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Sor sl"tna soite on mandats, soit en bon!
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remttàat alutrsorier deasnandato
e on obligations des ci-devant Premibre
SSeion&de et trobme, Municipalités ou d le
vild Lfayette, devront mentionner les nom
des contribuables qui auront payé en mandats
Soi bons etc., comme il est dit ci-dessus, et spé
oiter le montant payé par lesdits contribuables
avc les valeurs sus-mentionnées
Un rdonnance concernant le département du
voytr e la ville, adoptée par l Conse des As
* sstans-Aldermen et r~ érée, aprbs lecture, au
Comité des rues et débarcadres.
t .. pétition dM V. Bourgeis, dema
dant tldû d'é niper son esclave Jo
* eriine o. t re ye au Comté Judiciaire.
S e d D. Prieur, demandantl'au
i to 4'&naiper ses deux esclaves Hen
Sri s et G ge, est renvoyée au m8me
til on do Jean Montané, demandant
S 4 d'émanlper son esolave Mathilde,
e tren.oyée au même Comité.
' titio dbonombreux habitans du ci-de
Sar.B wm Seonde Muiiepalité, au sujet de
iveres isan~ce, est renvoyée au Comité de
* t .cm tes,, pour rafraîchissements four
ls i o saiereosde la dernière élection, dans
le o e District, sont renvoyés au Comité
de ances.
Unl letite couverte de nombreuses signatures
aet rtonmant M. Joseph 0. Wllisams candi.
r la plae d'ingénieur de la machine h
descher dans le Quatrime District, estdéposée
sur le ureau, sujette l'appel.
Uné lettre de M Joseph C. Williams candidat
pour la place d'ingénieur de la iachine dessé
cher daQuatrième District, est déposée sur le
bureau sujette l'appel.
Lecture est donnée d'une communication de
M. lVaught, reoorder du Quatrième District, de
mandant que les ordonnances en vigueur dans la
villé de la Nouvelle-Orléans, soient également
applicables t la ville de Lafayette et exposant
que sonareai esticomplétement dépourvu des
"blaneso ' néceseaires au service e sa Cour.
Mi Burke présente les résolutions suivantes
qui sont adoptées après dispense des règles :
,RbSolu que le reoorder du Quatrième District
e4týý,a tsé acheter les livres et blancs néces
sIbrïe< usage de sa Cour.
I'solu que,les ordonnandes actuellement en
vigueur dans la ville de la Nouvelle-Orléans,
sont applicables à l'ancienne ville de Lafayette,
formantaujourd'hui le Quatrième District de la
dite ville.
Une lettre de Jacob Bergold, demandant qu'il
lui soit accordé un nouveau mandat à vue tiré t
son ordre, en rempladement de celui No 1285 de
le somme de $ 31 88 qu'il a perdu, est, sur
motion, renvoyée au Comité de Finances.
Une communication de la Compagnie No 1 de
crocs et échelles (Hook & Ladder Co) du Qua
trième. District est renvoyée au Comité de Fi
nances.
Une lettre de M. T. J. Spear est renvoyée au
Comité des rues et Débarcadères.
Une lettre de M.Franck Buchanan, candidat
pur la place de collecteur des tnxes de levée est
déposée sur le bureau, sujette à lappel.
Une lettre de M. Samuel Caldwell, candidat
pour la place de capitaine de la garde de nuit,
est lue et renvoyée au maire.
Une lettre de M. J. C. Wingard, candidat
pour la place de collecteur des tixes de levée, et
les diverses recommandations qui l'accompa
gnent, est déposée sur le bureau sujette à l'ap
pel.
Une lettre de M. J. B. MoLin, candidat pour
la place de collecteur de taxes de levée, est éga
lement déposée sur le bureau, tujette l'appel.
APPRL DES COMITÉIS.
M.f Giquel, Président du Comi é des Incendies,
présente le rapport et la résolution qui suivent
et qui sont adoptés après disp<nse des règle
ments :
A l'Honorable Conseil des Aldermen de la
Ville de la Norvelle-Orléans.
Messieurs, le Comité des Incenidies, auquel a
été renvoyé le mémoire de dive res Compagnies
de Pompe Feu, tuyaux, ciroc et échelles, en
d.te du 8 avril 1852, vous denic tde la permis
ion de vous soumettre la résoution suivante
,ui se rapporte à la première i,:rtie de ce mé
noire. Votre Comité saisira l=casion la plus
rochaine de vous soumettre n rapport sur
es autres sujets qui dépendent d! i Département
tes Pompes t Incendies.
Respectueusement, etc., E.G' .UEL, Présid.
JAS. ITOCKTON,
ARnx :.I HAnuis.
NouvELLr.-O.i.i : a, 4 mai 1852
Résolu qne le Voyer soit requ;. le présenter ai
Conseil Municipal de la Ville le Id sin et le devil
des dépenses pour la constru' ; n d'une toui
d'observation, située rue du Can:i , àl'endroit qu
sera désigné par le Maire, le V', ir lui-même e
le Coinmmssaire des Uues: cetl ;our ne pourri
avoir moins de soixante-dix p, la de hautenu
et contiendra une cloche d'alari. ; de telle gran.
deur jugée nécesaire pour réi adre aux exi
gences de la ville et du Départei ·-nt des Pompei
à Feu. Elle sera construite en i . et en briques
et devra réunir à la fois toutes .aditions d'élé.
gance et d'utilité.
-M.'WmC. C. Claiborne, au o.m du Comiti
Judiciaire auquel a été référé la section di
Message du Maire relative au tiervices de M
R. Preaux en sa qualité d'av . :tt dans les di
verses causes suivies par lui con; e le Bureau di
liquidation, soumet la résoluti .t suivante qu
est adoptée après dispense des ,3glements:
Rdésolu ue le Contrôleur est demeure au
torisé fournir son mandat si.e le Trésorier
pour la somme de cinq cents d. !ars, on faveui
de M. Robert Preaux, comme i :munération di
ses services, en sa qualité d'avic tl, dans les di.
verses causes instituées par lu* ontre l'ancier
Bureau de liquidation de la deo a de la ville di
la Nouvelle-Orléans.
M. E. Giquel présente la ré 'ition suivantes
qui est adoptée après dispense i règles:
Résolu que le Comité des I , et Débarca
dères est requis de présenter a t prochaine sé
ance, une Ordonnance à l'effet régler la per
ception des taxes de levée et d ire les officiers
chargés de son exécution.
La résolution suivante, p: tintée par M.
Clarke, ost adoptée après dispi i des règles:
Résolu que le Trésorier pait ; sur le mandat
du Maire, à E. A. Michel, la es ae de quarante
mille dollars, montant d'un c< .te de dépenses
casuelles du Conseil.
Le compte de M. G. Bunib ':, pour fourni
ture de bureaux, tapis, etc., ur meubler la
Salle du Conseil, est renvoy. :u Comité de
Finances.
M. J. J. Lugenbuhl présente' ;'ésolution sui
vante, que le Conseil adopte 1~ i dispense des
règles:
Résolu que le Comité des Ci ntieux est re
quis de soumettre a ce Conseil i Ordonnances
nécessaires pour procéder à 1; smination ou t
l'élection des officiers auxque l. 'a pas encore
été pourvu.
M. Harris fait la motion qu i la clôture de
la séance, le Conseil fixe l'ajoi. tenent à jeudi
soir, 6 heures,-Adopté.
M. Converse fait la motion di prononcer im
médiatement l'ajournement aflt le se rendre au
Conseil des Assistants-Aldermne et de procéder
à l'élection du Bureau des Diret -urs des Ecoles,
en conformité de l'Ordonnance i lative aux Di
recteurs des Ecoles,-Adopté.
Le Conseil des Aldermen s'ét :itréuni à celui
des Assistants-Aldermen, dans 1. Salle de sessé
ances, le Président et le Secrét re du premier
Conseil prennent place.
Présentss:
M.W. C. C. Claiborne, Président pro tcm.
MM. Burke, Converse, Clarke, Gasquet, Giquel.
Sarris, Labatut, Lugenbuhl, Sewell etStockton,
du Conseil des Aldermen,-ll.
Dr. Alpuente, Président; messieurs Andrews,
Bailey, Burthe, Derbes, Dolhonde, Heermann,
Lanata, Leeds, Lusto, Mackey, Nixon, Place,
Itamos, Shaw, Biewerssen, Steteon, Sykes, Wat
kins, Wilson, Wiltz et Winston, du Conseil des
Assistants-Aldermen-22:
M. Burke propose de suspendre la séance pen
dont cinq minutes ; la motion est adoptée.
SLe Conseil Général étant rentré en séance,
proede à l'élection des Directeurs des Ecoles
Publiques pour les divers Districts de la Nou
velle-Orléans.
Votes pour l'Election des Directeurs des
Ecoles Publiques du Premier District.
M. Jas. Cope reçoit les votes de messieur
Converse, Giquel, Lugenbuhl, Stockton, Al
imuentoadrews, Bailey, Burthe, Derbes, Dol
bonde, Heerman, Lanata, Leeds, Lusto, Mackey
9 Pa3, Shaw, BlewBrusen, Steteon, Sykes,
"tMJB, Wilson et Winston-24.
. , Rawle reçoit un vote unanime.
. Oamerden,' reit lee votes de messieurs
onverse, kiquel, Tugenbhl, StoBkton, Al
puente, Andrew», Bailey, Burthe, Derhes, -ol
honde, Heermann, Lanata, Leeds, Lusto, Mao
key, NiEon, Place, Shaw, Siewerssen, Sykes,
Watkins et Winston-22.
J. O. Harris reçoit les votes de messieurs Con
verse, Giquel, Lugenbuhl, Stoeokton, Alpuente,
Andrews, Bailey, Burthe, Derbes, Dolhonde,
Heermann, Lanata, Leeds, Mackey, Nixon,
Place, Shaw, Sieverssen, Stetson, Sykes, Wat
kins et Winssbn-22.
H. D. Richardson reçoit un vote unanime.
Caarles Pride reçoit les votes de messieurs
Converse, Giquel, Lugenbuhl, Stookton, Al
puente, Andrews, Bailey, Burthe, Derbes, Dol
bonde, Heerman, Lanata, Lusto, Leeds, Mackey,
Nixon, Place, Shaw, Siewerssen, Stetson, Sykes,
Watkins, Wilson et Winston-24.
A. F. Axsen reçoit les votes do tous les mem
bres qui ont voté en faveur de monsieur Chs.
Pride.
J. Hall reçoit les votes des mêmes membres
qui ont voté en faveur de Chs. Pride et A. F.
Axsen.
W. B. Lindsay reçoit un vote unanime.
D. Byrne reçoit un vote unanime.
D. Beebe reçoit les votes des membres qui ont
voté pour Chs Pride.
A. Hart reçoit les votes de messieurs Converse,
Giquel, Lugenbuhl, Stockton, Alpuente, An
drewe, Bailey, Burthe, Derbes, Heermann, La
nata, Nixon, Place, Shaw, Siewerssen, Stetson,
Sykes, Watkins, Wilson et Winston-20.
E. J. Carrellreçoit les votes de messieurs
Converse, Giquel, Stookton, Alpuente, Andrews,
Bailey, Burthe, Derbes, Dolhonde, Heermann,
Lanata, Leeds, Lusto, Mackey, Nixon, Place,
Shaw, Siewerssen, Stetson, Sykes, Watkins,
Winston et Wilson-28.
J. Ross reçoit les votes de tous les membres
qui ont voté pour Chs. Pride.
Thos. H. Shields reçoit egalement les votes
de tous les membres qui ont voté en faveur de
Chs. Pride.
J. M. Savage reçoit les votes de messieurs
Converse, Giquel, Lugenbuhl, Stoekton, AI
puente, Andrews, Bailey, Burthe, Derbes, Dol
honde, Heermann, Lanata, Lusto, Mackey, Nix
on, Place, Shaw, Siewerssen, Stetson, Sykes,
Watkins, et Winston-22.
J. Cole reçoit les votes de tous les membres
qne ont voté pour Chs. Pride.
