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Afladvertiseetas not msrbed for an yef r ai'i bJt ose of
1r4.... willi be pubd"hedoa wmesadchcrgsd sicore itoy.
aih llswit re I as erts d i si ,. al be r" e red m- 'e -
a Sere the spacoseeepted by Nee 1a' setI taso.
lHE WEEKLY Ce t 2?-7t. I
A publlshed every Paisday ra.a. .'". ,I; ..
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A RIVAL TO NIAGAR7 A I AL4 . "
tle is the Oregon Sdas tean f s] e h
snake river as the routh fork of the C.e.umia. 3
having the eternate name of Lawls river. e
inse fromi the South Pane of the iosky More
Sakfe, and i the eearly dafoe it fii. th ed the F
mo s practicable route overland to the Pcic. h
In i descent over the elevated plaice of Ii vi,
about four hondrcd rmiles from whence it takos 1
Its rise in the Rocky Mountains, Snati river
forms the great Shoshone Falls. The river here e
rub3a through a narrow, rocky gorge, whfi;
widens and terminates abruptly ia prelIp~t+te c
cliffs, the summit of which s4 about one hoadred i
feet above the level of the rapids, and so steep
thatjthe traveler can only descend at one p int
a old Indian trail, its numeros ,n.di'gs m thing A
it about a mile in length. Pol'o :ni this trail h,
slowly and carefully, the tourist will in doe time
fid uimself standing upon tae bank of the river
on a level with the rapids, and overlookr;; the fu
falls. The width of the river at t'v.s o r, hsas pi
been variously estimated-we 'bought it a:
least two hundred yardu. The rt;:ls .here
form a series of csseades, ranging from
thirty to sixty feet each in hingt, ad. I'
just below them the river, in an unIiruken ma ,
leaps two hundred and ten feet into the hoitm'o-. .
lees pit below. 'te r c urse of tht river at ths
point is almost doe east and west : the coatur of g
the falls is that of an irregular oursoe soe, and
the'r width, following the oers, of 'th whter. , pi
at least four hundred yards. Altoaozhi ti e river d(
is not quite as wide at this point a- toe . 'ic-.a
river, the fails are h'gher atd qntes r. behutif i.
The most complete view of the fill-, i n!!idia n
the river above and below the ratids, clhtri, an to
urrounding scenery, is obtained frm L'- ioit
Point. Lookout Point is a narrow csie of to ~ ta
projecting from the main hlulT aIbo t three h in- p
dred yards lowerdown on the river e tfdol, 0
so narrow that that two personel ecannot woe ailra t.
tranding upon thisll pint, we sill i e. ai r to *
uSaLe the prominent places of iner rie c
The first object whthb at rctrs i: at eotuin i
In ;: gle Rock. a perpend.cu: r phblr of rock, it'
ab ,t one hundred feet in i.;a'.t, risa n
from the main cataract. on t;e toiunost pmoi w
eof is root as Ameri:can eagle has ai't I
tic abode ! Just above, aod about the center of
the catarsact, is Balliard Islland. a small rocky I
tIsland, covered with cedar and jmnipir trees.
riveal smhaller isiads, to toe rigat a id leit of .
the lrge one or Ballard island, add to the braity nt
orl pscturemqueness of the scene. lbe wt o
Metlaekl-tso huge rocky pillars-are onle on the
Iorth, the other on the ouli sidel, overlooking orn
the falls, and reminding one of grim sentineta
guarding their object. Lower down the river,w
aha trou a higher atand-pout. oue can observe a I
fise panormic view o thre wlolse-tfe fais, thise
h io amg lapd, Eagle flock, te fwr l reutihe, ri
the uine piisra of perpetual o ryi rivic hoia hi
l.e. bottem laid LAcr the cutne of the th
cahuact, ard extenattr se i' rice, to ewher
isre, and made beautiou by the mauy ol:red
rairrows whiuh shaed a liali ot glory try
Up . the whole scee. httil lrcer down ne
the iver is Prospeot 5iloh. Several geortir- Pa
mu n of the party, actuated by tie spirit or ad
Veh ire, deternl::ed ii &tti,iit thi, ro.up tne
go eb, to reich the river beow tle iais. Tarey
isell red thqiuselves ary feet, on taue ripe Iown oil
theberpendicnulsr sides of a rocky clif. I, 1ning ro
lit ironLd they masaged, wiat nut littoe dllin. ,
ty, in scramble down about live hundred feet to
the baks of the riveer. Arriving there they found E
thei, troubles had Jst beguna : they were six hunt. go
dred Jards friom the falls, to reach which their n
pah lay around and over some huge bowiders of
slip cry rock, winding along the fot if the steep
ba s, and then thlrough the foaming and boiling fire
wters, the heavy swells of which r:Jredied +ch
thenSrr s*kingly of the breakers frn r the sA the
shore. Finally they reached a point ab sat tiiirte Po
feet from the falls. Their journey here ciies to an
abrupt termination by the shelving of the rcks
into leep water. The wind struck thise pint with lha
ut itrolence that they feared to trust thi mserlves twl
i at. erect posture. Oun their kneesti, they held b
wi the their nd to the overhanging brush to pre
velt being blown into the river We think that the
onoosa aot fully comIprehend the immenalty of V
th, heet of walter and the aLsub:mit of the scene, tIol
ueil he can gaul apward as we did. hifs point
tOs Le Cave of the Winds. The Shosone Ftils.s a o
wh, "le, will compnare favorably withNikgara. Those Fri
of iur party who h ive seen both places proeonce 515.
she tormer superior in manty repiects. In beauty F
a,! wildness of scenery, th Shoah one can riot be h
su'psased. Niagara excets in magnitude only. bf
lcalnrn KII,e DlrvI COitRNemAl.-The atten ian O
of.the trade is called to the advertisement of kiln be
dired corn meal by Messrs. Chenoweth, Csey ,A
Co.., 67 Tchiupitoulae street. Thls invotre is dh
fre.h irom tue nil snd can be relied upon as tit
being of the best qualty. These gentenen aire In
a-o in receipt by late steamers of flour, bacon, rIc
side, and other produce incident t the trade.
Their prices are the lowest market rates. See ma
advertIsement and give them a call. met
Largo 5i5e of household furniture of evnry roy
dcription, carpets, er , this day, at I o'ci:k, maIl
at Old Auction Mart. 7 Camp street, by Ma nt- A
fomery Bros. & Co. ado
Gret sale of he horne., work males, bggies, for
harnses, etc.; also, 2 Sn* Devoashire cows, thu of
day, i1 o'eock, at P. IAser'. table, Gravier the
eeut, bi oay tgomery Broe. & Co. i
New York prices for Grover & Daker'. fhalp tests
wl elh meohnee at the ofice, 18 CMrnal seet.
Ka s c rrwmeated for rive years. hemusr, a a
--lr, tuoer al brauer wih Ueh inotles, steq
UR& 1ikAL PARA@eSA.sM, BTSU
S Te Maf failed last evening.
