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STATE NEWS.
Paulhan, thi "Wrd Man" flew his
eroplan, in New ()rlansi during C'+r
nival wek, making some brilliant
flights.
TIhf: Ioar, of Atmini.itratur cof th.
Tulane Iatlucational Faunt have ap,,,ral d
to theb :'ni. n (." urt foar unw1!,m ';t t
of (:eritin ' ,I rti .a's in the d c r
h::n!f, it,",: A 1 , n t`: ," of the Stare
v t:,. thi ',T ! a , ,,, :u ; t , T ) .a1
lmp:rovErm n t Co(',m .any. ir:'.'i(:' t,.'
<'pef t),,,+ , ,t:! t: r r or !,ot "T"1l]:.w" is a
1 h ie lai," 0J . r :,. ^'.:r r ` P,'r a
tri.d.
'The t;i"i)1" P 'f Grant p }:'ih h! 1d a
r'ouin. G.,,.i *'o r ): in ,etzn at ,Colfax
lbtut v. .: ad ':1,11 a_ , i ia2 5-n,`11 tax
fir gocd r, a:; .
S " . . '' " ' . .. . ., !! ,'.
r sontati,'. ..: ,' . ... .. nd
Secretarv of t:.,, . tvc '.r in Wash
ington Swcr,'(May ,,+,ter evinced so,)e
app.reci:tt , "fn (if tl 1,, '. , '}, ',> " !,vtic:
of the ,a'x ,t inn i,' N,:, r!, 3
and has recon ,-fndeid an a)propriation
of $5,01' fr giood 1n1ads.
Th,. r".e' nt ,ubtlic s,'hool spe'line ceon
ti't, ,,ld in tl" Niw Orl,.ans luli'
schools ,ev.loped. the fact that thle 1 t
spWl ers w'er- the grins.
The publ"c school s~ (lin.g debate in
New Orl'eaas va.- won by the Wt"bster
School.
A big rice mil will b.' built in NX w
Orleans by a tCrowley man, Mr. J. 1).
Marks.
The assistant cashier of the Citizens
Bank of J, anerette, La., defaulted to
the extent of about 513.000.
A man in Monroe, La. who failed to
pay his road tax was given ten days on
the public roads.
Gen. W. J. Behan, postmaster in
New Orleans, has sold his Alhambra
plantation, near White castle, for $12.,
00a. ,
Tag Day celebration.in New Orleans,
which occurred last Saturdl:n,. netted
$6,139.82 for the benefit of Rest Awhile,
Public Playgrounds and Travekrs Aid.
1 he, U. S. gunboat, Paducha, arrivvd
in New Orleans last Saturday for the
Carnival, rrmaining until after the'
14th, after which the vessel will coy
at the Naval Station and proceed to
Ni 'aragu a.
l)r. F. C. McKowen. who is on tria:l
in t'ilintcn, La., for the mu'rder of the
iunatic, F. K. Judson, was renand d
without bail.
lRepr.eseuta.ives frum nineteen states
atter d(i the Fifth sr ::ual Cons(ation
it[ m,.an (Co .u; i- .er,, whici. ct:
vt net,. i+n N' Crh at s last b aturda,.
lHarly )ik, "ir ..l the farrot, autcmo
Ii ist nartici. at'd in th,, auto "arrival
in Nt w. Oretan:: la"t wek.
Among t'e car,'id:,tes eirntioned for
6ur next Voverrno ,re the pr:c.:ent Lieu.
tenant .Goherr.c Lambronor, t, Hen.
Garland IPupre, .r. J. B. Aswell and
Judge Porter.
THIS AND THAT.
A short speech is a good one; so is a
letter.
A good guesser always boasts of his
intuition.
Bank notes were first issued in Chma
£697 B. C.
The first Sunday newspapers appear-.
*d in 1748.
Don't worry, and you'll have nothing
to worry you,.
Sicily lost *'0,000 inhabitants by earti-
quake in 1693.
If at first you don't succeed, blame
it on your luck.
A girl's ideal is naturally shattered
when he goes broke.
An international weather code will
soon be in use the world over.
If you have any doubts about a
strange brd look before you sleep.
Of course the best thing with which
to feather your nest is cash down.
It's a good plan to hope for the best,
but it's a better plan to hustle for it.
