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OFFICIAL JOHRNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, the
J. 0. NIXON. r+tter and Prepntser. 01
oFrica No. A CAMP STREET.
I.Te~.ly iubscripOtun t.aCdraOe, $16; ha'f )early, f:
l brtev, 54 ainae cope.o 1 emott 'I
-tTa Wwars, cp f'm.lr is published every 4aturdsy.
ubcrtt,to Ii , 55 i ris.Iy in udrare. U
FR1I'AY VORNINO, MAY 15. sAk. P1
4 number of persons clyming to be ex-offi- i
cers and soldiers of the United J*ates army, hi
recently assembled in this city for the purproe t
of choof ing delegates to a soldiers' and sa:l
ors' conv( ntion to 1," teld in Chicago. an 1 to h,
pass resolutions denunciatory of the l'resident, hL
These two objects were accoomplishead in the sI
happiest wanner. The President was duly e
denounced and resolve d out of the White cI
House. Senator IBeljatmin Wade was as effec
tively voted in, ian, a list of delegates cnm.- z2
prising the whole military wing of the car- ci
pet-bag faction, was appointed. Now all this t1
ilty have been consid.red a very good joke
by the persons who contrived it, but people it
abroad may really suppose it all to be a genu a
vine expres .ion of the views of the ox-othicers ei
and soldiers of the United States army res d- ti
ing in this city. it
It is in order to correct this error that we
refer to the event at all. The fact is, that the t1
ex-olfcers of the United States army now resid- w
lug in Louisiana have, ;enerally, a thoroun:h b
contt n pt for the radidl cirpet-bait-ers. Thy is
co-operated heartily and e-ticieutly with the a1
D)emocratic party in the late election. On Si
of them, Col. Smallwood, is the popular sp - ,
tetary of the Democratic State ('entral (' ui. 0
mittee; another, Col. Mann, was elected to
Congress by the Democracy of the Second a
District; and a third, ('apt. Wilkinson, was I
the Democratic candidate f,,r Congress in the
Fifth District. Besides these, there were
very many throughout the State who identi- e
Sed themselves with the Democracy. These E
were the men who were real soldiers in the I
war,and who became citizens when the war was
over-the men who settled amongst us with i
honest intentlcns and friendly feelings. The t
carpet-baggers are welcome t , all that they
can gain by the su,,port an I c(,iunt'itenlae of
those who make a tratlic of their mnlitary
career, and who join in the radical schewe of
tyranny and plund'r.
There can He no doubt that the cou ':g
fite chanl Ire and tournamenlt, anunotnlll' I
to come off at the Fair Grounds next week.
beginning on Tuesday and ending on Satair
day eveniiig, will prove the most biilliant andu
attractive out-door entertainment ever wit
nessed by the citizens of New Orleans. The
ancient Oly~pic games, to which perioli, ally
flocked the denizens, rich and poor, young
and old, male and female of the cities of
the olden time, offered to th, ir pa:tr 'ii no,
more joyous or exciting anticipations than
does the coming fte to those who know what
may be expected from the careful and ex
perienced directors who have it in charge.
Thirteen charitable a-ssniatli, us participate in
the management. and will be represented in
the festivitt e, bic'h include every imaginab,le
amnsement that c.n ronuluoe t the en ,
ment of guests. Certain it is that if ex
perience, liberality, and forethought can make
such a monster undertaking successful, tht,
result may be considered as already achieved.
Tc-morrow the long awaited matinete an I
hurdle race entertainment to be given by the
MIetairie Jockey Club, at their Course, takes
place. and we trust that the skies maybe fair
and the elements smile propitiously upon the
festive occasion, for the Club have made every
effort to entertain their invited guests to the
full extent of their well l.owun hospitality.
The overture will begin at two i. M.
Col. James II. Wingfield, a gentleman w.ll
lknown and highly regarded in this comnim
aity, has been appointed general agent of the
1New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern
and the Mississippi Central lailroad Compa
nies. It is a mnost judicious selection, for
few men combine in thi nIselves the energy,
1usiness capacity and concdliatory manners
that ('ol. Wingfield possesses. He leaves for
Texas in a few days, on a tour in the interest
of the corporations he represents, and we
bespeak fior him a welcome reception from
our friends in the Lone Star Staite.
It will be seen by the announcement pulb.
liiihed in another column, that a general meet
ing of the Feto ('lhamptre and Grand T'lurn:ra
ment Association is called for half-past s,-veu
o'clock this evening, in Parlor Q. St. Charle
HIotel. It is plarticularly desirable in view of
the near approach of the time for active op,
rations, that this meeting may be fully at
tended by the vari-,n conllnittees.
NEw tOI:LE.NS, May Ii, Isi,,.
EDlior ('re'et--The Bee and the Tlna
have spoken regarding the ShcparI ac.c e juI-t
decided. Wibeeut any rcronoeu rn tenhr.
papers, except as having published the
matter, your correspondelit would ihke to in
quire who wrote out the decision, and wi.
paid for a dinner wlhich several geutl,,,un
enjoyed a few days ago ' Yours, x.
Geo. Ellis, opposite the 'ostallice. his the Wa.
werly Magazine, Literary .\lhum, Harper's Buiar,
Last Seveation and the Metroeojitan Itetrd tr
It appears from a card to be found elsewhere
in this morning's paper that the very handsome
sum of $111 t0 was realized at the last enter -
tainment given for the benetit of St. Anna's
Asylum. It was a noble work wel done.
Mrs. M. E. Joslyn Gage writes to the Rsvolu
tion that the cotton gin. one of the greatest inven
tions ever made, was originated ly Mrs. Greene,
the wife of General Greene, of revolutionary
fame. After the revolution, the family moved to
the neighborhood of Savannah, where General
Greene died. leaving his widow and five children
in cmnarative poverty. Eli Whitney went to
board in Mrs. ;reene'a house as a law student;
and the first cotton gin was made by him in that
homuse, under Mrs. tireene' supervision, and en
tirely in accordance with the idea which she ezx
plained to him before the work was conimenced.
itri. G(reene afterward married a msa named
Moller as her second husband, and he became
Whitney's partner In the manufacture of gins
after the inventaun was oompleted and had proved
auccesfnl in practice.
Mrs. Disraeli, at an entertainment given In Lon
doe eie her husband became premier, was
lIterally a blare of diamonds. She wore a head.
ren of black velvet. quite covered with clu,
tes of them; and strlngp of diamonds, kept in
their pta es by eme ll and diamond butterflse,
ell oer the body of the dress.