INS. Goldnoseed In New York, yesteray, a 134Q
(bleago has 62,433 German inhabitants.
Providence real estate is valued at $ia:.067,000.
=* Iowa has commenced the erection of a $450,000
Insane Asylum at Independence.
The widow of S. G. Goodrich, (Peter Parley) is
A London clergyman was fined five shillings for
se. being found drunk in a gutter.
: Ben. Wood elaims to circulate 80,000 copies of
his Sunday News.
The financial condition of San Domingo is daily
ao| Dexter made a half mile last week in 1:06-the I
shortest time on record.
The Tennessee Penitentiary is recruited up to
At Berlin, co-operative (people's) kitchens
" have been introduced.
A Philadelphia schoolhouse has been seizod for a
"" ground rent. f
* T hanks to the officers of steamer l.auise for late
Il MIbi!e parpet. C
There was an earthquake in Australia on the t
"* 5th inst. r
i Yesterday the stock of American cotton in d
b Liverpool was 40,000 bales. I
Retail liquor dealers' sales in the United States I
a-u anmounted to $1.483.491,86J 5 last year. F
PortUai, Mame, as to have a cancert in aid of
ata an Artenos Ward memorial. 1
The BIridgeport, Connecticut, street cars charge a
ta. eight cents a ride. 0
TLe late Mrs. Sally IK.K. Steppard, of Baston, be
quesied $20 000 to Amherst College.
w The tGe;eman rorth pole expedition-brig G2r- i
be mani ---eturned to Bremerhafen, October 11. c
'_ In five States (Michigian, Indiana, Illinois, Win- p
ts coltsin and Iowa) there are 15.327 insane persons. u
Vesuvius, that ucry pimple on the instep of c
Italy, has t nce n..re become a running sore.
"L Hig s:aughtcrilg nas commenced at bt. Louis.
STI e prices range I oa >.x to seven cents. t
The a: gregate vote of the State of XNe York is iI
,tl,0C0, an utcrease of 12,,000 over the vote of
I, s. C.
: A big nerro, near Harrisburg has been arrastid t.
as for outraging a lItle girl, the orphan of a fi .ral
Two hundired and ten thousand d)llhri were
tubsc'rebed to thr priopsed air line railway from
Atlanta to Ridc mend, at 4tlants, on the 9th nlos. a
TIe hi'i.,L t Lt O! li tthr carriers in the I irge H
S c;sit i cost the ort-clLcfe depar:uiea: $ j.UiJ lastli
A rrw rccrt o ;mn'n has fte'cy been invented in
New 1 'rk C;ty. t it of profe:ainal techers of
games and spot s to boys, out of school hours.
Mary New York merchants, instead of smh ul
:, boys. cmp'oy little girls, who are said to be r:ore tr
expe rt at the business. bi
It coets the United of ttet nearly fourteen th ,ui- a
ana dollars to educate every cadet tat gradu
ate, at West I',i'. re
In Btikih;:e co~nty. "ats., there i a a ri h
isa old fellow wI o 0ever rode in a ra.;rued ca: or fa
ne ventured out of his native county. to
Ct The workingreni's co-operative societi's of
Halifax. England. make $;0 to00 a year profita and
have lately re I:'cd an elegant $luo,co0 ediricd. fo
w, T'o dcu ct-ties in Lee, Mass., have ree'nt!y in
ts been ereart:a of a reiative who left itetl $7.J,'>0
re each. with aici; h to mourn his loss.
n TLe Ii leperdent sas the habit of sleeping In tl
e church is wicked and detestable, and the example th
d is 1,i.i III
TP Ihe third anoal feir of the Mechanics' and o
g Agrtict'tiural Fair Aessciatiou of Lousiana w,:i be is
i1 held in Apr;! nrx'. an
e Our friend Charles Urnff. Esq.. has ipl-erd us
oe underb bhga:ioas fr a iate file of San Fra.cisco nit
a psapers. ti
at l Iing cq" hire been pnt on tlt:e ( :caco and tie
re St. Louies Ri'ro-!, caiale of d::ag frty-eigat an
d I rnons at a lime. ,-ii
the I td,'c ex , e- r"i'ures o ,f th- ity of V;enna mi
u- In r:r'r i to e :ny 9 ,,t 9,: 0 florias, (13 rCW i uo, so,
01 gold,i ur:r7 the year 1c;7. of
,l R-as'ed swans are coming in use now in the
Sprv:i e of eci. You g seays are sail to be Ii.
er del:ci(,uo. acS
. A v" ry carelfu estimate of the number of white
Sn en disfrar.cL.sed in b:asouti by the car.siu'uional tr
i1 teas oath fixes the figures a' 9- ,000. ge
it A jint etock compa'ny in London and Paris Pro- act
Sposes to ir'gate the desert o: Sahara by means of
o Artesian well.
t. A baby six months ! !, and fast as'eep, was re- 'L
S c-ntly f und on a train arriving at Troy from the be
I East, which, it is supposed, had been deserted by lei
, its parents. r
One of the e!?ie.t election bets was that of a tn,'
Web-t.. r, Masaabusetts, man, who engsgel to he
take a cow-back ride tbrough town if Grant was q.
elected. He tried ftaithfully. but failed. er
f Col. Iuford, precsident of the Richmond and
y Danaille IPlilr-ad, pledges his company to sub- te
Ictibe $100.Qf00 )to be spent on the firast twenty g.
ny i es at the Air Line, starting at Atlanta. fl-k
S The Manusasa Gap railway is now open, or is oi
gn the point of beinz opened. into tho Valley of
Virginia, so as to connect with she general rail- gY
r. I way e~tem of that fe: tije rgin,. i ro
Ja!. N. Brown, i-ne of the root e*ensr v^ ! it e- -
. rs and &tock -ai.vrs in the u vunatry. di--t -a : hcbe a
hee, in ii aBd troe, Sangnsm-n county. Ii., on al
a the Itth inst. ofI
A cortpsry is oreannizing in the Superior coln- hi
try and Minr e*ota to buiild a road bhich will co,
nect with the Munnesta Valley railway from St. t.
Paul to Lake Supert.r. Ir
The New York Sun eng.ets that if Mr. (r.-lcy 31
S1 ,uld be sent to the ( o'rt of -t. Ji -5. aIonp lr
a other a hievcmeenls lie auld i* intrduice a ne rind
t or t rao ute. tie
-The extena:ve tobacco factory of White & br
Ericksaon. of St. Louif, was seized on the 10th by COL
government auth-ritnea for v.,!iiion of the reve
r onue laws.