A marri d mn can always get a
little off his sentence for bad behavior,
Lots of politeness is wasted on pea
ple who are too slick to be taki n in by
it.
If wishes were horses there wouldn't
be any room in the wcrld for automo
biles.
Even when a wcman feels she is*
worth her weight in gold she hates to
get fat.
Virtue, being its own reward, you
can't very well blame a man if he is
g'cd for nothing.
Playgrards are lerg fitted up for
the 4xclusive uue cf the girls in the
Eoston public Fchcols.
Many thieves were stolen alive from
the cress by frienrd.. and that is why
Rome crderedt thcir kga broken.
The total continental area of the
United St.tata, including Alaska, is
about equal to that of all E,.rl ,.
The felow who was we ighti in the
balance ard fount w anting nmus have
neg!eeted to drop a cent ;n the slot.
In New York's Bronx Zoological
Park there are nearly twice the him
ber or animals that there are ip the
London Zoolcgicai Garmen.. "
Do t keqp the babh'd". ether
chiid. -n a room wher.' 4tyone is
3P Th% '1e ilimes~ oi tetacto a~re
*~' frthe eyes, anid in'jtiiuri whes:
the attad.
NATIONAL NEWS.
Senator Fostt r has introduced a bill
in the Nat;enai legislature apuropriat
ing $251,(000 to build a new subtreas;ury
in New Orleans.
A bill has beten introduced in the
N; ti,:al House of lteir.,sevtatives
prc;iliding for a thorough investigation
of tie ,ri.sent jrfI of i'cing.
The ('roopers of 'i'nne ss(c are sck
a n,.w t:.'ia r t0:1- l:i1 'g of Senator
(C'iack. (Col ). D. I. ('lop r and his
:on. It{ bin, were convicted last year
(r:ud yent:.±. c ,,,l to tvrtyv t :ar, irn
p :i-: .mi': for tie uri'd *r oi Se::aa'or
l .rty f," iinoer' are deal as a re
).: :: ' -a t, r in :' to)al mine at
L, ,w; .:' ,ntucky Iast wUIck.
One cold storage stalb:i:,hlnent in
Jers-',y (ýCty, N( w i: rs, t' is reported to
S.',nt:i, t.irtv-: x i;,i '' eg('krs, :and
still the plric:.s ran_ frcnl fcorty to;
fi'ty :,,nts per ,leozv! .
'iTh.. ow en,-c nt ,,'"runment postal
,Is wli be bl.)hi- eray in color in
stead of the old, fan:i:ir cream color.
The U. ,. uFore:tr' Prvire h:ns
L. i:i1 di ,c )e L.;I" e h. ; . A- g.; ,'"
goat; on the mountai;; slept s in thee
westerlnl statis for the ritirpose of ex
p. rimenting with them iii keel:ingdown
weeds, thus r re\(outing the spread of
mIouptain fires.
e),nator Elkins of West Virginia
,-,('ls dispotd to tla:mi the [resent
h:gh) ::ost of hiving on the tariff, which
is aplartntly causing some mental
tr(,ublie amongi the Re ublican leaders
ii, Washington.
Once again the wireless te:legraphy
apparatus on a ship has saved many
liv,'s. This tim it to ing t!e steam'er
Kentucky en route from New York to
Seattle, Washington, by way of Cape
Horn. When over a hundred miles off
the coast of South Carolina the Ken
tucky began to leak. As soon as the
danger was apparent the wireless op
erator of the Kentucky began sending
out the distress signal of "S. O. S."
which was picked up by the Alam ,
bound from New York to Galveston.
The Alamo hastened to the Kentucky,
araiving in time to save the entire crew
of forty six men. Several other ve -
sels picked up the signal and also hur
ried to the scene of the disaster,
Ex-President Roosevelt is scheduled
to return to New York about the mid
die of June.
Smallpox is prevalent in Atlanta,
Geohrgia, and the City Board of Health
has c.r,lerd;' cumlpuisory vxaccinatiun and
thirty physicians will be sent out on a
hoi.use to house can)vass.
Th pa.ia t c'ek has bfcn ver:." prolific
in min dii;nsters ard one was rc
ported on the 5th from Pernnsvlcania,
where ten meni w'( re kbil'ed in an px
in!osion in a coal nine near the town of
Indliana.
