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[oorr2XNtV raol rar PAGis]
from all points. The disposition of
some of the Senators on that ques
tion was plainly evidenced yester
day by the objections which were
made to a suspension of the rules
for the purpose of allowing the
Senator from Onuachita (Mr. Ray)
to introduce bills bearing directly
Mr. Lynch-As this discussion
has taken a political turn, I was
unwillipg to participate in it, but as
my motives, as well as those of
other Senators with whom I am
acting, have been impugned, I deem
it my duty to defend myself. When
the gentleman. (Mr. Blackman)
states that those Senators who are
acting in opposition to him on these
political questions are not prepared
to act with him upon measures of
reform, he states that which is not
warranted by the facts. I appeal
to the record of the last and pre
vious sessions to prove that I, as
well as other Senators now working
with me, were ready to co-operate
with him in the passage of any and
every measure which looked toward
the reform of existing abuses. I
challenge the Senator (Mr. Black
man) to show from his record that
he ever introduced a measure of
that character; and yet when bills
are introduced by other Senators,
especially those of a political na
ture, the gentleman gets up and
makes long speeches about the
wrongs of the dear people, "my
people," and denouncing everybody
else in general because they do not
do exactly as he directs. The
gentleman says this revolution com
menced in 1868, and that the State
administration had been founded
and sustained in revolution. I tell
the Senator, in reply, that when
the first shot was fired at the flag
of our country on Fort Sumter,.
then and there the revolution com
menced; then was the first effort
made to overthrow the only govern
ment in the world that recognized
the brotherhood of man. Allusion
has been made to those who have
come from distant portions of the
country, among whom I have the
honor to belong. I am not here
by the permission of the gentleman;
I ai not here by his invitation. I
came here as an humble soldier of
the republic, to-aid in establishing
a government where anarchy and
chaos prevailed, and where there
existed a reign of terror and
tyranny more terrible than that
inaugurated by hiy of the
cruel Roman emperors. Now,
what is the resolution before
the Senate ? Simply to provide
for the appointment of a committee
to inform the Governor and House
of Representatives that we are ready
for business. If the Senator [Mr.
Blackman] had been in his place I
on the first day of the session, and
had not absented himself, with other I
Senators, for the purpose of break',
ing the quorum, this resolution
would have been unanimously
adopted, and we would now be I
transacting the business of the
State regularly. If the Senator I
does not wish to go back to fort
Sumter to trace this revolution, I
tell him it began on the first day of f
the session of the General Assenm
bly, when his seat and the :.eats of
his associates were vacant.
Mr. Ragan-As we hay, heard a
enough political speeches to-day, I
would advertise those who wish to a
speak to wait until next summer, L
and to expend their wind on the t
stump. I now call for the lrevious
question on the adoption of the re
The resolution was adopted.
Previous Opinions of Jurors. is1
A bill has been presented by Mr. If
Judd to the legislature of the State s
of New York which declares that,
in the trial of criminal cases, "the i'
previous formation or expression of |
an opinion " in respect to the issue tl
to be tried shall not legally dis- 0o
qualify any person, who is other- fo
wise qualified, to sit as a iuror, pro- ti
vided he shall assert under oath his -
own competency ta render an i- a
partial verdict according to the t
evidence. There ought to be now
necessity for such a bill in this th
State, or any other; and there tI
would not be if the simplest princi- T
ples of common sense had not hEn
grossly perverted by courts of jus- i
tice. According to the law in the 'i
State of New York, all male inhahi- s
tants, not exempt from serving on a
juris, who are twenty-one years of te
age <i upward,. and under sixty la
years old, who possess their natural w
faculties, and are not infirm and n
decrepit, who have a fair character, ig
approved integrity, and a sound li
jndgment, and are well informed, o
are deemed to be "suitable persons lo
to serve as juror." These are the ga
qualifications expressly named by
The practice, however, of tthe
courts has been to exclude in crim
"r- inal cases from the jury box all pbr
re sons whp have formed any opinion
es as to the guilt or innocence of the
be accused. It is a rule of procedure
having no other authority than that
of judicial usage. The object of
1) Mr. Judd's bill is to abrogate this
usage, and require judges on the
)n bench to act like sensible men. The
bill ought to be passed at once, and
as go into effect immediately.
