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7'E TEN jfOlANDIENTS OF TIE POST
1st. Thou shohltlest remember the
postaasetr does -not make the
laws ; he is only cxpected to ex
Id. Thoj ashouldest bear in mind
the post office is a retail establish
picnt, all for cash, so thou should
sst never ask for credit.
3d, Thou shouldest come forward
at the commaencemeuot of each and
every quarter and pay all thy duoes
for box-rent, paper postage, &c.,
in advance, for such is the law.
.4th. Thou shouldest never allow
.:r;. ticket of any description to
Femain in thy box, but kc p it
plcan, for cleanliness is .ext to
6th. h,:en thou askest for letters
give thy full name. If thou
wishest an advertised letter say
it is advertised, and give the
d:ito of the list.
Sth. When thug inquirest at the
pc.,t eifice for mail, and thou art
,Ald there is nothing, thou should
c4t not go home and send the rest
of thy family to inquire through
7th. When thou wishest newspal cr
and other periodicals thou should
est state exactly what thou wish
eat, lhether it is a 4aily, tri
weekly, a~mi-weekly, Qr weekly
paper; te1 wh.i iis, anu where
published. If 9 Rappinr thou
wigele.t, tel all Jt it ; by so I
doing thou ,~i appqr wise in
the postmaster's eyes.
pth. When thus wisheet stamng
come prepared with the exact
phange, and not keep the post
}paster waiting on you, to the,
annoyance of others.
8th. fl.ael .oJldest pay the exact
postage reciuired on all letters
and papers thou wishest to mail,
pnd neyer ask the postmaster to
stick the stamps on for you.
10th. Thou shouldest not covet thy t
neighbor's mail, and take it out
of the office, on pretext that you
were sent for it, and keep it, to
the annoyance of him.
Behold I give unto you this day
a now counmapdment :
When thou abusoth the postmaster
and all other Government oii
cials, be sure that they are wrong
and you are light.
Good for all latitudes. t
lHad I the choice of only
four things to be taught my chil- t
dren, they should be: To sing
well ; to write well ; to sketch =
well. Perfection in all these will a
earn their possessor a maintenance I
in any country, and enable him to 9
museso huuself or entertain com
paIny, whether it be under a rock 1
in the desert, or upon a crag in the
W Oranges are now arriving in 1i
town by large wagon loads from the I,
tower Tcrrobonne, they are selling c
at 75 cents per hundred or $7 00 t
PIt is with a view to the t
fitnees of things the professor of
Elocution at Brown's Ulirersity is I
a woman. What a woman don't
know ab0put talking isn't worth
are beings of darkness, disguised in I
jarmcnts of light.
aiTA friend that you buy with
presentt will be brought from you.
k-Comnmit no secret tq a friend
which, if reported, will bring you to
Dt'-The light of friendship is ,
like the ight of phosphorus--seen t
plainest wlp all around is dark.
p;S~N chargeter asn be ladting- I
1r inj~red by a u I)ees d ar~e of(
dqty. palqmy aR pejiadice may (
it will abs 41*.1le bightr for the a
fp49u wJ~i benre it
.lThea are in a man A,. hun- I
4red and twenty-seven muscles, two t
undMred and fifty-eeven of wrhich a
ar .i pqirs. Of thesenoleesthan s
one J~nndred e.e constuntly used in a
J sdH4pe apt of breathing.
iPsA Wyiconsin lover wrote his a
.ow,~ethar "There is not a glo- j
1s1ls of blood in my heart that does k
pot beary your photograph."
a~CoL Lquis Bush, of lafourche
parishi rsj.t to s gentleman in g
thLi is that p comimenced t
grinag~u sPP pa lapt week, and .
that the yield Ipsp the .st run was
IMJ ponuds f 8qr from plant
psnp and 150 pounds from inditf
ft'rcut stutbla caneM. The Golonel
seems wll satisied and boliercs
tha;t thi \vi k's run will yield
much more on ancncu t of the late
cdl we.ithcr ajnd the adtv:nccment ri
of thu s5:"n'-. - .',.,7' r I,:;.: I'
FUN AND FANCY.