John Crickard et S. H. Kennedy reçoivent un
vote unanime.
Le Dr. H. D. Baldwin reçoit les votes de mes
sieurs Converse, Giquel, Lugenbuhl, Stockton,
Alpuente, Andrews, Bailey, Burthe, Derbes,
Dolhonde, Heermann, Lanata, Lusto, Mackey,
Nixon, Place, Shaw, Siewerssen, Stetson, Sykes,
Wilson et Winston-22.
W. L. Cushing reçoit les votes de messieurs
Converse, GiqueT, Lugenbulil, Stockton, Ai
puente, Andrews, Bailey, Burthe, Derbes, Dol
bonde, Heermann, Lanata, Leeds, Lusto, Mac
key, Nixon, Place, Shaw, Siewerssen, Stetson,
Sykes, Watkins et Winston-28.
Messieurs W. H. White, J. B. Henderson, J.
J. Dunlap, Jno. Sewell, M. Grivot, J. Gilmore,
J. W. Caldwell, B. Mullen, Livingston, W. Bo
gart, Miles Tailor et le Dr.Jones, reçoivent les vo
tes de messieurs Burke, Clarke, Claiborne, Gas
quet, Harris, Labatut, Sewell, Rames et Wiltz
9.
G. Allen reçoit les votes de messieurs Burke,
Clarke, Claiborne, Gasquat, Harris, Labatut,
Sewell, Ramos, Wilson et Wiltz--10.
' . Mott reçoit les votes de messieurs Burke,
Clarke, Claibor*e, Gasquet, Harris, Labatut,
Lugenbuhl, Sewell, Ramos et Wiltz-10.
G. N. Morrison reçoit les votes de messieurs
Burke, Clarke, Claiborne, Gasquet, Harris, La
batut, Sewell, Ramos, Wiltz et Winston-10.
Dr. Macauley reçoit les votes de messieurs
Watkins, Wilson et Leeds.-3.
C. C. Lathrop, J. B. Walton, T. J Dix, A.
Mitchell et C. T. Reese reçoivent les votes de
M. Leeds-1.
J. L. Levy reçoit le vote de M. Dolhonde-1.
Votes pour l'Election des Directeurs des
Ecoles Publiques du Second District.
J. B. Duncan reçoit les votes de messieurs
Burke, Clarke, Claiborne, Converse, Gasquet,
Giquel, Harris, Labatut, Lugenbuhl, Sewell.
Stockton, Alpuente, Andrews, Bailey, Burthe,
"eermann, Lanata, Leeds, Lusto, Mackey, Nix
on, Place, Shaw, Stetson, Sykes, Watkins, Wil
:on et Winston, 28.
V. Wiltz reçoit les votes des mêmes membres
qui ont voté pour G. B. Duncan.
C. DeBlanc reçoit les votes des mêmes mem
bres qui out voté pour G. B. Dunean et V.
Viltz.
F. Buisson reçoit les votes de messieurs Burke,
Clark, Converse, Gasquet, Giquel, Harris, La
batut, Lugenbuhl, Sewell, Stockton, Alpuente,
Andrews, Bailey, Burthe, Heermann, Lanata,
Leeds, Lusto, Mackey, Nixon, Place, Shaw,
Stetson, Sykes, Watkins, Wilson et Winston, 27.
SJ. L. Fabre reçoit les votes de tous les mem
bres qui ont voté en faveur de F. Buisson.
W. A. Gordon reçoit les votes de messieurs
Burke, Clarke, Claiborne, Converse, Gasquet,
Uiquel, Harris, Labatut, Lugenbuhl, Alpaente,
Andrews, Bailey, Burthe, Heermann, Lanasa,
Leeds, Lusto, Mackey, Nixon, Place, Shaw,
Stetson, Sykes, Watkins. Wilson et Winston, 26.
J. L. Warner reçoit les votes de messieurs
Burke, Sewell, Stockton, Alpuente, Andrews,
Bailey, Burthe Heermann, Lonata, Leeds, Lus
to, Mackey, Nixon, Place, Shaw, Stetson, Sykes,
Watkins, Wilson et Winston, 20.
Messieurs L. Surgi et E. Barnett ont reçu
le vote des mêmes membres qui ont voté en fa
veur de J. L. Warner.
C. M. Emerson reçoit les votes de messieurs
Clark, Claiborne, Sewell, Stockton, Alpuente,
Andrews, Bailey, Burthe, Heermann, Lanata,
Leeds, Lusto, Mackey, Nixon, Place, Shaw,
Stetson, Sykes, Watkins, Wilson et Winston, 21.
E. Tricou reçoit les votes de messieurs Sewell,
Stockton, Alpuente, Andrews, Bailey, Burthe,
Heermann, Lanata, Leeds, Lusto, Mackey, Nix
on, Place, Shaw, Stetson, Sykes, Watkins, Wil
son et Winston, 19.
A. Ducatel reçoit les votes de messieurs Sew
oll, Alpuente, Andrews, Bailey, Burthe, Heer
mann, Lanata, Leeds, Lusto, Mackey, Nixon,
Place, Shaw, Stetson, Sykes, Watkins, Wilsonet
Winston, 18.
F. Correjolles reçoit les votes de messieurs
Burke, Clarke, Claiborne, Converse, Gasquet,
Giquel, Harris, Labatut, Lugenbuhl, Stockton,
Dolhonde et Ramos, 12.
P. Pecquet reçoit les votes de messieurs Burke,
Converse, Gasquet, Giquel, Harris, Labatut,
Lugenbuhl, Dolhonde et Ramos, 9.
P. Dcverges a reçu les votes de messieurs
Burke, Clarke, Converse, Gasquet, Giquel, Har
ris, Labatut, Lugenbuhl, Dolhonde et Ramos,
10.
H. St. Paul a reçu les votes de messieurs
Burke, Converse, Gasquet, Giquel, Harris, La
batut, Lugenbuhl, Dolhonde et Ramos, 9.
J. A. Bonneval reçoit les votes de tous les
membres qui ont voté en faveur de H. St. Paul.
E. Bouny reçoit les votes de messieurs Burke,
Converse, Gasquet, Giquel, Harris, Labatut,
Lugenbuhl, Dolhonde et Ramos, 9.
J. Lavergne reçoit les votes do messieurs Clai
borne et Wiltz. 2.
A. Robert reçoit les votes de messieurs Dol
bonde et Wiltz. 2.
L. J. Harris reçoit le vote de M. Derbes, 1.
C. Dufour reçoit les votes de messieurs Cali
borne et Wiltz, 2.
J. Levasseur reçoit les votes de messieurs
Claiborne et Wiltz, 2.
C. Delery, E. Forstal et H. Lebeau reçoivent
le vote de M. Claiborne, 1.
Votes pour l'Election des Directeurs (les
Ecoles Publiques du Troisième District.
0. Reaud reçoit les votes dle MM. Burke,
'larke, Sewell, Stockton, Alpuente, Andrews,
Bailey, Burthe, Derbes, Ileermann, Lanata,
Leeds, Lusto, Mackey, Nixop, Place, Ramos,
Shaw, Stetson, Sykes, Watkins, Wilson et Wiltz,
23.
MM. G. B. Leoarpentier, P. Miller, B. Beau
regard, A. E. Bienvenu, T. Aiozaut, G. L. Tur
geau, J. Aguilard, A. Can. ge, Cls. Seuze
neau et Wm Nott, reçoivent le, votes des mêmes
membres qui ont voté en favrer de O. Reaud.
H. Castellanos reçoit les vot, s de tous les mem
bres qui ont voté en faveur di 0. Reaud, a l'ex
ception de celui de M. Stocki .n, qui vote pour
M. Chs. W. Whitall.
M. A. Chiapella reçoit les votes de MM. Clai
borne, Converse, Giquel, Harris, Labatut, Lu
genbuhl, Dolhonde, Siewerssen et Winston, 9.
MM. J. M. Cucullu, O. Palms, Hi. Méridier,
.1. Snow, E. Meehan, R. L. Robertson, H. Iloo
per, P. G. Collins, C. C. Lyons, F. H. Kennedy
et Wm De Buys, ont reçu les votes des mêmes
membres qui ont voté en faveur de M Chiapella.
P'otes pour l'Election des Directeurs dles
Ecoles Publiques du Quatrinme District.
MM. C. W. Wilson, G.. W West, J. Randolph,
1. M. Ellis, W. S. Mount. M. M. Dowler, D. L.
lewees, N. Commandeur, F. Nonent, G. Kausler
et Zehander, reçoivent les votes de MM. Burke,
chlarke, Claiborne, Converse, Harris, Labatut,
oewell, Alpuente, Andrews, Bailey, Burthe, Dol
lionde, Heermann, Leeds, Mackey, Nixon, Place,
haw, Stetoon, Bykes, Watkins, Wilts et Wins.
ton,-28.
T. A. Clark reçoit les votes de MM. Place
Nixon, Shaw, Stetson et Winston, - 6.
En conséquence, les personnes dont les nom!
suivent, ayant obtenu la majorité des votes du
Conseil Général, sont déclarées dûment 4lues
Directeurs des Ecoles publiques de la ville de lI
Nouvelle-Orléans, savoir :
Premier District : Dr S. Copes, E. Rawle, F.
Camerden, J. O. Harris, H. D. Richardson, Chs,
Pride. Dr A. F. Axoon, J. Hall, Dr W. B. Lind=
say, D. Beebe, J. Ross, D. Byrne, E. J. Carreil
T. H. Shields, J. M. Savage, J. Cole, Dr H. D.
Baldwin, S. H. Kennedy, W. L. Cushing, John
Crickard etDr A. Hart.
Second District : G. B. Duncan, W. A. Gor
don, Chs. Deblanc, C. M. Emerson, Victor Wiltz,
F. Buisson, E. Tricou, J. L. Fabre, J. L. Warner,
L. Surgi, E. Barnett et A. Ducatel.
Troisième District: O. Reaud, G. B. Lecar.
pentier, P. Miller, H. Castellanos, B. Beaure.
gard, A.E. Bienvenu, A. Auzaut, G.L. Turgeau,
J. Aguillard, A. Canonge, C. Seuzeneau et WoI
Nott.
Quatrième District: C.W. Wilson, G.W. West,
J. Randolph, R. M. Ellis, W. S. Mount, M. M.
Dowler, D. S. Dewees, N. Commandeur, J. No
nent, G. Kausler et Zehander.
Le Conseil de Ville ayant terminé l'élection,
le Conseil des Aldermen es lève, et sur motion,
s'ajourne à jeudi prochain, 6 du courant, à 6
heures P. M.
CHs. CLAIBORNS, Secrétaire.
OFFICIAL NOTICES.
AYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS, May 8,
s.182... COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEW OS -
.M... No, lN.
A.I OÔDIIAf C NCONCERNINO TIrE CITY PrrNTI'G.N
AYTITnCL1. JB ,od.rfi, T .hatfrm .ad tlr the D ge of thi
orinne, i .t liat be th doty of th Cmptroller f th ety, on t. e 4:.
Moday of plof eah yar, te .jodicato tt yublie aotlioo, and to the
towflat bid<r,tht contrata for fra.uhing printed Ïortm ad bluaui .and
for Job priotiDg eq0ired by tbe vrioou departnmnto and omee of th«
cify g~ovnmmBuntr ter giv4 notice of .ch adjodication in th o-ci.l
journal of tb mmonoui durlg r d reviou thre.to,; i.od
hft the laid omtfctne iahll ba divided w hureatr rolded. m
inm of aU fonu, blkLi and otb«r Job pfinting whiih may brrequlred l)y
aiiàh of tho Reordern of the cit, l thf dtauhbrEe of the dut.el of hu
offlc,; tbat thée cond conotrnt ïhkll be lor Ih prmtinE an d furniehini
of &Il form0, b0innk aad other job prifnUug wh,0h moy be reqnired by
the Tre.uirer,Comptroller, Surv.yor od Strea t Coimiiloner intlhe dia
h a·re of the dutinofl he.r ornet; uid that tbe tbiri eontra chall b
ror th, printion nd fnmialin o, aill for0ma, biiki and job ritonlD
whicl may be rrqnired by thse Myor, thé uenel lHofrdi or 8chool Di
0r.or. ad 5 hno ad ilo o0 o mt 00,en O,,. eoaloyo,. of tho ty
govenment in tho dhuilurg of the duie* of t oheir emce. uilea other
e 0p.,eci l pr.v0lofe t for.
