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OVNICIAL JOURNAL
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'THE STATE OF LOUNSIANA
J. 0.* UZON. Edttor .4 r.rorletoo.
OFYOI. No. 94 CAMP STREET.
TI D YAIL' COESCENT
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absapoIe, n s, f6; H1 ynae, 4; ua 51 t
S£1505.1, luem22. 0
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to 110 210 '100 80
50.2 2 '' 166 *" 2 20 "" 410 *" 6ho ""
., s 2, ti 10" o 4.- 255 .. 270 e 27eo ..
21s hnFout1 age monthly ad2ert2ements, each squaren 0
sw a perrhpd month.
A a.8l.eht a mvetie ied . l the of th pper, rt
t1ln, l1 m1 per ,otre; each subseque b inrti, 75 cent02 S.
1r squatm
Sd . page transient adveisemet, each in
8282 1072 2 122 78 212 n $ n M1 2
V'aEs $1 tEloper CRErC.T
eie2111 1ts ints-ted at in2te 2ls,2 to b 2e cahrgd ah new
saek in ert o
inch disoun rom above named traient rates as h ay be
1ad 2 per a on. r , fora m
Al t3o ess oti~en of aderlh ement~ to be tharged 27 cnt
estp 6Londo. e oAsQ earte ly, which ris
. d tasent advertiementuetepd fm is ori dne.
All bglls wih regnlaer advertisers Ihae hl bb e b0ly.
A .uars is the pai oecupied by ten liter solid agw e.
tonI Iledhed er S aturday moring. Subscriptien, u5
aas ite . of Advertlstig
Cm..s aot $8221. $2222nt 1 Smoh. $25222h. 128s.
t aus..... I $ E Ie a5o s 41 net. I sonet id net.
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TUESD.Y MORIE-N02 G, AUGUST 28, 1886.
ArIt Items.
.The British Institfton, an art socriety of sixty
•yearsduratton, is about to be broken up. Bad
.unaaagement's said to be the cause. The diee
.tor were too much of "swells" to attend to the
Sbulsiess themselves and they handed it over to
pesonsof a low stndard of taste. Then it be.
come ulgsar, of late yeare, and fell into disrepute.
The lese of iebrilding in Pell Mall occupied iby
,' jailtotl, Shortly expires, and as the ren2s1
: will bpalsed, and they have not fds to meet it,
tliey vagr. s.'eed to diojolve.
< .re-ha been reesiding In Florence, for a num
. e e..s€€ aos an Amlerieau sculptor, of the
.mso$I. art. " 'his arlisthas lately modeled a
-..r4a'p ealled."The Triumph of Woman,': which is
alunehira d 4by the criti.s. It is not of the con-1
. . ,ntlaa anuo.auCapid clm, but has an Orig. ,
:.iteiatida lia-IS-the feialefigure being represented
- ia the i.et ofitling the last arrow from the quiver
f the litttlet )d, II
l 1l2ther Ammican subject has just been com
' 2lete2 at Florene, by an English scnulptor named
2onelly, ar.niog young artist. It is called " The
letoliu.hof-Peace,LhaadLt.ha reference to the close
-. 2 of oultewar-r , The group consuts of three fig
- .pfe-wa of them beautifau females, representing
. . er" and Peace, while the third, a fierce, ath
Sr--elo ,ebodiment of war, lies lifeless at their
The' Loandons Fine Arts Quarterly, which nwas
ispgaded some time ago, has been revived in
attractiveatyle. Anissg. the articles in the last
l'tmh8r, there is one explaining Mr. D. 0. Hitch
oo o eli'graphotype process, with illustrations ob
,.tinoed by that method.
W. H.Beard-has, returned from bis trip to the
,Rtockytootlt.Bis. He did not penetrate much
b"eyeonedDe ee;, but 'brougaht with him a good
maoy. ketohes for the hear life, whichhe is so
r W.- Wlsdtt'edge, who is with Gen. Pope's expedi
Stioaobas:bte-. beard from. tie was busily en
geIgeldtaoaloigsketchea aloang the slopes of the
. ueko yMountains.
Powell is eegaged ip giving the fnishiog touch
.to. his :life size equestrian portrait of Gie. Stc
.&oeioto 110298 long bad troubl1 ohont white pig
meots, tllie of tle reate.t brilliancy being libleh
q .ons. tlcl~log 'Ler. Pri. E. M. 'Wiad, .an Eogliol
. l..t. r 'iif . the, Athenmum that the high
ights in th rftdtcOallted "Thbt 2South Sea Bu.
, . i l.,' - ' It 1 t . 0iears a go;, are as fresh now
i . yLT. oyre'toldu-. The pigment usedby
It was f e white.
ar:
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a'B 1 h etrotr tine
w M~h2; A tlee haveassociated $
me nvmptet~gte t anroone itha o
itantrs iaptlang da
ofbi
9 ýefiý:Fo tltsreso; 1b
is h Yo 1 zpensivein- o
'.jngettryi tpnt pu
e ate Bothp o
C sIUBtoegs etese#0e)e s at ,ontbe B
ei i An.naer ale-asouni titth x,0
do_,.- itt~a In'a theei me
,tWeelit tagraot 01e
. pao'peorer ;or e
niol 1* PR lkb7Iid; stu hed In'ol
O $ n oit n id ottol. w But b tc
am , tim Seen Go7e j hato iia ti td o'
;'alit ' orlBll i ýt lbek'f;,s s;t h niliti4{y Iý
I oltoeolitsolBoteach ca ef feu
..C e wIeotfoalgt~ofe ye groeew 0 BpuotleranoC
o asiS~l 4e "W hr leeO tlº i n entaerb- 0
to'" natrslk aelefl ad -s
afat ýa~a~em'eo~wat awek, Ao-the n
etls e y ,gen sethereof
't tieIadlne: octoalki be eranoh no
:ý p4 If the Rouese·Guardea ls'`*iR du
a ..y WUreverdoesdlof~ete wirthonf tn
at cfa$*bleietlenorto ekw it, affect 0 0O
t^.ttmy btibl dugei+ i;o tt. 4Aae td ltna biterpa- o
abaneto:; lttitr% tbit-tirilry eelefetle; ea.