Z.. ro wiatl:er prevail d early in the
week irn many of the e astrn states,.
the temnperatu;r. on the sixtl falling in
New York (ity to (.;; degree above
ztro, BIu-ialo, N'ew York had it three
degrets below zero and Foston, 1?a:s
down to zero. Utica, N. Y. rt-gastercd
L4 to 15 b low z( To i rd I'hiladelphia 7
LAGNIAPPE.
The merry, merry days are here,
Most joyous of the year,
For the biins are tuil of fodder,
And the farm ol m(,rtg,ge clear.
A run-down farm needs winding ulp.
Defeat to a successful man is only a
tonic.
Are your insurar ce policies good and
tight?
Some farmers seem to be growing
into agr'icuiturists.
A man is often known by his paths
through the snow.
Patience is hitter, but its fruits are
swt et.-Rousseau.
The farm is a sort of clock which r -
flects the time of year.
Some advice is no good until it is
tested, and some is no good afterwaro.
Many a man's honesty has kept him
from biting on a get rich quick scheme,.
It is folly to strike while the iron is
hot unles you first know what you are
going to make of it.
The thing that never comes to any
of us, is the th;ng that is as bad as we
think it's going to be.
A man who hurries so fast that he
hasn't time to be careful, will always
be behind with his work,
Some mtn can't even find fault with
out acting as though they had discol
ered something to be proud of.
When a fellow feels like throwing
himself down and worshiping a girl he
should wait. She will probably throw
him do.wn herself.
The extreme happiness of earth is
reached when we love. When we love
and a:e loved in return it is the hap
Spinnes (if h, aven.---Nt w York Tele
gram.
New York City has more than doubl
ed its consumption of distilled spiritsi
durirg the last ten years, and addedi
773.LQ.O. ).O0 ga.il.s of ft rmented liquors
duri:ng that tin:e.
'i' d(eeds astained by great souls be
come the ideals toward which the lesser
s5uis strive. In fact, tl:e greatest
thmng that a hero does for the world is
to be a hero, anr.d thereby inspire others
to hercic'living.-H. R. Alger.
T 'le al man who takes notice of
 .:th`) rail, or cpen gate, and rem
tefeltl evil at once, is of big value
to his aempl:oyer; but the hand with the
tu ,'4in, ,y ho v'aits to he told
I cvera, ii tu. detail, is an amndyajice,
FOREIGN NEWS.
The American employes of the Mexi
can railroads are threatening to resign
in a body'on account of alleged dis
crinination against the Americans.
Seventy men were killed on Feb. 2
in a mine disaster at Las Esperanza,
Mexico.
Thi, Nicaraguan troubles continue to
upset the pence of that beiiigerent
cc untry, the rival armies meeting a:-:
most daily.
Foreign contributions to the sufferers
of Paris from the flood of the Seine
have t'eacned $70),00t).
A mans fri -nds can som-tlmes make:
h:n ror,, u:cc,mftrttdble than his eant -
mics.
More than one-fourth of the world'sI
coal production comes from the United
Kingd(om.
In order to find people amiable it is
nece(sary to he s;o or.''s self.--Empress
'1ose hine.
Don't forget that when it comes to
raising things the yeast cake is not a'
bad secin '.
The Uanu!bt iv, r was frozen over!
so that an army crossed it on the ice in
the year 462.
Language was given to us that we
might say pleasant things to each
other. - Bovee.
The soat.-bubble is a very pretty
thing tii; it bursts: and that is true of
all our b i hl,, s.
OGe does not need a perfect knowl
edlge of gramm',r to speak good and
true words all tha time.
A man has to go to the dentist to
have a tooth pulled, but he can go any
where and have his leg pulled.
When tne devil can not tempt a man'
to give up a good fight any other way,
he offers him a "broader field."
Sometimes it seems as if a woman
could love a man just because he is be- !
neath contempt.-New York Press.
Even the weather man should lay by
a few predictions for a rainy day. It
is also a long lane that has no turning.
The woman who makes her own
(lot'ws doesn't have to boast of it. The
other women know it without being
tld.
The tendency to pcrsevere, to per
sist in spite of hinderances, discourage
ments, and impossibilities; it is th s''
that in all things distinguishes the
strong soul from the weak.-Carlyle.