AT.S. Thittil hall be the dutyoftlie ComptroUer te obtain froi
nubie, corraecteop>ie ofaill uc.h biank. foinu and othar ulter 't be
ptiiited, a ntin be raquired iu the dutlelof their lèveral offic;s, andth..t
»iiil copie* ahall be expnoled iu hJ» offica for exaiuiiatiou and iualeIcion
,,ç the pliblieatiog th .ad otice.
nnd tat tho bidi ait0L be for thep. e peer rean0 i ,wich each ,nd every
;ù of th« bin, b o rmo, and o, r prted inattar rfguird in aiil cou-d
trac. , will be furnii0d and prited by tbe party 0liddmg; and t]0 t th,
0rty0 t whiint 0y of .utid contra.1ta ma1 b 2djudio adj shal.funuho
uood and auflcienl .tiraty, to be Hpproved by the Finaféc« Commitaa or
h Conmon Cooncil, in th eum of $00, for tha faith0 l performance ol
lhet fntret.
A,,. 6. That immedintely aner t0hé f0al u e aod publication of
ihia ordlnmce, ,th Comptrollr ihbll p.ree0 to *dO ll, l0ter lodverliL.ng
d.uring ave dy, th0 contracl for the printing, otc.. 0 hereblonore peio
ridd, for tbe y.ar. to and on th 400th Moda of Aril, 1858.
AaR. 6. Ilt ilil be the duty of the four Recoder an, d the four Su.
rintondoent of : th0 u P*ubic 8eloo, te counlr wilih t0h Comptroler pro
,iool to ordering t0e b0inL0h .0, .o that thor. oh0ll be 0i0.ormoty oo
oid bolnhi throûghout toh departmentl meotioned in tii. rticte.
[Signpd] WM. C. C. CLAIBORNE,
Preident Boo d of AMitiimen.
[Sigced] FRANS. A.PUF.TE,
Prelident Bodrd of A..t.nt MeAldern.
ï .......... A . ... ..CROSSMA, A Mao.r.
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, Crr- or NwOaLA s,Oo May ll, 1853.
t. NOTICE is hereby given, that in virtuè of
the bOe oninace, 1 will aell at m offc, on MONDAY the Ilth May
o,0 at o o',]oko. Hooho the ecwet1dd erte, contate r fuorihi.nof
niil Iorno, Bliuki. nil other Job Priting requioqoe b thie varouide
po.rt.oo.U o h. ci ty, up te th.f. M ,d.d f Ap, 0,0t (I00 3.)
0myll st O. 0EB50S, Com.ptrolir.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS
OF TIIE CONSOLIDATED DEBT OF NEW ORLEANS.
-.Y VIRTUE of the 37th Section of'the At
l of the Le "riature of the Sta of Luili&am entitled "An Act to
000,0 ndmi00tr0tio0 0f l iffntir" agppme 93d 0of Fbraaly, 182, tnd oe
the 5th Sectlon of the Act entitred pýn Act Sptlemn te - Act te
Cn,.olidt0 i th City of NwOrOlet c und prori.in0 for 8A UierporD
tin uf tMha City of MONAytte with ie Ciy oi NtwOren, apliror i
I Fr0n0oro ofior and, of t. o id Sec0ion of On Aet O nUtd An ABO
SBoln e itary t, an A-t te C ,n i lenT the Ciy of NwOr.ean» and
p.rlvipe for tgh .venmentnd nlniaorgemnt of i.i Raoiro," oppfoed
SEAiLyr. PROPOMAIS r ill b.e recived nt tb0 Bi0 tni0-k,0e . o,0
th lt oay. toa MONDA o her, e 19th Jy n .et ni, I o'e, aec , .. for thb
"lh"uym of all or ny pition ol a Bril o TW h THOUS AD BONDS
O TH CITY OC NEW ORLlANS, or h .um oo E TH4OUSAND
ïOLLARJ EACH, te b, i0,ued i0 onoolit. y ith the re.oouoionollopted
00,v th0 Comoi.onro at 0.D motioog 0Leh oo toe ORth A0il0 18elu .n0
Ooad0 t0 b0 ,Inted duol 10 18o5, poOble in FORTY yE0000 a, t0e'00ee
o W th Cilo ToUorero wloloth 0ret .st th rien of ;ix opero n. prn
no0m, divi.00l into eooopoo., tr.0o,; -id c__pon l.iog n.d.
ni e£tcb le&r, rt thr o;mee oi the City Treuorer or in thO eitv A f new
Y Wr . Pi COVESEn oR tb r piNrhnr.
Teo".0.00.0 r.oL. .OhooA rO. lofr yr o thobe, purnoy olnd of thl
City oO NewOr0n00,"O ndd Oopo.d 0,d adj.dirated te te hi0he0t
biddor by o. o.r .ore of tho C0onoi.ionrao in the e.ty o NOwoYor on
t ce thrd. ondhy, t0e O1h oJly. 0000 ,t OS ,loek ..
In oo me er0 itbotl]d o an exo oo 'bidO.(ai .i00 ,me rate) o00r th,
a dountof B0 e , .. o0oè.d, they hall be d.Oided pr0,rata,, int.fldy
pos.Oooo 0mnoo0t th0 bidd0or.
Tloe proooeoooof thf O le on iO l Bonde to bo immOedintelv S plied t
tbe Cit, Trero er', 0Oee.
A. D. 0CROSSMAN, MOyor.
0. DtU-YS, COee ntTrlr
WM. 00. GAOLA5D T'yurct
W an. P. CONVp0e, .Cbirm, 'oo 0h0 ,
nieMc ComJa ttee o"It.hc BIrd ue A'dele.
.. 00. PLICE, Ch0i0m.n fth. t Finn-c
A Cotm.r_0 oh tnid 1 o.rd on A.0yoOt Aldeymen.O
î., Loolr,ISdtrer y .h. my6 tjyh0
IMPORTANT TO PROPERTY OWNERS!
Bridgewater Paint,
FOR WOOD, BRICK AND OTHER BUILDINGS. bTEAMBOATS.
SHIIPS, RAILROAD CARS, DEPOTS AND ALL OUT
DOOR WOP.K, ALSO FOR ALL KINDS OP
IRON WORK, ABOVE AND
UNDER WATER.
W TIe attention of the public iA ralpeetfully celed to the following
tihnoniaD in favor of the celebratoad BRIDOEWATER PAINT. It i
neeeuary for tihe Ag.in tomore than add, tSt0 .ftr EIGHT MONTHS
e in the Somth, the characi.r of the Paint ils Sdy el.biiAhed, and It
Sow oredI to t.be ptblic s the best FIRE AND WEATHER PRO
UECTOR EVER DISCOVERED.
CERTIFICATE OF JFo. F. MILLER, OP ATTAKAPAS.
In July Inez I wan htduad to ap.ly the Bridgewater Mineral Paint to
,^ loi l..... . id ..r-he , n every resI ..t it 5has, Nceedd m eiV taI ion.
sld Ia rprrrnCD0ionA mIade by rhoAg.n, eru.B.C. E OGERT A
CO. l ebreer' ily add my blstmouy to t Lll umlerot. ones embraced i.
the Ag,.nta' rirc.inr, and roommand the easre to planters and others as
te bselt FIRE AND WEATHER PROTECTOR I hav ee, r known.
Where I bane cp ,lied it, it has been e.lWeed to tue urn s neeo lnt Jnlu,
Wand ae nitherpbliItkIred nor rrcked andi he oned a.. Aolid me..il,
surface, whicih ha proved entirelty impervins,.
(Na Oiedrin, At l, )I, JOIN F. MILLER.
NewIFeinA, Attakapns, 55..o IS, 155°..
CERTIFICATE OF CAPTAIN ST. CLAIR THOMASSON,
OF STEAMER MAGNOLIA.
Hainng painted the hurricane dck of the uses.Nr rteamer MAG
NOLIA, under my command, wi thte BRI..EATER PAINT I
heerully recommend it for its IMPERVIOUS lquaitie, and haveno
hesitotinn i prounstoomO it SUPERIOR, In myjudg TA nt toanyp ie"
I, bini ,ore the pnblie. d belie,. i to be R
TION AGAINST THE EFFECTS OF SPARKS AND CINDERS. II
hA. also, proved ENTIRELY WATERPROOF on y dock. after ISthree
NontSu. 5 (SiredT) ST. I. THOM SON.
NewOrleana, Dnecemer 9,1861.
CERTIFICATE OF CAPTAIN WILLIAM BROWN, OP
TOWBOAT PORPOISE.
I have 1d the BRIDGEWATER PAINT, for which Mn. G. C.
BOGERT A ar e Agen~t* m...I e .urrinoe dak of thS Tow...
PORPOISE. e Paint u beeen about threen .th, d SPARKS
id CINDERS CONSTANTLY flong upon it s. had NO EFFECT
WHATEVER,
In about for weekLsit became a PERFECT SLATE, and I am -lis
tied of its pIoeaaing Eall thet q.glifi P .ne a to Somre It a CERTAIN
PROTECTION agaiso the of SPARESnd CINDERS. I eon
Ilden y orecmmend the BRIDGEWATEII PAINT forths purpsaD !et
5rth io the0 eAn' tCiroulr.
(Signs) WR. BROWN, Captain of TowbOat Porpoise.
NEwOrleOn, December 1, 111.
CERTIFICATE OF THE MANAGERS AND AGENTS
OF LOUISIANA DRY DOCK CO.
Having had I.h LOUISIANA DRY DOCK paiteSdwiththe BRIDGE.
WATER PAINT aM i4 .maerta throu toted, we fullycstlr
10.opi Sth CpAisTnTh.m.MofI tshe MAROI.IA Pid CpOlA Brow.
StoT PORPSaOS We chfully reonoDnod sAd PAINT ar1e5U
PERIOR ARTICLE.
(Slgnd) HIUGHES, VALLEIP & TIIONMAS,
Do.,. . Dock Yard.
J. F. WHITNEY A CL,
Fray . Agent. LO,dsinn yDockCo.
¢r.OAhuo. IDosbry 1, 1115.
CERTIFICATE OF JOSEPH BENSON, PAINTER.
I hSave ead the BRIDGEWATER PAINT for the paet ive months,
on brick and plAtCr.d buildin and b on the, . Ieinsd _a ron,
A in svery inyantee it , hi.be n the.. .!uaIt A.ID IoI.
From toWs and ,,'rIle ta mwde cnder my directinn 1'.
SEtIS tIi Iu.s PROOF AGAINST THE EFFEUtA. OF SPARES
AND CISDERS, and protection ag.Eat lal1.. I stid.IHt taicupa
tier to any Mhienl Paint Ihave ever Bu, and invaluable for all ut
door pin on poeasomg qu.tlt| that rtioarlo recommend it for
thr in r...... JOSEPH BNON, Pointer,
NaW Orleans, February 4 1869. 19 Cump atnet.
UNDERWRITERS' CERTIFICATE.
Thes oundertned Onderwrlter. h·*ihlg coefldeue In the BRIIDGEi
SATER PAIN~ for the covering of shingle roof dI d I rare u BIding
at all timen gt or thole fire rILsh a preference where the Br'drywai
Paint is tsed,
(Signed) 1. M1ATTIHEWS. g at Sun Mnutal lane,. Company.
THIO,,A. ADCA S, Prdnt 7, . Mtunl -
EDW. OGDEN AEInt. Gene lou aI .
A. ROTHEBS o rl Sdon Iomto Mutual
JOH1N PEMIBERTONPreidAtMerchantA, .