--Daring the recent sesion of
the General Episcopal Convention,
the subject of prohibiting the mar
ria e of divorced people being under
discussion in the House of Bishops,
the Rt. Rey. Dr. Clark stated that
in Rhode Jsland divorces were ob
tained for such light causes as to
imperil the morals of the whole
community, and stated that men
actually sold their wives, mention
ing an instance of a man ,alling his
wife for ten thousand dollars "Are
s4ch tr smacons commoq in your
diocese ?" inquired a brother bishop.
"Not at that price," prQmptly re
sponded the witty bishop.
-At a recent public school ex
hibition, one of the visitors made a
brief address to the pupils, on the
necessity of obeying their teachers
and growing loyal and useful citi
zens. To give emphasis to his re
mark, he pointed to a large national
flag, spread on one side of the
room, and inquired: "Boys, what is
that gag for ?" A little urchin, who
understood the "situation" of the
house better than the speaker,
I romptly answered: "To cover up
ho dirt, sir."
-In 1818 a friend of the Misses
Cary, in a letter, alluded to being
bitten by a big "yaller dog" while
returning from a party; and re
quested Miss Phoebe, in case he
should die of hydrophobia, to do
him the favor of writing his epitaph.
She regretted the misfortune; but
begged to be excused from per
forming so melancholy a service, as
she was not in the habit of writing
-In the execution of a recent
deed by a man and his wife, the
wife was taken aside, before the ac
knowledgment was made, by the
commissioner, who, in the usual
form, asked: "Do you execute this
deed freely, and without fear or
compulsion of your husband ?"
"Fear of my husband !" exclaimed
the wife. "I've had five husbands,
and never was afraid of any one of
-A Bonn correspondent tells an
admirable story of a German gen
eral, who, on inspecting his troops,
not long ago, addressed them thus:
"Now, my children, we can once
more get seriously to work. The
pastime of war is at an end, and
rrill must go on rcgul:rly, as here
-How pleasant a surprise it is
to see the miracle of novel motion
in objects that are usually inani
mate! We have seen a rope wa'k,
a not run, a watch spring, a horse
fly, and a Saratoga hop; and ntxt
summer we shall go over the Rockys
to see the big trees leave and the
-The Stockton Herald says:
"During the delivery of her speech
last night, Mrs. Laura De Force
said: 'I am an American citizen
over twenty-one years of age.'" To
this a crusty and probably disgusted
Benedict cried out: 'Yon bet you
are." The effoct was electrical
-"Tell that man to take off his
hat in court," said the judge, the
other morning, to an officer. The
offender, who turned out to be a
lady wearing the fashionable sailor
hat, indignantly exclaimed: "I am
no man, sir!" "Then," said his
honor, "I am no judge."
-A new definition of the word
"civilization" reaches us from Japan:
Lately, a Japanese visitor to the
English club was induced to take
some champagne, and, on putting
away his third tumbler, exclaimed
with great fervor, "I like civiliza
tion! I like ci'i'ization!"
-The severest thing said against I
Eve's daughters was by Lady Mary I
Wortly Montague: "The only satis-I
faction I have in being a woman is
that I shall not be compelled to
marry one of my own sex."
-"Do you think," asked Mrs.
Pepper, "that a little temper is a
bad thing in a womanr" "Certainly
not, ma'am," replied a gallant philo
sopber; "it is a good thing, and she
ought never to lose it."
-"Boy, why did you take an
armful of my shingle. on Sunday ?"
Why, sir, niother wanted some
kindling wood, and I didn't want
to split woodbn Sunday."
-A lady, on being asked by a
gentleman, "What do you hold on
the question of female sufrage?"
.replied, "I hold my tongue."
-A cynical lady, rather inclined
to irt .Syysmot mIen are likea
cold-very easily eaught, 19t rather
difficult to ~get rid of
-A writer on school discipine.
says: '"Without a liberad use of the
rod it is impossible to ±aake a boy
NEW AD I ED TAE ISEMENfTS.
f TH INDIA RUBBER tCOB CO;
SNos. 9,II & SlMerecer Street,
SLsle wanhfItamr, ruder Goodyear's
S nd Neyer's Patents,
- INDIA RUBBER COMB8,
Fine Tooth Combs,
[A variety of Elegant Fancy Patterns.]
ALSO, SOLE MANUFACTURERS
COMBINATION SIDE COMBS
[M.rDE UvNDE FAUvLT' PATEr.]
The sale of any Combina ion Sid
Combs, no matter of what material
made, unless sold under a license
from us, is prohibited by law.
CHAM.S A. DANA. Edior.
