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OFF CIAL YJURNAL OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA.
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wrday morning, contains the news of the
week by telegr:aph and mail, editorials,
local matt, rs ol interest, financial and corn
.mercial summary, state of the markets and
a colh ctiin of interesting miscellaneous
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the mail, can be had at our counting-room.
We will rice.ive a linjit.ed nniuihber of adver
tisements for the Weekly, and as the palper
0irculatt a in all the surroundling States, its
value as an advertioirg mi.ltm i is very great.
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Sw kEe Su pp letr•r.
We are iunormt d by RIev. Dr. Doremni;,
gelner,l agent of the So:lthwestern Bliblo S.
ciet, tlhat l.i ,late al plicatiun f,;r ail to the
Amleric;un ible Sucraty was c rdially enter
tains d lv the ollih rs of that soci ty, and that
in additi n to a " grint " of .-i.,;, worth of
Bltles and Testamients, they cancelled the
debt due from the Southwestern Bible Society
for itctck pr lously obtained to the amount
of tlc:4i; .;. Ainoth,.r decided proof of the
liberality of the piarent society to our South
ern Cen.Iiutio ( i .
A. lHead acknowledges the receipt of a hsn l
some volume, entitled "Ihe Boouk of lhumorous
Poetry," Irmni his triend Jas. A. G;resham. l
reply, A. II. would sa: to t!.e boksller of Camp
street, in a line quuted from the above volun,-.
"You dome prold. ainddo yourself an honor: '
FAILING f01 11u biaMAN.--lhO Sttemlll;:p
Bherman, Capt. BHery, sailed last evening fr
New York diiect, ntlh a full ire:ght and the ful
lowing named passengers:
Mrs. Pertin and 2 chii Iren. Mr. N. Porrin, Mrs.
Ana ('ort, nr A d lauLhter., Mrs C. lley and ?
children. Mrs. John W. R heeler, II. l'tyrat, J.
(Carter, W. C'athey, II. S. Henderson, C. laibert,
Msi. Allamargito, J II. Clark.
Paseengers per steauim.h p Morgan, Beckett,
commander, from Brazos Santiago :
C. Munoon and lar'2", lt cast, C'. Norri,, Ferrett,
Bolut. Freeman. I'atrtell o. Ihididwl, I,--ut. PI'. r
son. Lieut. t ole, .epti-n, lady and ehilld, aRidf ird
and lady, breen, Hoe-i, lobiun, a -ld on
The attert, n if tL ttraellrg pnlteI Is called
to the advertiste nnt of Mr. T. S. Williams, gen
ral superli et d. Lt of the New t)r'eans. Jackson
and Great No: tt ern Ili road. I'art-es dev.riig 'o
go North at t! I t n.e can avail themselves of the
great riducenienteheld out, viz: " half fare," aslI
sh uald call at the ticket off:ce, under City Hotel,
before niakirg arrangements elsewhere.
BEriST i It: "Ilt>i,ltrio."-A Wasiiing
ton dispatch of the l!hi .says:
(eneral Ihtler's tralr.-i.'tnu s while at New Oir
leans ase IIb llg erunliled. hlie depuslitone tak, vi
in the care oi lir ,lIy 'a. uliler, in the New
York cir'. 19vo th, aeri reet , ted here by the lc-it.
Ilr invt ip i g (, ii t-'e. ll May, 1*l2, when
Conlederale mrlne, was current, by periaisslon of
Butler, t -r.li er, t olh el Bitler, a-re ,d to
1urchase a )r .r:e am ',t of naval St.res Ir r
Kearsy, patella it, Confe,!erate money. Lile
next day Biriier I-s.ed a procliamaiou probhitiing
the clrulatiln of Confederate mioney, which de
clined to a nonlnal value. Colonel Butler soin
fter demaind,. the delivery of the stores, and
offered Contenerate money. Kearny declined to
receive it. But er then arrested him, threatened
to aced him to Fort Jackson and c0 ili.e him I l
a ball and lain I hlie did inotr deliver Ie gto lI.
Kearny then made the delivery, and now aues fu:
A SWINoLK Nirrari Is i,; -r i.-A-.,, /,
thie ,u'ri ii, i " Fiiaist 1"'. , -so.- l Sie t. L tari
'Tunes as that en the vth of Ma. list a letter
was writaen f inm Monrroe. l.a . \- J. Il. els ii
Id.irig relit t fr the ncarving ip ref that pr.~a.
of whLt ihe hoilveua-ll is it ·y
" M Iiote, La.. May ti, I-- ..
io hils it niir i e May., r of St Ii ,
"P ,:r '- I iert-tn hi-,lo., riol i petitiorn with
h Ii-" lhat rle::I nigh riiiiin I taon.,
siedrig nIt euti: Iot h.ere ist icoilerearttl!3 .11 :,
but t,, leo g ,, - , tu -h. If yr-,g , :'-oi- it. o-- ,rc
arid .etd srd i,.' r.v-t beg yo r t :- .y ie Iei
at olre listt hle cilay sustain r- ,* itinn o,
b. tUld It , , I i s I r power, t!,r I-le' s.i ke d
baid it iti dll wa-- w It ai t i tire 1 r i-ics. I
know riot whnt li,-re 1t, say. I wa * hti i i as. a
cti runttree, - Sl-Ito r lwth ,I. 1. 4irtid-r4 aa aair
ate, l' Lv-- 1 riI i- ; !t M--K-iy l-.: .r -i ,
ira tjr- it. tli-c it it'. tes.- ,rtio ehatice lbit 1 t
serd it t, i. l Mt- l it , -. tn ,r tn ,or r it l
of a! . - ill Izo oar to reatre the stayr d trit
ie.i ri-ri i -. P i,',i - .fe ii l ri e-pary I -re
Prin!ce. as t" wa uod he teltitto. lily the LV:d
help s i Mly we ti, Ipe I -r re ter !
".ire it ly an,- prayerlul V.
I. It. NELSON.'
Scmpaery-ring this wse petlUrru, nuilero ialy
innt rin*te r'!i-if. lTe mit or mLiJreed thi It i r
to :t.e Mi- Is, i tI-" - - .e.
l Ie ~eret, liry -f hIe Meichalant Exltchnge co-
reeplil.deld wln JUodge lii-hardslln, if New (i.
lears. t n tie el-:e-t wi-i wrote back that the
per ple ILere crit in a I rlnlrltiing coindilirn, -i d
pertic'ly tree r to -tarnati-n tr - >verry. A, -
CoDililii ' rg 1l-" -i' er a.e aln Iirii e It-urn thi
Montlor (la l , l -t :Iri-tcir of the il.dvlllnIrn te
while villte. at,-) ,-i tltid that hIl,' |lluih -
()Ou'rhii'a "v I. ,e it I.e rio : st ill the ttate. an I
with le. d .el.t ,- ' tL i t .1:. v otter portion f
Yeterdnvy ( ,-,ic Ii. V -Zin rrnt a r. te to t;,
,i or u ir si ,v-t - . , i .. - - n:: .r i-i 5 , - pub c
in rCder tilt ti t.r ct -Zt:l Ilii? Lave ieing vi.
