts, drays,j
tar- carriages. omnihuises, and other I
tarf vei'les 4 f tevry tlescript~ion.
fix Twentieth--To establish market
rder places and farm out the samie.
ing Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, etc.,
ing 1That te mayor and city council of1
the Monroe shall nucceed to and he in-j
the! vested with all the rights, property
>ody and possession of the town of MAon
j, to roe, as previously incorporated.
able Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, etc.;
pro-That the mayor and four council
pr-men, and no less number shall con
and stitu~to a quorum to transact busi
;tiing Inewss bitt to lay liny tax toll or im
i1ate post, or to fix ant' license, or to
and mashe aiiy appropriation, it shall
blcrequire a vote of the mtajority of all
mbh the coun nilmen, and the affirmative
iges, and negative of such vote shall be
in- recorded on the minutes.
P by Sec. 12. Be it furilier enacted, etc.,
ovrThat thte mayor and city council
ovrshall in no case, pass any laws or or
Pom diztaaces wherein a tine enceeding
eets; jtwo hundred and fifty dollars anid
vent iumpaisapseat for more than siity
the days may be imposed.
rteSec. iS. Be it further enseted, etc.,
SteThat whenever the owner of pro
alks, perty in front of which a sidewallk,
anks banquette or ditch, shall have been
irder ordered to be made, filled up, clean
eg ised ouit or repalfed, shall fail to do
5tn- the mayor and city couneil shall
C, to cause i4to be dieae at tue expense of
rim it. the owner of the property; antd the
Lniner said eorporation shall ha ea special
at as privilege em saidrgyoperty to secure
the yent sodue, whichrivilege
ersgeorcamuponl the boer;
Ia4 'o anraefe schone r t haf n mor
sent from or have no aatkorized
~"'agent living in the parish of Ona
t he dhite or be unknom, lb. corpora
tionabsial have the right to pro
whatcee inreaagansttheproperty in!
)hibit th oi o atbuall be entitleddo
ound eight r eslt intierest upon the
a vio- aaUpaid,
-e o Oarno 4 a ?epra
WAE H#MI ES.
TH' BALANCE WHEEf.
4 times sooeod,
240 times a abAte,
14,400 times an hoar, SATi
3t5,6Q0 times a day, l
493,00 times a wrap, Va
10,368,000 times a month,
126,144,000 times a year A.
MORE IS EXPECTED OFA W4T'CH Who
THANANT KBIRD OP
It m ad not only run tdl day, badall »ight
mot only on seekdays, but on Swadaqs and
Holidays. It must n angMqig p or lying
g down-spsidt doesn or right side ep. R must Ilit
1 keep running when the wearer sits doses or
stand up, When he walks or rides. In fadt,
e ils expected to do its duty at all times, in thi
e eacry place and in aewry position. Givi
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fulfil all these requirements. I woad Bail
once a day, it will faithfully tick for you rods
a hundred and twenty-six million times in T
aa year, without gren requiring fresh oil rate
t, all that time. .. * by a
* A Genuine Waltham Watch gar
it 5 Spring, 9 wheefs, 51 Screws, and 98 other
id !,arts ,amAing afltkgetler 136 separate pieces.
'g ALL GENUINE WALTRAM. t
We- atcIze bame se~ ve t
ao " Jew.li/.
ItR EXSTA JRWILLKD SAYS NSYES JUWUL
u mTaE FLL JEWELLEu HAYS PIFTESN
_ Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
rby machinery The machinery used in
01 making thw movement of a single watch
Pd coast over a Iunadred Towuaased Dollars,
Lct yet we sell these Watches, in a solid Silver P
w- Hunting Case, for $18. The same watch e
- could not be made by hand and finiaheds °
as perfectly for Tsw TnIEs As SMUC. PC
"Su A Genuine waltham Watch
I Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rifle
Lhe that is, any part of one Watch is exactly
like the same part in another ; and if ten
Watches of one grade were taken apart,
tat and the screws, wheels, springs, Ac., were r
ice utixed together, ten watches could bar
ie male by putting these parts together
again, withuot any reference to their
former combination. This is a
Id- GREAT ADVANTAGE;
'ec- For, if ay part of a Waltham Watch is Z
re- injured we can always replace it at a
de- Triffi ha Expense.
