OCR Interpretation


Semi-weekly Louisianian. (New Orleans, La.) 1871-1872, February 04, 1872, Image 3

Image and text provided by Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83016631/1872-02-04/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

t to be determined by reason,
6 fat to be settled by evidence,
then prluce(d' evidence'that the
of Spain were reduced to a
,of "run, :,nld that the Span
l ew frout one fort only; and
di,-ted that. in, fact, Spain had
St.trol of the( colonies, that
S.s no actual contest, and
.re was an operative inde
; et inmct.
:, ea:rs later, luring the Greek
, I:. C liuing, in his fam
,pat,'h tL. , t British minister
~.a.ntin,,ple. went a step fur
I {. sail tl':at belligerence,
S,et.enhl.ce. was a fact; and
Spa;rty in a war had no
:1, (d could not admin
: 1 :ulm the ocean, but
i,, i> prizes, then belli
Sh., the tlrlt sense, was not
bi,'r. 11.1 not therefore, be
. fti is was a doctrine
: ry ,. n::.tu1::), and therefore
: ;.o iare generally neutral;
a : this dlo.triue upon which
.atmner iusi',d in his speech
,t the J 1,.< ,i, treaty. It is,
,.:la pn1lci,'"' \,ich can gov
ionl: act o . When civil war
t .her coun! Y ari'ses, or when.
: attemtp; .: , throw off the
:.mIntt of a parent country,
j 4tion is si;il ly, not what our
.art, int ~' at the situation
I th,. ULit . States, for in
. ,r feelings are always with
i,,rl..ed every where. But
, not, therefore, perpetually
,, t right wrongs every where
Sh,)rc.\ nowing that if we did so
uw," r u.-V eonl do the same,
.: ± :: shoill relapse into
I,,. i, i"If ,1"'rse, we reserve
ci.!. rt the ritht of recognizing
ik ',Trcnv whenl w.- choose. That
,:dils)atable. 1I;:t the important
s.,n is. up11n hat principle
.,l! we choose ? ,h.dl it be that
e wish well to one side and not to
We other, or t h, we think they
b:- ,th fought long enough, or
: tiere is do(,tbt whether an in
T ,tin i, n b .;:lpp)ressed ? Ob
. gi.'v th, re is !), principle here;
n, oIit fact. We may assert
' l,.r A, ,i.nm principles
ple oug ' t, govern itself.
ve, thereto ,, recognize the
..:rnce of ;reland ? Or we
:sirt that ( tvery people has a
:.'t to i,l.pi'; ie.nce. Shall we,
,:r(eorV. try ,, .rulst France out
.\.,rla If t found recogni
,n of b,Illirr :. upon abstract
S-.; e calt , v'er be a definite
• t ; , tion.
a ,t fa,.t cast I)e established by
ad.. :nl1 whenu it is proposed
i-:in the recognition of the in
-' !I,.e, of ('uba-for the con
of belligerence is nothing
S:tis n(eessar.i to know whether
:.,1 is act't;!ly independent,
't.. hr the h:, "!,1 of Spain is so
"-1 .lthat it is virtually so. The
..r fact is that the war has
I fr a long tiime; that Spain
ru!,m1tls the p ,rts; that the
:i r!etublic hbas no really opera
" ,;-rmttent; and that although
uV.hluntsters have great control,
: r, ~i ittially 'solliers of Spain,
i the stlv ac.tual government
: sl: island is by the authority
:.a:r uniililteslly the right
",i/s 1,.!l:g1(-rence at our
" u: It 'ot without reason
n: ' rin .il,'jl1: and the con
.:.'. ti:t tiere has been a
-:'ui' I tue island, and that
r, at i'ruelty, Imay justify
::' n in t i, uanme of human
" i. a w"ollv exceptional
' h!:t: but it d: ,(s not establish
S ti.., iat th,,r,, i-s an organized,
"C i iOt"T!n!:t, i .dpendent of
d. :ltl with t, power of ad
lg'., jIs i,.,. ,, l:and andt sea.
Hs l,'lMr'.s Il'ceebh.
.5 NERAL
lt" .' , ii \IBOR A EnNCY,
. I ··. 1." " . }ol,useke(,per", etc..
" !, .:,, ",Ith m ,t reliable
.. FI ',LE HELP.