A cn ti'T-i.at ati L -i1 are!u ily trined ip his
etlli t il t1 ir ) Il e slillltn C o, so') that w iv i,
wilfe wo - tree:tr he night not depart rorn t.
erit . :. w th a i < x 'l ke' t-r the theater to . y-,,, g
lady. I c e*rtaint rerirned when the Rgent rT:li,t
sad Uls at'e were at dinrt r. He bad, of course.
been to i, in ai r g a-scl ra to certatno k.nrd f
qua sit-r.e, t hvl :-,ue :i t:lnascline for the teni
nine prortiur it .1 eC i;:- ,:-f t,:e ladly.
" hid yIu ste L' -t std the gentlemIan, gi Cisg
him the cue.
" Ys. air, ' rT-plnd tl e servant. " ,e said ii d
go w lth a great deal of I icasrc, aad thiat he'ld a
for iuii. arr.
" - hat was he doing ' " asked the wife earn
-' lie was putting olr hia bonet, wras the re.
Lhere was " fat in the fir " itilmediately.
IriUIRI t \ ITi, i lIe mrulu 1c is lke a Lol.e I-i
let. loIwever priy ' t nmay be externa'!y. it :
inpopsble to judte of ie mreriae until yu hat
setO the inside. If behi-id the ruby doors there
are plenty of pearl white tit'ures,, you will ex
claiml at once. "how bealltul:" To impara the
titniet p(silble brhi.iaanc:. there ia nothing lie
fraglrant 8bo dout.
THE CITY iLECTION.
We publish, in this morning's CsrEWtr, a
very important correspondence between Judge
Whitaker and Colonel Johnson, the assistant
secretary of civil affairs. Judge Whitaker in
quircs the views of the district commander
respecting the effect of General Grant's in
structions on the municipal elections, and
especially on the legal proceedings taken by
ex-Mayor Heath against Mayor Conway.
General Buchanan replies, through the assis
tant secretary, that the writ of 'tso c itrrsrdo,
in this case, will not be allowed to take its
course; because, if the decision should be
favorable to the relatar, it would involve an
attempt to disregard the orders of the district
commander, and would be a defiance of the
actsof Congress. Moreover, even if it should
be decided that Mayor C nway was not
elected in accordance with law, Mayor Heath
would not, thereby, acquire any right to the
office. His title was based on a military
order, and lapses the moment that the military
authority withdraws its support from him.
bIy naming a successor. It is hard
to see, indeed, on what ground Mayor
IHeath founded h.s claim to repossess
the mayoralty. IIe certainly should be the
last man to question the right of the district
commander to remove and to appoint a mayor
of New Orleans. Except by Gen. Sheridan's
order be would never hase held the office;
and, apart from that order, he never had any
title to it. At this moment any other citizen
of New Orleans has just as mach right as
Mayor Heath to lay claim to the mayoralty.
He was not a candldate for the office; he
never received a vote for it. and h- has been
removed by the power that appointed him.
We presume that Gen. Bnch.nan's action
will settle the controversy ;,t once, an I
relieve the court from the new" sity of
deciding that Mayor Heath had en
gaged in what might very ippropliteily be
called a wild goose chase.
IHE BASIS OF ANTI-RADICAL OROANI
Slie heiart of the difficulty encon.tered by
Southerners, cnbtlvatilves and Democrats,
when they look for available ground on which
to fight together against the common radical
enemy, lies in the question of what are the
accomplished facts of the situation. Let
them agree upon this point, and they will
know precisely where they can, without vio
lence to plrincipIle, and in obedience to the
Ligltst expediency, take their stand. It will
not do to oppose to the urgency of finuding
such a basis lor practical and efli 'ient co
opelration the idea that principle has a
;itality of its own, uwhich is entirely inde
pcndtnt of acconll,haiad facts, and of active
or ctential farcees. The truth is that, as
r, gards political and social questions, every
Sital principle, every princille which is cone
qu ntial in its nature. capable of visible and
contrete ,existencc, and distined to play an
e-e utial part in human history, must hive its
foundation in actual contituons, and must be
identical with some force developed from
these conditions. It is as absurd to talk
about a living principle separated from facts
as it would be to tah: about the existence of
astroncmy without the celestial bodies, of
mechanical laws without matter, of geometry
without srace, of arithmetic without units.
less to assert and enforce, such a thing as au
;.1 ,,olute and self-determined principle.
I'ride of intellect, pride of theory, pride ,f
sentiment, are prone to rev,,lt against the
humiliation of this truth. Fanaticism, the
nil st pernicious and disastrous which have
aillict(d mankind, could always be resolved,
under ls3 cholugical nabul is, into a desperate
etflrt of the Lunman mind to set itself above
nature aitd above Proc idfnce. The begin
ning of wisdom is an humble recognition of
the inp,l'sslilities which fence around all
human hsilues and contrivances. The states
manship which does not c ululnence there is
i docnd to c' ltusi,,n and di..1 ter. Menu go
mad whin they cease to admit .nl to realrzve
that, whether they attempt to move forward
without pause or divergence, or to stand
in movalte where they are, they will under
Stake what it is leyond human power to
r It is not difficult to alplly these general ri
ti cticns to the problem ft a seounl, .tatesmn:
like andi avaiilable lbasis of organizati n fir tih
opplonents, in all pari: ts of the c'untry, to th,
radical faction. All that is necessary fir re
moving oblstacles to the attainment of such a
basis is to dlistinguish Ibetween accomplli-h .l
Ncts, a-l: thl r--ahltractly considerd--go,)l
or lad. whi.h are practically bleyoud dlijiti.
and questiuns which are still, for practical
Silrp.es, within the rane of argument -.:il
t t' it. \mong Democratic sipeikers anl
t lolt rs tlh, r ariTe' solme vwh) ajje ar to atssllP
tItt the Sl;ti rui'rn oltp in ts of r;ahical,' ii
art. hncaTlelu ,f mn.ting this ditsctina.
'Ihry alTpl::r to, think tht it thi, S " i''. :
vilat s ire -o r siliite in ti,.ir cr·nstanni t,
ideas v hi.ehl have no lin,'er iany rch vancy t
facts, that they are prepared to clig t, th,'
idias to the extremity iif sa.crli:ing th5in
selsi andl their section on the altar of a per
fectly abstract and irreluvazt consistency.