as No man who is fit to be a juror,
of upon reading a detailed statement
in of the circumstances attending the
m commission of a crime, and assum
ing the substantial correctness
"n thereof, can help forming some
n) opinion as to the guilt or innocence
re of the party alleged to have perpe
se trated the deed. The opinion is a
,d private one, growing out of the
very constitution of human nature,
of and having no official relation or
ot responsibility. It is also hypothet
al ical, being built upon the assump
- tion of a certain set of facts; and it
may have various degrees of com
pleteness, from a loose geineral im
8g pression to a decided conviction,
te provided always that the facts are
,d as stated. In this age of newspa
rd pers and ample facilities for the
circulation of information all per
sons of ordinary intelligence are
k- compelled to form such opinions in
at respect to crimes which excite the
of public attention. They cannot
Ui avoid the result, except by abjuring
the means of knowledge; and this
1, they certainly should not do.
a- Now, does such a fact render any
d man. intellectually or morally in
le competent to be sworn as a juror,
Ito listen carefully to the evidence
ly submitted, to hear the arguments
y of the counsel, and also an exposi
Dt tion of the law from the lips of the
ie judge, and then retire, and with his
a- associates weigh the evidence, and
te at last come to a conclusion solely
d in the light of that evidence? Not
at all. His previous off-hand and
unstudied impression or opinion,
'n entertained without any public re
ig sponsibility, is no obstacle whatever
r, to a righteous determination of the
1- I question of fact, provided he is an
honest man; and if he is not such,
rt then he is not very likely to confine
i- his verdict to the evidence, whether
d e has any previous opinion or not.
A mere opinion, formed without
legal evidence, and with no personal
interests to influence it, is not such
Le a bias in its own direction as to im
.e pair the power of the evidence or to
e weaken the judgment in its consid
eration. The rule adopted by the
courts on this subject is, hence,
philosophically absurd; and almost
)f all judges know it to be so, except
g when they sit on the bench. Then
d their judicial sense gets the better
a of their common sense.
The practical cosiutence of ap
plying the rule is the crdusion from
t juries of the most i,'telligent and
e competent men in the commnity,
, and the commission of criminal
verdicts to the adjudication of stupid
ignorance. This is one of the
e reasons why, in murder trials, those
e who deserve to be hung so fre
e quently escape the just award of
law. Take the case of Cole, tried a
few years since at Albany. The
evidence showed a clear and palpa
e ble case of murder in the first de
l gree; and yet the jury, under the
r plea of insanity in behalf of the ac- a
cused, found that Cole, though sane c
up to the moment of the crime, and
sane immediately afterward, com
V mitted the deed under "an uncon
e trollable impulse," and on this
e ground brought in a verdict of not r
guilty. The ve:dict in the case of
McFarland was no better. In both
cases it was contrary to evidence
Sand contrary to justice. The law
f failed of its end in the hands of its
Ssworn ministers. Such failures
have become so numerous that men
of murderous passions are begin
ning to think that "hanging is
I about played out." 1 illing the jury
Sbox with asses, instead of intelligent
and sensible men, who are not to be
deceived by the artifices of criminal
lawyers, tellnds directly to promote
the crime of murder, by the hope
of impunity to those who com
The trial of Stokes, the assassin i
of James Fisk, commences this I
week; and, if thq old regime in re- az
spect to the qualifications of jurors ni
is to prevail, as will probably be the H
fact, then several days will be con
sumed in making up the panel.