I. M. LAPEYRE, Preident NewOrOenso
CIIAS. BRIAGGS Aant Ie Irp LolAon -,
SAM'L F. ASH'IN, Agt. EAA.oSS MutI..to
In ddiuo. to the aborve, se Ageo. have in tl.ir p, eulon numerous
.,rt5eat5 froIm equolly respectable parties, which may bsue aen nDppli
ation at their o5ce ; among which are thoe of Captain N. B. Robbins,
,t alip Ledl ; Captain Win. Cults, of ship Charles Cooper; D. C. Mc
CIlum, Asistanr t A Enineer N-wYork and Erie Ralroad; Bresvt Liut.
Cot. O. H. TIlctt, N.wYork ArIEnal; R. S. Smith, Lieutenaot and
uartermI.t.r, Unied SStates Military Academy, West Point; Oliver H.
LDee, late Superintendant (now Secretary) of th HSdaon River Railroad
C,,mpmy, ew., e... . C. BOAERT A CO.,10Comp tree.,
Agent. for the Stles el Le.iliono Mia.a.ippi, Alabaoa ad TeYs.
SUB-AGENTS IN NEW ORLEANS.
MesD. SLARKE, DAY, STAUEFFLLt CO.
Mere PRIESTLY A BIKN.
heOrs,. WATERMAN CO.
JOHN STROUD & CO.
R. RICHARDS.
K. IMACPHRRSON .N. 99 Camp rnie.
AT MOBILE-IAMNS G. WHITAKER.
VICKSSURG-BYRNKE A NDERSON,
GALVESTON--JOINKS UFFPRD.
BATOT ROUN --LEVI KELLUM.
ATTAEAPAS-C. B.G. WHILDEN. RpS dIWlt
A er
ýi",altet-t
promppt
rDy
*heos Cointo Mabse, and other diuea of the stomach and boweIl.
It has bees nrd by great ...tbr of perm. withd the highart ssupf
1n, and pylyer themwlves hk-. prownced ft one of the mcat
Sluate r"m-di- kmnown, beeana it pasitivly cue s the diseas ftat
ahinbi iis ne.amended,
Ur Sold by all the prineipal Drug gist in the United Ktatel.
E. D. BEACH, Solo Proprietor,
! Apothbc..y . mn
SALT AFLOAT-Some well assorted and con
venient argos of Care %cd FmP Salt to arrive, for rl by
mht( JOHN TOOS, 6 B. Plae*.
BUSINESS CARDS.
A DION & CO., Wholesale Grocers and omnl
umslson Br emhnte. a oy drm It.. NewOrluna.
I NDREWS & CO., JOHN W., CommIeslou
a Memrh~at-d htplipptg Aleut- 61 Cemmon t. 111
a R I. W., Commission, Proviglon
ENSON, J., House, Sign and Ornamental
C CADE, S., Repairer of all kinds of Furniture,
t-77 stret, neoar cooer of ,ro. myl lylip
G ONVERSE & CO., Grocers and Dealers in
Wt-m Prdap , 9t Tehopitocu- tareet, 7M es7ro(.b7Ly-et
ARRIELL, EDWARD J, Attorney at Law,
Com1minaer for Tennese, No. 8 or. reet, NewuOrlea.
. -a of S nA, M J R tf
ROHRISTY, W., Attorney at Law, Commis
Iaor of the oitedSt7te, sodof ,. nrlyswry State 0inthe Unio.
ICRARY, J. . & J. A., Brick Layers and
Buldem, No. 989 Bronb.e toe.nt NRwO.lent..
In Eoa's." lith the above begina. we willb BRICt o
CISTYtt. and guaraMty tMm. Commonlcatloul throush the Poat
o5.e will teet ppootd i7ptch.
R e fe r s t o--Mea. . R. W. Hill, D. F. Burtha, Lyal & Davidson,
J. A. Bead & May, Joseph F . .. iif
ii)TSBOLL, WM. O., Carpenter and Builder,
No. 110 t. Jteph street, between St. Charles and Cordal.e
Jobbis of all dcriptio¢, on hort.oti. e and res.onable ter,. ntore
dted u ; countr malde of black w7alnt or mahogny, sod olnyl
RpAlhbel. ClsterM nme and repaired, nod gL7r7ne7 for 7 year.
Sash,Doom and Blinds a.7e and repird: LUo-.dwork aln Pc
onand. 07.,j
JI UNBAR & CO., A. F., Commission Boot
nd Sho, Warehoue, 45 and 56 COmon tret, N.ew Orlea.
IF NIEL MAYES, formerly of Kentucky,
ltetory and ContmA,.,lor st e L ondrSe
7r .ChrAy, and J. .0 D. 0M7.e, Commloo...r for the 07.t of
e Eky to bde Argknow toed t l Acn u avit and Depm ltioam
es, Nn. bo Camp street, NewOrlea. i ap0ly
EUBANK, J. J., Attorney at Law, No. 37
draier street gewOrl-l , 016 ly
GREENWOOD & CO., MOSES, Commission
dFo J o F iorwad ea MrcwonsSt sertrret. diy
(NEO. C. TAYLOR & CO., Delers in Coffee,
Odo.y B77c6.in77md Woo,,. Prod,77,, No. 65 Mago7ine 7to,,
IWr fr. W. .. F At 0 is o 0r u 7ori7d Ant to tramr all bine.
of the Ho.ga a7er ttoy.a 07ct, paned Lh b.7oe. C. JA.,orth
N.t7ly P.bhe. 1[f07] O . C. TAYLOR & CO.
GRIEFF & CO., A. D., Wholesale Grocers
and Commiuon M-rBentse deale.in Oah,.n and Wester Butter
sdCheese, sd Agents for Taylor's Albany) Al., Poter and. Newa0.
,ider, eoe. 88, 4O and 49 Old Levee, and No. 10 Front Lve N..
jARALSON, F. N., Notary Publio and At
b ny at ow, U. s. C07mm7.7 oer 0 r 7i..i7 pp7nd Arkan7u.,
No. 7 En:cgtt Place, opposite the Pot-..0e. s9. if
R. 1 . r. R. Rua. . . a. n7 .
ART & CO., E. J., 79 Tchoupitoula6 street,
I Wholesale Deale. in Groceries, Drgs,7 C7,.al 7 Pnper tc.
H AMILTON WILLIAM, Collector, (at Mr.
LJ J.hn Hoey'O O7aes,) No7 .7 Camp street.
7t77u7..77-0Rv. Dr. Dott Dr. Da0.e.t, Fouoh.r .treet, abo.e Ju
lin; We. H. O(7ar nd, Esq., Municipal h7., Sec0,d Muoiep alit.
[ONES, SAMUEL, JR., (late TLBOT, JoNEs
0P Co., Blt7more,) 0Oeer0and Forwarding .Mrchant, 47 Po7dr7
tirse, NewOrl eana 081, ly
j ENNETT & CO., FERDINAND, No. 93
0'O7g7a7ine street, Agency of the Bt. Lol.7 hot Toer have eo,.
'm7yon h.nd a com7plte ao.rtentt of DROP w7d BUCK 0O nOT K oad
OAR LEAD. From the St. LI.b Shot Tower. dll tf
ONG & JOHNSON, General Brokers, in
SStRea Notes 67d Ehage.Rse 0 0777 Re7l Et and Sves. No. 99
Conunereal Place, NewOrlesa. LaS 7m
M R&ARR & ROBERTS Attorneys at Law,7
_J Cemp street, N.ewOrblea. bm9
j[" H. MEYER, No. 100 Camp street,
Wathmaler anR d dealer d ffi.ELRY, GOLDJ y
"7777 repared 77tmoerate pri,6. ml6
-ICHOLS, B. F., Arohitect, Office 27 Camp
tr 6t-, up7seal, o77a7t77eto famih Pl. for Publ . e7ldl7, ,
toltl, Dwal lhs ,etr.,e7., and to aperintond thei.e oio, and wt77
n savor to o.ter a utifaotory errit to all who may avm . im with
pt7ron~77. 7il ly
UGENT & CO., RICHARD, Cotton Factors
d7 C.mmt.ion, Mer7h7.t, 61 Uale Row, Carosleo t et. jt78 ly
7DW7 7 7 7. OL7o.'. 70.7 . w7L,.
LLCOTT & SMITH, Attorneys at Lsaw, No.
- 7 Itat. Chart..ur .t. o97 ly
pUIG, MIR & CO., Commission Merchants,
_ 8St. Louisl stre __ 7ull ly
k)OMROY, EDWARD H., Commission and For
_ w7dm77 Merchant-, No. 88 O7vier ltreet, N-wOrlean.. 07
PICKLES, JONAS, Dealer in Foreign and
Dom-etirc Lqm, Win.., etc., No. d Tehcat it ub. street, New
76777....Co 770c Wr.,d, Dome0tic Brandy, HN7oUd din Do0.tie
gin,0.en -e. 7 it Wetr', Wiue. Bit0., Cherry Brandy
P 7 0ro , ,d.y aBpl ib, s io ,-,w . h. d. ,117.77
" HILLIPS, L. A., Dsguerrean Artist, No. 28
Camp street, up stal, Ne Oser d. .
{AYMOND, W. C., Family Grocer, 71 Camp
R ACE & FOSTER, Attorneys and Counsellors
77 at Law-Oe 174 Etchange Ple.., ,ew.leltn... mh77 ly
R ETURNED TO THE CITY.-F. H. BADGER,1a
selldin7g, N7wOre0..l. _Jyn7 m
S TARK & CHRISTY, Office No. 10 Banks
Arad., NwOrle. .... plO
TOOLE, JOHN, Commission Merchant, Emi
gn7ti7n and Remittance O 7ffice, ink Place. .14
rlERRIO, J. NARCISSE, Parish Auctioneer,
-- e -eralAgent --d Coleor---O.0a61 C-imalchs srt,
y'EASIE, J. H., Attorney and Counsellor at
law witl nrxchc in the Priehel of Cnnard[. Tenana d hIad
iao--O ce', Pear'street, Natchez, mil. tmhS
WT HM. L, POINDEXTER has been appointed
Op y ov,. Foote CODL0SSONER FOR THE S ATE OF
/TIOLFF, SAMUEL, Importer of Wines,
S randhis, Cet., and General Co 7i7i7n M 7rch77, No. 57
IW ATERMAN & CO., J., Importers and
SWhol7la 7D0a0lein7Hardware, C.tlory, Sooteel N7il, .
etc. (.,gn of the Anvil). No. 14 Yagnrines rest, cornur afC.mun: New
Oreans. _ _ nl lyd&1W
W.TILDE, JOHN P., Attorney and Counsellor
7777767ar7777. 6. 77. 7777,.
W RIGHT A. J., & CO., Cotton Factors and
C,,ommi,,7.oui Forwarding,, 0rhcac t7,70 c7 iert,7. j|7 7y
C[IHE undersigned continue to make liberal
Cxs. Avka7 cellsu n approved e.n.ig0men0 t to their friend. in
Il:, noW,7 7 niatimore, 7lad7lphin New7Ynrk a1o, rton.
1l77 0 7 0 ER. K0NNETT a CO.. 677zi'. st.
.,. • . . . .
B -BGARGAINS-BARGAAINSAA
No. COTNGN $0,HRe POWERSNI:TREET.
CRO CABLE CHAINS( ~ S $50, PLOS+4, CROSS
BAR CAB)LECHAINS AND IRON IlULT~at v centsp f ID FIFTH
TRACE AND BREAST CSAINS BDLE A B; FITH
DIES ITEIA RUBBER BAGS; CALIFORNIA !PAC SuhS
TEN't55 IIAMSISOIES WATER PROOF SADDLE BAGSS HEMP
IIPEa ly',, CIYP ON HOOKS at .3 , do..,; NESRO bLTH.
INs HEATVY CLOFIlOVERCOATS, iih Cpe.. 1t!3; SHOESrm
&n 'ents to 4I19S;; SOOTS from $1 to $2, ad a variety other Goode,
vii of whiceh will be old atshout alf th usual price, nadcheapper tho
"~r other houlu in tba city. mh6 am1
CRIOCKERYCHINAnd GLASSWARE .