A .wapesnr'e t he Prest T'mes.
Iaeeisd er PseesI New * a na.
Iseesa .smk Melmils,. minimeI pro.
flee al eaWa kDteralaters at all 30aa.
ar of Reaom pes, a tho Wves, Sea, m a
BeseMart e eIasm .
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A TYAR I
OxE HUNmRED CoePIs soR s5a,
Or km thana o Ceat a Copy. Let halo be a
eg. club as every eeS Oes.
SM-EWNErLY SUN, r A TEAL,
oat mms as am mmnal ebaraeti as
THE WEEELY. bat with a greater variety of
mmrellaeomareudl, and furahhtng the news
to ua mweme.rawsenSm r m fes, benams
at ome twet a ws tlassad of once oly.
TE DAILY BUN, O A iEAR,
TOE DOLLAR WEEKLY Mt&U.
ee.,, awme to aema apdderspy bu
eet eonsl, o fr parately adderessed
( d mtrs Copy o the get er sp o Del u)
k o year to getter up o aelub),
c s, Thirty-three Dellar..
TE oMS TO CLeBS.OlS
'FUN DOLLA WELY ASUo.oI
e o(d eoleSa, ye. Sto oMe addreL
T11 eC asMIW r les, t ahr.
a edz rasp , easr, e rmpta tel ddres·b,
r isbt Dollars.s
Sr ooT s so, 0oe. aS onTa rately iarsed
(an d tam opyt ,e etr u P oit r cuol) b
EP oh anrc, hoe k, o r d rau t s on N e w
on( the th leo L ng.
Cm bhaurd Ome aeet. note ress
(sad teDaily o rone gm oy.e Adr atcotgt
L W. BeUt), LAND PbDS.
C'FE SUMION LMERYI INTS.
eive osnte on U., C.prY atdPreo.ed .
To o. one vrear, saratey adrereod (aLa.
an cts coil to detnr en, o clktt).
nd Wrpoof, Nsatez, izoa Dtllar..
.P lel ntoerde. chered Cord ladns an .
i oonee asPed, ma en Inot. tene ructe
L W. RIAIID. PeblbEr,
SIn oel, ofIr YoNa Ctes.
P. vS. PINcATUDc, C. C. 5P.O.
Newa OrleansG, La. .dLareeore, La.
124 M aya arodilnat, PileS lt.
ibpenl AJkePwrs wide on C nsi.jvn,
enott. Pdromj e a eadion Duive kp totllstles
end pWtrcproof, Nastcuhffezus, etc., etr.
CLkonRojunets aoVuerl by It h naes ao
To0n a trhiph, uodcs op ewie p ttlaobcod
on the ila ofs Lading.
FORA VCKSBUR, DAVIS' Bend
Leave. n SATUBIAY, at 5 P. Il
. G..CINl J AsoLL
Stipeith, Lake Providence, Tregntylvani,
Soodric'S, Milliens en IDcpfort
Vlesbng, Grand Glf, 1t. Goeph, rod
Ba2n Rouge, PROqYAuLinTDoRaldanille,
W. S. PIKE,
J. 3. BrowP, Ldaer.
Will leave a abov and wril land all
SJRIMMNGS A NEYND HAT.
AT AUCTION Pr(r'Ci
THE BALANCE WHEEL
4 times second,
240 times a mimnte,
14,400 times an hour,
346,00 times a day,
292,00 times a week,
10,368,000 times a month,
126,144,000 times a year.
MORE IS EXPECTED OFA 4WATCIL
THANANY KIND OF
IN MACIIER Y.
It must not only run ull day, butall night ;
not only on weekdays, but on uoadays and
Holidays. It m:ust run hauJiung up or lying
down-upside down or right side up. It must
keep running when the wearer sits down or
stand up, MHien Ie ralks or rides. In fact,
it is eapected to do its duty at all times, in
every place and in soery position.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will thlfll all these requirements. I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tick for you
a hundred and twenty-six million times in
a year, without even requiring fresh oil
all that time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
5 Spring, 9 toeells, 51 Scres, and 98 oAer
parts umkiuj alltJdHther 136 separate pieces.
ALL GENUINE WALTHAM.
Wathohe have seveu
THE rITrA JEWELLED HAVE ELEVEN JEWEL
TaE ULL JEWELLED RAVE FrWrrZE
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
by machinery, The machinery used in
making the movement of a single watch
coast over a lundlred Touwand Dollars,
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 TEN TnxS As MUca.
