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HOTELS AND BOARDING.
B1 OLAIING.-A small family, or a few aingle
t Ltlllmvn, Pen he ·cco-.bat· with Ii n d end plv unut ltaomr,
,.,,..hl,,~ .,, by aplying a No. 1( hroudelet clt. A few
P'ArY BOANDORB ne a lob.eeeo'uJndwad al" j)31 s.
B OARDING-Several Families can obtain
5.ad., rd "I..rr.nl (0notlAu,1 by 'pplyiYAgt No. 43l 0.
mnneno elt, ,bo. GOinrd, oL.,, tbhy wil hboo wo p..obla hoons oA
.nmorrObl. no N .. o l ly
SAM'S OYSTER SALOON. -This
*{ale : LERo. o eoth allIrtboSoofth.
amd b. Oo Foatl.frjo;t OC~dAS O)TOSFr.
Oi. WOO b.tter known SA50," ho. been -o.,letod with th
boriner in thi cit forthelrt nira yyeery Mal tommaeeed with W
Ybnb,,..i, oybI.im h . ebllI te Oy.n.od on in the doibd Mo
y7 ,j'Sb lb w1 lin Alt Sit d..th,sad hr eolis.d et tlh
.opooioonb seek o prie d non I,.ibledelor
oA.Ao,5o.S lb. pobic fithlbA.0y w the b. in hie lint," Sm"
.ttid0l.dt hb adioS~oefrbatd. .oh,.. lhl.olFNtOrg.. A*Irgymm
ho. y.So~.St o 10 olttl il ph hbAtO 8 N arid providingto BtAR
withtb OIC SST LIQIIIRI that o prt0oIOd. SYtRVANTS,
ell k wa {kareaeelentp hns~hwlroe mployed, IaduNog
VI rrryryb Tb. is 0RD1RR wiltlloooebe-.Solbd with 0.e
Cti0ll.lhT FOH AND OlAIME; aod thl OY81OEOS SER ar oh
0.old ,,lrlirlyftor Lhis e.tbl hmen t I hntaort, m p., or netbwl.
oill W nsared m rstdthi Salton oOtlhy tlh petroog. ttif·blib.ol
So ju]itiou t communit. mbIoo .
CONTI STREET VERANIDA, (formerly
tb0 Coo 110.1,) con00 STRIT, betweoo CGbre,..E
AN I, V. 0005RTT, gent.
C OMMERCIAL HOTEL, situated at the
SonroS OIROD 0 ¢d NEW LOV0E 8TsreT5.-The
1oO ------&O. 0ttb.he~lol to hi. ftleo0. .adth
ypttbl#Oo fr, tlohetS F. OtB, V . fo r a Otiewet. ofthe rso. Sb
}tuna ill be "Iw ye -dy bl reur the p.1&, anod big )Lr will be
w~pplied with the Ehoi-i d wmena ad liqoon.
.Pbly A.DO.. PEplrptr.
1ATESTERN VERANDA, corner Julia
a~ nd cheuoippotelln UtneW-Thams · tfblihmrot~·
15551= t,.tSh...5sln5d Wfsooeq . "mpssS. .shdtion lish
wi4w1cin t. he proprteton wunW rm~t relppetlullbw
umon Wet Lhhlour nrmmm a4 iPonnunent and Traaneat Bwdmr
io a etyy ootnrpeard V h y, hyslpaaoeta the i~lf or this bunle will ooeo tod·Iy the
14th iw4, at 6 r, v., nndrr the Mae or oeyamsolo, and furowhed wCtE
E.eshskat Wss...ss L~sss.
LORE( WC DUNNP' priees.
LADON SPRINGS will be open for theef
,.pti K,.S or Tton R, nt dOsy a1 clue
mpovmea ou ben made Juriog todZ1 x
pn , b . comfortably d.Osssel dl·lr hex
boa ·arunrra, rd the peopnalen muttr t thaM" are mue7
hetlnrprepnmd b va nm natil n hia t t ,El voe .wo. Mo
ti... uponl~ their lttil b· be gla ed al a ·trv of thus whob
yay hsO ristbEersoelS.R5andeHl le.
jn4 epl i f CONNER A HENRY, Pop ions
Iyll. SICn Ipnl '~rd lp Ssnl 1~.1,,(·J /I.I I S
jANDEVILLE HOTEL -This llote1,
1vr Tli.· cmpllon ofvirrtnre. TI1·m Ia rI3AR, 7'F,ý1'` I'IN
RETHId- HDxl SEnt.It loo\ ie s. , i 1 uu ll,. n,,uunalntr lis I"my l',,
.dld,.,, aallssS. ra blll,,,'.il from the city-two ot··ulu
Chyiul bhsesu tIlnily, aod loa Iy Is-Ontl-nra cosnt. The LSH arc
pp at ·nd exn nn, Ly ¢u nxprnrm" "d Imnll. rI the BATHING is the
ne In il. Inlk, ell O r pheslis. Uses . 8nitnIGI S . rin- etrue
fur fumilinr and pnrentr putic·. Trrmu nlodlmtn.
OARO-P IIaY ...................... . ........$cso
. . w EeK ................................. 00··· 1o
jy0 am %. sCOwl A CO.., l',,,I.IC~e
)ACIELORS' HALLS Biloxi, Mias.
Formurl FRANKLIN HOUSL.-PHICSP CANTE.R- 3p
re t qyOin to l.on hie ,Ineod ..Slo,, Sb lir shoS It I,, h
urrr·edSl.~r.y.liOARDERS A gmiTALE~All 55 k~mptsR ,
HAT eupplled rlfh the Bert rf 1IQUUOR8.
Reorlng~sdId~lSla5.eWk.... 5510.·..
Ise dlly.W........:,., Wek............... . . 100
MY 36 rwlm ----
IjADISONVILLE HOTEL.-The eub·ff
11ý 1 r Thor harn leaned tha nhore Wotol, will open th· um· IY
jN a the ,nL met.H., !·rv la r lge a .dairy e, hll ill h ble to im
ronnnafnte tmulii. in a iyy fo'fr alel nunnr. nieti·hie int ooo
t* keep hie table ·uyp~ed wtt every deliruey of the eeaeoa, he hope .so
fen l a fer shr f patronage. Tbeem forBad r
Per Day l'fP... : '""'""' "' B"'d u·... . .......... so..(1
Per Wek ........................ ................100
AtbdL,4h W toh Ib hl BI. BILLIARD I00OOM, ICNPIN ALLEYS
and BAR ROOM. Th. hes arllbe slpulild aith the best of LiqA n.
nryl5 am J. HARGRAVE all Y.
SLOXI eOUSEBEL xIMiB.--Thepub
th dtno ho . ttcILI E PN .6wi upledth ra t.Th 'I ery Hth ay t reoI. us vrtcal fu otl oe stoner de an
la miln ad hldn th an ncnl other house ndo the rout, no account o
NLUlnnnn t etintioaleil i. AL achr to Ihe llia n. lh 141 6
MBAG.NOLI BILIIAEDEBMTE PIN ALLoxYSi, BATIIIIOeq N.
C.EIEE II. nil,.ThIIB. BIekI TI,~ .,c j..,ll~ bys dsinl~u~i
MAGNOLIA HUEBlx
C. N. D I a o E~rl espeerau. Tlnfor·is ·aroldnd d o g grs
and patirlsid, and rLrh p i.bl gelnrl I tils Hotelh,.ll.i.a
Tit or te rreptm o ri tor. T a I rat int io lats ·Uas ara
I htlrnIy IIaptd bAlBlg PARTI3s end. pblc gMAerAing.e BelE
r,,TRLIlAlls II add .· ,itAio
TIr' pyy EAaui..l.Bit 1.111 .laI onr.LoqBE,.
merenl~aan ltdu than to pr v hurran bs the on·crllll o
at that this and eelgh Ho ES an orel~o ·rr m~l O
iBs aCdUBEAi aBAbllB lall llb H t e h
-,-,0... of Bearde n.liaE~- .··
The BARis suppplied wth choie Ligon
Th 1B-RE1 SA WON nd ha pb . Ii thil Hotel.~·ar~
A LIVERY STABLE Is attached II lb. 1otel..
PLEASURE BOATS are kep IERla ,,..,EE tq imAers
Tb.Ekfh~u~tin~lr~i E Il. Ibss .EEEEbNEiE *EEEiosiAEE Elbo lEb,
,,,lbId,,EEBdEIIoilm.,fEold,.,IBo~T onheEEIEBEEPb·
Thankful for the uu· La d paaeone any imilfr m m tn dil W h r, she
VieblUr willb laI.Bded at lb. WharT II lbt Hltel, If tAey Ilify tbe
C Ee. T Sit lbg fEEEEl hb oi, wsil-. prliIBUeY B, ll l.ms
E RKEEN OAKS HOTEL, Biloxi, Miss.
U Th0O famed and popular S ,,nmr .,0rum. so .OUY5 -
known throufg ant the Southern cc try, under the rnmul
mee, fMrs. A LIZABETHPRADATsai'her so . JOHNRH. PRADAT
.it.0tsd abootlo0 mile (ditant from the village of Bilori, ilbe popnd
on hIefI t of InnTr the reception of vieiwo.
Th,'GREEN OAAKS" i.Soo I aal koowo to ed aesxtendd notice.
For many )soh the popularit of the establishmenIt has besn rtaily 11
m-naatn. Th smenaural avmru e ommanding thn tlneetnsler
praywet m the Iwke, and meieiug aka pore alt wean.a na it Bows fromu
the #uU, hove not foied W imprau tavrorbly lip uaoy vllranlrs
Naworleane, Mlobile and the luurgradini( county..
