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41E EAG I.E.
' At _ _. _1S
. t 'a! Pari£ . of Cercnr'lia
Ivy keeps a house not only
warmi in winter but cool in
Phliladelphlia policemen have,
within five years c''nit ted
eight murders andli ntedlessly
sliot sevelitell leei rsos ithlout
The lMoltaria Le-isliat ure has
cl;haiged the iinuae of the Little
Big Horn River to Ciuster Riv
er, ill nieiiiory' of the brave cav
alry leader who met his death
ion its blanks.
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Among the notables present
at the arraiginment of Joe Co
burn at the Tombs the other
day were "She Chicken,"
"Brockey," "'The Kid," 'Pug,"
"Squint," "Dirty," and "Slob."
' The Irish organizations of
Baltimore have resolved not to
waste their money on St. Pat
rick's day parade. this year, but
give what they would have
spent in that way to the poor."
Would that all other organi
zations would do the same.
The Ouachita Telegraph
spoke up prompt:y regarding
the attempt to assassinate
Governor Packard, saying, "We
have no idea that the would-be
murderer was acting as a I)er
ocrat, or. if so, he was a natural
From a careful New Orleans
paper, says an exchange, it will
be observed that there was no
attempt made to assassinate
Governor Packard, and that the
man who made the attempt was
insane; that he was an irre
sponsible person,acting entirely
on his own responsibility.
"Hell and damnation', is the
title of a work just issued by
the Rev. Mr. Humphrey, who
is pastor of a Presbyterian
church near Pittsburg, Pa. lie
says he used that title because
it is exactly what the book is
about, and because a mawkish
sentimentality prevails oni the
snbject, which ought to be put
down. The whole of this niot
very large book is a plea for the
fervent lpreaching of the doc~
trine that there is a hell, that
lost souls go there, and that tihe
smoke of their torment ascen
deth tip forever.
The Repullican ca'se, in the
great national controversy, has
been handled with adlnirable
skill, while the Democracy have
shown as little politica:l general
ship as honesty. Each step is
carefully co'isidered by the RIe
pbhlican managers, aiid only
oie takken at a tiuime. Thuis
stuunliiing and confuisioni is
avoitled. The corfitlictiug local
iiiterests ii LoiIisianla, fur e -
amplle, are niot for anl iistant
ipenmitted to iniitrude into the
.et nmore iniportalit duty of
peciuring to Mi. Ila3 es the high
oflice to which thie voice of the
peoplie called him. Extranieous
issues, like the recognition of
(Govel nor Packard,whihi uiightp
afford the Democracy a founll
dation to build obstaeles ulpomo''
are placed to one side, while
tile more vital work is beiiug
pu-hed raTpidly to couipletion.
But in go'od time thile peolple of
Louisi:ana will be hceard, aind
,ilutO C('esar will b;e resldlertcd
lie things which are Ca'sar's.
'_t; a;ll oiur Republicaln f-ieiuds
,e paItient. Ere manlly lays
-ht ir rights will le proclained,
nld nIlaintailedl by a lpower bie
-ore n hose decrees all treason
able combinationus will bow ini
Louisiana A feirs at |Washington.
By the telegrallph report of
E. L ,(ewell, to the New Or
lt-ans iliocrat of the 26th
lilt., it p',ears that Maj,"r
Burke, ioholls' agent at
Washington, during his late
interview with President Gran t
relative to Louia.iana atflairs.
filed with the P'resihdent oilea
hutil41reitl a.rl f,()iy l aleo s of Re
ptllican I , il, ial. in Louiisiana.
w ho have recognized the
Nicholll,' governiei.t and ac
cepted t heir 4ymnissions hrou
These, we'iiine, were mostly
of the gemtis homo, known as
double breasted or two faced
political demagogues, whlo,
notwithstalditng their political
obl igal ions to their supporters,
were,like thelpoor wid,w,willing
to cast their might in the sup
port of the Nicholls' faction.
If duly elected, as doubtless
most of them were, by the sup
port of their duped and unsus
pecting republican nsupporters,
they had their coimmiuissi,ns
from (Governor Kellogg, which
we think should have been sotf
ficient to satisfy the official
greed and cravings of any
ordinary man. But no, they
had an eye single to the public
pap, and for fear ot loosiang
their hold on that, they were
willung to stultify themuselvcsi
in this treacherous attempt to
make assurance doubly sure.
