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The.Iaboined letter give about si i an
cconut of the disturbaoes inthisotol on the
30th of July as en we havre senin the North
era pread. We te6jay it, wiih'St Introducag me
editorial notice, fr.os m.{: Bton E "vening
Thebtol~lol r, lt0en by a former re
lh f o hela lonofo o family
Ssnperuniofo so
...ircle,. +aý1ame whichsi ontled .tn o.the" late de
Cltom rt in New Orleans: e
New Oitne, Aug. 5,1866.
Zi hvt. astained .nOmpPttlnmy pen to paper.
orAi onence ater the events of
Slas, until to-day, for the reason thatI
whenever I should resutme it, to speak
eney of those occurrences; and to give
,-tlia.a mese retleOn l ideaeof the cause of
Llat. s eaium thile-ity, ol the maier h
It was carried on, amad the results which 01
veso far emanated therefromm. -Fromthe jour
sals of the dad, you will have received the news- I
aper ae eant and optSlen of the arair, hut, an
these are not alwaye the most correet, It wilt
doobtless' be interesting and useful to you and
other to receive some of theideas of a private in
`deda1'upon thn subject.
14 th- ripd of 1a ata t gestion, and by
order ot m u fnral Banks; th.. ommanding
the delpszlaitOof the golf, a convention asem
blsed ifer- thesppuPe' of altering and amending
tlthe Oateslqn of fLooe.sla. The resuit of its
ot `wasrthe p resefit' Stat Constitution whlc
wae duly presentedlto the people, and by them
raitifed 'TblOconvsntion adjourned, tore-assem
s blel at the call of its: president, whenever sech I
resoewsoationhould:be considerednecessary or
.en~~Ot.iA, - ,
,Hl appear thatcontreary tothe experin
bae of the .pltlotlsoe who conotiqtod that as
' embl, their Aote I that capacip faiedt.o se
lbre forthenm either lasting renown, or ltcra
Is topotitleio the politices of the State. One by
on they sink into obasuority. -
"What, wan to h be.dopet.They were politscians
by profession, and somesthing most be done to
Sreder their businee more thriving. Under the
~rb nstructlonpolaoy of President Johnson, the
s State wa fast returning to its normal condition
of prosperity. Those who have actively partici
paed in thewar, tree to their American instincts,
aebell a totheir sacred word of honor, givenas
a condition of amnesty, from general-in-chief to
Ip ptivate, werd, with *onherful unanimity and
almtrtqy, retrning to a life of honest and peaceful
labor.
-Jsltisprepotfionas this good work'was ad
iing towtd completion, just in that propor
ad t ohere tha segittorsand political hooktero
te.ia tee totht sedimentary status from which
heyid een'bolled up by thae bnllitions of four
yearof *ar.
An by s*hist'of a "constituional 'conveqtion"
~teeem hadst'been .Ucesefally introduced
ato . emeralnotoriety, it was natural for them
S (like causes producing like effects) that,
hejsmiTi movement, they might again achieve
Splacemapower. It is not at all srnrpliing that
under ciroumseaces'lik e these, they .ioold have
dbeeed a reconvocation of the convention of 1864
toe eminently " expedien and necessary."
' .he qnscaion of negro equality and sufrage aof
fording them a specious pretext for such a course
ofac~onst.inorecng the.fact that by their own act
inpf. ecilbing'le manner in which the Constitu
tion co.ldalone be Uiended, they had divested
Stheiroontetplatet movement of all show of le
gqLy, Sao omnmittee of that convention, in the ab
ecoef oll real' and duly elected president,
sroted n individual, styling himself, or by
them ceeettiýed, a" president protemn.," to issue
Sa oil fortris b emhly, for the avowed purpose
Sof folsting upon the people, with the aIdof the
natiloalq ge.vrnent, andigainst their oawn inoli
nalln. the hated dogma of negro equality and
b uig em. ef pthe
lag Baoh a'9ampe of proeeding, in view of the
ft hcae sa ites inception regarded by
tgioe a fiene ie l fgt of joke; but, whenit
came to be definitely ascertained that real danger
reatened th iberis of-the people, energetic
!o- msuarn were mmedjltely set onf oot toru
ad te this hotlle depignt. first this was essayed
Sthrough .toageancyof the eivil courts; butthe
action of lite mactinery of the national govern
ment, (wheither duly anuthorzed or not, remains
hyet yto be teenol) fatally interfered with this pro
ce n. The convention, openly boating its power,
in dedfiance of an almost unanimous public senti
2 meet, announced ie, intention to assemble on
, Monday, the thirtieth of Jnly.
, Sue lhae the position of affairs when Mayor
ionr.. ioued it procamation, announcing sech
inuten of the convention, and enjoining all good
eltizen, to refrain both from participation in its
deliberation and frcm any demonstration which
Smlit tend to provoke a. disturbance of the peace.
t" noon on Monday the "convention," com
Sprising Tlea thatirtly white memberS, and coun
miueqnaed by qoveralt hundred colored men, met in
j the hall of the Mechnisca' Institute. Upon call
ing the roll, there were found to be wanting of a
s qorua more than forty members, a quorum be
,'g seventy-one; and it was jnbilantly rnmored
that tle whole afhair had proven to be a fiasco.
t, mdich, to the surprise and indignaticn of the
Speople, a recesswas taken, and the sergeant-at
arms was prdered to proceed ilto the streets of
the pitf rrest members of the convention and
ooeaq them to attend the meeting; a measure
little enlclated to appease the public mind. It
r.. wau. during tis recess that an altercation, be
of tweena White citizen and a colored "convention
he 'lt'"prenlpitated the catastrophe which ensued.
B1, The 4 ilo of that horrible scene of slaughter
tot hae b'den more graphically described than is in
In mypowir to deplot them. Snlce it, the conven
ed trlos .*qa.efctdally broken up, at least thirty
Ir heeper cen6of its members, aiders and abet
lo W beiug either killed, or more or less severely
to~odud.
I oubnmit that it is a misnomer to call this demon
e'a ostaan of popular indignation, thisdnmistnkeable
by declaration othewill of the people, "'4 riot. It
ttpt of nu of the .c terlsties of a riot.
r go w d aipatk e thb nature of
in Irentoal, faral the ew diati conflict was
r- .bre._ll a battle n therfl' an a mere popu
ntl lar disturbance. Removed from the objective
ad peiot, there wae ebidanger 'atevec of life or
.eperty ; and th e bie beeno proscription of
i th coled race, er . or since that time,
. f my.. saw nebese byl ozens attending to
Lu.v tsirdaeil voqagot net iwo' blocks h from the
ae ~oene.of.o w noielno olet them or
n- ee~efad. 'Tte oelvention was the dis-'
o! .arig emeilt lIt o city bau'returned to it.
.of uteojoal oonditioq.n orepsloe., . '
SAS ACR OP he
ablishes
I~?fo ol. Jo.E.
a J.dti to`tole two leoreo
' t f ,cjsD guch. Mr. Fot.
f $d trai of the In
1r rede r .issistance.
two Indians
5.V ,d nWo ater two days"
ai: eond ey' t. ~ roached within
eý eYOI t3rt >r hinh was die
o ddmpnpodee writhn three miles
h wllehtitotarl daylight,
w ..o ed'tll 'ite sadtlie others
at the 'Fn e b Not fltding them
d, the partj e.paed, three
a .'tOireehroeekplfl hi al.non.
n'the I'di eovered tie ndiaa aboute
a o daili.attbU.. bad no war of reaohing
rlitoat~·gling quite'a way round. The In
C d qlgM OjO landappeared io high glee at
et l 'ia never dreaming of danger
S but t came with a terrible
¶ htae. tnoaotheinon, armed each with
5ehOIUI8 lt cavoer, voe-upo them, and
1 bidI'býain l.am writing his. evory male
dbat adgoa to th.prlt hind, and
e two were Wouded on tho way. One of the
I t pkin k nilled froJoileea with hi rife
Ooa oae.w h, by eolvgeeoptheg killed for,
a ted thJxd o e-eaOou kf~edi alll a wounded
In eon, of .t¢ teen looe. One Ea wa w ace
.pOIOadnd 00L4 1O hby nball
ttrastheCtain maade in the
Oltot + o.uhjd,, . U e 0. , tfllgd twele.
, eo.dt.d ,thre.,W theoe.ndgemeoto
-i e!h d t tiiaryeOeeedi8gi , rinhes
o d. Taoqoa1uwowere
Olledklled. Thile weaocl,
among ooioiagqawa'; lone
) t t e-o through the
P e dt!Iodtone
a o ete-laeerb laddreoeirom Gov.;
it thlwnu"hehaondeaeora to
latote bolatloery proeeediogo in that
jato. W ' ititolloh eleted bythe lboplelheo
1gold o tilO .heiltha ftlonl 00d is now, the
000emyig ono 06g'domooiftraoeubit athoue.
vention hsbsemdiagltlaetlol hnthe qytreme, and
I hlotaoge far itiah piieoe of pfildl soreoleoea a
t peitleore..ma MeIto Looauia what Bi'owolnw is
t to Teonroese. exeoroted end deoplied by almost
the CotieO p sOp-latioL.-{CincDti n ciquirer.
SHERWJP'S SALES.
81111 D1408850 CIOFn) 11 W. 1181,80.. STIIAMSIHIP S.
yM .1 1nl,1..-Na) IOOT7HEIIN STAYl Cspt.1N sad F.