From FlorercP, I'ly, we learn that smonr the
first bills thit wli be brought into the Italian .
chambers aitt r its -pe:i-I. will be ore to prereit at
the exportation cf boys for organ-grinding pur- pc
On the lit of Septepmber 4,.000 000 cnh;i met*r I l
had been txaavartd at the Suez canal : nearly
twetnty-five millions remain to be comple'ed. bal
About two nillions a month is the rate at which ain
the work progresses. pe
Withtin a period cf le's than eighteen yea-s the yea:
SItethvhids have fnrr.ished in loans $-0"ion.caO h
to England, $0,(0~0,000 to Austria, $1in;i Oil to t
France. $so 000 (c0 to Naples, $25,CO0,C00 to la- the
sia a·. $.;2, (I .i i to Rrazil. thrc
From ;eo. Ellis, news dealer, 7 Old Levee, we e
have received the last number of Panch, the 'id
Spirit of the Times for Nov. 14, and the Journal sl
of the Farm fir November. On his counters w:il secy
be found all the choice literature of the day. lee
Miners in 'Nevada are excited over reported Ieci
discoveries near Austin City. The mInes are "ten I easrt
timnes as rich as the Comstock in its best days." ti n
In fact, the deposit is " fearfully and wonderfully
Napoleon is a good horseman, a poor marks
man, and a worse swordsman; Francis Joseph ia Ga
mediocre in everything; King William is a good harn
fencer, but a poor shot; while the czar I the best day,
royal horseman in Europe, but is neither a markn . tree
man nor a swordsman.
Addison Holmes, th4 negro whose portrait La
adorus (:) the pages of the journal of cirvliation, decl
as latroducing viltors to General Grant, was at O
formerly the property of Gen. Wm. M. Brown, gome
of Ath~ , , ,and was hI body servant durtIg
James P. Watson, a former proprietor of the
De Pauw Hoeas, New kAlbany, ld.. has bmees sea da.
tenced to the pelteiary for four yearsn, for for
gWy. Oa qutting the hotael baee he boanme I
a seMldIr' elaim age nd egk a a syatenm o e
Seing seldisee' cLahas. hel
g sE " TE o PON P [ ?Z TEXAS
I .LITT&E 6ma31s six.
FRiM FREDERICK~nIRGO TO FORT M'KAVRTT -F-RID
i'.000. laICsaBUMG-aLTaING WITH A CAVLLKLY CtiM
50,000 FANY-VIsIT TO FORT MASON-PRAIRIII D t')4
BAMI--INDIANS--THB APFRAANCI OF Tiat (c N
ey) is TRY-- IFOMIAL-FOUT MLKAVETT, IRC.
Spiw" Otmposmdmss f s Iw Ortreas OMMmL]
s for FolrT McKAvITT, Texas, Nov. 9, 18tQ.
3fy ,ear Colnl--We are now about 170 miles
lee of no0to-west of eau Antonio, almost in the center
of the desolatioa of Western Texa". My last
letter was mailed at Fredericksburg. the capital
daily of Gillespie county, and the most considerable
town of a very large region. It was eatsbli.hed
--the by Germals about 1842. It contains three
churches, one being a fine stone editi:e used
by the Catholic,s although in this as in most of
up to the German towns of Texas, the Protestants com
pore the large miajltrty. The oldest looking
chens buiding in Fredericksburg is a quaint-looking
octagonal building in the center of the vilA.te.
A peep through one of the windows disclosed a
id for stone floor, a pain deal pulolt and roog't benvh ,s
for seats. The town contains two steam trilo,
late several stores, a thinly populated cemetery and
one idle doctor.
About 15 miles this side of Fredericksburg we
a the met a dashing looking company of the fourth caval
ry, from Fort McKavett for J. fierson, vie Au.tia,
I in where large remftrceme;nts ad recenitly been or
dered In consequence of disturbances at that p:a' e.
The company was under the command of Mijor
itates Davis, an experienced frontier officer, and a very
excellent gentleman, who has risen to his presnait
hid of raLk from a private in the volunteer service. He
was accompanied by his two young lieutenants,
Penn and Warrington, whose only objection to
large service on the frontier Is that they are not sent
out on Indian bunts often enough. We dined
, be- pleasantly together at the quarters of Paymaster
'aeilker, who af erward dillffsed a m,,dicurn of
greenbacks aronug the cavalry boys. lifre also
G2r- we till eL.canlpo for the night, nmlDing a mlog.
1. cha!ty, pieasaut evening, with our clgars and
i p- i ps, before a god log tire.
TLe next d . we arrived at Fort f'non. sitnated
Hon,. upon a tail Lill near the river Llino, in MSa, ou
rp of c,,nnty. The -l ot comprises quite a clusoer of
Witne rtune bu;'dn.gs wh,!h were visible to us for
s eral mrilt d-,tait. It seemed like a mrbe
ouis. 'ity in the mI;dt cof a wilderness, and what with
the dry, I.alf bare, barren, rolling coentry snr
0 , is to noirg it, supgcgsed pictures of ?ale-ti~e.
e of W\e foliad trt l.s-n garrisoned by a compiny
of the Ihirty tif'i i lantry, commanded by Brev. t
Captain Stevees, in the absence of Copt an Hu'
D'tmd Itrock. The only orthr officer present w~s Lieut.
iral W eam, an energetic and Intelligent gentlemen,
who, if he Led contro; of the g rrison, would in
lute more order ani dc4iAline into It than It p1)o
were sees at present.
from We dined rather 5emptuously at Fort Mason at
net. a table presided over toy Mrs. Hultz, wile fI [lr.
ae Hui z, poet surgecrn, trrmerly ot New 0,leans.
It, seen the excelltnt hill of fare and tie r:tstl
ftIs ligert cornvetsatiili tf our re:ined and edu.- teid
hostees we were iartly eotertaiheil. fIr. H dilt
d in was absent in attt ondale as aI witnmo at a ,:u rt
3 of martial. He cane t, Fort Ma.n with ,-ns,p
tion, but the tie air his re-t -rtl hlini to he !tu -
no.e of mantiy i.itriationt of the restsa'~re .,o, ecs
r sh tof the cinimate ,f We'st-.rn Texas. I) tro ';i,-.
,lore try v ee le~s ditlicult of a cess It could not tail t)
be the resort of thooiauo of vale'u iar aio. J.t
toe getLii; tetiperatute of I'- ai t ts it p~J.es-si
S'Ous a great etlvanage over Minnesota.
.Jdu- Afterleav:ng Fort Mas.,n thirty miles of god
road through a dreary cointy brui glt on, ti the
ri , to our next encauipment, cu the right baulk of
Sthe river ban Sans. a here we dined and break r
a: or fas'sd on a fat wild turkey which our sportausn
took from a drove just before halting for toe day.
I of Yesterday, after proceeding twenly-eight mils
d up the rather pretty valley of the s n haos, ti.'
or six miles telow this poet, we azain eacamrpel
-. for the night, reaching Fort LMcKsavttt t, ai rr.
ntly ing before ueard monhrtg.
