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In to-morrow'a COsasmo, badsdes a large amount of other reading matter, we will pub lihh a beautiful novelette, "Six Inches of Steel;" our weekly fashion article; a long and very entertaining history of velocipedes; a biography of Mr. Lefngwell;Pumpkins; ha morous contribution by Jooko; Shakspearean 1ºevivalis by "Oooasional;" our weekly theatri cal summary; a pretty story entitled, "The t Luck of Boaring Camp," and our weekly Ma- i sonic column. It will be for sale everywhere at 10 cents a copy. The Weeahkly Osatmur, aissued every Sat arday morning, contains the news of the a iweek by telegraph and naml, editorials, p local matters of interest, financial and com macial summary, state of the markets and e a collection of intereting miscellaneous n articles. It is an acceptable present to send o to a friend or correspondent in the coun- a try. Copies, put up in wrappers, ready for td the mail, can be had at our counting-room. p We will receive a limited number of adver- ti tisements for the Weekly, and as the paper h oirculates in all the surrounding 8tates, its w value as an advertising medium is very great. d The Picayune declares that it will take 8 from $20,000,000 to $50,000,000 to build the S' ip Island Canal. To be sure there is atrif ing margin of $30,000,000 in this calculation d' 1lit that scarcely affects the approximate pre- t ciion of the estimate. The Picayune's con- d' clusion is that this large sum is not needed for T thle purpose, because the object can be a.- e brined by converting Algiers into another n port for New Orleans, and the advantageo of o0 this plan are vividly described. It is not b stated, of course, that Algiers would be a sub. stitute for the canal as a method of approach to the city, but simply as affording that addi- Is tienal harborage which the canal would sup- T ply, and which is so greatly needed. All this may be true, but the Picayune has omitted n to give us an accurate statement of the esti- . imated expense of the proposed work.. When our contemporary finds that this work will at c'st from $76,000,000 to $100,000,000 of 0 course it will admit the project to be Imperati cqble, and that it will cost from $75,000,000 tai $10o0,000,0 is just as true as the hip f Iland Canal will cost from $20,000,000 to $ 0,000,000. of p zaon,-Vol. John Knapp, one of the ro p~oprietors of the Miesor aepubliean, and St Ci'pt. O. W. Ford, of the SoutatW Hotel of s * St. Louis, adved in oar eity Monday eveming ci u' he ~emer Mississlipp, and are stopping pe at the St. Charles BoteL These gentlemen m Frahk in the highesht terms of the pleasamre of re tleir trip othe steamer Mlssisppi, and cam- g mend Capt Green, ad his aupeab steamer to aid excellent orew, to the travelfng publi. th We understand that they propose to stay Ice with as for some eight or ten days, and p they mare gentlemen of enlightened views we na 3Inow that they can and will appreciate the eit poslatm e thig spolitical in our midst we -co The distomrs of the Opeloass road have th held a meetg to devise measures for arert u ing the cosequom s of Mr. Morgan's seizurs ty It is ndsrstoed that theattney of thi eom p~uny ha ben tstrueted to apply for a In- qu jnuction, a method which seems to be so uch in vogue now as to thretn everybody i wnd everything with this legal brake. In the tio meantime an effort is to be made to olpr Na mise with the holdes of thieeqacas S~d these expedient. ail, of course the reed will , be sold. The interest of the general publio a, in the matter is that the road should be com pletedin eecdance with the pressing om mercial necessities of New Orleans ad of the section of country between Berwick's ay of and Houston. It is true that the State and h the city own stock in the concern, but i s tol etock which produces nothing, which ean be o sold for little or nothing, and whleh will be neverbe worth anything whilst the read o mains in it present condition. What