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TLtfH IAY MilitNINr; .11' { 4i. Ileiri,
l'onireushnl0,.5,
WAoIIrNGTci, fJuly 25.- Mr. H. t. RosI1 Wa..
wocrn ilu as .tuat r from KaccaHo, ,vice Lane, d,,
IMr. Jolpl h. -'owlr, R9( ator elect from Ten
nrssce for the tirln elndting March 4, 1871T. ad il
cere lriti;al pre. ted by Mr. hbleroan. and took
the until o Ut Ilice.
FINAL AdJOURNMEWNT.
Mre. roon.idhn cal-led op the re-olution for the
.cdjolrllltll. , andll l ed to fix Friday, the 27th,
as the dol.
Mr. Sn'.-er a-lt.-d Mr. Poland ii he intended In
abhodo the binorut -thill for thi- v'asion; if niot
CongtrnL)It init ljourn ho fc re Mood,.y.
Mr. Pcitnl od hit hor e.,rd d the late vIct on
tihe bahkollto bill .to decidong t fate loe tihe e'.
Sion .
Mr. S.mrnor I.rred to amie nd thie motion of Mr.
'%rm,.r·lldu an fixing the 3tih a thle day fur aad
jonrunirnct
Mr. W ai,,p -,,,d that FO'ntert-a wlould not ad
jnur'n wc-;tllo u -aitttig Nebrc.kal and Coloirado
Hii ownll opr!l, II wars tllat 'ol al.t.s oullght lnot to
adjourn ait il l, and Tbat lwa ch," opinion of tre inn
jority I -n lo-icc:-- two moelltc ago. l'hcre Wan
.an 0 f tic-iioi ll -iieroucghollrlttol - Co -c tr t lkotccctcll
thinl wouild tr.lke plcne dIetrliinlltl, to the intrl'ecsti
olf thle counillh f i (onireH j,,djruned. It woubl
be d!tlrlr t it all the d. par, nle ltr oe thr" govrlll
nmrnt wt-rc. hut riiouii.l but. it wlas evideilt thall
when Clongr'h adjiorurned tIle t governuept cwolllh
p.aa inlto haulnd hoiile to ithe bert ilntre.,ts of tliltr
country.
The quetlion being taken upon Mr. fiouncorr
motion to sha.liute the 301h lor the 27th it .ar
dcogrcc e- tI----yar 15, ic lyi 25.
Mr. F t rlslllblcIc ei I mo. unc d hii mltion lby
fixing the day for udjoullmen.lttt iSaturday. the
l2th, at noon.
The amlclhinotocnit was alrerd to, and the resolu
tion as amndcled passed-yea. 2!l, auno 23,
BIl.IA's AND ussoLUTII n poRt
Mr. Truei ull, fron te, j ,liciary committee, re. n
por ted the hill in r .laioi to Itr;cai el, rp . wall tInc
saidit, I I t i ll)t wiq. i . mmv, ~dl*IA e,*,,-i .rtio. n.ill -.
Mir. Wad( n ., d leave to col up il J hill for the 101
admfooniu of ' tbranka. t n
Pelndh ,i:.hOt o ti rotti. he mon ing '
hour ,vp11 I t. nd git
11} 1`.t APPnROPRATION 1311. an
wn takkrn up.
MD i ('um., - offered am nhninem. t :Ip, ropT'i t 1t
lng 4,000 tof provi o the -n' bit o tlt th
ius of at:t it, under the tr e ntlu : 1h^ ',ar
department, f, r theu (;ouz.,ruct/olz of a ..h0[, e,::.,!. P'e!
Agreed t,.
h a a ot o n o , M ". a t ' i i- o l h, . a r m . hi ' l ",l tpr p . t i .
't t1 {rl>!!hrod n up ''.' amo ia ty ,:r, pro
u m in lttn.e a oi e , n, c a lle t o t b y t l , o . g,, c l .r
Od a j., ot De r. le, nu atdelt the S" 11'l.U i,,-Int,.I thl i
nn IL, amend no al't to 'L,. Lt 'itlI, 11 'I' a,_r.ea t~. ro
thl cn lll, c me t t e e ro rl e i e call} ,: fur fe v thie' thll
MHoorc n -.r de- "n'on, rdln, lknode,.d 't and flow. TI,
R,- slhcr K1s81o0.. i t
T nd, rr;-',, aiotlur of he' e'ivl ,tpprupri _' e,. tllI,
as re-: pmedl. tiwo
sn r. \V'.d,, );, ,, avaor n t e nprp oid i.on' pro -. l- H o
tio - ibin t lanl(w fixding tile e:lriea- ot cirkm
c ud ,nfn of.r a thee nenlilt'el( .
Mr. ,hmhi. .on oenk,-d hew much t!t l nt , wo;ltL. i In.
cren'e t. .~ th , j Il 'f] ap pr,, prladi ,n for Onl, Ip1:'pod.
M r. tWad ..... it "d l .. n t h i, ... . . . I ald
s llutm e it ralp It inrreaed I t he -.,h t a.. lr t , St
twenty-five I,-r ,',rrt. Id ,enatorsd u ,m-d !;rea.- ,H o
h otr e r re - , hey ,itn ,tht o trrow a a f :itl t~in - e it
,-r(',* ;o tile att- i t-. e l thIir e l-ll l e
llr en. I 'il· Il. lroardIle wad fiief ij'. r~ ~hale, ]I~n
ra. it ellhrn offual-red a- a Ioubsitute lotr Mtt' n I
eVI':d, d ho l nl , l it btid replo rted t l'o 1 tilhe c Int
.lttee on ,ontinge t expenre,, ihe re0an b the
salbltl,en fi both Heatlg. of i'.onrier,. A lengths
delnle too llace on thle rlatve ult of th, o two
rto e - t It rm fe
Mr. (:rime. favored the pr-opositioln of ]fr. ell- I37
nerot,, h-,a l-e it pot m"" pnrtha.:mg +or the
"-nte into theI he 1o a puchaotngn agent. rie
,2 " e ,)o n takea, . -lc a erte • t
:-tr(.tfating wats now dolve by" th~e ergeatat-lit-arms wihu o unei fItwohdn neitP
light, whose dity ea to alt at the rinhtt lie il I
50ruir of he e otliu ter of til, rentate. Mr.
O3laeln had never a.ne l the resedntergeantad thatI
Poht, biut it hadl blvenl the. po-tlt n uo iii pr,:do,-]
aer.enjr o n neventyly yearn.
tr. rr, t :Ill rCp lied with warn th, that tSiff,
star{·k cons tonsarrlnlt. d fd un, W-li iabh,. He
knew t l,: -. 2 an t- t-army as a fliitk t .fit el'.
and l , well tltalliied a I lly officer v:i:n, t-i h t. v
held it.
Hie would likeo to, know whtt ,,.t ,,r "a;,,rite Mit.
wh r l hOml b w,-1 ud to h:,' t .ppuizl
tot| the pure' ,-;rag " ).t:l. of tlh S,,ll.tlr-.