, t Forrt Mckabett i. garriuuoed by tIvo cmp , s -s
of the tou-rh c ,tusv, a t.rce oltlgether I:: iu-a
quate for the labor expect(d to be l.erformnei for
g in the protectiii of fri ier c(itzens. The remcit is
upse that the depredalinus of the Indiaeis are inureaa.ng
ti frequc::cy. Ocialtounal scoutig parties are
si-nt out Itrn the fort below on miiules, but with
out accomphliagt g anything tangible. McKavett
I be is c utnLaLced by Brevet Lieut. Col. Ieaum mnt, a
an energetic oliccr amnd a gnctleman of bree-lng.
I no The other cfLSc:s presect are Brevet Major Mid
dletcn, post surgen. Lieu,. liciik, Lieu. Shoe.
co maker, now ti:l,, a3. 1 L.eu'. ;i!ta-n, the lat' r of a
the thirty fi1 h i fantry. Iesat implrtatIl adli
and tiuns to tie. bu Lijgs of the post have bheeja tmad
and are still in prcg:es. S -me of t :.^ umber -iiei
therein is tranported all the way frotm the gulf i
e,,ast ti wag, us. a di ltance if over ttr'ee llni dred ' r
nno miles. N :,r the htrt is a beauit'il little llke, the
uO I source of tie San Sala, and plenty ot Iaoestone,
of wt-i-h nmost of the bui..ui.gs o1 the p,1t are
I ni tructeld. r
the To-day we hove dined with great lmetal and di
i be 'Ly.!c. l satistl.ctlll tL.h CI,.. i;e, lUmout a, I his
arrompliehed wife. In the evening we wee'- int
bite vited to a Ii, et hillh,ardr , o.I a-i eligt.t ti*,l,,
at the qut .era of Mr. fram;nr, toe elergetn c Ii,
inal irocta r and trader wih) Clpp ies there Iu -, :tad
gets i heat, d , tit of nvii -uiv, per cent. by thli
ro- I ecaawag " Ls in t1li," piiva es, wh -in lie
tsuis ,with bsU.e tf the luxules and ulcesarles
'ape of I e.
Yesterdy we passed a vitlage of prai.ie ilogs
re- whho wele br,-lulg in an;d out of, and to and truo
the between, each (tLer's holes in a vely lively tiiu-I
Ler. he Ciflicnlty of st curing these raoid l!tt:e
by lellows was treshly soOwn by the alilute of our
spCrtmiLen. v ho lead a better chance than is odin,
if a r10 aflildd. l1he arnmal was prba',ily hit. Lt :
to le triltd :; to lii hole out of eight and ren-cd as
ito ;ck as hgiting. The prai te dog is us:d to
was .et:nua a occupy te ae a htle with rattle-akes
or rIbt its.
and We i-c.,mprd zlist night close by a smalli pe an
b tiee a. lwh .uil-l d tIe whole party with d-ssert.
Atttr several ti urs of patient angling in thu San
nty 8.la, Col. Wolker returned with one smull a,.
fti-h, repoits ,f abundant duck for the grariti-a ion
r is or the lazy gunner, and a harrowing duscrlption
o0 a 'ect mnuns water snake which lie bad eeril to
give tiaror to atter dreanl- ol reptil s a-l'l I' itaui-.
al- We are now in a country taiunus for gaol , a:
cor:irg to the reports of enth,!isas i, sp ,r.s ~n.
b le r ta . ehL, rh't titnl to,o ,: u li :.:, IfoiU
h ao fa r it. ('fris of qulil :ree reipye,:!,. at:ter al
on a li-.g l:bsthCe. \ e Lave seeil foun tloe ,logeos
of turkats, but :ate ouly seculrel1 o, i ofi tli,4
ha. ds. ibthy Ia-e Ii g leg- ansl run with raibn i,
so int it ii i l iy n- um t:er to get i hin .1 I.t- "
i; g o:stance ol them. A ii tie p:tient waitili about
St. te rivers and podtris would yield a plan y t I.;i
elootir g. in about iour niont!s at Cautip Ver-le,
Icy 31- jr Ilavia shot 41 ducks, and quail in proam.r
lio;. Nct laug since he shot a 0 iojus bird cileed
tI thie water turktey, wl:h a bhak like a tu:ko . feet pl
s asld breet lake a d11 k, atnd a neali hi-.e , lmiipe. m
lie i not aware o! the clasedtilatlio at t:li c:url -on
by ,i:d, al d couda'it n:ake no a [U101 t ) eat t It.
a l)Vy after to-morrow we expect to arive at I-' rt
by Coritho, h:ty mi;ea distant. . Z. r
re- ---- -- -
LOUIalJA iA ITEMM.
an The Fhrrveport Fouthwes'ern of the I;th says:
" l got p.I: g o. Ititrenced day h-fore vetrerday
t at (i. W. Stoner d; Co a maminloth neel p,'.jiuig
ar- Fp kery. just lelow the ci y. riey co:lm-elce
on a drove of 5U0 bead, and will bh alu,,el as
they are rceedud lr slaughter. It is ti e ealu
t latico to e',uuLter 10 ()tia heed thlis n-,)Ou.
' ihe ectep:s of cutioun on Thiuirsal ers 713
d. ah s ; total for Le seeasou, :1,0. ,;I. Tts is cer
rch tarUly a nmibt gratiteing exhlbittioti of u;lr pros
perity, and gives piomio-e o at lees. u..,1,1 oales
by ,e-ati umer next, the end of toe cou.iiler sl
eyear.-. [r addo G..z.,t'e.
n30 itt. Sh, a ilow lady and the mother of
to three little bI ys, was mniurdered n-ar her reeidloie
In Union parich on the (;h intsL She was aliot to
s- tile back i-f the head. and also cutsevererv to the
throat. Mr. J. G. Taylor, Jr.. says lthl I;on
we I:cord, has been arrested upon c-ircu:ns autial
li evidencc, and chbtrged with the crime. It was a
ial sl ot ktIg :lair.--[Uuachita Telegraph.
Ite bosd ,If airectors of the agrlculturs aRo
i1 soc;at on ot this parich held a meeti:ig the past
week. Jnigee l y and Mr. J. (;. Sanders were
d erc ted to hl vacancies in the b ,ard. Uh tdi
tectire, it is utd- rstood, will now go to work in
an I arsret to carry out the objects of the ass .:i
Sti n. They have loc ated the fair grounds at a
l int jost ahore the railroad, on bigh grouind. to l
nllyIes orom town. W'e hope to see the as-ocltatio an
become s pelranent inat ution.- [I)uachalti tel.
S Great sale of fine bhorses, work moles, busgies,
d harness, etc.; also, 2 fine Devonshire cows, this S
at day, at 11 o'clock, at P. Liner's stable. Gravier
I street, by Montaomery Broi.. & Co.
t Large sale of household furniture of every
a, description, carpets, etc., this day, at I11 o'clock,
o at Old Auction Mart, 87 Camp atreet, by lMonat
a, gomery Bro-. & Co.
