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Three quarrymen in Lancaster
county - Per.n, having been to the
powder honue for a keg parity illed 1
w:th powder, atopped at the smith
shop for a drill, and set the keg
down in the shop, actually moving
the water keg used for tempering
to make roomt for it. The smith
mistaking the powder keg for the
water keg, put the drill, with a tem
pering heat on it, into the powder
when the explosion followed, blow
ing out the side of the shop, and
sending the man who brought the
powder under the bellows, burning
him in a horrible manner, and also
severely injuring the blacksmith and
the two other quarrymen.
... A fight between a rat and two
rattlesnakes-a copperhead and a
rattlesnake-took place at McKees
port, Ohio, the other day, which
lasted seven hours, and resulted in
triumph of the rat. The copper
head was killed, at.d the rattlesnake
would have suffered a like fate had
he not been removed. It is alleged
that the rat showed considerable
gcneralship in the encounter, and
every tiume lhe was bitten would re
tire to the corner of the cage and
bite out the piece from his body.
.. A lady residing in the outskirts
of Baltimore being wakened a few
nights ago by some one stumbling
in her room, she bravely grappled
with the intruder, who was armed
with a razor, which he used in a
fearful manner on her face and
throat, subsequently making good
his escape. No clue exists to the
indentity of the miscreant. The
lady escaped fatal injury, though
she sustained sereral frightful
... The daughter of a rich iron
merchant in Milwaukee was stran
gled to death a few evenings ago,
iwhile attempting ta swallow a piece
of orange peel. She had been re
cently afflicted with dip)theria,
which had so weakened the muscles
efhe4hret 4h"at she mould neither
swallow nor eject the orange peel,
dnit hence her death by strangula
... An insane woman rushed into
a schoolroom in Richmond, Va., a
few days ago, and told the affright
*ed teacher that she had been sent to
0 teach the children gymnastics; and
the teacher being afraid to object,
she put the children through a scr
ies of the most extravagant antics,
after which she quietly departed.
. SLT s .UI DE\ T. -A young
man named George Pelham, living
in Westkill, Greene Co., was stung
-in Tirhear by a honey bee, on Thurs
day v clst week, and died from the
"ect .Of the sting in less than an
hour. It is stated that "he turned
spotted. complained of feeling faint
'and aeured great pain in his head.'
... A citizen of Illinois was recent
ly arrested for murdering a com
anion in Tcxs several weeks ago,
where the twb men were then trav
elling. On his return, he married
the sier of his viutim, to whom he
he had beeni previously engaged,
and wore .the boots of his bride's
murdered brother at the wedding.
.. The postmaster of Oakhill. jMe,
was kilhed the otheir day, by tliling
tolet go of the mail bag as he
pst it to the agent on a railroad
train in rapid motion, whereby he
was pitched forward, and struck his
head with such violence on the
platform that his skull was crusht d
....A little girl in MeIcriden, seeing
a drunken man in the street around
whom a crowd of boys had gather
, edfor the purpose of tormenting
him boldly went among them, took
the nan by the hand, and sharply
reproving the boys, shamed them
into good behavior,
..: A villainous customer was
ouind'cocenaled in the residence of
Judge Broes of Cairo, IlL, under
the Judge's bed, a few nights since.
The Ju~geo id several times sen
tenced the rascal to service on the
chain gang, and he was evidently
... . A MYs I M .-A Bostonian
lately gave a woman a note for
451,00 to'marry him; and iafter the
marug he: got poseiion of the
note, and trejit up, while in this
city, ona wedding tour.
... On TWedpioday eveuing, of last
weoek abhmns Muldoon, of Man
h ,tinied first from a third
tr~iido, thirty-fire-feet, and
dultcon d-' heed He was only
.. The ey able telegrams
of tlhe Brjish Comisionrs, while
Sthey r'era iagotiating the treaty in
W ~Vshington amounted to over two
hundred thousand dollars in gold.
...An rnIndians schoolmaster lifted
wqn the boy drew a jack-i
Etabited the teacher in
idc wnd thatwas the end of
O ·• •~l
FU ANIII FINCI,
A FAxYr Picruns.-At a recent
sale of pictores at a public sales
room, two sanateurs obstinately dis
puted the possession of a beautiful
picture, by a celebrated painter.