the So public wants is that ample opportaity Air competition be arAdd so that capital can be obtained to carry out the plan of railroad 4 connection with Tem. Thse who stand in hl the way of this onsummatoa will not find much favor in the eyesa f oour peopgle. The New Yorak Triboune dalmrs ir rig oe. h oau measas e towards the Canadias, in pr respect to the taking of fah c the shores a for the "Dominion." The Tibmn has di she covered ta bsh is "bmiaa fopd"--'ass lo brain a bdt--hme thb e abhlte msi Cl of getting a YM"barl pply fer theae of the to Bepablica pasig weah isetetobiesly d SW eieat in that asdie hT bwanssw, om ethe oYas., d ash firmesty o the Sar of So Unio ca and vl t ha n the 1 et I by tia UM n dt. Sbimk. whsk ei! bMa bat, Am whisk dq he id PMlphi a e Mi. ,e 1a wPa bem e a hia eselr Me , W as ..hwr ta ~ PsAe Yl pvrvor v e eaay, then is alos in another viw of th .M" ssmeaths easemal ainm s Seek ashaec.ads-e, saedes to what they waor In, casemaslusly take 0 the Ikee and aquire asirs ta tbs sys. tear whic they as charged to gadar.ia to eeute. Their whol lthoughbs ow to eo. = tet and palsh the Ya, ad bhow to en fore to the utteri~ agm the eallsetis and tam o, dthe atealravenrw ees. To the a inlet' uand training of talwart mA fih fal watch-dog they add ths inatinets and rla inag of a tieless and maessis aieth bound. The more honest end cossetmtlens they are in relation to their trusts, the moresupeous and hfmeaon they beoom with regard to the tax-paying olsses At length they ontract the habit of looking upon tax-payers of all denomination, whisky manufacturers, to. baeeo manufacturers, or what not, as the no cessary, predestinate and irreoniilable ene es miss of the government which they repr sent-IminaI wretchesb the whole of them, either in act or in medlaten., whom it is their duty to harry and hedger to the extent of legalpossibility, and perhaps a little beyond. Now see the startling signiSfeame o all this. The bulk of the internal revenue taxes falls directly upon productive industry. The quar rel prosecuted by Mr. Creecy and other super : ig agents against the ta-payers resolves In tself neaeeaily ta qumet wih thewealta Spro5ear of the eountry. These are the I , people whom they come insensibly to regard I as a cual ormoral criminals, as publio ne- I miss, into whose afairs it is proper to inquire with secret espionage, and whom it is right 7 eons, whenever opportunity admits, to hunt 4 down, worry to exhaustion, and skin, either I Sdead or alive. HBne the enthusiastic I Seal with which Mr. Creeoy prosecutese - a suspeeted producer of a taxable commodity. l and hence the glorious air of triumph and I d satisfaction with which he confiscates the a goods of a vanquished delinquent. We re- 3 ', r to him simply as an official symbol of the r n unwholesome and portentous relation which I . has arisen between the government and the r e ta-paying and producing community. He d is doubtless highly clever and laudable in a his official capacity. But what must be t thought of the system which in this capacity a he illustratee? As we have seen, it makes - productive industry a presumptive crime; it * makes the wealth-producers of the country I, presumptive enemies to the government. It bodes ultimate bankruptcy for the gov I ernment not less than general impoverish- a Sment for the people. In the nature of things b onerous taxes must establish conditions of Santagonism between the producers on whom r they are imposed and the power which im poses them. The instinct of seif-preserva- A tion suggests their evatn. On the other I1 hand, tolerable taxes can always be collected I without an army of supervisors, inspectors, i detectives, informers, tipstaves, prosecutors b and executioners. In an overtaxed oountry a this gentry, by the very nature of their vooa tion, occupy a position with respect to pro- c ductive industry analogous to that which T the Pretorians or Janizaries of a military t despot oocupy with respect to popular liberty. a The sum of their functions is to repress, a' extort, overawe and trample down. The w nomadio Tartars, when pressed by hunger i on a long journey over barren plains, have da been known to srbsiston flsh ouet from the w living bodies of their milking cows until the poor animals, reduced almost to flesh- pi lees carcasses, would fall dead in their tracks. 