Do TtLL.--Wb is Pharlon's Flor de Mayo, the
ew perfume for the handkerchIef, like sa errand
* bty Bcause it is aced everywhere. Bold by all
Pifty-Bye dollars buys aspladid OGover & kewr
fsy sewing machne at 183 Canal see Ma P
we warrantd ito years. Remer. tuohkr,
besider aid quiltwer gies wilth each ~ach~is
A TILEGRAPI COMPAIT
A new enterprile to be uowm as the NATIONAL TELE.
,ed GRAPH tOMPANY, has beem orgealsed, with valuable
of freachlm eeferred by a toeas a of Oagrees, for the par
S pse of "sbleshin TRUST LINMS OP TELE-RAPH Son
all the pLeteO r~eairoede ead mall reatel t tohe Untsed
te. Ste Thehe Stek t to be tossed epon the same prncidple e
I that oi the Mrchants' Untlo Expreee Company, which re
eently commened operations The design le to interest the
enatre business community t the mterprLn This ti do n
aot so much to dispose of the Stock a it is to eaur the
e mes of the country through which the Itne pan.
S The Cpital is to be
er Ia 100,D0 Sharega of the per value of
ld o100 Per hamre.
Ia ut thactua l amount to be paid I. Cash I.
n", :3 Per Shalr
*. And this amount is to bhe paid e follows : One per
enmt, at time of sumbsrtblag, and no more, until the entire
capital has been subscribed, and than on calls to be made by
to the Board of Directors, Inetialna te not to exceed See per
t ent, per month. When thirty-ve per eont. of the par value
of the shares has been paid, certifieates of stock will be is.
a sd. This will pve the Company a paid ap
CABIs CAPITAL or 83,S0,00oo,
Which will be muicent to duplicate l Ines to all, or nearly all,
0 the paying points reached by the present monopoly.
The present Te!egrsob Companies of the eontry have been
consolfdated into one bage monopoly, and are now earnlng
' ever six mlllions of dollars per year, or over one hundred per
cent. on the actual coot of their lines their present capital
having bee watered over one thousand pe mt.
The NATIONAL TELEGRAPB COMPANY have a re.
, cognition from the United States Government of the impor.
tee of their enterprise, with a grant of the most valuable
frnachiss ever conferred upon a Telegraph Company. o
competing line bee ever had he right now granted by Co-.
greos to this Company to constrlt and operate ites over
every Railroad and Mail Route to the United State The
position of this Company diffe from that of any o*mpany
d ever before organised. The quatia of the ight of Way a
e forever settled.
The Stockholders of thls Cl mpany cannot be told out a
transferred to any other Company. The act of Congrens a.
d der which this Company has been organised prohibit a
transfer of the franchise granted.
CALLS-HOW TO BE MADE. p
One per cent of the Stock will be requtred on subseorbing
and subsequent calls, noet to exceed ore per centL er monot
will be mace by the Board ot Directors, from time to time, as i
may be necessary, to supply funds to nontract and equip the
lines; but me calle will be made satar the one per cent. to paid
natil the eatire Ocapital Stock shall have en subscrbed.
Actual CEpttal Iteqtlred.
The Company conulently believe that thrty-dve par us t
ot the Capiud brtock wil cootrurt alnd fully eip .
TWENTY FIVE THOUSAID MILtEd OP lWIIE, t
Which will connert all the commermlal csatr and imortsm 1
places in the Unlted utates. This opinion roete anc t
most reliable etimates and responoble effrc to aeoraerl
ad equip the Haes.
The NATIONAL TELEGRAPH COOMPANY Isorranleed
under the laws of the State of sew York, and trmanele co p.
terred by an set of Congress, approvedJuly St, 155.
Preadet--bOBOB M. SENTL I , of Clvesed. Obio.
Vtce-Presideowt-- ERT SQUIRES, el jew Yola Ctty.
mW*** *t AWB ** BROA WA~Y,
NEW YORK. of
A I ited momnt of the CPitl Stoak of thle Coeomeay s
allotted to this locality, and those havtg asn opportulty, end r
sebealbas, will be placed spee equal tens with Ito oenoe mc
rason, and will eemee like lmeerest he all freachlses which
have acred, er mar af e nemr, t the O,,mspay. io
bum any and all esure..
Batecrlptloes will be resved by
DANIEL EDWARDS. or
Seoldent DIrector for the States of Alabama, Misosilippl, din
Texas and Louissisas, itg
25, 9D and 31 New Levee street,
At theoho.L . ODna Ce., ma
0Mel eLms.of t
Pti eamertlb lag to the 8teck wv ea udoneae the
by ldetoro tmhe beesdm Dibeter, DANIEL uDWAIS,
t y ott..t the ti-.- ..hmlblo. La
CONSTITUTION Y. M. M. I. A.
MIBCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATIOS
OF NEW ORLEANI.
We, the eubseribsn. young mea of the eity of New Orlesae,
being deelreas of adopting elicient mesas to extend our lofr
matteM upon mercantile and other subjects of general (utity,
b have associated ourselves for the purpose of establiabshit
S Library and Reading-Room, and for our governmout have
adopted the following
The rama and style of this Asseiation rsha h* "? Tll
to VtlrN: YF)SN'd IERCANTILII LIBKARY ASdOCIA
be TIOi UJ TILL CITY OF NEWf OBa/kei&"
no ARTICLE I.
PTerrow I The efelers of the Aenclatfoe habll be a Prsl.
ent. 'ice Pro,-de, t. t'-rrenpcnding Secretary, tteording
Iesreiarr. Tvenaorer. and 11e a roctnre, who. together shal
crneti mne s Brsad of Directora and shall ha eeetrid
anronlly-the Pr.lident. Vice Prondt, eretertee and
Treeoter by nsearate nltlotr. the Directors by gaosed ticket;
a majority t the whole votes given beg eceamry to a
tlar 2 The Presidet shball eresideat meetinor of the Anme
idetatn eoll tuch extra treetinell as the Board of Directe
shall deer expedeht. sn all eave a vote in all elections, and
give tae lcation vwte shelf there shad be an equal dLitsen
among ,he member'.
$rc. 1 The Vier President hall predel In the shsence of
the Presaidnt, and in Central pet fnrm the ontieo of that olhe.
Sc. 4. 1Tb Reco'diog Pecsat' shadll toeep an accurate
record of the boouesa of the Asaoelaine. Tio Oorrsonewd
inn itecrest v under hte superlnt odence of toe Board of Di
reetnra. hstl eoeduoct it reo rsepodeee.