THE JIUTUSE ZUO OLIR 01 E WORLD. PC'
oAcoording to a erious and interesting.
though ceotehetty and visionrM pamphlet t
published by Mr. J. W. Scott, of Toledo, vote
Ohio, the commercial center of the world is take
moving westward from London to New York, two
atd will thence continue its westward courbe to b
until it finds its permanent seat at Toledo. I1 ti
'[his prophecy is rank treason against the GriI
pretensions of Boston as the " Hub of the SerD
Universe," and if the prophet verities the old thir
proverb in failing to receive honor among his will
own people, he would do well tot to seek it add
abroad amorg the modern Athenians of the (i
Ltl'hbirt persuasion. Like most of writers all
abo go iLto tlaboraite argument and research ý ,
"for the purlwse of sustaining a theoretical pro
hill;, DMr. Scott adduces many facts that n.o
base an independent value~ and some of his rlee
sp(nlatir us are worthy of attention not be- inmt
ciuse tlhty fortify his special idea, but be- '"
cause 4hey tend to conclusions which are quite jlo
as in portant and much more reasonable. Ilis
zt aslhus t fforts to prove by statistics and cal- vas
culation, that within the next hundred years are
the ccmlruercial v.dute and activities of the in
world will have their center at Toledo, 'till a v
induce few persons to regard that proposition ave
as other than a piece of prosphetic fancy by an hai
enthusiastic Toledonian. But, at the same
time, it has its rational and practical l,earing of
in pr'intilg to thetrresistille probability that coi
within h as than a hundred years, within less pre
:lhe fifty sears, indeed, the commerce of the of
w'r.ld will fix its imperial seat in that vast tag
iasir of the North American continent which su(
is bounded east and west by the Allegh'tny Th
and the Rocky Mountains, and north and ci
south by the Great Lakes and the Guilf of tIr
Mexico. The precise locality of the nmtrop- th
oils it wouldl Ie premature to dsicirr'r,' ai't- "
ollt alloh ance for unforeseen contincenies am
attnd lallculable inflhn lctes of the f tinre s
nllt at pre ent it woull Ly no mtans I"e an f
extravagant fant'y to pre'I t that thi.s l1 tili tic
' ,ill light upI ni New Orleans; for thC re i d
everthuLtg in tie logic t ' ,01 r. 'y tt
I gist such a pr-dection, :td niothling in til ,
prI bdale swep of events to f.rtl1 It. f r
lint f Mr. Scott's ri;f .u.n. !ti n fup- I U
f,,t it f .i theory of the uli at, ,i t c(tiU tlit - th
tion of ci(ummerce 'ft Tol.di, is the 1ntu, ral,~i.l
inta use of population andu wealth in t pl;
LnitedStates thbn in lnl.:nd,1nd n th,. t"
lasin Lortlderil, on the tlret L ikt and tra- r
v ed by the i-! i vr t I t
' sit-cd hs Ic lis-sissir x tver, t; in Ip al
the Atlantic sil,pe. lire popUlation ,of tl..
country, he reu.,ar,s, low li gt r than that of 'a
the hJritish Il,nuds, in crea·,as narly tne
tints as fast as thtl latter, and in tw,.,ty s
years mill lbe seventy n:;illi'ns, . r.t rt. y
t, i. rs in Great I, itain. t' hie w." 'tL t !:
I' nite d States, ihe al<o relmark , oubiles very c
two ye,,rs, whereas in Great Britain it requires
StItty t (ars to elt" et the same increaise. A
like excess of growth in the wealth au I , lp'- At
d latin cf the t, irtArv r ufr rrdt to v, r t !:,
eastern portion of the United State ;, I ex
if ipct.. to draw to that territory the conitn, rei:r
e, nter, alter it has restedl temporarily at New of
SYork. lit why would it establish itself at r.
Toledo Mr. Scott points, in answer, to th,' T
proTluctive regions around that city yet opj n. ci
ias theiy are, to vast increase in wealth anil ill
pol iilation; to the n:tutri.l fa"iliti'~ of colin:
t11 irui tri I risp ritall.ii' iTr,.lte, byi the (It i.t
Lakes; and, strang.' as it may seem, to the I I
prrxinuity of a numr,,-r of l.t, r eitc ,
.1 1h as. ('hi ago, Milwauk",e, C('.veland ,
and ('ineinnati. It is quite needless to
consider this last reason. 1 ..rding the two i
other rcascns, it i toi ,li rclerlkcdl that th 1
apply nith i:ero force in favor of New Or- st
it l"ans than of any other city fr )i: lte great
li es to tLe G(n!f f Mexico. Tlihe riserthat,
a uhe t it was called, not extrarva,:antly by Mr. rM
'-r Calhoun, a "great inland sea." The navi- r,
'e gable waters of this river mark a coast line of tl
ry thirty thousand miles, bordered ly the mnet
1e productive regions of tile I'nited States. thi
common staport for which must sooner or
latet be near the mouth of their great river. ii
u.\t it :" at New r!cians thart th gr,.at inlia i
sia of the colxtinil(nt nmeets an iult.er seal tihe.t
-e rlht s Mexican. Central and Sout Atmerican
countries, wlhose recourec for in,'ri'ace of
both wetlh and ,opulation, ahil, *',1 nigh
[or icalctlablr., are almost virgin.
If comuand of supu riotr tatur l f ,.ilitieu s l'"
r conrnrerial traii..port.txln, comin xiii I with
or cuLtrahliy to 1rep'iondiclran c i of ia!: . ai
ist loultixnI. :ate to deter irine the irtperi dt s. It
Sof comnerce, entl if tie jlu(stin of pp en
di rance ol wallthl antl ipl.im ti1n iS 1 tid lin
ultimniately on the questlrn of pr'londerant
resources and lpossibilities in tlhose resp.icts.
t thire is a'siredly x r ths in N.:th Am, a
t- al.ich has a faircr troipect ti:tn New lti.lns
c f 1 i ri ixmieg Il si at if cotin:,'l' :' C: ..