There is hardly an intelligent man
in the whole city who has not either
read or heard read a statement of
the facts connected with the killing
of Fisk; and every such man has
formed some opinion as to the ques
tion whether Stokes is guilty of 5
murder. If all persons of this class
are to be excluded from the jury,
then the Court might almost as
well summon the jury from among C
the inm.tes of a lunaticasylum, and
thus make the farce a complete one. ky
Trial by jury, under the stringent
application of this stupid rule, is A
likely to be worse than a humbug,
since it puts in peril the grave and
solemn interests of public justice,
and lea'es the lives of men unpro
tected by the enforced sanctions of
law. We protest against a practice E
which so directly contributes to J.
make jury trials a sham of human
ignorance, on the one hand, and of
legal sophistry, on the other. The
only wonder is that judges have not
long since become thoroughly dis
gusted with it.
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at SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
id To St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, San
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1e And all eints North, Best and West.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the
" New Orleans, Jackson and Great
a Northern Railroad Depot daily, at 7
e A.M. and 5 P. M.
e, AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of
>r Canal street daily at 8 A. M., via the
t- New Orleans, Mobile and Chattanooga
Railroad, making close connections
it at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio
I- Railroad to all points North, 'East
1- and West.
M, 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.
)t Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and
. Chatanooga Railroad No. 150 Com
is mon street, under St. Charles Hotel.
J. H. WINGFIELD.
y General Superintending Agent St. Louis,
1- Iran Mountain and Southern Railroad
t NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
is CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD.
y The Mobile division of thisroat will be
i opened for business on
loaday, November !I, 1870,
- and passenger trains will run as follows :
r Leave New Orleans, from the foot of
e Canal street, for Bay St. Louis, Pass
M Christian, Mississippi City, Biloxi, Ocean
' Springs, Pascagoulaand Mobile at 8 o'clock
S. M.Arrivive at Mobile at 2:30 o'clock
P. M., connecting at Mobile with the
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Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20
t A. M. Arriving at 6:10 P. M.
SFare Between New Orleans and. Mobile,
THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN
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Freight received at New Orleans, at
the foot of Julia street before 4:30 P. M,.
delivered at Mobile early next morning.
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY
For further information, call at the
I General Office of the company, rooms one
and two, up stairs. STORY BUILDING,
corner Camp and Common streets.
J. RI. KENDRICK,
The New Orleans, Jackson, and Greatl
Northera and lississippi
Run their Passenger Coaches and Bag
gages Cars, their combined
length without change.
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RE
SIDENeE TO DESTINATION.
The 7. I. I.Express Train lu Dail y, a
Makes close connections for Vicksburg, t
Mem phis, St Louis, Chicago, Louisville, or
and all points beyond, Sleeping cars at,
night, Cantonto Grand Junction and
The lail Train leases New Orleans Daily,
at P. 1.
Makes schedule connections with Light
ning Expresatraine, toall pointsNORTH,
EAST and WEST. Carries the great
North Mail. ta,
Time to New Terk, 70 Hoars. sh
New and elegantly fitted up Sleeping
Care run to Humboldt, Tennessese, Cleve- Vi
land, Tenneseee, and Louisville, Kentuc- ne
Expres Train South arrives at 1:30 an
Mail Train South arrives at 11.05 A. M.
Ticket Office, Galveston, Iron Building.
Ticket Ofices, New Orleans, under City T.
Hotel, Cor. Camp and Common streets,
and at Depot.
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J. B. MOREY, General Ticket Agent
New Orleans, Jackson and Great all
Northern Railroad. i
E. D. FROST, General nSuperintendent.
D. B. uMOREY, Genedal Ticket Agent. or
Miiepp iCentral Railroad.
S. 8. SOOTT, GeeaL Pmnsemger Agnt.
NEW AD VERTISEMENTS.
THE NDIA UBBER OUMB CO.
N Nos. 9,11 &13Mercerstreet,
ki maauftaetrs, cader 6dyear's
Sad Isyer' htets,
INMIA RUBBER COMBS,
e Long Combs.
Fine Tooth Combs,
of [A variety of Elegant Fancy Patterns ]
1e Pocket Combs.
B Ridding Combs.
io Hair Pina
ALSO, SOLE MANUFACTURERS
' COMBINATION SIDE COMBS
[MADEs UvDm PAtLT'b PATmrr.]