IDariný, the Winter Ella T eu hr ~~la mm mr~rnn
nod ulditii Ti. BTha iBn BLLIARD DO0MSPn a bwrougbhy
*,oo9d odOitd ,psnd SAIL BOATS .iIIh atoll , iaoS at the ear,
bbse of the riItaM, Srelo, bobrgu-.%ICLARET 0thnner.
5IARRIAGRSi aBIIOSSR05O S m 5bo s ,d ns my molnt
In adiio, ths celebratI d BRASS BAN D of Nssbrlons.n i unssgd,
and IIA I, somy be, ,pssIas Lr0u: ,, ,> wank.
Vias,,,o w bog5Ig I apt the GREN CARS, sru requested 0 no
i! th cnpuintro Caw pamear5 who will Imd Lhem at the wharf of
,he IIp5. ... TERMS ..
. .... ...S.b
PerDy...... ....... . . 00
5 'Children d 8ervaoIs, half-price. 157 am
HOLLYWOOD HOUSE, Eastern Shore of
Moile ay FREMAN A SMITH, Proybio.-Th,,
soi wl aml Osvorsbi knio fsr 0 As I ,.pul .sooy,
,1e150d ast airi luorainn, y k Hue wI, ks,, study ,oi' ea, splendd ahnror
b5Id0* Imalto war bathing with ,isfirm .sndy .5,15 , ,s,,.5 reads
running in varllosa drraocianl, with thn u.Lils ·bwhlc of mall lmt,
nednn NaIil one a1 the lasutalrlt plaeu, W ·pud thn warm wee an to Iw
loumd in the Snutham country. The feel of iw having been edda
from throe 0o four mmths, ovary woa,, from the 5,gesnisg, 1. goec
,viddocn of ibt.sIDs Lhs right crt of jlaou.
Tha pnt two 5 eeonSol ooua halt ate ,pylioraIb from the city of New
OrleeMS alma could an reemmawlaed.
Man)), almratioi. end uilitino have bnen msde durinolthe pe t iter.
MOe DIN G R0AO L .much tg. ,nd uSs, now ntIo IH.1dred an
sory paos,. A BILLIARD SALOON .ill 5, Iddsd 0 the o555,
sona..,oaO. Seveal more SLEEPING APARTMENTS have bIS
oreotd.
Tha proptlator wll e untiring in theirforfsto pleat. There II
nor dally coynodtioo h I*·m wit Mobile, cod shartl a new
low be" wi~ rll he on tvho wuW, an d s u loral tripe " dap.
WeILLRD FRERMAN,
AMEBS . AM SMITH.
HIIyswood, SddsBmy. AlA I, My 6, 1869 , yS OmSsW
T UMPB and BATHING APPARATUS,
Newi. NoOrleatu, Wt lv rsolrd e ora and Lone anm
lan
d ýSpudCteaheet vratkpramptlypgpadrepalrgr Ilord
N " . .
NEW ORLEANS DALY trS
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, AT NO. 98 ST. CHABLES STREM, BY 3J. H. MADDOX
V6UME v. WEDNEsDAY fron3RGO; A.GOUST 4. 183. RUBEW 125.
BUSILYS CARDB.
SNDEW, S & 0O., J0HT W., Oommission
Sem..i.nld slppl pampw, 1C €mo.rr ju
L w. sd.ew Le .
mmiridm; Provision
N ON, 3., House, Sign and Oonsnental
CARDE8,b Repairer of all kinds ofFurniture
CONVERSE & CO., Grocers and Dealers in
:_P"'% , Pr Teap, n . .Leek ami r of 14m081 -
I'ARRELL, EDWARD J., Attorney at Law,
. .jia 'Ioneoro 'rmum, No. 6 rr .l.r .nt, NswO. ev,
(iRARY, J. W. & J. A., Brisk Layers and
BaildererN9. M9 Bnoo lerelt, Newlrtatua.
5 4,o yth b wbBIh M
~ ýT,,C74 1h7,, ntyth77. Commekatiu threrh the Pt
dos rwlL meet ( romps di h.
Refs r t o--9. H. R.~R. W. . D. P. B.Or~he s., L . n I
1 BAtBAR & CO., A. F.,.oCommlision oot.
50 7 oo WErsou., 54 I,"4' ComDI ,ht, 1Oew.I0,1."
ANIEL MYE, formerly of Kestuok
Iwos of J~eao., Ailia.,DAtbmrey ars., O el. at Z l~aw Ie~ .w.. i
C~7b 1o, en, eO IOm.,A or OY14 i,, I
0NC7C, 7wON .N0. 0ot7ary 7. d At-!
OE..aNo. 19 EChm re plal,.n. e e
Nd Forol dio5 Mernmt eln O iM r wrbet. _s$ P l,
"RIEFF & 00., A. D. Wholesale Grocers
7.,a .7-3v r ~t ;D.IvzFah~ tet.~ u
Yy I.Nra*ele. ot
cnNrna·i940 hd"N "pl Md . 1 pYt Lxl
HARALSON. F. N., Notary .rand At
Iitoraq ·t Ia.U. aCCnunirioae Lr NaiWpjiid Arktpii
No. &105.7151, P7is, oppaitthe ,7777.77. Ru tO
.. . J. u r. X. r".... 5. AA·1T,
SART & CO., E. J., 79 Tchonuitoulas street,
'1ý waole~l Deonto w°rM o o.,C eit., ape, tr
* AMILTON WILLIAM, Collector, (at Mr.
N.1.11; Hily'e (M ,) No. 91 C~mp liner.
t,,Re. Dr. Sfiit " Dr·rr~r. I~rehr, Fitn.(Weptslav Ja
Ii.; Wml. Ht. oualld, Esq..Munieapo Bell, Second lunisipolty.
my4 flu.
JONES, SAMUEL, JR., (late TALBOT, JoNSs
k Co., 7 tlm7r,,) Gromr o.n4 Fo-wVor7 g 4 orehnt, 46 .odr
stoeu, NewO7Oe. 1,7 r 7y
-1.. K .LLY. I*DDAIw J. "Cle
KELLY & ISACKS, Attornepo and Counsel
K Ion ,At Lw4, Ale7,n7dr p7r11 of R0e.ea, ,L, petl0' tn 1 e
ri he. of .ý ,. Ao7y..., N.hlle te1t7ohe7. C. -m nd Wino.
R..74 To-- I,. ierre 8ol,0. DiuO Ic077 V.r , Co., J.B. Pl7 -
0.77, Co. 70707vo, S 7.4.7,7, 0Yq. 0. 0 77777l y, 1R7oo,, k 1.77,
Hanir & Hay., Mow-, F.atmn,,., 7n1. 1.ue7 k 7I. . ., 0Lo7.
0,,.7.. j.teCtf'
KENNETT & CO., FERDINAND, No. 98
7g7u70e ttA5 of th St. ia 0 Sh.Tg ,r ....L
.lu oo hdd s €.plp itme eltof DROP a Hl BUCK OT nl
BAR LEAD. ta the 8t 104t Mhot Towe. u U
A. w. U)I·· ·D1II >nllY*· c F II-ee·
TONG,JOHNSON & IIATCHIE, Auotioneers
an1 en ren A en. for the rol ·ind pouhe of Re pI EW,'
mbn, Stock ud Noley 97 CommareW paco n I9 6 Onie . .11
NlwO7le0n. 1pll C.m
'OREAU, TH., 151 Royal street, corner of
ToulouseL, Will' and Ge-.m.'Á Fancy A. e, and Perm
sru tore.1· 1
MAtR & ROBERTS, Attorneys at Law, 27
77o ,td7t7. ,0 NewOrle0. m_ _
SH. MEYER, No. 100 Camp street,
W* tr7m7er and d4e0r in Ca WELIY, GOLD0
p lAFANCyNY ATI1 .ad WATC0HI. ASl Jew47y
pA....nI~Lsi~L _ _~.."~
NTICHOLS, B. F., Arohitect, O1ie 27 Camp
tonets. up id .oeauu to famish PiNr for P7hI, 57ild4,
5077I, n ek.,77. , Ndb Npri red U·Lmrio.ow· 71 ll
'.,v" .......... . auebi ,,,n,,.b.A , who r.,7 . with
epp~,a~g ,111 l
wnwtr o f, alaDy. r~raLr· . um.
O LCOTT & SMITH, Attorneys at Law, No:
1_ C it.c R771000. 097e1
PUIG, MIR & CO., Commission Merchsnts,
Pt St. Lou l tn·t, -11 fy
_OMROY, EDWARD HI., Commission and For
P wadig Maeunte7No. N G,777.75eat, N7.Orl707.. 70~
IAYMOND, W. C., Family Grocer, 71 Camp
arut. _ 1 - - N
R ACE &FOSTER, Attorneys and Counsellors
i t 11.w-05l7 145 ,R77e P07ce, ,wOr7lei. mh, IL1
O ETURNED TO THE CITY.-F. H. BAoea,
I TL .ht.(of TRe ,mu ,l1om .lyof Ahm d GerlC ) No.
6l J {LIA STI bT, b·Rwen Cmp Irod St.. OCharles trehb, rtemn
77,,Jinp.N . ARla,70. 1.07.
Nvotary u. , I - Attorney at w.