SI, ;.S, I' .
Sr I r- utrustds to this Agency,
" .:I' Lrd,(r , wtll rc'eivw promlpt
-Jan. 2(, '72 ly
OYEINC AND SCOURING
ESTABLISHMENT.
Jr c tn g,
a" 1) (r aUd Scourer,
SCAN.tL STREET....228
'iLtE ILMPAIWT AND BASIN,
THE LOUISIANIAN
BOOK AND JOB
Printing Establishment,
114 .... Carelck hatree.....114
Naw Oatnzas.
We are now prepared to execute every
DESCRIPTION
--OF--
P ZI. Z J WT I O
SUCH As
Mammoth Posters,
Fancy Show Cards,
Railroad Work,
Lawyers' Briefs,
Book Work,
Steamboat Work,
Business Cards,
Programmes,
Handbills,
And all kinds of MERCAXTILE WORK.
RUULIN AND BOOK-BINDIN
-or
EVERY DESCRIPTION
Executed with Dispatch.
Steamboat Printing.
Steamboat Officers will ind it to their
interest to call at our Office and
LEAVE THEIR ORDERS.
Posters and HandbitU
BLACK AND COLORED INKS,
AND OF IWErT KISZ .
BILL HEADS
On any quality of paper
Prices Accordingly.
Insurance Policies and Blanks.
Railroad Tickets, Time-Tables,
In fact, all kinds of
'ob PrAstins
can be executed at this Office-not only
with DISPATCH, but on ACCOMMO
DATING TERMS.
S" A REPOSITORY OF FASHION,
PLEASURE, AND INSTRUCTION."
HARPER'S BAZAR.
A supplement containing numerons full
sized patterns of useful articles accompa
nies the paper every fortAight.
Harper's Bazar contains 16 folio pages
of the size of Harper's Weekly, printed on
superfine calendered paper, and is pub
lished weekly.
NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
Harper's Bazar contains, besides pic
tui's, patterns, etc., a variety of matter
of especial use and interest to the family;
Sarticles on health, dress, and housekeep
ing in all its branches; its editorial matter
is specially adapted to the circle it is in
tended to interest and instruct; andithas,
besides, good stories and literary matter
of merit. It is not surprising that the
journal, with such features, has achieved
in a short time an immense success; for
semething of its kind was desired in
thousands of families, and its publishers
have flled the demand. The young lady
who buys a single number of Harper's
Bazar is made u. subscriber for life.-NXew
Y ork E'eninq Post.
The Bazar is excellent. Like all the
periodicals which the Harpers publish, it
is almost ideally well edited, and the class
of readers for whom it is intended-the
mothers and daughters in average fam
iles-cannot but profit by its good sense
and good tste, which, we have no doubt,
are to-day making very many homes hap
dier than they may have been before the
women began taking lesons in personal
and household and social management
Sfrom this good-natured mentor. - The Ni
Subscriptions.-1872.
I Harper's Bazar, one year........ . . $4 00
An extra copy of either the Magazine,
,Weekly, or Bazar will be supplied gratis
for every Club of Five Subscribersat $4 00
each, in one remittinee; or, Six Copies
for $20 00, without extra copy.
Subscriptions to Harper's Magazine,
Weekly and Bazar, to oue address for one
year, $10 00; or, two of Harper's Periodi
cals, to one address fr one year, $7 00.
." Back numbers cau be supplied at
any time.
Vols. I., IL, and III. of Harper's Bazar,
for the years 1868, '6f, '70, elegantly
bound in green morocco cloth, will be
sent by express, freight prepaid, for $7 00
each.
The postage on Harper's azar is 20
cents a year, which must be paid at the
subscriber's post ofice.
Address
HARPER & BROTHER,
Deea. a8 ". NHow lak
HABPERB' PERIODICALS.
'JiqmUetiobly tI best ustasir wort
of the kind Ii tIhe red."
No~aes of the Press.