Iake the dog witih the beef in
his mouth, they drop the sub
stance to chale the shadow.
We have but little use for
such shallow brained public
hypocrits as these. A man
with two faces is an anomely
in phisics, morals, politi cs and
In writing the above, we in
tend to cast no reflections upon
Gen. Nicholls or any of his bona
fide supporters ; had General
Nicholls been declared iduly
elected and his governuent
been inaugurated under the
foirms prescribed by law, or
should it he recognized and
utaiutait ed by competent a;:
thority, no one would accord to
it a more cheerful and hearty
support than the writer of this
article. It is only the political
lduplicity of certain of Packard's
pretendcd supporters that we
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The Pall Mall Gazette pub
lishes a ]Boston letter in which
the ,perfomuances of two train,
ed ~ haules are dlescribed. The
whales were harncsstd andl
bridled, and three boats fiiled
with passengers were drawon by
theni up and (don the harbor.
The exhibition was under the
dileciion of the superintcendent
of nine railuiads, alrt thecorres
poiadetit bears witness to its
complete success~, having been
hiusclf one of the voyagers,
a.ind having looked on while
the leviat ltatis were ftid. It is
Sgool siory, but it s,, gtoj, aiS
"Tire Man W\\it hout a (countuy,'
or "The Mo,i lliax." As a
lurle'tlte on the Anerican
pres it tfalls short oi thhe mark,
for fish stories are nio lhger
rclil.hed by the pilalic. Such
stories as Ilhe Englilt paplers
ha'e recently been Ipub!ishigii
•about seaL serpetits coiliag about
sperm \wl:des in mid-ocean are
,o0 poplular here. lRocky
MIountain editors have educa
ted the American pWbllie up to
tle higher diet of rattlcsinakes
andl bears. These it wii have
-but no fish, psitivt ly no fish.
The Woosung Railway in
China was reopened on Dccem
her 1. On the following Mon
day there was a riot at one of
the stations, and tihe railway
was closed temporarily. As
the train approalched the station
the natives piled up stones
acl.rss tile track arnd allempt
to take up some of the rai .
ilunndreds of then. rush
across the fields. ca:rying tla
bamboos, and gongs, a
threatened .to smath thetr
and attack the iatenglrs. T
eiginie-driver Imlde a dash ftr
the oblstrilction and the traj4
went over it in safety. T'1
rii:g!eader stood near the trai
and the conductor seized hl
and drew hiin into a car befo
lie had time to call for bel
The disturbance arose from t
jealousy of two rival gaplgs
coolies who were employed on
the road, and notfom hosti:
ty to the company.
The new Gover! of Indians
seemis to be ruiniluh the diges.
lion as well as corrupting the
habits of the members of the
Legislature with a series of wild
delaunches, which are thus ,e
verely comnmented on by t)o
Cincinnati Coinmercial: "Itl
to be teared that Cov. William
of Indiana, in his desire to vin
dicate his claims as a society
mnan to an astonished world, is
demior:alizing the Leglislature
by his hops and receptions,with
ginger bread and ice cre am
thrown H. The Governor
should keep steadily in mind
the fact that the people have
sent their representatives to
the capital to work for them,
and that if their workilg ca
pacity is impaired by indtul.
geiice in unaccustomed ices and
quarterr-sections of a kind of
cake that has a malicious ten
dency to swell in the stomach,
the responsibility will rest upon
There are sixty-three Dem
c.crats in the Ohio General As.
sc:ubly. Only a minority of
twerty-six could be got to vote
for a caucus res;olution instruct
in:g Buckeye Democratic mem
hers of Congress "t'io , prevent
the counti:g of the electorial
vote unti! after M1arsh 4." This
is the fizzling appludix to ths.
eighth of.lanuary mass meeting
izzle's. Revolutiion does not
: Igrýet with Northern Diemocrat
ic constitutio:is. as it aplpealt
to at "Coiifedrit X lRoads" in
Kentucky and in several of
Louisiana's county parishes.