NS o TARK & CHRIS'Y, Office No. 10 Banks
Ar .nde , 1. .. ....... . _.plo
TCOLE, JOHN, Commission Merchant, Emi
I Ftio. Nd R~mittane.O(ee, 96 Seek PI.- 419
M. L. POINDEXTER has been appointed
SGovo Fo CO)MMISBIONIER FOR THE ATE o0
cOOLFF, SAMUEL, Importer of Wines,
Bra 7,dt ., etc., .d G0,er l Commi7iou Me7 hnt, No. ci
C,,,7.7,7,7_ _ __ . 7n77
WiILDE, JOHN P., Attorney and Uounsellor
s".t I dw, t G7anivertretl, NewOrleaI,. d'J0 y
r J.rumv rr . ___ J wtoT
W7CRIGHT A. J., & CO., Cotton Factors and
I 7 Commirlon and Forwarding .l.7baatt, 67 Gm0i0 rt. 1l1 ly
' . )N AVI n. _ - r"1. r. war -ran.
WATERMAN & RO., J.,I and
Whole7aeDe0lerli Horder-, Cutlery, Steel, Nill,
ec. (sign o7 te, 77.1, 7No., IC HM .47s... ,. ....f. c ,nN
0rlerme. es .'7h
MEDICAL -CARDS. '
M I L A . TOA. C. &. L. HENSLEY, 46 Canal
D"R.. J. F. SEGUIN, office at Thos. Rankin's
Drg EStre, IomEr oolamp and Puydmll se.O.. Re.idencNo..
l07 reaer tte nea coder f S. Charles afot . rays
W K. F. FRYER & W. A. WILLIAMS,
*NDIAN DOCTORS, cure al curable OonO and uoo ]
diw efrce wmeanc eea oficNo S l
..44,,o , No. FRENCHMEN STREET, Third
Ditte, is 0.,N.w 1nOI*O5.. L. J.S0 IgNWtl
MERDICAL NOTICE-DR. LOCKWOOD, who
W..k ob0.i10d opS Oua BIthiosl* louI.iI. Kcdy., oand MU
Io.,~e ,f 00. S,,.lO 0. YELLOW}
FEVERS, as,,0l .althe [.oIIlowidite.105 REO.,0o, F11. 1:
Tic DonoI.'1,.,. 0,o,,O1E., PFoll.e Haps or L.Ier Coetpl.0,
,OriHo.fd deatsI0 NI . I·8 l5tio,1 o1., t41ltergl Vaera Nl,
numeryde dieeeotiooe lest winter in the PMddcrl Cdlag, togethm -
A ADIAL h CURE OF can a Shiblt,ab hint tting
',,,,.,i.110101 0, lt( oo,, 0, 0Ol~·YdjO..,d,,00l90,501 -
m of hi,,,, o,,,poei11n0
themwy diwae pour · te out, adbtilit thei anr··
rls o.l io oy eah ss9ilg , ilh, C o It hi t fOrso-Pd. l o t
0,0.1,1.,y " po..io, of, ,,,,ooo,,bleeý, l.0.,i,0010000,aII.
Oglra CIU nnpaana aTtietwaa Podrwnnd Per be.l··~
Gcoorrhwat et, no be obtained at the omc at 8vs doiiar per ottIS.
lr the r0,0,0.1 tre djlm ootao, ppdwl ,.p.nen11a101iy p11abse[ r..t
U.IYIISUUI. The graatetr··9 n xl be ·Lwmd t bll ul. j
,lrAOOr h,,ooefromga. ti.nr 0, o. Ies
uADICAL CURE OF CORNS, without cutting
i o le r..lrattn.--Ur. RasNBERO, tioln Wnnnr. themllilr
.1.104 u honor to nnno.'a to the1l001.s and aentienln, and
the lunhitntelt in gg I.~, of this Ines, that be unduittlol the toil1
b t, Lion O[CotooS iSA UT0..d.BO Nl ererhlllfId0
or between the Toae, WITHOUT CUTTINN, by meola of en EIW(LRI
of hie ownnsoollnrilu.
11u operaio o y pee.1,110 1 o 0 F. Sit- mioin. , h the
T lenett png a.ul th. pntieli mny roenma hi drer and otappnhon oith the
001. IA,,on of Onn lig to. C 0m or Root ihie , hood.
Dr. isHd in pownUion o, 0, ,rot ,,l.Ir po ttring .ImolniI~
emlc l mnrrtohr foreign par, end by dietlnylibnl P 1.1
,. l ao( Slrpaol, hhih ovre been Qlsnn twelr· monthsaftr the curo.
The bos, wilvil Flea attendancx dally Iromhaigpatninen st ll d[-jne
seven in the alorning, and f om one to ulna in the alternoon at No. 1Ta
R(OYAL STREET, between Toblonre and St. Pewwesrae . mhll ly
RiA. FAlNE -TOCK'S VERMl FU- E ho -Tlhel(o
IAFEST AND p OST EFFEyCTUAL REMEDYo FOR WORKLE,
B ONE FASV BEEN ISCOlVENED,-Ca otoin 1 ongi of
rho , y v olnolary teetimanlel of it eflid cy and popalnrr. om
Dr. lli l I, 1n eminet practitioner of ,iplepTipp0 h CEE00I, 00,,
tited ,an1ory 9 O, 0 1 L 0
,ll:-,-oldB. A. FiiOo voc,, Ca.-lol men-I hao e red yoour
VVnllifugo for seven or eight years, and am well pleaed ith it eleets
h Iva fruynentlr sorn Gem 5U to l hi M lls 47 long W'orms coma fromt
10ch00d, from 'kmg. I ulie 00 MOIN ie ORIrior.
NOYTIAN ly, J.EB.E BAU, A. D.
Li! BP".WAA. OF COUNTERF~EITS AND IMITATIONS.-The
prup'1.tore Nava cloptnd~n new wrapprer, which i. n baltitul Ilaal nn
omioo, toloII1r,,o doeibili U ofo i,...
}$1 .oogaole b000ll 4,oy, 0,le Dreg1gg4, ins,, Nd0Orlsnl, end by
merchaotrpanrnll} throughont thle Strata. Iyl9 Im
i AL. P UMEDICINES, PERFUNERY, ETC.
DThe eubacriber wonaY nlppaetblly cnlltha nttenrion of Platys,
4 nd Fnm lie hi. recently r. TeiSTO No. I, compriedI0er
4 line 10000, i ral of Nol. h, on e1 lFninntiooB be
" fond dFEHFRESH and aENU[NENE: be would pnrtieuln 1,s the tw li Aloing,
yin: English qq seine~ Hownrd'e Illae Ainu Hy dP folphe
0 the, Tllph ihod,, CadL,01, o .i . ho 00,, 1,,,4,e.f Lime;
0ouN sad iJO,100 l , 00, oHauelI,,1 Pntoeg, 11edic,,o, , Io EOIO.,t
babnrrels pore Hoo , etc., W. THOS. oo.IN0
1 Yd,1 ".Eel" and ·· thY m nor C,,io. pvdrae.".
BONE FELON OINTMENT-Certain to give
cello( i trml to Bl Amin, 116 LOCUB iaidclsn 1 1 U11 lr
tn.ý moneyc rutumenl. Sold rat l pry bu:. Also, ALVE F[OR BILLLS
Tr.aild In liJO UX.,,a, mty ct rb For asle at
)ala sil ' P . Rug TICAL7NE DETFSTT.
04PTIAN EYE 3 ALSM.-D.00-,
k H I~ kavioq had shirt r C E4e terien odu. E thew
pa iHIatllbl. remedy for a M C ommonputatmmg wo the
u th , e( of fiica.. TASL* . odin, cCUTER A o W AEcRS, 1 .. .
7 [n, y, n-, dthre mr cured mn tea wank.; " moo of thin oily,
1.«iag alone blind for ieight lnuntll, woe resmrwl I. the eight of ono aye,
1Uthee« wank.; n Seat .an who slr·)-a need a ,«ee fur tinyy·U. rears,
hy""uotugonly~ ooa drop, wee condad Wo rand the uuwepapny whhoot
9104 .1110 by ,agblo dItlw hour atty1.
s, e Infrmruntonof throe day. cored by one singe drop. It 10q0 a a
ja hlillinnrya to lh rvc. od rata strength.. thle eight.
L-9 Non. Ind CIRnnUSST nyl1 19
J L. PLOUGH & SON, DEN
id C. TtSTS, No. T Carondolet street hut.Cal
and J.E.M. s Irrau, New~rleaa wo¢dld mnet re
x Iprrthulv trayrm thou frriends and' - p lblic tbat A.
I., P W UGH, Sr., will heoeeforth sttand to the pp ariea oY bi prvtwiwu
ýr" in thea rlt?-, at the above place; ad A.I·. PU)OH. tr~ ?UL will a n
td th« town. of Thibodann, lntfourcha, whore be now rindes They y.
ar pnmdtladdnrefrr to the followrjgentleman: Thouw Child., Brevet
on B lrig. Gen. U. S. A., Tamna Beyý F; Geoe. L. Cuneac Co**pn ýCkrntl
IsTaaa ;Bthoop Lemntda polt Urourabe;J.W.Tucker trw. Leou en.i
is Pmbes J. L rdda11 &eq., N Nnwbleaon; H., ,NNnwOil Sb, e
, f t.a'mq o+ý Esq. 1We L; Dr. L.Mm
.h~d, tiwvnllLs,; D Cd. u$ 1,Asca -4 L my~s
".ANFOII%
PRACTICAL DENTIST,
Cron~kfY China and 6ilaasneare
Ro. FEL~L 85 C0. 84 Common etreet,
57 P .Nlwuree mperu .ý» md m Whelew. codd
Rata.I.APB Platd an, AA E) R8CNDE
Ng 6ICK. TABULF CUTLERY, yAPNNED W AD R1C EM.