Such a notion is not less disparaging to the
hltritismi than to tho iumt lictsncc of th.
r p.,l to ,honm it t fers. Gnutl, men, you
Sgr"etly ieistake. The Southeirners h te, failel
;n ti.. Ir struggle for indeletndilence, li t terri
bly, to be sure, even btyond that failure ; buit
. u are not as yet auth,'rized by events to de
caire t.at lthey crown, tie clitiax f ttl ir
ltssi s by bsing their braint. A ~nin tuty I,'
a true, cC.'hstetnt and patriotic Suthrni r
w itliiut exhiiiting indnlitlable isymptoms ef
hkn.wy or ifltcy. N, n.<a have a nwre
tb, r,.u.h strae of the chanoes wrou,:ht I,v
ar. of the tfacts and farces, the possibilitite
cd ii,l.sitiltis.s of the a.nual situ iti,.
tLan the majority ~f those who staked to, t
htavily on the C'onfederate cause,. and wh,
ho t st large!ly by its miscarriage.
II :ing struggled mnianfully but vainly for
cert i: ide: ,nd institutions, no one is 1,,-.
dis osed than the whole-souled Southerner to
look flicts as they are bravely in the face, an,
to resign to champions of those ideas and i;:
stitutions who did not lift a linger in the ir
tel:alf, when it wans possible to stand by thei'i
in the crisis of war, the whole glory of vanl-.
cating them, now that they have no long.r
substtnrce or basis in the actual situation.
with a :,ne frenzy ou abstraction which is nt
only foreign t, the exigent needs, but obstruct
ive to the practical reforms of the hour. T::e
anti-radiecal combination must look for thci,
Swiapons and their watebwordls in the area of
Saccemplist ed fa~cts if they are to make a vic
atorions camp:aign. It is only by so doing that
they may attack the ralical e~nemy where I
he is most assailable, and, carrying the war
into Africa-with African reinforcements per
chance-may strike down that hideous power ,
it his last stronghold.
EDITOIeAL PR AIEAIPrS. E]TO.
Tharks to the officers of the steamer Morgan.
More than 80,000 Free Masons are reported in
New ' ork city.
The Bt. Louis police are " hunting the tiger"
with destructive intentions.
Beverdy Johnson, Jr., will be secretary of lega
tion to Li-ndon.
We were favored with another agreeable rain
Crape and lace neckties of various c )lors are
now beconing very fashionable for gentlemen.
A daughter of Horace Greeley belongs to the
The ex gardener of King William, at Berlin, is
now employed upon the grounds of a Mr. Huff, at
'I le Homer Iliad alludes to a contemporary as
" the bedgeheg fug'eman of the tory bugle around
on the brick corner."
In Chicago, on the 17th, the Germans were wild
with excitement over the Sangertest. The city
was decorated in a most elegant manner.
A half witted white fellow proposed marriage
to a mulatto girl near Nashville, whereupon she
broke his jaw with a hoe.
Franklin Pierce is the only ex-president of the
Uri'ed S'ates now living -(Mobile Tribune.
There is one (Fid-) more.
T'he Baton lRouge Advocate snggests to Western
beet growers to invest in genuine sugar producing
lands in Louilana.
Bishop Eastburn has resigned the rectorship of
Trinity Church, in Boston, havin. filled the fil :e
nearly twtitty ix years.
An embroidered silk robe, which once belongE, I
to Milie Antoinette. is on exhibition and for sale
in New York.
A uriter in the Pevolntion estimates the num
her of wornel of ill-fame in New York city at
The telegraph irforms us that Henry A. Wise
lard ('litf Justice Chase visited the African
'Church in Richmond together and heard divine
Mas!ni Qrttavia Walton Le Vert has quite re
civtetd rol tIt severe accident she received at
Niagara las: summer, and ia now ab.e to go into
Brevet i. tetenant Colonel P. L. Monteomery,
con.marditu the troti s e'ationed tt Point loabel,
was killed on the loth by the accidental discharg •
ef a pistol which he was examiu;ng.
Col. Dluple, formerly connected with the Me:n
puis Avalat:che. Bulletin arind other Southern pi
peru. has become attached ed:torially to the "t.
Li uis Times.
I he ( linese amhasiadors at \\ahingctn apo e
Sunrday in smoking (oplum quietly in their ro,P, .
Minister Bturligame, betuing a Christian, rode oiut
in a tor bor'e carr-age.
There is a dangero us hole in the bridge crossing
the Washireton \venue drive ah:but mliway. It
will probaty not be i overed uit:l the city has a
rcuod lbi' of dimages to pay.
The hl od stained planks taken from the spot in
Ottawa where I)'.\rcy McGee filt, have been
burnt, and tl.e as-bes sent to Montreal, to be de
pr sited in lis grave.
I he tlevotions of a Methodist prayer meeting in
New Yorl. an evenirg or two since, were dis
tn be d by a brother's coat taking tire from a lighted
pipe placed carelessly in his pcoket. He left the
room hurriedly in a blaze of glory, which re.
quired a large pa-l of water to extinguish.
Gen. Butler's portrait adorns the last number
of the Magazine Illustr,3. The portrait represents
a fine looking man with huge whiskers, and clad
in a gold-enthroidered uniform. He has a pair of
large eyes that do not squint at all, and in his
hand he holds aTurkish saber.
vog 1aaguter use U..C . o ,. '-oric.-!t Ix.
It is quite time for it to commence it New Or
leans. The city is overrun with curs con~umnig
the substatce eit the p, or, and rendering it haz
ardous to 1 fe to proceed through the streets on
horseback. Briug forth your poisoned sausages,
0 i olicemen
( Larles Dickens has arrive I in Paris to super.
intend the last relearsal of his drama "L'Abime,"'
at the V\audeiil'e. It will be produced on Situr
Sdy, te 't'l.h. Great expense has been gone to
in mo, tit: g the piece. Ti view ot Mount St.
Be :card is -aid to be one of the fiuest scenic elects
that has been produced on the Patris stage.
At pre-" nt says a Wasuttingto ertter, G;eneral
S,!u'lr Las I-a-sed the e ithet "terrible :' he is
simnply amusing. Nobody has any fear or atni
ration for hint longer. Ile is a WasLngt,)u town
character merely. like Beau Hickman. John Ml.i
gun, or Joanes, the white horse of the secretary
We are indebted to C. II. Mouton & Co., cot
ton factors a: ] cimmission meret.ants at l
Com'nim n street, tor several luxuriantcotton stalks
fim the liantations of Cow Brother- and V.it
rnien I.b horde, of A voyellee parish. They are ,f
v .trouus and Ltadiiy giwthil and ab iuo 1 w tt
b o0n1s and bol; s. nue of the latter beingi of :'i
usual size fur tL se~ason. They show no .:gis of
up redatiohs by wotrms.