A Genuine waltham Watch
Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rifle
that is, any pert of one Watch is exactly
like the same part in another ; and if ten
Watches of one grade were taken apart,
and the screws, wheels, springs, lc., were
mixed togethcr, ten watches could be
made by putting these parts together
again, withujot any ref,.rence to their
forucr combinatiou. This is a
GREAT AD .a1TAGE;
For, if any part of a Waltham Watch is
injured wu c.:u :.lways replace it at a
A GENUNE WALTHAM WATCH
Is made with special refercuce to
Other Watches will run fur a year or two,
iau require constant repairs ; but
. A. Walthamn Watoh
WILL RUN FAITHFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS.
We sell these Watches,
LN SOLID SILVER HUNTING
CASES .......................... $18
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES, 70
We have prepared an
ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST,
which describes the various grates of
Watches in detail, gives the weight and
quality of the Cases, and all other inform
ation necessary for an intelligent selection.
We wish every one would send for it
before ordering a Watch.
Writefor it as fobows :
Messrs. Iotieard & Co.,
No. 785 Broadway, 'New York :
Please sed ame your Illustruted Priee
Lis t o Walnrun Wathes, as per adver
tisenL t in Tux LoaISuZaIA.
(iign name and addrem in futall)
U.e.~amn. the Mornoy.'
We have seat out over Jlt TLousand of
these Watebes upon these conditions, anad
havoomly been asked to refunmd the money
in three ease, adnot one of these was
on account of dimatirsfacton with the
Watch, but because the parties needed
the money more,
Wa RAvE so Aorna, Aan ox imcs
Ar Twa amU To AI.. A EmIDmET O
Onanox oa T~xas cuA nu A Warca waox
us sYn rr wlns Doer m No xoan TEAN I,
-EL avan us Nxw Yoal. bAL, Tma 1
zxn-wausm mx n prcr Lust.
Special Noti.e.-We do not ealn
Waltham Watches in any Imitation, Gilt,
Pated, Oride, Flled Cases whatever (these
are all other names for Brain or German I
Silver). The Waltham Watoh is worthy s
of a solid Gold or 8ilver Case, and we do I
-ot propo to sell it in any other. J
Lrr Evar ONE amD rOs A PRICE LsT.
110 'PARD & Co.
J1arsmiers csd !!versmraitiS,
S~* 7sJ Lu.. g;'a~i, N~'rv 3Oax.
St. Louis, Iron onutain and &Qnthcrn
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
To St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, San
Francisoo, St Paul, Kansas City, Leav
enworth, St Joseph,
And all Points North, Eest and West.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the
New Orleans, Jackson and Great
Northern Railroad Depot daily, at 7
A. M. and 5 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 WINGFIELD.
General Superintending Agent St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
CHATTANOOGA R AILROAD.
The Mobile division of this read will be
opened for business on
londay, November 21, 1S70,
and passenger trains will run as follows
Leave New Orlenus, fronm the fi'ot of
Canal street, for Bay St. Louis, Pass
Christian, Missidippli City, Biloxi, Ocean
Springs, Pascagoulaud M. tobile at 5 o'clock
A. M. Arrivive at Mobile at 2:30 o'clohK
1'. M., connecting at Mobile with the
MOBILE AND WiHIO, and the MO
BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAIL
ROADS for all points
NORTH, EAIiT AND WEST.
Lea:ve Moile for New Orleanis at 11:20
A. M. Arriving at 6:10 P. M.
Fare Eetween Nrw Orleens n:ld BIchiki,
TIIHROUGII FREIGIIT TRAINS RtUN
EACH WAY DAILY.
Freight received at Now Orile. s, at
the foot of Julia street before 4.30 '. M,.
delivered at Molile airly next :uorn:ing.
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY
For further information, call at the
General Office of the company, rotms one
and two, up stairs. STORY BUILDING,
corner Camp and Common streets.
J. I. KENDRICK,
The New Orleans, Jackson, and Cneat
Northern and Mississippi Central
Run their Passenger Coaches and Bag
gages Cars, their combined length
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RE
SIDENCE TO DESTINATION.