M r. -;h olmle', - i. l t t hl .' mlll-tll t I'' :,--al'.It ,II1 t,,, R
r. ;'tenelit ;It- =l~rl,-. \W h it he' ha,:t 1 wah[ W;lr, thlt tl:,
;la,:' :o F 'n ,hlri),g the ,e'--l,,,It t ti' Sen, h',
snow- -,t the r,g;ht -f the, prepitt nt .w -l~air and not in
'ennl-.tt llllh il',lll-'.l, fr .%;fi{ H r ct". t ! '..till, . p) 1 , E
clu,-e',l. Iii .[t c'olmllailnt, !nrol a.ev(-:al .+
t t- Oni thlls ~r1',m .
t Dr. rlrtllln,,,all hall wIeV er heard an5" -ult , tjll,
plaint.
hitr. (Irll'n ---` No,l rll l),>(-, not. Th,'.e; ' . t.m -
at nut was binougth hh,,r, it the Iend of tL' H" Sr
ator ironl lh,,1, I it,| n- wi ll wh i Sena-to_, hive ,',)n- 1
plaltnt to lathe the, - wuhld nut he apt i"- _n) t,,
h i n 0 , l l m a k e h1, ' n, . " -ihi l d ml t : ' t: , - . v i( ,r r v d t , ,
M r. It,,,,, , a,,t aI, hill to,,, etlurtu '0f th, Se.nator
from 11'iool., und ti- hII n,%t, to route!' tllo;, 1:l1l0
tot !,xclul:It plower to malklte all the pu'clhal. it,
8M~ Senate.
Aorr. rates -ail hl felt it Ilia dunty tm. sa, f %V.
ord tu rpel the allu'iona eaotnp rin the cnare tler
ofthl e,e, ,,u,t-att-,,rme 0b- Dr. (.rine.. Hle had
knowrn tlhlat ,:,i v. irfor tv.nt,--fiv yet,, :V' l% !,anew
hint to he to mnm of pt le,tln hitigrlly ' fit,',t, }. an,t,
flP atc i fie. AIt,,r t'u, tiler dlccn~niuoi, tlendnreooa'
prop,,-tli, w'as d(-l,.id.
A p|)1 na'o:llll Wva, maleh to incl'l.a.. e the [pay (,!
selT l~" ia, t i ) ,l' and d .le,.tn ,4 to .,3ti II per1';1 :1'
t[UAI nom 1,17, nt g a l p "r e,en. 'I ho n ,Itr ,t(J~l ,} ; as
1 L8, n'v I19. eo the i lnll l wlllll l iil , srl ell I'.-e , i
Men . Hlcl|ldtino }I 1 ithentored In lll) t,ul~llllm, r. n111l ,
to tl: lt vet, ,1 itown on al, :LIlelldllment tol Mr-, ti.,
.dile'- amtn~l lliil , i nt, t Ii ,` h ,, l~lil n-lh taiul .:hall il,u
; ptt60u, i .el 1, ,urn, and i mile,,ge '20 ..rots, .o'in:
e U al ;wl ith Iw 3!sitt ('ontl s, y.l
M .r. Ihl n~hclc,' Inovd te amnlnd by oak: ; ti..
z`-.I0ill are cyhsl!,'t t~lhe plal~ce titer the .4ti; fit nt, Kt
f kalth, i~t.ihn reed toi.
Thei( aieodtviutlql of Mr |{tndersel. w ,r fhnllyt
. ..lgrt-.d tol -yv an 2, In i :V13
S Y,,i- ,-Ihll,aew,, t lark, Cowen, Crc-well. n.1
ni., D,1 ohttle, Eldmu,,dt, Heldvrso n l, Hendlic -,-.
l~wward, I. n,, McDougal. Nortun, Pollard, Pctme-:1
roy, |am-ll y. . Riddh', IRosa, Spaguc, TrululII,"i
VanOiirlkh,, Iilson andtl Ytates-2.3. ]
NaLys-(.h/ll l lel', .'esnillden, Fo-ter, Irlmi~ne ,
(hltil', I he,ome, Slorgi ,, Nenmith, N}e, S!lermai;?
Stumlner, \\,V d 1 tl. \Villie -13.
So the enll lensattorn'Ot .e1nators, representatives"1
alld dIelegtleid w,',s ileoased to 05)O0, llld the lllile
age rdllu,'ed jo tweilty eenlt. Cu olltlm(ig wlih
the thhi-ty:li-ntl Con-l ens.
At one o'ch,,.k this muornin1g,26th,the Senate ad
journed.
.Jo.r trso T , Jouly 2.-Mr. Rice. of Masolchul
sett, frlom tll ConlllllliOtee on naval alfair., reported
banolk te Hooue rld to l evellt oloficers of tile uav
from being deporced of their regular promotion on
acguolnt 0f wounds rejeivd in battle, with nalend
eoitS. The anleudiments were agreed to and the
bill pased. C
Mr. Ka.son introduced a bill to incorporat tihe
nation farl far ehool lor orphan and dependent
rhildren of collted soldielr, and forother roluraed
children, which was reaI d ia third time and passed.
Mi. LEdmutd Cooper, one of the members from
the,Stato no Teu aeareoappoared 'and was qunli
trlrby taking the oath of office preceribed by law.
SMer. Woodblidgt dte sad. era reports, which
were laid oi tie c.h, anlng ther tie house bill
to incorporate the Noiioinal Union Telegraph nso-a
John W. eflwieh, one of the memnbers elect
from Ten eracc, appearied aild orn qualilied lby
taking tl lloalb p Iirrohbrd by lhw.
Mr. Lawrence.of Ohlio, hflo tie samne commit
tec, reportld a hillto iethoie and pu:lish certain
crimeor. The bIill nmakes t a crhie o rob ally per
son of property beloaging to the United States, or
to pltare ano impiedimeant on tie track of railroads
carrying Ulnited States mails. After some dircns
nion the bill passed.
Mr. Wiltlims, fl'ron tohe anie committee, reported
a bill torestore thle iosslssln of lanud coiltrcated
by the autority of Othi Stlates lately in rebellion.
It mnakes It tbedonty of the presideit or command
log officer of the nmlitars forces stationed within
the particular tate or diotrict, on complaint oflany
person dispossessed of properly for adherence too
the cause of thi Union, to restore him to possession
of the amne.
Mr. Troible denounced tte bill as giring military
rofficeris athority to decide legal questions as to
title to reinstate. He moved to lay the bill on the
table,
Thle motion was rejected ; yeas 22, nays t1. The
hbill was llen pased wilthout a division.
M r. Lawrence, of Olho, from the same commit
t tee reported barck, with amendments, the bill to
anmnd the act of Septembler 24, 17t9, to establish
judicial courts. It gives the several courts of the
"United Staten., nod the judges of such courts, in
addition to the authority already conferred by
law, power to grantwrt ot o hIabeas corpus in anl
canes where any person may be restrained of his
or her liberty ill viohttion of the Constitution, or
of aty treaty or law tof then United Statles. TIe act
S is notto apply to ti .e case of any person who is
or mae be held in toe ousoldy of the militanry anu
thorities of the United States, charged with any
Ott military offense, or a ith I:avring aided and anbette.
the rebetlion againslt ther government of the United
States prior to thle pts-age of this act.
S After dcussioo thle ariendments wcre agreed
6 to and the bill passed.