A grand aquarium, which is
expected to surpass anything
of the kind ever attemrnted, is
to be constructed for the Paris
Exposiriou. The aquariunal
will be tfornmd of an immense
iron case, arounid which will
be several galleries for sitiht
seers. A huge mole or diving
bell is also to be limade, i:n whIch
the visitors can descend i to the
ihottou of the tankkaitd view
its wonders by the electic
lighit'with which the bell isto
The New Jersey State Board
ot I)irectors of the Ancient
O'der ot Ilibernliarlns have poss
(ed resolutions repdliatiinig any
.iltliiliion witlh thle ' Mllie Ma
gnires," and rcquestingi the
iataiiinal board of tile order to
institlte a rigid examination
ilinto the allegled connlllection be
tween tllhe "1.olies" and the
Under the laws of Vermont
there is no way by which a man
Uniablle to pay a fine for drunik
ellliess, can escape inprisoln
Iiient for lifh, except by the
iardoni of the Executive. Gov.
Fairbanks has just parlonedt
one such victinl, miamned Hobbs.
who has ibeen in jail for a long
time at St. Johnsbiiry.
There are two chances that a
life insur:ance risk will be paid
One is that the court may de-.
cide against the company, and
the other is that the company
m-ay be solvent when the time
i to pay comes.
Donn Piatt in the Role of an
Assassin--under arrest. The
SBlectoral mtmissaon. Cab
S i , Na Hainshire
o et , Matg. at d a
WMthington, D. C., Feb. 23, 1877.
Donn Piatt, editor of the
Capital, was yesterday arrested
Uipon a wa n ned by the
h g " inciting
te i on and riot,
anl 3wi '*$5000 bail.
The charge. ed upon an
edral whip ared in the
Caal lasJS y, strongly
liutia at thb' piassination of
Pred es, if it did no
in fag, i nsel it. This
is t, matory para
grapbth apau thus retu
ed to ride in safety
from t e Executive Mansion to
the Capitol to be inaugurated,
we are fitted for the slavery
that will follow the inaugura
tion. How soon lamp posts
will bear fruit, it is for the peo
ple of the South to say." There
is altogether too miuch of this
foollsh and dangerous tilk
about assassination, and it is
to be hoped that the parties
counseling such action may be
held to a rigid accountability
for their folly and crime.
T.oe Electoral Comlmission is
pegging away on Oregon, and
the tight has at last got down to
a mere question of time. There
can, however, be but little doubt
but that a President will be in
augurated on March 5th, and
not the slightest doubt but that
his nialne will be Hayes.
Amongst the rumors prevail
ing regaiding his Cabinet is one
that General Hurlbut, If Illi
nois, will take the War portfolio
and Logan succeed Maynard at
Constantinop!e. It was also on
dit to-day that Speaker Randall
was to resign to prevent Hayes
being counted in, but this is
scarcely to be either believed or
Notwithstanding all reports
to the contrary, the President
intends to adhere strictly to his
uon-inhterference policy in re
gard to Louisiana. In conver
sation this week with the dele
gation form that State, he spoke
quite freely in regard to his ini
tentions, stating that he had no
idea of recognizing either gov
ermceuts. or taking any action
whatever, except to iaittein
the sWta quo; and that as his
own adlmiistratioU was RnoW s0
nearly terminated, he initenlded
to leave the matter entirely to
his successor. At the expira
tion of his term of offihece, Pres
ident Grant intends visiting
Europe with his family. He
will then have been tor sixteen
consecutive years in the public
The first expression of public
opinion on the present political
situation (vill begin at the elec
tion of Congressmen and State
otlicers in New lhlampshire,
which takes place onl the second
luesil y illI March. The city
electioll which occurred in Phil
adelphia thlis week can hardly
be regairdcedl as a political con
test, since o ireal liarty lilles.
weredrawn; built as it was, lthe
gains were decidedly in tavor
ot the Republicans. In New
Hampshire a close political
issue is nmado, and both parties
are going into the fight very
much affraid of each other. The
dlecision of the contest which
will be regarded as a sort of
pl'pular verdlicr, will be looked
forward to with much interest
all over the country. The
weather continues of the same
A 1 quality, that is, just such
spring like winter weather as
can be got up in no other part
of the country. " I go a fishing'
next mouth sure.
Massachusetts is buildling an
asylum for the insane at Dan
vers that will cost $2,000,000.
It is estimated that the actual
cost of maintaining the Institu
tion annnaly will be $244,000.
This sum divided among 600
patients gives $407 as the an
nual allowance for each.
The will of a lady has been
set asidle by the court of Aix,
because the lady believed in
spiritualism. and for that reason
was thought to be ot unsouna
mind. Emma Hardings aches
to get at that court.