No more delightful troaels are printed
in the English language than appear per
petually in HaraP's MAoamr They
are read with equal interest and satisfac
sion by boys of every grade from eighteen
to eighty. Its scientific papers, while suf
ficiently profound to demand the attention
of the learned, are yet admirably adapted
to the popular understanding, and design
ed as much to diffuse correct informatioe
concerning current scientific discovery as
it could be if it was the organ of the ."So
ciety foz the Diffusion of Useful Knowl
edge." The great design of HamE's is
to give correct information and rational
amusement to the great masses of the peo
ple. There are few intelligent American
families in which Harsz's MAorazn
would not be an appreciated and highly
welcome guest. There is no monthly
Magazine an intelligent reading family can
less afford to be without. Many Maga.
zines are accumulate HAma's is edit
ed. There is not a agazine that is print
ed which shows more intelligent pains ex
on its articles and mechanical execution.
There is not a cheaper Magazine publish
ed. There is not, confessedly, a more pop
ular Magazine in the world.
-New England Homestead.
It is one of the wonders of journalism
the editorial management of HasEsa'I
-The Naton.
SUBSCRIPTIONS.--1871,
Lormanes
HnEm 's MAGAnma, one year .... $4 00
An Ectre Copy of either the Maomtns,
Wauxy, or BtAza will be syppled ~igatis
for every (6b ofIqPF Suescuaaas at $4 00
each, in one remittance; or Sir Copiesfor $20,
00, wtoithout etra copy.
&bscriptios to Hausa's MAozAnu,
Wamu, aad Basaas, to on. address for
one year, $10,00; or htwo of Hrper's Peri
odiosta, to ons eddrseafor ons year, $7,OQ.
Back Numbers can be supplied at any
time.
A Complete Set of HAaran's MAoAznr,
now comprising 41 Volumes, in neat cloth
binding, will be sent by express, freight
at expense of purchaser, for $2 25 per vol
ume. Single Volumes, by mail, postpaid,
$3 00. Cloth cases for binding, will be
58 cents, by mail, postpaid.
The Postage on ILtm'zs MAoGAZNE is
24 cents a year, which must be paid at
the subscriber's post-office.
Address HARPER & BROTHERS,
New York.
"A Complete Pictorial History of the Times."
" The Best, Cheapent and most Suc
ceful Family Paper in the
VNTIOT."
-HA R PER'S WEE KL Y
SPLENDIDLY ILLCSTT.tATD.
NoarWE or THE Pares.
The JModel Newspaper of our country.
Complete in all the departments of an
American Family Paper, HaEa's Win.
rI has earned for itselfa right to its title,
"A Jovaux, o CmrL.zarxos."-Neto York
Eleninj Post,
The best publication of its class in
America, and so far ahead of all other
journals as not to permit of any compari
son between it and any of their number.
Its columns contain the finest collections
Sof reading matter that are printed.
Its illustrations are numerous and beauti
Sful, being furnished by the chief artists of
the country.--Boston Traveler.
Haruper's Weekly is the best and most
interesting illustrated newspaper. Nor
does its value depend on its illustrations
alone. Its reading matter is of a high
order of literary merit-varied, instruc
tive, entertaining, and unexceptionable.
-K Y. Sune
Subscriptions-1871.
ranus:
I Harper's Weekly, one year......... $4 00
An extra copy of either the Magazine,
Weekly, or BLazar will be supplied gratis
I for every club of Five Subscribers at $4 00
i each, in one remsnittance; or, six copies for
$20 00, without extra copy.
Subscriptions to Harper's Magazine,
Weekly, and Bazar, to one address for one
year, $10 00; or, two of Harper's Periodi
cials, to one address for one year, $7 00.
I - Back numbers can be supplied at
any time. "
The Annual Volumes of HARPER'S
WEEKLY, in uidt cloth binding, will be
sent by exprees, free of expense, for $7 00
each. A complete Set, comprising Four
teen Volumes, sent on receipt of cash at
the rate of $55 2 per roL, freight at ex
pense of purchaser. Volume XIV ready
I January 1st, 1871. *
The postage on Harper's Weekly is 20
cents a year, which must be paid at the
subscriber's post office.
P Address
H.mta A BBOTw Bo.
New Yoark
-__ I _ _
STEAMBOATS.
CAIBO.
ST. Lovom Ax Naw Oaxama PAOjKr
Comurr.
gOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Illinois Central Railroad Packets.
FOR MEMBPIS,
- and the Bends--T
passenger steam
this line will leave as follows:
Giving through bills of lading to all
points on the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad, Nashville and Northwestern
Railroad, and Memphis and Ohio BRail
road-also to St. Louis.