" o w gifted o*ýllow pio., al wkw l the ptv*( g lye
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, ETC.
ALSE-Sooteh and East India Paoe ~, I
A RROW ROOT-100 packages,for sale by
A ETATE PURE CARBONATE an4 OXIDE
ýOTTLES-60 iampers English Porter LBot
tl. I Mtan andl fmr S A1MwL OLrF,_ .5 C1lEC.p
ACON SIDES-7 casks in store, for sale by
JS STONE & WALWORTH, 6 sTphoapitoElm EEt.
"ACON 8IDES-7" casks Sides, in store and
fR ,el. by . STOWS & WALWOOT., 96 Tbyhupioulr t.
ARLEY-26 kegs, for sale by
lyl ya ..L HAST A CO.75 1Tnho ,E1,nll0rE,1
SACON.--36 casks Bacon, Sides and Shoul
d"er., 4 a on e , IMnopito ustr
O ACO'B--40 casks and tierces Shoulders, a
ebyp [ jyla SONE I WALWORTH. n6 Tho pit0mltreEt.
1t1TTER-20 firkins choice Goshen, ex Em
. re City; 50 kgii do. S. .. nlo, .i St. LoiEi.l M7=ai.tO, fo
--]_, by (101 [.] A.0. ORIEn' ACOS O. 4440Old4 L.ee..
StORANDY-20 half pipes Poultny, landing
e tb~k AL.sld, fro E rldelAEEfr y..A bndl, by
]4|. , mAMdJSL WOw.!' e9ýsmp street
.15 - -~- L.CElO,0
-UTTER-15 firkins new Goshen Butter,
. Iding from ,msmblp WE. Pen, fora by
e . E.. HART a CO., 15 Teboop.I,.rleeL
CANDLES-Sperm and tar, for sle by
j J. ti. CARTER . CO., I0 C En rt,
CORDIALS-100 boxes assorted extra super
( 0Madfrby SAMSUEL WOLFF, EOICEEIOO.
-OD1ISIH-200 oboxrfreeh, tor sale by
a -lO 5 J..CARTco5 aCrnowandin
CLARET BOTTLES-20 baskets for aUle by
ylE9 T CONV0.RSE & C0,s T tbesauE1 EEtr.at.
C-ANDIED CITRON AND LEMON PEEL
I . r , .IOby E. J. 1IART A 001, L TWFbElIOm streetL
ODFISH--100 boxes new, for sale by
. s--. o. . H. CATAR T CO., 13Cow istre.t.
OURRANTS--0 casksr prime, for sale by
jylis A. Dr b IERFA CO..9.whd Oaoldevee.
..IIAMPAGNE--100 baskestq Colbert, land
-_./ Eg Sbip SO o4 SEb, frs Havre, a]r.- by
dmylis r 0. WOLFF, 6 Cmpe reet.
(!MERRY BRANDY-10 quarter casks, No.1
5114d 4, .051015, 4 0reo for SlAEL 0 1 0 , 9
R-13 sacks corn, now landing ex
Harry l Obdl d Ohio, Ad for ls Alb;
CHIAMPAGNE-100 baskets; 50 do. Kernel,
j 0.. in 4 stre lan hr e Oby
y- ___ I bSAIMUEL WOLFF, 0 Camp street.
CLARET--50 cases Cantenac; 100 St. Ju
- is; 0 0 st. EEp,, far le by
? SAIbIE?. WOLFF, 05 CEIp sIy .0.
N--20 -276 sacks Corn, landing ox steamer
SJr. -TONL VHALWORTII., TabhooiWosloio rl.
CbIGARS.-50,000 Havana, "La Patria,"
,cl.tyr ."Wanderi Jlaw " "Two Brao."L"s Crusi4s," for
-l-y JYlOS] r. -ENS0TF A CO.. , SEaF E. .
COW PEAS-100 bags 'fresh Carolina Seed
CjEl . , A. F. lCI RAB A CO., 7 TehnpbtolulEtreet.
CHItAMPAGNE-100 baskete Colbert, now
| Wtndng e: ship sBrunwkk, frm Havre..ad for Jude by
SI JiAMJPAGNE-100 baskets Kenncll, land
i ling e. hiel5chklcr, ,or sale Iby
1cSAOWAML WOLFF, SE Camp b,.L
D RIED APPLES--5 bbls., for sale by
.y..l . . . HART A CO., 79 l oopoIt. to
RUGGISTS' GLASS WARE-A larg vari
ty. for.aels by E. . HART & CO., 19 ThoplOol. .Trel..
T RIED FRUIT-6,000 pounds Apples and
aod FDaoheh for sole by y b
jyl4 A. D. ORI[PF CO., y'.o44 Old T.ae.
E XCHANGE ON LONDON-At sight or on
Sin,. for 0le by JOHN TOOLS, 9s k rl.. Fo
FIRE CRACKERS-500 boxes No.1,for sale a0
by [isso] A. D. GRIFF a CO., and 40 Old Lv....
FLOUR.-lO0 blls. "Cold Spring" Flour, A
now andi. e, I1ha o WAad tr sle b
jyl STONE A *iLWORTH, 8' lOsoIillStret.L oh
FLOURB-148 bbls. St. Louis Flour, landing
,' ..t0.00, lmovdt oOO r. no
S r fy93 STONF & WALWOBTH. 66 TehoapltlutMIw te ap
IRE BRICK.--50,000 English' Fire Brick,
lndiPg and for sal by JOHN HAYMAN & CO..
jy|. 9S \rlpa a rrtestr and 2 lgny Builiinbqh
EIRE BRICKS-200,000 English, Pittsburgh
and P,,0Pala, or bylb
jone Iel. o A. DEboaVSAOCO.., 71 in.trut 4
IN--60 boxes extra Scheidam, in store and l
fU orle by [jeo] SAIMUEL WOLFF, .s Campstreet.
H AMS-SO tierces Stagg & Shay's and Duf- ot
y Ill, for NV E & CO., 95 T ehapOloo,, .,,y,
__ -- .-------- - _-- to
JAPAN, COPAL, TURKISH, IRON AND
DEMAR VARISIIFS, for sale by [jyl4] P. L. MSSEY.
K ENTUCKY MUSTARD-200 dozen, forsale o
to .0. 5O0ART ACO.. 19 T.Ooiteot.I.O.st. Co
LINSEED OIL-20 bbls., for sale by
L men J. H. CARTER & CO... Commo oreot. ti
T IMiE--1000 bbls. Alton and Utica Lime, for aI
,e _by JOHN HAYMAN & CO., 9R Magee sket.
IME--2000 bbls. Alton, in good order, for
yle by JOHN HAYIAN & Co.. 05 Oyhoioe.skt. 01
LARD OIL.--50 bbls. Lard Oil, in store and
yfurleby STONE & WALWORTH, 86 Tehoupitoula.tr.et. t
LARD OIL-o 6 bbls. Lard Oil, in store and
for .al by STONE & WALWORTHI, 86 TehoupitoOAt. 01
ARD OIL-50 bbls. No. 1 Cincinnati and St.
Louis manufacture for Cale by 0
Je^5 " J. H. CARTER & CO.,13 Common |troet.
T 1NSEED OIL-Boiled and Raw, English and b
American, in casks and bar, for sale by)"
Aeds J.H. CATR & co., a Commonstreet
TEMONS-LEMONS-For sale, a few boxes t1
fine fresh Le.5oa.. Apply to
tl __ _ _ fARELI& CO.. 94 Common. sAt.M.
ONDON PORTER--50 casks Barkley & Per
kiha', quaru; 50 ddo.o, plot bottled by Maetti & Son, for tale
T ARD OIL-10 bbls. Lard Oil, landing ex i
J / t.! Harry lilan-d for Cale bv
y lSTONE WALWORTH,086 Tehoyppilo etree.t. e
3E MON SYRUP-100 oases, for sale by
L 0yY E. J. ShRT CO.,T A 00,10 T ohony.l.0re1
LINSEED OIL-000 gallons boiled and raw, t
for snnl by J.H, CARTEI& CO., 13 Ctmm,olo, tlAe.
M ADEIRA-Quarters and octaves, for sale
Viby [jos l SlAMUEOl WOLFF, 95 Cnomstrct.
SCKEIEL--150 bbls. No. 3 Mackerel, for
.01, by [ley] 3.00. CaReRER CO., 3 Camoonet.0. t
ACKEREL- 1000 packages Nos. 1 and 8,
barel. , halves, h artterl ad-kltt, . or sale by
.e 0 J.H. CARTER A cf., 1 Comma street.
SADEIRA-100 eighth casks A. F. Junior,
60 5l4tapth kask ,dlo., i.n or and for .al by
SjyO &s AMUEL WOLFF. 95 mp street,
100 tboesPbelpO'.EttindiA .a rore.rtieles, in ato.. nd for
.Ina y [J.94] 5OllOL WOLFF, 4 Ooop.t set.
I EW CODFISH.-O00 boxes in store, for sale
Smhn JON0 PItCKLO, 4 Tehonsoola. street.
DORT WINE-50 half pipes Offley, for sale
,y by [jt.|] sAMUEL WOLFF, 96 Calnp .tret.
PEPPER-800 bags inbond, for sale by
P 4 E. J HART & CO., 9 Thouptoatas .1tr5.1.
TORT---0 quarter casks Ofliey Port, in store
and for esi by • [[jel] SAMUEWOL FF, 96O Campytr0et.