S n. L I h" Tesrer shall receive alt dun and donatIons
Smimnry: pea all orsha on bem whn signeld bythe Proel
d, nt: kttl areioilav arcouit ni the Ilnanreal aoinoner of the
Asoiatiton- en atscrrct if which. ai.ntmonlted by catsee.
tory v-crhie. hbr nhall exhiit at eac'h tannal meeting, sad at
the n-ntrh'y errleriigs if the Board of Directors, ad oflener
if required: o d ihr the fat hfl discharge of these tulsts, he
shall gve vecurit in be eatmm flveinndrd daollars
cpi a. oThe Boad of Directors shall have p-wer t atioro
priate rflnis. trarit I.-I ws. and oenerally ctiduct chp uPstio ls
1oI the isouhaltln: bshall tnd at least one in e~ch im-nth thf
tie tr*leatk o-n of nairello: shall reoart at eahn quarterly
nttil.o.r, f . li~ r.clii ttheir pran.se,tinge fo the paet
qllarer. at lP'ha satte of the ct,r.cer.- c,f Ith* A l.l-intin; and
in enea, rav .mnry shall occr in the Board, tlrull inmm
dintrle-r 'i ii, the As.oclation, and lppo.nt an eaeing for an
elet lion to fill such rvi tlncoi.,
Sc 7IT.he Pourd of Dirrctrn shall anlnt a Librarian.
whoc duty i thael be to a'tend at the Library on each day
of ti.e wetk nbo snall keeo a rerister of ail lohk.. mnaOctlae,
maps. scnii. Phaeura end oil oitir property in his cea,. bl
lol iin tog Iitt Aacellt n; arrangce them In preoerorder,. ncke
a relord thtrlol., wlth the nane -if the d.,n,- alnd keaep
an scinrrato airnaot of all bhks deiverend to thr m*luber;
and to be otherwise governed by the Board of Directors.
Foch mtrti t r ot a pr plretore, on sliucrrievyp tn the ,.
stitutiiu, sall pay the sum of lire dulol, a uualiy, it
S Fnch memnher sho it a Dropreati-, on elt,'~riiiu to the
S Con.t'u,t ion, .hL.l pcy the soa of ton doiro enuo.ily, in
Any ceon cmv hecome a member !or life by pu ing the
Csum ot b!y dlirlts.
Any permon apprcned by maelrity o' the Wordi of DIrect.
ors mayn brecne or tille ti a mer.lrehiap in rrpet-,ity, on
paymrent of one kiudre. l1 dllrs., ad m.nv tir.olter suno. 'ine.
berohlp at leaoure on the bho ts oi the Lc.ti on, c'llect to
ihe aplplroval if ! r Hord of I)rectorn: Pri.vided h-lnerer.
that oy orne retri alrer ltly "ai 1fe nlem r " miy ho.omine a
member to perpetuity uneer this clause, on the pay meot of
Any person, if ep-rnoed by a minor!lt of the Direoorn.
lan tpbiico a itlmbir oi n complyinylg wltt the pruo.Il.uo o
There shall hea annoual meeting or the Aneoo-.ttinn on the
first Tuesday in Jalnuyt. for the electli.,l ir . Ii,. r- fr the
enninLg iear. Irr rreiv,ng reports from 'le Btld oi Iiirct.
ors; dald. llurerly ihereulter. for the tracacltilu of sIloh
other buatngas as may be presented.
r If the Preident, Vice President. Peeroerlte. Treasurer or
Direrton, in their several afeia' capacities. shall uerelot the
performance oi thei r tutu., or shall not dministor the iaee
of the Aesiot on eflciently or equitabhly. on writte com.
plaint of fifteen oinbes a meeting shall beeatled. and a
committee appointed, eonsiting of two memhers and one
director, who shtll cenour, remove from office, or fully
exonerae the accused, as the eircumstances of the case may
There rEnl hbe en alterations In this Conotltnt! on n'eee the
same sihalt, havbOn been propased to the Bnord of Iloee'rn one
m nth prevlir to the lua'trly meo'InG, and then approved
by three-ftustlas o the members preslt,
Brnto'n 1. Tb'e .I-rary and Peeding Pn'.m shetl be open
Svery day from 9 oi eleot a .. guti 1 o'ecl-,c e. M.
lit'. 2. Tihe Lii nnrb, n d n-te v securirty, in the ses at
fie nundred drl'r., 'or the fath'lll dicherie o t he duties ot
Lia, lie, and w.ll hold the same at the plcasu e ol the Board
et s. It cha'1 be the duty of the Librarlan to keep a com
ple a d ex,, i clatnlic:me .f itoks el ul.lging to the tibrory,
togetler wll, a datMl-c t. tof tbhe Unle. rl.wic atlill he ,ieon at
all ttnrer to the ex.m'lati.-n oIf the mmbero Ite ahall Eollm
her each book, aeiga its llacle n the l.ibr -ro and arrange the
wholein pronpr oidir , he hall hkwbli : ee op illIh record o1
map*, chart., nd othir prllportr .f the Anent; i-in, ad oy
frm tl tiime me bin tt rrrrliec by the Board of t)iretrs.
o.i4 tie : Al daioltr. ou the epplica~ion, or io tre o ri t-iN
ten ii der o n. .nvliero, .t-oe te loe ha. ohe reo. andrd Oed a
dots pald. ir oiok i iit tre a fn,,,o quart., or m.tao . -u.d
-noe l nrk ir set hi boks not exceediug thee voulame. If it
be a docclco er f ofmaller iea.
ioti b I'e-..lIen:u',ic' erin ahrottoneheoptf,rthit
piriOm. l.o1 i:l, , et itb" nl lll -Ter to ii.l:.-:o a bh.o k b ,uos
hoet Ion deiverel ; th dale ot of tainfe,,uln and e;urn. .
,ln ., ,,I L.L.orv. t,.,rc(-r withb a rul recordot au,;b tune, or U
p.csltler ac ic) ho riber tii l:rnrted the.el n. a
hii h. i t"t .-I co i I , t rtea 1 ltb- rc. !r the l e rfl the
As-t ., i ,Il. " ,: hi,,-, ac.d ,c t l:ll-b- il cur ,i. e(ul.rly ai.
conntie f1r th eclre to the treonarer; and shall report to
ther c .wiriiir-rco'ro the i Erir foih nmeohi r or itembsenr
ar moy tr:ll-r t. pay ther ,er.~ and torfeltlere lose or cam
age alcp too k Ir ilt ,,f *,,o; -, -itse In or lthorlo r'facer the
re. or in aty oth r way wilfully vtilate te Lurary ur
tendlln-riim r it, -oiiaotiol
Pl.c 7 e e!,.l Love the oarervieloan d eneralrnr-nari
tender ce of the I ilbrry and Readicg-Room; shall carefully
tabe*l and r ltie tabl t rueks anur Lthe eules rhleLive toa the
ar untioin r c e-ike oisald rlein ein ouiet ns oattlrderiI
the riomi ii h- l A'-.catii-,i. Ileshall ilikwiee oefrem .ii:hi
"ii cr datl al .rr:slnlic t b hls ,fr- as may t rm time to
tllle ic ti:r-- r:hlcl Ii, Imo lYocrd ll lii-retori
hcc. I iti c 1 he., udion:ally. tle uu:y of tIr L irariano.