BY VIIRTVU otf s wnt o lft 1 .olnn. t E1
Jl me directd by the $tmnrable the Sixth District 11Hart of
New"Orl lla, In the 8DFFa Nnt11id 11.NI ill pro1xed t sell T
ttpublic ttloo. at warehouse, No.B Jeferenu ttreat i
re5.0 dl.tri.l ofof8this c41y, on FRIDAY, AugNNDt 1st, j,
Il 8140 Dat loo 1 D. e.: 0u
Cetall-n atoneOlken from on board of laid steamship, 0ld D
0.111111n of Besf lF Pork, Mol 17 11s, Tomatoes, etc. 1
A. perhInnopDb, w cllIoan be ml IdI my ollllp pb
edin the · rib Ault.
1k RUB-This being the secnd and last auction, the enid ryr
stores will be definitely sdjudiuted to the highest yo b I·t h d- e
der or whoeverr they will bong, at twelve months arualls .th
purehwer furniebing bond wick good and aolls·a I s [y.
Itaring6ld ar pt interest per aannm from data uotl pay
ofpy Raid purchaer ebnll dedut andpay i yeyw the moo u
of printingr, Sheriff's sod CI rkril eAtiRM:. LIsaHy b t J.D
Sherif of the parish of Orleans
151... 0,.mg.,Copal oF IF. AUI7I1TE VS. SClR ,
ADELAIDE -CAPTALIN
NEW O1LNAS-N-I. 17,113- AND 01111111. J
B7 dire Vr tydS~by I th~aho oso r aleth witofyoh 1Hetric e set Court . ae
I1SIe.00F1n lDnbove n ttled n0 l,8I Fill proceedtosll
At p1.181 aerat111, b thI M..1h 40t' .nd AenIlon8Df' K...
ekangs, Roye I sto t at... Cehsi acid Cnstambons sttreets
in the Ocoond Dakiot of 8512 olB, on THEURSDAY, the 211th
OdlI1SepItl11be 1P616, at o'clclk
III, hoonbr AhIELAIUE, tog81ether 1718 8,1 7.381,, El
I zlng, eta., IN th II. lie, L tI Old Besin, Hnat M.ri
i NIIFII.
Bail·ed 1n the tovn soft
WYNN, -C.Nb,.I18NtpIL RARRT. HAYS,
ShNb.,IIIfIIN PNIIN of lO.ies,
1.r1a D,,.1111 0011FF or SNF t . 1. B0DD re,.
I ODINsN-DIo. 11,240. JOSEP ITINSON.
W fl VIRTUE of s wFitF of Ferl FIF3N to
a mnIdirecte by lb. S.aonbl. tIheTiRrdII1tric1 Cour0 1
h of N w O"Ita0" in Eke erentitled cease, Iwill pproeesd
to oh it pa teantina the CottoLta and to, us, rr'
S11 1.11ee RalS street b,1.1 ,1 CaIaI sad Crl,,bhon.
I- stta, t.I tlb Se.ond District of this 1117, IN TUESDAY.
Slb.h 118th dy nys.f S bFpt l5b, 1 111, at12 'cl 1, thefollowing
IS aeribes papert7 via.
1.TWO LOTo OF OROUR0 s3 111 11n1u81rb18t M8117.
First Di1trit of this lity, L1the11,. 1711. IN1plbd 818,
ý. Glrod, Cmpn and St. May ry l sonat. And tionth street, Ltfayettt
e Sapara detlgntted by the Noe. 1 and. of a plan donna by
roId FN7U, t deputy s IFveyor, .1ed he01.11, Fbru8 y,
B" 1831, a.n0d DInIo1t an ct pulsed before L. l Ca1 e the
g_ notary M i,81 in this city. d0ed the 6th Marc8. 183$,1whi1
Iota of eun psr each 26 teat front. mrore or lees, onh
y WdSout th tymeaur street, Lafayette 3gaae by 87 fet, more or les
huont, -ddalso daep on Camp street, of which it forme the
to corner! Togethe with all te buildings and improremeatr
to tber..ID lghl, ..7N Sa1 pri1111goN therentIto b818131, c.in
vJ 'se appertaining, k nowc mthe GPl~rno n- a
II 1 AND A CERTAIN LOT OF GRlOUNDl, together w1ith
le the81uildings Rod 0mpro1.ments thereon, lit d I. thile a1.,1
ro :id sqIre, compris lditblln Camp, Grod and 51. 181,7
g ate , 3And South o 11!. and L.,! 8S111re d18ign.ted b1
;i- the Ne, on the plan et resaid, and meeaoring 25 feet front no
g8, Bouth crest, LufTeewa Square by 80feet I. depth, bctreno
86 arnlle line. TogKether with thle privilepo of vetng I. the
rear an alley, three faet wide, opening a¢ Tamp strelet. Being
to th8 same property a7q11red by the181 d nof11dalt from Alo.
Id J 18r, by act dated the4, t1 day of May, 1115, ,11111.0d before
h- A- Bo.dousqi, notary public, I. nfel1itdy.
Together with fourr hundrod lend fihly (42 ehar n H w e
dnte to four hundred and [weary-sane (421 of the slltnl
A. I toyk c of the ·'1Lfhrns' Bank of oubdaus second by mortlriage
Id h 1R h.nbae HAYS,
I1re 118,gs-The urebaser to Resume th 0,1,1,. of e
Ib I tc note to favor of the Citi0rN. Bank of Louisiana for the
anm of nine thofsand dollars. (11 18X 700) pblef n the
15tIsh day of Jnne next, (196) tiled or reuewnN. ncodiýn tt
the terms of the hhhrrer cf Bald Ralik, And the balance in the
71 pric I1.djudiclaton, 1as ,1 18 SIDh b HARR . H CYS,
Sherifff of the Parish of Orison..
It, Sra Dsratr Coler r HENRY LARQUIE ,. B.
Sew Orleans-No. 10,841. COHNAY. LN8.
at By VISTIIE of a writ of fort foaln·
Ye to LIs dire0ted by the Hlbnorae the 181th D8111 Id Court
or New sOrlwna in Lhe above entitled caus, Iltproees to lul
64 ttpnbltea~ctlon,atfheMmchats' ed Aocinnehnct'
Royal stoaet, bsttssn Canal And Cnllomhouee streets, in N.
'ye Second District of this city, on TUBD IY. mhe 19th der of
I 11,1mb11, 1NI6, at 121 obylok A8, th3 follow1ng de1,ribed
Ie LG O ROIIND, toy, Cher with the buildings and im
tu- provements thereon opr~ituted un the Fourth District of this
city, to the egnare onuded by Wahhtutoo, Fnitoa. Fourth
,ad and~nsaustreets. Said o measures, Eglish meas~ure,
II- 53 f.sto10 Inche front oD Fourth street, by 10- feet in de0th,
Ib- tad le formed:
bIs Of slot of ground deslg.ated by th81No. 21. o¢.1plan
bt, dCawn by N. 1.17711111on, and d deposit tdL the ea o71 11B
by Cenar late Notary Public iu the c·8y. pnrchnse from~ the suo
e sessN of FanD n D t. SAIDod, by ct dated 11th 18Apl 113,
b7foreJ R. Blorgste 8 1then 18ecordera.1d 1 1of113 Notary
Be Pobllo for the parlb of Jaffe ..n
he Id d NNf sstrpl or porlln f g.1nd m1as1.11ng 2 f.t 14
1iI" 0.118 front 1.1Fourth I 8atw. an81 e1te1ing that 11111th1
hol dpth of lo No. 22 which trip or portion of jo tog
ai 18. NI. fomld ..o. 211, 1.1sid. pile, onthe.,ide, 8318in'
he tun J. D. C,,lyee Notary Pbl1,0 datd 16th August, 1316.
by4Isedin the above Amt, NN belonging to defendat0. H1,y71
it q-TN1NI-1Nh Ion the spot
er HARRY T. HAYS.
aShlrff I or the P1 h of ,rlana
IS- P111 DINIDIIF 001.11 0.A,8. A, GAYAARE, Jr.,..a
ed o1.Ne. 7,601.1-N. MNICRAEL RIDDED AND AR
he 17,181. THUR SELAIOER,
,n Y VIRTUE& of writ of etrssre ad sale,
"'u to me directed by the iooonbLe the Fourth District
iI' Cour of NIe OrIbbI, Li theII.1s ntitle caws.1 I 0ill pro
f0_ led to tlell f bes anotion, at eke Merchants' And Aac
11sF,.rs' E11I8.g .. .1Iy .et11, 8,1,an 1 anal and DICtoI.
e horusatrsst., in the eeaond DlstriU of ths o dq on TOES·
ti1- DAY, the 18t1 y ofI Sptembr. 1866, It 12 o clck ,.. th8
on 1,1 i aetiedypet v:
A SQUARE OF 010080D, together 18th all the
1uildings and ImplIroFamel.0Ng 18 berNitua 81 18,th
leis d por o gl al plan f ad faulourg, deposited I. the o 1.e of
0ed Carlip PolockLie aoaryýpub o in this city, boonded fir
Fronokmsn, Union, Pelopidu sod Liviogstan streets, and
it. measurin g 32U f11t front on each of Fre1chm1 8 and Union
ID0 J11 .p, 3U9 feet 11,nches on each o1 Plopida1 and L210 271
III- BTfl,,-C,18trom pJ h 181111 l, et pdsstd acqure
in.- Jos eph CuvBlllr, notary public I. this ity, on the 22d day of
in Jyeisd led n the above snit
,zq-Ts~Tars-Cask un he spot
1 HARRY .HAYS,
7e- -1herif of the Parish of Oleans
FOPRI DiysrEC OOS, IJOHN B. BIAWSON v.. FELIX
of New Orleans. CLAVEL[-NI. 17,607.