tltlne reolonof tn hne.y, hopetlly
ý.ýtI1}r Uo~~ ~arisn CI
rsea'fbdeom~enteitheor fan it- he
ti he ' ndbifl cmflb ie tptteefru tlce y ertain that no Al
W~ulI over darbnoe dlnt ith then, ,
O Itllir'obatlent; to e'at all affected a
ra t~irm rotaioo of tis kind. Especially ti
t"'=='' a b ýpttld'come'ta*b he from the .
fide a bIoie"a places-eCanada, whielh p,
- ~ " c i 7 r e eeot tjlJfledt~ save Ith other dtoy, them- n
ý; ,",,ttel men ela qerevdbywhandfulof their .,
own en t seem to theta a rather tea iv
zri ~gtansg.'eai B$heo. I don't care. A few d
-Cc, 4 WeSS*Ct aid tal hove felt greet repo}i- a
s , al r Osac t th mnonsaehy aneaess e
0. Ilýaclfa ot 0 10abIt.S 00lu eO.Lhie etleella tle- o
grUaph ea es desieeano teeUbiPoahlieae Bnot at
Srentreee-triW*sohoeotebetween them., Her
xlijll-da-ggaU~etin i~tt"" a i
{~r larn ,- b i
ti ·r malt lhniqsg- aSl theeonrteae, Ihavenono- t
gaited aneert of lIkIng for emper-ore and keier i
W ee grleoat rspublic, and learat It
} " * L ':. eat 0sreug~eehat seeing e
-te~AFeaiatk nble Wiel " t Iew ld be on
shiel~ yetwesNeow Yeol aid
sarmneeu- chIp, I. seppese, van do
ite v h tclaa;nsbhs hneandos lIlebere -r.
ift wasLrcenon of tislsoggeBo&n- which I
a lie ieerl ietliAtaoyraoteylainthat I
W, speoeente of Near YOleik inslol
-a -,, A lace, noeereaa, rthat iliey ree
eWbo kowat letast the teatieag
oltoatbea a0 fortniillt 0
} "p54 a en ylegeod heltyi I
ttrbtt ' it e~ofphbltc neswe wll
a. spold ve been oiurI pri
j itdIoi liee samesin e tls wijt
tites endef Aug fo W ndt only reconcilt onit
selven to titl roeolutino, ohdOnd auliettiig eltt
,to ,idl eof O blot
The Gooad W-o aItnnte br the Natiount
tirst. It severs the rtioecnttion hotccOl r- I.
de at Joutln aud tile Itpublica l P. :'t. Thel
coes of the tadhidla cout ' h
hase it all respeet.t aeao'erdtl the expftcaillalS
liot -ati~tied the wts0 ho ot Prcoid.ot Jtc-~u,
I telp':r tes i ef ,,un lnallt i '',ln the r ltnabliean
party, aud avomso tehe ou ;:.born r tlhe cn - R
eeotiee branch of t he cern a pt 1<l it
policy, .
Secood. Tice eonventiort h- weil itl, no aloe lt
of ia policoe, eetma. ,rnatl peluan om bu tit
aollthta pen uplee of tl e dF m ctrinu re o .'.e"-ic n.
'hat this rcanl ation i t .ntetorz ,. an ltr it e f: 'e
hlld the l honr of trhe Sonth. is ',thed Ib the
attnnimoats voice of tile ooetltln prces. ani the
aliv-ertnl ,articipation ,f the Southlell people in
thte hoaoe of delegates. They did not .Sd toho'e
delegates to make a trtaieoi plation ooru lit to
nsset th olin whoFse sulln. ane Iwas proclailed il
advance in te l. Front the nature of Otc 'case,
the wr coThd not termniniate fy a treaty of peace
tot tich tefranh.slrrender, oe made hv the South,
ot all that twai iurotved i the conltrt, t i\-es
the saoei solid asuorat c tlhat Wotlld toe tgiven by
a treaty of pece o at the terminntion of a foreie
eear. The riglet oe sefsfinn is g han up, cslaver y
is ehandoned. tt.e Confe,icc'rate tet is rephacted,
thoe bindinog obttigotot of tihe federal det t is at t
kanowledd.t antd tis its doe.e nolt sullenly, but
freely and in the racertion of a claim.
Third. Tile ecoventian fies intdelibl upon tle
radicals ttle stigma of beino the only ditmlion
party left if our polotics. The dssuioa party of
the toulth has gone tLo hitory.- It is a tiral f
the past. Just .s in the Scripture, the dervit
when the'v were cast outt o certain men hbe
ought and reecived poem:itsiot to t o into a herd
of swiu~t, o the demon of sc-osion, wtlioh hoL
been exeresed from ete Sooth, hat t:li:o-et refcge
it the hearts of the a.e.et. 1 all his ro
land. ferom the Mitoe toreatt and sile-r ; rean: o
Manic, to t.e r'chi po trees- f Tem a, tlera is litc
part opp ttto, tr i te [t'ion' e' ,ept the patoi
ouhc tolws tie lead af Charies of of: r ot".l
Thaddeusc Stv,,'ns. Ttie c--e 'aw ic ,rcci:c
itiot te isse tpcos in tl.t, tt. iulot 'toldcer the
Uniol shtall be reot'nred bant t:aopi'y tha' ctiate"'
at this stage, io not to be de.icidh bbact tlcic ib" t
by hol.lts.
lFolnttt. Th ctrone:oiho n i.ai crlt-itht rco es~l:
tt.iit to tct riceal n' :mtd behlt ith: tcccot ,i .
rcolaionso betweenl oIetlrt at" t'!d '.ý'·icrc ('ltrl-ý.c
ournitt thle ar n the as unte cit hle:e a'.,t cni:;:n a
estranige, ent btween the mx.a'.le o t nd o frle
oitioe recoreiationoed tol ttae t .al mtoot p.-t ic.y
Tic e r neos ti , ti er.. i< o i .- t
shapeo whether the mot ,uoto oh 0l r.'eo'. tio nlh _r
tile politics of the in.teo;ilte o tutt e. It har to:t -
otuected a trioge for the !'-resident, which en ,h s
him to act efitciently a:d 'bohlt with the fri!lds
of his policy, andt has uoited ther i c a ecpilpa:,
Sorganized, indomitable mass. -IN. Y. World.
toreln Itemas.