Theough Tickets fnished a lowest
rates to all points ust, West and North,
by all the vadous rates via Memphis,
Cairo and St. Lois. 8taterooms se
cured at General Once, 104 Common
treet.
A. A. WOODS, General Agent,
104 Common Street.
C. G. WAYNE, Freight Aent,
37 Natchez Street,
JOHN N. BOFINGER. President,
Bills of lading for all freights over
the Illinois Central Railroad; signed
at the office of
JAMES T. TUCKER,
apL 6-tf 26 Carondelet Street.
MEDCnAsTS' SOUTHEmI PACKTr
CoMPANY.
,* mFon ST. Lovrs, Casno,
Maurmas and the Bends
The steamers of this line will leave as
follows, at 5 P, M.
Giving through bills of lading over
the Illinois Central Railroad to al
points on Arkansas, White and Cumb
erland rivers. Through bills of lading
and passenger tickets issued to all
points on the Upper Mississippi. as
high as St. Paul
Plans of cabin may be see and state
rooms secured on application to
STEVENSON & VERLANDER.
Agents,
135 Gravier street
JOHN F. BAKER, Predent.
Bills ofladingover the Illinois Cent
ral Railroad signed only at theoffice of
JAS. T. TUCKER.
26 Carondelet street.
NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO
AND THE WEST.
THE ILLINIIS CENTRAL RBAIJOAD
AND
Blue Line, Via Cairo,
WILL TAE FREIGHT
From New Orleans on first
class steamers,
LIEVING DAILT, AT 5 P. x., FOB
CAIRO, CHICAGO, AND ALL
POINTS NORTH, WEST AND
EAST, AT THE LOWEST
RATES.
All rates and all through bills of
lading from New Orleans by above
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 and transfer charges at Cairo,
and their goods are always under
cover, and no charges are made for
forwarding.
JAMES T. TUCKER,
General Agent.
ST. LOUIS.
For St. Louis, Cairo and Memphis.
 Steamer KATIE,
J. M Warnr, Master; will
leave New Orleans for above ports on
SATURDAY, SATURDAY,
June- 10; June 24;
SATURDAY, SATURDAY,
July 8; July 22.
For freight or passage apply on board,
or to
J. JANNEY, No. 150 Common Street
A. A. GREEN, No. 196 Common Stree
Where a plan of the cabin can be seen
BATON ROUGE.
.L New Orleans, Coast, Baton
RBougeand Groqse Tete Rail
a semi-weekly paemen
get packet
ST. JOHN,
W. R. Gaaruovaus, Master;
Jagus McEz.aor, Clerk,
Will leave New Orleain. every 8arouar,
at 5 P. M., andWDNErsDir, at 5 P. M.
For freight or passage apply on board,
orto
E. O. Marawcox, 11 0onti street
MILLINERY ESTABLIISHMENT.
FALL AND WINTER
sroCs or
wNiisery Goese
of every description, just received at
i:...CHARTRES STREET... 29
etween Canal and Customhouse
NEw Om.uas.
E X PIRE
MUTUAL LIFE INSU'RANCE
COMPANY
OF TH~ CITY OF NEW YOR
NO. 139 BROADWAY.
Gso W. Smith. Vice Prest . Hilton
Soribrr. Pret., L. . Watders. Aduery.
adneycv W. Gtf Secy., Aberat Gpqp
1qp. Agese. T. & RMarcy. Med ker.,
IAete Kev Orleea c-mcKu & A.rouuz
MILLINERY STORES.
MRSA.& M.PARRISH
FIRST PREMIUM
hirt a
0N.111 61NiL STIRlT,
New Orleans, La.
Particular attention paid to the
manufacture of Gents' Under
clothing; alsoBase Ball Clab and
Firemen's UniformMade to order.
BSRlAU OF THE NEW YURK
Eanport'm of ass1r.n
FOR LADIES
eprnated by Inr A. lue0l aid
Sr. I. E. Li.asel.
FURNISHING 0003
OF ALL KINDB, FROM
HEAD DRESS
TO HOSIERY,
SUITS IN GRFAT VARIETY,
Wrappers Single or Double, Undercloth
ing of every description, Night Dresses,
Trail and Walkiag Skirts, Chemise
Drawers, Sacks, Over Skirts, Aprons, o.