Each made bidding against the
other. The picture represented an
ass. At last one of the gentlemen
said, "It is of no use; I will not
yield. This picture once belonged
to my uncle, and I will give anything
for it." "In that case," said his ad
versary, "I will not go on. You
shall have it, as it is a family pic
A Muwyn attempting to quiz a
clergyman asked, "Pray, sir, what
do you do, when you happen to
make a mistake in the pulpit?" "If
I make a large mistake I correct it;
if a small one, I let it pass. For iii
stance, the other morning I meant
to say the devil is the father of liars,
but instead I said be is the father
of law'yer', and the difference was so
trifling I let it go."
A xcTrrrER who discoursed on
"Mind and Matter" threatened to
sue an editor for libel, whose types
had accidentally made him call it a
ilecture on "Wind and Water." The
editor hastened to make a correction
saying that no doubt the lecturer
would succeed in his action, on the
ground that the greater the trsth
the greater the libel.
A GARnDEEn in Albany recently
stated that he had made $3000 by
selling lettuce off of a two-acre lot,
whereupon several venturesome Al
banians resolved to go into the let
tuce business; but when they learn
ed that the gardener had been fif
teen years in making his $3000,
they abandoned the scheme in dis
A corva-TRuYM stopped on Broad
way, in front of the Telegraph office,
the other day, bent his head in a
listening attitude for some time,
and then muttered, "That must be
a darned big clock store, for such a
ticking as is goin' on in there I
ADUTANT-GErERAL DAVIDSO- re
ports the presence of a dangerous
gang of horse-thieves in Texas, one
of whom pretends to be a clergy
man, and preaches every Sunday
somewhere, while his confederates
make off wi t horses of his lis
A SAILOR, whose sweetheart had
a very handsome sit of teeth, at
tempted to kiss her, but she eluded
him, and gave him a box on the ear.
"'Just my luck," said the good
natured sailor: "I'm always getting
wrecked on the coial reefs!"
Ms. HYDE having married a Miss
Taller at Honolulu, and the "jatted
calf' having been killed in their
honor, it gave a Sandwich-island
editor a chance to say that "it was
not the first time cattle had been
killed for the Hyde and Taller."
"YTo must not play in the street
with the boys now, my dear ; you
are seven years old," said an old
lady to her little graudchild. "IBut,
grandma," was the innocent reply,
"the older I grow the better I like
PEOPLnE often speak of a '"quota
ion within a quotation" as though it
were something unusual; but we
should like to know how there
could possibly be a quotation with
out a quotation.
A Doon-mEEEn in Lawprence,
Kansas, has been laughed out of
i the place, because he allowed some
one to pass off a fne-tooth comb on
him, one evening, as a ticket.
A wrrm ssin a slander suit in In
diana having his character ques
tioned, settled all doubts by pro
ducing his honorable discharge
Sfrom the State prison.
I'.give thatgirl a piece of my
mind." exclaimed a certain young
fellow. "I would not," replied his
uncle; "you've none to spare."
A wumrn Editor. has .been
granted leave of absence for the
summer by his subscribers, on e
count of ill health.
An Indiana judge lays it down as
the law of that State, that "suicide
is a State-prison offence.a"
...Iowa is ahead on make stories
for the season, it being alleged that
a farmer in that State has a ben's
eg with a stix-ineh sake inside of
it, "which no one canaoeunt far.
-. .The first thresing-michine e sr
setapin Illinois is awtill running,
and lately killed a manjutmadeet
ually as any of the improved ons -
....Blaek caterpillars have made
tb* ppysarance in some portions
otmeesee in sinch myriad., asin
oaisimmEes stoiop tairn of carr
THE BALANCE WHEEL
4 time second.
t0 times a minate,
14,400 times an honr,
345,600 times a day,
292,00 time a week.
Ie,368,000 times a month,
196,144,000 time a yar.
MORE IS EXPECTED OFA WATCH.
THAN AKS KIND OF
IN MA CHERY.