BT V RTIO E oft writ tof seizut and sale.
to m directed by the Hlonorable the Fourth District Court
7 of New Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I w 11 prceed to
sell at pu1blic uncIon, at the Mserhant,' and AycyIyovet,
tBISang,, Royal street, between Canal and C,,,hmto b,,ou
Ireate, lathe Second District of this city, on FRIDAY, thb
14th ay tfy rypthmber, 1166, at 12 o'eloc , the lullowint
describ~ed pyyperty, vil.-.
TWO FEllrAIN LOTS OF GROUND, ,sotate,,iyfyy and
being in the Sieconld District ofthis city, it)1he Iqn ba ou 11,
by,,1o IN Dhyygeu,,,, Biytyilybyyd I ny i,,16,yyq,,olb, y6I
hlicb ltse severalo y dyigltytd by thle Nos. 17 and 21, nod
No. 17 tt olluw, to wit:
I Let No. 17 ..161,I fret fO,1t on Bood e tay,-t6 feet oi,
the rear line, by 116 feet 10 IllnLyht,,d i) linen to depth; x"Id
Lot No,. 21 mO 231018 f yI,6nebes ,Iiilinei , trouIt nu 6,
Fy1.ho Le sitbor, the same wiythear line, by u depth of 318
feelt. ''ke whale betwreen paralle lines. 'loge: hr wltl all thee
appurtenane,, ryight, ways, 1166va 161 Ifl6lldi.
lb.f ilin -6y6FJ,,y 1be1
longing or .ppertxin,ng La strd lot, of E uud. B-1n the
.q. B prBIperty cred bh defendant by tibty. o from plain.
tie; Per act pas,. d be rro R Jl. ller, putar). public iu this city,
on the l41t · y of June, 3562.
Seized iu the ahoy. .mt.
Mir~anna-Cash on "' "' t.Rp T A
Sheriff yf Ihs Parish 4 Orleans.
BALE BY TBE SBERIFF OF THlE PARISH OF OR
leart, in order to l~oct a pbytion.-MYsnt lFilbyelinl
BtIsmyt,6, wa1s of Conrtd Frederick 8t 16,0,0er n[ alb.
It. M, Loblsa tBrickinyg, 1if of lonra1 8. Reiykiug b
al,,-Hlt 0 yoll ttll. SbecondthitriyI L1oot of Nyy Or
Ioos-S.N.27,1t3.
SY VIITIi of a fedree rendered and
t yned July 27, 166y, xnd to me directed by the Htbyibi
Ba Scoud District Ueuut of Haw Orlaane, in the above en
titled cause, I .ill pmyyd to Bell at pyublic t1ti10, at
1the Merchats' and, Atctiy66,tltE1xchange,R ye street, be.
tweet Canal and CustomhoIle streets, in tbs Second District
41 this ty[ on FRID, h,. [he 1,1 0 of 6A6gIty1866, at 12
l- t'ltyB B., In order to eRell. pstytin, the follwinyg de
3OtBhd opptlF.y, ia
3. A lbttETAIN LOT OF GROUND, together with all th6
uildinS s~dl tmproyemty s. etc.; thereon, boyate in the Ftey.
yt 1 TISmtI; ond Dtltricyby this otyily , 8,1itod by thy
B Try;ttn atlt dt6wn by VtIlqu1,iI 131, l c i
dated 35116 It, 186 b. lb. t sqyhre bylnded by Fllyer,
DEmaien, St. Ami, and c~lytI. styt1,; wch bt ,,biyii
twentyný¢le feelthreelnu ton cud onr lines front an Plllera
street, twtnty-nine l 't h t cu inch and three Ilt. . tt ,idth Ft
His rturr'L[ns, by one hundred ltd twenty .even test tea Inches
o depyth Ayquired by the It, 61,otha~ StlpprySgyen fom
tbI,6Bolyyhteetttel tJtB,h 3. Mayey, by alt Ltlare E. I.
Lse.ti, lae a notryy publlit I this 1617. on tbt 27th Mty, 1511.
The bildl,1,, and lmpybvemelt, mmnlm one silty 6romt
djsallinlr hence, Walte roofed, dlrded ito twno tencnronta,
frt~t1 each three roomy, (tyo with bra placsyi a two story
t ram, kimken, having lour rooms and four cisterns, two in
each tenement, ell, pyrivy, etc.
! &.A CERTAIN-OTHER LOT OF ROUOND,. with the
IybprovlItlltt, etc., thereonL , sitItI It the Fourth District of
6 ;Is cty . 1the 6,uare bounded by itI, Sevenob, rlsq.s.
m ena w tentsattest geldlot to dly.* LAd As Numb61
I 6gkt ot' BttsBire, an theC plst drawn U1, A. i ddyb ,Bdtt
J .ondnr, u the 10th proh. 3855,' ,thy, led to the nffl a of
115. GnhBam noWtry p1,1ne1,, this cIly, and m.eatrebiyly.
one real three tidt,3 fbot y¢ PrytH6la .t1qt, by * depthtlnd
G ropC ,o.Btsti treelarone htndrad apd twgpty 11 t..srmi.:g
I yy,6tytyr Blttb y,3 and BBIb sItret.; tand aty Ftred by the
late Wllbalm Steppenhxaan Rom (ieord· W. Sn t'tt by not
beerS Btid nonlhrll nthe btlk i, 1866.
- -Al-o
' 1. A CERTAIN TRAlIT OF LAND, .60,13e ,n the
B 1 lasrlh of Livinltsto¢, In thin State, oil described as follows:
soul b~lf ut nrorth-west qllul r, nod to tth half of soutven, -wes
quarterBnd H .mol4 -ahtqIIyl t ,61ti1 51. N 11. 661,,1 it
i. Iothlp Ho. (y ) yhy y1 1,1, 56 ,n Ta. No. 3, three east, to,
tugn three hundred andtwenty-si And selnutyW.r huuddredtas
B R ,res.
B B m' e't SP1 13' be Uyylxhibition at the Exchasng
wm? seas p'xn Gnb t txlim tilaide
s of the )ad i tI tprish o
'B IIv geu, tcSi ol the1.16t. For the real M 1,6 l the prilsh
.-.Jirett, onl 13,d bth,, the relsiu i tito eual yt 6646
RD a th cue And two years from data of sal.. 1ith ol.,h per
d ,ets nterest from date, the note. of the puroba er tu ba Elvou
1hedvl 'it pa Ibitu, W his t6It3rd 1,,,6by ifbBiEI
II doreed andto be ,ceared hl7 renders pp 'viklge and special
mortgage ,y the Ftipert, 3l. until hln.l payme1nt.
3ct. 1.1 aTsd Ih. 16t .1 BY, RIBOeBvenu stamps at t6he ex
o peas of the putekaeer.
SARRY T. HAYt,
iBtl of the Pa1ith of 6,1.60.,c
I,, DurxO~htE, EITOR CI D CH S. O.A E
OPIER. s-DEB. I8,6E. 0BT 0. CONNELLD C CO.
RE-TRIO'II oVftF-wBFit of Ptyyty t~tlost Sin n
b rrodd by the :OtelrtlI iwe BI1th Dibtri 1t bl
Newt 3 Orleas, t the sr, e entitled cause, 1 66 ll6,666, :xi
'LO sq 11 to p bRU faetlrn9t, 'et the - IrFIIaxnta ¢d Aur·
Ilultsrl' 6a 65h sareet, between Len) and tot t m
1innWslrro. I the Seemd D066, 2r or' Wit city, n 1t
3 htL), iort pb day of tblyyl, 1868, t 12 lock is., fle
B IollpwiE1 6rribedlyharts I.
herogt 1 tth tirtPD tdyI;uf 111 his y, d' ltsate. I)ing end
No. d6 of square No, 7, whisk 4 b oian mes od .1 If of Wa
- I (ko and (:ommon tteats, and esaru tidily lr ft tn.)t oa
C Rampart ad Basin streets, by 0 h aviand end stets, feett
depth. tyTogseer with ells We imprlaP nutl tkraau, right.,t
~l e seigydy the pbove raft se belouging to defendant George
HARRY T. BltYB.
B herlff or th P.A~uh of (),rate,
24ATCUITOORES, LA.,i
L Tr DUPLatr, EDITOR AND, Pf)OPRIBFO a
6 Pdlt11d 'rr' Wednesdal and Saturday,
OFFOICE-+' T DENIS GOMEET, IN THE~ OLD COURT
HOUS0
' R'AT]S OF B VRACHTPPT 0X-Per yrrr,'n Ad..noe, N;;
t llx Ilnmhe, ; .tyres laabl p1
abae~ perwu. ,Nava ,: of lire mail J Ilrl~illc to a n It of their
4 dutnnlav pper far hý ' the ah1Ta ate
t AUYIS tTi S[;<O-Oita ail, n-c, tint cue, r~aa, $1 :U, curb
.Abblbera drcducnvu toasts t yearly adrrrtlinis,
CONSTABLE'S SALE.
.Sssss Jcars,, Csss, EARHIRT A FRR8USON Ns. ý
P el.8b of 1l.5-Ns.. HIARVIY (41711,D-Same lX
8821, 8858, .nd 8661. ,s F,55,.
EA18.AR'T FERGV8ON vs.- HARVEY GUILD AND
WIFE,
flY YIHTIIT F. fthr. writs of iferl i,0lu
Bto to s directed b5y the hoInorable Go,1. A8,111-g Second
Justice of the Peace, and Il consent of plaintifs and de
fendants, I will 8ro5558 to tsbuls .5588,5 88158.