01 This is the kind of economy exemplifed in the taxation of this country. Not only the milk, the very flesh is taken from the stag- L gering body of the industrial cow ; but with this notable difference, that necessity does not compel the cruel and destructive pro ceeding. s ns One of our contemporaries suggests that, if what the governor charges against Auditor Wicklife be proved on the trial of the latter offieer, the promptitude and fidelity of the li governor, in acting against him, ought to be recogniztsd. If the governor has saved the State from plunder at the hands of one of the cn set whom he aided in thursting into the In ofoes, he will have done something to eom- tu pensate forhis delinquencies, even though the be manner in which he has proceeded should be th regarded as a teohnial violation of law. Be ha gud for the formalities of law is so natural ek to a people who have been eduoated to regard the law as the safeguard of personal and polut "oel rights, that a riolation in fraction of its 1 prorvisions, or a disregard of its requirement, fo naturally aruses their indignation and ex- vo eites their opposition. For this reason they were at first inclined to view the governor's di oonduct towards the auditor as nothing but m the act of a tyrant and a usurper, and to visit th upon him the condemnation due to acts of ho tyranny and usurpation. And, indeed, it did seem to be the direcot and natural conse- M quence of that demoraliation whioh has per. rvadedthe Radical party, and made Radical-. ism synonymous with perversion and viola-e tion of law, even law of its own making. E Nevrthblss, sinea we amnt ateially ex pst anything else from thesm persons, we t may eongratulate ourselves, i1, for once the law is violated, or evaded, in the interest of the publio. If Wicklife has been guilty of malfeasance in omoe, if he was preparing to carry to even a greater extent, achem s of peculation and plunder, a real good will have been accomplished by ridding the Capi tol of his presence, and a greater good by the oficaia revelation of practices which seem to be the natmural sequenee of the kind of Radi oralism which has taken possession of the South. It Governor Wsarmoth furnishes the W testimony we shall have something to thank him for. If he has violated the Jostittion F( set up by his amoelates, let his essolates hold him responsible .e MismClara Barton wants Congress togive n her two hndred thousand dolas worth of property, aItuate in the Distriot of Columbia, for the beaet of the man and brother, whom y she proposes to ducte for future eongres onal nd presidential duties. The gentle ' Cla is strongly emmende fr the posd ts ad the meaey bythe ereate paternal sBumesr, e skgey enough, the New Yoak Tdbue sgu n to the projec The Tdbne mreed the Fradmen's Bureau enheame " pom l euppest La the ma nd bester, but damese eemIloml old dotenad tnu an- t o am, em when &lpine by thehh may ag d the as e "I hi bat. Whme ae all the pg mmt V thats were to ublnm foth ansd nd s nder the mag le eel Inlstmee Geasesi l aent's uleedon? of Ever since his inagmsaMm they have beS bar fitting awy, the geets M dlashve promises y and of hopes nipped in the bed, beyond the to memihag palt i the pesstve atof a very ike eloudy ftre. Even the New York Tribune T. begins to prophesy harder aame au4, ae to present administration than the country has do. knows ame the plashlg sti I which re m- sulted from the last war with England. The en resumption of speale payment in the interest the of bondholders, to which the new President th. is pledged, is bound to inremse the publio