R.P B FELL AtCO. S4L Cammes,,et I N-,Ola, im, -
SssI ..i dII , sS,,I 1, -,I retail. romps, Pl3S3 l' 1 y
timmarlrton.CCnndleetifkaTableCutler , WF dwniare
Il. Goode will be offjre( at low prime., and when for the oun~try,
peeked in the .nfrl manner. 1.96 IP
lIrEDICAL SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS, at 26
COM LOSINERCIAIL PLACE, tp...--TIR. B ..Br,.
W c SrnIcHASRES FEVER, ROPENIATISM, CIILnL AND FEVER,
.IERCCRSIAl AND ALL DISEASES OF THESKIIS.with mIS,,ltb.,
sing from an Ilunty of the bloat. Tihe t,,ieyy of 51and0, b.wh
have been car, d by them cen be prlOd..d in I.h eIf fv o"'. perulI
1,15n r I~eu i,,, SIivae o*,ih ·y ,I oll.,b'I, W,,,yrfuorbu a,
,till wl) Ily 1, th thnt we car wiurs tile olavu diaenlee etetoliniy and
I iaunllullt l wihth em Bathe, wI ithout injury w the n -stem? We costs,
II ghctrd'l Ul above or gisES dlEA 1.5,, a sail and try it; and i
d,-rive~t ultiafaetion is not give. after x tar trial, their money rll bf
unded_____ mh6 lye
DI YSPEPSIA-PREARCB FROM THE FdCRTH
ST r.y. o,. . Os..-Tbhe tue DIGESTIVE FLUID or GAS
11IC JUICE, prepared from RennetIor he. e.,eh obi be .OIafter di
Etioua ggive, by gar , Lebig, the gree1 FbyeiAoj,. CSes;At, by J.
S. Hong me, bI. D.,No. 11 North Egth stret, * hl d ties
Li-, ComplD( is'ant, l'sllt ro lflor Indigestion, DyIpepi.,I,,ndirA.
ILlrcromplarnt Cuestlpation and Debility, eariny afte Netura'·orwn
'sythedrCS, l...' I b's.ntIb. *tla .,ie. It. i.s p'sbS
"u~tivu ohainser, ru keep.r the ·tep-h end bowel. In n perforay
11h1at I'sp'slr l El of this fluid ,.iof I. water, will digest or diA
l. a, 0555pounds of rout hoof in afoot two Ibon out of thIS.I's.b.
SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE.
Basron LeibSg in hisl .lI,,SId workSan ,,,.0lChe,,.Cb,., rye "A.
artifial digsIr*S fluid, -,-[-Ioe- ,. tlb as..id, Jude, may be rediy
I're'wrrd from tbs ucous a mrane of the ·tomach of te a.lf, i
n crh varione articles mof toal, eu~h an ..at end eggs, will be wft...d,
hliomnnesgedadeo h: digested, )ant i. the soma ..... r they would be I. the
hua BSa3 Ibph.b"S b
0r. Preia' is hia fSa5,. tr, , "on Food an Diel,"pablisbad by
Fowler and W'nll., N'sYarL, pogo 83 lta.tes lb. same I,, ..a d,.crS,.
C., metho.d .1 rep1rtion. TNb,..,. few higho- sutlbri, thbI Dr.
Dr. C ,be, ilbhi.SISbI, writnlgls tlb. Phy.olIlgyr of Dlgn6Y
sb.rrv.Sthata diminutionfteb dun lb lg ,b yfthlb tri.OJii,.
I,,CSminlet and all ilabif tearl. llyolnmpnlnI" and hblateR. that
'dlgi.S had Professo'fll MA,,sbeiI Lo.,b's,, bwho wr s.ly l.
mES. d Sith the s,,plb', Sb, C.., c55 "VBgg to fail, had 5.1,".sou
to the Grtric Juice, obtained from themome of living animals, which
ird eompleely ·rccru~l."
Dtrish~ru'bii author fth moua work on "VegefablsDiet," ry
a ti~remarkable Leat topyulg that the It~mach of emmals
a reeratd in water~impart w the odiiap pt of dirrolvg aious
artcly. of foW and ofeectic lod ufrgtlal dg lio. otbem in no
S5SH dilainlSSIth Ie lrai digs five Proa C."
Dr. o phos, grat work,1 TheChemistry . Mao; (Lea A Blnochard,
I'biAdulpnhiab I,41,) pp. 491-'S, ry..: "The dislwsy of Penlin tams
I,,I,,aiythe Fhpti,,al .iI.I odib, tiS. INrom*ISII.I i,,II..S."
wý know that food is riivoled ns nptdl L no arli~clnl diaie fluid,
prapnred froml Pepin, r It is i. the nawrai Outrio Juice ItaeU."
Prol. DunSqi.., ofI JE,,S, Collee, PbiISlphia, i. bhie grea orL
"SaCS,,m Pby·iobvgy," d,,Ar,,,,, 551505555, ,Syp~al blS.umn
Rono o(Ithi emiuli et. f~ii eý davout· wth Dr. Bniumm C o tom 8um
Juin, obloainrd from the ogmtghuman stsmnrh, and from IlnimIl. a
well Imown. 't. all ears" be ryy " digetio. oecuwrud as perfaetly
u herh artiecirl Ir in the .ntorrl iydnnon."
Ia Forffurthrr prmrol tto raanrk~ble alrit of this diwro.eryp soil
at 1~·a~rcLad Megsin a d bntdnriplir. ·heat.·rns.
A. KEnDALL A ES., SeI's dBrllAlB5for ,sSAL.
Cl For rte ales by Deg nits eneasIy. ma ly
THE UNDERSIGNED, duly appointed Agent
V ',he olIISbliShrd booAe
SSSOB INN IAREPT A COE for
th, IsiI of te el rror BRAN
DIlES .Llo SOLE IMIPORTER of
o Clr.'s.Lmted PO ULTNEH
BRANYY, is .rdrsor a iherd to h i
.hippd dinerl alp Frtin I.
uF ,.,,nt,,btlo y.,,E'ld b priCr
inI Cognx".
tý'Samp.,:e cmn be Hena the
efl ea of
Ill BWS. ,SI.'smp I...S
A LUM-300 bbls. grround and in crystali
~yCO'I'ERAS--- Lsu; E 5031 SALTS-b60 skis., t'rabyf
my E J HART A CO~ 79 Tcharllitonlld
CASTOR OIL-25 bbls. Adams', in store and
flaby FEED._ ENNETNA ES., 98 MNgui. s ..
BAILTIMORE FACE BRICK-11,000,forsale
b yL OHTIM VINAS A CO., 0S Nfq..I,.r.LE. U
G IN5. EIases extra Schiedasm Gin, in store F
____________w. b RBAIFFL Wnll di, A9 . "st
I)OMESTICS, from WVoodville Manulloturing
C's mpemy-Fa..I. by
1.45 J. WRIGHT A O.,.He G ,,j,
MEDICAL CARDS.
I)R. J. F. SEGUIN, office at Thos. Rankin's
Am Btme, tornarof Camp and ,,,c,. ta. R,.ldw.caNo.
I)R. J. S. COPES, office and residence, 444
Mara.lI,,.tnt,smcccd docr ba,. Edard., III y
D OOCTORS A. C. &. L. HENSLEY, 40 Canal
,Inst. Jaa1 ly
H OM(EOPATHIC PHYSICIAN-JAMES (.
ELDIENIM. D.,10 Cacccd.I.5.tncc. _ jc55cW
W K. F. FRYER & W. A. WILLIAMS,
V INDIAN DOCTORS, care .11 etcblI chromcl cad acute
thre; oc men, woccn and chlld,,n.
W' c.Ide., and of l", No. o PFRENCH51EN STRET, Third
itrc,. teOrls NeLea .5.,,l
NAM"IP OF DR. FRYER'. .EI"T1:
Dr.R N.aSHORTl Bl.agmor, .,
Dr. WM. E. ROASMTREEA.-Dta. Oa.
Dc . J . tca CAMPLL, Ic ...N , ...kl ; A,
A.r.J. R. ccct; g Ctttccctc. .
N. B.-The public an require o to beware of all other permit pro
byring to bc my gnc hdc, 0. eliter my Medic.l cIn foracocprchh
right t am m timesad mdlcioe I prsen·sno other ha,* It a
atthstlm. [c.dWt ] W. it. F. YER, M. i.
E DYPTICA EYN BAICEAM.-. COO
rcvfHEN, h.ing cc htlhrtyyeIar' tp.c ne c. octe,
oY E. chlccip r.medy lace oic pui n as pcido,.c talc
t.r Ophthalmi, ob d. y.... O 1rt , cg.ý a c . k the.
Teur In WB, o,.hrc y.cae. tan weak.; s m-. o this city,
beJ oabln t htmn8 a restoed to the liht of onM D S a
in thre weks a utlm" ho always ned spores or B~nysix you.,
cctusi accnly . td.Ibl.c. ead t wc. s .wthu
The c b 0dlallh no t Pccc..l.cn cc h.
c It md. II h. e . aysu i ,. ycc ic.c·c ccc . It. c 3 .a
Otcillltcc to tho e.c, cc a,.o ,cIc,,.Iyc Lcc.IN .ccD. 1,c
gs aNos. tLCIRCUS.ce Cclcstcc.
jýIIEICAL OTICEDR. LOCKWOOD, who
FEVERS,urll awe:h Rbium~tismOaaa Fit,
Tic Dalomns . its, Paa.I Hsp0 il. or Llr.· COmpttLt,
sad u o tL. In~iat t and oI the Incorml Vtcan. b..
agrarian. diwolon lt wlntsr tn the Medical Coilo, Wt. tontb Hi
with f. M,ýwnt aLdY t the Charity lW, andl the anmbbr orqeoI
manf or DrLd An~ttom.o lah b· an sl lbi, ·Iunblahibndlmn
the many .I I..e ,ashb the ill ithl ud b he --litt tei er;sa
11 Vewrosl D aowy ooh sa~yphllt b its wnet orma-Prmltary and
8cwdr ;Oomrrh , tritroJnlstRimru18od~idlmith" ere.·
D-. LOCEWOOD'II SPECIFIC, ; wrtsN re -L. oar fr ia
Bolonorhw ·t at, oa be obtatnad at the oJ r n · e ollar ppeTr-pb
Oo the arlpto jdv dolly p .. 1, d, t[ will be at tto part. o1 5 Lhr
Ualbd Stts.. The a n osy wWr ll be obsarvod Ire al mess
R. A ~ m~ NFO UX QIl
No. a Hereon. a tr eey an. k· l~k~y l
SE. MAYO, DENTIST, has re
moved dto No. l Csroodelet, Dear Canal street
.MAIIUYO hu peso t r mmy YOY· reddest o~l
tlia rlty, nod by LuimodiL oa iig (cIa L
Ph = -114Z Homr, Mutter, itchell, wllo ~uol d lr~d
I~ Phll H~lh. refer~t s to aP r Stone, p ace J. L
iulth, f he a , saItb W·B. Lr~ d hl· I·a
nr and Hwtr,.to., eta t16 iw.
DAVIS'S SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY
_ AND TAR h-f.",rie, to the pbnle ibis new .d ,.,abla re.
7for CONSUMPTION RONM STHM, COUGHS,
the 055.No-- 01lbe aia4 m1 y be .. C . ASTH mpbA l fo
- etriho ,im at the i,. cy which tofn are Iv.ited to o,,6. It co
be proper to ay that $, 5" lean· eminent oaerrkin bbfcdn of tween
7een'.tmdhy, · " gnnto ofthe Uniranity of Pe*Eli ,_ht
PROM M1. JOHN D. MORGAN, Dobggl.L
PTi,,.oya, 3. 19, 18
T.e Hyhp 80 Wild CI,.,,y .oed T., h.. gi,,, go!mlH Hln o.to
AMlhmbon. a g.ntlema ol Ohlo. Ith obhIall b hableIo..lllYhee
grove a You,.