IDAY the ISit 8a of September,1868, 58 1'2 &clock s at
110 " . c8i r85 s"'at, 158.5 1)85,885 the following d558ribed
Fro4Urt Cs,.1U
- lnelo ofLiu~bol Prntee Ualit and liaa Fla of as
F5 1 8515,nf s58,istIsg of G7 1 518.. I'd .584. 11.8.5
a wsoledin sthe above nulsb
" ,ý^ T._ _It n ihl spat, in U B. 7'reaar notea
Jones 1 . Ss sI,, .
t Cnnetable Second Jnstkec Conrt. D
3. E. FULT*N VS. STEAMBOAT FANNY PEARSON,
6.me re. Same - Second Justice Court, YariFh stOrl,.,5-.
mNos. 96Ma5nd7879.
BY VIETV o St85o Wrlt. of fLersit1sr to
41 .s 48.ss,8te by 88,. 1Lnossbl, 81.5.1. 85558b., 8,88.4
Justies ff tF, asse ill proc5e5 to ese1 p 1555,8 auction
ea SATURDAY the181th day o September, 1866, RC 1R o'clck
a. t theMe'l rchants` and Auctlsaeesn' Exchange, Koynl street.
between Canal and Caluor holle t'asets the following a
scribied prnyptr v, to-wl:
'THE B'1 &O IOT FANNY PEARSON, Lie Frniltsre
Seised n the aove sui
a'.Ta.8S-Cu82 ons5h potiU. R. T-S,.ssnotes. As
7JOl1 C. BUZAC,
eColstbles ISand Julstic "o'8. t.1
ISAAC U. HINTON No. 8888, 58
Da. DAVIR. 8.85.5 J8e55s. 58s. rn P
B Y VIRTIIE sf o writ of £serl fuls., to 85
me directed bythe Honorable (. H. Braoghe. Sec.nd
N ,lJsslss the tFscs in and forthe pnrlsh o s Orleans, sill
s." sscesd to Blllsn front ofsmy orssy Er cer o1 555.5888
,o Place and St. Cha~rles air.i on FRIDAY, HIS day of
81 Aug..5.1866 .setL"s85cbo 58s8it1
ed 1 Eofn, S Chnr. lbdad n Lebe e., et
'.5 TWbid, 1 Bs sh sk 1 Table 1 with T, rbl8bl t1ps, top, 1 ACst
sh.I,,.sl·dl858spss.
U a is,.1l sbonk sCas
a gg Tssa-Oaa ea he spt JI U. S.tress. nte
OHIN C. KU/,tC.
Constble Second Jurstic's Court.
° Bosa Jsncs's Coc88, S. .. PATTERSON ys. .5A5E8
I'CURTY AND W8IFE. "
by FARISs Oss.s15,, U. H. WELLS
sh 8598824d 84,3. DANIEL U. 51ORRI8SON
BT T8VI8R E of Two Write of "PII Pet.
85 lu. to medirectd by the H Pss,,Gs. H. Brnuaho,
th Second Justice of the Peace, I will prossee to sell at publip
,i 15e8r5er on THURSDAY, August 23, 18668, S3 s'slok p.s
in atry 515 . corner 88ss,,sssS* L 1lac8 and S8 Chasrles
.treat, the following described property, to-wit-
8th Two ,.'lsl Rod s585br 5585ntal ring male and fsmale a
,.8 parel,. coisgtin of N1s' Cnderclsbisig, Ilandkss
ryuliefe, ate.
St attaed in the above snit.
,f ;T.8s-Ca5L5 5 85888pt nI. S T8,.55588a5t5,.
485. 8. 5.CZ.8,
ýeConstab~le Second Jolti~cc'l rlurt.
5g 8.88s85388n8885588e,8 5110. 1ARUY E. WALKER
sNo. 5785. F.'L. WEISISPACH.
re- BY VIRTUEU of n Writ of Flert res.
tnl ciao toU ma nireeted by be 11- onQe. II Branglml
Igo sd,55ss8tlcanf the 8.5, ,sI .ill 8 ,s51 tosnlls 58 i-,oii
au.tion on TU8JRSDAY. 88h8 21, day of August. MSd. at 13 t
s-, on Paid- -sllet, between HaaIn and dampen airersa-
fs Ono lot of Lumber, etc,
Iha eY~d inthe above snit
t8, ,AT8555875-5ha on the spoti. U. 8. Treasury n5te. "'TN
8." J50. 88. 88.Z58.
th onnatHbl Second dlllriesr 'nurt
MEDICAL.
BIFYE C 11EDICIXES I\ VOGiUE
as H BY GIOMaULT & CO.,
-sll (Cheists to H. 1. H. Prtnce Napoleon
t4 RUE RICIIELIEU, PARIS,
of
)ed
No Mere. Cod Liver 011.
ion
his
7t8 SERIMAULT'8 SYRUP OF IODIZED HORSE RADISH
88 188, .ys'5p 8, employed wth the8 g.atest sccee5,. in plas sof
'll C8,8L to~s 81hich it ie in88.lssy spes8. ýt curs.s 48
lan e 5188, th cheer, scrofula, lymphatic d8,8rd4s,, 5555 .8,8
g ne55,5N585555stony cod tom fsfpp8lite. ssswegensse s the
885,8885uti5 by psris5sg the blod8, end 8e, 8n 584ord, the m5855
sW, powerfls depurativ, known I. never faIiguS s the btomac
ryand bowels, and is administered with the greatest emeecy ,to
young chil8dr, , abjcst to humurb 88 oatruc8515 of the land.
8t AL tast, r. I. TE very 855.5,5 in the disases of5the skIm
the
854 No Mor. Cons.SSption.
ing
be
GRIMAULT'S SYRUP OF HYFHOSPHAIH OF LIME
1D Thls new medicine is a sovereign remedy In pht88al. and
other di8,8,s of t58 lung., psromptly remous all the most
aeriuua eymstome. The coe , is relieved, th seight sweats
n8me, and the patient rapidly recovers Wes h.lth,
va
8R- No E or. Poverty of the Blood and Pale
le. Complexion.
riot
7ro- DRS. LERAB' PHOSPHATE OF IRON.
E'O Tbisnes ferrmgin a medicse contains the elements of the
58. blood8and5Dm.,0and iron t liqu t Ill,4diffsel frsom
58all h.58rt8 Fs.1ed to th1 pblc, a,,s du88, colon,,,s end tase
th ssleas' It sel5y m 5chloros. painskin th gsltomach di8cu
the dicpsa lsdyssmensrrs'5 and 88884.
1w 1 The moslty o thesp.8s mts of Medicine of Paris recen
e of mend the Phophate o Ironto ladies of delicate cooattttltho
sndsoerlug from aeem~a, and all other pereuns lutigoad from
sod over anxiety, nervous emotions, overwork, general debility
and poorxona ofblood
tton It fethe onlypreparation which never causes constipation
It-58 .4,58sbebornbes by sthe st88s55.5smh.
tored
,y of .Nervou. Headaches and Neu...gllas
.888
Instantaneosly cured by
GRIMALULT'8 BRAZILIAN GCARANA.
- A vegetable sub8t.nce, ssedtss, time lmmemorial In Brssil
LIZ and 4888ely 55558585,,
,oar, Better Than Copa585.
d to
See IAULT'S CAPSULES AND LIQCID EXTRA8CT 08
Ph. I YTIC0 VEGETALIS.
Where all other prs'ysssinns ve t,8,ed, these 88apel85lon
ant] w1' Id8 45y,5ef st a cure. These insure 5 584d and estr84ss dlnsy
845d 5ore 58 s858s5e [Sce5,t n5d 5885I,888 5,ses of prcivate 8158a,.
ell8 The - are used to th4 e 8,sl>it..sspi ,f Psis, by t88 55,bn,5d U,
uud Ri,"und, andare found grealtly ulipc-,r to all hithertro ikil-r
cineral remedies and cu ,Mb. ens ulcbs. The iulaci~uu
o n used in recenit and capsuoles I. mou. chmmc rases.J
R" It Ueneral depot in Pn1rla at GKIMAUL[L Co.'s
Che-I hmists to H. 1. H, Prince Negae. I t
ll 43 I rue Klctledio.
the e Sold is Ne Orleans b DUUOýSOE.
t e IIL U(IIE,
tine 1W' Ad every good chemist.
l;I ld8d8f588558I558,,585Ih8855888
THE GREAT EFFICA(CIOUSEESq OF
Moleo,. riooolt k (:ool iudol d Hyrup ot Horse Redl
is.-The 101lzcd 0 0,y of' Huo IlRldish o1 Mc- toirio. 10
lito., Clemistto It. I. H. Prinye Nlo, onu, at P-O, I.
nlrvuys per excrlleuaauce oodsotob to Cool Liveooroil, oud tl e
beal troumeut to 0ll0, 10 Lyoolobhai, and crHdoooloooo tffo,
[ionsa, Ilr well all In various (:utal00000 dio o. Tohapotblic
0ill threlore reod wilh ,reat interest the onalyool* of this
medicine, by Professor Klltzlusko, eltolet, froo the Chmllist's
.0 000l. t -iruui, an 0 ell t [bt0 e left",d 1,Ooood to H,...rr.
brimouloo d Co., by his Eocellenoy the French Hooboood.doo
VltHno, lonfbrmi b O the high reputation of this e100d Dobtor.
It is as rollolss
'GOimault's I1,odied tyrp of Rome Radolh is not hn ,o fto,
OlemeOtary and caustic auto, boot in the C ,to 1 iodhyldrol acid,
and olf orgaln o tmbination similar to thb ioldine cHtOined in
Cad Liver Oil.
(Signad) VINortO KLVoTooo1I
Chemioal Ahoelyoo to the Lao Courts at hlo on., Iloplto
Professor0 of Chemistry.
P00000 Erooeoo AT V01,.0
olenn, ogolut 23, j85,.