A. debt and the burden ef taxation while propor d, tionately lowering the earings of labor. This are is aknowledg by Senator Sprague, who was ms one of the warmest of Grant's supporters for se the Presidency. He says that the pmsage of sot the inaugural which deslared the coin pay all ment of the bonds to the full extent of their to. he filled him with sadness and alarm; for ne. sucha policy, he contended, could result only me. In the impoverishment of the people or se the repudiation of the debt. Of the as, retrenchment and economy which were air to be shining features of the present ad of ministration there are dreadflly few id. signs anywhere visible. Congress has re is. pealed none of the legislation by which it or Hes ganized extravaganoe and waste. And the ar- Radical majority dare not do so. For the er- party has no hope of success save in the mul. res tiplication of ofies and emoluments and of 1h- opostamites for plunder, as means of at. he tracting and rewarding the swarms of able zd and skillful but unscrupulous men who have ta heretofore served it only too well. But, on [re the other hand, the Radical politicians are It- fearful that a storm of popular odium will nt overwhelm their party unless it shall exhibit ,er very soon great and unmistakable works of tic purifcation and reform. Their perplexity as continues to deepen. Even Grant becomes a bother and a marplot. For they cannot Id make him the scapegoat for the misdoings he of the party as they made Johnson; not as e.. yet at least, nor as long as he shall avoid a he rupture with them similar to that of his pre 3h decessor. In their hearts doubtless they be mourn the absence of Johnson from the presi Ie dency, and curse the presence in that place of in a man whom they cannot denounce as apes )e tate and traitor, and so cannot use his name ty as a mantle to cover their countless sins. it The New York Herald special cable telegram says that the Duke of Montpensier has been selected as the new king of Spain, and that he it will arrived in Madrid within a fortnight to assume the duties and perils of royalty. Montpensier is a Bourbon, but of the Orleans r branch, being the fifth son of Louis Phillippe, the late king of France. 1- SoUTHE; InnUCA.T O N.-The Memphis a Avalanche of the 17th nlt. contained the fol. ir lowing; d Col. E. I. Yerger, of Jackson, Mis., has ar Srived in the city and is stopping at the Overton Hotel. We learn that Col. Yerger is here on c es business connected with 4 great immigration 7 scheme projected by him, 4hich is pronounced c by able and competent judges the most perfect P and practical in its details of any scheme of a like u - character which has been-presented to the publio. h The great subject of immigration is now engaging the attention of the best intellects and most ener 7 getic men of the country-in fact the grand r. necessity of its enooeraqement Is apparent to all, and we congratulate Mismioaippi that one of her ablest sons as taken this matter in hand, which e will doubtless be pursued with his accustomed r success, energy and abilitty. The sobeme is not yet before the public, beut when developed will a dieplay a strength in itself and in its supporters - a which will doubtless command it great success. We weleeome Col. Yerger to our city, and will heealy oo-operate with him and his friends in the - patriotic move. Col. Yerger's proposition is one of great importance, and we hope he can be induced to address our citizens upon the subject. CoL Yerger is a well-known citizen of Mis sissippi, almost as well known, perhaps, in Louisiana, as in his own State. It is under. stood that he is coming to New Orleans with _ the intention of addressing the people on the subject of "immigration "-a subject which naturally enlists public attention. If he has any plan that can prove effective in attracting to the South the capital which is embraced in r strong arms and honest hearts, he will be listened to with respect, and