Mr. Plath, an Asiatic of Munich, has published
an interesting book on China and the Chinese. He at
justly observes that alongside of this Chinese
eivilization, which is four thousand years old, the
empires of Persia and Rome appear rather of I
transitory character.
A monstrous sturgeon, weighing near four lmu
dred and fifty ponmds, was recently lelt upon tihe
ebb of the tide in shallow water. in tile Severo, T
and after repeated blows with a crowbar, was se
cured and conveyed ashore in a eant.
The steam fleet of Sweden now consists of
214 vessels of 9514 horse power. In 1804 it con
sisted of 192 vessels, with SSO6 horse power.
A number of thieves who happened to be in the
neighborhood of Skalitz daring the late battle
there,stripped the wounded of their anus after the
battle, and are now spreading terror all over the
A French savant has discovered the means of
rendering the hardest and toughest flesh soft,
namely, by adding while boiling two tea spoons
of alcohol to each kilogram and a half of flesh.
Emile Pressard gets the " Prize of Rome" at
the Paris " Conservatoire" this year, for music
which has received high praise from distinguished
judges.
A new paper has been started in London, called
The Stranger in London. Each article is printcd
in three languages, English, French and German.
A new feature in the journalism of Paris is that
neither the morning nor the evening honiteur now
has a stamp. Reason, imperial favoritism.
The two following items are from the Monroe R
(La.) Intelligencer of the 24th:
A trip down the Ouachita coast, last week. for
the distance of twenty-seven miles, did not im
press us favorably with the prospect of the corn
and cotton crops along the river frmt the fith of
June to the lath inst., not a drop of rain hat
fallen. With the exception of few planters, little _
will be made. The corn crop will not furmi:h a
supply till January, whilst tile cotton will nlot
average a fourth crop. We had no opportouity of
conversitsg with the planters along our route ulpotn
the subject of tree labor, but we e ors e oropiil
that the main cause for such inferior scrops', i that
the freedmenll did not work: without t n sa ,-p-a
tion, each negro enhain was full of idie uep-r.:c
lounging about; the women seetin atboleat.y to be
doing nothing. We met il the cut-ofi', :.t t ]O icht
in also sornilng, tive ifreedaen, juot g.a-.- to s-ort .
three of whom had nn axe on ont sho e laa r aa 1 , a
shot-gna on the other: we tool it for l'r.a: d p
that a coon would have a poor showing, to thg
detriment of the tfrtedmen's emloyer.
We had asome dilficu!ty ino getltls . r ee the tiavan
IMaenhoire de IOurs. The condition ol tie road at .
this place in almost impassable, and ino one itl thats
neighborhood seems to ltae enough interest to re- T
paliit. It is only a day's work fr ce laatnd: yet a,
it remain untoauchled. No lens than forty wag',n
crass it daily, with considerable trouble, nndl tsais
thas to unlolad to effect a safe crvssioga. We hope
the overseer of the road will not nerglect his dutly
while so little isto he done on plantations; if ihe
does not, we would suggest Col Morrison, who soAt
promptly established a lerry scross the bayou it ot
hil wirater, to baild a toll bridge forthe caeommo- sir
dation of 'the public. None will refuse to pay for
the'privilege of croasiog. We found the river t"
1bWsr frome Paeer's bar down, than above. The c
steamner Alide is high and hard aground on a pub- wt
ble shoal about eleven miles below town. Her na
officems and crew have left her waiting a rise. The s
Swan, after waiting a week for the channel toe
wash'out;,scceeded in reaching Trenton on Sat
upitoly. - c
-Wha ih to become of tlp largenumber of freed
men oroe part rly fedwmen, oeoupy or
the fbogsee abut Monroe? How do they subsist t
Ctlaboring? are the questions daily asked Ia
bou the streets; yet they will not w ork flove t
nor money, the men drink slind lounge aboutthe a
streets, the women follow a life of licentiousness
never, equaled. 'When sick, their own race will
not'seym~iathise with them; they 'are neglected
and die, and we have tn bury them. Would it
n lbe ibettet for the Northern phllanthropist
rtc ameliorate their condition instead of.preach- 0
Iiig 'unitdthal .sfrage to them. We canaot a
' atun " Why d loe n hoerhas not broken out
rmongthebe itn those miserable- dens where they
hlddibat night bi the score, in filthy shanties not
tenfeets suare. or the bniefit of the idle ho- is
. g as elt'as for the community, they should
a.~e .ovaeate those shanties, go tc work, or
ca apst dwi e hope the town ordinance iu re- t
tif htlbu tevagralnt will be enforced,
o Weher"cmneh complaint of a similar nature by d
i onre' Trentnid ,riends, aboutt a' large number of
freedmen who occupy shanties back of Trentont
a they loss's a regnlar settlement and call it " tlahiho
Sdeux." iBeing some distanci from tile town they
are notso stnoylufig, but amoung themselves are
o continually fighting and stealing from each a
other. . "
St eEc MAN0sc A BolE.--The Boston Evening o
Commercial very sensibly says :
0s This nation has within tile past five or six years
made narked progress in good tasts. Ithas v;sted e
-o speeclh-maaing a bhero, Thle gift of gahb is ain w
it repute. It has been found to be more often the
d accompaniment of shallow brains than othrll-wiso.