Masors. Domotolt t1 Co., Chemo at0 Ytooris:
o replyooy i the letter yon addrooood to his Ooutboneo tOH
Erublsndor, I here thb honor to inform yon that ProtEotu
KlotoloRi ts to man of blhgh sthndin at VicHH, that he ib
HOrootollftouch tbooght ot, and pastes Ho o o 01, booO
Chemilteotooroooy. Il alhe
Comrol and Attache to the Emboooy.
General Depot in Paris, 0t OHXOOAULT A CO.'S, 4 rue
Blchelieu. to 001 Orloooo, at
DU~oHoNODELOCOO. * OCILLOT,
And at 0 o oy good Chemisoo's.
,j IHERAPEUTIC VALVE 01 OROMAULT
L t..'H lCbooltoto Io Paris)
Ferrugloooe yorup or Peruioo Barok.
In solving a problem. hltberto declared otooloable by all
s0v0ts Oe." the COMNBIRING OP IRON WITO BMAK
called ý'ostous Syorup of Poru~o Book, Otooo, OiHI
MAULT k10 eltat . L I. Prince t~xpulaon, et·
to~L· 00 0.. tO.mst Ptot booloo
Paris, bots discoerad a medicine of untooottionnl merit,oand
tootmost highly compeotent persons no0 ogreeo Ho roogotoog its
gt ToIDt!boeob tO.
Tpo tolt, oog bomporotqt doc001nt hbo bhon received from
Germooy, a couotoy ooOiotnltod to posooesohe fbit chebolots to
obooorLd Ittl from Poofesoror KIttzojobi Chbotioot Aoooooo
to the Lab Coon0, obo teothes in the follOlhn terms to Oo
otoeo tbheBorupoof ook, (iYodlool osineto of POooon, OH,
111185
Mr. RIMAC hall sueeded In the bhppiet manoer in
coombitftorlotio qoolloo of dilitoobpooto of hio PURE
AND b~oIELLbNT MbOIOINEto; 10e more to all t oirun
Ohou dituoolod. In addition to its ooroooble Ooovo is much
ore ootdlyttbsorbed th any oitl arO, oo.uU motolioo..
'Ai. O tJIAUL'LP P' 00FE GINOV tRUY is therooodo,,
of the bosO pharmacoo utical prltoeo t oo-,rou stot dottltl
footg loot ,ootlboloo obiobp H otootod tthe therapeutic pHbhlOm
long ootobt of,, or t otoiBo iron and to o .totpleond
agoreeaboleobt0t, tree fromttodtlooO tdoutoo t o to all ootree
lilttodjo VINtO' tO'LbTZIN
Chemical tnttopoer to the Loo Coltlo, Hosoptoo Cohemist
I. k R. DU WIEDF.N
Protfes1oo of Chetistry.'
Let ol nowooe to woabt toerm the Freooch Aobatslootur 0,0
Vcitna retlitels tto, Mesrs. Hlot lt Oaio., as regardsthe hgll
estimation oto wttob Mo. Ktoteuooki Is hbll
"F'Nk Nrf EIIB~anY A Vlexnar.
Vi Augot. Aotus , 1800.
OotOmbO {o-In reolyo 0 the loltooter you oloooarl to dbo
ExeHoolOooy. ohhe So 0,0,00 0,0.1 il bas the honor to lgtOVoioou
dlrt Pfrrfaoooo Ottotottoi too too,,, of hoolo otgtottogot Vjosto,
Oloth he is lp aho tlly otoooboghtt of and poooos fo o le oo the
beot chbooo to totmany.
PIE RRET,
Consol and attache to the Etboooy.
G0ne000 Dopot in Paris, ORLYAUILT d CtOO.
rue tlibelien:
In Neo Orltano, DUOONGE, DELOCRE d OIttLLOT'o,
An~d at evvry go "d Uhemiet'n.
GILIMAULT a 'co-'
SYRUP OF FERRUOINOOU PERUVIAN BARK.
Chololot, to tt. N. t. Porio, Napoleoo, 43 toe Richtlobl, Paris,
This pooporotlion blo the grant ad.onoto l of aoohiOtolog two
oust oerfoi touito tt Ho tt tom medic!t wotld. Of booboteL
limopidty, tood atgreabte Mie, titts yop il tokoo.tob pleoturo
sot o 0010 the moat (ieital eto oobctý
ft t par oooaltanoo the L RUGHCOINOUS TONIC wblol
obooold be adtinislotered0 ladies of 00110to constitution, 00
ooouogo pootoO kou;okod tn aotaotolog Lh o ge of 0000,000, 00
to chlltfoo of " 00,5 cdattootlon ; and il0 topot amtootot o
tlayed Ob O oO of tLbotototo AOftOeoO, Polo (fooa.
oto"n, aOot'ri,, Ooobolo. Wlitoo, Looooorrhto Deb l'O
Wot of Apooktt., Pooltoelpy or 0 0 t00: <
oosagoo otto Roofoyk 04, OOClOO lst-ooootMroot. No.
Orlsttoo at .l.... DI1'ONGR, OBLLOCBH(ra otti theoottooipal
7R. UBUIB IOU fl51000'M OStOOHUIVE
1 1000en00 td 1' oototo It the Alko'lWot Loctoteo-Tho
, oltoe Lootates execise thle most 0 boottlnlotoortpos over
.the &ooo.Joau oboo do.,to, eitho r by their pooho hr oonto
..,I. sluuaor mel tne dP the stn hol, oollr o bo tinL to t
left or. Wrosd, the r -xg~rruhbm whhthe salivate the ggastri
Jew«, Hoo Otu lo e t. booroooo.', 0hi0h sll Eooolio,0, 000 uc0 b lbt
otherlooOaololoo lua' le t to bi n eootxttoo pridoipleoof dlo
ge>i~,. Fur the nliununlo"+ t those wh may be lilthuu
d advice Rl~. i may be tatetd here that tfie xrmptunlr of [m
gcir~ I n t".~l ~c !ie Ilial·!; banl, in ushe iorrhrad, hams
00 00oi. ot i,,d t Io the otooo m ooH
In ýý "w :. C ,i. 0010,001,00 AllL tOC otHS, 010.0L0
bl 00 tlo Olroolio t,,,,o..) o.,, ollol, C
hoof i nloo ao Oooo,,oooooLo ooYoooooLyoooIo)
MIEI)ICAL.
GQEENBAC.K 'A.E GOO. N'
ROBACK'S ARE BETTER.
Robaek'i
STOMACH BITTERS
--ovns-- CO
DTYPEPSIA, BICK HEADACHE, INDIGESTION,
SCROFULA, OLD SORES, COSTIVENESS,
ERUPTIONS, REMOVES BILE, RESTORES
SHATTERED AND BROKEN DOWN COx
CONSTITUTIONS.
ME
obaek's Ilood PIlls
Are the most active and thormgh Pills that have e or been
_itroduced. They act s diretly upon the Liver, exciting
that organ to sech aa extent a th ththe system does not re- tl
lapseiato its former I onitlos, wah Is toe apt to be the se
withsimply a purgative ptl.
Tihey are really a
BLOOD AND LIVER PILL,
And, in eonjunetion wilth 0
ROBACK'S BLOOD PURIFIER,
WiUl cure all the eovemeationed diseases, and themselee will
relieve asd ce t
Headache, COstlvenesi, Colic, Pains, C'holera
Morbu., Ittdlgestton, Panl In the
lBowels, Dizziness, etc. M
tp
DR. ROBACK'S STOMACH BITTERS
- Wi inaigorate the Eaystem and ths prevent that terrible
CHOLERIA.
And should be used by convale.ennts to strengthen the pros
Strtlon whichalways follols acute disease.
Try these medicines, and you wll never regret it Ask your
Sneighborswho have ous thelm, and they will say they are
GOOD MEDICINES, and you should try them before going
for a physician.
PRINCE', WALTON b CO.,
(Successors to Dr W. C. Roback,)
n SOLE PROPRIETORS,
Nos 50, 58, 60 and 62 East Third street
CISCINNATI, OHIO.
S FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
sct SOUTHERN TONIC-SOPTHERN TONIC
have been benefited by its use, we have concluded to preI
sent to the pubc
the A S the T ,
SBefore venturing to give publicity to thls ToniI, the re
pe waser shownto severlf trial bot prominent physici'ty ans
Sthe recipe will hon to any ret a spectabler of perhysician who
have been benefitd by its use, we have concluded to pre
St emedie tht re oered to the public,
rors T d tooiher Tonic, die .
And to that thcl ims nt regard it a power o RESTORING
THE FUNVTIONS TO THEIR NATURAL CONDITION
o Bafter haventuring been embarrassed pli to this Tonic, tdise.e r
Shis TONIC i pronoescribed by Phyii an l in the foniclo
deta this Tonic does no: cure evey disease.
INTERMITTENT FEVERS,
SA that Et Cims i IULTs nderl per o RETORING F N CASE
SI C BILLIOUS IEVERIST,
--n-
P ree--.l per llottle.
' ics. SAl d ly ail D kr ,[,. `..
D ARIY', PII' I'EO I I.Y.CTiL F{LUID, 'tiE
ganic acid, made hby Pr,,f. Darby, frnernly f a., ;a d
recently of LnEt Ald%~irn College. It purlaile thlei l:oxbu
air, prevent, the spred of Searlet Feter, Small Iox, Chlert
and all infection direnles,. eres Ery.ipela, Ul,, tCarbiiil
{'lesand all rm~ult. -,re-. Is thle be-t pain killer for Ilrins ond
Scaild, and neltralne, all vetblt ant .ind animal pi,'l.. In
all cases in which L.bl,rrqules liquor is used, the [llid lmy le
used with greater success and in less thanim e third the quan
thy. Sold by
WEBSTER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, , o3dras , treet,
ani by Druggiits generally.