Mr. Banks,from the committee on foreign affairs,
Icrvt,rl t,' t hil it, .e)etcar c ,,' thi" ,iJor,ll y I L JW '
which wl.s rmald nwice, ,,rdrerd .fo be printed, a,,
Mr. rrr. r,n behalf of Mdui u 'at e rrt 'n ,,f,
a",, u!!aUn - e, and hib sett u. bmte at "'
I .e "sl..r . it pre ented a lit ter . r " . .i.i
erant . t armni, submitting the qoe.tio a IAo lire
tlunl to rhich thle colpensatio n of th- Tennessee
mimnl,re. abhoold date hack, and attred that as it iV
rmbodicd a new question, he would tlfer it to tlhe
Mr. Stevens remarked that he tlid not thiek
there was any diftlulty about it. Those gentle
men aere rnel berri froen the day of! Ihr elec
tlon, ia it linally turned out. lie rroved that theyr
be paid mileage and compensation from the 4111
of March, 1Hi5, to the beginning of the preseut
tir. aa e+xpreesned the same opinion, and uaid
Ilre wae precedent flr it in thi case of the
l,oii.!ana memlbers in the :7th C:ogress.
iMr. .oan moveu d to refer the question to the
cornmitte on nelections. Negarived.
Mr. "l.\ent notion wan then arfotd to.
(Ill t nli;otn of Mr. Delano, Ith .tllrate nmenld
rIei ttro ilre Hi(,.uIe cnrI ro1irr'ter. rreolltiin, fiirg
Saturriay, the 2th, at 12 o'cI,,ek, tc tire tre rrr- i a
ardiri frte irt, waseIrrirre lri hl--ti to tii. o
Mr. i;arteilrt, from tihe co riltee n cwa.r uin,] e
mrerot, re rreted racrk with iurndlmttrt the ar en- Ct
ate Iill foir tIe tirte.rr rertlt Of tih - pllrh ii n rdet.
ill. (;rerlerld Illn v r el to suspend tile rlies co fSi toa
alhw tit e rr c nrrlldr rhietlrtn in t rie tloeiIe Th
ruler weerr not stl.irelldd, are te ertd tile in o
utlll'IndmentS were tlhet'fore referred to the clon- ,,
nlit' i. rf tie whrlre on ti lte ratel of ti tri t(,I Iro
Tlhie rrrlnlrrtire of wcayri art trlil*rta tIrrIio-r-c to at
tlln tire second seertiaon by etrlkiig or t ttie lim
Sitatir, of four eontht, in whidth, before tile ma
turity, the holders of 7-30's must makte threir elee
ril, wther they will ennvert them into r5-25's,a
leainrgtrhem to make that eleetir, at or before t ta
inaturity nd an thorizing the setretary to pay
tllroe as to whtich o ntl fication chall be allowed
,r trid by tile eceretary of the Trelasitry, to ally
tiparty for tile purchase, sale or exchange of bondri
or trea.iory notes.
EVENINi l SESSION.
Mer. tri .oo ra l , fro n te peiralc emmittre al
intied to inrvetigarlr tile Menr:lr har r lt, ir ti-r
Irb.ri(i ofii Mre. Va-ririlllne. on lccunt of illnret .
iresenritd the relorit, wtithr vorr ir O.lll nia t., or
t-rslll)lltr rr rirriIr red that the r eori t lnd r teti
anullVI b· prin.ted.
Wr. Shanklin presented tilt viewa of tih
lh itrrity.
.Mr ii rrI ird prote-te. a iair- t printing that
S igrltrlir et rarttteattony. crr did nti herll\'e tihat
any1\· )l-,'ll.:ar wonltd eve'r l.ad it. l.he w-le,)l then-,
jr. e .rf a loetl r:lnrrt. acnd it- regu:lai'n Ie
i lngerl to thre it,,i ei Tienni,,-e. (Coiirrtri
' .hImtJ ino (t uold.rtrtk to rrgv ltt nnleh matters. r
I Mr. i t en itld rell: ,red that (ongrres had been
ti 'I(.elatinllg th r -m. r i
tr. ir llolr thougle rt th,.re wrlr- r t mor:h t'r gu-ii
Fitim thauirert it the Nrmit itirnc i r ir l.nih.
tr tie , 1. ,)1- I,,ll,'dh .ed lo the s:ame emml .. of, ar
lige t. i )a r- ,,i .i iti-i iit tiai C nly a rit, anlld
tihe rýunriittir, trrrri-riitrrd, hadrrt riirred at thati
uc'oll! tl.t. A.. tra it tn A irm lhii rva., the i ar e
Sthm11 n- ai ral, in New Yo'Uik and i'lilrdclrphi.i
T h . w) h o l ,, o h c "t o f p r ati lg t h e t * .t mn n yn y w a s f o r
ile treid m! iict ptt irirtr. and hod bee, so treated by
the r ,-ii.ruiraii-erttrotire country.
Ste. i!oolnall lt d hie did not woniier : t the po.i
Stiunh it lit ' irntltlrr llre olr tiLe otlrer -id:I, Tier rird
nit de~ir': trbIitir e t,:aticdtetcyr-prairerd.
Mr. Le111,B aid ralled for the yvan and nny:.
t ihn rite a taitkei, rirtl the tnlin Lir g a" or
It -rl by a vote el iri y.ayu to r :; r:-,-.
i's- aeiriit: bill grrtirig lan']. t- aiu in the con
litealr- of Mitistleri lld Arl-ia -a'r t ilr e t ';net tie
i ,IIa-ict was ti-ria ci)r. iie-rer tli- r.nido"u et thled
bll oa- rollr-iud-dl tile Huu-e at i o'clock ad
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC.
TOLOEMi d& CO..
(F. F. FOLGER, L. FOLOER, W. H. THOMAS.)
37 and 39 Maigazine Street, Oppebits St. James Hotel, N. 0
Sods and GxstigS,. Hoop, Sheet end Ber Iron, Shovet
su Spade, Sbet Copp.er and 'ilnk, Pluw, AX.es and Hoes
packtin. Circular. MIll e, Cr+oo. Cut Tot,
HARIDWARE AND SMHIP CIHA.NDLE ,
(ELLIS H. BOSTICK, FRANK W. SETM(OR)
Hostiik d Seymoanr.
Importers and De
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE ADO , t ".k.1
STOVES, TIN WARl ad TINNER'S TIOULS,
BAR and SHEET IRON, TIN aind TTN PLATE, RB.
SHEET COPPER, ZINC, NAILS, AXE.S,
UHAINS. SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES.
LEAD PIPE, HEEET LEAD, .os PIPE,
'BRASS WORN a.d PIPE FITTING8
RUBBER BELTING, HODE and PACKING, Sol
COTTON WASTE, Etc., CORDAGE,
COTTON and FLAX DUCK, TWINES,
S OILS, PAINTS, LAbM ", LANTERNS, E S
A ll HKind of telmbolat and Rallrolad Buppllet
Sand 8 Futon, 35 and 3 Front stree, S
between Grerer and PoydraTr
* I WIlITTY dl 4(0.,
GENERAL COMMISSION, ME
Receivin and r orwatrdlug Mlerchants, and
Nos. 5, 10 and 12 P'ter, trea, c)rsr f Crooman, oppT
site the Cu ,tom House,) New Or eans, L.
S ioglnmetlS of Merchndise, either for eale or _hpmen
will yeny.? pr-DI): end careful attention.
H ARDWARE ....wR AN...... .. ARDWARE h
- H.J. MULLANq A CO., he:,
Wholesale Dealers8 o
v -IS- libl
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE AND (ITLERB TI
Agent. for ffm
HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES C
toi .I.T..mm.i. .... So.. T.R.s. ypE
SCIG A S, TOBACCO, ETC.
- s
JA.. A RR.RNANISE, i1A
-InPORTER Ol- ~r f
HAVANA CIGARS, and
t No, H5 Common street and No, 46 Cianl Street,
( NEW ORLEANS.