oe1 A BENUNE WALTHAM WATCH
Is toade with special reference to
)ilS, I Other Watches will run for a year or two,
and an require constant repairs; last
1 be. ettb w W O
lety WILL iwx FAITHFULLY
ala-' FOR. MANY YEARS
uchl We sell these Watches,a
tary IN SOLID SILVER mINTING
ther IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES,S70
akt We have prepared an
et, ilWITRATES PMB! UiST,
ilof irhc describes the variosa ga~e. of
m i- WVatchLS in ,letail, gives the weight and
alt f the Cases, sad all other inform
o-atoncessary for an intelligent selection.
IWe wish every one would send for it
et.; before ordering a Watch.
con Write for it as foilo.Ps~:
>ma- M~esasrs. Howard & E' a.,
Nm o. 785 Broadaavas, Neac Yrk :
hal Plea.', sead ne yoaur Itlustratel Praes.
a ef qi Welthms Wgtdes, a d eduer
itivemtieant ha Tun Lorzssauxu.
11 he' tSign name and address in full)
ete., WITHOUT EXPENSE,
ding M~ta c thes Stfosy
5ixtya We have sent out over Rvs Tlaoasvand of
these Watches upon these conditions, and
etc., have puly been askad to reland the mosy
pro-1 in three cases, and not one of these was
emiso accomnt of dissatsheto with the
been Watch, but because the parties needel
Lean-1 the money bese,
ton W UsYR no AGEsNTB, AstD 0nn Pwu
son of' ASS THU 5s13 $o ALLr A tenaswr ow
iathejOanmoo as ixens ('AU soY A WATCH 1305
'ia &v4a is r wsu. cos? sup Se 5eas YUAN Il
u re sn rvw at Nzw Year. Au, usas a
)f be KXPL.IsD at TRu PRIcE limr.
0 Waltham Watches in any Imitations, 04k
Ptated& Otide, FieIaes whateer(t
are all other names for Baans or Gamaa
B ilver). The Wdhaaa Wrack is wcIth!
L o 22 propKd to55IetI iS s 7syoth
Mr Iaf NYN s sei -e A Pmn lKn.
n the HOVABDA Ce,
J~sleara.e o. d loag tswwne,
Lr~ois. S P
For SL Louis, Cairo and Meos his.. .
. The.Stamer K E,
J. M Wurrs, Master; will
leave New Orlsa. for above ports on
SAIU* AY, SATURDAY, 'I
Ja 11O; Juno 24; To
SATURDAY, SATURDAY, Franc
July 5; July 22. enwo
For feight of passage apply on board,
or to . AU
S. JANNUT, No. 160 Common Street
A. A. GREEN, No. 1% Common Street
Where a plan of the cabin can be seen " TW
J AI . - -- -
ST. Louis .no Naw Ouurims PACIar
COMPANY. AN I
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Illinois Central Railroad Packets.
FOR MNMHPIS, CAIRO
and they Bends -The fins
this line will leave as Sollowa:
Giving through bills of lading to all Fc
points on the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad, Nashville and Northwestern
I Railsead. and Memphis and Ohio Rail
a road-also to St. Louis.
x Through Tickets thrnished at lowest
1 raie to all points East, West and North.
by ell the various routes via Memphis,
Cairo and St. Louis. Staterooms se- Ti<
cured at General Office, 104 Common
A. A. WOODS, General Agent,
lift Common Street. 9
r C. G. WAYNE, Freight Agent,
i, 37 Natchez Street,
JOHN N. BOFINGER. President,
Bills of lading for all freights over
the llino4ý Central Railroad; signed
at the ofo1 of
a JAMES T. TUCIK t,
apl. 6-K 26 Cerondelet Street.