Y tinauine eloquence of corise will always he ad
mired, and will alwaysbe a power. .out the dis
in position to listen to maere ready talkers, who have r
aInothiog in fact to say, but waoo iUsist on risin' to a
r articulate the air on any and every pnblio oecasetil,
50 is-dying out. It has been found that the greats at a
-W doers ase seldom ready talkers, and vice versa, the i
-i- greatest talkers are seldom good for anythisng it
t- action. There are somne occasions and sitmle kind
le of asemiolser, such as political conventions lotr
C intane,. whch in tile nature of things wetahll
co seIem t be neemssarily talking bodies. But it has
been found even that a political cooveiuton can
dipatto busineea much more rapidly andol takei a
deeper impression upon the country by refrainlng
o- from] ong speeches altogether and qui' tly auud
cc. promptlydoitg its appropriate' work. The ihila
it dlphihr convention inangnratea a new era in the
-l;solrty if mch-e'onwensiona. It cnaicnitedt oreato a
an sad ptbtlio speakers of unqUcestioned potwer, hut
us bthy-werc wisely reticent. Not a Pir Jabeslo
,rd windbhati was present, or, if sochll anone was pres.
do cut, hi did iot dare to rsig his tongue. in thlese
days of difsoed aknowledge bat ftw men ot give
SI any inforiceat!on to an iltt ligent crowd. Btl, un
oat happily, those 'ivho are at inust likelyoto do it are
sis aIntcst to rdlr to stpeak: Piicnie and social cocu
re sionw are made dreary and dishtal by the nec'eosit
i'g of listening to or utterieg in the form of a speech
it, a certain quaslity of oamutooplace pintitttlec.
al[ The more people rctflet upolo the l'hlladeiiLhia
at iwutaatian the bettr tilry aw'i liktha it.
rn a gentleman wa thitateuing to beat a doe.
tso .t .S" exe]aimed tint Irishtman, "Wo-uI ye
uhate t t -ask it l epaku' out:"
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RUSS,' RUSS',
RUSS', RUSS'
St. Domingo Bitters,
St. Dolongo Bltters, T
TO
It. Domingo Bitter
One of the moat valuable combinations of a useful medicine
n and agreable beratge hat hasever been offered to the
pubbli. ilillions of bottles w;ero said throug~b.,t tre North
during the last four years, and wherever in;rodaeed .it A h,,
prove. a weleome addition to the luarlid's table, the fataly
ciele and theb.,ehelur's sideboard.
La lie eh.s loststrength and appotits and snfer from C
ncuse:,, vomiting and vertig,
Gentlemen who "don't feel very well" jest before breakfast
or dinner, whose stomach is out of order and system is geue
rally deranged
Mothers weaning children ad Sfferig from general
debility-
Children of sickly natre, and sorr, dyspeptic constotiou- -
Travelrs who have ocesol to chanE their water, and
Ail who live n malrriou. districts, and ae snhject to e mie
nn tic iruenes, will find one oe the met vaiuable trnies nd
lavigoratera that cu I taken, in
RUSS' ST. DOLUNGO BITTERS.
T.Y THE1 BUT O?'-"I,
Rues.' St. IDo F.!n 'o d(.
ELuar' Arrack PlnsCh,
MADE FROY .bTATIA RTOT.
Race' H[esslna ;Punch
lnta,' Gin Coektall, [
Nnee' int Julep,
Rs.s' Brandy Coeitalt
HE..' Bourbon e Whisky Cocktall.L
The most deUghtful conoctions that ever tempted a man's
astt-cheaper than any =teady drinks in the wend
BLACKBERRY BRANDY,
BASBERRY SYRUP,
GINGER CORDIAL
LEMON SYRUP
lso on hand ad malufactred to order.
beRu d& Co., No. 8W ey street, New York
Sold wholesale by J. H. CARTER,
f JAMES GONEGAL
And by n . il Grn and T.),lets.
a (LZEANSE TILE IILOOD
ith corr. It n,.v bur: 1.pr u V d ra er, er S "org .. -
Luti te Bit yu cni: e at V goad heb biwke Sour blob y
A yer'. Srusaparll
tta t itb de i , ½ tivity wth el wb It
it, a mt Wt'co^. f-n. nt> a g :ehi o so It
ttriadt ltbelttLo maklt richtet Erltt let btfs tttt te
Stt, prt Bimol , a m , ., r -C traOn a,, E" ru.1 p ,.lia z.o
,te a ".yt itnt:d l.e ' iet thi.a -,t t tn . "e t ... .t r' i
Va i tlve tut, ah tor.' , Rtc 'o etei, Tater ter ie: '
mk. LarlnW d sup o q,,ul., Win l te y r. ý tyr'a .,. o:,, > ,. 1, n : '`'
ahndehe yourself the tn tprisina nettlity wl which r NIt
cleaurno the blo ond can thee disord r n. eae
Ret[ b r Stlt hi iAe d t n ate d bee eltteol. r
iuing lae tte ear the pbl ib o t boet metled by .large btt I
ties. teO , I a hart og e or a .Extract of . arspr.land fr
thet dollar. .at of th se rde. o been t'ranf u the teu LL Ir
they not only contain lttF le, if a S apatlo Na. ut oe no
ureattve p.rperttl whatever, ti ttco, bitter diteppointqep t
htt fte owed the use of iLe various extracts t. Sttptrili la
twhbh food thetmbrbet, until toe name it.elf h.i eetcomo e
nonuyuin with irapaltion and centhe Still. e cull thIn co n
ptund " Sarusxparnd intend to s pply uch.ee a red.y ea
bhel e. en the name tetm the load of oblnoqy ewh ch r a
upon ait. kW thINk wt have g ne for eliUevng it ets virtuest
tich eae nterettible by the ordl aryt rtn of the dieaise itt is
lntetndedto eare. We can ly aaeure the nick, that e
thethetbenterethe tbtlcb we know howttotprwe', Iad
he aeeaaon tbee theolie tle. athe ot fyectae pearllier
of the blood yetdiesoered by n body.