SDORTER-London and Dublin Porter of su
pa y brands., for le by JOHN 0 qOL, 5 L Ba5 k PlaF.,
DOWDERED RHUBARB-300 lbs., fr sale
hy [eit] P.FL.U 0EY.
- VDOWD-REI. IPECACOf superior quality,
OUR KROUT-20 bbls. Northern, for Sale by
jlt8 A. D. GRIEFF & O.., o and 4 Ol ,Ivoe.
SALERATUS-60 packes, fosale by
"7 ..... . ...IIA._ll, CO. , Tlbol pi inlu ,t.
S QAP-200 boxes Winchester No. 1, for sale
ye b Iy _Jy. lis0] CONVERSACO.. 97 Tchoupitoyol,.akee.
SLPERM OIL-2500 gallons winter, for sale by
it'll59 _ . H. ARTER T CO.O 13 Common ooo.t.
SALT-Liverpool Salt, to arrive, greater por
Stion fi, for eta by JOHN TOOL.E. $ Bank Pre.
jn56 i. H. CA rsa & CO.. 13 Common street.
TAGG & SHAY'S HAMS-Constantly re
eyi ud09 d J. HART a& C. 79 TehouItoola skeetL
SUGAR PAPER-30O bundles, Bodies and
d 1.,0 6t. ir5SD. K003TT 0 C0., 00.10 .utno.su.L
* ALT-To Arrive--For sale, a small cargo of
- o., eand raO Ye ft. sat a5o e, eHN. TOOLE, 95 Bank PI5..
UGAR-100 bbls. owYork and Philadel
1 h ph Crased ad w a Tby
1 so O5VS & Co., , Tohovptovot.&l t.
e. QHERRY-60 boxes Romaro'e Pale, 60 boxes
yAo e do.,lo 5oo: MosO ool0hosn ..5 d t. by
y eAMOfEL WOLFF, 96 CE.0mp t.
SPERM OIL-2500 gallons Winter and Spr-ng
. eohleachad, n s .kH. d artR O, l, uL., m t.
i to. J..H. OAT.SS & 500., i1s .SOL t.
DAILY CRESCENT.
oJ otaZL J oaa.A
OB H 00U ONSOLIDATb D CIOT Or NEW OiLANBS.
OPPICIAL. a
OUBRNAL OF THE B TAIT aow. R . c
Sao arv, July 48,186.'
The Convention met psnuanttt d jbaiernmet. w
T he tev. Mr. Crenshaw opened the preoeededag With T
prayer.
Present:' Ion. D: P. Itenner, Presel~t of the Codven. t
tion, in the chair, and eighty-nine delegates..
On motion, lnve of absenee wae granted t6 Memr. C
Bernard, Moen, Dorsey, Thibodslt,Jenninge, Byrne and
Donglans. tl
Mr. Connely having on yesterday voted in the iajely d
on the motion to lay on the table the report and zesoda
tion of the Committee on the French Treansation of the
Codstitution, moeed for a reconesderation of the sme,
which was grnlted. e
The resolution being before the Convention,
Mr. Cotton moved to strike out in the Same the words
"four hundred," and to insert in lien theteof the words
'two hundred."
"Mr. Connely moved to strike out "four" and Inser
Mr. Collens moved to strike out 'four" and insert
"three." .
SMr. Mrtln nalled for a dividon of the questio, which
was granted, and the question belng on striking on was
Sp ,Ihe... ye .:-. . °..
11W qeomtetlnl then en thaieptiee.ef the phepo.
sltion of Mr. Collenato inert thre huandred Was dedlded
in the negative.
Mr. Richardeon, of St. Mary, then moved to strike out
"four" and insert two hundred and fifty," which mo
tien prevailed.
* On the motion to adopt the resolution as amended,
Mr.Connely called for the ye and nasys, which resulted
as follows :
'lesurs. Anderson of St. Landry, Akenhead, Avery, An.
drews, Armant, Bradford, Benjamin, ileard, Bienvenn,
Boudounqule, Boyer, Bullard, Campbell, Collen, Cotton,
Conrad, Delony, Deciouet, Dufour, Dugue, Edwads of Or
leanuEdwarde of Wishington,Eggleston, Oardere,Onion,
Hatch. Hiyes. Hernandes, Hunt Isamoke, Rey, King of
St. Landry, Leeds. LeBlanc, Lobdel, Lyle, Mathews of
Orleans, Marrero, Martin, Mather, Monge, Nihabdl Ol.
vier of St. Mary, Palfrey, Paxton; Preana, Price, P.aseon,
Richardson of Ouachita, Rtlhardson of St. Mary, BRiner,
Riskt Rosellu, Roman, St. Paul Swasey, Shaw, Smith of
West Felleian., Smith of Winn. Sibley, Stewart, Tatman,
Vllere, Waddill, Williams, Whittington and Wiloonon
67 yeas. ..
Moines. Anderson of Carroll, Addison, Besaneon, Beale,
Castellanos, Connely. Daleres, Doeson, Farmer, Harris,
Hargis. Herron, Hebert, Hedges, Jourdan, Jones, Leefe,
King of Jauoeon, MoMlllen, Mathews of Paint doapee,
Oliveir of St. Martin. Parham,Plrerce, Pugh, Reeves. roy..
den, tonquillo, Robinson,: andidge, Stes, Stewart, Smart,
Scarborough, Shelton, Simms, Talaferro,Thompson.Todd,
and Van Vickle-38 nay.
Consequently the motion prevailed, and the resolution.
as amended, was adopted.
Mr. Smart moved to take up a motion made by himn on
a previods day and laid on the table subject to call, to re
consider the moellon to adopt the additional article offered
by Mr. Benjamin on the 16th inst., concerning lands do
nated by congress to the State, which motion was loot.
The following named delegates asked and obtained leave
to have their votes recorded in favor of the motion to re
consider. vi :
Messr. Richardson, Todd. Hatch and Smart.
Mr. Priore offered the following reeolnton, which, on
being read. was on motion adoptep.
Resolved. That the Committee on Contingent expanes
lie instructed to inquire into and aseertain the mopeqt of
per uiem due F. D. Letis, as Messepger to the Convention,
and to direotthe paymene of the same.
Mr. Hunt, on behal.f of the ohmnittee on the J.diciary,
submitted, as e. soV.rpor, th}i following arMUtle, to be
taken up immediately aitor the report of the Co atnttee
on tlh Judiolary shonld hiote ea didposed of, to.e- :
Artiole 82. Thle Judges of- the severl nterior courts
shall be elected by the duly. qnelfle` voters of their re
spective Districte or Parishel -
Art. 83. tleottona fol..g.NdgA UhLiboutabeOthef neat
Mondy in Mach of the year 1853, and of every second
year thereafter.
Art. 84. The Attorney-General shall be elected by the
qualified voters of the State, and the Distriet Attorneys by
the qualiled voters of each District, on the day of the
election for Governor of the State.
Art. 85. The Legislature may determine the mode of
filling vaeanrels in the offices of inferior Judges Attorney.
General, Distrlot Attorneys, and all other otiers not other.
wise provided for in this Constitution.
The President announced the appointment of the fol
lowing rommittees:
Committee on Districting the State for the Supreme r
Court: Mesirs. Herron, Phillips, Swazey, Richardson of
Onachita. Harris,Pierson,Blonvenu,Talbot,Connely, Brad t
ford, Price and Eggleston.
Committee on the Frenhh Translation of the Constitu
tion : Messrs. Dufour, Preaux, Olivier of St. Mary, Lapeyre o
and Gardere.
ORDER OF rlie DAY--r:NFIN'IetlE BUSINEss.
The Convention resumed the consideration of the report
of the Committee on the Judiciary.
The question pending when the Convention adjourned
on yesterday being the amendment-of Mr. St. Paul to ar d
ticle 81. B
Mr. Runt, on behalf of the Committee on the Judiciary,
offered the following sub-amendment'to article 81, which
wasunc epted by Mr. St. Paul in lieu of the amendment
offered by him.
'The Legislature shall have power toincrease the num
ber of Sheriffs in any Parish." '
On motion the above amendment was adopted.
Mr. Bienvenu rpoved to strike out in the original article p
the word "' two," and to insert " four," which motion was S
lost.
Mr. Smart moved to strike out in the original article
the following words: ,Unless sooner removed," which B
motion was lost.
iMr. Hatbh moved to insert after the word "Sheriffs,"
In the amendment offered by Mr.IIunt, the word "Coron- b
eor," which motion was lost. B
On motion the Slat article was adopted as amended.
Mr. Palfrey having voted in the majority on the adop
tion of the 81st article, moved for a reconsideration of
the same.
Mr. Huntemoved to lay the motion on the table, which
proposition prevailed.
Mr. Whittington offered the following additiona artl t
ele, which having been read, was on motion laid on the
table :
Article -. The Sheriff may be required to renew or
augment his security from time to time, and in default of
giving such surety surety or eeties as shall thus be legally re
ireed of him, his ofie shall be deemed vacant.
The Convention the-took intoe onasideration the sub
report of the Committee on the Judiciary, as reported
this morning.
. On the 82d article of said sub-report being read, on mo
tion, it was adopted without amendment.
The article 83 being then taken up and read as follows,
to-wit: I
Article 83. Election for Judges shall be held on the
first Monday in March of the year 1853, and of every see
ond year thereafter.
Mr. HIebert moved to insert the word "Judges"
the following words. " Sheriffs, lks, Recordere, Coro
Sers and DiUtrirt Attorneys." et
Mr. Nicholls moved to lay the a dment on the table,
which motion prevailed.