The sale of any Combination Side
L. Combs, no matter of what material
made, unless sold under a license
from us, is prohibited by law.
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A Nwmaper abes Pruesses Ymes.
Inseedmed far PFeee New em arth.
un dtals Pa, Mbeat. Ne nt, Pro.
b0a0at Mra sea Wortma Taksarn, a all Man
f aer of ease Plas, amd ta Wvs., Sen, amd
PDeasier of dl soob.
n ONLY orN DOLLA3 A TRAR I
k ONE HJrUDNED Cim 163 SM,
k Ohr tess tha One Orat a op. It the be a
e $Club ast egery feet Oags.
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oM the msemo ame gimaral euactr a
ThE WrLT, but with a geiriwarloty of
amlacallanoum aseedies , snd farnkbla the news
to It smsubertb waith Srear frea ess. bg.ame
It Cmes twiae a week tasa of oace only.
TYE DAILY BUN, SM A YIEA.
amt.am . aau.aa ptia. AiI the sews
TERMS TO CLUBS.
THE DOLLAR WrELY UN. j
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ma eaeacpy tso thegi o cosin
P SmowB~B P ea, bo a Astos at
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TN KEMISWEERLY SUN.
Live onpai. anT ymease o 1Msig. L
Tensipait, nmen Povenaal, a nsreani a
eta aopy to seloter the, aso isre
oa a Bll on Zemdin. dCold.
st ek ND YOUR Nent E
llleave san SAUe, anY, rat ela Ne.
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nPe. SWnatepro, C.ath, Ca saro, at
Bone roean, Plaqum. IneDoenloari, La.
meost. Prompt cUniont girn toraihsaleshi
anrcIdtchases, icksibg of farms, ec, detc.
soon a tsheppal, unes ooheraise inTllwftdch
on the Bill of nading.
______ NNyid, Eg't Point.
Vicksbnrg, Grand GZ St. Jo0eph, Bed Ues
160 Coemmcm Sbtre
O T BALANCE WHEEL
' WALTHAM WATCH
4 times a second,
240 times a minute,
14,400 times an hour,
345,000 times a day,
992),00 times a week,
10,368,000 times a month,
196,144,000 times a year.
MORE IS EXPECTED OFA WATCH,
THAN ANY OTHER KIND
11 mst not only run sa day, bwat nright;
not only on uekdays,, bed on Smundap and
Holidays. It mast rm hanging up or lying
), d oe-uqide dosn or right aide p. It must
keep running then the wearer sits doen or
stand up, When he walks or rides. In fad,
it is epecled to do its duty at ad times, in
evey place and in ,very position.
L. A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fulfil all these requirementa. I wound
18 once a day, it will faithfully tick for you
a hundred and twentysix million times in
a year, without even requiring fresh oil
S A Genuine Waltham Watch
5 Spring, 9 whdeels, 51 Sorees, and 98 other
le parts aakcing adtogether 138 separate pieces.
al ALL GENUINE WALTHAM
Wa to.ees hanrw, mrrwe
Tl IRA JNWJswD SAlS -AS JEWEL
YES FoU. awzJ RATE rU'rX
lvery part of aWaltham Watah is made
by machinery, The machinery used in
making the movement of a single watch
coast over a Hundred Tnousand Dollars,
yet we sell these Watehes, in a solid Silver
Hunting Case, for $18. The same watch
could not be made by hand and finisheds
as perfectly for Tar Trm as *uca.
" A Genuine waltham Watch
Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rile
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,
and the screws, wheels, springs, Ue., were
mixed together, ten watches could be
made by putting these parts together
again, withuot any reference to 'their
former combination. This is a
i For, if any part of a Waltham Watch is
injured we can always replace it at a
A SENUNE WALTHAM WATCH
Is made with special reference to
Other Watches will ran for a year or two,
an require constant repairs ; but
a. 'W althm 'Watch I
WILL RUX FAITHFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS
We sell these Watches,
IN SOLID SILVER HUNTING
CASES..................... $18 II
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES,S70
We have prepared an
ILLUSTRATED IPRICE UST,
which describes the various grades of
Watches in detail, gives the weight and p
quality ofthe Casee, and all other inform- o
ation necesgsary for an intelligent selection. 0
We wish every one would semind for it p
before ordering a Watch.