Some people never recognize a good
thing when they see it br cause they
seem to think the good thing should
recognize them first.-From "Mu'ring:
of a Gentle Cynic," in the New Yock
Tihies.
LEGAL NOTICES.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of
Plaquemines.
Twenty-Ninth .udicial District Court.
No. Thsii.-John C. P,..\rmas: vs. Mrs.
Catherine B. REicbinson, wife of S. J. i
Robinson, her husband.
By virtue of and in obedience to an
order of seizure and salde to me directed
by t!l' IHonorable, the Tw'-nty-ji:,th
Judicial District Court in and for the
Parish of Plaquemines, dated the 27th
day of January, 1910, in the above en
titled suit, I have seized and will pro
ceed to sell at public auction, at the
Court House at Pointe-a-la-Hache, onr
Saturday the 12th day of the month
of March, 1910, at 11 o'clock, a. m.,
the following described property, to
wit:
All and singular a certain tract or
portion of land, situated, lying and be
ing in this Parish of Plaquemines,State
of Louisiima, on the left bank of the
Mississippi River at a distance of about
seventy-five (75) miles below the city
of New Orleans, having and measuring
one (1) arpent front on said river by
forty (40) arpents in depth, and is
bounded on the upper line by lands for
merly belonging to Matthew McConnell,
now those of the estate of Salvadore
Glorioso, and below by those of former
ly belonging to the present mortgagor
and now those of Mrs. Sarah Butler,
together with all the buildings, rights,
ways, servitudes and appurtenences
tlereon and thereunto belonging and
appertaining or in anywise belonging.
Seized in the above suit:
Terms of Sale:-Cash.
FRANK C. MEVERS,
Sheriff of the Parish
Plaquemines.
F-5-12-19-26-M-5-12.
Notice.
That in accordane with Act 176 of
1908, I am applying to the Police Jury
of the Parish of Plaquemines for per
mission to conduct a colored bar dur
ing the year 1910 at Upper Pomnte-a-la
Hache, La.
JOS. SAVOIE.
Notice.
A meeting of the Board of Commis
sioners for the Buras Levee District
will be held at Burns, La., Tuesday,
February 15, 1910.
J. CLEM BALLAY,
Secretary.
Notice.
The undersigned will Cell at PUBLIC AUCTION
for the term of one year at the Court Housqe at
Pointe-a-!a-Ilache. on'fr Tday, the 1.>ta dlay of
Felbruay. l:I:;. at 11 o'chiek a. m. the fcllooiag
p'blic fetrk's. t>wi&:
Pdllcchaste. Oakville. .Cte. S,"phie. Peir.te-a
la-Hache. City l'rice. Osarica.
J. , FASi'TERLING.
I'res. of Police Jury,
Notice.
The undersigned hereby gives notice that they
I have t:een given control of the .and.' rear of Linn
wood P!aritation t i Mr. and Mrs. [othrop. owners
of said p\lantation, in so far as hunting is concern
ed. and therefore notify the public thlat no hunt
ing vill be alloaed on said lands under a penalty
of the law.
RODRIGUEZ & SON.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Representative 1st Congressional Dis
trict--General Albert Estapinal, St.
Bernard Po
Senators Fourth Senatorial District--
Hon Adam Estopinal, St Bernard P 0
Hon S V Guillotte, New Orleans
Parish Representative-- Hon Simon
Leopold, Phoenix P 0
Twenty-ninth Judicial District-- Hon
R Emmet Ilingle, Judge, rointe-a-la
Iache P. O.
District Attorney-Hon. N. H. Nu
nez, 407 Morris Bldg. New Orleans.
PILAQEMINES PARISH OFFICERS.
F. C. Meyers, Pointe a la Hache,
sheriff.
Erntst Alberti, Pointe a la Hache,
Clerk of Court.
(;eo. V. Groleau, Diamond P. O.
D1' juty ClerK of :'ourt.
Marc Cognevich, Assessor. Nairn P.
O.
Dr. H. L. Ballowe, Coroner Buras'
Joseph Savoie, Treasurer, Nero, P.O.
PLAQUEMINES PARISH POLICE
JURY.