Mr. Connely offered the followiig substitute for the
abover article :
Article 83. It shall be the dutyof the Legislature to fix
the time for holding elections for all Judges at a time
which shall be different frone that fixed for the general
elections of the State.
Mr. Martin moved to strike out from the above substi
Stute all after the words ' fied ior," and to insert in leu
thereof the word " Parishes". which motion was lost.
On motion, the above substitute was adopted without
-. amendment.
e Mr. Benjamin having voted with the majority on the
motion to reject the motion made by Mr. Martin, moved
for a reconsideration of the same, which was granted.
The proposition of Mr. Martin being before the Con
vention, Mr. Benjamin moved to amend the same by
striking out in the above substitute all the words alter
" fixed for," and to insert in lieu thereof the words "all
other elections," which motion was adopted.
Mr. Coleons then moved for a reconldsration of the
substitute offered by Mr. Connely, which motion prevailed.
The substitute being then before the Convention,
IdMr. Palfrey offered the following amendment to the sub
stitUto :
No election of Judges, etherof the Supreme Court or
of the inferior Courts, shall take place within four months
before or after a general election.
On motion of Mr. Collens the above amendment was
1- laid on the table.
Mr. Herren, then moved to minet after the word
"Judges," i "Mr. Connely's subsitate, the tollowing
n words, " and Iustiees of the Peace."
On motion, the above propositiot wu tId on the table.
On motion, the substitute was re-adopted as amended.
ug The Convention then took up artleee 84 tad 85 of the
. ub-report of the 9ommittee on the Judiedry, whiet(
hatiyngdben pv s, on motion, severally adopted
ithout amens met. "
Mr. Waddml fiec.e the fbllwlag article, which having I
eeusoed war, on niou, fa o the tsble, twt i
The Legldature elUsl preede by Iw, fr as aintef bsage
or circalt- syitem betwee" the Judges of the laerior de
Courts of the highest odgiqgijaJrisdlataio
Mr. Olivier of StMary, reod thefellowingadditionalui of
articlees, which s as fllows, to-iit: M
Aiticle -. The fliet'lLegisture ssbled under this A
onastitqtIon dshll divide the Siltstelnadleia.lDetricts, TI
whlch shall remain anebanlged for ight years, and be
rsublet to re-otganintioa every eighth yelr tereipith, Ia
The number of Distice shall ott exceed twoeve. ' or
each Distrlet one edge shall be.elected. Bntia thi Di. D
trictn which te City of NewOrleasu is situate tie Le-.
gislature shall havepower to a.tablish }s many Dikhiet
Ceourt as the publie Interest may require. , I
Art. -. Each of the aid Judges shall receive at stated ae
times, a lar tope fled by law,. which shall ot be 01
dlmttnihed during histeem of olele, and which ahdlnot Pi
be less than three thbusand dollars per .ttm,
Art.-. The Judges df the District Counts shall hold qi
their offices fobr the term of eight years. The Judge rst Is
elected shall be divided fato four elasses and the term of T
o1Ree of each class deteimned in the hodes prescrihed hi c4
article 67 of thi-Constitutien.
Art. -. The District Courts shall have ociglnal juris- l
dlotion in all evil cases, when the amount in disputee
creds - dollars, exclusive of Interest .In ill criinal'
eases their jurisdiotion shall be unlimited, andthe Regis
latnre may provide fo their jurisdiction in all, mstteM
conneoctd with sueasionss.
Opntheritof the. bovearcles being talken p and t
read, Mr. Lobdell moved to strike out the folldwlag
'w64skwset aunter.es Distrlets shels l. am e
,6n Ptlqs the artiste and amenateent wese laid pa thel
ahidles.
Mc. Ollriee, of St. Mary, thea wlth-vew the ethellese
Onmotion 6f )ir. Onlon the Convention took up for
eounsidradoon the report from the majority of the .iom
mittee on the eglslatlve Department, paragraph b} par.
agrapb, to-wit: et paragraph:
A.tjle . Rlepreseetation in the House of Repte als
tivseshallbeequaland uniform, and shallbe reg.tlaed
odaaseortained by the totl population of each of the
several parishes of the Stas. Eah partisl shall ae 4
least one Repeesnu tative. No new psrishhall be ted
with a territoryless than ix hundred and trs-lsve
square miles, nor with a population less thai the fell
number entitling it to a Representative, nor when the
eenation of such new parish would leave any other parish
without the said extent of territory and mount of popua
lation. ,
Mr. Simms moved to strike out in the above paragraph
the words "six hundred and twenty-five," and to insert
in lieu thereof the words "'four hundred."
Mr. Herron offered the folowing ciubstitute .
" Article 8. Representation in the House of Representa
tives shall be equal anuduniform, and shall be regulated
and ascertained by the number of the qualled electors.
Each parish shall have at least one Representatile' ,o.
pprisl shall have more than one-fourth of all the Repre
sentatives. No new parish shall be created with steri
tery le7s than six hundred and twenty-five equare miles,
nor with a number of electors les than the fol haumber
.entitling it to a Representative, nor when the creation of
such new parish would leave any other prish wlthoutthe
said extat'ofoterritoy and'numberofelector.
Mr. Todd moved to postpone the further considetation
of the above report..
Mr. Swaeey moved to by said motion on the table,
which motion prevailed.
Mr. Swazsy then moved to lay the substitute and the
amendment on the table, which motion was lost.
Mr. Simms then tenewed his motion.
Mr. Swazey moed to lay the same on the tabl,
On said motion, My. Simms called for thesyeas aid
nays. which resu!ted as foliowes: . -
M esrs. Anderson of St La.dry, Akenhesd, Avery,-An
drews, Anderson of Carto!!, Armant, AdJlson, Braliford,
Bartlett. Benjnmin, B.alc, Bienvena Boudousquieoyer,
Balolleard.Castollanos, Carter, Campbell, Collds, Conrad.
DaTlerce, Delony, Deolouet, Dufour. Dugue; Pu. 'Ed
wards of Orleans, Edwards of Point -Coupee,
Eustis, aledose, Onion, Hayes, Harris Ilargi,
des, Hodges, Hont, Isaake, Joucdan, Jones Ki, L
of St Lad.lry,-Leefe, Leedst, LeBlanc, Lobde yl4 -
fhenny,M.Mthews of Orleans Martin, MongerIho,
Oltvier of St Harti.,Oiier ofat Mary, Parheam.P y,
Paarfato attt erso, Prenox. Pelee,-PleWce, Pis eso
Pugh. Reeves, Richardson of St Mary, Ritner, Risk, Ro
sellui, Roman, Ronquil!o, Robinson, Bandidge. St Paul,
Staes, Swaney. Shaw. Smith of West Itll.cians, Smith of
Winn, Sibley, Stewart, Villere, Wadd'l and Williams-85
yeas.
- AndMoesrs. Benoacon. Beard, Cotton, Connely, Dpssn, 01
Farmer. Hatch. IHerron, Hebert, IHough, King of Jackson, P
McHillen, Mathews of Point Coupee, Richardson of Oua- 4i
chit, toyeden. Smart, Scarborough,Jhelton, Simms, Tat- F
man, Talbot Taliaferro, Thompson, Todd, Van Wikelee,
Whittington and Wilcozon-27 nays.
Consequently the motion prevailed, and the amend
ment was laid on the table. E
Mr. Ilough then moved to strike out ".six hundred and H
twenty-five," and to insert "five hundred,',which motion
warlost. ol
Mr. Scarborough moved to strike out allafter the wor P
"at least one Representative," to the end of the para
graph, and to insert the following words : "that theGen
era Assembly shall have power to create new padrishes."
On motion to lay the amendment on the table, the yeas in
and nays were called for, and resulted as follows: 0e
Meosrs. Anderson of St. Landry. Akenhead, Avery. An,
drews, Anderson of Carroll, Armant, Bradford, Bartlett, 10
Benjamin.: Beard, Bilenvenu, Boudouquite, Boyer, Bullard,
Castellanoos, Carter, Campbell, Collens, Conrad, Dalferes. d
Declouet, Dufour, Dugne, Duffel, Edwards of Orleans, Eg
gleston, Eustis, Gardere, Guion,.Hayee, Harris, Hargis,
Hebert, Hernandez, Hodges, Hunt, Ieaacks, Jones. Key,
King of St. Landry, Leefe, Leeds, LeBlano, Lobdell. Lyle, p
Molihenny, Mathews of Orleans, Martin, Moather, Monge,
Nicholls, Olivier of St. Martin, Ollvier of St. Mary, Parham. t
Paxton,Palfrey. Patterson,Preaux,Pierce,Plerson,Pugh,
ReevIs, Richardson of St. Mary, Rioner, Risk, Roselits, b
Roman, Roysden, Ronquillo, Robinson, Sandidg, St. Paul,
Staores, Swansy, Shaw, Smith of West Feliciana, Sibley,
Simms. Stewart,- Tatman, Thompson, Villere, Waddill, I
Williams and Whittington--85 yeas ; and t
Messrs. Addison, Besanoon, Beals, Cotton, Conndly. De- ;
lony, Doeson, Edwards of Washington. Farmer, Hatch. te
Horron. Hough, King of Jackson, MeMlilleu, Mathews of
Point Coupeeo l':ce, Pojo. ltichadsono f Ouachita, Smart, "
Scarborough, Sheltono Smith of Winn, Talbot, Taliaferro,
Todd. Van Wickle and Wilopon--27 nays.
Consequently the motion proeailod, and the amendment
was lid on the table.
Mr. Todd moved to insert after the words '"a popula
tion less than.' the words "two-thirds."