R must not only run uRl day, butall night ;
at only on weekd!ays, but on Sundays andul
Holidays. It must ru, hanging up or lying
dowacn,-upside dotra or right side up. It must
keep runoing when the twearer sits dowen or
stand up, Wtl.en, he .walks or rides. In fad,
it is expected to do its duty at ell times, in
every place and in avery position.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fulfil all these requirements. I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tick for you
a hundred and tweuty-six million times in
a year, without even requiring fresh oil
all that time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
5 ,wning, 9 wheelLs, 51 Screwe, and 98 other
parts making atllgelther 136 rteprnate pieces.
ALL GENUINE WALTHAM.
W;Ttohem have seven
THE EITEA JEWEmLLED HAVE ELEVEN JEWEL
TR FtLL JEWELLED RAvE 5FIFEES
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
by machinery, The machinery used in
nakna the movement of a single watch
coast over a I',ndred T,t.tsanu, tiSklrs.
yet we sell these Watches, in a solid Siiver
Hunting Case, for S18. The tunme watch
counl not be made by hand and finished
as perfeetly for TEs TImis As 'Ucn.
A Genuine waltham Watch
Is ihterchaungable, like a Springfield rile
that is, any part of one Watch is exactly
like the same part in andther ; and if ten
Watches of one grade were taken alart,
and the screws, wheels, springs. &c., were
mixed together, ten watches could be
made by patting these parts together
again, withnot arty reference to their
former combination. This is a
GREAT ADIA NTAGE:
For, if any part of a Waltham Watch i.s
injured we can always replace it at a
A GENUNE WALTHAM WATCH
Is made with special ref "r:nc . to
Other Watches will run for a year or two.
an require constant repairs ; but
..l Waltham Watolh
WILL RI"N FIITli t LLY
FOR MANY YEARS.
We sell these \Watches,
IN SOLID SILVER IIUNTING
CASES ........ ....... .......... ..........
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING C.SES,$7:
We have preplar.d an
ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST,
which descrilbe the various grates of
WNatehes in detail, gives the w,.igtlt a:md
quality of the Cases. and all other intrm
ation nece.mry for an ie :lin.,nt ik;'tioa.
We wish every one would sezl for it
before ordering a iatckh.
Writefor it as follows :
Messrs. Iloior;l & C(".,
N,. 7t.3 Brooa teay. S.'. ',,L':
Ple.s. u*rd me ,Ietr ll',strtc 1 P',ric.
List . |ldlthem Ilj:drclhes, as peyr adleer
itsemen: ii THE LOUISILY.
(tiign tun: e andl adlr es in full)
1Eeru.e.cI the Lo~aey.
We have sent out over Ire Thou#anl oe
these Watches upon thelse conditions, and
Shave only been asked to refund the money
in threet cases, and not Olne 01 these was
on account of dissatisfacton with the
Watch, but because the parties needed
the money more.
WE NavE no AEarras, a on rmcEs
as TmE sIaxM To aaa. A LCEIDE.T oC
ORGoON Oa TEXAS CAN BUT A WATCI rROmI
U ' AND rr WILL CUWT HIx NO MOs TRnAN 1i
n o usvr. s x NwE YOh ALL THIS Ia.
EXPLAINED I Thn PRZc, Lar.
Special Notice.-we do not sell
Waltham Watches in any Imitation, Gilt,
Plated, Oride, Filled Cases whatever (these
are all other names for llr u or Germas
8ilver'. The Waltham Wlatch is worthy
of a solid Gold or Silver Ctase, and we d,
not propose to sell it in any other.
Lar vr atOE aID rOe a PIan Las.
Aamemsa I rLu.,
HO 'ARD & Co.
Jewelaers a.sl Silcersmil~s,
No. 785 BnoADnwar, Naw YoM.
IBANKS,-- CUND)ERTAKERS, dv:
TEB FIEKBIAN'S SITINCI
AND TRUS' COMPANY
Chartered by the United Sta
PIlrIrPL orFFICE, WAINOTON, B. C.
D. L BATO~N ...Aeeser.
BRANCH AT WNEW OBLEANS L8L
114 naoadmlet Seat.
C, D. STURTEVANT, Casdr
Brak Hours............9. r. to s p. w
Saturday ighb........... to 8 o'eloek.