The 7 A. . Exprems Train runs Daily,
Makes elose connections for Vicksburg,
Mem phis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louisvillc,
and all points beyond, Sleepling cars at
night, Cantonto Grand Junctin and
The rlail Trai lma.e New Orleas aily,
at 5 P. 1.
Makes aschedule connections with Light
ning Expre traine, toall points NORTH,
EAST and WEST. Carries the great
'Th to ew Terk, 70 os.
Neaw and elegantly Sfitted up Sleeping
Cars run to Humlboidt, Tenncmee. Cleve
land, Tennessee, and Louisville, Keatuc
Express Train SBoth arrives at 1:30
Mail Train South arrives at 1105 A. M.L
Ticket Ofce, Galveston, Iron Buillding.
Ticket Ofloes, New Orleans, under City
Hotel Corner Camp and Common streets,
and at Depot
E. Q SEWALL, General Superinteadent;
3. . MOREY, neral Ticket Agent
New Or.mi, Jackson and Great
E. D. FROST, GeneraL Superintendent.
1. Bi. IOIREY, General Tieot .AgeSat.
Misueisippi CMentral lRilrhcxd
SS SCU'LTT, Ge-irr.L l'eee.incr~b Agnt
WATCOIMA1iKEi AND JEWELLERS
DEALER IN G OLD AND
SIL ER WA1 TCII ES,
Anl Fine Gold Jewelry. Keep alwayson
hand all classes and patterns of Gold,
a Silver and Steel Spetacles and Eye
Glasses. Glasses changed and sent to
any part of the country. Watch repairs
done promptly and warranted. Address
112 Carondelet street, New Orleans.
e Feb. 16 ly
AT OLD PRICES.
AS THIE SOLE AGENTS in the United
States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
we are authorized by them to close out
ta large line of European Watches,
Chains. etc., now in stock for'Cash, at
prices never before known. All beautiful
in finish, artistic in design, reliable or
acc:uattj time, durable, and of the la:te
style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
than cost of importation, and forwarded
securely packed, prelxpid, to any part of
the country on receipt of price. Money
can to sent to us by Express, with or
ders for Express Co.. to return Goods or
Cash, which will securo promptness and
safety to purclhaer. Among our list will
be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, genuine English full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
steel cut haud..i, engine turn nerl, correct
and serviceable article, large or small size
in complete running order, with an
elegant Get nt's Vest Chain, Locket and
key, all complete, mailed free for FIVE
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fine
18 karat Gold plated Double Casses
imitation of $100 Gold Watch--engraved
or plain, genuine English, full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
correct, and in complete running or
tier with elegent Gent's Vest Chain,
withLocket and Key, mailed pre-paid for
E only EIGHTEEN DOLLARS.
The Oride Gold Watch,
IN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double
Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegantly
cngriaved, or engine turned, Genuine
l'"atent Lever movements, full jeweled,
reg~ulated and warranted to keep correct
time, and wenr equal to Gold, preci
sely like in appmarance, make, finish,
brillinucy of color. $200 Gold Waatch.
One of these splendid Watches will 1e
forwarded by mail free to any address, in
han"tldsome nhoroceo ease, lined with velvet
and satin, (Ladies' or Gent's size Wtch,)fur
on!i,' TWELVE DULL.LlI>.
\Watchis fir IIdAie:y Pre-seuts manufac
turcd to ordir.
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES
of all grades, in Gold and Silver C.t.s,
from $18 uplto $2(x). Other (;God 'Watccr
cu::!lly low. With every Club of six
\V.tc'hes, of any kind, we send one extra
,f sanue kind free, as a ILremiut- to getter
up of the C(i:,. A swuperir stock of Ge
u.:..: : " 0" : ol CansW, $2 to ,6 etch,
S,:.. iady to,tl to Gold in ,riliiai:cv
o: c)l .r, w-, eta,c., ;i:lis of over $12. col
kt ctrd o s.1' li'ecry, it desired. All Blilis ot
812, aw, lcs:, Iutst becash in P. O.
Money Ord11sm, or I'.gistered Letters, It
our ri .k. toaois caref'ily selected, paciked
aiw forwrdled pr-lpaid by mail, or by
Exlpress, or rttceipt of price. Safe delivery
of til goodts ;g.lrtrnteed. Watches forward
ed to ie exauined to parties knownI
I when expre-. charges both ways are paid. I
No, good.s torwarded west of the Mi-d.ssippli
River, with bill to collect ou delivery.