CHARLE. O. NMREN .EL. & D.- of
, i DDEALI IN vi
A.I l kinds of Leafd a6sdanaletared Tobacco
NEW ORLEANS--3I MsgaznestreetL C
S. T. LOIR--12 North.R cRd ArOeL.
S NEW YORK-IAb Wsatesr streeL
• MEMPIIIH3I Frontatet. Im
1aos. c. wbi... a e.. of
(h l.oHO o. WALSH, late of Lynebburg, Va; ARTHUD
COONNLL, ItE of Mlontgomery, Aia
I.- TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS RB
" CoERSa or GA·vMtn NEw smw Sssm.r
X11- New Orless. Bn h
S Genersl Harry T. HayR, New Orleans, I.,
on Meson. McDuanel 1 Irby, Llnohburg, Va
Md- Mr.. Cha. Luling GCo., New York.
.he
he C. B. HLOS. m C4.
lI. '1 OGRAVIES STREET,
ns WElet Dhoes ie in ad Imports of d,
I.ar. Havn Vlears, V[IrlElA and Weste.a To
D11 Keep constantly on Iand the but brsnda of the
.iI OLD DOMINION.
Ch JOURA.
HAVAVA CIGARS, LEAF TOBACCO AND PRODU0C
ectl , VCmeaon street.
S Betwee.n MY.sino and TAhoIpitaSSI, S
Nit ew Orlana.
l I MON J. PFLTOW,
or .ran~os or an asis or
alde PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO.
IRs- 01 Mrasslne street, New Orle .
e BOOTS, SHOES HATS, ETC.
B. .H NEWHIALL
thin omriseon Dealer in
anyBooN and Shoes,
sion No. 0 GMAVIR STREET,
Wtarw O.s., IE
o E. MARILUEZE,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
The 75 Clnal Btreet.
mit- PartllSr attention paid to Plantation orde.
b AJOHN H. OULD. AGENT
the OTS AD SHOES AT WHOLESALE.
,in No. Ma.aste Street.
it all SNIW ORLEANS.
1 his H ARTU.JA.'
actMEROHANT TAW,
ho is So. Is omoen S.eet,
y a- (Betwen C.ondas asod St Chare Met
eLyNew Orlras
niITd .SMrnT T kIIW D.
0reeth ANUFAOBTURR ofl b 1 I C CANDOS,
SYRUPS, GUM DO.OPB, JUJUBE PAYLA and 8UO0B
LMONDS, by .as S OLD EVER STREET,
Ifair., te Sit. Lous aid 0M1tl. N.e O5U6
DUNS' NT. DI)OHl 1O nITTrllt- 1
RUSB', RUSS,'
RUBS,' RUBB',
RUSS', RUSS'
St. Domlngo Bitters.
t. Domingo Bittern,
st. Domingo Bitter
One of the mt vf ,abTle comblnntions of seful medicine
end an agreeHLs tobet getbat ha ever been offered to the
publeic Mllllns of bottles were sold througbout the Nurth
during the last four years, and, wherever introduced, it hnn Y7..
proven a welcome addition to the ivaliid'a table, the family
clreleand thebacbelor's sideboard.
Laties whobdve la!t strength and appetite, and suffer froh
o.u..s, vomiting and vertlgo
Gen.tumen who "don't feel very well" Just bdefore breakfst
or dinner, whose stomach in out of order and system is gense
Motn heran weaning children and an.Melng from general ]on
Children of ickly nature, and soar, dyspeptic constitutlon -
Travelers who have ocuelon to change the water, and
All who live in mNlrious districts, and are subject to mis
natle influence, will find one of the meost valumble to su and
in vigortor that c be taken, in
RUSS' ST. DOMINGO BITTERS.
. RY THEM BUT ONCE.
RBu .' Bt. Domingo Punch.
WI
Rulss rr ek punch,
MADE FBOM BATAVIA RICB. G
RaUn' Meselne Panch
Russ' Gin Cocktail,
Runss' MInt Julep,
Rnu' Brady o.ektHll Tt
NRu' Bourbon Whlaky Cocktil.
The &t on htfu d acnodiond m atutuer tempte order. '
Sold wholesasle bth any e drin . H. CARTER,
Ard hy all Grofe'r and Dm Edsi.
SUCCEFUL MEIICAL TREATMENT, B'
DR. HOWE'S DISPENSARY, p
MEDICAL BATHS AND ATMOSPHERIC BLOOD
REGULATOR,
No. 12 Baronne Street, near Cpanl, H,
New Orleans.
Brei
Dispensary.
Remedies prepared and ftrnished for Age, Fever, Dianrr
hea, Dysentery, Billousness, WeakneNs, HumoNur, Female Ob
structions, Izregulaities, etc.-promptly emlNicmus and re
Ihable. Medical Bathe.
The electr-magnelic, thermal, Turkish, hot air, vapor, spirit O
fame, sulphur and shower baths are used by bim, whlen neces
,try, with great success, i I the worst forms of CuNtaneog u
UNlcNiN", Scruulu'N%, Riheumatic, Nrgi yNlyi, Nfrrrnri,
yphillltic and all Diseases from humors In the blood and un- o
Ihelthy condition of the ski.n and kidneys.
Atmospherlic Blood Regulator.
At moperie pssureo reovedandanapproachto a vacuum
is inlduced around the human hody, or any of its ogolns, limbs
or parts, by which the circulation is controlled and regulated,
and local congestion instantly removed. Its use enlarges and
invigorates eak, shrunken orparalytic iubh, by inducing
vigorous circulation of blood through the part, and is a
specifice remedy for Impntency, Atrophy, Spermatorrhea, ti
Scndual Derangement, Catarrh of tih Bladder, Incontinence
ot Urine, witnhoul filure. One ortwo applications will oeun- air
vOnce the most incredulous.
Young Men, and others of Either Sex, A
Can obtain speedy cures for the worst forms of the di.e.ses of
INDISCRETION OR MISFORTUNE,
Imptency. Srility, Ulcers, Eruptions, Blotches, Hum
Discharges, Swo'lea Glands, Enlhrged or P.iNdH Bones, etc.
of recent or long standing.
FIstula, Flssure nnd Plles
Removed and cured radically, without using the knife.
Ofme hours, from 8 s. . to8 g. rt
Conultation free. Treatment cash, but reasonable.
CLEANSE THRE BLOOD-
With bcrrtpt disordered or vitiated blood you are ,ick all
over. It may burst ot in Ph mples, or sores. or in some active
dease or it may keep you isytle, depressed and good for
nothng. But you annot hasve good hOIth while your blood
is impnrSe.
L yer' Sarstplarillt
Purges out these impurities and stimuls the orga of life tl
into vigro acto, restoring the helth nd pe da
ease. sence it rapildlcy s vriey of cumpIintn shich I
nrn d by imprity f the bilond,sh a e . iain
ring's EviA, Tumors, Ulcre, Sores, Eruptioos, Pimplee, Boils,
botches, St. Anthony's Fre, Rose or lsryalipen, Tot P r r
Salt Rheum, Scald eatd Ring Worm Cancer or Cancerous
Tumors, Sore Eyes, Female Di-eesn h as Ret.tio, Ir
rgulrit, Sunpresin. Whto. Steiy. also Syhiis or
eVer.a Disoueaes, Liver CompHaiantiH sOd fNIDI Disease. Try
AYER'S SARSAPARBILLA,
And see for yourself the surprising activity with which it
cleanses the bloo, kad cures these dlarders.