VICKSBUBG AND BEND&.
Fean Gmmmra, Vmimsau o WD
Lmnes every Tusias , at 5 . x.
Smy ide, Poit,
B. ard, G raLss Leo
ta, Maryland, Caroli, Pilcher's Point
8kipwith, Lake Providence, Transylvania,
Goodrich's, Millikens Bead, ockport,
Vioksburg, Grand Glf St. Joseph, Bod
ney, Waterproof, Natches, Bayou Sa-a,
Baton Rouge, Plaquemine,Donaldsonvile,
and all intermediate and Coast landipg.
The new and magailenat steamer
J. M Wa-rn, Master:
T. J. HowIRD, Clerk;
Will leave as above, and, will lan all
Coast passengers with their freight
Cqpnects at Vicksburg with packets for
all points on the Yasoo and Tallahatchie
For freight or pasage apply on boardl,
A. A. GREEN, Agent,
No. 196 Graver Street.
ST. Loris AND NEw OuRL.ANs PACKET
FOR CAIRo AND ST. LOUIS.
Illinois Central Railroad Packets.
FOR MEMHPIk, CAIRO
anl the Bends -The five
passenger steamers of
this line will leave, as Ichows:
Giving through Iills of lading to all
points on the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad, Nashville and Northwestern
Railroad. and Memphis and Ohio Rail
road-also to St. Louis.
Through Tickets furnished at lowest
rates toall points East, West and North,
by all the various routes via Memphis,
Cairo and St Louis. Staterooms se
cured at General Office, 104 Common
A. A. WOODS, General Agent,
104 Common Street.
C. G. WAYNE, Freight Agent,
37 Natchez Street,
JOHN N. BOFINGER. President,
Bills of lading for all freights over
the Illinois Central Iailroad; signed
at the office of
JAMES T. TUCKER,
apl. G-tf 26 ('arondelet Street.
NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO
AND THE WEST.
fHE ILLLNOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
Blue Line, Via Cairo,
t- ,i, WILL TAKE FREIGHT
e, . Fra Nw Orlceans oin thit
LIEAVING IAILY, AT 5 P. N., FORn
AIRO, CHI('AGO. AND ALL
I'OTNNTS NR( )ITIH, WEST AND
L;A:_T. AT THE LO\Vi:ST
Ali rat'es ail all through lhilL o'
I iin- from New ()rl.:a.s lv ,h" .,v,
r sute pi, 1, sif;ndl a1i r.en'u,.:-a..'
.aely at t it (enetral Oflicea.ct ta: , Cm
ly°Y, No,. 26 Ci:ronelhlt Stret.
Sleilpi.. bh. this ro:ut, ave all dray.
,go mued tr.u.ner clh:trgu at Cattro.
.and their gensels art ealw:,vs euendet
,,ve.r, ndel 11o cha.rges are mia:de for
JAMES T. TUCKER,
G, neral Agent.
da'W iLDNew )Ori:A. C('oast, Bato,
lbo(,,ugeui. d Gro.se Tete Pal
nr.l semi-weekly pase-o.
W. R. OwRTRousr , Master:
JANus McE.aoy, Cleri,
Will leave New Osleans every SArTnrDay,
tt 5 I'. I., andWEDwr.DAr, at 3 P. M.
For freight or passage apply on bonr,
E. O. ME~aurax, 11 Conti street.
DEALER IN ALL THE
and most U.etfl Palents of
We beg to call publie attention tothe
fat that we are now prepared to AUl or
ders for tU latest novelties in the line of
patented goods, and are constantly adding
to our large stock, such articles of real
merit as the inventive spirit of the age
produces, ad the progresmaive temper of
the times deman The ouathera Coua
try especaly, ane these labor-sering
inventions; so our friends in the coUtry
ertend an invitation to call end eamine
our stock of aouanmoae AnD rsax vinr
Inventor ea obtain inoriu~atn
throughour agecy, of the enoeastohe
prsed in ohtaining paLents, the msan
orsnamns or s awr cewsca, Grweur,
meat bee. he., &e.
Appie m. made, and Casveas Sled,
amd ewhaPe es m,
m am s or w m o- vmmn, mn
STAGG A O'NEEL4
iso Cansl ra.