will find all the eneonrgemnent that he can desire. It seems that one of the resigning Demo crats was defeated for re-election to the Indiana Legislature. All the rest were re turned. They will resign again if an attempt Sbe made to force the fifteenth amendment I through the Legislature before the people bave had time to pass upon it at a gener.ad election. The new collector of New York has had 12,000 applications for offae-eo that one fourth of the "trooly loil" patriots who voted for Grant in that city want to have their reward in the way of a chance for a dip into the revenue. The proportion is much greater here. Grant got 278 votes, and ed there are about 3000 npplications for custom-. e house appointments. Cuowu PsosTarrs AT Aucrzon axs DAY BY Massas. NASn & HonusoN, Accvowmas.--By re ference to our advertising colamn. it will be seen on that the above firm will make a sle of oholoe sad desirable improved and improving properties this day at 12 o'clock x., at the St. Charles Auotion Exchange. A perausal of their list of sales, In another colums, will give full parUculanrs as to terms, locations, etc. Buy the only sewing machiae fit for ftamily use, the Grover & Baker. Warranted for five years. set Quilter, braider and hemmer given with each ma ohtne at 18t Canal street. We have Just opemsd a beaitni aeeotmt o f the sbove mi amed ods, and mea roll th ma Bee LOW IOw L UL to. P3185,. ithey wee. boast at memt rOROCD sBALE In mw reWt. U. A. mUrASLMAN d* O., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CASH DBALEBR -0 FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 5e mt 5es....xAUrEi8 r5a35....86 mad see - T oe e&............... e Pe 4, no. o er. oa s.am arav . Cl Teatt Leemied 8peuter Hoe itn tohe v fr e SDmit. heat c QU1oR at the bere saBsme 3md of l2. Badt Plme k specarle al aps ptadmes to preserv erier. Ps.az u is , ra amme weaso. In a g . amn aswd ? bos a - a s1mne em emmt- a bob d1 T a. lo M3 3 lmi h sms mTmm s Me iem eho mo So qin me - * m a a.. es. am" a . ,a et.d 7 Ape l. Omal dibefl ato has 7re sm eme wefaoessin sImeeMtiySM - tsepoS abi I aswim yd, -a MI I oepst M Lho he me abo -we alaesg. w leolsa Brm at. )als A One w sai- As eaes Paestosbls I wli tSa a mest Ithreesh bs pa.s pssdat s whe p p i npt I as be ea ot toant wams o.at asoametersm. been am seem st of l thio br saw pmtaielesm elm s dekasm s ptis epse hbseby Armed that I am Mhu ad readyi a mba s or- explomatim senm sey r ow yo I did mc paW. o84 be wLho seemm mas of eer entig dama my ese oaths that whlb ,lab Le4 :u. F" ISRAEL GRIPPFFING BERRYT, for Lea LG cSerry A c I of for NEW LICENSED HOUSE. for " E g ede oa s memts Prmashed Pro. e HOUSE OPSN DAY AND NIGHT. bd.ud OJdadI$=" a 5, *ew L cUrOMHOTroSE Wr'REElr. rO- The werod-smewan 9 IIVTOTAT ad SPSITUTAL rP HYCICIAM. bst"e glt I eeting hM .soot naoof the Sdisasn rysi and the y power delog aseeml All. shrmeao r wp .mht Pwers d Mrin revial l. onoM , .. IMADAME OAPRELLO of uI oaa.h..o.s.s.eeast at ole A'.e e to r ameb ra Ye -or ,s3 on THIRD GRAND FAIR. Ire - ril h T leapeilatendu of the dtIrentDepirtaeots will be sI bit the GOUND eh day, froem the of let ofr pr l UIn the Speman ofa tihe etr. For tlhe purpeeo eeadguing epete Ixh'bliors. e XHIXrtlORS are no seed to mnake their edMres as one lot and secure space. a The .ew r El Dorado, SIO................. Chalses osee ................ s of The First Idclnsed House open under the New Law. o ALL BANKING GAMES PLAYED. luors and Intoxicated Person not allowed to Play. m Those opposed to Gambling are ivited to call and examine n THE NEW EL DORADO, 1 59 tt tharsS o.traet to Carollsq Peas, FOR BALE BY EMILE DUPRE, b"te Merehnat, No. SA Peters street. 