We learn that bIr. Henry T. Broke, fr -o
l tig a ! .C d ,, t ,ed w: h the cely presa, a-: I
i b, w e detV-otioh , ,i ty ll t cIrests Is bso well ki)iw ,
S l, rS I- t IlL, lI is i i t telt an ine.timable chri -
',i r i I its Ilie t ry, ii a cat.dldate to the pl ,e .,,
tu-t dian oul the city archlvis.a A miore ciiup'
S tent illtan 'illid Lot be selected, nor one wi-ei'
tit t;I sr De sit i ti au-d as d pa t e~ic 'l--mnlout so
I weii h it L tr tol5 I, a po-ition.--[l c.- , cie.
It givs us p.leasure to indorse tile above and
I to add our testin.uoty to the rare rlalihicainos of
Mr. llrooke for the pooiiu alti-led to.
I ntt ttti-tcd to you a sluet time since that Al
cx , ter lttihrs ¶ , toinler contrat to t'l itiOn to
lttutlte tlii t'ext witer Ii tile Iuiiiited ta;rs, I
saw the litten engagelnent, b it tie e waes a
callue in It whit'h met mted t, irie at the time as
Ikeiy to intterlere with ito tultllmreat. In the lie.t
pararagrallh Dunias stipulated that in cu- of l.
healthi, att.-etd by his phy-I-laus, he might post
oiLe his departiare for America till next )ear.
That ,pportunity has been affrded him. In su
.nerinteldit g tne rehearisal if tti ne ploy. " l.a
(,n-ti .ei de ( anlllt, .'' the itlher lay. be fell
aLo buroke one of l.s r:l.-.- li'rirt letter.
1An:eha lIloward, if crosby street, New York
adclrttsee in the llamblurg patlers for " three we I
educated )out g goverlteso-e if agreeable appear
ance. Crosby street, New York, Is not a go -d
Ilaice ftr " y oung governeeses of agreeable ai.
Sl,-artsnce" to go to. 'the phianthropic Am.n:4
Howard re(luires all applications to be acconup i.
nied by the photographs of the yong ladles. It
f is di ubtless, one oi the countless trick- lby whL h
good okit:g Ge(trlnan t riaS are inveigled to the
hauntas ol vice in New York and other American
"I stall have a pile 'o spend on the canvass.
(tugr irgallzaion is cntitle e. Tue liRoub::ca is
t iae ba !ed theom.lvel- by n >miniatig -ix im inths
tet, rtehatid. It I"~ i eX r3 in inhls age of tel'
praih (;rant will stik in the nostr l of the
peopl'e bheftre three mouths. What we want t
Sdo is to p, stpone action in July to ():t ther. Tha'
i s ath tie di-contented 'ine to rally round our
Y" i trn cat diate--greenhacke, eight hour labI r.
.\n.e.i at. ILdustry aBtd IrlJh natuonali:y. As I
cald o. you then I eay now. My suetes Is )itrt
-uccees. You better talk wI;tt. Belmont. ohake
hands cor fiebht -jot as they shoose.'
,e- rye r·Te cl Trslut to the tew .'srk i' *..
It is ren:atkable that Gem Butler had very
Sn, art bt n a Chinaman. A triend of mile, pal
it g a vist ti, ;ion. Butler some time ag-, was re
g-l d by Inm auith a runmance opon Chinas. "aiii
r tars ago, sntl (;en. Butler, "I had resolved o
en ierate to (h na. The vast number of peop'e
t ere', their antiquity, endurance, pa'i~tnie an
pt hlii epirit had long been admired and bthrough
;i etudtd by me. I conceived that the rate his I
gi at destiies,, if proper y muartialed and do ,t
p .uld. I elev(d that I could make headway
atr, rg th nm and rise to distinction. it seemed to
f te a great ilenmng for a smart man. Cir u:n
s'ances Interter d,. I ould not get olf. But if I
I, '. Ite e teti y if China might have been dir
sI.t '."- [ 4 ashilgton letter.
.l I.neg.j it letilsvt.
THE M Y.,RALTY.
The Quo Wa.Mto Writ Not in Ader.
GEN. B.CHANAN WILL NOT ALLOW IT TO TAKE
The following oorrespondence between Gen.
Buthanan and Judge Whitaker, counsel fr ex
Mayor Heath, probably settles the questlon of
the disputed mayoralty :
37 Csir BTTErr, New ORLEANS,
June 19, lb. i
Gen,eral-i-n your order of yesterda3's date,
eovering a dispatch from Brevet Major B. B.
Kee'er of same date, which dispatch says "your
action with reference to municipal affair his ap
proved" [by G(en. Gract], you say "it is expected
that the contents of this dispatch will be respected
by all t oucerned."
I have the honor to request you to Inform me
wLettler said oriers affect the pending proceed
rng ii the Sixth District Court of New Orleans,
entitlea " the State of Louisiana, ex. rel. E.
Beath, vs. John IR. Conway," and if so, how far
it affects that proceeding ? In other words, will
the quo crarroaa,o be allowed to take its courr-'
bet(-re the court, sod if the relator in the case
should he successful therein would le be permit
ted to resume plosse:-iou of the mayoralty of this
As this matter comes up for trial to-morrow,
Sou will cnfer a favor by replying at your
eaa ilest convenience.
Li-ave the lhoa. r to be, general, very respect
fully. 3 .ur obedieut servant,
.T. P. WrlITAKKR.
P1F ee ~a..,r 'On Bt ch~e .\ n, c ^:::..:. i,ng tipf i. mi:t:a-y
diaU.L et. e , oew Orlarbr , La
ItrAIuiArTrEaE FIaTIr MIt.rTatrt DroTeriT,
(flhae if -ecratiry for Civil Alt irs,
New Orleaue, La., June 19, loi.
J S \, :.kr, Cew, (Irlean. La :
.- ir, satswer ito your communication of this
dJ.,e Ill a irect d to itolulul )oi that the writ of
",r,,' , !,~a in the l ;ie of .. lH,'ath versun CaL,,
wan , lI ,t-l re the sniih I r tri t Court. is ni t a
proptr proceedilnc, and wial not be allowed to
Itne Its a , e r et. allter the authl,,,ty v, edl in the
brevat major teneral c, nmmandirtg, by the re
t, WIetl u t lai ., the result of auch writ, If i
eatlable to the re lator, would practie aily aninoutlit
to blatting, for as he was a military alppoiu'ee anl
not a cat d!iate tar 'he a fli -e, he has n- grouidr
Up, n aI., i to lare his --I irn. Thlis writ will ibe
li. i wed r y in costs where ', r piartie4 w,.r.
ait r- fr t he sate a llice, and iotn only to
deterl ie, Iy niaei-' of the jJudi-ltr V, wha hie it
niut Ibe t me t iluve-tigate himself- tie correct
e- n t lf le rn,-uras tol . -a v,,-Sn La-1.