A NEW AND GREAT EPOCH IN MEDt.
( CINE.-Dr. Maggiel is the founder of a new Medcrt
Systeml Tha quntttanri-n, whose vast sternal donee enfeebl
the stomach and paralyer the bowels, mnst give precedence
to the man who restores lheath and appetite with from one to
two of his extraorditnry Pills, and cures the most virulent
mores with a box or ao of his 'wonderful and all-healing Salve.
These two great ypecifis of the Doctors are fast uperetding
all the stereotyped nostrums of the day. Extraordinary cures
by BMagglels Pills and S.alvehave opened the eyes of the pub.
lie to the Inefciency of the so called) rbmedhln of otherb , and
upon which people have so long blindly depended. Maggiets
Pills are not f the class that are swallowed by the dozen, and
of which every box full taken ereates an absolute necessity for
another. One or two of Maggie'a Pills su.ee to place thle
bowels In perfect order, tone the stomach, crnat, an appetite,
and render the spirits light and buoyant. There s no griping,
and no reaeon in the form of constipation. If the liver is
affected, its functions are restored; and if the nervous system
Is Iehlei, it t lnnvigorated. This last qalulty makes tile Medi
eines very desirable for tihe wants if delicate females. Ulcer.
ons and eruptive diseases are literally extinguished by the dis
infeetant power of Maggte.'s Salve. In feet, it is here an
aiggtlel' Billtous, DlIpeptle and Dlarrhea
Pllsa
Care where all others fill. Whille for Brns, Scalds, Chil
blains, Cuts, and all abrasions of the skin, Maggiel's Salve is
infallible. Sold by dJ. Magiel, 1l Pine street, New York, an
allDruggats, at 25 cents per box.
BARNES, WARD &CO.,
Agentt. iNew rIriean.
THE NORTH LOUISiANIAN.
PUBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY,
At Vliena, Jacklon Paril.lsll, L:utlann,
Br WILLIAM STRAN CUSTIS, EnOrun AND PItOPHIETOR.
Terms of ubrberltptlon:
On couy, onn, year ...................................$5
." mont ......ttn. t
,t t .t.' . ............ ................. 5:
.rSubscriptions ahlayb in advance.
n nlste of Advbertiing:
One square, ten le or , fr-t i-t ........$1
h aldditionntl i.rtio......... 7
Liberal deducti madet to yitearly Advertisers.
nCARDS-f a perstatl character when admitted, will eI
ch trged cur double rates.
All advertiements not market , will be inserted "till forid"
anu charged aceordlingly.
Fractlot, of squaret will be chkrged as whol t quares.
'The cash will be invariably demanded at the expiration of
ad, erthnement.
r HE EMPIRE PAIIIDII
IS PUBl' ItIIED EVEYT SATURDAY
It F. n. 'aro, Proprietor.
8otsolarr1o--uri ay In M.rAT a" uc..t.
AItt.nrtIt, atCdit'O square of ten lines, or less 1 pelt
square' orthe first iusertion nuu .0 nts for each i utsequont
Insertion.
con¢..er DVETISIxs G r0sLOWS :M
One olmn one year .............................. |$100
l..it .. io eontr ......................... G6a I
lslt one y BAr . ... .lOd
Qnartar tiny mont ........... .... " U . .
. three mouths... ... ......... 200
mntllh, $7
Busiues Carde, Eve lines. one year, $ f
Candidatesfor State and Pariah O'.dco charged $10,tnad
T lltg NATCI.EZ DE.MOCRAT-
TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.
P. J. M[ead, Editor.
The N tehet Tril.Wekly DEMOCRAT I. tt.blished every
Touesdy. Tihurl.dy nud S.tturday, hy TEAD A BtY£[O.
INsURl NCI' AGENCY. _
NEW INSURANCE AGENCI'
L. C. NORVELL & CO.,
I. C. IIORVELL, Memphis-RICIID. POWER, New Orle0 s F
Repremaentlng........... 3,880,0, . In
CORNER ORAVIER AND CARONDELET STS.
NF1W ORLEANS.
SoxPmsie'n Tn roLLOWIN. WELL KNoan A~r NIAuBLEt
MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSURANCH CO.,
No. 5 Wall street, New York, me
ASSETS MAY 1st, 1866 .................. ...1,...00 K
ORGANIZED APRIL, 1844I
The Company has paid to Its enstomers np to the praest let
itm, Loesee amountingto over EIGIHTEEN MILLIONS OP
DOLLAR For the pt nine years th , Cash Dividend. paid dr
ta8stoe holdHr made from one third ot th nest Breits, have,
am nted In the at to ONE HUNDED AND
TWENTY-ONE AN A IALF PER CEN. AN
Inlstea of ulnasIa eriep ddend to dealer,, b0aed on theb
principle that aR clan of risks are equally profitable, this BI
b ompany will her50t'r make such cuh abatement or discount
fmm thecurrest rates, when premlnms wrwepaid, u thse gnera|l f
s 1o8l nc. of o·(srrwlt w ll warrant an d 110 nB t proft.
remaining t the ad of the yeall b dividedW tho the B Hrlo
Th sCmpanygrontlastmake rmance oa Marine and L,
InlUd Navigdati on and Tm, apurt,. l. ., ll , the e .. t 11
favorable tlrms, incld.ng Ris N on Mrchadie of all kinds C
1 and freighLt.
PolicieA Issued makng loes payable in Gedl or cdeney, at n
the o llce in NOw Orlean, or in Stern ng, at the tMcel
SRathbono, ]rou. Co.,Ain riverpooL h
ELLWOOD WALTER, President.1
C. J.. DE2PAEdYARD, tlalrly. p
METROPOLITAN INSURANCE COMPANY
108 and 110 BroEadway.
NEW TORK, JANUARY 731. 11.6.
meat of the operation. ,,f this Uompany during the paot yoar,
and , itf d pr~enet condition.
With As-ets exceediug ONE MILLION SEVEN IHUN.
DItED THIOUSAND DLLARIS, and tw,,v, yer1 eperi
Vie once in the e, -duet ofn General Insura-ce ollnosu, the Utom
pn? cun8-lflntly oer to the Punllulh: i Pr ton agarint the
Snrix IIf 1OCEAN td INLAND NAVIO'i!PON and FIRE.
T.he Hoard of Directors have thio day revolved to pay a divi
dend of S'IX PF.IhN'T. In thie outlltauding certificate0 o1
P'rofitnis the lhehlders tt.eref, orirLhll leg.al representat.'es, on
os- and anter the 5thll fllarci pert: also a dlidend of FIYE P'lt
41ENTC., on the Ca dial Suick uf tih Comluy. payaitdoIn ('ash
on demand; .-~ ali dievend- % 1F.NTI-FICVE PER CENT.
,or in Scrip uu the net earned 'artlicitpatg l'rem. nln ,f the Cum
parny for the year 1, L,, for which t I:ertlflea. will be lstued on
and witer Whe 2d day of April neat.
orrIcIn s:
S JAMES T.OIRINER IIAIIAM, Prrident.
R(IBE7T M. i'. H}RAILIA1. ,ice Prdeidnt.
JAMES LOINIGh (OAIAM,1 J, ,2d Vie Pres'L
I11 t Foa1, Seretary T
EI LLOT] HOntlINs, Generai Agent.
W.IINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY,
172 Broadway. eor. lntiden Lane,
NEW YORK, Feb. 2. 18.
CASH CAPITAL ....................... . #. 00,000
Asets, February 1, 1S66
U.8. and StateBonds. market vlue.............. $ 26,713 00
RBonds ard Mortgage .............. .............. I ,29t5 50
Demand Loans......... ........ . .... 191.6. 72
IC Cah hland and l in the hands of Agents ......... 4,5 91
Unpaid Prmium ................................. . 70. L11
Mlicellan ................................... ... 47,9'1 1 9
$71,0223 07
Unsettled Losse ... .......................:....... 4, -3 7T
Capital and S. rpl............................. . . $6210.1111
and A dlvlstEd of 1. per cent. Is this day declared, payable on
o demand, In Ouh, to Stolkholder..
Als, an interest dividend of Six per cent. on outstanding
pre. Scrip, payable 15th M1rch, in Cah.
Also. s Scri dividend of Twenty per een on the Earned
premiums of Policies entitled to partficpate In tie profits of
the y .rending15t1.1 Januar, 186 TIbe 0S2cp wi1 be ready
for dHveryr on and after lfthi .Vareh prox.
RGE. C. SATTERLEE, President,
IHENRY WESTON, Vice Pr.ldent.
W1. E. Ll.Eor8, 8eret1ary.
W.. A. 8,A2,1 AC.isltant SerseaT.
- We are now prepared to ises OPEN and SPECIAL POLI
iE C1ES against the
Perils of PFire, liver and Oeean,
ho Prom New Orl.an. to Ports and Placea, In the United Silate,,
and vice vera. Also at and from New Orleans to frt or
SPorts I. S.uth America or Europe, upon the
MOST FAVORABLE TEEIRMS,
N and will pay all Lose, In New Orleans, And from our long
ION andextensive corespondene2 and acquaintance in t1hi city,
we hope by close attention to business, to merit and share A
Lineral Patronage.
ring Wmo2t respectllp invite a conference with all parsns
needing Insurance, blnl confident that we can ma.ke t their
advantage to patronize ttis Asqncy.
WeI are, very respe2tflly
L. C. NSIlVELI, & CO.,
NO. 3( CARONDELET STREET, CORNER GRATIER.
GROCERIES AN D PROI)UCIE.