Iluring lateyearn thr public havo byen susled by large bot
tles. pretend ng to give a quart of Extrlo ofarxanpnar.a for
one dollar. I Ost .thee avn been fNaud pn tiNe Ik, for
they not only contain little, if an SnrapaNrTi. ibut oFen no
purate propertes wbat Ier. lence, bitter diapp intrent
hitlfollowed the use of the varioutsNxtrON o tnr'apnrll
which flood the maretl until tie namN itself has bee 'nr sy
uotNuuaINO th Impostion and cheat. Still e call this i om
p.,hld" tarsaparlla," and intend to snvply eucb a remedy as
dshsall rescue the name from the load of obllquy wblch rests
upon It. We think we have ronnds fr hrlivoi it hN virtueN
.ltlyt are Irtsiatible by the ordi d ry ran of the dNseases it is
infteddtoer. Wa can only asNureiihesick, that we offer
themNthe be't aNterNive wN ch B e knN w hN w to pr des. and
wN have reason tn believe it is by far the most effRctual purifier
of the blood yetdisNcovarrd bI anybody.
AYPK'S CHIRNKY PECTORAL Is so universally known
to snrpas B.ever)- other remedy to the cure nf (NoughS, Colds.,
Infuenes, Hoarsenes Crot p, Bronchitis, Inciplient Cosump
ion, and for the relieofConNumpNitNves Pntient In advanced
st.ges of the dis.ease, thatt iN usnelessl here to reunt the evi
dense of ,lvIrtnes. The world knows them.
Preparedby J. C. AVER CRU.. Lowell., MS., and old by
E. J. HART 3 CO.. New Orleans.
Wholesale Agents
LIVERY STABLES.
TT rdE &.ALLS STABLES,
No. 'S HEALVIER ETRET, NEW OBLEf.
HORSES AND BUO0IES8 TO HIRE.
HOSSES Ki2? ON LIVERY.
PHILIP LoIN
- -ul k lvedmS.k entaky, lfa of the tnhee matNe es
brought thi e m .k Yla er anrd maerhants oow In snt
of N l .ock . td w· i P. .dll toat t71 BaLonne sreets
DR. J. ELLIOTT,
7a BleroynN suafllthas
FANCY iOO)DS,CJA)TIIIN", ETW'
FANT YLND STAPLE DER OODS..
AN
FANCY GOODS.
ARTIFICIAL PMFLWER
RIBBONS.
LACES,
Boots and Sheou
r-that
do n
8. WITKOWSKI & CO. pi~i
97................BM S azlne Street ....... ........
BETWEEN POYDRAB AND LAFAYETTE. And
are a
Countnr Dieersiwfll d our Stock of the asove named
Goods complete and dMlieble. An it bah
leatter
BEEN BOUGHT SINCE THE FALL IIN PRICES, the q
WI.
We can sel at
Twent.Flve Per Cent. Lower "T
?hasthi 11.l mifior aiuii brid hi
Cal and esuue ou Stock befoTe hiung wh~
lJlly
s WrlKOWsKI & CO.,
M67 alaaine stre. n
G ( W. BANCKE de CO.. cent.
• (LATE NORTH, DUTHIL A CO..,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In Do I
Goodsnd
NOB. 11 AND 13 MAGAZINE STREET
New Orlesns
LtO'TEI'.S AND RESTAURANTS.
MOREAU'S RESTAURANT-
AT THE LAKE END OF
The Old Bayou 8t. John and Shell Roads, hot
Is now open for the reception of Ladles and Gent'emen who rono
wish to indulge in a GOOD LAKE DINNER, the Shell Road Th
being in perfect order.
The best cook in the country are engaged by the pro- T
prieior and his WINES AND LIQUORS will compare favor
bly with those of any estabhlishment In New Orleauns or on
the Laie Shore.
Terms moderate, and accommodations for families atnor
pas°d B. MOREAU. Proprietor. And
OIUBPHY's 1HOTElf-TiE UNDRESISNEDs
Proprietors of rphy's Hotel, No. 93 and 100S. Chrles
street hereby notil the public that they wltl find It to their
dvaentage to call ani ai them before going elsewhere, a
,bhey wll get the choicest kind of liqui.s at the bar. Speior
D nners .id Meals of all kinds at the Rataurant, and Board
and Lodging of a superior qliMy, t reay reduced prices.
MOBEA US RESTAUBANT.
No. III8CANAL STREET, BETWEEN ST. .CAELES AND
CARONDELET.
The Proprietors respetfally inform thelr old find aed the
mteurean world, that the above i e sant I1openfor theb
accommdaton at the same old pls and that hy intend t
leaei nothi.n undone to n .rie i constnanell of that rieputh
tio. which it hal so many years enjoyed, va.: that of bring one
of the very first Retaurnts in Americ
AZ the delicacies of the season, with the choiist Winei ind
Lqiora, iiwrys o hbnd.
Th. Propiietor thatki for pat fa ritsolicit aintini
anco of theS haom
I RHODES A MOULIN.
LOTisIANA ROTEL, SEE
213 TCHOUPITOULAS STREET, " M
Opposit St Mary's Markhet, within one sqm i of the Tea.
Steamshib Lading, l
NEW ORLEANS.
pTrrR--sI purdy.
J. CONDON, Proprietor.
T, nB04U5 ROUS&.
THE PROPRIETOR of this werlllmow nd papiir estEa
lishmest, fdindg his present location too smell (or the cal
upon him for uiiommodtid on, wdll, on the Iia of Niiimbe
oD Ns.. 8117, S and A31 Canls Street.
Corner of Basin Street,
whe he hopes to bhe able to fnil.sh a home to al his fiends
He needs hrdly state thot his table si now, a eveir,
psed, nd that every comfort will be enjoyd by parons o LI
OURS OF MEALS or
Breakfast, from 7 r 9; Dinner from 2 to 4; Sapper, 6 to S
W'ASRINGTON EXC.SANE. c
NO. 19 ST. CHARLES STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
B. CLARKE A DOUGHTkY,
(il bEO. I. CLARE--WM. DOUGHTY,)
Corner of it. Chnbrlet and Common tteaets.
OatPIANOS--SEWIiNG oMIACIi NED .
led, F C. LIGrTE w CO..
and i[Late tighte, Newton A Brsdbh.y,l]
ý'ng Hannfauf urer of First Claa Piazo-Forte+.
Sighest Premium at the American World's Fair and Ehibli
o This well.known yearblishment Is now eontinued by F. C.
LIGHTE and OUIh Ecta bi'P, at theold stand, 421 Rriomi
street, between iCroby nd Elm, iew Yor Cit.
A. E. ISLACoAaB
MUSIC PUBLISHER, PIANO MANUFACTURER, ANDM
IMPORTER OF
"Muasteal Merchandise.
107 CANAL STREET,(NEAE DAUFPH.E)
New Odals.
Wholuale Depot of the Baieihmr Uprgsht Plfrl;
R. Nunn's (Late Nnnu A Cl.rk's); Guild A CLo.'; Wm.
Knabe i Oo.'s, aRd other frstel.. P.Loi; Prin. oe Co.
Or.ia and Melodeons, al of which are .id to Dwaer sa
School M fator whe.nle rats.
hill, s ISINGER'SE
Celebrated Siewing Mahaeines.