Orders taken for wedding Outfit, Chil
drens and Infants' Wardrobes, uits and
Dresses in the Latest Ryles, and supplied
at short notice.
e TRADE supplied at New York
prices.
Sample Room, No. 2I1
Canal at.,
AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S
FIIST PRIEIUM 881IT MANIUFICTOIY.
M'Orders respectfully solicited.
Mrs. A GOODALE,
Mrs. K E. LINCOLN.
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS
AL. .oason's,
COSMOPOLITAN NEWS DEPOT,
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.,
No. 94, Erchange Alley, between
Bienville and Conti Streets, New Or
leans.'
All the large Northern and Western dai
lies.
More than one hundred and sixty diRf
erent publications received and sold.
Subecriptions received to all periodical
publications.
Subscribers will be accountable for she
subscription as long as they do not send
back the paper, or notify otherwise.
CARPENTERS, FURNITURE, &c
JULIU&. P. BRO WN.
HOUSE CARPENTER
CAxAL S. Bet Ltr·ar & R omunsaox Ba's.
Jobbisg. Attended to Pu~mcUey.
The Mitchell & Ramellsberg
FURNITURE CO.,
ANT.FACT-Rsulz AiD DEALERS I ALL EIDS BOr
IMATTRASSES,
LCOKING
GLASSEfj, &c.,
1t3 and 10 Cnamp street, corner Poydras,
ORESQUE BUILDINO,,
INEw Onaszs.
8T. PIIUP STOlE,
230 ROYAL ST.. COMER.
ST. PHILIP
|. 1. CIIJAELLA.
--CAE DEALER L4
itapisand Fairy Dry Goods,
TPlMMINGS AND HATS,
Ai AT AUCTION PRIg
DBY GOODS & CLOTBHNG.
PARTIES
WHO BUY FIRST (LASS DRY
GOODS
Will lad their mosey spent more to their I
satis6&tion st
BRA SBLM-A,& ADAM'8
CASH HOUSE
nwa
ELSEWHERE.
A Ohlse through their immense stock
--at-- I
Silks, Satins, Real Popns, Plaids, Bergas,
Merinos, Cahm.ea, Emp. Cloths,
Formoan, Are, Jackets, Shawls
Sacking., Cleliags, Cloths,
Flannels, Laaw Embroide
riee, Gloves, Cosets, Vel- 2
rvets, Bibbas, Paraseols,
1Pas.
Etc,, Et., Etc.
WILL CONYINCE.
86.............. .and............ .588
Magazine stuert, cor. St. Andrew,
MISCELLANEO US.
THE PEDOPLES COMMERCIAL
COLLEGE I
Da~sarmeest of
BSireght UnTvers ly.
Located over the Freedmens Savings
Bannk,
114 Carondelet St. I
oirmn nT MZw YsGmo, so VACATION.
The old and young can enter at this
Institution any day, no distinction
made in regard to race or color. The
design of the Iaetitatioo, is to furnish
opportunities to those wishing a rapid,
thorough and practical businees edu
cation, fifty to one hundred per cent.
saved by students, by taking the rapid I
ovmMercial omrse. Parties having or- 3:
dinary ability, who have entirely ne- I
glected their education now have the
opportunity to qualify themselves for
almost any position in the State, in
an incredible short time.
From two to three months is all
that requires to complete the commer
al course. Terms duced to suit the
times.
For further information call at the
College, or address
Prof. A. T. Selever,
Principal
REMOVAL
To
167 ..CANAL STREET.....167
FnoM
No. 9 CAMP STREET. -
Orar2wN eft oP fvarBy
Manufacturers and Dealers
IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Trunks, Valises and Bags,
We repectklly give notice that they have
removed to the large and centrally located
No 167 Canal Street,
Near Dnuphine.
WIFI*SELD A m0mPR.
PAINTING, GLAZING, OALSOMINING,
GRANTILING, FRESCOING,
GRANING, SIGN P.AINT.
INGo, WALL PAPERING.
OMee No. 84 Dryades Street,
Near Union Street
TEE POPLB'S 1001
AND
THE BOOK OF THE DAY.