AYLR'S CHERRY PEOTOY Al.is . telve.rl knob. et
to uterps. every other remedy te tate curte of Cogs, Ceolds, e
Iuttueutt, Hobrt eel.e Croup, Bronchitbs, Incipient Cosa.ap- P
ion, sad lor theeral.teofnCnte ptvebt Pnttents i.n 1tcee t
atoeSft of the tleee tht e titt useless hero to reot the thet cvt.l g
deuce of tie vtrtuee. The world knots them.
trepared b: J. l. AYEt &CUO., iowee , Stats., atd acid ky G
E. J. HAT pCO,. CO~New Ol tei. ti
What.le. ]t.Ae.A
O Ea ICi Cto.l t ISIONEfR. NECO %P 1.
itetrAINItt DPStt RIt, N. 110 ear delet eteet, e.,
Qrelut, Ar.e t1 lt du-Alt oetere of Lhaue 1 .e the!
the Se ald wtt ern g DOtrict, ehich is bountled helow te
Retihen t, end ebtending ftrome te r ts.tist : river t Lake
Pontehartre u, are t etIh t ntti.e ed thtt tht exth Inttalmde .
et s, et r thee ett e cost of Draini g - aid Dtrict ia
i ewdle and pt ybtie ate tllhts oltce. All b Ins td etetittl-y t
l tt f beptotrettar next w t blutee jelte to pro ttedrnm accord
I.n; to law. M[OSES EAS'P,\lokN, l're idcu
No. s CAnP STREET, UNDER THE CITY rHOTELi
Jewelr. Watches, Sleer and Plated Ware.
REMONOS' RilIAN PEEbLES.
otetd, tlert metkeelt h s eteol mu e et. , Yn
The pnl oel. attetio eti th ee, Oetdly td htetLte.d" Otl,
ritkpectlly Seolcd te d et e thmmon' B ittletan Pteetene ISo --
dltb-e o a sed.thbt t ehmtle he uste l. t Pet b:et rt.ei in
id to.' Part ieularatout let pt i ttrpele rlt g Wigt;et A Be:
dtttlr, the bettttetmbt a btb oe g Smp t.o.. t ti
Nt.ehee itee. ttttttette, iet.; Ptedt · d Tabit Citleey, atet
TihkeholesdMenlee it teoue. of OMTab N BROTIIEO
heO been temoted Irtm No. t nttmp bttdtet No. de Grorier
treet, ietve. Camlet and Seielltti treetd .
h ..,LECTtIRAlVt R tttD tlIte H et CEOOL Fb R tOY..te
Tie eptchre f ttlhte d er tbgned n cotbe. e l oRel t . t d tt ,
rbe opefed nt fu l ,l e ,,,m {e D Se "t', reptr e hr ,l I.Pob t lo neto
t ibmetonl b t thea shure . h bh e t e. . CNittett n '.la. Pe Itb
Jstlero y, thenbeettrken b g t.h., g t plyd.& 'rl,
or er. o .h nnl o t Tr pt rtti .ai . t e ty ot the t hlbtr et
letteet , bettert Ciilt aIere d Pfagt.ese tboe tt
T LHEl SECOND ANIAP P TL 6EtY b
si-LE? tRA AR AND T.i tt
iTte :atgitr.lr teetrttd tlgt isartt lce thet te f cienetletei ,i
he Caoe L ateltt --l. v.. --betMc. tt l,..ed, npt d 1 -lue ,ptelt i
C RE-tre -t f the CItItr , tpB eit, Titdea l tiet iltet :
Por rt les diuih on.ther a cular, tL. tee If at Ii.y r e nt tl t ',t
ilt nt o thei t 1, te e th theyei be bb
thi. *ia ijNTe. .
J artleaeiteh datttteee et tte tbe t -7 atitulayh t belt it.,,
:amit l . g ,L t a
=('Qi..... . A10.... o. l:'w.
JA. B'AlR&NA or
HAVANA OlcCARS. tcl
No. 65 Commu streolt and No. 3, Cnoal ISo. lt.n
HliA1RFl' C. 11Y£1 AM1 &7 CO.- E
DEALERP IN JUN
NEW OIANS-3i MvzereUt.
Tind o. N LOt' )ear anKU-r e 't u rl e Ttr. b o
h]'I;1 11)I: . e--i +i=' \ I: a trnat.
'ltlI.- C. WIOII l '.,
4T1LOS. C. WALSA. late o Lynr!ltrg V. ARTUtIP
O'NNELL, .Iat of t.tC-y 4: N,
TOBACO' AN.) ,ENERAL C)OMMIeSION .iRil'IANTS .t Co
Co..a or U o-C 1 00 w0 L41nY So.osTI.
NOe Oriea., a
ll.o.r ,o o o T. I!iooo, oco Odh, m-,0L0.
C. B. H.EO . . & &0 .- .
715 GRAVIEU STREET,
lo p 000.1: 1 De 0aers l, a0nd irt110 . of 0
HTavnan Clears. dLrcintls and H ster To
No p c3 nstaT ' u'"o y f 14s4 bloada of t rob
Impon r of
iAVAV. CiAR-. L:- T IB.0CO A:D I 0't 3
x .i eno.nou 0 . 0rc, o l
P0 Lt0 C000 b ,4 _".. - TO.'ACCO,
het oi::oso tfl o h. 1. l Prhce \daoIoe o.
N.o .,.re C'o1 d iAver[, Oil. i
IAALLTS SYRAp BA ILODIZED HoAE o D
Cease, ad the pai, ri k ,. Iee o ( tu:n healthm. ,
No More Po.erty of the Blood and ,ale
Cmplo eIoon. Cpolo.
DRS. MAULT E P.RAS' PHOSPHATE OF IRON.I
Cla, aId th p -ibn, Pr"pnl ve r :cnr lt e hsolall in
o eoosore Poderty of the lnod ana ' P0le
STCumpleuAoln. I
DRS. LECAPS' PI[OPAELTE OF IROT.
'Thso ew t err innth mediine contains the e'eoOoe a f the
biood o'i bon e irrood ron in a lilid 4t.4e. Ie i. on ,.nt A0 ram 0
alnht e:to ,rrd ie il li , ols li0ee -
le. it shpeedinly carep chtoronii + pw ins en the .toms eh, dificult
Aine lod1, 00 bomelborr hlem anld ea te t.
he mih,;t 11t VAaemis 1, Medicine of ParlA recTm
and poornes of blood .
InstA+n aneously cured by
GRIMAULT'S BRAZILIA OGUARANA.k
A vegetable ,ubstanee, .sad from time immemorial in Bra .i
Better Thun Copalba,
MAULT'S CAPSULES AND LIQUID EXTRACT OF
MATICO VEGETALIS.