Mr. Reeves moved to lay the amendment on the table.
On said motion Mr. Smart called for the yeas and nays, t
whicht resulted as follows : '
Meosrs. Anderson of St. Landry, Akenhead, Avery, An
drews, Armant, Bradford, Bartlett, Benjamin. Blevenns,
Boudonqunie, Boyer, Bullarot Castellano, Cantpbell, Col
lens, Conrad, Dalferen. Declouet, Dufour, Dugue, buffel
Edwards of Orleans, Edwards of Washington, Eggleston,
Enstis, Gardere, Onion, Hayes, Iarris, Hargis, Herman
dez, Heodges, Jourdan, Jones, Key, King of St. Landry, 1
Leefe, Leeds, LeBlane, Lobdell, Lyle, Mellhenny, Mathews ,
of Orleans, Martin, Mather, Monge, Nicholls, Olivier of t
St. Martin, Olivier of St. Mary, Palfre., PCxton, Patter
son, Preanx, Prcet Pierson, Pugh, Reeveo Richardson of
St. Mary, Rixper, Risk, Rosellus, Roman, Ronquitllo, i
Robinson, Sandidge, St. Paul, Sties, Swaney, Shaw, Smith
of West Felnciana, Sibley. Simms, Stewart, Tattain and
Villeres-5 yeas. '
And Messrs. Anderson of Carroll, Besanoon, Beasle
Beaod, Carter, Cotton, Connely, Delony, Deaon, Farmer,
Hatch, Herron, Heberi. lpngh, Iasacks, King of Jackson,
MoMillen. Mathews of Point Conpee, Parham PUjo, Rich
ardson of Ouachiti, Boypden, Smart, Searborough, Shel
ton, Smith of Wino, Talbot, Tallaferro, Thompson, Todd,
VanWickle, Waddill and Wileozon-33.oays.
Conesquently the motion prevailed, and the amendment
was laid opthe table.
Mr. Avery moved to strike out the following words in
the substitute offered by Mr. Herron, to-wit:
No Parish shale have more than one fourth of all the
Representatives.
Pending the consideration of the above motion,
Mr. Taliferro moved for an adjournment; on said me
Stion ; the yeas and nays were called, and resulted a fol
mowe:
Mesrs. Andrews, Anderson of Carroll, Addison, Beard,
r Castellanos, Carter, Campbell, Cotton, Conrad.- Dalferes,
r Delony, Deson, Ddwards of Orleans, Eustis, Farmer,
H1 atch, Hayes, Harris, Hargl , Iebert, Hernandes, Hough,
Hodges, Hunt, Leefe, MeMillen, Paxton, Patterson, Price,
Pierce, Pierson, Pujo, Pugh, Richardson of Ouachit.a
Roysden, Robinson, Bndidge, Smart, Scarborough, Shel
ton, Smith of West Feliolana, Smith of Winn, Stewart,
Taliaferro, Todd and Wilnozon-46 yeas.
And Messr. Andereon of St Landry, Avery, Armant,
r Bradford, Bartlett, Bemlamin, Besnenon, Bealet Bienyenu,
a BoudoUsqale, Boyer. Collens Connely, Deoloet, Dufour,
Dugue, Dufoa, Edwards of Washingtoi, Eggleoton, Gar
Sare, Onion, Herron, uaaeks, Jonrdan, J.o .es,-I oy,Rling
of St. Landry, King of Jackson, Leeds, Lobdoll, Lyle, Me
d lhbeny, Mathiew of Orlanls,' Malaw e P. C., Martin,
g Matlher. MoUgs, Nihols, Oliser of St. Martin, Olivie of
St. MaryParuia, .alirey,Preaui, Reves, Bhardn of
e. st. Mary, Si eer, Klin; Lea, Bnoman, Rpnqailo, St.
a. Poal, Staes, Swmasy Shaw, Sibley, Stamp, TaiPan, Tal
e bt, Thompa, Van Winkle, Villers, Williams, Waddill
I ad Whittnqlton--64 oas. .
Saa!ie. M eI le. sitod m ws R.t ll llb. Yl ,. i
-r asse dtauease foM d viour qusuan.K
m Anderson of St Lady, Aeoas, Avery, A- a
demen oft tCi h, Bwdozr 4 PBoate, Conely, yI
of foAm, Mntbm of Poiut;Co~uuN Na, .
oneg rilohtfe. Oliver e ,of .l ,-, ra h,
Raoma, It, Paul, Staes, Swasey, Shaw, amty, te a, d
Tatman, Wardll, Willies4n4 htI 7e&' ,
And AndV es Are An, emeat,' Adidan,, BDes, D
Bartlett, B m mam,' mn dn,l l aned. ml erauu,
Castllsemno, Garter, o ampbell. ouid, Dalferaae Delon-y
Deleanet De..on. D drgmer O i it i, EtEdwa 0On .1S
wi.rdsof Wabington, .tstis. ,armer,Uateb, Iayalln -. t
$ rli, d erron tbobrte, HIls • idegi , t K.ga a
Hoot, dsv~Cdod e, King of at. Landry;Xing of dark
am, Leafe, neds L, I dell, Tyel, IMeley. eltliesh, J
OMlvrofBtMaettn. PaehhenEezhgp. Utmm, }rtes,
PteePlnerontie,Rvea,RllaerdaemeftOucbllaZinb. a
gUdllo, Ronieeon, andidg, Sma4t, iearborong, Shelton. -
smlithfr Weat Telllads, Smdth ofWiom, StIwar Tabot, C
'Talatera,nOT saieon, Todd, Van Wickle, Vlleread W
cozon-a nsysn. .
Coegaeatty the motion for the prevous question wa
Idst. - C
And on motion, the cbvnttlen adjourefd ntil to -me -
row ati o'tloel, A. e. -
BSalnetna July 941.85
rTh) Convention met preaantto adjournmenta
ProeentrHon . D., Kelneu , Prenidnnt of the Conven
lien,An t.,ithe yBi, an anethea ,I.elent ,
priagira of helar tthartinle, ad repoirited tby y
of the Committee on the LegiBative eaens.t.a . I
Tihem mrpoedtl of Marto: Herron and a.,y a.
before the Conveonten,
Mr. untmo ht take up, al a ubdtiute ns t r
patagraph a reported lib tepMmunttee. the ont
geaphi fth 8th irtlele of the presaent Condltnion, ihtleb
roads a.foloysto-wit :
Article 8., Representation in .the House at e preu
Uive hagll se equal and uniform. and shall berean late
sq ascerlswoed by the nuina er of qualided eklste..
Bich parish shall haIve at least one Repentatihr; no
nmw parn l haitll h eten d with a territory less tha
hnddred and twenty-fe square mile,perwith nm
of elector l.ss than the fall nnmber entitllg it tot
resentafve, nor when the creation of snch new onel.b.
would leave any other parish withoue the eaid ea t
tekitbry lad numbeForf electors.
Mr. Uenin moved to stelke out fome the above enbstkl
tute the olltwing weors: the member n-epalied elaeto.
op," and so insert the words " tot.i Poplation' ,'
Pending t1e4 dieatssibn omithe above sutjekt,
Mr. Telacs called for the preeious querntln.
Ohesaid eiotion the yens and ues were calledtfe end
resulted infollpow: d
essrsn . Anderson of St. l4oady, A enhbead, Avery. Ln
derson of Carroll, Armant BradfordBuartlett, )egqjamla
e~iBoard. tndobaoiule, Boyer, Suieaone, Collen,. tiop ly.
ConradDclf, D itour,' Dn e , dwerd of Odeana
geaton, GOdere. nulon..Iieackh, Key, L Lyle,
Mlathewn of Orleans, larrero, Martin, haItbh, Moang
Nicholls. Olitier of SL .taty;alfey, Fresn, ierCe.
Pugh, tReves, Iixeer, RoIdiup, Roman. St. Paul, 8ese.
Bwazey, Shaw, Sibley. Tatind. VIllre, Waddill, Wiliams
and Whittington-l yea. .
And Mloes m . Admres, Adde • . "eale. Bieeht( El
land,Casteallaos, oeoer, Cotton, DalfUreen,Dlonyo ; loni ,
Dueld, Etwatde of Washington, Eastle, Farmerr. at.
HReso, HIrris, Hargis, Ilerren. Hebert. Hernanden. Itnugh.
Hgeps, 'nt. Jones, King of t. Landry, King of Jak
son,- Leofe, Leeds, Lellanc, Molhenny, McMillen,
MIathews of Point Couper, tlvlel of St Marinti, Bahan,
Pnaten,Prtoe,Plerson, RqjSBtichlaron dof Oue., Rideerd
eson of St. Mary, Risk, Royaden, Ronquillo, Robinson,
Sandidge, Smart, Soarborough, Shelton, Smith of Week
oFellIeon, Smith of Winn. Simms, Stewat, Talbot, Tal.
ferrt Thempsoio, Todd and Wleozon-t9 naye.
SConsequentlythaemotionnfor the previousnqmetiip was
Mr. Former moved for an pdaournment, wthlo aeoton
wae lost. 4
Mr. St. Paul then tlonwed his cll foithe psrl.im w
question. o (
On mid motion thu yeas and nays weLe eslled f ant
resulted as follows:
Mesrs. Anderson of St Landry, Akeohead, Avery.
Aeidirron of (tarrflt .tandei, fldimbt~darllt, seaa:.
min, Bekrd Bonudourquie, Boyer.nBu , on,OuoloM.Co6lhna.,
Conrds)Declouet. Dufour, Dugue, Duffel. Edwards of Or- r
loans Eggleston, Gardere, Gnion, Ieacks, KIy, Lbdell,- "
Lyle, Mathews of Orleans. Martin, Matlea, Monge, Nich.
olls, Olivier of St Mary, Palfrey, Pr6aux, Pierce. Pujo.