' fl;r tl.is coimti'. nt if it for tLh oi I L
of Fra ETII,, S HY l.rs tAsA.T.-t was Oulr groOdi
p fortore last't nit to be present at the MIyv re!e
ut- ,ratiti (if the bt. Cecilia Institii te, ht d at i:gier
iall. The school is presided over by Mrs. Yeiscr.
anti to tier p" ,d taste anl c rtever lunlnrilnei
nust be attributed the very happy ma:nier ii
wli tr evertii rh c weint . ~ At S h 't 7 , 1, k
-t I the Liur eamed in a dai y hltt!e n te of whis
, we bod been made tie reciplent,) we Dresente l'
l, nursel ve at ,e naii. sanu ... ... ... .. ....
Ipretty a ireupe of fairies as ever we expect to be
- tld. Ior tLe children in tiier i, e'y dre as,
Ci ,t 1aIt, co:oreld rlbbous, : the May q ecu aioneu
I L- c in rile white.) their ia'lt:illr faces,
Iright with " wreathed nileOs.," iem.dt as very
spr.t s as evrr btt to Tiltanir's g'.'ie- say.
',ra tIw n. me;,ta aC w.tchcd the r crr.el.i'
'iC : ii., n eSi i e»"n'" · In i i t "' II !i" i ti S
ire . rc an thtir queen. Ihe !ittle lady,,. aii I on !.er
n tltr,.re, hetard fir t the eoices of her sui ects
el- raeitd in sPng to we ierle hIr t i htr tiniii.re anrt
a's tl.rn graciusly reccivid Ir m two of them I.er
<losn a d Et t r I t:r. e: h, after thi.tnkx'n tLc.i1 Ir
,ta l .,r prth reec'-, sle pror l.ed to wre'd wer;.
L'u an to use lnly at the dictat, ,f lve. Thli
en Fcur evrsoes, c.ah rtrpreaented by a far
ne, ,maiden, then n.avar:,ed to the queen and as
ry ,sured ler that le shbud bhld sway
oovr them all. sred l.umbly begged to be ac
ccocnted ter true and Ioyal suhjects. Then agaln
en tLe n!ric struck up, again the sweet chiilish
vices rose in chorus, when the queen, announcirg
ttat the time fur revelry had beRguin, the who'e
at court paired ,ff. and queen, ard a epter bearer,
and crown bearer and maids of honor, were soon
*x all whiring together in the dance. The children
Skept it up till they grew tired, when their places
ed were taken by thoee of a larger growthr,and when
ms we left the entertainment bade fair to last into
the "wee sma' hoar.."
ed AltogetIer, the affair was very agreeable; and.
as we have said gbove. it is to Mrs. Yeraser's taste
.on- that the invited gnats are indebted for a pieus
as antly spent eveningl. To the fair" queen of the
ad. hour" we make our bow, and hereby enrol our
Is. aelf amongut her most loyal and devoted serv'ots,
Sin and only humbly pray that when neat she hold?
ties, b cor it may fall to our lot to chronicl the
happy event. "
PCBSPOUEUUT Or TI M IUPEar ZNI
It seems to be by no means sure that the
vote on the impeachment articles will be Fet
taken on Saturday. Three senators are ill
two of them so ill that their recovery in time
to be present this week is extremely doubtful. I3,
If the vote be taken in the absenoe of Messrs.
Grime. and Howard there will be fifty-two
sena ors press nt, and, of these it will require
thirty-five to convict, so that seventeen votes
will suffice for acquittal--six Republicans in
addition to the eleven Democrats. A special
dispatch from Washington says that the vote rr
ll11 be further postponed, and that this delay
is considered favoraule to the President's
prospects. It is stated in addition that four
more Republican senators are now consid
tied certain to vote for acquittal. All the
intorn anon received from Washington tends
to ccntfim the growing impression that the el.
ial. eachment project is a failure.
Oft ourse, the impeachers must have can
vassed the prospects thoroughly ; and if they Mt
are satibfied that deteat is assured they will.
in all probability, never press the question to
a vote. They may, or they think they may, C.
avert the more disastrous consequences of aB
flilure by avoiding the direct issue. If they
were to, take a vote resulting in the acquittal re
of Mr. .Johnson, their position before the
countiy would be absurdly awkward. The
prestige of invincibility in the m iniprlhtin I LA
of Congress will have been lost. The audvan
tage dlosing from an uninterrupted series of
success-ful aggressituns will depart from them.
The pt 'ple w ill see that they have lost the
control of thait branch of thi. government
through which they expect to suppree
th-, aoice of the counti ; cou:rti
sicnal supremacy will no longer exist.
and ulti: the collapse of this audacious
schenme f, r -diing on all departmtents of the
garNtruin.llt in Oltltrr to make Sure of the
lntit election, the alhle fabric of ralictl
d .-poltism will fall' to pi'cas. These conse
qnenc ' art ncstailnlly foreseen to be the
it siolt ( f a direct vo.te of acquittl; anl1, there- I 5
fire, the imIpeachers will be very apt to plsd
I oe. the verd:ct iudc b tnitely, in hopes thIt
thtir adver~rites may not be able to claim a
licterl. Ne, cr before has a great party been
placId, y it', .wn atd, in so hunltiatiug a
t ti ,n. f r f rn,..liy imlpe tchtig the
1' :r t (cf1 11i'1 crimte and m i-del i'anrls;
a1t, ' aitc 1: :! .I t c vul lt rf'cml inc l:i' to b:
tac ,,t Ty it tl .-aib \ t."' of talhc p tli' IT"
lait , tie raucals shrink frm the in, L
wVI t, I v tave prepared, ii c ,avert tht,
etlt III I I - o 1 c nt, t .n, tutli':.t tri1 into the
n,t.ckt ry (i t tan exltut confesstedly con
trivl for I urtly partian plrp,,ses. Sutch a
cln;iix rc tl,tir simultted fury Iot iutlin!intion
'ttli 0.,0rCt tlhir prospects ,uito as m'ach as a
t;irt i t dt tat on the thial vote.
AGRICULIURAL ASSOCIATION IN NORTH
WV' e ltr.ut, front tlt (hta,'bita Telhraph
of t' IaI0th in.,t. the f. !ltwiig account of a
r, it acricntu'tral imes ting in that Iparish.
'Tiie spolntaneous movement thus initiated fr
Olc:'hinitti a isystet of agrictiltural societies
ill iut hits asd the s-irroundiung parish, s i
lt ai 'gci 'ant ardt cht.(ring. It l's th t
,., c.,try-. people are begiuctinin to think
i 1 , lnd to trct ht.s, over ilitic.l troi aI,!