CAMM[ACK & SQUIREJS,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
21 New Levee and 19 Fulton Street,
Between Grarier and Common atr-0t.
Pork, Flour Lard, Sager, Mo.lae,. Codee, Salt, Fine Winos
Liqu-,r% T . ¢"·LIC( ·) ] I:,e t ra, cnqllill l " bti y h au[ d uiIl llnltl eH w
tP t 1;.u ·rchoera.t Or fior plantainll ,t h ppies cuareully
(GSOrE 6. QAINI:L.
3. C. GOODR0'II, H. L. OOoD0RICH, C. R. RAILEY.)
WHOL ESALE GROCER
Commlsston ie rchnt.
.As. 6 OO11MMON AND ti CANAL ,TPREtET8R
e . 1. W008,YEE,
WHOLESALE GROCER
--A-
Commias.ons MSerhanS.t,
NO. 7 FRONT AND S AND 1U FULTON STR.E'fE,
I t. WOLLIAMS,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
E New Levee, , 47, 9 and 61 Graver strla. ,
IDWWELL. PAYNE & CO.
(1. BIDWELL, E. C. PAYNE, JNO. N. PANE
WHOLESALE GROCERS, AND DEALERS IN WESRTER
2(RODUCEE,
No.' 7 Tchoupltoulns street,
New, Or'r,,-, La.
WOODS, PICKICET & CO.
(.. . WOODS-WMF. B PICKETT-IRKE L. WOODE
YS Commece Street.
(CLARK, STEWART A BIBBR' OLD STAND,)
MONTGOMERY, ALA.
Wholeslte and Retail Orocers.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND COTYON BROKEBE
urnaccas:
Jdrey S Harris; H. W. Farley A Co.; Battle, Noble A Co.;
or. J. . 50,,,,.nd oCl. 0. 1. Pe. n. New OTlean.
JB TAFFORI#t & CO.
CORNER JACKSON AND ROUSSEAU STREETS,
AND i68 MAGAZINE STREET
Offer for salo a Vuneral assorunent of Grecorles recelve
from flrst hands and at the lowest malrket priees. WYll lb auc
are receiving addilitiol stock of all kinds of aoode in our Llne
We call the intention of retmail storesad tre trade in general
they wil fOnd ourstockL inerior to none in the ,market. Osl
5,45 of FlIur i, eatansl, bO,,(E oth Io,,, Ianornd
SUQARU. SYRUP AND MOLASNAR4
Oresent Ctty suegr Refner.,
OOUBLE-REFINED LOAF,
OUT-LOAF,
DECREED
POWDERED SUIER
WRITE and TEs.GW OCLARIFIED 0BUGA
GOLDEN SYBTRUP, FAMILY. SRUP
SEGAREDOUSn
-Anod-
BEBOILED MOLASSES.
ELnullnRa and West Indl.
SUGAR and MOLASSES,
r by A. ThosRon & Co.,
8. TTbo-etoias stret
'TIIEODORE PELLE,
WHOlLESALE DEALER IN
Liquors and Wines.
TOHOUPITOULAS STREET,
_ N ew O rlea s ( N E
-- z
Importer of Cuba Produc.,
-AlR, Daler In-
LOUISIANA SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
OicO, No. 10 St LoulI sret,
LoRIlSi.a and OCbE Suier end MolSss slw.ys .n bsnd
to suit pnrcharan
SIHE LOUISIANA INTELLIGENCIER,
MONROE, LA.,
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
S.S O TF RU IRITIONSO, IN .DVAsec:
Oe copy one ear . ... ..............S$ SRO
ne copy six m onths ..... ... . . .... ............... J
ONcopthre 5 , ............... t......... u
Ad erO rin b, $1 II) per dquae for the first insertiou and 75
rents for each nulbrrqtnrt insertiu. Ten lines or sl.s, of this
sie of type, ct7 tiutea . q 0 q -lr.
Allborsl deduethn ,, .,de tho,, e who - ,.flrti, e bytbe yealr.
TH. O.SltRI.S.pp INIGX--COLUMSlR,
TMs lSE--lubliphed o,n 1dne lay, Fridysadnd SstIrd-y
S. IL WORTHINGTON, Publisher.
OMce--Y: Market .treet, up stairs.
Price of euhbcriptton--$l per month, Invar iaby in adlvace.
Adlvertiement. t,, entd at $1 , ) pers, uar, for the eirst, and
S `t Or s ,,es, 0e , ,at e.
EttWl alte ,- o' ,.l.-rt.+e - c.l9 KiU Le I,, errtd at 2U
ct sts pr . uo i0 , r ,oh mUE, .o n t
_IAT,'lrNT IY.jfVI1 I,,_ RY m
[L ULKLE-Yt ...................... BULILI '
PATENT LU3MI.IEI DILYER,
-al
FUPCRHIIEATED STEAMl, '1 WITIOU'T IPREIRURIE, WILL
SEASON LUMBER IN FRP M 21TO 4 DAYB.
Important Invention li,r geueoilng Lumllb.r.
It will leansn Lumber I.t an verage ecst of $1 per I00) fetL
It will seaon Llumber more thoroughly, and check it lur
than any ether process.
It is nlor, doe the work quicker. cheaper, and better than
any otbher process.
The expense ofa Kiln no a Right o within the reach ol
evenr one.
It osti oas to dry out the waotr in Lumber, than to haul it
twenty miler.
NO NECESSITY FOR U0ING ttEEN LUMBER.
The Lumber coms from the steam roady to be worked i;.
mediately.
Tihe cot of changiongs cmmon Dy Air Kiln into a Stoa
Kiln, or of erecting a new Kiln audthe price ol a Right, al
ofen saved in a year by tills procss.
No need ef keepiog large ucksa of lnmber on hand It cnti
lesse to dry it by thil pr' eas than te interaton theprice -wil.
I drying in the tir.
Ca opoter., Coopers, Cabinet., Cartage, Sth, Door and
Biind olufacturers., Owners at Planing Machins, Saw 111t,
a ad .l1 who wish todry lmber, asould be in poeusesion of Lstb
Right to this invention.
EA common Ilt Air Kiln can be changed into a Steam K11t
fori l allexpene.,
mThis .0ros In unw in ose in itah Car shops of the Pannsyl
an. elntrlNewa York I:ntrul; Atlantic and Gra., West
er; Ohlcago and North Woeoru; Chuago, Alton an.Oi
Louis: Illinois I e otral; tl-lago, IuiIAgt ond Quin1cy
I Iehigan lautr i lltdo and e agae k buuduky, Daytowu "n'
oCiucnhotio tnoltblor ai'rl d 0 O oootSlleis. iani syo lanyto
the Amnuft urert of !alrst, :orrluso Sahio ioem and Bloude,
lt trlc l lm lemenot etc troghh, oiout te i Unied State.
TOBACCO, WOOL, PAs'iK, 810ICK, SALT. uoa otis
ob stanec urn, dried by tlipro-y .
A toot 'l lI ODryr 5alh.do.beiiore paying for the Right, by
potlng Ilo the drah.slns a thld O l k ou t'Iuu1.
For farther Information, addre s
Y JOlEPII FRY,
Box t223, I'uxtuliice, hNow orlttoo, L.
From the Woeshngtoon Navy oo tord.
te- Wseioooiso Nary o Fo, ob.lo 11, I-DI,
, To Wm. Keoter, P o h., ,.trcting ngineer.
Sir--We bva to . of hulk:e'b Lo mber I)ro rb In lloopero
N. In ,tis ord. W l lv lh. %V, I. ,,,.lu th ,,,tu , th,. ,,r,,C , C
We aighelut n ond rrel Einnlld ntI 0 .u leU;!0,,: 0N0llea 0.
oil lumber, Fior \ih t tl'eoo t'lalhk
i 531U inchee. gauge.d luut li
INoI. 2. iO crIr.lldllnbi 1'"-, w0i00 ed o o tt 57 lb . , 5ngl on
i5 3.16 nl0h1'. 00a001,",d ot t
01 incbhes,ttlvdoIut I o 1 03 N cl,
.Noo. 4. iei ,dlole 0 ill weno oelol.d o.it . mt; gioog-d U 1503n
to Incges, K, ,,, odott 00001
au Iches,1 gangEd outo I 000
N.o 6. A Freooa biok .'anl 00bo0rd lolghld to 4Is, oat 3Li
ioiN g uiged In 17 ,-16 o icl , n 00t Iii
ou. 7. R oloi ttllluuit o ord wlghed in 10 I., out 3,
IoN gaugeI\mn 12, Incheo , ol ll l 0-.
N l r.N o tu plont i ioolu o.. I yeoro o n 0 lrd0 wgl,:e In
77 lbr, out 71 ; gaared In 15 rm nix1s, o*ut 11 Y,.
No. U A Pineyhuwk 2 :11 Inhch.s. 4 )err* in ynrd, weighed.
in 98 is, out 91, g,,ugndl 7n 15.; i"' ,, s, oti 15
No. 10. An old dry board gauged in 95. InChies, gaLged e¢5
uI0. II. Anold doy hoordo io3o. thick, gauged hn 12o
Soh. hioIrenotoi p0l0.0ok, i i, I.ch thFick, . ot Into thre
Oooeet lsodih oe ri oIe patel tlkrn out 00 ,"e, dA), 00 nn pVi0
1]bt u c es wv le, ssr~m. , , ' ,,. a., ,, , l-]hho; s. The
00 piece which remameA ender O ire thre nd o hlf oyr o hrn
o7 more thnl the ooe wbt l was tei tin oroison otlod hulInr..