Vln Sr Bitters are not a vile Fancy frink, made
0 W )umsn Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refuse Liquos
ced, and sweeened to please the taste, called
- "Appetier} "Restorers,' &c., that lead
t l to drunkim e and ruin, but are a true
fri b u tkom the native roots and herbs of Cali
fornia, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the
BI lo Aer and a Life-giving Principle, a Br
Invigorator of the System, carrying
Smatter, and 'estnting the blond to a
-r~ ycootion enriching it, refreshing and invigorating
both mind and ,ody. They are easy of adnmnistration,
prompt in their action, certain in their results, safe and
reliable in all forms of disease.
No Perseus easn take these Bitters accord
ing to directions, and remain long mawell, provided their
bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other meaas,
and the vital organs wasted beyond the loint of repair.
Dyspepeio or Iadleestioa. Headache, Pain
is thie Shoulders. Coughs, 1 ghtness of the Chest, Dizi
nesa, Sour Eructations of the Stomach. Had Taste i the
Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation ,if the Heart, l
fiammation of the Luncs, Pain in the regions of the Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful rymptogn, are the off
springs of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has no
equal, and one bottle will prove a better guaraatee of its
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Femamle Complaints, im young or old, mar
ried or siugle, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn
of life, thee Tonic Bitters display so decided an induence
that a marked improvement is soon pereeptble.
For Isr ma tory amd Chroe. Rhess
m tlasm and Oout, Dyspepsia or indigestirn. hIilts,
Remittent and intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the liood,
Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Ilitters have been most
successful. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood,
which is generally produced by derangement of the Di
They are a Gentle Prgative as well as
a Tomle, possessing also the pecuainr merit of acting as
a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Icflammatson
of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Btiiois Diseases
Per Bkim Diseases, Eruptions, Totter, Salt
Rheum, Ilotches, Spots, Pimples, P'stlules, Boils, Car
hnncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eye.. Ernsipelas,
Itch, Scurfs, I)iscolorations of the Skin, Humors and
Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are
literally dug up and carried out of the system in a short
time b the utie of these Bitters. One bottle in such
cases will convince the most incredulous of their curative
Cleoa se the Vitiated Blood whenever yo
And its impurities bursting through the ski, in Pimples,
Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it whenu it is
'out; your feelings 11ll tell you when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health of the system will follow.
Gratefal thousands proclaim VItAsoGA Br
Tras the most wonderful luvigorant that ever sustained
the sinking system.
Pih , TJmi msad other Worms, lurkmg in the
sigem of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
and removed. Says a distimguished physiologist: There
is scarcely an individual upon the face of the earth whose
body is exempt from the presence of woris. It is not
upon the heaithyelements of the body that worms exist,
but upon the diseased humors and slimy deposits that
breed these living monsters of disease. No system of
Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelminitics, will free the
system from worms like these Hitters.
IWeekhalea Diseases. Persons engaged is
Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-settess,
Gold-beaters, and liners, as they advance in life, will be
subject to paralysis of Be Bowels. To guard against
this take a dose of WAI.m 's ViNrcGA BifTTas once
or twice a week. as a Preventive.
Billous, Reselttem, amd latermitteont
Pevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our
eat rivers throughout the United Srtase, especially
of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinosl, len
aessee. Cumnberland. Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brasne,
Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile. Savannah,lRoanoke,
James, and many others, with their vast tributanes.
throughout our entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of unusual
beat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by eaten
ave derangements of the stomach and liver, and other
abdominal viscera. There are always more or less oh.
atructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state of
the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, beinI
clogged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
mtent, a purgatlve. exerting a powerfil influence ules
these vanous organs, is essentially necessary. There a.
no cathartic for the purpose equal to Di. J. Wat.aIn's
VINcGAR ITreat, as they will speedi;y remove the
dark-entored viscid matter with whlch the bowels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating tie secretions of the
liver, and generally restoring the healthy functilots of the
diesoulea or Klmgl' Evil, White Swellings,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled N-. ., Goiter, Sc ofulous
Inflammations. Indolent nflanmmnations, Mercurtal Al
factions, Old Sores, Erup'-o s of the Skin. Sore Eves.
etc., etc. In these, as ai a;ll other ctnstitnttonah l)sease.,
WAI.UKR's VINRGAR BITTeRS have shown their great
curative powers in the most obstinmate and intractable
Dr. Walker's Calfornia Vinegar Bittern
act on all these cases in a similar manner. Ity purifylnj.
the Blood they remove the cause, and by reso;vmgi away
the effects of the inflammation (the tubercular deprsits:
the affected parts receive Iheath, and a permnament cure
The propertlee of DR. Wat.Era's VNrsGAn
ITrrass are Aperient. Diaphoretic and Carminative,
Nutritions, Laxative, Itturetic, Sedative, Counter- Irritant,
Sudorific. A'terative, and Anti-Bllious.