S.::. t Ii: 1hief', a lich they c. nn, '.,cr , ::'.1 t t v
give ai more eartst anld cht e rfllt .lttiu:ti,,n at ,
it1nestions r0latin" di, tly to tit ir imateril
iite r ts, an.1 idirectly ti their social an-t
plittit..l ititert ts, nIl over ahich they 1a tv
itill txerci-e a great, if not !eci~ive., dlegr
otf c'tl'tr!. It would ie well if ail c:asses (c f
o- r I .op!le would cultivatet a clk.' -!,irit witl h
t' ,,rrl t (c\lils tlat they canlnot .tt presenit
ri C-it. atd ,cut.dits tLat arc ti.t ya t bvyonl
tl. rr rcal h.
At an iml rtnptun eetinr,' of a nut',.er of ea tle
n t, t tl ' larm et l, I. 'listlite, on Ft idav, tit
h -t., it was sugee-te I ty b rank I'. -t :hl I
S if. an as r lil.ctu tl Bsociaticl ,e estalI:'htli td
it 1it i ; lr. t t lt .itt a 1" WU d prt L tt 11 'I I I
Lr '.er i) . anid wint a view to slCh an organ./i ,l
C 1. 1 ual ,n erIt biat o those present, rea wo.teul
5' 1 In 1. L.uol *.g to act as chalirnan and .. t:.
lHi I::ar,'on as sec:reti ty. (t motion, the f,llow
'! Il llmenli were aptpointed a comrulit:ee to
a ,e'ijrc t a e rtiuit it'ti.n and rules for an ar1ir -
trl aI ss., .icai ~ lnl pr-te'nt them to an adiur,:,l
n t. etuig t be held at Mr. Jemitnn's office, in Mc
rie . on Tl.urday, Mty 1ttn, at 11 ot',wk A. \1
it wit: V. J. Q. Baker '. Tittle, J. \. f. Ihe,'q
it'-l n, J. W. 'cathoro'i h, J. Frank Par.)u, C.t.
I i. '. rr.con ,,d J. 1'. ( r,,l. y.
t It was re siolved that all I Ilntars ant other per
p(,r tl etlig an Ihti rest In the tltjercts cf th: ai'
c atin teheilsctd to ctteid te nmettg Ot Intxi
,. W. MLcCrarnie Jihn Mcl:nery a,! .'. S. Riv
were spto,:I'ttd a , oCo , ;'tt e t, ci,-:.iate a d
cnot ;utt! cliti It tl.e ci:l.
It I! gi r -',* I .b al ,,pted hy the nmoot:ng
•! nit 11,o I ' ,'' o' f 11 e II, .lph r ' MP *rl1 l-hds be
Sretit ,, ,F 1 l esta ll t-ina'ir sI l Il., a::d tco '
,.1, a'e wi . in t .e p oOT in of t'o 'in t.
J, ,. , . I.. n : CL. ' tt.
1 An Abs~inasl currespordent writes. "iav
Safter U'y ci 's COltm fromi a far ,hstace to vPitt
te shite tat~, mrta.y of whom never saw a
Sw!i lite man bi ore. Women slhretk w:i delight
<,.n 1,1,. i a, -u< h l 1re y f, 11, +'.ad lit trange
yet rclt. ott:ci..ts. Youi g girls ale curious to
f. I tl.e hite kchin of tie Imin.tghees, and cou
ct:nue to cme utnperctved near a soldier and
l v: tcubh himn. Ntked urchlins press forward
ta;n lDy, aiLd cnze WciL a, ,;'.o litotl facoC at the
strange 1orms of the nva!er-. Iotg beards and
etmc,,th fac(s are the ,elicIt, of thle women, who
e clap their I artd with iglee wh'n they catch a
glimnlso cf iLose n;in '.uot favored by the
'Yesterdcy the case of Jo. II. Itratliam vs. New
ci-.; a5L J.1t ci ai lu. to..,I. wa' .t rC lc c et t re
I the( i ti ucrt. . chrt ,na ,.i , . I; tcr o, n t.
'r r iclt, andt Jno. rD. I teteInll i for the ral r laI,
tu l Lit ag the lu'y returned a verd;ct of $ I >
dr daurt fhir Ilaitlni. tI.e, ft nt e ,o'mlltlned o'
Sas the carrying , the p,l1i5tif beyond the station
t.l: avi, !I It- sihui:id hire betn put ,ct. an i
. u.. .,,er ' r, oki:t.t l'eirCumtsia cS and agani.t
-i itc t. I la, k-,n 'c ar;n 12th.
A good e-atnetrtec can ct a:la a Ktlcii'ln b,
aicp ii g at 11t 'l.;tia street. Ire our " Wants
nh (ihAND TOUPNAMENT ASSCiATIN.
Soer Benevolent Furposes.
, 5EW" OLLEAtcs, Mcy 1" ci".
O A ';erert, Meet .g o* tie ib. ve Aesciitr nr, w I be L..d at
an Parltr v, it t h*riel Hotel. oi FrIlIDAY, llh .nt , at7.
<:,sk r T r'.e vsr ul Cou' : tcv et (, tte i As, uci'
·asI . ! . reo o Ilg Benereus Bl oeiste are respe,':' :!y re
quenred to tlnend on n se
to St s rl 'l Beys Asylum
('Chrt (t .rchl Benevoent SPciety.
tlonle of thie usid bhept erd,
Ladca' Benevolent Assecais fcr eewing Wolas.
st. JeLt Nottre Dame Asylam
is- WaIslnan 5tonwatvolet Asselatila.
le t Vihant Inctat Amyinm.
SoitiLrm Hosplntl hAsoccitel.
Bisbop Pola's Bnemvoais Assodatton.
Cb 'idreis Ut rom for Presitats Epie5ops; Charic.
&t Lsdtie Seseroient Asedeto * Lsacslas
Ce GEORGE W. DUPRE,
Fete Champetre and Grnad To@rnamnSt DR
10 JTAZ PLACI AT TIIO
FAIR GROTUNDM, A
IUEiaD AT, THE llhL IINTAT.,
AFD sDINGC OF
SATLIIDAY, ITlE 23D iNSSANr.
(len O T BFAI'REGARD .. .......... President. Re
JOHN B. HooD ...... ....... 1st Vice .
.. ('HARD TAY OR.... .... . 24 .. ..