Sllri araner ann, ,aring ttt. eleatun of a person to
anr ml e was Lanad oi tl.e idea lhat the returns
show td the unmber ol legal votes cant. Tlose
rt ,rl e t si procv l belore the coairt to be er' a
I e. iu it. tlat particular. tie order w as base I ,on
Inc, rl et i't. Iriation, anr d will be considere 1 ia
orrt cted Ily iIe decle iol ot the ,-iurt. The ques
a it his ti ght to asene the tlders already i.siaeI
I) im In ,r-latiaon to the late a' c tlions, I -0
p aaia ,, aitla i by the rc, Lstru. ti I- i l ws theii
a, Ivs, thle' any -paelie, of attempt to disreair i
,iI Ii ita re -T notrl ing less than sett:nag at deli iu,-e
the a. 1- t, ('C . greys.
T his, tl.e br'vet rtajlr general com'iin-ling sin
h( it a) pIes will not Ib attempted by individu Lit,
ill a i-,nguITlar aor ca(-mibal ed capacaity.
V. ry re-pectfuil) , your ob-d elt servant,
Braesi L:eut , ". . ". A A A . Secrc'tary ', i A:..re.
WaIl Ir et
Etr. C(I.rSCENT-I Plerceive in the diciiiiiou
of the ,iiuaraniihi:e lquttiol tLhat yolr coat -.l:
I orari ,s ait I:.1 trLtr r c rtle l'indl ut .s aalmiit th'
pIrtu i-es tL;t Ilttler's quarala tie and sa.ti
t;ir Inmeraiire a', keep out y,-li ,w fvr frito
this city, all c inferentially adltit the c il
lubicn that ait rigorous ilpiarautllne wil hal ve a
lhkl (fl'ct in t1:,. future.
1;':t t!, qiuesticrn remains, wtas there not
aellaa fiver ill the city inepti b muic phase dur.
nt ,' Fe dr rl rl ccutpattiotl If .tit wh.at was t:,-'
it aninlg o(f the great u:inher of night buri it,
S ulr:rin t!hat tim,, litnd hat was the disease
a hich carried f fr o .. n, .. , of , lt - ', b J i- n
tlue. utna0 which the soldiers cdlcl ' tmai,
fever," from the fact that the p.Ittrnts vomited
ia dark substance, which looked like black
Many of our "old women" rciidlents, who
had oppoltutiities f,-r olbserving aid luaknmar
atouirias, tit clara- their belief that ell. w fever
was ael pirevalent dltrin "ocu'lpaitlon," con
,ide'lieg I, ,t;lat, n. :ist at a ln 1 a-t atis tiar'.
1 1~il LII.
(IRANT T AT \re I'olar.-- le appLared. as on
the pirevious (verlni, in a suit of pl an blalck; liI
shirt tra iat and vtst "sagging"l'r an the slight
stoao :a hi- la tuiier-: als mannier is quiet, ha
t\e, as watch'll andl hias aa' as tl.aV -is tr(hy
usuna -V are. 1.Le genlieral has an ulldeniat,lly
I cail" a 6,king -ice. to wl,ah. iu rtiCerL (I
w latever Uo al Itellectual cast there is ab )ut ,t.
- t w ' rt of Lais )oitraitL do) more than jitl e.
H - tad a, nly Xi'n and the 3ellouvwih ir:owin tia's
iof his Przz e.d heard, III . so to sp,.ak, with ciIue
an 11i. r. . Il, i,,(ig an ettect (quite wretaaaed. N ,r
Ia l is , \ aiere-arn, at its lbea'St. calculated to ra -
sure hle ati hol!d r. Iti much talkaldI ~ retacen. 'e
al l).ai ,) ti niean o ii e l the reserve of a ca u!ll,
dis.iii ra I o ale, t gerirleaai-an. It re-earaal,'s, rataa r,
tha I cllirl,ltP'y. petit with the awkward self cOr,
, hi .a si a t ,c ( Cati lIi I exlt iiara e aol Ittri -
.tit'aa trail a laor a groat lan, tlenu. (irant Is
hOt ai a IA- ii arina.
As e n'C.i, aon the ,tatzza of the II atl ttiia f )ar
n, ari m ir tIar l-rae yaiaaing uli -er whII ta il beD
prr- ha. y ina'taa- ti lua i-aiket a a vai I r
rca i I a . aSr d lde, itat-, to aplari, cia the ga-n
era n Ia sal .te aia. Irt vdoaaa)! ltala rt ll-'- bhr-i-. I
i- ' ela ' (I ei-rvlallail tta b toe ; tior i Iave
be'.an ti d that. eli a rer a-ionl a- i"' alala he sim'nly
d,,I ier , !i i fi .ra the i ,-lh ,r au ar Id dttarir
plae-atra'iiara wl. at a-v-riI a.a)",g 'law d' e
i '""r nlauR" t!e ai C nltrt r,,- ,;rnent ha, R -
-l'air a pA l aL a a-i i'lrn. ia-I nlraat ti i)rauar
i el I r rd , Ir i h f ailt Ir i r 1 'ea. tic riay h)r
J era a ai,. a iaaa.i ha- ,, t , -ir i- r ta -',n iart- e
ElCUT;llt INO THE aKIN AYD CMi'LEXIiN.
PHAL)ON'8 ' Paphlia L.tion " remva 'Ias E91'P.
TaLONti, ai'P. KtLE4. Vi'- LEn. Mufi - BLui ni-I-b.
TAN, eta a d eI d i i 'ak - a . i f' , i r ·i ;I .
, r lh, a ILa ia Nor-ery 't i . lvh-lul fr ;fl-aioana n
a af'r -in al n- rat Lai- I, n l. r 'ari, Laa Ln o1n.ui ia s -riT
r l ' , ia a ia, a ,Lp' a o a he f e, (·r y ,t
' 'r A ( c .rt.-na raa'ika, 'au-L anla, Drat.a *
S Ilalf Fare . Ial" Fare !
TiS NE.W Y')O K.
S 'a-rtlis - , '-- rattaerd t'n GRFAT N'.TIONAL
t1 I t ( a aAi" (n~NVEaTION, tin be held in the c;ty o
aew Varag Jal 4-Lcan . urchalse tkete at IAL'Y aRciE
ly c mny t nl'.r kceti fices ' the Naew rlerrs, Jikkon
r r i6 ,rrst i rthe. n :rai , i d a uder the ta'i y lia.a el.