Mancwa&NTs' SOUTHERN PACKET
Fon Sr. Lauvs, CAIRo, ,
MEwPHis and the Bends
The steamers of this line will leave as
in followa. at 5 P, M.
rh Giving through bills of lading over
the Illinois Central Railroad to al an
. points on Arkansas, White and CUm bI
sh erland rivers. Through bills of lading Ca
and passenger tickets issued to all Cli
points on flee Upper Mississippi. as Sp
high as St. mal.A.
nf c may he see and Mtate- P
rooms secured on application to MI
ge STEVENSON & VERLANDER. BI
C135 ravier street. RI
en JOHN F. BAKER, President.
rt. Bills of lading over the Illinois Cent
ere ral Railroad signed only attheoflice of
be JAS. T. TUCKER.
icr 26 Carondelet street. A.
sir NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO
AND THE WEST. Fl
is THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
Blue Line, Via Cairo, T
WILL TAKE FREIGHT
mFrom New Orleans on tirst
I AVIId DAILY, AT 5 P. M., FOR
CAIRO, CHICAGO, AND ALL tI
POINTS NORTH, WEST AND d
EAST, AT THE LOWEST
All rates and all through bills of
lading from New Orleans by above
ib route given, signed and recognized
only at the General Office of the Com
pany, No. 26 Carondelet Street.
Shippers by this route save all dray.
age mid transfer charges at Cairo, a
and their goods are alwas.yaudsr
cover,- amd no charges are made for
JAMES T. TUCKEU,
$18 .General Agent.
s't VIOKSBURG AND BENDS.
FOR VICISBURO, DAVIS' Read
leaves on SATURDAY, at 5 P. M.
9 Seasy H ide lgg Point
e nd Leae o.I
of ta, Maryland, Carolina, Filcher's Point.
and Skipwith, Lake Providence, Transy lvan ,
tm- Goodricks., Millikens bead, Duck~fi
ilL Vickaburg, Grand Gulf. St. Joseph, Rod
>r it fey, Waterproof, Natcbez, Bayou Sara.
Baton Rouge, Plaque mine, Donaldsoarille,
2nd all intermediate and Coast lapadigs.0
.*The new and magnifloent steamer
W. S. PIKE,
J. J. Brown, Master.
Pr (Is plapice of sterner Natchs,)
icer- Will leave as above, and, will land all
Coast peassengers with their freight.
Connects at Visksabnrg with packets for
all poishs on the Yasoo and Tallahatchie
For freight or peasage apply on board
Jy NO, JANNEY, Agent,
150 Comme. Street.
Sand BATON ROUGE.
wasb New Orleans, Coast, BsAs
the Rougeand Grosse Tote Itgl
edel a asmi-weekly piasson
W. U. Gsaarmouse, Master;
- humw McEs~moy, Clk
OWWill leave New Orleans evewy 84rpung.
ISoM at 5 P. M., andansuxmar, qt S P. N.
Foe freight cr peamsge aply on barnS,
1.0O. Msamomae 11 Coast i reek
st. PaS sUW,
a,230 noYAL ST., cOmdtEL
W tO A.g3tALLA,
31w. . n. Vminlan hI *.th
AT AtN ZOR5NIIA
' kh~thoAD8. WA
f. Lnsin, loas autain and satbern D
" ~ Afld I
THE ONLY AJi RALJ. OQUTE hmM
To . LouI, Chioarb ' aab, tin lass
Francisco, St Paul, KEases City, Lear- mq P
enwoeth, St Joseph, done
Aid a.w ints u.th, i.at IM Wu.t. order
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the
New brleans, Jackson and Great
Northern RailroadDepet daily, at
AM. and 5 P. M.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leavee the foot of
Canal street daily at 8 A. M., via tle
New tirleant, Mobile and (hattanowg'
Railroad, making close oonneotione State
at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio 'e o
Railroad to all points North, East a Ii
I For tickets ably to f
A. D. SHELDON. c
Ti, ket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and style
(reat Nort1en Railroad, eorner Camp than
a and Common streets, under City seen
Hotel :or to the
W. BEDELL. n
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and ders
n Chatanooga Railroad No. 150 Corn- (s1
mon street, under St. Cbahais Hotel. aste
J. H. WINOFIELD. b
t" General Snperinend ing Agent St. Loui, SI
Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad WA
2 NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE in
- CIIATTANOOGA RAILROAD. DO
- -- 18
o' The Mobile division of this road will be hnh
opened for business on
as sNedav, November f1, 1870, der
al and pnasenger trains will run as follows : wit
II Leave New Orleans, from the foot ofni
ng Canal street, for Bay St. Louis, Pass
al Christian, Mississippi City, Biloxi, Ocean I
a Springs, PasecagonlaandMobileat8o'clock He
A. M. Arrivive at Mobile at 230 o'clock enI
_. P. M., connecting at Mobile with the Pa
MOBILE AND OiilO, and the MO
BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAIl- eel
et. ROADS for all points hr
NORTH, EAST AND WEST. O0
Lam Mobile for Now Orleans at 11:20 h
'et. A. M. Arriving at 6:10 P. M.