BANDALL L. OIHI)N... ... Sd .. ben
Mr. SAMCEL SMITHt .. ....................Treasurer.
;EINERAL EXICUTIVE COMMITTEE.
('. It Bc.,mb, R. L James, Jno. Crickard,
am M ,wen, t~,, E.lhson, J. E. Asshn, not
B F. tIsheiman, Th,,s. . herldon.
relegntions from Benevolent Associations in
Charge of Games and Amusements.
LADIES' BENEVOLENT POC'ITr FOR SEWING
Mrs. ('. H. Blocomb. Preident.
Mrs J. 0. Clark, Miss Ida SIljomnb.
CHRIST CIURt'II BENIVOLENT ASSOCIATION.
T. I. Dix, Chalrrasn.
C. E. Leverich, H. A. C'lich.
WASIHIiGTON BENEVOLENT ARSOCIATION,
I F. Eshelman, Cha rmec.
A -.. I Leverich, George W. Dupre.
SO(UTHEIRN ItO-PIrAL ASSOCIATION.
t..neral J B Il' d, Chalriman,
Gen D II Maury, Mr. M. Ilarrod, Mrs. II. W. Col.uer,
LLr Wim J. McLean, Mrs. S. E. Sterling
ME ITANIc('S AGRICULTURAL FAIR ASSOCIATION.
I. N. Msras, Chairman.
C II bec:.nb, tU. A. BreauL
BITUOP POLK BENEVOLENT SOCILTY.
Mrs. G. K.au.sler, Chairman,
Mrs T Lillhps, Mrs. C. .Wead.
1I:LDRFN'S IIOME OP I' tOESTANT EI'IS, OPAL
MrS (;.,or.e S. Lacey. I're*lcent
Mrs KY.' K. etnidail, Mrs. A'fred Ke.rry
L.ADJLI IISENEVOLEN1' A0B0OI'l1IiON OF LOIISI.
M:-. ' M. I rcini ard 'resident
Mrs T le e, Mr r Ca(rl Kohn.
LEL1. GATI()ON FROM BFNEVOLENr AssOC'I.TIIONd
:N t'i ARI E ('F ALL REFRESHMENTS.
IM s V. Capdevri'e, President.
i..r S. Blang. Vice I'resident.
Mrs. Maspero, Treasurer.
ST. MARYT' BOYR' ASYUI.M.
M- ' Pr· errtn, Mr L. Mtl!arldn, M-. E. BSre:,ndcs,
r.s ,1 G LIr gham, Mrs. . R. Beard, Mrs. A. N tt.
: -- T
iHOUSE ()F G;OOD SIIE'IIEIlD.
1Sr (' Laette, C!Islrl n.
Mr A (caAnell5. Mr A. R.Iecrt, Mrs P. iornts ,
Mrs. E. .nc, Mrs. Bozrn.er.
T. IloSEPII'S NiTRE DAME ASRYLNM.
Mr M i, Brdiy, Mr. S. BIrk, Mr. bhuuakar,
M 1, M. B. B:a y, It.. U. 1 ,i' T. P
IT. 1NCL...r s INFANT ASYLUM h
Mr A : P il Its. Mr. .. dCe IFerio Mr. Ptl ('apdevil'e b
Mrs ce M,. y, M '. .Ears-:.let, .Mrs A T. Hesurelerd
A \II ' 1 IM 1'. N TS:
First Day. May 1011h.
I-(; 1-GRAND OVFIITLE, T' ocl ck r. a , at Race Se'nd
li -M I RA'E, Ick v.
- 'R ( KET 'ON'IEST--Feld
lit 4-AR, Ih EYaend i'ROtI'"T- Ft'l.
1 - . INERT and I)ANCIN(t-')ctarienal BP linlg
r, R!ND DIrI'LAY OF FIREWORKS. P a.
Secrnd Day. May 20th.
I-GRAND OVERTCTE-as ab, e.
2--11L iLE RACE.
I-A CilltY and t'RCOUET.
, GRAND PROMENADE)t ON"'FRT. DkNi'IN1 and
,t DRAMATIC ENTER'TANMIET---)I,nL '1&, uilag
;1 -GbAhD DISPLAV OF FIRENORiS.
to Third Day. MaVy e lst-Chlldoea's Day.
II -GRAND IVERTURE-a- sbose.
2-" \IISITIOT BI'l RIDERI-in Arela.
3--RAL Lt'TT--by lir'y loeng I1eMielItI.
4-'lIKs MI % ' cONTERT FR CI1AMI'IONSII'I
-AhR ilERY and (RtL ET.
C -I' R(MENAD. I E CNt e rfa nd LUi'drerns MA\ BALL.
Fourth Day. May 2t
SIA4.\D ('VERTURE--s above.
'II .LI'.E LIICAb.
d I1AE BALL.
A I' IItI1.Y a1 el CR(IQI'ET.
IRAllATO l Rl F. It'lANOE-I' O ,-tul I; .!' 4.
I 1N51EeT rnid DANs ING.
F, fth nnd Lrst Day, May -J-Touurnament
IGRA\D (,EFRTUtlE-a abovse.
l 5h \'.D TOURNAMENt
• , lrlt on ef qern of Love a"d Bn r acr~ V lde
, Ho !nor " Ilo PreI enta eon 'f rtlrei.n Areno.
ht BA E BALL, Etc
;RANSI TOU'RNAMENT BALL.
S Vs ' A: n* er to net enumeratel d ah re wi0:l tk1
ple I r,g eth Gas.
'rec l *h5L .1e 5 to be i a t ai lmes dlr'T the FesIval
GEOncof w. DUPRE,
tb 1he L.iret. ,'' ef FT. ANNA'S ASYLUM arknnwledge
ite e-,lt ,,f IIe; teen Hlundr-,! ,nd rl.-e a IDllr ~ tr ,,
I r,' S.' I'Il 1 ,) 101t pres.Is f Il. TABILEAI\
Je AIl (cNI EhT gp.n ol 'le "'I AidI f ,r ,. r i. ..1
d g' 'E" *'SyI rc ., Ia ' t I ank tr. te. Ladlie and , n'e. ..