Purchumers must pay all exlpre charges
on goods sent C. O. D.: a~ for return
of money. All Cash ordeI' forwarded
free of ch.rges to destinatic. Catalukgues
'"ree. Address all or'tkrs.
CHAS. P. NORTON L CO.,
Ilmprter oft' Wstc'hes, etc.
Es tablished 18 7. bG Nasmu St., N. Y.
GROGElIES, PRODUCE d(e.
A. n. warrm, L. c. r.canne, r. I. wIT.
WHITE, RICHARIDS & Co.,
Successors to A. D. GrIEFF & Co.,
AND DEAII;R IS
Southern and Western rodlace.
10t.......POYDRASI 8TRT T......l101t
GEO. GI(GNAC ALP. JOURDAIN.
CIUNAC AND JODIDAlN,
lCooln Cieors A. Vu.m, No. 239.
ALWAYS ON HAND
Choice, Croeeries, Coffee, Tem, Froviaioa,
Winte and Liqer.
Orders promptly attended to.
P. B. ETHEI~L
105.... POYDRAS STREET...105
W. J. TAYLOR.... JOHN i BUIKE
W. H. M.uutax, U. W. Burr,
t8L La S. a Orlns
MARKHAM & BURT, i
Importar and Jobbe aet
109.....GRtAVIER STREE .....109
O. CASEN AYVL.
U N DE RTAiK 3
CARfIIAUES FOR ILIlrE. I
DRIY GOODS, CLOTINyj 4
JOSEPH It. WI SO,8
i163 .... CANAL STREET..... 1
DItY GOODs, GENS FL 0
LADIES ROOM FOR ~BAWLS, CL0A
CARPETS, MATTING AND rGR.
A visit to the store will repay
t persons wishing to buy cheap and eldg
110.... CANAL STREET....101
f Near St. Charles
NE IV ORLEANS, LA.
MEN'S AND BOYS'
(OF H1s OWN XMAE)
BOYS AND CHILDREX's
lMEN'S .ND BOTYS' SHIIT I1T l I MR
Every Article Marked in
Goods sold on "one price" system, ms
any article purchased which fil to give
natis-l tisn can be returned and the -.y
ey will be retunded.
M3Ioderate Prices and Frtrh
Stock to select from are sonued
the inducements offered at
B. T. WALSIIE's
PREII'lM SHIRT ANDCLOTHI¶G EANI1
110 Canal St., near St. Charles,
N. B.-Lotttr Orklr, rt('cLive promt4
attention anti fill d C. (). ). if dktrL
S$78 Evory Wool!
We want Smart and EIner etic Az.S to
uItro lut our i) ,'al tr .an I jbtly c..lr"J
'4d1 inve, tioits, in e'cry ;'il,1, Ttr'
':,d ('i.' in the W",-,l.
Indispensable to Every
i hIu'sehold ;
They are highly approvtd of, endurd
and ao'plted by Ilduce, 1'hytuiricu 6*
Di els, and are now a GRLEAl FA+VUII
ITE with thenm.
Every Family will Purchase One
of more of them. Somuothing that Ihui
merits are apparent at a GLLNCE.
And all who keop FANCY SI'ORllE,
will find our excellent arties SiELL
VERY RAPIDLY, givw, perfect eatiaia
tion and netting
to all Dealers and Agenti.
Country 1RiBglhts Free
to all who desire engaging in an Il,,al,
Respedct·rle aI a'rofitblde BU1ners, at the
amne time doing good to their corl-l
nions in life Suuple $,OO, sent fr, Ivy
mail on receipt of price. E2:iD Iit
WHOLESALE CII:ULbIL ADDhkt '
tletoria 2ltn eefrtctu riJ C'o
17 1'ARK PIACE. hNEW YORK.
C OMPA N Y.
OF EVERY DESCRI1PTION
BOOT8 AND 8HOES,
BELTING, PACKING & HOSE.
BALL TOYS, eAc.,
363 BoamwarY, co FaWLrUa ., Nr.
$2 Lazs Sra'rx, CalcLoo.
607 MAnsr? Smua, SA PSO.
F. Mb8HJllPPARD. PRsar
J. A. MINOTT, sI
Lock-Samith t Bdloi.BJ r'
IlOJq I.116.GS FITTED [l
Iron dirom p&
Os, 00MMON STREET,