The moat reiable iand best S.sig Machine offered to the ipub
lib For f iee year , Itih su.tined the irpiuitton bLeblua
liii thb only maihinei. ipable of ewiins all I,::ds of mtodrhddi nd
,;i, Soiiuul AIgeniy, Ni. 1 Cimp tre.ii
_ ~.~-- -- - - -- -- 6l
PRESSES AND COTTON (iLN8. Br
pZRNWN C4)TTON PwEs,.
(FOREERLY UNIO C-0TTON PRESS.)
On Trppnlehere street* Rp
Between Tohonpitoeleu and Petes aMs, Or,
OFFICE 45 CARONDELET STREET. SEW ORLEANS
I. n sopespd to ro5al,.OottoI.0*5g5.foeg, and fo, oS n to
prreaeg. PENN A SIMMONS, PSepSI.SS
VCIISBo T eONPI b ns
LEVEEB, CA·IOPE. GAIENN anEd t IVEL -
HUIISn t B B I snaao..
Proprle t or. New Orleans,
SWOden ,eft atiS PtheFl.O 5,t O~s No. I31 OG~svI
=::1.01. B0551S'. o5MM, No. 201 G1s&45o,4,ll hare
C O T T O N I IE ).............. CIOTT O 0 B OWN
EAGLE, OUITHEER.
EMORT S OR&VEN. M.CHARTI
UzeelsI.r 0.tt.. Bia,.
winth ng, ne,*s or. oina d d4545tin l .blp..,
M west res, W JHN E. FLLER.
No. 8 ST RTREET. NEWYORS
TREE NATCIIEZ DEMOCRAT.
The M-Weekly Democrat I. psblIebed ..e7Th.doy, Thoss.
dayand 4151rday mornings, at $9 per . m. Itll
000 TSEDIUM FOR ADVERTISERS,
having a general cltrpatl0n in the city and cone{{ . F ý
The Weekly Democat, a Family newspapsr, pml 5545555
S Mondny morning. at t..onnm.
J. BENJ. CHANDLLR,.,. .41 Csdondelet stt. New 05
In i.. l mllantbSoSSd agent for th, .ity of New OsI,.. a554
5hat 5,rt551 of L5l.1ai 4 adl aWseippi bordering on the
45 New Orlss, JasAson 5440544 5551S5 5.115554.
MEAD & BOTTO.
es psblhh.ss and Poprisoss, NSloss, Eta.
D A. SAUNIEL'E PIILLS AND SALVE- (1
A NEW AND GRAND EPOCH IN MEDICINE.
- IM
h.Ese wonderfrl Mpdlc'nel are now to famIlr to the p-ople A <
that but lttle indorement o' their va o us s hyste ned be I
made. Tht Pi;11 of - r. M Sggiel coatain nU meral. Iley lay
do not gripe, ard they do not enfeeble the system by extreme ut;in
pubging. They areu nivenal in crtating ot
A V:GOROUS APPETITIE:
And corresgndingly strengthen the digestion. They tone the W
Liver, cl-ar the Heai d and steady the Nerve. To thols who
are not famrodhr with the use of
letters will b, i is hoped, of nuSclent importance to justify
the quoting of them here.
What the Patlents may of Dr. Magglel' s
Pills and Salve.
SThe beet Pills for headache I ever had" n
"My )l r woribs Ile an lllengine, thank to your PRIr" J
" I am pleased tosay b you. Dr. MWAgRl, that I would ot
be wrthout a boa of your PeL for curing ue of morning .nu.
1ea. fAr the wDorF."
"You .lfl find ineled one dollar; Your Pids areonly P
25 cents,but 1 consider them worth to me ote dollar." of
"Dear Doctor-My tongue had a fur on it every mormin like
the hark of a c.*. Your rili. to k it away."
SI took half a pill and crwuhed it to powder, and gave it in
jelly to my tittle .abe for cholera morbu. The dear Ulittle pet
MAGGIELVO PILLS AND FALEE
Are t v i thre e n r e ca bftemotr
alwayI ppose it is hgrdly oraratee le to tell y my bur
foot has got oell Irne the productive of Ilre Ilelon thind 11B
s Conomitant o o the most dtroing diase ar removed
" Sheer rmei r fte box c t S rlBe."
ven ith gooi i edect for tro bxesdos to th.younge's ill
7nd1 . n ) S .L
FOR CUTANEBIIOUS DISOERS
And all engaptions of the prduskin, the of BLVE thenmost theInv Piuable
Theirt a.ot meag externanye In felt at pnee wtnd the usual T
hd .hes g remedies are made erom the purest ail
She no r e os emale a4nd L a , e an
s th good t in preribd downead to theoungest
1BoweS WAl 40. ndiIton,
A ll pti s, t L mot In bl OF
h does nut eal externally ne bt penetrates With the mst
D searching eects to the very root o eil. C
DLUCrThe 1 AnDOrALE
m Nsthm, e hoadahe, Eh
BoAEl Complaint. t Iehihifelon,
Colds Ibe lammation r
rt Dropsy, Rheumatism,
ono Debility, Salt Rheum,
Fever and Agae, ea da de
and Skin Direaes.
n eh Box Cotanlns 12 Pills.
ONB PILL IA A DOSE.
A"Nr,.c--None genuine without the engraved tradb
mark around each pot or box, signed by DOCTOR J. h
MAGGOEL, New York, to aouterlrlt bhloh i. felony, cl
New rOrleans.
G!tLL1HA1'S PILLS
L-roon
CHIL LS AND FEVER. h
A Certain .nre !
Oallihbon's Pills areeomposed simply of Vegetable Medi ti
es |'h yam Cathartlc Fills, cto 9 upon the Stomach,
Liver and Bnwels; containing no Arsenic, C:anrnel Blue Mase
,r any other Mineral subsltnca The great advxnia a the pro
he- Blue Ai~sor other minerals, they will cure the most nb
-ti, kcr caes of
CHILLS AND FEVER,
• PERIODICAL IIEADAMHE,
NEUR.LOIA,
and all affentions of like character. Follow tile directions,
and you will find they will do all that is claimed for them. Try
tar. one box, and ther awn merits wWi recommehd them ever alter
wards.
We !:Hvro use d Gdllghan's Pills, and have never known thrn
St ari to mute whsh tie directions were followed, and unheai
tntin;l; ncn rt.luun th.m 6e, ohlic favor:
lI"n THrtlS iI wAL'IS, Ex-lovernor of Alabama.
lI. rt Ti. ,S J. JU OE, Judge Supremte Court - f Alabamn.
Hon ROBr, DOUDUHERTY. Judge Ninth Circuit Court el
DANIEL SA.Y E, brand aeeretary Grand Lodge of al.
sons, Alabama
tVW.H. U. WALLR, Mheriff Montgomery couuty, Alabama
Col a. R .LITdEKALIt.. .. .. ..
Col. W. 1t(R SBFOR D B.BB,
Col. J C RI DDLE, New Orleans, late Railroad Contrkctor,
Alabamra, Goritn, ,te. •
.tea. jo!r N, A. BANKS. Comnrn.mon Merchant, New Orleans.
Ghlbi UEU. MAbON, Esq., Mayor Wetunlpk, Alaams.
W- C. mholes le Affeat t
.oomD , THOS. W. ARSDEN, B4 roadwav, NewYork.
H hRAL, RISLE¥ &TOMPKIr0,Bhambers treat, N.Y.
BDBA"D WlbI,%ES A GU,, Louis Ills, Ky.