Fare Between New Orleans aid labile,
Five Dollars. of
THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN y
EACH WAY DAILY. *
Freight received at New Orleans, at
[L the foot of Julia street before 4:30 P. L,.
delivered at Mobile early neat morning. le
FREIGH AS LOW AS BY ANY
,of OTHER ROUTE.
General Offce of the company, rotmei one
uir, and two, up stairs. STORY lBUILDING,~
-e -om -)m. mid~emiAsse tgl I
for A. U. LNDRICL C
Kr. The New hleani, Jackdi, and Great I
'oint- Nortern and Eississapi t'ratrsl
Rod r gse Cars, their combiniad length
* witborit change.
B4GQjAGE CHECKED PROM RE
SIDENG TO DBM'WATION.
d all fhe 7£A. I sposes~alateis Bhly,
ts for (IIUlfITAYR EXCEPTED.)
itchie Makee close oonectionsi for Vicksbnrg,
Mam n .I maie.9115g0, Lonievills,
board hpposm4, U~eeing ears at
agent anetaugl iegnd Jnesthe and
r leet --.
aia, Faas ,~kones
~ sn. m AM hb a n , ae
~ i~i~3 g.msy ~ lentue
DEALER IN GOLDA AND l
MIL FED WA TCff ,
AM ln e Gold Jeo s a y. =sep blayson
han all es.... as !sasess ,f (old,
Sver sad Shel Spqtales ral EyeBy 6
Olassia. Olares eheaa ad d sent to
any past of the country. Watch repaira
done promptly aid warranted. Address
orders to DRI
'112 Caroandelet street, NeW Orleans.
S'.OLD PRICES. c
AS TEL SOLE AGENTS in the United
Statee fox the L1VERPOOL WA'lCH CO., A
we are authorized by them to tlese pat perw
a large line of European Watches, good
Chains. etc., now In stock, for Cash, at -
prices serer before known. All bea tilul
in fnish, artistic in design, reliable or
accurate time, durable, and of the latee
I style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
p than cost of importation, and forwarded 1l(
y secuesly packed, prepaid, to say part of
the country on receipt of price. Money
can be sent to us by Exprems, with or
d dars for Express Co.. to return Goods or
t- Cash, which will seedre promptness and
1. safety to perchader. Among ear list will
be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
, SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
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, wish an
elegant Gent's Vest Cbain, Locket and
key, all cowlml.te, mailed free for FIVE
. DOLLARS. - U
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fine
18 karat Gold plated Double t'awves
imitation of $100 Gold Watt - uxrwved
or plain, genuine English, ftih plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
correct, and in complete running or
der with elegant Gent's Vest Chain.
a: withLocket and Key, mailed pie-paid for a°
only EIGHTEEN DOLLAllk".
. The Oride Gold Watch, ey
e Ile MASSIVE ORIDE GOTD Double
sk Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegantly
k engraved, or engine turned, Genuine
the Patent Lever movement., ell jeweled, U
[0- regulated and warranted to keep correct
time, and wear equal to Gold, preci
l1' sely like in appearance, make, finish,
brilliancy of color. $200 Gold Watch.
One of these splendid Watches will be
forwarded by mail free to any ddttes.s, in
:20 handsome morocco case, lined with velvet
and satin, (Ladies' or Gent's size Wteb. )for
only TWELVE DOLLARS. ai
Washes for Holiday Presents nsanafac
lured to order.
G GENUITNE AMERICAN WATCHES
of all grades, in Gold and Silver Capes,
from $18 up to $200. Other Good Watches
equally low. With every Club of sir
UtN Watches, of any kind, we send one extra
of same kind free, as a premium to getter
up of the Club. A superior stock of tie
at nnine Oride Gold Chains, $2 to t4 each,
warranted fully equal to Gold in brilliancy
M" of color, wear, etc., Bills of over 212 col
'' lected on delivery, if desired. All Bills of
$12, and less, must becash in P. O.