Tlcketniag, a ir, Pn Jai r i ,L Jti 21J.
T. S. WtIiAM',
( rearl 'u; •,, : .dea .
ED WARE aGeneral Taaket Ac.nt
We te n nLder-raared Parsengere on tte Iteamnrer MORaiAN,
ofiti.e a - re. La -e t-ria a atsr Sarni.io arid aoi na a..
Telag, to New a raca-. L a, fee it a d.ty we owe to the
tIarre~:r 'ia u - t, ' art rt taino ny tI t'e fie ct ta it it nI i
, t..om, if ever, -nl n a' our ot to ae pa.c-d under th- care ,of
n e~ Pe int and araaeacera h:n dartng aur trip rpon Lm e
Mi Fi.AN icrlt 'm S I*cetr and Parder -s:a . 1a
SIDecker erpecm:1y deaerve and mIt circia!ly recelves our
ar, nkI fr ttlr unrethaittgl e-,rts to make our voynge
cra nr't a e ard perarnt
'I t Agrent. a' ,I.e Mrgarn I Ine ai.era-e the canrmmandati ,n
of the Putbi, fIr tl.e ni-d,., ·aaa.I .cmen t 41di-plae in t1.hs
s, e. tin Sit effl :eut at-icnrs
Mrn "Ia'rtN.. J M. FREEWA.,
Mrs. a II.LaKaL. W D. MU.abON,
B NAlIDFriRDandtldy, T RI.AST.
JAq BoLDOWIN, WILLIAM NORRIS,
Mras M'as(U , W at PAIRTLLi.
Li--.' .ETtEftON,U 8 5. A JahYlL B. COIL,
THIS IS THR BEST DISINFECTANT KNOWN.
Eeeesmmelded ThrelghetS the ISleatle ie
AND BT THE BOARD OF REALTH OF TrIS CITY.
Which thefellowing Certificate prove. vis:
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF HEALTB,
lre * O,'eaon, August 21.187. 5
I do hereby certify that. at a meettag of ti Board, he'd
on thie a vntnng ul tie 13th intrn., the ommittoIte o Heaitth
rr.potdCARIOCLt ACIDs. the B'SPI DIS8IFBOIANMT
and recono mended P tvE A tO AS O the batR preparati o of
AC bam.e in tie nauket.
e EO. WM DIRMVTER M D.
Secret .ry Board of Ilelth.
Ti..e rderniaed are now prepared to spply
PAQE a CO 'S CArBOLIC ACID.
As they have spared no expease to eonstru, t and put Into
opera lnI alptratus to |rt.oueo an artsl to unoquiale by atno
mtL.utactnl rePl In the cw tril y i, od can ano d to tall at ,lh
prtt, a a will p ..e I wliten the me nn of the poorest tueualor
oi Ihse.tmnnlttty Tia virtue. of t':AROLiU itC:lU .re
Sof on nied it. ts diatltectaat propettih , alone. lt ts hghly
exitlied s an
EXTERMINATOR OF VERMIN,
Such as Chlir he., Ro.t'es and Mhrs. In the Hen IIooae
iau. ot board ,t blup It i, lad'spenitble,
The Cost is Small--Its Merits Great.
TRY IT AT ONCE.
WE WILL ABIDE BY THE FIt BLIC VERDICT.
PAGE & CO.,
N 9 ti'amp at eet
Look at These Pricts
AND THIEN 'ALL AND LOOK Ar OUta TEAM. Imterial
$1.S to $1 t0; Aness $1 6U tr r pound: $lapowdor $Bl . oneot
I9 .: er ptiould i(), ot $1 tlel 20, fluet tl ) per p.. in .
Uncoultred Japan. IngCm.. Bre.ktat and MixLd Teoa (reeno
and Black $1 25, fineet $1 5i per pound
J. W. IPL.ATT & CO.,
'orner Camp ad Po)dre it e.ts.
Impertant to Trar ler's.
DELIE ATI F' an"ii i'iTt( R to to' NATIOnA F.DEl
(t' t ATIt' t ..\rta I'It10%. t, ..-. held to the C y('ty t N.
, t, I 't tI ., " t, .. . tI, t. . At .oAL tE . , R, ., I,
to ! ..t ,It."ts . t .. Nr. (trl an., Jac ohn aud Uise t
ILI, rt utc hut tti.t.e d r's -at +,
f. s. WV i1T.Tt',
T ; ,Ai r.tal Su.pcrlntende,.t.
. \t rd.
I Ferehy infonrm myv 'usto',tert and the M, ,rfcal Pt'u,
that I have "e, t.rt. i' e servit e , 1r E RhFt IR e. It. LA\\
IL.A La. ,ten c 1i: e d ,tit' tL.' music b ,ta 'a,. of, th..th
fr t e 'ta-t htinen ears. AIr. Law till have charge ou tih
Jlub.c Depattuel .t .'f nmy establhh t rent.
12o C nai.tl ,trret
P. ',. it, t" t',e iabo,re ar,! ' Mr I. (ti iew.ald, I shall 'it
he]t"> t · it-3 , "rT d'IS 'I'd tac'.,tI lance, and restpeItfuI ly
GEi). H. LAW.
I'I ITALI.E I.li'E INS:t IN('E CO)MPAN'Y
-1 II tHi.-4
No Extra Rates for Nuothern Resldeece
', t.:- .. v r ,'w as f n (' "p . One third C(ereit "n
' ,tt ( 'Flt 1. lil2t' t AL Ttl- FT.
C'arpet N areflnaese,
Ib.... ......... .CHARTREIL $iTRIET................ ;
A. BROUNtBEAU A CO importers, offer es co p; N
i AKPETINts - I.nglist alid A"erhni.a ot a'i I'uds, to,
turoltunr and eantel OIL ('Lt)HIt; ATI'TIN-5 ro'l
i''hina, lit piece i,,o;i WINDtI SNIADE .tI. T'.'e at
"ano Clovers' I -tomb t'!oth-DUntget, Liner a:d Pe't; cu .
mine-Lac. *.erpn Wonited, DarD,,,k etc Plr,,itnre no..
Ing--Latn and C'othti. strtted: (lrsleas Bande. iusa, at.,
Fure, SparklitIg Ice ('old Soda,
\I' (I. K SENiEN, lit AD')N,
BLLE 1. K and HARAIOUA WATE .8,
icu draughot at ail uei oti
S. HI ATING V .
o.mrner Felh'it a*,Ei Magazine t:retst
F"" t C, " t r',. r ry r., Ir. kr ,.l :, . ..re*d.