The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of
DR. WAI.KIe's VINRGA ir Bl-res% are the best safe.
guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers, their
alsamic, healing, anid soothing properties protect the
hmnors of the fatces. ITheir Sedative properties allay
pain in the nervous system, stomach, and boweis either
tram inflammation, wind, co:ic, cramps, etc. Their
t:ointer-lrritant influence extenda throsghout the system.
'heir D uretic properties act on the Kidneys. correcting
and regulating the flow of urine. Their Anti-HBilous
oropertles stimulate the liver, in the secretion of bile.
and its discharges through the biliary ducts, and are
tupenor to all remedial agents, for thre icure f iilios
Fever, Fever and Aueo etc.
Peortify the body agllat disease by puri
fmg all; its flluds with Viertrae HItrras. No epidemic
cai take hold of a system thus forearmed. The liver, th.
stomach, the bowels, the kidneys, and the nerves are
rendered disease-proof by this great itvigorant.
Tie Emcaey of Dc. WAL.Kas' VInKAiR BIT
Trs. in Cnronlc iDyspepsia, Fevers, Nervus Disorders,
Constipattot, deshciency of vital power, and all italadies
afleunig the stomach, hliver, bowels, pulmonmary organs,
ir muscular sy.tem, hi beeen experenced by hundreds
of thousands, and hiudredta of thousands more are ask.
tug fir the same reet.
Direction.--Tl'ake of the Bitters on going to bed
at night from a hall to one and onie-half wine-glasafull.
Eat good nounrshmng food, such as beefsteak, mutton
chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetab;es, asd take out
dour exercase. They are composed of purely vegetaale
ingredients, and cotta:n no siirits.
J WALKEIR, Prot''r. l. H.MeDONALDkCO-,
Dragists and Gen Agta, San Francisco, Cal.,
end corner of Washlongton and Charlton Sta.. New York.
SOLD BY ALL DIRUG(;GISI'S AND DEALERS
KIEEP THEBLOOD PULRE
Ant the health of the syster
a€ wilt icl.ow. Tu-'o" r,
tion cf oe attiJ Poise limit
morteo.€i. -'unl than l all others,
whrich will rrmove from your
Syshtln the Inlpurr ntih vititn l
S blood whlse c--ie .aut- Cliearase, and
attluosrmumtirnw buitl up your
beanlth eld tt :sgth Ir t i rever
aor, to lerte. orf yr:ru hale
Inflaml natliei, you can rely
on I,-iu curedl with thin p'npa
ration known as IW. 4'rook'
. CoompemMt SI yrp of Poke
Resit. Rhemmat aslsm. Palam
im Libsatabor Bowesaote sdt me.
, s brokrthen tty lerce
1 -i t or oterpoironc, re rol
cured byilt. For CpJ ltu, or
Beautify your C.oplexlem.
o not oues ptint orpoder, btt get Ma'
pcrna Ont bi- Ioury by purifylr yoe. eueud.
Ilits preparrtioni of O mmdl , w efee
. 1: -, .s5 arnti r-alth, i nd mo r , -skis- ),
'us te, itietetua * tI e ,ifeye yomwmm~g
·ok m' tA,"seatsd, Mvrtpof pp O "
VALUABLE 'JOWN LOTS, IN
VIDAI,1A, for atle" For information,
enqoire of A. N. Spenscer, at Mayo's[
Law Office, or at Recorder's Office.
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Claims prnowented In the Sup-eme Court
of the l'niti-d states, Coure of Claims. Court
of ('ommnisol,,ner s of Alabama (lainms South
crn C(laims 4 olelmis ion, and all classes ot
wir claiunls lelore the Executive Depart
Arrears of Pay madf1RenIty
OfRicers. Soldiers and Sailors of the late war
or thieir lheirs, are in many cases entitled to
Sn..y from the Glovernment. of wlich they
save ,o knowledge. Write full history of ser.
ricte. and state amolllotnt of pay ant Ibounty re
reived. EnlcloPs stamp and a full relly, aftet
examination, will be given you free:
All Officers, Soldiers and Sailors wounded
rultlured, or injured in the late war, however
s ightly, cian obtain a pension, many now re
eeivilng pensions are entitled to an Ixocamr
Send stamp and Intormation will be furnished
Ualted States Geaeralt Laud ffee.