].ARNES WARD & tO., hew Orlean, La.
AD . J. HAIIT A CO.,
Sold by all Druggists.
Retail Prlee-Sl 50 per Box.
BLOUNT A HALE.
Sole Proprietors
Mo.tg".eryt A. a.
Dit J. WHITE'S JESTITUTE
3M C OABONDELBT iTiEET.
In serfthe itylyHeil.
Tli sli alim ifhiis hlts.g Is happhinsss. ad happhinss
impllesheslthi t hbody7 i mkid. Ti
Dr. White's .sprltties and litoeas for thirtly-one Yo, it p,
an estenisss pist Inhligs ltillse (li, hove blrught to him fitor
teastmint i .mt samut of every foim of dl.e ,b blth siit
and h-nilo. dr
Hiitimedlus rstoe thie shtmh. liver snd blood, and r5
.ssmtlusos nd xc.sthonsh f the entir. syistm in tunhelhyili
.heslty tondition. histel iof inijuing soi part h tt hi. it5 II
him or the ii nstitution, they renomate .nd rtpsir the tiisrls
..d twsii, of the lessiitrergaitsii sthb hily siiid misd I lo
Swoosd body.
The Institute to estblshe fortheonto(tal set. nd1 h nl
diseases, vi.: Bheomnticr, Cold., Coughs, Btoncbitb, Lun·(o
rhibi, Atbhma, Cinsumptiii nsnd all dsitsa oif thihroaIi,
Lings, litis, Livti, Spins, BStuih, Boists; Cietisussi
Dytpapsil, iSustila, King's Evil, Whltesslllings; ail gi,...
illiti.. Ahiesa., OCsist, Pil., Fistula, Siyphil.s and Gonut
rbsilti . lltheit istas, mecsirlti iid hired.iitiiy snt, W1 rout t
ial impuriitis of ith Blood, Jenstist, Dlisims. of the Uphi
SBit, Goltri, (Bil Nubk) Dlii...s oit hs ludniys, Groh.
DIsliuiu, Dripsical Diseises, ll Female Aiimmits, W kssu
Wasting and Nervou~s Affectlons; 8)k, NetTswat Almagead
lhei; Dspisiuion of ipiiiis, Hlppsuondilt, Hysthiuuss Pinssi
Spasms. W rsepeat, ihthwosi it ernpti.. f tlrhekis.s
slms, of whstemu sitwe, to tli inLcplint Caus. tiib s
griihiosly siselihsuuituyn stssp ithiu and ptsisataoullh
One or ti o hoi s .pilst te Inhuitile i ih Dr. . lis bI
.atly i saiiimmsli of Iser is othetrl s- fmsumE smi.pti
Now that communica~tion 1. open again, he ascalsla O·Lspn
i onll t hnd y letterii . fioluitlly fIm ll prt uof' tisitiuty
Csunltittoin fle-hUtips not 1' forgotten."
Da' DE ANDIKEWS
SARBAPARILLA BITTERS.
Th- lttntlion of th. Psblic, City nd Ctuithy Ihde I. rl .
spectrally illed to the iitroducltio of the
*mssaparllta Blttesl.
N Themost ple..anttiubd lislb Bitt thit basmesehustsh
tadsiltifu this (ntitti. Tb. irdt In gee tol tan besumitml
hyiths Isilnsit Grotuser ait Drgists:·i
Ijio, Math. it Ci., 4t, is and 47 Sens Levesstret
Gsimm N Picuil, 17 asd 3ltTohutidselds.trush
lt E. i. Hart t Coi. 73, 76 saditlT TshoipltisttM
L. Basest. cur. Ottimu and Tihisagstuals shtet.
P. Avt A omba, 60and 6 OW ens tree
Jioht . Mtos. ior. Piydssasi t i ew Lv"str .
Wi. C. Ylthhet. isp. 04mpsnitstuytdris uhit
Csw DiilinSiPoiyd s shI I
T.W.n )Lisdent DtitgtM ea. . sgV Im. s d Ildsitsr.
it. Tisiti A Widlles, D'sat.hiwa. oyal sand ustitmhouss
0. N. NOiEISON, hAgt
Zi Macesls Mast.1
7i E1IOFF:DilliHAVE RIYOVID OUi UiFFICI
mid -io
ISO Comlsk. mSitrt. up tatirs.
GIVEN, WAITf A CO
EI)UcATVNA L.
(1OL. MflIA FEMNAL IOflITh 11- 0
S41lr., .. d on t.t.fE C(.. , NAY.,r
IN tErTE.EOW , 1151
Rt Ret. C T. QUINTARD, V4hotnr;
Rev. 0E11 RECKE , Prlncipal; Igt
RE.. DAVID PFlE, D. D,. BelleLetsl re M
Rev. JoMEo N. TEMPLE, Wathembt Can.
Every effort lll be muae o aQ ,¢d the highest sdrutag $
for female elncosinn, both sold ad ornam onel. Profemon
and Teacher of ackno.ledged ablty herae been provided for
each department. Clrcelaro containing fll pnrlculf. ea be
obtained by addrwllnthe tI'n1pfD, act t lnm4s. Teln.
IIDWAY CHOOL,
CITARLYfrTEIVILLE, VIRGINIA, G
WlbA O 1 n Ca a. JaslM G.041mRM. A., m(Uni. Va)
A! .ý,ciat I'r~nr:ip'r.'
't he '.sanrd ...on nft.s R, hoot oll begin on the flrstMn0
1p anlp te:ttion a give. toltastracdon in /Enghsh Ytndies
,1011011,ptembetand GdltJ h o 117 1e..., Of
Svl;r.--le.. R-ars .od T-ltion ,SIS pr halfllonl, p4yabl1
In advance. a hllar , and Fuel fuUmbedat e t"'tua;lieaCh NO
poll brllw I,Is own l lowell.
For circldars ar tl tller paRtictlatrs d.s.l
wIlO ON' N. 'AIIt l arlot4v0lle v,.
JANEL M. AtARNEI.. A, Jun3 ln, Hanover OR.,
W ASINGTON COLLEGE,
LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA.
- Psllsity.
English.n ad
Ir'o be a linted--Prf r of Moral Phl1onpy )
A G. NE1. .1N.L d. Professr ol Fthea,0t41 .
WM. ALLTENA M., S rofe1N or Apulled sEotR ,tles.
i. 3. M 111U0o1, A. M, Proessr NbtmI Pl.0lophy.
JOE N L, OCAMPEL A M. Professor Chmiltryl. At
JOA W SBRLCIA EIA .OUGH, L D. PhOlm Iw.
IhARY EO1ILL A. M., Aslitant Proolu-r M1,.he,.c'
C L. POWELL IRADY, A. I., Assistat Prot.E Latl.
(gPo be ppoInd--alstant Pro 1 Ilor of Orek
A PrepIrLtory Gorohes oben Irn stltnted in wh1eh Stodet C
nnprlpdred f.r 0e R bu ar 0t.ebae my re1lve in trcAn1llt) -
n1c1sarv branchs. h4li.4.o .4Int?.,dTRUSR D ..)
mEPI'BElE oand ends l.t T" , trday In J ARt
Te.ns--Toition, end atl other Col'r fees.. ............. Sil
All oither epelos, including 1tord. F mel,
Light., etI, o l nout exceed $2E.
leFor farther infnrmation or for (tlo o. u .sddtl. the FInonI
of WasTngoL, I:olBe . g, D exltnO, Vr-inia
1 I1E LOUISIANA
STATE SEIINARY OF LEARNING
I LITARY ACADEMnY,
NEAR ALEXANDRIA,
SWi re.1ne it execlo on the first lond.y in S.ptembe
nll.,t ndAostet a 1 Mio of ten months on the 30th day of
June, .1007.