Jas. B. ThLompson,
AI I": It Ct I A N T T A I IO It.,
no. eto Assuo.uwu. C'orner of Eigh b street,
Louttisana State S&ntanary.
T'er ('IOSTNT4 EF'ERF'T4Pq of thin .ltit.ti'n w:'i h ke
plise WEDNFiDA", the 21,1. itc'. The Ansual Adlr.s
.d. it de.tlere ity tiEN HARKY T. I1 4YS.
An Ad! r"s, ll ,:,,. 'ie made by Dr. S. O. SCR[I'i'S,. ,f
tl:e BOrid of b! peryt.or-,
lte colttert ',,r tse I'rite Medal, in ()ratory, will take
,.I, t T t i lD V al· e 2:4. 1.t.
7 le l'ub, are rt spy ct u:ly :nit ed to atten d.
a1 )l. F'. 8 , N.
I'oIIhaof t' of
. ~ i,'AP S'TkT ....nt .,...
Im pror s t
P .'stta. tIlls l 'nmed Tw (Olsi. Slit.lart ssl
JRKCVEY PA'Il;N i.
1ie tPrTRtLFI'M rt1VES bal'e and r. k hitter and
a . ti 'ta eA , itha t ut s:atkei :t, nahr n .r
Ilh S ' te, ,n t teen dAt- it erti o i t P , tr ",, at
slan at I "e mst ,bl, t' e ti No. ItA T'iit lite s, aue .
Oil th' te . ' v st t -ents fr g l, ,n.,l
Jr't . Rte . AlE '0 iH Y.
1 ... .... . 'AMP IST E LT .....I. ..... .... a
P'nts, alla. Hiatidw Gi-,a i, Mnt il'ad ttd
E7 1meled 4s1 lio, -l tln Itute. iaa e't'.a
O l,5 "e'.. 'l & KNI a l, A
0 lCeat.fr'eaalma tre tt A.'[tA'i K Th li'tt ... .
iM '1't atn . .1 , N ,,rk, c, atatt, ,Lnl."
li(1 -A oN i v.t to [ Ll Ai< tr b. ( Ird.r N, t
,0 0 e :,, a I. $1,tI 1 1 r* e4 . 1l , beter 1'
, c. I ',',l. I I' ii o ', er,. I ')'. t i.
S7 n. . 1,., ' r, I I ' 2-'' 5 ni 'r"
47 I ., 1',1 n 4. . ; n.s. 4ye r
n l52t' ' ii4 I * t t i. . - 11I.
.+ n. it. 12o19 n L 19131 31149 u. Lt $41 s'(l
tit. J U.11N VIL, LE,
.r'oti c toa t,. Pt. 'e'r
('' (I tli. 1' '1t'1"1[ AN ' J.'r "N IE.I
BAIIA, fnII I
NI.t'r. ri'rlA,,. "r ntif'n t AD" GREAt NTHe RNt,
nki- ete" r eo titrooitr"ns 'it aootno ittt tr 'k"
tn,o'"'m 'e -l to.' I-t. , N ra r .o 'i ,,o,·lity Ihroe iuoo
. i eo , ll ti hi. acid a i li it c do, : r.i . L
t. W. I 11UNTPJFE.
(ienertl0 . 'Yarn Agent.
OFALL W ZER PLAAN AND COLORED PIATTURER
Y !<e r 1 aski'g ,4 t c ,r , io nn n . , acc en a 4 th "tr,
:ls mb, abie aind ,t,,n ATdI waTttr.cead ls ah , Iye
lie i say oilet atlroadl ni. "N MRKote whoeuee*
itar. tm ttr m d- (atltK. a lt 1N l,, . .l mhy ld r ie ho
-aid ciheuh ti gy ad ial;'. Hs C, aL AaK.c r
I r,;e! t ttrr~pe,'vatJOr, HN IIv~.( %tLA-RK.h
TAe Fete Charapetre Rccetpts.
NEW OELEAN,. Jars it 1868.
Oiemaamd--The andeltgoed beg to submit the f Ilowlng
Btatement of Retelpte and DarosoemeIIts Fete (chmpetre,
as per roucher on Cie. which, they would remark, an yet in
complete. and have to request parties in arrears to make re
trse brthwith of the ticket f aralhed, or fiLda, as the beao
may b. Repoetfaily, etc,
MARSHAI,L J. SMIT[H,
JNO. F. BCU LrTl,
To the President and Members of the ExecutOe Committee.
Oxtement tof Rofrpnts and Di.buremnate for a,,'e ,nt of the
FE i E CIAMPLTIK.E, for CLantrhle Purtl ,tas h,! . 4,F,.
(;,.ou..d New usica ns, on May 26th, 27th, 'th, .th a,
Sale of Tickets at the 'ate., Are a, and Pro.
co sol Amuen-o.ntooln the Grounds ......... s .S
Pale ,, Ticket, in he t.ty... ..................... ... ..1
I) c-tion tr t 1'aul Lnlane, Esq, thr',ugh Mr.
The,, ttt ...... 200 1t0
Donotivn thr,.uth Mrs. C. H. locumb ........... ht
S$14 902 75
('Cah paid for Prire Awards l ........... . $ 292 PO
', .1 i paild I, P'tg for t ',mmO ltt ....t . . ... 41 2
('ash p-.I Attredsut,. (ate Keeplc' and Pul'tc 22tt4 d)i
'aIrn c ad for A t ,o rtran nt.. d I'rtltlt 1 l ..
Cath Ipat ' for Lig it g tre,,unds and the (OctagonI
lolldtll, and De.' rations lot eatn* and Arena 32. I
Cato1 p" t it r 1'r o rk't. . . . .... . .. ) i)
'ab paid f,,r Archery Sten.,L Bows, Arro.ws, te0.. 5t
(,h t ld t'. Jaer.r, for Mu i ...................
Caut, pod tr ' a rung Signs. . ... a ... ... it )
tal1. p, d 11 N t t ightl. for A tr' dtt. I..
rati, e nld taklt.g cares o Octagonal Buttdlng
di ring the Festival, only . ....... "i I
Net ltereipta. ....... ............... ... . .. .... 11' 61.1 7i
Pa'anie otet ProCeedC for DIlttrihbtion ... I I '- ,.
Fa"stsauHa's CotLteO Ties.
We have a Large ttHpply of the celebrated AI.LIhATOR
TI.N on hhad, wthh It at. turparpaoed to q al ts oI Ir 'n. hr
i t f 'f he. P , t n a ul'. , t ' l e and h ,y go ., all r " ,
Al.', fArt'.V'A'N' lFl t't'l4V Tbr , abd DIAMOND
TIt - ,, tetlv ely ced in torn or yearn.
ocr sale a ay qtu! t.. tt, ,clt ia.. Lhaere.