glider rlh ilmrirc idl lm .l·.ocIi.iin oif the rrmeltrerit Cce ii ,e
aec-ir ttii. i rli i l.ourll~loD rimd teul illoues ol ielliO-r, t.,
eetder bun - I the snlie .cd gecrc'ly ii take charge ofi ih
ithori.r o nd ac. ucunt as cm ay from time to tme be asu
c b her A eitwniirt I.ihrr,et btoll IrsUveiurtvr. In the
turno oltthre i c llrrid li Iri. i.iitlhe ln.illDll , a.t t0 e 0
dlhoat I-n iI<ticrr tOn, gl botiod tLe suil at thI p.c. ure ,i
-cM II) It ai ihc iet dc'a of the Aseiltant lIibr\t in to
co- perat wtl h and remoite Lioreran; III be h v.limu-i ;nii
ever) j-nilii.,. I-, tir i-;o ralea muluitn inu tle absence of
tliS tfiir i*tho .,aetl dlt-iro 01 ltle pint
rc. II It elhal he ad,!hi noilly, the uioyof bthe stnln.,nit
Librarian. cridor tIc imnle late toperviti,, ,rthb remFiur.er
to eolcoit I' e iil.r. lmliint amlo other snnaal dolsa •iiolmiierO h
ti-get er ol.tlmiucholllrr ,i.ol.ti,.nusnmc bs e-pitiily as-n
i tmrdhbm intnhill Iltewlir pertlurn suinothee lium ntp
Srlrlnw to i· i frlw asm ly t-um time to time be preOcribed
bi,. 1' It shl I, the dily cf the t.lbrarlen and hns an
slistnt tt ttllr iihh cloly t,, ~tb .erlrin5 and eivoit iit , -
ho<-o.car e.liii ymobeerving the Ibray regcithoin forthe to
cu a: ti ltie opim.ia a.to,,itnn to the filng of noewapapr, thue
'ruipar diur- buti, -nf luCaltai -sl e iC ; to aci aa OIeolleere
whali rer; ,i''., i, tl Il-at opolty -, ii -eep or iooist In keii-,.i
tile rmooimn i thel, A-c rctto in atn. awell rentiiorli eand lu
gino ,,r- er. lehirgepru-ilal sore that IllrctaurI, ma., gisbes.U.
p.-ctlie. Ctnt-icry etc.. te nellier deticcild nor tijurrI, niod
groerall th-tt I m laiorarv and Redling-t. rm be mar - reer
ahle and attrreauer for the onrenen.ne and rent o m" in
bher. 1he' h ibnethrr ead hIs saslatat shall reoort tbemorli ie
for duty at a oarter befoire 8 o'loca. that the papers, ing- 0s
alns.etc.. ma ie proper y distrionted efre the Oaulr u t
opeminl ofthe Recolltn-Rnoom.
nEC. 13. Ear nlnember o te AIeoeiation, dulyI enlIIId to a
the i.,ei the i.-tha y moy uithdrawa- e gw o o so ol rih, k.
and reaicn the same two eekas trilm the data o' ileileerv
New boike, ratahlilged within the cslleut yma, ICltil liot e
renewed. hut murt. at the expiration oetwo weeke. be rttern
ed to tle Libr.ry . other b*ok. o circulation may,. on epoc
tlon to the tilr-ri mn. be reaewed fir he Ike teOr:l ,f two
weebs. I- lrelml. thuitgo. m,,re then toio ovplrot. rerewolri ut
tlue II.e Loik ora t ,,f bo,-Ig, be elowid o hii :o0t.1 c ecl a
permisi, n i.f the Rla.d if Dherctnrs. fu bi ,k r iet ,io boks Cl
sbnll. in ry ce.e, he rerc,.i by thi- Li.rsrtlan fir etl.er a
member or dilector, irr shall bhoks be trnflerroed Iron orie
name tn Ianothr.
SOC 14 Ay member wh shatll retain abook. or no.
inouSe, leo. tilil tw," wtr a sove limite sholl forfeitr
aid i-u ii, the Librerian for ihe uo of the bclta:iriors hie
cents f-r eaOh day over the tlme the book or Me of b,,h- i ,nll
hane dea so de.inied in his posesiui;nd such lorill, a'.
Ia all cases. be fnly exactsed wlnout reenancet Inthe crtue if
the h alta douunmer, Por,,vriledt. that thl eeentlietlu.r oil)
not be denend to taokrler with any reguiltioma rerdaruig
boskai f lelereii-e.
of b lnae all .irfe teoe dn f e ,od tn f ca. I. -otbrcr!nr n; t p
if ny tookl Inat. iaetacd ,or i1 ursd ba one ol st. le 1 vimll
eitler rp!aoe thle ., i ir pay tie lull cvaile of teooo.e I-. it'l
Tnrvurer. ani.d may thoreouLua receive th Imre.in:nt volum0e
a hi, p'operty.
1 iti6 iltuks cannot ue exmloned on the Ilhelras but
each me-mier shall he i,rillcenel to ise a, bhood beholuion to
the .lbrary il th e h-oiing Room ofr the Aseosai ilu I-,f
wirli UO thte I l tnb h iaball at the time keep a mltohr.
net ionch hok. ifat he ierniiargiattoh n muiat e rlelmiulahed
to n nerombrry wltbCrwtneo the saomee trop the Lib for.
Nec 17 Bach hiriOe mags hari.. e.ti..ehavebeenor et
mfy rems trnle otrlo.ebe donated, with the Iaetlou or rl jul
qltut thlat they be not tatc fr'ila the JLbrlae. shall, is 5o
rare. he ireocd itherefrom. Books whicb are upe'itlrn ra.ied
tor Ilihir pat. o. for r.rlty irr eatllry. or lw other reO Ions,
matIrom t me to time he das'attalt d binih ci ree.haroac
and.ct e n a h mi s be reatrleted trom rlreuatiLon, bst en 5 sO
sll timne ie frlati eonaillted at tho Librry or ln the alamitit. A
Room Boo-ha so oratrictd ahelibeeakenposhl talhbrs
only by -clial a mielnat of the Ihbry :iimmlt
i-c Ii,. lirinoetion ot m ebrnbtp mrts be mode
in rwotte . oither to the 'res.urr or Boed oRf ,re.
tota and can be areeeptd only aftr tcao payment of al
duos, forletoiu, aud arwrerges. Aag amhs tr whsh.
itg to withdraw from the ANoeotatla. mast eomity
nbth ese erqulresetiia. or he aill b e~ ed aeld chged
aga ~noclotuie hi ommhrtniu. .
o c 19. The prlanie if the lteol il to with. Ie&
drawn troa any member who shalt 1giee topy I s and for.
feieurel encarred, cr ahoi bhll be siinWa ilylhto violUte l
any of the peeoeng isoto.ll dim iabh POe shalt he in
Oligib • for s-elecoui until fail slal_.tosl IabeI hae bn
made ef al l dl lum ; sd ab. thl. Snhltien may be
aet.ectte, It shall be the daty ae Lldhesri to his a rtsard
f lthose pre, ns thua made [eel aabie. ed the reas therlor.
prper t the esay of 515 Ibeaa1 ithe dl sst.Lr
A. CONSTITUTION Y. M. M. 1L. A.
the f etaro or aItmae thereis or to eadoct themmlves
arýsl with demi.n ad prprlety.
swiL AnyL p rasa who aill defaee, mtutilate or ab.
cal e alowoperporl dl l. placed oa Ile or pon theU
fouWd toot taies, elnp to .the treur dua e eqsut
os bar tues the alue ar and, for a repeated dense,
iai n he lehto zasI m.