Julius Strack, First ward, English
Turn P. O.
Adrian Leopold, Second ward, Phoe
nix, P. O.
E. A. Schayot, Third ward, Pointe a
la tlache'
'lhoomas Brophy, Fourth ward, Nep
tune, P. 0.
Joe Bernard, Fifth ward, Venice, P.
O.
C.Grabert, Sixth ward. Jesuit's Bend
P. O.
Roselius Perez, Seventh ward Jesuit's
Bend P, O.
Dave Withan, Eighth ward, Diamondi
P. O.
Frank Giordano, Ninth ward, Home
Place P. O.
J. B. Fasterling, President, Tenth
ward, Buras, P. O.
PLAQUEMINES PARISH SCHOOL
BOARD.
J. B. Babington, First ward, English
Turn P. O.
Win. Dymond, President, Second
ward, Belair P. O.
Jules Savoie, Third ward, Nero, P.O.
F.M. McLaughlin, Fourth ward, Pilot
Town P. O.
Miegs Childress, Fifth ward, Triumph
P. O.
Louis Jeanfreau, Sixth ward, Jesuit's
Bend, P. O.
F. J Giordano, Seventh ward,Jesuit's
Bend P, O.
V. Treadaway, Eighth ward, City Price
P. 4.
N. B. Cannon, Ninth ward, Happy
Jack P. 0.
W. H. Chauvin, Tenth ward, Naimrn
P. O.
Edwin C. Kohn, Parish Superinten
dent Public Schools. P'te a la Hache.
PLAQUEMINES PARISH JUSTICES
of the PEACE.
Julius Strack, First ward, English
Turn P. 0,
Henry Meyer, Second ward Bertrand
vile, P. O.
Adrain Leopold, Second ward, Phoc
nix P. O.
John B. IHingie Third ward, Pointe a
ia Hache.
Martzi! Castiex, Sixth ward, Jesuit's
Bend P. 0.
Ci2em Lactigae, Seventh ward, LNao
m.i P. O.
Gen. V. :Groleau, Eighth war,, Dia
mond P. O.
Geo. W. Delhsdernier, Fourth ward,
Bu:rr woot P o:
iJrnesL Fllon, Fifth ward, Venice,
P. O.
Rene Rousselle, Ninth ward, Happy
Jack, P. o.
Clovis ilingle. Tenth ward., Empire
P.O.
Never mind abo: t the North Pole, i
but be sure that you remember where
you stc.red the bean poles when you
took them up in the fall.
Something wrong with the wheels
that wobble. Have them fixed up be
fore you drive them over rough reads
or you may have a breakdown.
Launch Standard
EUG. DE ARMAS. M. O. BU
RAS and M. G. BURAS, Ow.
ers; N. IVON1OGICIH, Mas
ters: J. C. DE ARMAS, Clerk.
Leaving Weanesdays and Sat
urdays at 6 o'clock a. m. Wed
nesdays for Port Eads. Satur
days for Burrwood. Returning
Thursdays and Sundays.
Freight received Mondays,
Tuesdays and Fridays foot of
Ursu:ine Street.
STAUFFER ESHLEMAN & CO.
HARDWARE
Fine Cutlery, Guns, Ammunition,
Iron, Nails, Metals, Agricultural
Implements. 511 to 513 Canal
Street. 115 to 129 Dorsiere Street,
510 to 520 Custohnhouse Street,
NEW- ORLEANS, -LA.
Louisiana
Railway and
Navigation
Company.
Passenger Service.
Daily Passenger Trains between
Shreveport and New Orleans.
Dailyv Passenger Trains between
Shreveport and Winnlield
Frieght Service
Exceptional good time on carload
TraffIc. Special attention given
less than carload shipments all of
which moves in
Daily Through Package Cars
CLAREHCE ELtlERBE,
Assistant to President
H. B. HELM, Gen'l Supt.
S E. C. D. MARSHALL,
Ci 'I Freight & Passenger Agent.
SSHREVEPORT, LA.
Do You Need
Dentistry?
Having been requested by sev
eral of my staunchest friends
of the Lower Coast to estab!i.jh
A DENTAL QOEICE AT EMPIPE
Doullut's Canal
it is with pleasure that I here
by inform you that I will be at
the above nam.ed place Satur
(lay and Sunday of each week
at Mr. Jno. Arnolie's t,,acv.