FROM Mo. EDWARD ROBBO~,,y ru loJu
u W. ho,. h lob,.,,,. to"mlebIld o.11 Dr, O.11.yoff Wild
"Cherry..rod Teedhen, ,e rehd alliwe naive froII)l. hr. J. HchoO
( lCook hs nlee. ito I. hhi , .. hethr.b 6.{.o og he.,Gi
II Dr. Coo b4 ma oy the mb t bmi.,. ,o h Uniteh
States, rod con the atlodlnl nhyuoh°r of Jwb Hip p B te t, ..KRing
of 9 ýr~duiing el ho nnldeoce inn fhb m~try
Tb, aeslo e fit ofifed th y p medicino rW pubSiF. It w. with o.
I ,prea " intention of pnbliehind o certl~ab ilboll god rtorlty
for fe trh. To that Fels e bean hdnd " siectisg all rrlfinos
for the luth.Micity of which we have .94 kid he mat re pauibl.
FROM THE WESTERN EMPIRE,
Do,.,,. Ohm, £,lp 9Olao,.
Ho. 3. P. Ho H.-_airi It aode., to. i...y.
that my oeeh ad Yvn affechoa of he 1 )rse ban ·aYwlr n
move by t s w of ooa-haU bottle or Dr. Arte'a Inp of Wildd
Cherry..,d T7', ,blob yon ed other.did me tos. You o
.0 ely neommmd the we Ofthe above .d Syru . Yoro,,,..
Cl, ..P oSGy, W. W. PHILLIPS.
Iwrodorf.n a LAou from A W. F 8nhon, ushhof H..oae, Beds
A yong S..of o~y ..Goquhtoo.ho.t.os yens y.Gp ..d ho. heGe
yf.,iysod.lebbord ,plho , .
y*,,.dIo h IGm~ yhIGAGOsi G,.dlolo..od ..usl..oO.h..oo.G
Pm~d ·Conyunderofthe Qrmptim for oon thn Ebr
ya*., adtook a greet Glh I dloh,.d.hysl rod ons W°d Cho,.,
,cal tbtment of bi of the iuAe emiogRt 4.o.,d 1h hi tg., tent
reelb. no bret unil be ook Dr Dew . p .o,. bi herry.
to, ndilmitl commenced g..tpO.olbottrW p,.o llodbo
hetatt This Wirdecbidomdmo h iatnme A. Henry
7,,, ho,,, 0, r~~o..,ll.Go.Atoul
GodhekWarinte towrnip, Pk. count , P. Hsyyknwa s
e the cOd.trGbI, , poor tuldoqeoing m osd Ag dsto l .Ged tl..
,he tyrop rod Mye h( H h
Slt0tio .of the Heart .ilo.. .Gphtlo..l of th l eplA H
DAtlub G lmppo..d iDAWidry, Wil d Cbo,.: fd T
For four or Tbv p lpiH of llrt inter I o nslb , ebl`b wIth h . .
aFý6a, intnded with ggroo tlighheu rod pain h the bnrt, snd fregnr
v'..o..d ti. HENR NhCREROONIGOee ho barring
runt me fromob eipo·on Ug gredal of the i.ht, end Uhn..ed ,y to
that degre that Iwee obllfW 00 fr10 ...yi dl.ho the de l,,.hom
.or d .ilG,.myehU . M .l m l7W ,ppro...p.d y Imp A· lb. G p1...
.to ,,inOh. .p,. h.hds..that I Nou. d net lboo.. sItet"
Atid, dhod tim, r.G it.. ..np of Wild Chi y and To weG lb..
merle to me. to wo or tb e t, the , pre8Im0a
Sthe brwut wee,..., elhveed. ad by the Nine 6s had Ylteo fol·
bott~a shecoughwee ·Y.·b curd sod mIIIPral hosith ddrnlgt
holNmd. The .olpidD ofthe hS.,].. Sy,. .1h ild Uho..y.dY.
trowbled t rtea 99wwwyi' almrt -; t kel s8ttldd itoaeteoully
h.,,hoa.. ThbIiRSofl thepolttho fgibee.n hlo d.,,ta
Iidmt me or two boty.., mqan th mh h°od ho.,yson hyo,.
.movd 3t. HPNRY NICKOoOlRoN, 1L9.¶o,.t.
WEAKNESS AD PAIN IN THE BREAST.
M o highly-ofrdl Dr. D-o 1.1. op °t Wild00 gl a.d Tl .
hommy .llknowledge ofo a. A e v GrO. ollb.. lwbu loHanf. For bog
yL iho,,iA esbwd ho l nho,.d t; the ens t 8of is medicine in t
,,bo ,,lb oe ,tinly. rely. d her. TheGoomp..i to , w ld. .g r W Nin .
reoar, and m aB oaahoosthe relef cos gmdy nhUufn(pr Iý
now over eh the eonshe lns ben fre of tea ntbotim I can
eider it Yd rvnonnend it r " meet addable medioine. Ile ·ba~gth a
inplll ,GO1t b . oOvHglh0gto. bn llsvi..G b'w
M. WADOI, WE.. W.W, I-.
HlAT.,v dlhbY bI..
O fre to roe a mpli Dr. D.,o'a ym. 01y46 ld Jane 9y, d
from my ea M.-a of B. b M·L eq I my own coe. have
whw for nine.fte enK t to stoLrk of . Gbloodl, Woode
PRMof the S.t Yd w MACIT rOSH. et the · toml( h
compsnled with yepeptie ýpý" . t Wia``,, haing w attack o
itcon rYmmepded by w uoabbo , whodha4ter eaed b7
Tb,,,OllWidCoo 15.18rr~im~ll·-(~ 01.
b.ilt.. p Iid Y7 l llG. biOhii·pparent d·ooen
J F. ORAM, Lein' Shoemker, TO Rw t.t
Ml chr from diffent aopt lb coubtry givedthe uly
datotring eaesonbof the adverri popularity ed omncyofDr w'
oyroplbodlyotheir - i b. A no.oll,.oqoiam, ol. .0 b. rt.y
hne ngulrly cold it o odi . o.. Fddsot, gnl, lid!.
ei cAhmld be retI. Sy d C .,d thm hYibtoda alb. God Gy
oturn h,. I ho. Thus.. .slad .o ino fS;. 0.80.. U eyOGG. Eh
soeed ,feyh U... o..nr fLmode, Ihwpol I Chow. tolbahr.loyai
recesipt of, r well Y of verbal seocam" w frpuaet~l hear
FROM Dne. VAIUdIAN ed ROtH,
o Plb. P0ll 44a6,i,, roho. ll A Drv.Gl,
Dr. DGi'e Syrup of ild Cherry b.d Tar ,odd. od.like It lb.Lo
We thioG.that If yin chs to lid.n a Who -1. =3126.1 tht
medicfo., we w di popm of dmma any -..u t I. North.r na~·
PM . M HAR 0ry,. H.GI ToWAN.
Your Wild Clerrd ho T MAHA,.JHG.,.,,1017. rT1..
rl..l 8~ LIyo.G..,b.1 .t 4,YPgie eonlo ,NlG,,Oii
have bean ol t of it for oma time, Ud "' oe world nHt odor myyS
but it I. amost dolly inquird for, end we t~ouet, perhaps, it would be
best to order rune.
PROM D. W. 5. MCITINTOGH.
H .lh~lb. AYG PoOoo,.Emny,3O,lHS.1
The arpicle of Wild Cherry Yo.d Torl ldo,.,loO..od,,,,
red ne yo it eon. tderebbly rdin may pncr 't oll d u
'btIpae o' ly.dnery l
IHo.... OGIOHIIO. .I wCld be pleArd mo have you sbod
rmothe .Opply Y mon Y B· nusne of tranqortntita rll beapen.
H hl h o.,,,. 1, -r.. odl o.d TIoCyll, , Februa ry 90Yd11.
1 ebhk D. Ronaer, " l·I. 8 ' b PP Lfofrm ynthat
on our pert of tba ' i anti wt of lt, Y d have p p. duo · ..,
lAeid~bpYHA. 1hv te ,I D.bb 11ns l. h,,il,. ,,hl vsEsb~
borstl,, c~atyby Golbll Miio, obolLnho,,. A. Tooooy HA b. ,i
haSOA1.oA7,,,,,,,ld..l....1,j, 000 lbr.D·IiDp.,M,., ~O,,,
Fwd 1.lph D Hl L,..o0 loog .,d, that A hay e te.n the 1,0 J of
.Nogr for r geey forh the hove tire, U .roabls o yi. t( o
pplOblwrite wwordyi hod d ma tIio.OYok, n ,,ib to l,,lbt.
Dovr.'e S,.uv s WU.° Ceia.T Is Tsa.-We would tell rWe.
'k° b the ,Idvarirmesto f ebb r·Lsbl medicine o .the, e1-.
oiro ol ed e iyolly Itas IGy IO. hok men.o I. mr Folodl oiher
ktlotl.d we t.80*heli,,yoo. ily WiiUd itb the sod Tod. bbd.
l, J. bo.tlyy .fo aBtnd To. oy di.,..,. (5T.et, bod· lb,,
FROMb MR. 9, O. HAVES of Lhe'um Of Brower H.7 ACo i k
Elble oi d 0-lgtogbgo,,, lly .1b9uso., .SI ,.lpod ls. yl,
lOoyr Wiiod d Chbrry I d Tar h r ii lbrolebdy, It oared
tle wontgif cold. wi me. If you woof s i . ibt Iowill d , lly
FROM S. S. GIVNS 8 C.HAES
M sItock o dChdrr i .oan .tolo,.5,boy 1 .iio',bLd&
P Hoy ob daly i, too. YH waod d° wel to Yd me nother
MmroanPen eS..nttp, P.,poobeel,IIBU.
Nlb,.. Ro.om,Coo.,. A10C.--Bin: h.. o tod b orm h in oh
rd Alstoed for bl t lb.ye bolth , hiooentopoh h imbnrt `il-,b
, ltheMlbihg tol ,dlolA i,,g ,lt Clbi. ,,l, edh lllo.1db.
.ly l b m, oroto o p ~ ild. d 11 11ym puob, of ah , um,,y I i, I S pplt l dt
Gyoral -.000.] hiolahu. ato ok a grabt dea o pp.' myA, o, rl ,,ou,
3f Tbief, e aol lo lr . I owee hi l, ,.,r,,, r. Dy ri. Clk lid ii ,,
4 llned Hio, of bo IIo whooh l took two bttle. i entirely rel Pobb
7 ppdme f y lm~~t; then(".r I aw, wftk em~a~, nrm
mend ft to MI who ere in Ilk. roamer fictd, u s most valusbfa medi
efne. JOHIN TOOMEY..
Th. ..thnntisity ofthe boreIt· f t 1. vouchad forby Mr. Iur
:Murphyurchnol oMilfm, who pw.b Mr, Toomeyrd the o,.,
.umsgba nofl hiecalve Mr. T.i' 0.050.17 yah lof 0qe.
De. D.OI.LS.KOP O WILD Caaaer~xo Tea,.-The l llowiagsots.
meat i w d or wad Y t : '. :; eoge from tbs lupin bed during tint
dim wth ut ptlnt or nrp end pun u my b, t rd left side, withrs
ghr wao L tApilI adaicha mdle wic [ ld erthe
r.. re c~mendd io no*ee well Y s D mber of re 1811." ro
1unia FL hy e~icon, wli lObrlief.Jb , lee( neli revalel , m bobI e
the matn happy rod r, cad effect m coq d upin Be ore he inks"
onme bottle myiu cough grave wy, my mi ht swee e ere relieed'the pi
I.. m~.i. rod brrrt. 1 mw criolidor o wI rh reb wall, Ferret
heed, Ig r Finn that I am oe fmoti c with m "no~uaid f my
·ptldi~6l·~~o Istr b.,l.~trrmrm~i . 0hs
1ý A antlemeo of hl crt y who hY been on with n° ..·fmol it
banlly te icmn,_ ran fan refHOAS HILR dl y r.,,ow to..h
woo- ay be suoo Bnp f pa Cery dr~hlh u
W mSiblod, troul i,dtolI bylb.O,,,, Ag,,ni. ill, i "b,,,ao
Wle o W H CO., s 11gh 0 Chotl,...l., No,.OI..o.,
W i d Ch r y o B t 66 g e a ou w e o fi d o o in h m e eou eh that Ek e m o d t ed ious ia rart raw n crad pphe ing
It hY nowtees" rvraut ye r Inca he r awe I m aoll she m l a~oop
an 1 thefrrfobit the budder f" entirely remove ; rod ons ·Y. oo m
ad Irto healh thtom bforehe we attckedwith old ec g,
cy f.the ante tnf am t etfun of the tresses or liver, bnlplirrin of
Dii rthe hrrt, °pn avn ytr mon~an To °ym rhmg nrle fuJc d whou r ray
tnlra themediineLb~ttb· y teionenbr M1 mdicfrp spd itgk.