CHaMUEIIS & ,I. t T!\O,
tI .tarendlert etree'.
"southerns Lands" .IseCy.
We, r our 'nereict sIfr the di.pon.d ~f L.ANDElI) PI'l
PF RI Y, et , the thhe Suthern Stt, a Relerences antl in
trnuatiln protmpt y given.
LIVINGSTON, EGERTON & (')O..
N,, 0. L r-erty tsheet. Ne v 1 ,rk.
Iron Cotton Ties.
In addltan to the celebrated ARROW TIE., I am nor
pr, ptlred to1 r crie orde a from the trade, for the KELt' F"Ad.
T'. .tN.tO B ILt KL.. ''IE , all uote oft I.o toet quaitly hu,
lash Iron, and ANha lof any requiedl rlength.
11. T. 1.4.A tlIETT,
(lenteral A sreu, 43 ''ar,,a,,de.t teet.
Eudley Church. May 4. 1!68.
We, the Ladleo rrel-line on atn IIn the vicinltc of Manannee
A' n' CIA' ION, all 1 tne for 'r ohject the rea utretrnt of
t!.e ('onfederate dat, ow rs, .1terrl ito grot.p and lo .,late)
trlte, for all) nl: o ald l',4 n tl tool to, be tbhullt. rit I by
tl e IIoun,'1 c % e It aI : m in ,ur a s . rs alnd br-therg
If t's F ,lth, ard inttd, eteryvbere Wore it not o,
pr' vrrty. e w, ud nout c alu o1np yo),l Ir. rder to hore theitn
.re Ltl) trterreld ad tIhclard to our Cemetery, a soe U A5JU)
hll he nieedl ,l
i1t sto, ta' or rtte da at a dt.at 'e who Ide e'o to ronu, ritrte
n io so t' aIdreC'. : o r 1. :repondltYg ". ret ry hI1e
rl b) . MUltO.iu, t.neeatile Pritce W,,ist county,
.' gn lta
MISS ANNIE M. LEVIS,
I' ralden t
MI'-S MARYi J. DOG; \v,
MISi1 M. E. COMPI ON,
teo I'ro llenta .
MISS MARY E. ('LHlIN~g
MI'S 5UE M. MINRO'E,
',, e ul,,ldlling ecrretary.
MRS. A)DIDE S. WHEIELER,
('out',Lutloun for the alove pnurp,'.e wil alto ,te ore'eved at
tie Ct'PFSCENT (IFFIt'E; by WttO'lid, MAr llYH'w ,%
''O., - J1 Magasne streetlo ; and Lty Mrs. MARY J.
Dl A(t tN.
Important to LAtryers.
THB ACTS OF THE LAST LEGIBLATUBR,
Held acd begun on the 28th January, 1I67,7tI the city of Neio
, tleais No lawyer e itnrary complete withott this valabtp
J AMI. A.. GRlF4LHAM.
OOkOBEIJ.LLM AlNOD TATIONX.,
s OAMP HTRhiET,
&oepecttl'y Cails Le. attention of Membmer of the to
tea .h.i anr nnrea-mt.
rest Ofce Xoaottce.
eO)t Ocrlen. New Arslomne. N so Ito
a ta htM asuta o e M all. •t the N.ew 'orleens P.ot Oula
Wit, to !ed o lowot
Its forb MoIle, MontRomery Atlanta Agosalta an Oce
lImnon, Iik, close datly ats3 o.
oaUst CMatl for lit let.a ObeL as ar 5 ttte riveltr o Dayj
rt. o,clao Mondlys at se .'' Frloayr· r a 0
trtttburtg MslI clo t a P I. every7 Tlrlalr and staurday
aIt, tl or LownrO et elos at A I evoery lsuedayano
iatlc fto cotonlgtno close It 0 AL . ot eve rd Mear ant
Oase"t Atmeratoonooedalily a ns
i.,, o f,.' tattool on Oielooaos qna'rooad wit I ,. o:.y a.
eal foUI LaolO rcoe Parlane wtil cita ot .' t L t..sy, Warnm
· a rurlttt at 3 r ·
Oats fr Gtc oe-le, Orrr • ta. 't:' a1"1 '.e a e.w
Trot, clt.s at 7 a. . hll.dac-', Irts'tyn Ti'flnry..
a•td tatnrdrtays. rt Ot inoum llrl,o
tals y (Ir)nrllte Overelose at 3 r a odotleye Ioat
tinatrdaly*, via the lvre.
datol'tor Northautrl I exUa aO 1Roo Kl ver. r oaU co-iwesg
i'ulteatta Thtrtdan ad Ratnrduvo
Calls rot tHvianm w40 be terwmrded ec every wrelel elearln
ftr actd o"rt
eO;at , rrt. F.at mad Welt, VIa New ItOrleeo, and Jaokeot
airttad, cloe dly at6 P. a
ay MoaI, vla Jataon htalrold climes at Boa..
jFtlP('I HO)lRC --(tcasls a. lst si r. a.
be Dllvery wIll Iho ket c eo I 7 l
rle.iYAL--Ol.o aea 9 L m. , ano otle ii .
B. W. TI.IAEIIKRO,
lampncd Barnk Checks,
)1ILI.. (OF E ;X('HANGCO ,
NIdTE3 AND INSURIANCE SCRIPT,
LITHOGRAPHED AND PRINTED,
II()iND OR IN HIIEETIT4,
CIHISCIKNT (JOll ()I'I"IC(J
94 Camp atreet.
II. iIe TAnmspanos,
PURCHASING AND COLLECTING AGENCY,
147 FUL'L1ItN BTREET, NEW YORK,
ts1CAL orom 01 OL aw OacL O .mesi.)
&i ilass of IM CHiANLDoiB A'3AIOL'LTU.AL IM
~LBMETNIT, to., etc.. prehad on nommteulen.
GBud spaiehs~ only of |rat oleg Ilou. ad a lto IW I
aot low r abn porttes se parcame bhems.l4e
A enmfno t suem mast he rem Ied to Osver frght ande ne
olson, t blhaltae PAYIABLE o911 ELIVERY.
t'ommlstIons on 5n0e cot a0ed aOg tlt I Ior Mst ; es.
oedtI Sil HS cer omt
Oollectlons a all lpetat premps y acttn led to
*a --)L . O 0 IIXOv toorteha, of tb
e, OflIetmae OGamgon
La argyerc Briefs,
FEIMTID lATLy. CORRE(ILY AED PIJrOIPY ,Tt
3LS41· ATC JO@U OPP03.
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