DlUi . Any o ember sall hbea prvega to iotrodao s
Me a eta dete the oty. whoas . m at am t reil
Itua 6. These rules shala ladtwg sod e lake fa res
thI p di By-i ad will b asmooded in lktue mwae
a die ae ot ro Board of trectar.
(IBg hVUodL MULLf.o h
seeIRi)WLKA t H. TIWP .,
0 TATLOR WRsBdTE.L
Itr- P W. pIRIElf om.
It et, JOHN GREll NFIEi t
aicatUT.aVE oetiT .
JAMFP V TUCKIE.
e IIW l COOKE.
OSCARI K. LYLE.
Elea otty Comtte I.. T. 4
N.O. TKASHMb rIP COMPANSY.
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·II¶ OP.LEAI.9 RTIAMS.IP . Cd'A~IY.
UITO TATR Or AMEKI.CA.
Las *fas i o l Commit o T Maw Oaf. T .
of .o.en- of the e O. Unted S rats
eartsenenstobe .r nimed -oanoksigued, who saveraml;
l N eW i teite o * ofItoEi tIm J orN .
rf Th enant antw The Muan aieaad , l s adta oof b0e Is *
e od la , uahlorde ton theoet oft ewoder eans s d a It o e
o told of th d nt e for the mla of thenty Or yets t
Di- da Irat K aLoal tav oraor so w t s dueorvI m
d -- Of t he C ,my a githe me.
'vo assgl tha t easmerailt g thei mhls, 5 toostasi oa it
f e ew e exesose. ra d tLt.s heatwe ea m ed oiard aen
1ga L Th.e mAtanbetoI e det e or haf o Ihs l s l . ea
itob m baysalho eoproer pen rs on
m, • w risiond.d b o t h ano ottrer dnl a ie
. .mm. o ps" ard7, o ,ur am ., a
L. t Se nh osi hmep a e sss da to tsm thtl
h me timones toee aaa the aso y o er eRote I s me, as
in = ant e e t o bounda hook., n oab a an t bes
ploy, a orrs ct reor of, tbe m to she eiar s oaea of t '
h o ateoBaIrde an rte re h .m d dshare bem te a bdo N
,ea t he cot o als Treearo of the omp ny, as
'U a emh eesoent tone aof dtk mdl
onmd ah~deans io tr eIseas O rle m pit ao
ios- ant ah e redtyv chaecs, r o
to _for._ II shall hea o ayoftedalth a dero a
asp h t a th m en s otrs I th twuenbtieut of sa, nth ,
e; tled d ostameni of L to Mas and aitro a Ie Cthout
Iarixg Orl c trthe el.M . ple. d moy ponh
Ichi n Lh evae an atI a igid puas e
udthftos . the Aoard of".JoatGit.of ahlz , I
S irst O a O nnp u mteay tICle IIO Motheae
h ie alm eneu frmI s aoeg the selveo s h e shall is r
ta esetlem eptt ineeounr ook In the nm"e of the ut I
Sa S a Te o f u n. sIIIe le tO provba on oo -
os t m sm gd o of th* e of sdkh'tsan oft
eo tWhsad Cb mpas Rseaol ahe ptrtl ml o e oen
e sa w . t he hrutgyk of hh tadage of
r an .To sd ex o e o r shn4t hs por to s..pecial
a: Pasesols thidalo d Oscar seweh to sabds appaov, of a
mbad o aCo tetol ora namrovesand orreay. mr
ll is tr id e at a t me wbie d he tlte o f ahe Comps
oe Sac L rI the evkttent of t residnaion pormefweantabaf y
omihaf of tgrlsonfu th eaa of U nt l e oh tIa
d~d proved S. mgwt " LO' p ro te.. whos shll
isos2 1130111 teeet a ho . mptohu , to nter of'+ th tio ,
ireob a ofm. .N n OmML o the o sIapa shall har tsed
the d t odges ·and tb·eats h ad to sad aomeanf tad a
t d dy a pa" K the M ers skd a.otioaaeo LBardi f le
sp toAf thremofoe ey fswhndl of ihed adIta. itodu
aem I oaos the i da m&lWm ay ak ar , r osh t
at d T ghe nrarthe In eehsdl s th capimt l aosl tsra
r a rto pa ir C ttln s t bowhich esadag ahs oIf
ys at I no tIm dCany t behllld o o fe llaeak
nsoy S Theson. aitd Mutlaane orshalta hao thi at pon a
sitay e -pors e tori ="to t o the eapp va pfI
I nth. dv e T io shars o tI o sit ofD Of ola eah, al ae
aoTh I e 5at 1 mo i t O ac d cail hhall bdrhe pdwsas
ap ; ,, tof aEnd wr ti botong who mayi any , ais h
t prtvil spi an o ln the he s . s for m rs e t u p a s 'no
among th sto ehliid |u thotma e t to the al
ymomt add i or choant. o. Im t -rt ofg
s 1Mi o t taestl gthso th e eesp pf rsa pe il
Ib·Crtl (f ATICLE IIIV.
hltduo onf s Iomkaf sheai ll O hn e hd r b n cl.e s I
hem ofrg o The URat A Desde to eur 1W, D1-C
he to serpai at Drbecore f the of tea., pwhom hall
shall ita many be a ndolsd to a ouns votexndinat ti
d Iom. tl IM t; esnds , f ntil d r e mt.o ry D w rrets a. h fl
O The tairo ot, gm sd 7u shmd bshell assa tlttq Lasb
i- Bo to ntoL Edwar 1 , w ho OREn ,
dimly.ts Gofd co.porstlon that he Board r a orep c. ft.
S T ms of thd B dBo lf Cont r ol t shalt a maoro
otoie ld to tfor nma. aras y de t - alnsan hml
Ia4 offr I lbs t soamelr shall act erlo wmit h.e tr -
en aasigo th Le Ausda S l.obrnssa. ts, wth
mlang o a tmh it Ire lae tp i ac asen of abs tes
shur heyrn m selet, an Charman hopsds ai-. .ther-m.,et..
eyah or dho.yam lhorised Ii, toy as
sell alenmhij~s. llc si. she, forh o fleoftb
k. posLy, to d cmlrate Lhnse, i ob , hp14o tioat
Saii SBiii. Tem heard dl ssm hyoIn r
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