0, Corner of Cuatombease, New Orleams Jusat reeived, and for Bal.la lete to salt parobasers, a large and select acsortmeat of Frish and Genuine COWPEAS, i FO SALE LOW. Carpet W areeoase. s...................SHARTRE STEE.................. o A. IAOSAIU A 00., Importersd, e at lw patee, II CAPRETING-hagllsh ead Amrles., of all kinds; Floor, > Piriture sad Enaml OIL CLOTH; MATTlNG -800 roll d China; Io0 ueass oeese; WINDOW A1/; Table ad mi t Piano Covers; Orumb Cloth--Drugget. Isa and Fanl; Cao 0e -Ice. Reps, Wasted. Damask, Ate.; Pa rhare GOwer A o. tag-Idnem and Cessn. empapd; Cortee.s. Bandas. Ptn. ss. T .Mlf nery Goods. LI A F. TUJAGUB, h 14 Chartres stre ets, (Up tars) . d Straw " ioeq. och* e l fprbt*lo* e h 11 hoale d a Conatry mllnln ers ad mecchtase amir lnvr . ed to cull d ema.. booths so Reat. w 0 Ncakrcs ArD AcmaCuLtyLA FAIn AssoctoysAo or e O at M ' Insttute . Parties weshingto rent Boo]ths a the Fair Gr onds for the Scoming State Fair, wll make applieatio. at the Oaen of the Amociation. whel a plan, leaing saId Booths, is new open for insyection. LUTHER HONES, Seretary. e To Travelersa D w. WESTERN AND SOUTHERN STATES. I. -P . WE A a mean of neutrallsing the deeterious proporotous of A unwholesome waler, the Ps O. SCHIEDAM AOMAITIC SCNIAPS, manfactied and Xmprted by Ne. 33 Deever Street. New Yost, Is absocItely Ivmlblle to the traseltu - d 1euidgat of the S outhern and WetgrI Statet. I It will telallibly prevent the dysenteuic and laznstve dli. Irder e which .attak anee whio L the lb tiS of lb Illa slapplt. the Ohio, the Alabama, ad other Weier Id So thern rivers. It. moderate tue will prerent Ag"e end Pevr; it atirmulate, t a modeate degra , the DIlgerse Organ. and enables the stomach to reesot the otherwise claolotrg trfloerre, of the varietIes of water which travelers encounter on a Jerne. Nor i. this giL U, the espcsere la the World newspape, published in New York, who had various liquors anatysed oons tonmaid city, went to hew tha arly all we more or that Is the came I a large city like New Yoik, what mst it be In ceuntry hotels In remote parts of the soabby. In the Sreneirp the traveler has a pare lIquor, whch s bdernd by the leading physicians of the Unoted States. Prol Chne A. Sealq. one ot She ArS ahsist I New OP York, oad who wm employed so eaalyne fic the World, sep: "I have been umable to dlieoei in WOLFE'S CHAFFS any tra of the deletedo a ubtaes which a smeimes mupted in he aiato of os. I w e hesitteCh to ose myself, nor to recsuwead in ethe i sr medcinal Ipr. poem, as an arealset and unobjectoetble vmarty o gla." N. 3.-The mrepus eeatteee the pIbite aglnst the purt. oe, lmhoea eam iufembeus t which Iced ihewhole leethern ei-l AI sec CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. - Ne o. R.'. IA 1 O the let of lay sent thin 3mbk will sq0. uoeaeioo il esmuiic. iel temi- ds eseem e obiedI at be ty, beismed by theaew otemi, Jeaem aI eat enth. em allbned Osapeap emi by th New O1mi Ope'emm me Oneat Wenta Waeie compeep, .3i Ibew dol the em eIm ae sei ea p b tering.. er be -bbl e i la a THOb. LAYTON, eJe a. asu, aU. AU., Oabe ead Deieam- 3mim o heat, m er abel she tip 1*U IL DASAB AND IWTA abe r I InriWTSw * AW als" 1aN. ear wa=ms wa s awaom --er me LADIES OF THIS CITY. FAL ave All Ial del fis. L. s. 9QMTALL, Paeriem Mrs. J. H. UTAUFFK, TiecPe.sPse. MN T. I.L BATNE. Uemal., Mr A. BiOUIIAVU. Ms.1 W. G. IOMINb01. oammittee ea Uesemw s Mrs. K. Bu. BADY, Mkr GIMA. Mu. ISAU FIr, Its. NOUsIAU. arn. r MORGAN1 as. TZIGG. KIy ELAB0. Assalt. bJ the f.olowin Gealsme m As: To xeutiveo Commlttee. Gsm. . T. Beeumsgard, Joe. BMiW W. 0. .ichols, Mlehel Masea, Ohe. ammediy. To Ommttee ea Basmes. L. . Fomta'l, T. L Bqyne, A. Broaesesa, J. Boliag, * . Mllandon, C.I. G1 Brdy, W. . Pk .L B. Braiy, 0. In L.mvrte W. C. COlb To .esl Commats*e. Adar GOims, Bwnry Lewiam., John Orlckerd. Y. akssdt. To Commlttee e Reaeshe Thomas . nms. W. P. ilbs. T. L Mason John Clabaes, Commmttee ea Em~asralmee. Edmond sealonde. W. U. Own, J. IA Brams ,r ab-C.ommotte em atertatam.nts. ad OH.Behan, A. Whis 0. DeLss, F. N. Wharton, Louos Trion, T. L ClOkd Alfred Orima, T. A. Smut, A. ]. Brndagir, Gustav. Pitot, B. Z. Barnt. W. J. Eas - W. Vn Pbe!, Idward Cbhapns, J. Xathe, eao. Drp , G. T. Beanrard . . Feslea., Ar. Blanc. John Dasagr., G. Zahn, Germaifn Vineot, P. Ilbomiss, . Mihor, H. Renshaw, Jr., Heary Hall, W. Plakard; Frank ing, fw.dE O'hrm, W. Katsedesm, i W. sess. A. Boi er oEa. a Jobs LaUads, A. Pa"., !. F. asdssde, B. LM. Hadson, L Keeh, . Bald, F. . Ogde, PFrs Avuso, C. Da.egay, J. LLris, P. Vlet", 1L or ppa W. F. Ketly, AmdIre Numbs, sa Memmsimn. Pall ebel. 0 Commasteetl m n ee.., M. . o. Nortae. W. H. eft, BLebRichard Taylor, J. ML WimlspeOa S. C othLff J ( dabs,, J. Plnkneq mith. . W. Wa , J. 8. Lwla. commaIttee of seee.ee.. T. J. Seaes, J. 8. Staiser, . A. TFb D. W. Bricked, lhos. Layton, . L7. 