-. . . ! · Ttr·n , ti *, · ~-. y thatt, nvi re ou, on be
lBy ,Mr .. r · c ,Prelde.t MRl. M . ', CLARKE.
nu Grr Finetl .II·X(d Tra,
S I ' , RP 'TAILI;D at 1i , pr S 51 r I, an5ir;,,1
11t '.'I d' .,v"O . ' ,vr. FI1,5 IMIIetIte[.$1 €I I". ..
ne-t1 ,I r 0s " H DIR I Sl I..r a I Seeu.t ' I Nl H1
Tt l.1 FtliLlll HBEAKF'A t.T .1 ,A )N P N 5 r
A, ,,: Al warranted to i, le ,tlifac ,...
.1. i'. PL Tr,
l''s' ,en 'e t, 'r,*r I',,vre..
Tie puIblic hershlv informed that my MAIN Of FIPE,
corner n! C'amp and . ,remIn etreo'5, IN SP T OPEN fI 'It
'ri- ,f T riS. lnd l'ertLctes n tLe Kentucky Lnottery, and
I - l.a:l endear , r t, keep it open.
T1 e otier N INE PLACES. where Tickets bare heretl re
h*en co:d, dale 0en closed by Mr. IIstond, Anrstast lCityr
A :tcrly, fIIr Iv refusinlg to pay a Gity Lienser of S) ta,'.
wr.hh i.e c. netrne is due tbe City, ad )$JO due hlr for hli
sr" ,e in a.ol;ng these onOes.
.ntice l4 be dven to thile pIub:!C wh1n thesN p : ares
Or MONIDAY, tbe 11th Ilstant, I ope a brsnc' fay
Pr da Wster, serd ad Psstry beslees. so iC Canal steet.
between Chatret street ad Exichn4e I'lace. The price of
my ,Ida Water ad Mead wt I be TIN CENTS A GLASS
ayrge gIaesr. same a at my old stand. 83 St Ch*rae street
Ill s no alcoholic beverp em the aaeU of Roffign
rep sether HUGH McCLOSKEY.
wt e Orleas. My 10, I8s
DRY GOOD!! :! DRY GOOD ":!!
1 ....................CANAL ST.................... "1
Lertavg sbortly for Euroe,. to pureba-e hie stock for naet Ct
-eown will offer FROUM THlid AY. the whole of his
FANIT and BTAELB DRY UOODi at a
Very Gre" 0redA etlr e.
Call sad see for the cheapet GOods at
E. GgIoTEL', ts
176 anl streset. ,
NIEW ORLEANS, April II, 186 il
Rev. I C. I'arptnter, 7111 Magazine street. :N
Kiy. h-ir-We, the undernigt.ed, cltllen of New Orleanss. 4M
bavnr.g observed flr *everal yeawn pet your arlo,,us and 466
benevt olent labor as a go 4d Samar tan tU this c mmuuity. and 02
adm ,it g ouor p os direread 4o pary sect or cried i the .96
t.scl arge of lour the-stable muinitr.tlons and wel knowisg 672
that your material eontribusons have been tar heyb, d the 7
,,,,dary bounds, desire to live fr y r beoedlt a PULItC
('tOh('LRr, on such evenr g as you may be pie sed to desig the
'I hoieslA A a .e. T.eoma Salo Ne
H(' res i , I r , tJ, Peibert
Wm Pike A Hrother
A, W It.e--,th, Th .,s .Anderson,
J. L Waronr, ta.. I ttrorr.
1 . Mahrks. C0 go W Hyneaun,
E.J H*rt. I, ,D,, Mayir,
It, bert Pkir, J i. lton.
hT 'f PitlP., J A Itrselman.
EK lnerre, E. tMa, elosr" .
Win Stewart, t.. r.,.ser,
K L lihs,,n, r.hatll J. Smith.
\ J. \\est G org·,. tweet,
Ilr00h Met looker, Foar ck Irwtn,
1m t rre-, H R. s-r~.
J, |,| K C.,,i" S, Edlwad Bur it%
Samtl Iast, . Q A. Ft'lwo.
ShallehP t lhl.lbre l)ovld Stewarl
E A B troire. elaue. M f. dd,
Wr HI S. lclutn, T ti' Hernod,
Jl n F Sal IF W Dee.dernsr,
F'eder: ht Wtg, George 1.h,
A A. Maoos, , Ldward Ivy,
Sil.,uob, E. A. 1l')er
B Stil e (Iu, A *ro-nc,
banli Ioueer...n, tiee W. Rice,
A W 1,,otr lr.,rgeMo .-omae,
Wm. 3 ,,, \ Wom. Mt'lutl'.r. O.
J. M i, wed. , , CBcelor, M. D.,
( i N. Isie, . A l all,
lang,u II tPelle J, . Y+,ung, J'.,
tI oo. Murrcy, S . Ilat.w,
I' K It,rlt'l.,. J N Fo<wo,,, BM. D.,
R M M,. tg',mery, . . toorthi, W
-lt ,d Th,.mplon, '. W. hwtoi,
W'lllimon nnth, Jamesl Mesdd,
otredrer a Zuberbier. Joseph ufaot.nl.
A % ',,ett, A. W tla't.
F ,rHer, wltlynl. J.ohnson Armstrosg.
S( LItl.1 1 ' lhBm c Hraoy,
(i l' Kendall,&|. ] h Breen.
'hl. *llo n,i L If c rLph.
'IhI mIsb ln*am. A Wockerborlth,
A It l...nF. Hlasey.
T. D ValHorn a.me II Winugfeld,
M. F. ignren, E . roash.
J..oeph llI. 1 u, I). 'et anaw
.1 n t' o!a k. lhemao Otknw,
' E rtlol. Albert dain. E in,W
A itnra. I. Bloom ;o , P
W '.,ep.rd, Ro,elt Hyah.e,
A L.A1',,It, Michael lern.,n,
Nwr . ,i p hitney, larmoon Doaue,
Jo-eph We.t. T. ht .loeaht
uc 1 ) Austi.in. D It Souic.,
Sr. , K Woulker, lHerman Kits.
Ilrnry F Woe, M i. D , E C Painter,
J., A t..renri..n, M S c(o,
tW ' Wbitkert, .1 Hdtro,
,.,,n,-. A. Do,r' l., Drnis l xronan,
T F earung, Samuel E M.,ore,
A II. Irotrau.o .1 O Dnl.ap,
I u DDae-,on, Wm M irant.
J.1,ln Anldersoln, Smith Brse.,
3 S Whi.sktr, D " Byerry,
,It P r PnrIe. Y.' H. W"le,,.