TVritefor it as foUows :
Messrs. Howmun & Co.,
No. 785 Broadway,
Please seud me your Ilnustrated Pries
IAst &f Waltham Watchnes, o per adue
tisemeudt is Tas ILo. uxxau, .
(Sign name and address in fall)
eftaimcI tae ~3Eos .
We have sent out over Thouswand of
thee Watches upon thee conditions, and
have anly been asked to refuad the money -
in three cases, and not ae oftheseM was
on account of dissamtisfetou with the
Watch, but beasuse the parties needed
the money mae,
Ws RAE e AeoUrW, an oUsum
tass vs sams ro az.. A ammsar. or
Osmoon onEXA sca sor a Waxen ruo
05 AND r wIL COTer x wo m3O1 THNo Ir
s vnTE IN Nw Yos. Abl ms mis
uPnLm s mT Pmc mar.
Waltham Watches in any Imitato., Gilt,
Plated, Oride, Filled Cases hatever (thes
ae all other names for Bes or Grmum Co
Silver). ThLe Walthabu Watch is worthy
of a solid Gold or Silver Cue, and we do
not propoe to sl it in any other.
Lwr svar oN saUr 10 a PimaIs lr
3usd.. 6d CImsdIs,
No. 78 B5 omAwAr, Nw Yoea.
H ---Das In-
GOLD AND SILVER
And Fine Gold Jewelry. Keep always on
hand all eleases and patterns a Gold,
Silver and Steel Spectacles and Eye
Glasses. Olasses changed and sent to
any part of the country. Watch repairs
done promptly and warranted. Address
', orders to
112 Carondelet Street,
Feb. 16 ly Nzw Osr.ans.
'$. GOOD $8.
AT Nt MMBI •
in AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United
States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
we are authorized by them to close out
a large line of European Watches,
ad Chains. etc., now in stock for Cash, at
ou prices never before known. All beautiful
n in finish, artistic in design, reliable or
accurate time, durable, and of the lates
style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
than east of importationm, and forwarded
securely packed, prepaid, to any part of
the oountry on receipt of price. Money
er can be sent to us by Express, with or
s. dens or Express Co.. to return Goods or
Cash, which will secure promptness and
safety to purchaser. Among our list will
n be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, genuine English full plate
" jeweled movements, adjusted regulato.,
E° steel cut hands, engine turn nne, correct
and serviceable article, large or small size
in complete running order, wiih an
elegant Gent's Vest Chain, Locket and
n key, all complete, mailed free for FIVE
., A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fine
or 18 karat Gold plated Deouble asses
,h imitation of $100 Gold Watch-engraved
oe or plain, genuine English, full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
correct, and in complete running or
der with elegent Gent's Vest Chain,
le withLocket and Key, mailed pr.-paid for
ly only EIGHTEEN DOLLARS. a
" The Oride Gold Watch.
reIN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double $
x Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegatly t
er engraved, or engine turned, Genuine
it Patent Lever movements, fulljeweled,
regulated and warranted to keep correct
time, and wear equal to Gold, preci
sely like in appearance, make, finish,
a brilliancy of color. $200 Gold Watch.
One of these splendid Watches will he
forwarded by mail free to any address, in
handsome morocco case, lined with velvet
and satin, (Ladies' or Gent's sise Wtch,)for
only TWELVE POLLARS. a
Watches for Holiday Presents manufao.
tured to order.
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES
of all grades, in Gold and Silver Comases,
from $18 up to $200. Other Good Watches
equally low. With every Club of six
i 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 Ge.
nuine Oride Gold Chains, $2 to $6 each,
warranted fully equal to Gold in brilliancy n
of color, wear, etc., Bills of over $12 col
lected on delivery, if desired. All Bills of aW
$12, and less, must becash in P. O.