It rn all rej ct thou which seengood an d Gee of uackery,
lines., H,,. s nllotyollh s bin er Lprr~bsl nunter · a fllaadongr
Uldetr T nhe following bemnnr (e rumaorthymd well-now cicb n,
mil6rllbelr nrono nr of homr d rlreewr "!tho Pubic ne. I·allf
c0 gh wblch larpir~wd th c llmm ...di.., each n- i p Inl
ne· Ip)1 e d o ften ae mer raia b Dr ot.,. opound Syrp of R'r
Chrryy and Tn re liev ed inn ih n few dodo.,od three -nrh of a bottle.
"i 1,,y cored me. My anther, ho i ro-bley with a habitual tinf. t
d h Yll h bean rugn nly"lei, yNLm F irora, ri P, h cGe mn I
tend " takingaclo hnr ndra~nabliy
Duvu'smndfen for more .idry, I rJ aye hercIO ·II IeUItt h alt."r. A
9! Sold wholee le .red retail TH t a O, nr.ILcglio 41 forcthe ene
·lalthe ari~un~roi~·. Wheriae aN Drd Syr meet be 1
Ice ! Ice :: Ice U
J. STAFFORD & CO.
ICE HOUSE,
TCHOUPITOULAj STREET, between NIth sod HiS'y .Sent.,
(twe the Uppe StOC L.e.ding,) Lafay.ett. M.o
No.SNEW LEVEE, and No. S LoN,,aura St. L.,, 'a,,hi kes ,
fe97 Nawprlewa, g
Ice-ice.
NEW IC0 HOUSE,
LEVER STRRAZ o.sry oppodsth. rO...u . AsSsg, IRE. & CE.
Stea.Sip WbESI, Esd
No. 678 TCHlOUP71TOUIA,8 STRET.
J. STAPFORD CO.
SUORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. E554
Ice.
IS ELLIS JEN IINS I. ..IWE! ICE, anI has IE5e *.pply El
thin aticle to dupe.. ot. (Moe atthe CORNER O POYDRAS AND
St. CHA~RLES STRZMDpot CORNER VICTORy AND ELYSIAN
FELDSBTREF: li.*Cl)ARTRE9 BTREtT, p COYLLBRCEBTREET
and at th, CORNER OF ROBIN AND SEIGIOUS STS. shlo tf
ilIONONIAHELA and BOURBON WHISKY,
LEor. sa by (IAN) JONAS PICKLJ'8, 4 TSpIE ,.t
TOEN BULL'S FLUID EXTRACT OF iii
4AP ...U.l. e lbb.4.lasbIy..11p..ly hhll... o. 1r.1
not to the Mnrle of thoorS, and Is d·ly glos men aamolttioy
1s N cad LUu I OL LdE sfd LU DEl AUL iith m A
f1 ral. an the world a1mb.1. it l al.1 In full p mr th4 tlb
Tb onWObtlhl.tnngth o. 1,I...11nmah p0re lb,..p. 4 ormU.R.
soy shelte prepantlon made In Anwrie..
Pamr-1l par botte, or eta battles ortit44
Itx.hbe..gO~lbabIhdI f" a 1111nxl~leeaallew
pareVod pry sartD trueanoeoWll, Md
.l4 n pll 411 111111,11111,11111
- s u mu 41bl.1 M.71111,4d11llNl4o1d1y1t1l1rawll41Lm.rry lbto.
1I a.I.1.1 ,.t~ . I..Rb.14la ot .mo e011A WeRIoDOLs.
p~tolI.,LUp.. FIL..1,IDbo Ipblbl CPo11. OP 1411.11 nth
only reparation before the publc ha Is lb rrpprd a strlely saint
pr pln~ofmiformemrength. Theltraprip p~·--b:- · wllb.
01 n``an bo v [or, seal n ary r. bola being ual 4my·0ps t
.1 4.b.I~lli· 14 i b . 11R·.171.liMU ll1t~U ,bothl by
1111.1 11lb. bmll.. 114 Io ymi l lb. IIe ol. nI.gt..luab
media rootY, to sr for Nming· tho Mt Impoupnd sod podachng sh
la greatest urative a Utle . kao S orld.
MR The Ohio StaE rutIOl,0. OMRMo,Rthus .pal a f E
Ml. 311a ono 1- equ. 1%. 711d sIo o1.lBU'.1C1nJmpun
W1lb..11,,Erpy.VL In Ni s4 d LMER i L bM tOORcE.d M.D.
put twomoalth only with the very ihrtafyn ffe prmo e upnd m
humpml.l Tfi1.1.bold snsrU on, bet It-M"Mtan·WN by al.
Lora the Was Inthin citr.!
upn llullth oread,. I Wo longer, ad be oonloee that InIU% Sm.r
FROMOrNDIR. T FITOEL. HE rO ORCLD I
stad that It wil are you, te mmtto how long yen heve Mee tlf rf
What Dr. n, Owes rortet Apotecar of rronl yeah.Utndlig
T LUmI. ECL CoI.LEG 84
Mn., Joss B14...lB. r: I bheve lea fo Jsb. 5,101.0.'.
serverepyNat l lt wth   Mecuria Headache and doll heavypin I.h
my Lin·. I alma! alt 6e nmadlseo e li, or - P· di the BsrI .
-. tutus p re r. 2 pe ., T Dh
unilI oedhfona,,thoeMtl o wih rew t
relief than all 3 t the Otaln 1
I b.,....t.4.14 lb. pReR I11omm .db11,ymr~1141M, I. t
Vary Vero " seped·Mpnor artiolo.
ml. 111171lly, Jr. H.OWM N, I.D.
RHlEbMATIS.1M.
Let all these whoare enering under the lgonillqg tortures of Rhos_
rmtiimn th the llowleg and are what alo mayb alasn for those, i
nh). Nise h Itlllbte rsmtlg:
IIE F..1lb.11..ir: Pot thetut thr.oe. I hen
a ~iotat with Rhsnnute of theuvarni csrvr te. i sonar limn I
9the Seta.RgouP. oflplo; I Wind every emdy l could pros. our he
TIs, aOrIGNAe AND nlnrlt .1l I nwalndced t.cueyour
4 pnepentin of amnri. w~, hich hse entnly cored ee M Rh~nt
41e 11-lnd g rI . Lmdm" , eon the1 mP .U di.,p . I be,.
* eer sadd. I lu now t,.l ofpOle forsevera moolhaand b··t a
doubt the curetspermanent, "dconfldantlyrao l8HAI in Min
I Met iedicn. in use or Rhemtin.n
U.1.2-11lb1, Uionlb.17Y. ~ 1111471818
11.0-W. lbI~to llvowotur,.1b1..1,1l111114 b.RTACO
F ROM Did. {3::, . {'RENTISS
I a l11ll6lplb-IB t to yourl1 111114 11 ll any that I br.11n
IL .. ee .:teast I. OII(YIau au of C ug . O nlls , n d l a t'. C
N tly LW, ProrAiNue, F yphL 1. Ch*iI 111 4....
tars theo Indxuti of cur men to consis in a thoroughb change or
e modification of the fluids of the bodywith considerable etwewu In cow
junction with loca treatmet. I think would prefer It to "J tbsr pre
ppntbnof It s. tea la n lM, any phohvd is w ill admit It. an,.
spa le~lns (. a eihe moen "tar I. its amppnuitl.
RapcttIy yns W. T. PRENTISS, M.D.
NOTICE TO FEMALES.&S
John Bolt's 8wpsdW is cuea of the psalei Femle Medial-so
is existence, Io thu nameruou eta wher the ronstutu is ebrPl.
tared, the ano - energy I. Iaseae, when the tart M r utu ere
weak eta d*tamt or era pro wea orpramough0. who~ the a ie seb eta
dUlorlw.Ne rhe Isgth feehl ·nd yielding the spinas troubled dd
depraesd, tM hseiN broken, mind shakes, Rnd aouseqaon q he kAýMppp~
oau dtmy~, thn Itli'li~priin l ·d honesjt
lutorr le the arfamuco of therdutq, braa . t em*os yu, remrv
psmrmtsgurs Lad h toy hfbrrd .d in to bul ..d ak1plln a
W en ladles Rsnare to u b t th t of thi s rddelor, son woold ru
health world tabu Na ppLu of diian, the rary cheek weld Y~aa.1
the palld fate tcos etold bays Imilse ordo tens, red parhoa ·
long Ifs,, In MN of me ct abort by diseas, or made mliwnble hob
continued suffering and Rfll~fon. At t~t crluai purled Llearnd the
Yturn of life" which 1. often U..d..t with s moth denivr, Bail,.
pmachl a 1 I. .aiad M· pprlrd of this 1 5 ,"d -.11 tkleadeaI,
A BEAUTIFUL CLEAR SKIN.
How, we all dmire . dear, beauifulhite skin and s r)·oomy elro
aboo l How-asdow dvotl o be wle wt not possessng the driiseata
eorolllob ~ d,r estisg b ·am WY,...,. wu rub, tont
and cating n terlln , I roomto a.. t.. lunob t
rise ba d~prlnd Wme o, andthat, ton, often it-.with nvnifCa
jury the ble iThetal., Sll'. tsepnl.I. N. be.$onotlo
known It emise the .kle sur o Ne correct d onl tueprlea.
ple.rb out b ealag Wsmf e wth polsosou or deleterious; ratter
nh~eh u .. b else the W che ek a meth pendlnt. be ,
.m log e ·eryr~r t . of hihao, mm61d and ddl. nee - a toutt
sonn· mleta ru R d t .' pl lo, ai dark ms' IdR l
len.. to the bloom W youth.t If the Inian gollr"
cou~Ld be aprin W ".d 1.1 ofthin ke. q wold ahad" the u
of an pal miM t r d W mile., use Ao only ef~etue remedy..
'Awadta - rbs*·mete"ndwi Idtoeenyhlohtb t~·dlu
13E1TE TESTMONY I nu E VEs mre orrra IN FAVOR
talus re. Isuest, Y· ne
Ma. Jan aotrrl here m 1.1. es I. uN· that I Mlln your
Smaup dli. to b the bat arld· tw mnoM rnd fa N a fadsay"e r lor Rd twt I bbr fWM o cna OB'
Tap·rUta, Deeamr r90.1867. JAES M. MOORS
MORE TESTIMIONY FROM DR. MOORS..
Ms. J." mdrl sn slog yearSarsaparill I. erera Dew ases
of Scroful, W .IN hppy .~t I... mw eoadeotit IN o of ten
mat emoeton. e~lrlesetk~t anb made ar Wt dw.
W Wx.Nr, Ey. Feb. 1, 184 JAMES M. MORS, M. D
.11:dW faaey f Bell, SurpdR . it
FROM DR. L P. TANDaf I PROFESHIL OF CHEMISTR IN
naLODVIS h MEDICAL OOI.EOL
I ton hauled W d locil4 IoM Bea,. Dam.Cor
pmM Ex not of brr r·l adaavauw kW. l.
Whuh. oll· faon l*Y6h
He PIW Y . af aaU jaap iiia p lmet of l` IA IIhn I Morel.