UNION LEAWIE CLUB R
The eem at ~h ib eem p eash
ytemem sad their gp~t eat ?
LM. to IS P. be Iack S e iaured
hilwyt am 1 N. btP. N.
LA Lle, Im Malik ada kethme
THE ONLY AILL RAIL ROUTE
To St Louis, Chicago, Omaha, San
Fransco, St Paul, asams City, Leav
enwoath, St Joseph,
Ad li a ts Mlllt, gat ul West.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the
New Orleans, Jackson and Great
Norther Railroad Depot daily, at T
A.M. ad 5 P. M.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of
(lanail street daily at 8 A. M., via the
New Orleans, Mobile and Chattanooga
Railroad, making close connections
at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio
Bailroad to all points North, East
For tickets apply to
A. D. SHELDON.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northen Railroad, corner Camp
and Common streets, under City
Hotel ; or to
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and
Chatanooga Railroad No. 150 Com
mon street, under St. Charles Hotel.
J. H WINGFIELD.
General Superintending Agent St. Louis.
Iron Mountainand Southern Railroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
The Mobile division of this road will be
opened for business on
Monday, November 1l, 1710,
and passenger trains will run as follows :
Leave New Orleans, from the foot of
Canal street, for Bay St Louis, Pass
Christian, Mississippi City, Biloxi. Ocean
Springs. Pascagonlband Mobile at 8 o'clock
A. M. Arrivive at Mobile at 2:30 o'clock
P. M.. connecting at Mobile with the
MOBILE AND OHIO. and the MO
BILE AND M; )NTGONERY RAIL
ROADS for all points
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20
.A. M. Arriving at C:10 P. M.
Fare Between 'ew Orleans and lobile.
THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN
EACH WAY PAILY.
Freight reeive,1 at New Orleans. a'
the feast of Julia street before 4:30 P. M..
delivered at Mobile early neit morning.
FREIGHT AS L(OW AS BY ANY
For further information. call at the
Gener~al Offire of the company. rooms on
,an} two. up stairs. STORY BUILDING.
eor.lr Camp :rand C.,::n a <trets.
.1. IL liEN:;lIl (.
The New Orlrans, ..rkon, sad Grrat
Northern aotl li.sissipFi Creiral
Run their P;a-ev.'pr C. ola'i ,:; a;' ? 1B
ge, Cm e'ra, their conmbiaa;al l.n;agtlh
BAGGAGE CHE(CEED FR;I31 RE
SIDENC'E TO DESTINA'HION.
The 7 L I. Express Train runs Daily,
lakes close connection, for Vicksaurg.
M-ema phih, St. Louis, Chicago. Loiisvil-.
and all pointRs beyondl. Sleepine ears. at
night. Cantonto Grand Junctin and
lThe Mail Train Ira te rw Orleans hily.
l L P. 1.
Maker scehedule eonnections with Light
ning Exprepn traine, to all points NORTH.
EAST and WEST. Carries the great
Time to New Tlrk, nI HIrm.
New and elegantly fitted np Sleeping
Car' run to Humboldt, Tenneasee. Cleve
land, Tennessee, and Louisville, Keatuc
Epress Train South arrives at 1-30
Mail Train 8outh arrivmes at 11 %5 A. M.
Ticket Omce, Galvemton, Iron Building.
T'chet Omers, New Orlans. under City
Hotel, Corner Camp and Common streets
and at Depot.
E. Q. SEWALL General Superintendent:
J. a MOREY, General Ticket Agent
New Orleans, Jackson and Gnat
D. FROST. General 8uperintendent;
D. B. MOREY. General Ticket Agent,
Miasimil Central Railroad.
S8. scoT, ~Gneed. Parenger Agent
CARPENTERS, FURNITURE, de
JULIU&P. BRO WVN
Cuash. S. Betln m ) I R Boems.n Srks
JsIbsg . AMmdad to 1P dkly.