C-.rre L. Koulo, II. Ii Drutael
J W. Rae David Mc~uaord,
A. W. Merriam
rNxw ORx.rlns, April tI, 18k.
To Mrorar. Tiomash A. Adamsa, haroles riggl , ienry Hlull
Jr , Wm. S. Pike, A. W. Bosworts. Thomas Slno Johna
Fembartir, Samuel Smith A. Broth!er, Thomus Ander
son and e.tLers:
Getltlemien-Your letter of this date. terderlno to me a
Concert, wl raecivell thlis euveniu Tbis exprelton of y,.mr
regard, prot'l'ted by your own kinl terliouso, and o wi...ly
uOsnpeocted by me, could not take mse otllrrwis then by ear
I rall prld t i the approbation of my follow ctlsben,, hot I
hate uo wordo to expreu the emotions trll t, "-l awkeanl
It, nmy heart, n.ore than simply to say, it is fully apprecilted
Yoor reference to my pat public labor, recall, many deeply
pacifull as ull a lleasing remionsccenes. In all of th-m I
was actuated by a sense of duty, thebs perfonanee of which
wac not only a pleasure, tot wus lwaye fItll.,w.d by t pr*ent
renard iu the mneiouomsess of trying to benefit toy fellow
Gratefully accepting your kind eroposal, grntlemsn. and
respectfullly .fLestn.g WEDNESDAY EvENINU, May 21l,
as a suitalob time, I am, gentlemen,
Most respectfully yourn, etc.,
J. C. (CARPENITER.
.tIrs.. E. IfH Turuer,
110 .............. CANAL STREET ..............110
Is about hit clsig t a Beautiful Stock of Millinery and
Fancy Go'.ds, which she is selling at C()oH and IELIOW
(UST, so cheep that any one wishing to select a Bonnet,
Hat or D)re.s, areeady wade, could rot fall to be pleased with
g their prchans.
Ste ha, eito an extensive uaortment rf Spencer's Handtker+
clier', Buttrns, Trimmnngs. Rl,bbons, Flowers. Feathers, In
trut 'ape, and Embroidered ihawls and acques.
.ldie,' Underclotninl, Collars, Cnffo, Clny and Cr,chrt
Laces and Inlsertings, al to be sold CIIEAP. Call and ex
L MI: I(lO IAL ASSOCIATION,
sudlicy Church. Masy 4, 1605.
We, the Ladies residing on anrd in the vlcinity of Manassas
aRd Hud Hnn battlefields, have oslloed ourselves lit, a
. t:iy) khnown by the name of the B aNAsMAN MMUOttlIAL
Aeif'IATION, and bae ior our object the reinternlentr ,,f
the 'snflederate dead, new scttereid n groups and In Iso'teol
t Ia\oe fr Iraroy ilea, and ,tlle so,on to be ublitcraid ilb
lie ilouoghahee. We policit aid from cur sisters and brothllers
of the houth. and indeed, everywhere Were It not ,,or
[tererty, we would Lrt call ap,,lo you+ In order to, have th. tm
. c ntly laterred and Icl.os.d tu our Cemetery, solue ~At)
il be needed.
'l e., our frlerds at a alstorre l', I.oire to eonuributo
can do ,ao by addreunog our Correo.tlbdll, gseret.ary Sle
[LE M. MOIROUL, taineolvill, Prince Htllim coutlty,
MISS ANNIE M. LERWIS,
a MIKS MARY J. DO;AN,
MICol M. H. OO(MPTON,
SVice Pre "elhL.
MISS MARY E. (CUSBIN;.
de MIeS SLE M. MINRI)E,
M[S. AL1DIE S. WUH iER,
(' 'ntri., i.. · ',r tli oe a rourpots e will also be rrcelv'ri at
the ('RKi(hIL.NT OFit'lIE; iy W')HOD,. MATIIfWlt &
CO., No 93 Magasuoe stres; and by Ire. MARY J.
Poltiolff J ni~hAt,
I .A..... CAMP STREET ... .. .
Importers and Dea'ers is
Palte. Oils. WIadoew Gln. tRalred end
E;ameled lee".. Artslte' Mate. tels, etc.
POTTHOFF & KNI(;HFT,
96 Camp street, Ag',rts fIr Ifaglhh Plate lluse.
Ce'ntral ioe se, .fl-agn ofr , .aieu.
CIIARLES E. SMEDES, PROPRIErOR.
Pe nay . .... ............. ... ................ I25
1'or Week. II's
C~rotd.h .d';, . .................. Mo
re No nrlutlon from b h e TsnoermL
r J. . 5 K app,
DEN TAL 8U'R(EON,
are 15................Biereee Stree.... ............ 1b
19w Canal Strest
Preserve yoar Deeayhg Teeth if pesibi-if mot bae them
zeracted w!thbout paen, and replaed by the heat aracilel nab
stitut tbet se be prodeed.
' JFtrat Premsums PJholograph.
The PlM FRu IUM. € Daplma) lm eA ben
awmrded toW. W. WABRlIIbN, 1I Cal n raee. Mew Or
iueas. for the bet PBHOOGlAPBl inkMYIgM the 1eS'
lesn alme l'aiur hi IBI
A NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
Corner IMag O amd St. Andrew troeeDe
Over lbermaW's Dsy Goods Store.
PPOTOGRtPHL, S3 IO per doena.
AAM3ScOrTPT . 76 emts.
PORCRLAIN PIOTURES $S
And .al work gareated equal to any done in the city.
I Call and ,ee our Bptcimela.
WILEY & q RBY.
WTOLEN from the CANAL RANEK. THIS DAT, peak.
ae made up for the Southern Express Company, addreod
M. MORI(AN'S PFOS, New sork, containing FIrTT
THOURAND (SIRhOi DOLLARS It Legal Tender Notes
of One Thousand $1000) Dollars eah. All of Loeter .
and dated 10th Nark. Ir uad nimbered as follows:
.775 n. a 8069 13901 n a. a 7.3 e. N, 3Wn.s,
119 Vr. L 851 1421 n a 25960 na. L 7474 Ms.
3116 63113 15211 1tit n. a 393'7n a.
:007 a. a It)il1 U. . 16643 23415 na 33t3a.s
5. 4047 130 11731 as. r047 In. a 0lele,.
1d 4667 1o19 n. a. 16847 n s $)223 n. a 4019u.a.
id 6227 1140 18043 na. 46 n. a. 4431.a.