JUST OUT.
the Louisiana Magistrate
A GUIDE OF DAILY USE TO THE
JUDGE, THlE PARISH OFFI
CER, THE ILAWYER, THE
BUSINESS MAN, AND
HEADS OF
FAMLIES.
Containing the most necessmry informs.
ion en questions of every day use.
COMPLETE
SET OF POERMS FOB
ALL CONTRACTS OF
EVERY DaY OCCURRENCE
For sle by
BARRETT, SEYMOURB & CO.,
General Stal rs and law Publishers,
mh30. t. No. 60 Csmp ,treet
P.B. ETHELL,
MERCIAlSISI, FLOUR
aND
PROVISION BROKER,
106...POYDBAS STREET....105
TAYLOB ... .3o0 BURKE
LOTTERLS.
LMIIANA HATE IIMTIL If111
incorporated August 17, 16
CHARLES T. HOWARD .. Pa mrr
SINGLE NUMBER. LOTTERY,
Sranmwm Scrzam ! Omra 94000 Nmrias.
CAPITAL Pzza - - - - $50,000.
CLASS B.
TO BE DRAWN N IN NEW ORLEANS ON
Itaray, Ienry 8, 187,
HOWARD, SIMMONDOACO., Contr'cts.
SCHEME :
20,000 =aum-ei·n u oxx.T $20.
1 pse of $50,000 i...........$50,000
1 prise of 30,000 i ...... 30,000
1 prize of 920,00.......... 90,000
1 prise of 10,000 ..ds.. ..... 10,000
1 prie of . ,000.oi8.......... 9,000
1 prize of 8,000 is...... 8,000
1 prise of 7,0001a.......... 7,000
1 prize of 8,004 is ..... 8,000
prse of 5,o is.......... 8,000
1 Pise of 4.E is.... . 4,00oo0
I prise o ,000 is.......... 3,000
1 prie of O ý i.......... 2,000
prize of 1,0
1 prize of 1,080
1 prise of 1,060
1 priz of 1:000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,900
1 prise of 1,o0
1 prioe of . 1000
1 prize of 1,000
prize of 1,000
prise of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prizeof 1,000
1 prize of 1,000 are S95,000
1 prie of 1,000
prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
I prise of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prise of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prie of 1,000
1 prisot ,090
1 prise of 1,000
1 prie of 1,000
Sprise of s1,000 6,0
s ole ticksets 90; ash in oi
Prizes payablein fah without"
Orders to be addressed to.
CHB T. HOWARD,
Lock Box 699 Postocos New Orleans.
Send Posto6ce Money order or Begiter
your Letter.
ctagg & O'gkil
PATENT ATrUUET
AND
DEALER II ALL THE
and mest Usefil Patents of
the age.
We beg to call public attention to the
fact that we are now prepared to All or
ders for the latest novelties in the line of
patented goods, sad e onastantly adding
to our large stock, such articles of
merit as the inventive spirit of the a
produces, and the progressive temper
the times demands. The Southern Coun
try especially, needs these labor-saving
inventions; to our friends in the country
extead an invitatia to call and examine
our stock of uoUsEmoL AD rain - rma
Invenators can obtain informatio
through our Agency, of the coursetobe
pursued in obtaining p.ente, the monrs
oriSANDI o0 Ti PATrsT Osiczc, Govern
ment fees, Ac., Ac.
Appliections made, and avawta Sled,
speedily and effectively through our oBce,
A aT zuAe o 0 r Ima s I urron, than
personal application at Wakington. For
aircular address.
8TAGG k O'NEILL,
180 Canal Street
New Orleans.
Mrs. G. E. Oraig,
amoc[,r,,r s,,omas,
NO. 238 POYDRAS STREET.
New Omnwrs.
jal '72-y17.
500. 500. 500. 5O0.
HOME WASHERS,
HOME WASHERBS,
HOME WASHERS,
Sold within the Past Two
Months under a Full
Guarantee,
Not one
retaraed~
Not one complaint.
8peakse for itselt
In Operation Daily at the
Depot,No. 176 Canal 8trcct,
PRICE $18.
New Crleans Home Manufacturin
Company.
G. CASENAVE,
U N DE B RTAK E
Cm ooaw~mw l01
CABRIAnGa 103 HIM.

xml | txt