1 Money Orders, or Registered Letters, at
our risk. Goods carefully selected, packed
and forwarded pre-paid by mail, or by
Express, or receipt of price. Safe delivery ]
the of all goods guarenteed. Watches torward
ed to be examined to parties known
one wham erpreas charges bo wa m nd
NG, No goode forwarded weatof the Miseusippi
River, with bill to collect on delivery.
Purchtesars must pay all enpe charges
Kon goods sent C. 0. D. : $aha r return
of money. All Cash ordrsa foi warded
@'fee of charges to destination. Catalogues
Free. Address all orders.
CHAR. P. NORTON & CO.,
Importer of Wakchei, etc.
*N Establiahiol 1 Iti. 118 Nassau St., N. Y.
felt IGR0(CERIES, PROD'Ci'E dec
mstra a. a. wuara, . c~asousnes, r. a. wAr.
WRITE, RICHARDS & Co.,
Suceesesors to A. D. GRIEFF & Co.,
'ngth COMMISSION ILERCNA*!M
AND DAL&LZ IN
Seuthera mad Western Fedmier.
RE- 104. ...POYDRAS STREET .. 1114
GEO. GIGNAC ALF. JOURD)AIN.
SConaxa Cowarr AM) Vru.nns, No. 239.
burg, ALWAYS ON RAND
.villa, Cheite, £nmsrius, offee, Tea, Frniislehs,
re at Wir anj Llu.iges
Order. prm ptly attende to.
P. B. ETHELT?4
Lpht *EECUAUIISE, ULOUR
-ra PROVWISIO BROKER,
105... .'OYDRL5 STRERT...106
W. J. TATIDR..JOHN M. BURKE
llv-W. S. M~nauss C. W. Bunr,
,ntae* G Louis. New,Orleans.
Ilaig. 1OS.-GRAYIRR S11g3f....1g
hpa. OLW*SW 108
JOSEPH H. WIL8ON,¶
168. .. CANAL STREET, 168
DRY GOODS, GENTS FOj G
LADIESROOM FOR SHAWLS, coAa
CARPETS, MATTING AŽD RIUý,
A visit to the stcre will repap ýa,
persons wishing to buy cheap, ,,,j r
110 CANAL STREET 101
Near St. Charl1e,
NEW ORLEANSj, LA.
MEN'S AND BO'w
(or UIS oWN4 NAKEr
e BOYS AND CHILDRENS
uN'S AND MIS' SHITS MAR TI 8Il
d Every Article Marked in
' Plain Figures.
Goods sold on * one price" systruý, vd
>r any article pnr.lhased 'hich fail.s t:o
satisfactian can be returnud and the mso
ey *1il be refunded.
le iiModerate Prices and Fr.i
Stock to select from are sone .4
d, the inducements offered at
i H B. T. WALSHE'S
b PMEIUM SillT AND CLOTHING IEill
he 110 Canal St., near St. Chark,
ret NJow Orleana.
for N. B. Letter Orders re eive prompt
attention and filled C. O. D. if deisd.
*hid t d
of NO.351 CANAL STill!,
at New Orleans, La.
"ry Particular attention paid to tU
R manufacture of (Ients' Undd
i clothing ; aluolBase Ball ('l1h ml
"7 Firemen's Uniform Made to or kr
"*' 31AUG1 OF THE NE'*YOI
Ruaporlinta 0)' i1taiwi"
f. FOR LADIES
Je epresetal by Er,. A. Selak~ nid
At.Er. I. E. Listoli.
o., FUENISNINg agillS
mOF ALL KINDS, FIRUI
-SUITS IN ORFAT VR~l
LI.Wrapper. Single or Double, rn0
ing of ovary deescrption, Nagbht~
Trail and Walking Skirt'
239 Drawers, Sacks, Over .Skirtk, Al)r
Orders taken for wedding 0uts
drens and Infants' Wsrdroie.tIII
Dremmes in the Latest Stj I6e atupP
___ ~The TRADE supplhed gI Sr
II SManple Rooun, N
.105 AT MRS. A. M. PARRI~
az plijy p111111 sIllT S
a rdr respcflly wh"
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Age 9N W
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