I Money Orders, or Registered Letters, at
our risk. Goods carefully selected, packed
and forwarded pre-paid by mail, or by T
Expres, or receipt of prie. Safe delivery
of all goods guarenteed. Watches forward- D
ed to be examined to parties known I]
when erpress charges both ways a paid.
No goods forwrded wes~of the Mismippi
River, with bill to collect an delivery. o
SPurchasere must pay all exness charges
on goods sent C. O. D.; ilo frreturn
of money. All Cash ordhP forwarded
e a M ress alorders.
CHAS. P. NORTON a CO.,
Importers of Watches, etc. £
Established 185l7. 86 Namu St., N. Y.
Lock-mith & Bell-Banger
IOsn IIlALINGS FITTID ? c
a-oan asr.em -ea" rea.ixc
oe6~ COMMON STREET, m
JW- Presse repaired, Bells and Gon
Houses, r and Stemboats Fitted a
COLORED SEAMEN'S NOEL
NO. 91 FRONT LEVEE,
Boarding and Lodging
oUO. OIOIAC. Is. soUanNr.
GIGNAC & JOURDAIN,
Comma Cor am Vzu.Isa, No. 239.
ALWAYS ON HAND
(huel, rszIres, Cuf.e, tea, ?milahu,
Wiraa sad Jlrn. 0
eOrders promptl y atde to. J
DRY GOODS, CLOT
JOSEPHL j-. A7L
163.... CANAL STREET,
to FIRST FLOOR:
k DRY GOODS, GENTS FC
LADIES ROOM FOR sa ee
CARPETS, MATTING A.nD
tad A visit to the store v1
., persons wishing t,, buy chep
m 110.... CANAL STREET .
of Near St. Charles,
1y NEW O1RLEAS,, LA.
. S HIRTS.,
at BOYS AND CHILDREN'
f iIS LUD BOYS' SilRITS rt_
- Every Article Marked i
to Plain Figures.
Goods sold on "one price", -
any article purchased which tiltj
satisfactlen can be returned and the
ey will be refunded.
-l'Moderate Prices and
e Stock to select from are
the inducements offered at
d, B. T. WALSHE'S
t. PIIEIUM SHIRT LTDCLOTBI.S -"
b 110 Canal St., near St Charl
a. NQewr Orlemaz.
N. B.- Letter Atders receive pro
attention and fillB. C. O. D, it d
' $74t rvery Weekp
s MADE EASY,
We want Smart and Euergetic Agenot
atroduoe our popilar and justly celeib
ted inventions, in every Viluje, TA
and Cy in the Wl,,rd.
Indispensable to Every
They are highly approvtd of, endols
land auopted by Ldies, PIysicina -
-Divines, and nw a GREAT FAV0
a ITE with them.
SEvery Family will Purchase .:
of more of them. Something that the
q Ierits are apiar'nt at a tLACEL
And all who keo.p \LCY ST0
will ind( our excell, * art:cies
VERY RAPIDLY, gi. p rtIect a
tion and netting
to all Dealers and A-' ots.
Country Rlihts free
to all who desire engwacni'ii ilan IleFo
Reapeqable and tP,roitl ,a'ivnJas, it
amme time doing godl to their coat
nions in life Samplje $.C, sent frsc~
mail on receipt otf pr ,. SEND 01
WHOLESALE CmCULLAR. ADD
letoria Man ufrcturitng
17 PARK PLACE. NEW YORL
Manufaeturer , ImporI
OF EVEFIY Li-i PTIO'rt
BOOT AND SHOES,
BELTING, PACKING & BOS,
BALL TOYS, ac.
363 Bor~anw, con FaFnuW Sf' 5
82 Las 8,rr, CHacAo.
607 Mptar Smlarr, Bs F CoCCO
F. H. SHEPPAIW,
J. A. Maorr, Secretary.