Pugh, Reeves Risner, ltoselli.. Roman, Roydena, en.
quillo, St. Paul; Smart, Swnaey, Shaw. Sanith of West
Feliciann, Sibley. Tatman, Vilrere, Waddill; Williaa and
Whittiegtopd-tl yeas.
And Mesers. Andrews. Addison, Besancon, Beale,Ble..n
venu. Bullard,'Castellanos. Carter, ~otton, Blpny. Dmoon.
Edwurd 'of Washington, Eustis, Famaer, Hatch. Hayes. a
IIrrisr Irar.gise,HrronlHebert, HoughlHernaldes. Iftlgea
Hunt, Joadan, Jones, King of St. Landry.ingofJaekshn,
Leefe. Leeds. Le Blanc, Mclhenny, McMllrenaMathewe of
Point Coupes, Olivier of St. Martip, Parham, Pxiton. a
Price Pieuoon,l Richardson of Ouaehita, Rlouaredsonn
son of St. Mary, Risk, Robinson, Sandidge, Smart, euar.
borough, Sheltoni, Smith of Winn, 81mms, Stwart, Tal- !
bot, Taiaferro, Thompson; Todd, Van Wiekle and WH.
coxou.--5 n'
Conesequenf , o.. tion for the prevlous questian was
lost.
And, on bnotion, the Convention adjourndedintilMo.
day morning, at 9 o'cloek..._
MonoYr, July 26 1852. a
the Convention met pursuant to adjournment.
The Rev. Mr. Chadburn opened the proceedlags with
prayer.
present : Ilon. D. F. Kenner, President of the Cpvean
tion, in the chair, and ninety-six delegates. '
Mr. Waddill offered the following additional article to |
be inderted under the head of 1Ogislative Department, a
to-wit:
'"Artilel -. On the final passage of orery 11ll in eitie, '
Slous., the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays and rn-. I
tered on the journal, and no law shall be psed in eth
louse ithout a anjority vote of all the members eieted r
thereto." o
On motion of the same delegate the abLe article ia
laid onethe table subject to,the pal of the ionneanipn.
Mr. Sapdidge offered the following as )isa reasons for I
voting against the report of the Committee an the Jidi. I
aiory, te adoptedl by the Convention, and on motion the 1
following reasons were ordered to be spread o thejournar l
p vote against the entire report of the Committee on a
thb.Judiaeary. Departmeo t for the following reasons a
mailly: Bsea.see, in the organition, of the Supresle e
Court the principlp I asserted, that the'verdictof a jyII I
in the trial of causes before the lower courts ira lehi casts a
may be aet asi.e or reversed on a review of the facts. as t
well as of the law. bythe appellte court. Beseae. whilst
it is thos deelered to be haesntil for the security of the
rights .of te people, that the jurisedictiop of the court I
should be thus extended to thefacts in civil asne, wheo
the amount in dispute shall exceed three hundred dola I
lars-it yet denies to the court that which I eertaly I
would not gfve it-a lile power in criminal cases-a di1
tinction which has become odious to the people. Because
whilst It grants to them agd to a ju¢y of teir peere the
ercrfise of a power irreversible as to fael, where their
tlirs or Blory is at stake, yet refuses them the same eon.
sideration when a phitry matter of money is at Ipe.
I object, because it is due the people that such justice
as the lw allows shobld bp meted out in the moet adm.
mary way and at the least possible st, neither of which
can be had so long as'Judges of the Supreme Court are
expected to Sose through .ountain piles of written ret.
dence; and because, so long as this unneeeesaryTreview i
required, the number of those Judges will not be reduced.
And on principle I object, because the verdict of an jry
should be conqlueive in al4 matters offali. 1 bhat. .e
cause of the utter disregard which is manifeated for the
will of the people, as heretofore expressed by two Lagiala
tures, as to the number of these Judges, their esalarieand
their tenure of ofice.
And lastly, beqause, that of the two thousand five hun
dred freemn I am trying to represent in this Convention,
two thousand four hundred of them would vto 9againtl
this whole.Judiciary Department, were It submitted to
them separately from the balance of the.Contititulen.
(Signed] , Jona M. SaroleeeU.
We fully ooncur with our Senatorial Delegate in the
reasons assigned for his opposition to the reportqf the
Judieiary Committee.
[Signed] R. HRooos, of Bosoier.
[signed] B. W. Pen.os, of BIlq
[signedi R. A. lleae, tof C
ORDER Oe uE0 DAY-UIoeIesHEe Waoagm.,
The Coenvetionresumed the onsideration othe report
of the majority of the Committee on the Leagiatte ~ .
partment.
The sfrt paragraph of the report beinag before the Coa
ventioe, as also the substitute offered by Mt. Hunt. nL .
SI the amendment offered by Mr. Glten, when the Co.ng
Stion a.ourned.
SMr. (leon withdrew the ahene iat offered by hihm
SSJaturday. the 24th inst. ,
Mr. Carter then 4ered the fllowang a. a arp sp to hi .
SHunt's stbstitute, toe-tt'
"Provided, that no parish or city shall be entitled to
more than one4ourth of the whole number of leprren
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hI..albta ewtebeS Wil beamo d
heron , itewueaat} . b lb leeli rILS
lotion, with oee ans·Ilb Se milisele aL
In the Moerod eaansfite all heps Is rattsUdd ben
a htl blow s gle. to the eqaeltlty otf lthe e be
resit o the star.
' My ehele aunm bs mbIbtl, ht I d.. to I
that thureI. na hops at emepO, the be4t hb
which lat ther am phe lo, phatjle pat l e
restetetlom to a lWitd m~ambr Imposed opeeU eMR.
aed hettllutad lthwe I Iwtb t rt 0 am LTs .
Iloll, OmitlteI art th hm e at be I wchpitL s
Theqa m" ales pat - Ce ado seb mLC 1 * .l
to, u ahte.ded
Mr. OCla owsd tmaejset tt- esam, worLY p
eaued.
Kr. 0&m thn mwed to adrltb aimm
U ctp. IV WaLjat of O CONN1 r M R 501
orpamid tybr. ate eyt Ihe th as pm @"=I
wthictw d Uspimlo.n :
rwhtmb ible·Idnnse of a Low 4, s
dusae~rew rtarI, .emdada., os he. a o nbee
itm. Dyram. camtlamee+, Outs, d ol·
, Conrad, dd Udmy 1 Ape' , c1
DUtN. ml.Odwarda O Cmme s lle 0%j 1 a.
fler.., . fespdua, lbemloJ 40061116 "f 5q Sba O
LabdrY. Lmpr.. LeI km·1aJ La . lt
tea. ltatbsdmdSomlo lea, bItd P*Sht
row Haret.. Netbo Mmu, Myop, WIelD,
Fati P.011e Ooifems Ibrnili 3W
01StP.1sa, Ebeet. l tl of
Ilb q,$ aai, tkatot l i OR, % mss
Waddt1WUtbWwemWh' ell5dWa9~
And Vad. e eB , &rn N r +a, mas,
naooa, 3p,4 liones. b1t'W4 USM, a
wardse Wmetmtaa , i,) 0.rI* me
rIs. ImsegljItblt, Ib3e·CjmgboMamgtI Jaen,
King Of Jashes., Lnes., "M. , Ve
on., buit. Rirharadsn of Osa
didge, asetmeU.wgrt~gheres Slmeas it Mn
fors, Thompsaa Todd mod rlI~.em-M
Comhewqasal the prhoedim l at lb. a~rL 'mmm0lr4.
tade itt twadtn irnreapab te beainp t
The aWfoowits .am dmain loe me'' -
their reemoe hr the tote g tol a UtMes m
themnotloah. of M Osdaatoml dptb
e repterid by tm oebgsI a pmtawd SSU4 i
should be spread e tbejeut eLD whyl i
wit:
W~e otojlaa eemea.meertn rObg p 1VmiM
that Itwota he 4qllS~l elpg~Y of we
rsptoeotm wes IMod*t el e Iil ole
wtlihht woinAd aiewimbe qhd.
!MuaS S.C min
Irote leainl~ beaIbut a ttor mimW beova
culturain tatmst stab. IMate
The edsrtlgmd hertehy h g ldesmWerlkshar w
m pretet sahlaei thmadlpima K tbt toalp4mlqy
heel. of reprlesatatl la in itmi. Uhr the n m
t moe, wia: Thr; b 3tees the a lrptepa Ot the hea -
Iloatobe thi dutmwetis tthep. a dlt
(OoeremJat. aeafldpdtbiNl eap; · 154C1t 1
I, ttoe uot theat bob e t 60heto pJjbedmQ
d hoads ofib. qaslhed shtatmm-themmee .o 4400
0 Republtlmeaea-ead to teino Ine m l
of thetlamyartavheia gta l tb"b t
,romeat theodlma pahee3,, be eW 4mer ~~a
"critnlc tlnermei, b e thred biba ra tbs be
rleletoral bats, hr the er Dame lienYbe
cightean hmadrsd be tnse, bed . imte arrl
bui by nihdepdsgb,aadea dea I t wee rVWa400V
-t may U tinjasy -s rl aea u
Os thers r-r6is. -'dp ie.Y Y1 ed
ml aada w ý"beW
It. lo o Wdt
to allolobd mad imfo
M~,rep. ttamb Y t hebe '

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