SNI63 n.e. 120(9 n a 19111 51l9 n. . 41Wa.ae.
t 6737 12147. n. 19195 34511 Ta. a. 4I9e.
72395 13619 n. s. 135 n.a. 8h30 n. L d4Atl . a
l bhe public are cautioned against trading for the same and
the abuve reward is offered for the recovery of the money.
New Orleans. Mareh N6,. 1. (laulhter.
1'I EiTII MI 1i PHOO1( I: \I'i!I.
Fr, m rrnd after hr HE('OND D y Or 1hY., a r ednMtlY n
,.f Twe, ty Five ler r'ent wi'l be made T nll kin.d. and size,
-t 'l o...iphb. , rken iO my ettobln h ein.t A he.r.t,,f, e, I
Sc Vews the t iy also reurd t, T rhree ,1 nrs Per
THE .. IILIENTHIAL,
1`tlh.egrapher 1I1 '"eydrrcetreet near*r'am
ROD. 94 AND 9 CANAL STREET.
Orders for Fine Jewelry, Medals and Presentation Plate
Promltly and Care'ul y Executed.
REPAIRIN IPUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO.
Watrhes repaired, adjusted and regulated by the very best
94 and 96 ('anal street
I.-'I'AT1,IISH1II) IN 1'1:.
Iue resumed bh. oes at
:911 ROYAL STREET, CORNER OF ST. PHILIP
Importer and Dealer In Drule mad Medletlae
PAINTS, OILS AND DYR STUFFS,
DIoTILLERR' and PERFL'MERII' MERCHIANDISE
ARTISTS' MATERI Lt,
D)RL (il'TH' 8t'N IFRIE.S.
bPANISII WINES and FRUlTd,
And CORKS of all q.altites and slren.
li recot rnendu hitn elf to Lis frind alnd the i.bl tc it. general.
To all Interested
CAUSE OF LIBERAL CIIRISTIANITY.
The First Congregatlonal (lUnitarian Soetoy announce to
the publlc that servtoes wI: be he'd t the haurch corner of
Mt. (harles and Julia streeto. EVERY SUNDAY, at I1L .
4 n d 7 r, a , the followitn lieArgnlqtn of clatll,:
The R.ev. HNRY t. BAI)'iHR. oi i'aombrluge, Moos.
doll The t rustee cordally inovite l Intesetd to the progrms
Sof Ihbrr.i (thrlstlamnty to lotn them latheir efforts to,. ln
itan the 'churcb
der- By orderle e Board of Trusee
CI8AS. J. LEEDS,
nfa JOHN M. (UI.D,
,,y J. Q. A. FELLOWS,
New Orleans, December IS. IP17
ste'l OF ALL 81ZES, PLAIN AND COLOKLu rtOurev.4
p Coplee o Plcturee
I Made by me befo' and dorian the war, an Ihe bah bapply
bh Inm at my Oltd Stand. 4t C:ANAL STIE.T, where I ran
s,Iw te r,,cnd doll), and shall be gladl to see my old friends
Ssd the public geerally. J . K.
and Jas. B. Thoespsoe,
IElI (I . ANT TAI I. OR,
R. NO. 150 FULTON STREET,
Roorh aide f PFurton street. few doorn east ,f Broadway
Important to Lawyers.
anet, TRI ACTS OF THE LAST LEGISLATURRt
Heldand begnn on the 8th JJnary, 1857, In the city of ew
OrIeke . r Io lawyer libeary aemplete without this vtalbld
.rbrt JAMI[B A. G~RlEHAM .
d OOBeorR.BLLNU AND STATIOQNUX
s OCAMP IBTREET,
eNpetfally alle the eteoit Id Rembe of the Ba to
) e aba v ah.eannounemeit.
The Ftrat Premeusam.
HAVANA CIGARS AND TOBAO.O;
Seoer Aleea. 3o. 185 Rampar sesre.
MANUFACTURER OP RAVANA IAARU AND
IAL IMPORTER OF OGEUIINE LEAF TOBAOCO.
rit f Ordenr for Cigars of the flnet hnavane Lea Tobco filled
, itthd til dlnawb ad strit attentoa.
.d b, oill. ( ,ars nsnurpuased by thou ef Havana at aurprisingly
er Mr Alcee took the Mrst Premntm s the Loal.saa tate
t tr fair in N.,oenlrr 1446; at the Baton Raonge ntate Far 1
.tw,,, uecember, 167 and at the Ilot ttate Fair of 1 a NeW
rlleaon--i earh instan over a bet of competitors
Ilw Rampart street, below c:anl.
4 Pest O~lcDc. Aottee
le Phe O1ne. New Orleans. Nov. 3, gg
SrVill furthe aote the isl at the New IOrloae Peat 06
1 .e cluned as follotw :
1 .Ua for Motile, Montgomery, Alanta Auusta sad O.
4. lumbts I.., lose daily at r. a.
eat MaIl for altln et toma a far Ip the rhr e s layeg
rry. Ba, ciaoses Moodays at Ir. a., s I FrldayI alt 8 A. a
Flcksburg M sita close at l . a every Tsesday sad Ihatrday
viae the River.
Iary. tle lor ieLowwereS co e ao o. a. every Tw sdayand
. Mails for ('or·.ntm cl al, 8 a I .. verOy Meay anj
Male f or A liern cole daw l 9 y $ L. .
Mails for hbatlela oa Ope)leaeo RIlroad will close da1y1, at
Mall foe Lanorebe Parisen will close on Mondays Wsdneo.
daia and Fridays. at e. U.
Lalla for Galveatoa, Brauos antagso and Brownsville,
96 Team, aloe n 7 A. . mSan lays Tnosdaya. Thandnd y
sad Saurday., vm Opeteose Rilroed.
alls fore Ousant EUlelmea Sr. a Wedase~rs am
BSaturdays, via tIhe io
tc. MSle for Northeater Teaes ad ed Ri . ie ter-weesly
To Tadday Thuarsdays end S rdnr
a. Mails r Haenu wIl be trwesdL by every vasel dlearia
for antI Port
adlle North, Zest end Wes,, eta New Ortom sad J-s-bee
alroad. e* dalily anI r. a.
Way Matll via Jreke IRaleoad close at a. a.
OR. or0rIO 5o1017.-Opea a. a,s lo I . L.
rhe DeimerF will be kept oen aut' T F. .
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