Contested Land Cases,Private Land Claims
Mining Pr. -eruption and Homestead Cases,
prosecuted before the General Land Ofaee
and lDepartmeats of the Inhterior.
Old Bounty laid Warrantsm
The last Report of the Commissioner of the
(lecoral Land Olfice shlows ,897,500 acres of
BIounty Land Warrants outstanding. These
v. ere isiued under act of I193 and prior acts.
We pay .iesh for then. Send by registered
letter. Wbere assigrnments are imperfect we
give instructions to perfect them
Each department of our businessis conducet
ed inl a seplarate blre:ui. Ua der the charge of
experienced lawyers at 4 clerk,.
As we charge no fee natles snnecessful
stalmps for return p, rtage should be sent us.
liliral arra ngienwnlts made with attorneys in
all claises of business.
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WAsmnINOTOs, D. C. November, 24. 1876
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confidence in the resilontsbility and ftidelity
of the Law. Patent and Collection HiOUse o0
Gilmore & Co., of this city.
OGEOIt(iE B. WHITE,
(Cashier of the National Metropolitan Bank)
J. H. SCHAAF.
A POTHEE CA B
T TTO Ci GIST,
Wholesale and Ketall Dealer inu
P,,, ), r.)(ys Medicines.
Chemicals, Paints. Oil,
Patent Medicines, Toilet Soap,
Glass and Paddy,
Fancy alln i'omler Artirle,
c ":r- r.Smoking .onl ('hewne "l',,bareo,
I (n. Wines and Liquors for Med.cal Use
Bauset and LaIdreth's Warreated
ILTPrices Most i'avorahle to Dealers.3l
AE7YTHIG FLRTA MPCKLE
(fdrsy:tee to anlly part of the city snd to
th, Ferry Ialding, ad evrything
sold ttr ,h only, at
N ATO HEZ.
Pork Ie; Sngar 10; Goodwl Green and Black
Teas 7.5 c: Apple Bntter 121 c; Pear. Peach
andl Qtinece Bulltter, 0 .ents esn; Molas-e.
Scents gallon; Diammonl S~ rup 90 c: Self
Raising Iutckwleat fI; 7 Ibs lard $1 ; Best
(heen (offie. 2.5 : Pea,+lhes same: l'rnens 124
D)ates 12): Currents I| ; Rai-ens 20r: Citrom
41, ; Miter Meat 121: English Plinm Pud
dling 501 e Ib; z' boxe.S Mattehes. nickle; 2 can
di llf tielkcLi; (Gr.alhal, Flo,,or 5 e IIh; (4.t Meal
5 e, Ii; Ui l- ice ti 00(; Flton M;arket Beef
15c; DIricl lH. 18 e : Iclrr'klakt HBacon: New
IHamn 174l; Gtlshen and newU western butter
ldredl applle l e: dried peaches Ije: hominy
a,,l grits -10 c peek; white beans tive conta
pound. L. KIBBE.
Whereas, Saranthb Preston, now
Griffin, andti her hu*hnbad Fnlton Griffin, ba
fileld in the other of thle ('Clerk ef the Parish
('ourt ,f thle Parishof ('onc-rdiia, their aqtli
cation to he ailointted Ad: ini.tlutor of the
Et-are of Mai- Preston. decearsed.
Now. therefrtore, nlhlic notice is herehy
given that Illells ull eIsittiin is made to such
ai!,oinlntint antd tiled in the iftit e of the tIn
elii signed. ('Ih rk. at V1idelia. within ten dnas
ailt appheant. will w aIlornted in conforue
ity with tew prayerof thlir petition.
L O e;iten utndler my i;anl aid seal ad
court thins udday of Iie+,lnemr. 19i6.
D K Il 'NT,
Deputy Clerk Diatr-ict Court Corcordia.
A BALDWII A r0.,
SLOCOMB. BALDWIN & CO.
91 Cana', end 91 93 and 95 tommon*
NE W ORI.EANS.
!MFIITERIS AND DEALERS ISI
Foreign and Domestic Hardwart
Gnns. Lo:ks, Cnrttery, hails,
Steel. Iron Castings. &c., &c.,
A Fall Stock of Farniing Implem.eg
septly Earmblisjhd 182l.