My work will be done in th.
most up-to-date manner and
my prices are very reasonab!e.
Thanking you in advance for
any favors, I remain, sincerely,
CHAS. P. WACKER,
DENTIST.
All sets teeth @12 00
Double sets 22 00
Gold crowns, 22k 5 00
All Silver fillings $1.00 up
Extractings 5oc
All Cement fillings 50c up
Teeth Cleaning $1.00 up
Extracting, absolutely painless
with Somnoform $1. Only the
best materials used :-: -:- ::
Come and see me.
My work speaks for itself.
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If you are undecided, see
any Agent of the Southern
Pacific and he will plan your
trip.
WRITE FOR LITERATURE
F. E. EBATTURS, G. P. A.
New Orleans, La.
CUSHMAN
Gasoline
'Mlotors
In Stock. Morse
Power
2 4 8 14
$75 $145 $250 $430
Complete with reverse gear
and all fittings ::
R. GORDON,
Pilot Town, Louisiana.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
N. H. NUNEZ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
407 Morris Bldg., New ()rleans.
I)i.:trict Att,.rney for th, phri ,ics o;
Piaquemines and St. Bernard.
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m. Phone .!, 2:;7S
JULIUS STRACK,
JUSTICE o" TiHE PiACE
St. Clair Plantation, Fnglish 'Iurn P. ).
Colictions and Other Legal Busines:;
promptly attended to.
JOHN. DYMOND, Jr.
ATT(:NE Y-AT-LAW.
339 Carondelet Street. New Orleans
CIVIL LAW A 8PEu'IAI.'rY
Practice in State and Foderal Courts.
JAS. WILKINSON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
137 Carondelet St. Fourth Floor
NEW ORLE.\NS, LA.
Take Elevator.
Funeral Parlor and Stable PH-IONE ALGIERS 22.
Curmnriland Connections.
JOHN A. BARRETT,
..Undertaker..
CORNER VALLET & PELICAN AVE.
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If its Paints or Window Glass You Want write
BERNHARDT
i for prices. The Largest Paint House in the Entire
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The HENRY LOCHTE & CO., Ltd.
Wholesale Grocers and Importers
WINES and LIQUORS.
319, 321, 323 and 325 Tchoupitoulas Street and No. 421 Natchez Street.
New Orleans, Louisiana.
Special Attention Will be Given to Mail Orders
When You Need
Plows or Cultivators, Buggies or
Surries, Wagons or Carts or
An Automobile, see us or
Write
The John Deere Plow Crmpany
NEW ORLEANS, LA., 819-825 LAFAYETTE. Largest Implement alid Vehicle House
in The Southwest.
Jacob Funeral Directors
And Embalmers
Schoen Country Business Solicited
And Promptly Attended to,
Son 519-527529 E13sian Fields Avenue.
New Orleans, Louisiana
Phone, lemlock 1001.
HEADQUARTERS FOR LOUISIANA ORANGES
JOHN MEYER,
(Formerly of Weinberger & Co.)
Fruit and Produce and General Commission
Merchant.
110 Poydras Street. New Orleans. La
SEED POTATOES A SPECIALTY.
Special attention given to produce shipments of all kinds.
Correspondence solicited, any reference furnished on application.
The First Consideration in Life Insurance is
SECURITY
The Equitable Life
Occupies a Pre-eminent Position as to Financial
STRENGTH
1i. C. ELDE!R FR NK L. LEVY
Special Agent (ienerai Agent, N.e w (Orieans, La.
;: E. O . B L. .Ol1LRDANO, :=:
AGENTS FOR
Brook's Improved Hand Pump
A nmost valuable a!tpra ·s fr exting :ii: ng fir-s, s!r,' i:r tr'- and
watering garrd,.es.
CHARLEY'S SHAVING PARLOR
104 ROYAL STREET .
let.- "n I ('a:t n i (l u tou2Tious-,
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
CHARLES H. :1"IHTERICH, Proprietor.
Murray Hill
S Club
f Whiskey
ISOL LEVi,
Agent.
Marx Well & Son
Crockery (ilassware,
Cutlery, Etc.
108-10 Magazine St. NEW ORLEANS

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