0m.ge Chaer Caamrse, .5. Watoa, Ob(te habl w.e. Qostsa, A. Fert, U. a. itha a. 6duri , 0.A. hleeomnb, t N Oh1. ; B. A. Foul, Carl Ka.h, J. G1p, O. A. Astn. W. Nadesmiem, U 3lr, F. w. Tilia. Hesry Papbadl, mwai 3 , Wm. iger, GemeYalWiesa, Gsesgs, 'I A. B. Gvold. John Nt B. IUms. , Stesphn chOblrea, c. Ohiam.; T . GO.mes Pau Forlche, The Helhma, P. usiu o0. I. w. . harpL, ... fJemrs. LaksOto 1e Par . omer. 3.3 Wsshek, Joehn A.Pe, John T. Moore. I.. Lwis David Wale, Johme. Cowos , JAmism, Devtd eCoerdd. IL3, l. r lBs, MONDAY, MARCH 29th. AND CONTINCUIG Ue.. and -or rue- za BLAFFER BUILDING, us: 30 and 05 coal stres t. A GRAND BAZAAR OF VARIOUS AMTICLES AND EWNKNNIU ON ETlwl EvaEaIe WIING TEN W ~ CONCERTU AND DTHER ENTERTAINMENTI, OGIVER WITH THE EIZDLY VOUNY AI 0 - DURN SIP, the Clebated letsi -woO u Au Cute the Dirsah esd Ms. P33VCL **E3 HAD sein T z cN w 3 Aa UA)I.ULTUBJXI, ratNs AuSOATION we on r ab T ii A AX ee . .FAb 50R3R, are wtaee.at Ir Tuisty, Ap£ m "IP TO OOQROR USRT PIIL aBr sellar, o1 ekIme ktol, bum pats w K Ustel US.sd ere ileqemd Mo s. tbmetrstlee atsaest w OMoWf w Aesedtlm, M Neckemim' Imet whets the wryoWA lesm asepe ta fa~ Wba wat Ro wrd Premiur posbp the yak, w uumm of 3abssaN. Utemmblesan -i tebeate t~hoth megaDtomelay e-eis to w seRag tterse thid A*a upteal remr th Ferdblt ther mel mm. RurIT DMZ- TTUSAV, APRIL 4. IOW PlyrRebsu mam~b , Odae by R.. A Imaalr Vc. AN Ase Dr"1i.kse, emedeteg mtoupy, -..balm Implumeto, meelami mamma mY14te, r w.1 ec ruba .fart, eat b sil osM tosps t l atLo Ibies dally, &gs the esmagto thedeelugethe leb. Zahagies to theArtea..ery o doses 12 too'dclrb !}tats of Ipoedes wathe Zeta. back s1 maagel a e'dreL To thb diete.................................. o the mood Raw....................... ... i3 N. oatruase.a R.. e IS $-4o be no aseedloug teos rdtuluotbe Rlaebtleghe Club; Stn. te rL Prumimelm w be eff .d :' avI6pui Restig. WUDUD aAT. APRIL v. Iame Ruth... DeublsTe fem it Wegestu mile heegl, sowni to drise rule wh teas erepeka efwlaot. Fet aLest ieuble lAt am. Ybo r Adtista to add a Sirs Pitcer. iesamd-VYeletpede Zags. BOAt ofl-4v~ek tw AW aim esed th trash Ret NoUmtk d: M .t.. Tr. m rrrr. r At ! e'doL, a Gread Dtpl.ay of am o the doelpede wit take lace in* thArnmo. Te the meat ps.ee wl skillful rol an the vule Prafm....................... ................Hils Golet Trialof Speed or the b·ar, 3% r t F!RI 31 S RDLU RA&CE-`Two milb eshra al., NORM Irep.w wot tI f- eel thee I. tiara. Pi~ h~~m . ms-i firmI N. utrem ~~fQ~~lb ~ it-3dk fb~~i hrm Fee. UNCOOWD RACE-Doubt°fs. 1eu,owe ewadi d1rfe togethes stem thlrty days pdlfw to the aee; onls to hdrie KIDe ba, ureatlu to rus. ?r um............. .................... (arme Gold Cobl FRIDAB. APRIg 0. Trwtt t Uses, Pr emum ................... .......m........ $300 $............t. .............: e. t a···~0 ~ ;, We bats beShiestks.ad ,e it- Ps"i e l. ltrut b teeWaeetawart. 1 SFNCILL PFRIDU OWVRRN ST E. A. VLRU. Yts Who Oak k Veor elpj Deer. oa le berne; etm W AITUDAT, APRIL 56, .55. we-ms.me FOUR bUITA)LM PIRICER. Flot Voelede. Roes: k'remlnm.-a cup lao dhe wh bstoe. male @tIo th twerse tsme mee around 1tl track witwties imco h bet t ah psad u ta sling to the eered Vedpede Reae: lemI Uweseteke..ml/s besw, beetie. to flw Fweman-0ue of lldeslg U. Danl.e Veeswlee; aot kmthela tW t .tit. SUNDAT. APSRL 11. 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