T Thenstitotionia istnated In the Pine Woods, three miles
d. rom Aileandria--the lratmon hsaing been mad. from the
entire State ch'eily on accouut of Its healthfuleI at
abundance of pore Bprlng water. The Sem ry badhllog
wasI erected at great cot. and Is one of the largest and finest
oIt clegesedifnce in the South.
Cadetswill not bl recelod 7UDER FOURTEEN YE ARES
OF AGE.
CADET, WILL EE RECEIVED FROM OTHER
STATES.
N.e-e I. a PREPARATORY and an ACADEMIC DE
PARTIMENT, and two SPECIAL SCHOOLS--one of CIVIL
ENOIINERINO, theI ther of MEDICINE,
The bppliet ol0 adindbon to tim Freparatory Department
MUST READ AND WRITE WELL,
andknow Aritbmetic'a Lar as Ratio and Proportion, ioclu.
sive, and the rudimentl of Engl, h Grammar aOd Geography.
To enter the Academic Departmeot, it isoeaaslry to
know Arithmetic and Algebra thro4gh Eqnatlnol of the1st
degree, Eogltbh Gramme, GeogIrphy, and:the Eementary
Grammar alnd Reading In French and Lta.
In tle Acld:mlc Department there is a Literary and
SCIENTIFIC COURSE OF STUDY,
. having ther point of divergence In the -Sd (or sophomore)
class. In the Literlary omllrsO the
ANCIENT LANCGUAGES AID LITERATURE
re thoro1ghly taught ; in the EcIentA1e course, thes GREEK
rLANGUAGE is enlted, nid4n its stead are taught
MECHANIC AND PRACTICAL ENGINEERING.
Tbe parent or guardian must STATE IN WRITING, o4
entering his on or ward, whicdh coure of study he wlishe
him to plrsuo.
No one will be adntted to otllther of te Special Sehools-
Civil Engineering or Medicine--who is not qualified to enter
l tiNe 8eeond 4 or Jaior) Cliss of the Academia Department.
' It is the o1eot of the School of Civl Engineering to m01e
ob ACOMPLSINIED. TIIEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL
ENGINEERS,
1A, mnd of th,0 S1,ho of Mldlciao to give 4 GOOD PRELIMI
T NARY PEI'PARATRON f1r tile Schools of Medicine 1in gew
O1ter (1rlcu1 .
F,.pet3'1 Per 31.11on or Ten '. wth..
At
of JI
Tuitilan, Board, Washing, Use of Furniture. Fue% Lighlts, Fort:
nMdiSl an4 Library Fees, Text Boo.3s and 0.t5tloery..BIW fo tl
Pny nillalill in advance, anlld the IIlPnEeO n theist of Fbbtl- Als
nn'. Tllrre mane a ,lo b3e drpol3I41 o13utr30e a Contingent 5.1.
Fe of 215, so mulh of whbic an is not xpended wll 3 e re . C om
landed It a ill be b-ro~d that the fees cover every it.. of
30..plCcblcrl Clthing. ,1 god 1 pply of i w.bhich the Cadet B
nlace bring 1ith 551m. L.F
P,,3113011,,b13 b0 mode in ,11lll4 . This rul1 is Imporl- NJ.
tio and C i4ll be111burc in every ro3e N
The Semlinary as ua the. nuclcln of A relpectable Library,
1300 ,-,l,30.1, 1.4d on the pelnng of tfl N5111Seon the
SCIENTIFIC CHAIRS-u ll bo wl .13,li34 w1111 aplltp31rt113. C0
To give the Calet t251 b10flt of the so1ety of Lnd54ic, there is 7w
Isa
A CADET H01'
at~ tlap l emiaaty on thle last Iriday Evenltrob of each month J
The 110P 313311orked like al.01rm durig th1 .b, ptear y3 Q
p I ujllridggs-lbnaa nd redoing the fee kings of the Ceddts,
A nd is nwinteining gooud order Iad dltolpdis 0. I L
I Cl*1LLI-RI· encouraged to~attend Dl1 ilO W~orship 1. blesp
dril ool,5,30 Sbbath1, 0,11111, 131 114 345 to l t1131113u of their 0 41
adcllh1.1l4 I Miniters of the 1101d l 3041 utlyholl d Servi. e at
IIe Semlna1ry.
I bh151te51..1,onha1b3tc1lolnd4J11l13f, 11th 1116 matrl3 -
" I lol, nrl R Laing almost certain that there will not be ten t C
bthan 2( Caell1 prlll d4ri4'g tb313t 500001,3 th1511 d41330
82.1,nun 3 of pat3ronizing e Instituton.l a 5e1111l to be p111 pt in AI
en Ctering their sons.oA the Seat daf of the ession. Am
S1a0,1311Bea131 icL~ay dets must1not fail2 t1 bpre011 1 t1 15 1 3 I
leginting, of tint. USdi, a pieces c3nnot3 1 e b31 I. -adfor tb 1
t them, as·
a In case of n+R opillnlnie is Vet, Orleans or inl the glhurisl dls
i.\tricts of thle 4tdte C~tdltl can onesh the vncatiuu Ait the Poml
A nary.
º1
Al.der l1e Board.
DAVID P. BOYD. l1.I.l1ut 141lt and YruEI4l3r of A0
clolu LJl.-30I131.nd k1.glietbLiterature.
51I331HARD M1. lENABLE. Professor ofCivld Ultlitntly
Engineering.
114H3 A. £ WEST, Protestor of M31.153,1tic. and Com-01,
mandant of Cadets.
JEAN PIERRE BELLIEB, Professor of Modern L1.guage3
,,ndLitetullre.
EDWARD CL' 1NIN1II14., Proes3or of Nathral Ph1130bly.
3 JOHN R.PADE, M. D., Professor of Chmbls4tly, Mineraloy.
Go.,log and Motcrl u Modlcn. I
JAMES W. WILSON, 4. D., PRo(fe3or of Antomy1, Physio
logy and Surgery.
JAMENS . BOYD, A. M., Assistant P11f311.r of Anc11nt
La1guage3 and Literat1re.
ROBERT B. RITES, A. N. P31., 1 Assist3nt Profess3 r of
3,odrn Lalrgualg111.nd L1er313re.
3. MADISON WELLS,
saga
Gov1l1.or and E1-OficI President of the 4oard of
,OL Supervisors.
?1CE SW- rot further information address
D. F. BOYD, Sup1rintend31t,
PoWtolBc. 4433A 15dri, L&
10 St1ate 53301.3031 .1 MiltyQ .134311, 1013 2,143
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RISKS,.. 6the. moo hmo6te t
EDWARD SIGNET, Presldent
WIC P. KELLOGG, Yves Presiden
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GUePT WVTHEJ1 6NE
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PIEE, THE PERILS OP THE SEA AND INLAND
NAVIGATION.
At rates LOW sew enT3EE8 AS AVAOUANS3 .66n.6s
JAMES LO6851E, P,64468.
C. Weu.u.6. 6.617.65
MENUEAE1S XVTVAL IUJVUMANEJ
COMPANY.
TWELT1 ANNUAL STATEEESY.
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