Whbere nil other p-,po-i:roi have fui!-l, thE·e !reparmlon
will alw ,yn .!oc .I, verc. Th,,e I alre -:11Al anti e .' :,,,,erharg
..re ... evr e rceut awl er!:l,,le c-1,e o,! priuteo tn~enes.
S.:d in New.: Orle'a.s by 1L'+'O :
ah 1!L.1'
FF.- -t .. . . .
,,,. . , . - .· .r . .. Z.
: l, ",un :r , u
10 ,oe..C .. r o w , , . .
aI . n I
i" Io;~l"+'iE, DELOC IIE &b GUILLOT.
And at every pood O. emlbt5 j
A UU, a (Uhamtats to reeve)
FegIn',a'.o Syr i+ of Perllrlnn Bork.
In enloiuq I-,rrblrm, nlr-r t~ clrrlaled a ro -tiln by .11
Kcants, i. .hIe CUI HINIHG OF IKON H PH HARK
cniird Ferrnltinloer Li-:.p of 11.... au Bulk, Ncelri, UHI
MACAll Hi fU., IftNP',', " H. P. ll. I'rim' N,,p l.ft,,a Il,
Pitrie, have di~ewrered~ medicine of Imerestionnl merit, and
the most highly competent per-sue now agret, in roeap mg t o o
gratmr I II lh lluxu.;c imr~ertwet dlrnment has been recet rod from
Germany, a c.ýuntr; e, u~ni:+d to p",,a - theh t- them -rat I lu
the world.d It In Irelu Prc ti'inrll Rleteienbki Chemi-al uni iyrer u,
to h.e Law Courts, who teethes. i. tha foI-1 t terms w the FI.
" ru· · the gy lap at Berk, (I~ed..al (3-U. BL VL-,~, Gct
"-',. GRIM ICKT e, sueededIddn the Inppiest ..Inet ift
'omfnhln. r1lThv', q',uuiftIr tHFIIAA orrunL r of IN.,'USL
AN PiCN' I.J'.tKN ACEDIUINCH; th', '.e m',n,., ,' theiron
roa'r P±,,.I~ n, in xI'Hitlin i its 1 t ',P', rl' dAA I , iPA,,
nlnle rrli, 1:v 'lasd th In I olther A fseal. ni " 6 ma n.ftm
o: t:·r Ili·- :.lnrmneeo 6tenl 1"rapn l rlon s-., t ru17 rcionl lttear
fern:ý~ilinun lieliiiesJir i if·. li.d i rr iglf c ,nbLr
eea9e ,~ý. I, fr md e ec anil t all pill:Im
Irg~~~~shl',ty f(oI mnw"ae-1
A neu fteal 5ft' y'5 the t!',,s ..[n. ',.irtan]Incrl U N', AlgA
I. ,R. UA' ftl1I' I.1.
IItet ne no~w [email protected] i what terms too f'reltih Ami~[,aadud r xt
. . .ltsolrd'a psftpsi,"I- n t rv;. d LBhg
Me',,'tlon in whicihKNA. M KL ACE''Af' is h',
Fan~~atI: nakq-Ai' Vi XNA,
bUit 11.2', III N'stA ¼,,mA
,.UUC ndafo^. ICHA:, CL',u.,+
Geutr.l Dcj-`tin P,-i. GI M IL .F
In N,- r IJLLO('LIL'UL N' 1KUUH ' I,
hPIYl:l' OF FELliRliISII' PERUVIAI N BARK.
1'u ,"p rli"ah e 1atre t .v t. I " ua..g to
gil persann beekwcard iu Fttnimog the age 1, It :,ril?.. l e
.,(;1I1 (i,.ltiil,· 1 .,"tr:,l u", 1 llli."·ý, Lcucv.'rbc3. Duuilhly
Utieuun atu Jlro0ULUUUN. UL. VLLUC~lE, and rue Inlii-pa
Is,
I~
ill'. 3UlY!_l DU II'LISY a'9 DIU EITI VE
l1Loy ,: iiid PI 'lrrJr ir lualnieLl:~rl l
thelu ~nIrrcari~Li mart benedcl.mlil nlucellrr l he
I:ihlrce bgul!Itphl ,Idr t o n au r [I l in ttueuce~l' u rl
a of r il n . ir e I atg h either~zr I. t",sln'"!, uti~
tut dera+ ";; . a I·rlu .IIl* \:thli l ra v L UbI(
I~i I' I·· n::l· ~ oor hee pil(·nl- r 1 t tlotuc1
l latter, tor,. x ·y t I .l-ti* lniu - a i a dh 11 E- i~ to u g .,.
&r. lra. FuI V.!:, it ^a.:t ' : er l7XI-I r: "'ll \7*8
1 .: eta dlt;, ti~ry . .g l Itw, ilo ru·.; tote: c.. d, d sil
uu-cvn, nbp~ ~r s.eu
B.NKLE.L 'LMA, ALABAMA.
I I . L . A. J l : AlIn .
'rD'i Nr N ENIo 11I B ;, . 1o- ; Ionru., WSIr L Ci..,. Ž I L.t ',.
LEVY. UIEUR:IL . 0o.
iUNAS IL LEVY-ANIDF. II ON D. DIE'!C--J. GOLD
Commaldlou M.rchant. tGR
2 .......... . ........ : , .t Street...................
NEW O. ' L.E ANS.
We co::rinu to nm dl.,e C *., . :,.n-cs nprn P7rdll::' n a coa
.vutun con-i' e,: , IO 1 h. , "i l . . , c .Loip t, ot:r t,.1.0
i Now Yo k. B ,, *, o a. I .. oe rst . I.t bEc. a o Ir t B rhu
.t: Ei.,.Li.r,,pou. EuslIlAo. MI l
ULL'.EF' d TW1 EEL-
ASSE
(GEO. RULEOF, T. C. TWICIIELE)
NXCEANIIE. ATiL
GULD AND STLTVE,
UNCXIURiZN P .ANK NOTES,
STOCKS, BONDBS, LE
INSURANCE BC l RI
--oll.-
OoernmSn, t Vouchers,
NO. 125 R:i:EA'- STREE:ET, NEW ORL5E1 N
jLLitBF ' . TEVICIHELL, -
(GBEU. PKULEFF, T. C. TWIEIIELL,)
Deal s Irs Iln E,1,ha ge,:LL e 1isol ld I : I I 1.