The shllhkt a l emo . laW be tleu out by t he hoo rheated
1 tetr l befopte rho militro is nil nloe o
. Thls lumber wa D . WeoNled I , less thin fonrdaGys , n seems io
72 bright aud o full ,Life as° the betailrlrded lmler.
\1 Ve e si er these Kilns o, great ad. Rntfug I-1 this yard. lid
U believetheyprlce sto thejusrt whltt we havbre hor; eieel* . I;
9J will nave al the trr,uele about dlv lumbecr. 9t e t'dnk lthe pro
can based upuu the rigit prilllape-- .ca e and onc"omlodl. .
J. A. DOWNING, )aster Joiner.
S0 . IWaLLt.,Fo Premt.
L A. TU.:L, fUjartenuan.
I believs tbestatements set forth In the above eommonica
StiUn Lioto h correctly stated, aid the ex rimnt tot have bt n a
on complete sureds S. 1'. B.HuYW, Navy Agnt.:
The results of the experiment as above rayorted are atso
ling torty, nd we . eliteth b h e correctly stated,
JO1. SMITH,
red W .hefof Breuo of Navy Yards aid DockI.
of W. P.. S. ANoIPI,
Wdt Rng.eer.in-Chiefof Navy Yardmoind Docka
t From ot. L. do !I. Webster.
h Mntfactorers of Barrels, Eloenbnrg ienter, New oorb.
We have In use two ofl Bulkley' Patent Dryero. Tohey
oooorstiy ,ot laotoloo. l7.ocan ave tLhe -ot of the Dsopos it
'I Ooerot alone each year we use one oi them.
From W. IH. Langley,
M1nufatuoreroofBsrrell, Oalhpolla, Ohio.
es, Thne Dry gKiln built onder the direction of your Agent, foo
r seaooignlst.Fve, hs been l. constant use, and I believe It
perform its work fully a well as you cllaim for It. I wouol
about as loon oy green Itte as thlose partly tO O oodne knolt
in0we cea 01fe 0 s ays, at tmall expense, have tho wetll
long esoned. -
0y. From Howe & Jotones,
o8ah, Door oand Planing Mill, 119 Beach street, Philadellphia.,
000 We htve beeF olno Bolkley's 1Foloti Lumobr Dryer for
h se overtlomootho. We hid It almost iudspensablel, as we hoold
not have been able to 1fill our orderol without it for t0e pot leo
mothols1.In our opinion It isthe illy' w, y t, 0 htrouY"hly se.)u
,umber in asasonalde trnle. and we believe the iumber wo
FR. dried Iin no way injured by the process.
From J, I1. Rehomno ker.
Plano MFr,. Ibiolldiolpoll.
Test mode bly 8ou0l,0'o I'atr':t LumCelhr Dryer: One piece of
Fotu * Ian, 200. inloot oheln 00. I 0s toi boo. torout i m. 1
ox.In ull f aud gs d out 12 5.16, irut d rU/,t'e .i . fr:Lt Thiil
From MMoor .o Colllt piOt,
neePhild.lhL a.
0 Te0 t made i v Bhulkle 'o I l., e' D 1r). orlf to pslecesof black
ill' Walnut lo ich bolaro , ,lo r L.. ,00 10 oo w:d0 , a0 i ol rl't 00 0.0L0rnl 0k
'.16 0 0c 0 0 w 0,l. 00 1 o 0 0 i"0 , y ,- t 0 01 ,,,:,o 0 . ,0
mrur, slrunk L, ,.. t, wtd; q Iii ,,,,r , , trr- r p e)n
tokes oo'rc nh olokoo out of te1 i.ooor t1,.,0 any ol.L,. and
.c, does not tll ret.
Trstn Maldr 1.1 0- Shops ofi~ tllP P-ri-ylrlmlD
Central Ilai lrlcr Ir ad I onlp tan3, i . Lllobr su !n PrLt
Tsore t rt atn &1 1d!.99 999999,1r" t195vn 1s,ý.s n.
69999669i99o w .9n 99 .~ I. . . an < In. 6
w96nu, ,salt I r :o,9 lors99 - 996.99 l9 ire99 ow ar , eau a Li
ki66n p.9 9,9.. 6.9......A
TA folla wrug kinds of Il) nlml, ;i·r were -10-1 nn . age d I~o
whenA9...i6.h. 9r.99 . ll,!a- 699 kn 95
999.9,66....,,*rfr~ ,.<.~.9 69.li.r.·r.. 96 9 .-.,
A '99x1f595 1d~k 69959 :99996.9,966 -4h, -91 ct197 I9,.;
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Thj, lb, e199 I11 .9999999.9 _.9199 nr 999599 I4
999995996u~y oudg~ q` Au 1,;9,99 69l~, 99~.I~d
6999,,6999,969996969W,...9W 99 9.995669999_ILerl n 69 I57,99,s.
gaug .919..GSA y99.99s...99 A's.s.1
A 9665e9Geo.99,9 699 99rl , 5, tl 9 96 99 .6. tt9 I'6 9 , ', 19956
7;; it,, n l x fly rc txeaty ours. Te ldmtx
Irnm he . . r dr1 to
Th testa tltFIn illlrli ,Ie * try"III; II~~a Paen
1996 ,6 9995AI.,, 999 99ll995,t -.9155.9999 a.d9..9.9( ,t- I
Thu prectic Fil operation of cr Iso kley's tomato D ryer It i
999e9e.6999659.9999.999ps..696999,.t 6 ,. II.6..9.69,,. .9.9,6sM9.9
Laid and lumbar rl ponu Ibolla b iy xea 3lrril t rir and w
From C. F. All-,l
Super9ntend99 nt ,95 . Woo, 9.,l 9 J 59 6 shops, 99lcng.699.69Bar.
A uthcr hlg, Lost won nodelil at tisho ofBn'leye Pten
Lumberyer Ienlat has (`n DI. I` abtrllen r Centra,;l sus, nlnd
the lumber r. sl~i·i y l lm lira, lsrdl s Eru e o! fue, iy rac m
Lend th ant, w ill dryth lmbr na hot ,uoftie.Itl
..art9d9y..,996 9999999 95655 leis 9969 f 9959{99 u 969t9996.6G99l9999999
itte lumbel prlrr woe mmo wcer Hghly d as Red thou ny w
have drierld Ileretl dimc awl th at. ,I, rcqulrr any checks.
F9959a9,New for9 M.6.,,,d ,prnad 1,,,,,,9 9999996%*.99.
Itbo be I,;un o 1 o s I-o.:e I t bs mdso
From S. J. Hayslon
99699 9'5955 . .s9 I9 , lli9699, ., s 6 T ,A9 96 1 6,99999d.
The 6" er wart, tr yfaot orrl %r barn recently bull: i
another 1 6,9, an.9 ,o ie,6
From S. C. ll Al Co.
Snperiuteden an 'ar Dei; t of tir Kgsl Central Railro ad.ra
yr, m x cer sly Crx experiece ash II (I.liulkl y's an
other met), d, of ilrv lrylug umber, eau cheerfully recum
me*a ad ti a re nee[ rlrllllsn use. llllcl rt~lr ot
F..o.h 9999.,*,y, S.ilth &[ Co.,,
We deem the 6rlo llid L equa lly well xdoitllrU d o eon and har
Wumber, un 999s9ast.6..,s99999.69,999 the time.p 9L d 9o9 9rying
'aty g .in he knd nd tlckex W fid ttludspeaxbl
From Ilene lAlc L E ton,
Cur Builders, Detroit 1, tni, A1,61116-n. d, bl
thre oy utre i t would ha ve been II tlw d peen a k. I
an,99. a ,hail 99,.9h 9 1pe 6 ,r,,e h,. W99 ro9g9 996999e99,99st5s. and
tint thev Lumbl-1 lS·I tli lllc lipili/ ~abr
the er dueslll not shrink aparticle afer turning fromd i
From Bunnel Ac Co.,·y
Car Builders~l and etMr nufnetlne r, of Reapers, tllwlr , ve co
uluiu n il vnlu--i rrnrat rn, rulsllrltq, 0do.. cs o
To he lumber errors Irnm nillbr kdu' aill ready t wrk. From
texts made an sd atkb. d that tiro slrI r, ad, a ll ke. out ofthb
the motheiallr bet,- tae mo isture is all cone1 h texture of th
lent 'M, ll oe t ",rrnc thatft i hn est nd oiy wa
FromWu drlt .C ell
B99ldes, 5c9d 6y9999c69.g9,,699.,b 9.r.ui Bid, 9999hip95,,459
works stisfretonly We made u ],Is melt test, in July, outa
lumber we it, I" dry. It stood in Iln e sl all until December
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well9999 9h99t9,,p.. not 6, 6.,, m wa, 99999999999i. 1{'oga5es9,a99
lot IIIit witepoe l i oiocurr woyeasan i
From Snnmna r a4 Co ey,
It far ecel, al ot her modes of d L~ui lumber attar h ave come
under , o iIrg.sIard t i& e,, eanss
Cn 5 , 9999659 999ll 99999, , .9 919sej s, , s59,,, 11rm9
dander Il 99, fir 599w9it 9 999.9.. rr st, n unit dryl in lu96 er
T651h 96ente,.9.999 6996999.99 to an 9999 9,.9999y 19,999956. 9999
From Cltt. Aultnle n K Co ,
Mlannructurrell of rho Buckeye Re oplpr and Slower Canton, O.o
We hxv." doted a kdu Intl I p 1 op br , as I &I t([ r II nut I I tin ý of
nyn Te In l,, boo In b, from the kdu iL d read y I alk. We
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than.. It " rcd and hull of~I I~ it l I I.I l hl tiro kil n. Aftere~b
Manufacturers of , Melia grain Drills, Portable Cid r an
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