SuarI~nadolo 1.W cmkllll o as 90 a, 94.
! hove examined Na ptpta tar Ln lpnub a Uo It coBai,
h..udasol$pPds~a aa Itln to be io o n con, .and~o
weltululted pre cep ltanl I reel.. a an ill tst
'Chi ~ I~lcll I~·UIFPPUU ni d Na .Flue. I·~u~
If bp~oth le lela wW I priests pAL Imtb , & N,,, the ·c
This Mdiae. I . dally Wbam otrnt a bra.
Oft I "lux~an * lr o it, ffom-1 1 tin e tem worth, the f hs o l
Solddiuo r ai Lbo plk.
At hen Frbwlp~. Ome, 1 Ioath Itnt, W by Ns Drggles, ...toy
m th dr aidcoutry
Pam wfhing to ;east " Age ae for N. We of Bull'. aRr.
Ile, will platy ·ddrw IOIIN BU
glI Th. riseryry a1 A 81 Pare etr e. Loais [ls oled nf hllC
Barbprill·, rhhr and tell, .r swfr h l f onIt
J. WIIBHT A M).,at their Paent Medicin, War~hea.
DALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR.
THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINP.-NO Compooon b
aver Meo discovererd that eý "q of a the qoilillr· of thin futon
remoedy. Almartdailpr ..= f rnd artofora unlaora *irtoe.
dieamered hy it repplwation b mw diaee-B l-for it h a r
Wt mse f ite eiaet era kmw ou from -Wendt ':121111,1. lac
S0o deep has baud Ns edenee of . HI~Y DALWIY, thbrede treaty
so edmtnbla tb mmbinetrol of its ingrdinute, Wt~ it la t su itetd ti
rollers Rimate 7*11-11. whichhlr the tram. of m" i. lub~at. Let
tle anerel no aft) 7alkp(BpBý, v oslill of thin nmldyy
Baivr o , aBR KN mptios, Swalln· m pain can aeer, and thde MSS. salt.
anld Mama li . with taarrtmi~~:hgLsdhsit RAMI
8ena1A-Wbsd tbe Bowe seoai l:= d 1.1RayR
it noll rubbd epM1 Nam, will "ýord r av ·mo"m~gni
whlo lS lr Oil, Jnlop ad ·IIother 84 ic1n hsr toiod
tlr1t1--L use n iperleetlq sate l all can-·i it laver _do term..
tle ryR~m ill absorb no more thouia 1 .eorbraireyl it.11 w11.
co mrt with auy modicias that suy be ltake Intsrllp.
Wa Lava noteppaac e mNis p uuh~tla b .namenlt all tle duUW
u rd by DAI IIOil PAI EKITIITOR, Mt r·.·ll sahjnoi a Hw
teutimai ·lcriterrlelecsld hum the thousud.l oar fepea Rhos
from dlpartsoftheao~try
it tra be coneddsoly etatsd that 6Em is no cAua of PILFS 1.iekrea
sot be nroJ E;the PAIN EXTRACTOR. It le c. in reiydyd ui
6 66 66 211 th. pin sad l06sl11.
t J voon Willeame, a re*1Llppl"t of Hanmlitn county Anydd City of Cfnri·
Smtare tha have Lee. troubled . o it the PILE, Ct .o.et eo.p yoar
dunn112.ih tins he11 --Bard mach bodily, O ,,o; IwtI ..h . T
Yf that Uma by CcnRaOI. L tOen·CI, ail tt . m .ramlbun
Ilrrddofitn, bclbt..o nrpa~ ; Irlm0 . to emw L~ il
I ppn!"u"*ld, a.,d inill3 IF-ýdd to awkbe W Of',,
nnul9aC r PAIR XIfRl('TGI:" forIIN the xwtulromplin; unA tronly
uttarlmnrerailtj tmt ~lt anll lira, Ij. nl ovr, and to lb ullý u two
bocce of Wu precilu. Oitmemt t -anlh my cure. Thew :acre I non
will:.:to nmiru oto, should It make the etutem..t of an old rreslllnl my
m e uth..tir.10HN WILLAMMS.
Ci1111ti, 4th month, 1211.
T SIRYSIPELAS:
FoEfyip.A. the PAIN EXTRACTOR ,e .aluhI.. 0110t......
dice ml~~ --it the diw~·w JG ep~r r tar littlp limn. butit l n·lrm u,
nil wll n*-appear f the eems or somaothssrpie. Pbe PaulVvarb.
csdntoA, mpl,0p0orelt o canes of the diwue 211
effectss tho0ougb cure.
Copu none , ea1, d., me mal illi2 2Oe1 16 of N6.,2Y onl AC
hany. Irbbori u der the must ldirtruuinr Eryupelny artended with In.
Naranatlon ofthe giduxy!, and writh bleeding Pile. deeply al.... td,
w.Wh large llnp., Of the siea of b*.u' egg, protrudvlg, and lurg. balel
sorerod m ybody:T urinary totao tplued [ r dal when myl
inotrae beiama intolembbk Yy booms enrLd, and thu roof ofmy
uwas06 ovet1dg d1i1hb6baI.o y taOi myehest, at t61he rCo 611r 11, 1
s constant io ben. a ha cold rtrddnteo t
In this oi.01Ilon1ged fr 1,d1,teath, Andrt vr espeetd ool it.
TRLY DALLEY'S PAIR EXTRACTOR.
DLYshe PIEughtXtoy bbadLbe. ppied ¢TRACTOR C Ib fealtI
mediate caw rhxraver it touched rem, and I Leggd for enough b An.
.it. thoroughlyly Itwesoblba. ,hod oir life Irmod. to :mee
me. To r6601161.e bTii,,.o. tI. cI21 beIven mad. PUIIoe o..it I
twk tem, which seem eare ma. I owie my life bo yealr railmtll i E
trurl, bein,..w w wrong a ever, and have Mrnuss iinrn ··rrl i
the 1 h P 2 ,I o o yea 1849.CIS..I 6 111 10
ERI RNSALT RHEUM.
Thl eertib tht DA 9 PAI N E'IA ACTOR b. bran 66,d toA
16 1s Il.'iSoat R.eum o1 thirtel n year.' duratio661d fg, I C rU.
The., amen disc-a have hasm At eves alleviated ,rs they were both
o Urcly removed. There ran be no doubt but bar Medadine ha all ek
virtue. that the Patent r-alarm.· for it, from what ha fall,. ans' m
olllI6tio6, added 4 the very r11pe1111 le ,6C imOIAI i, i, taro'
othar nho have r~d I ion re· ru"Jnwmnimmuclltt relief I doat
cheerfiilly rerommeol the as ·tnhm of the a.·nictad the nee n( This n
Bugalo, uabte~elN. ve" ROBWE&LL CHAPIN.
COSTIVENESS " m2,,CONSTIPATION OP THE LOELA
' AH I PAIN ppI ACTGII is thIICOiw~rt. nai m~wt celtaio re.
it ,114,l 61,,, 1hi 61. 2Cill op elygive relief tot the 10o,.Cw
"I y Wleds our oen with oaten hmasl upon rbw r arer. I inn*-f1 theytb~
bad Tsed the Oi.tment for other d.6,1a upDn paLY' of MatIC odAL neAr
the bowels, and tier a cpious moremeal Lad reeulwd Goan it 7u res
nltw rlnlwap follow thoroughb rullbimg of lhn &Itnrtor upon the
how fetl when thxy ore restive. Ixt Wo 'pv'i"*l tbe tneJ. It H· pen
y cafe; and:. ono 161.Ap, an the PC i PrEIor Io harm.
PRE NIPPLES.
The 111 s C.Po A RLAAy oi,,ITOEln Ib diAC i a I. remarkable.
Wn know of numerul1 c1.1,, Id Co no116,1 1062, ay that the O62t
menlt will never fail ter mthi" · "rr Pantu~sni(
CUTS.ete WONS hNeSRS
a of our Ag,-.w PoifllojaL T·BIwing ;procuredHl
This will ra1ifP that NEXMereRed DALLAY'S C.R ICI L PAN
EXTRACTO a a rmedyy f 2r Bore 2Nipples, and SlAl-rfly cOo,_As1
itto thew who nayy be Wfiietd wick Wetr mat distrrcui" ranl.ýInlnf
t vl nluxblx artlel to cur. it. Hrt t Y
0 Albany, A pril 1 22, 1MAS RY 1 p h 6 E.
h e to1 F EV1_666.S .
Born fo inanerttify that I hoes be-,' elirted with a invrrlernt, Fens
doll.. fn employ rgnp }ai pun , '"d b ho ·I ut nearly fve hundred
uwd ur rcc smpmled F te cure ; Lot to uo rcý,nwring medicare that are
eo t, l b''ilof nd ried DA LLEY 'S MAGICAL P AIN EX TRACTOR,
hean, to my great lurprill, Lufore 1 hadl wed ono hots hoe f th
Sa.to, 2 y li2 b mow entirly heaoll, an.C I hat. nothin6 0 f G. f 1 bon.
Henrietta, Metres p661, N. Y., la6y 5II14, 1I6 I.61.22742.
CUTS. WVOUNDS AND SORES.
Thu e~ecu ofthe PAIN EXTRACTORars trulywmna·full raY 1
dcee it remove e11 Paine nd w'ae' roil heal the injnry. NOBCAi t
REMANS.Ire uccss i helingoldmorn oflongstading le tm
paalle.Br &'s-About n w.,-k alma while work ou a Illr Jul 1,e acut tap
':ot f¢ n vary hod tal dangrons any, Th. wh~ole bit of thd.. en .
Icerd the to f my foot, Jeer below the bnetep The wounJ bm. to
tlrtiak O 1, Ti~ctoru of Myrrbom and rresl .adhesive platers buutll b
'o purp.. I 6S2o6mm1 e S h, .2, o 666
tal . oDLLEYn'S MbICA L and EXTRACTOR,
tad hu now sntirely IaR m.. ý1Gn ea o .l.
t man cmedssmtl recmmensd DALLEY'S MAGIICAL PAIN ILX
'}tACTOA A. hei g supeI-, b any Wing 1 Mve ever seen tried for re
n l2IlS pets or 612oI60Iat 6,, 61o
To. Salve of ,17,rbt ndl nJePPEie M. lI tot..F" okli
tvenn., At No. 151, where 7 cm giv any b "rymaion dai 1 o
You., truly, JEFFERSON M. BISHOP.
IV'C OUNTERFEIT S!!
All.. COUNTERFEITS J.BOUND !!
All O Iy 5 s d PAIN EXTACTOM n aurit. of
,oALLEY. The wohl e men. who lltem ohat by u1itog
o .r Dae h ey rlbdun Ulsthe pu.to helie- Umttheir uactum.e
Agen Lh •rto Dof pouiuo ar·nclr. Buy of none but our nu°hored
A1TOND TO THE PECULIAR MARKS UPON THE OHN
't4NE AND OBSEHVE THAT THE NAME "H. DALLEY " BE
U VLOPE DA EAI H BOX, AND THAT NO OTHER BE
SOo el Depot for the Uoited Sta1s, whore all ordee Jddrese
dl be promptly eecuted. LH. DALEY & Co.
4IS BROADWAY, News ork
SOUTIHERN DEPOT.
OhnSIPPalEl Dlen th. SO oL. U I IIJIHIANA, ALABAMA, HER.
S .PPI,. HbNTUCEO U , nbOUd be Cy of ST. LU018.
lu the Steeof MISSOURI, bi rom p Lied.
'9 J.OH TIO.T . CO.~
IODA ASH AND PALM OIL-85 casks, for
_We° _ JOHN HAYIAN & CO., 9H Masine street.
IME.2.0 bb1.Thomaston, Alton and Utica'
SLaOe, orsby JOHN HAYHAN RCO.. H9I OHio.1..r .0.
1 I SEED OIL-40 barrels Linseed il, boiied'
O . HS r.w A.OXBATE .. It BIlpaa.nI ..i
!DUBV·~ IIdUI

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