UNEL REiNI CANEN NOl. 1, SLOS, BONDS,
INc.. IANC , ,'tiS' ,ND Gl)tt . iN5 T VO. L' '.
L LAKE CASrES AAN: F, OIN I L"
L. V. LIcERIT
LA LS,
Bouot and Shoes
-ar
S. WITKOWSKI & CO.
91................M gslazne Strett................97 p
We call ILuat
TwentlyFise Pes Cent. Lower
C.
Goods Womplete n COt.as
S. W IKO ;II; Cn.
T, I .n s , _ . .. .rs sole a " on,:.
,.,: .,t ,,l. .. s. .t te n,. _ _.d C: t co; ·i l tp l, o rLtu' : :te', . 1
A ., i. l i,', t = , iaeo - cWi :. ,i ,nC +.rf t:h .r, .,
2. .ih I' hIts,)1 .o:ny 11r9, 9 7019 y1., v1 1- thai o1 : e119 1 ae
All the dehca-lr., of ".he sons-, wikh the etolcost Wine, sod
T',Ior I, J.l .11 11,n 10,l21
The. i'rTolnotors, th'ulktul for past fB.ler:, sollit oon))-...
x1 t a e p e 1 o
LLuu'RSANA hOTEL., 99
2193 TCIIOCPITOULAS STREET,
1plolte S. Manr' 112Irk.1t, w12ir1 one squaro of the Texas
SCamatohlp L."adi .,
NEW ORLEANS.
W-Ta,-$-2 per .72. 12
THE PROPRIETOR o9 this o anl-known sad "nMlr 1.tL
1hma1 h In g his 212 preent la2Ition) too 9 oli L2 c tIi. cih
Non. 18.7, tR -sd 21O1 CanaStr82,
Corne orao B Csn Strcel,
'bher he 0 oprr to be ob!l to fo9 le1 a h hie to ell hl99 frl2ed2. C
391 needs hSrdly sis9e thal1 his t471 . 1ionow, 292ever, u ar
nme2, and tht overy 9 omfort will be ejloy bt y p902 nn c 'o
HO01R OF MEALS:
9122 9, from 7',1o 2 : Dinner from 2 t2 l; S2 pper2 9 L 6 ,.
WaHTOr APo EXGC AND ALGE,
NO. 19 ST. CHA'.LES STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
Betwesen Comman aed Canal Sreet,
Tr. O. Steoll,. Prot-leCtr.
O RILEAN9S HIOUiSEE- -
CLARKE .2 DOUOGHY,
(O:)9. 1if.'LAIIE--r.I. D0OU1I1TY,)
2l,'ner of SL9. .Chtle2 ond Coumon streets
L lc 2 yrOerlr day frlmll to 11 2'lctk.
P1tOT''O4IIA - PI-Y.
pI29T999195A9U' 000195 ATR) ALIT11RT I
HIPOT'OSSI ..H GOOD',S dEIUAL-N
S. T. 0LESIN2,
:: (1f1 2 29riir S 2rSE
2'o1ls8i2'1o2 2.tlO99I De0ler in
1OTO1R_2P2ICA1 IA 18 RI2") 114.8,
21OTO1 11 W 1i(111 IATIl01:A11 , i r
i)'T',,40 9\P'Il1 .ALHU.L.I AlND 1RA2MES,
..HF rO ftt UA i'HS € ? (:O? .l;Hi iT /ZS, F. r.
i1,11.s n 21d 'bl 22 A'bli *, ".h,:1 he is ,'iing At R1 rT1,4 ,sP;
PP.,'01 2- 111 , 1,',r,1lr2.l le al sies.dll1 in a d "lll1lltf8 ,
n";iI, the 1'AI9N2' h272JE RA9R'S whb21 h, ur11.2 ,, li.h)
P 2itt 41" .111182. 122nil yo pI,.erlo. 1282211. he City,
L.4 !.1,::c9v1i 2188,1811 2ri21 ; '2'.12y, Pl22and 2i9or11,
v91t9e .t11 d n10 t1.i,'19 ,11,,19, 2 ,t low1t l2nr9 t r2t9l
"9 5. TOnI) & 41.. DEALERS IN ARI2182'd
rear, aru s,
AWTB,
OILS, VARNISHES,
RUSHES, Eto
so. 7I Msian. Ptreet. 1
. . ... . ... . ... ..... 'P aTB" --'
S FOREIGN FRUIP.12
Wh0o01l9 Dea9er9 1i a:l& ln. ,io Urled1 d I Or2.2rRiR, I
N-,, 11 2'R1.4 AND 11 F1LTO- 11ri '120.E41,
Batae.-Common ad Urnt:,: sr. rx:a, I
. ,. . . ,,- · , . 11 -[ U ,,117 1
u..,'¢oN t+OUI): _UVit'.l.TJ,
'R't8!2P. 11',:Dl 2 FOP: ,'.W NTR1 ADVTIISING
1r L) 4929929.. f. 9.090212' t21148;
. t, 'T4CRLOE Proriotor. c.
N Efl'Y.\+i:E IA i U. ····· IA S A4U.c- Y ..
1' '. 'N i ) Vii) PU it,
DU~lCXi II CAF.UNIiLLI:T
IEICi'ANUII.E M(TUAL INSUI(ANC(E Co., NO
ý1STILS SlAY] L,:, 1tG. .. ... $ . ý1,500,000)
ORIA.\i.li:D) API~L, 1a11.
Th c",+rI~ III,~',i~~' + dJ ~itsr",r o f
'LIn OSilple n'
il-I'l YiP fort -10,00 ,Ir
ii hi i iii
....:enl. l ,"! i" .,,p 1,, iJ~ln ulnJ t- u .,111 11,A 1 L en the . ntiT i·
l'o-,l.*" Y walll Ilr~ll 11 e, ,nnl .1 ,n h .,,sL n ,,ntLerlu·I· I or ,Li~c.i·111
Au Ii iii's~I~ dipdYiIIsd p
ai i ye f ip.. i~,".e K iiit 51 5 I 1.n n itlls '1 ip
A. tine yii a. dsdidi ,i i , p rIhIiL L ,FU s issdv -
sI,, Pn \ i pipiio, I iisi
I.,dNis pdi iI'lbiiiipi'
Wii:si phiphiidlls : iii,_P11idSIECIALIOLIS:
iiiii~~ II Iy 10":,, piiiissiii\ :.\I ii'isii
1 siA
tL,"
I ·· I · N . ·: 'O II ·t ,;
S::S S i ; · · 'co y ·: .. At M . l dRR I ~tt 1e, it,,
RNDPL iYORKP ("ii..5A.
. -. -'.,. . ..
L:· ·.......... alý,-.i I beiyl'els:"e......
(t. 1 sli of ltx per -. :t. is t is day declared, payable at con.,
Sc al,, p; i L.·· 15th LI*Z; i
AI.,- x , Sirli dividend or Twenty per cent. on the Earned1))(II;
pr au,~t -be e ntio vru"i-t.inte ~ t.I
I,;·i! ~ L~~... "" r ei,,l·n·:i·,.7 ,, -,,j +i·i s's- · )^1 l L read
IV·.,, R. LAS T ,Se!ec...,tr pp ICn. y .tL~~l~ tr
W-. A. SCOTT, At-tauilU Seretarly. R'
pe,'
We are nown~ prepared to irillo OPENY and SPEeCIALr POLL-I into
CIEs a~.aanlt Illy
Perils of Fire, River and Orienn,
From N' e Orleans to Po~rte and Place. in tt.e Iait,""I States, n
.,a rice ~r r Ai *i at an~id morn I ewF Orleansb to Port or reap
Ports rn SIULI I A.-oa o r Europer, -part the per
MO.nT FAVORABhLE TRIMS1, all~(
and wsill pay nil 1--, :o \ ew~ Orlen·. Anil Irmal nor Ion; se as
uc 1"'p, by clone *rler:iou w u tuiuara to nrorit and l altai a Sall,
Linrrn. l Patron,-.1I'
rep-talt lyrCIIII inrio a conferrenceJ with all persn, * \
nr-ill Insslrr ml e, Ls illq c tllUlont that we can iralr It Ithr Irv
nllrnur du to Dalronlir tlli, ýA,;el'i'- note
N'r rr, r.ry tin lly rtp n~nr
lOBMACK & QULISBE}.
e21 Nw. Levee and 1) Fult.n Street,
. C iDt L" , . -. .1A ., L . i, . :. P .2.iE
_o S L. - 0 -- ,
1."
IZ I,'osoe, o , 45 r7, ariS 51 GrsIe r stree,
5tl Vv-. , 1',. Y+E .,I B S.- _0
1 1I. llD Li. , F '. '"A NE, oJN. N. PANE ;
WEIIOILSAL EiOCL.. AND DEALR S SIN WESTIER.
PiUODU'CE, Y
Eo. 72 WeShou.ltouySe street,
Nre OrG rland . La.
iATOOL1) , PI(: TmETT e Co.-
.B. H. WOODSB-Wl. 5. PIC(:ETT--aIFE iL WOODS .
6 CONmerS e SL reEO N.
(CLARK, STEWiAP.T B~IBB'S OLD STAND,)
5ONTDoo'ERI, ALA.
WholettLe nndt J9trr|i Qroees.
COREMIsDlN BMERCANTIS AND COTTON BROKERS. I
J Irsy o H Wrrie; H . W I..:!ay ' CCo.; Bttle, obl t Co.: do
;ol. J. i Six ,,n. .,.,, rol D, B. p,,,,r, I- cw (,,,h,,,,- ..
J. T'APPOSSB a Lu. o
COIRNER JAKDOON AND Rr.IEENU STREETS,
A:;D Bs MGA, IANE. SSIE. T, s
Offer norltale n. v'-r501 t,,rt ld lnu ir rmerId, receIvod
frmL ,irst ha.nls nah, tl ~ ,",ant Mal pnces ti ll bo and
CUB-LOAH AIFLGICA
WEITer ad YpOn tOWEN1ARi'IED SCObAR, S
ODLrN e [TARP, FAMILYE . SYRU C,
--And-
NESPIlLED M)OL.sSES.
SUG6 e.RSd DOLASSES,
.NS ..E . . A. Th .sn A,: co.. nw S
'£IEOISOB TE PEB.I i.,
WIOLLs.,ALE DEALER IN
.lq u-or. ,.d Wlnie, .t
TCOOUPTTOI LAS STRI . T,
Naw 04,I,,,n".,
Bk. L. D1'M1A, C5EOM I(SION lMERClHANT,
Ips orter of Cnllb Prodnle. ad
--Ms.,, Dealer in-
LOUISIANA SUGAR AND MOLASSEBS,.
Ohio, No. 10 St L.os'atr.t
LonlliSmha aria COca r agld -a Bll's eaWmay. on band day
1A B MSB3LOSAGILCAL*
VIEW OF MARRIAGE,
Containn nessr.ly :1 pag5s. and 1S dins Ploter and En
, t ;_l.s of tile Anatormy of tl: IL.-in OrB&ms in a autet of Ma
iicno.'isu D -.as' , I.[bL a t ,:is ('n Ti SSary Erors, itr Da
hI'.blo Ca IsE.S lElS'Snn slpSlgnO t]it :.l,i iand Body, with thS .A dBi
d:os's Plan , -'rr ,ates t-s- -sh only rational aod s elsl5 l '5
m",,,I- rcr. cr Mt, h v/n hy too reoprt of cases treated. A I s
trI:thfu I'a. 1 r t ',e a i, ..r ii , a -nal floa cuntenl:)Ntio,, mar.
or ponhngo cn:lr.ncy, h;" nai`;nrtn
PI. LAE CROIX, I:
l}.e ,nth .: .:: ", - i n ,' ~0..':! ':l,; 1 . .o S b 5 , dis d R i.>u,
.... 4 ... ..... *''''' r~1' c 1½
* 44*41 44I 4' ; .4U 1 I'M
NIi~r ili~l N · . 4 1li '4 14.44444 (444 :.-/ ·il
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