7.... JUIJA STBRET....78t
wuma m urnin am1 sU M
f . . -a - +r
P U RN IT UR] E,
X~ IAOBM &rrr
WATHMMAIA1W Arp JtWELg-gg
DEALER IN GOLD AND
And Fine Gold Jewelry. Keep always n
hand all delaes and patterns of Gold,
Silver and tel Spectacles and Eye
Glasses. Glasess changed and set to
any pert of the country. Watch repairs
done pry.ptly and warranted. Addr
11 C eroa delt stret, New Orlesas
Feb. i ly
AT OLD PRICES.
AS THE 80U AGENTS in the Uated
States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
we are authorized by them to Glose out
a large line of European Watches,
Chainji etc., now in stock f Cas, at
prices never before known. All besasil
in fnish, artistic in design, reliable or
accuarte time. durable, and of the lates
style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
than east of importation, and o.rwarded
seuely packed, prepaid, to any part of
the country on receipt of price. Money
cn be sent to us by Expres, with or
ders tor Express Co.. to return Goods or
Cash, which will secure promptness and
safety to purchaper. Among our list will
be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, genuine English full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
steel cut hands, engine turn nerl, correst
and serviceable article, large or small size
in complete running order, wiih an
elegant Glent's Vet Chain, Locket and
key, all complete, mailed free for FIVE
A VERY HANDSOMIE WATCH in fine
18 karat Gold plated Double Caewes
imitation of $1(10 Gold Wate.h- t.graved
or plain, genuine English, full plate
jeweled nmovements, adjurite regllator,
correct, and in complete running or
der with elegeut Gent's Vest Chain,
withLocket an:l Key, mailed pro-paid for
only EIGH'LEEN DOLLARS.
The Oride Gold Watch,
IN MASSYIVE ORIDE G(JWLD) DoLubl,
Hunting Magic Slring C(asrs, elrgaxntl
engraved, ur engine turned. Gunuint
Patent Lever movements, fulljeweled,
regulated and warranted to keep correct
time and wear equal to" Gold, prLci
rely like in appearance, make, fInish,
brilliancy of color. $2) Golod Watch.
One of these splendid Watches will be
forwarled: by mail free to any addrees, in
bhandsona m ,rocco ease, lined with elvet
.and satin, tLadies~ or Glet's size Wteh, )for
only TWELVE DOLLAR.S.
Watches for H ,lidriy Pisents manaufic
or -r1 to or C!r.
(GEN'UINE A.MERICAN WATCBES
o,f ,all ~r . in (Gold and Silver Cases,
:r, m $18 tup to $200. OtherGood Watches
",i"Illy low. Wit1h *every C'!ab of si
Wathl:,:s. of nvy kind, a.u sena .In *.xtr.,
"f .,m - kid, :e''. us a J 're,7,ua to g,..ter
.p r : th ('luhb. A 'liperi or C t,,.'k o,: (e
tn1ilne I)rid.,' 1 ?,hi Cir!-d . -, .2 to, .' ,.:acl..
'trr. ut - ruIav Flat to ,l I ie tblha:an-
.l::,r, w .r. te., BllI, f ovi er $12 e,
I '. ol', d . s :. ifl r:r...,l1. l I.I o
12. ,old less, mlut laeci-sh in P. 0.
\; wyr Order.:, or le: i' stre . Lett,-r., a'
,:1r risk. Gods c:mu.r ',l s:".|0, +1. Jrder.
:lul fnrs.ardell prr-p i.i b s. il, or I,
!EIxr.., r r. ipt i tof pr:.e. S e hliv. r
;!.11 go ,, - " ar.telt --. 1. W ,tcth, fs f.rwri',l
,t to hla Ce, .ontladt to lpl.ri:t s kanolt.
.v;"1ei :,rr'-' ch s :'J.:afete.. h tl l'ati as, - amad
No go!,Os t'rtw.tA' r ,ledl-t ,."the, Mil ."';pl"
P.iv-,r. with i i ll t, 'olrrt ran d,.liv,-r.
Puraha.-urs mult Iay t:dll express c:..age
',n go.l la stct C. ii. D). al.so tirretrura
,rf rn:o.v. A!l ('mh a lorrs faur I'.a'
r' , ~a rn :r-4r to damttinli,,u. C;(athogur.
"re. ~addrnsr all orders.
CHA'. P. NORTON .t CO.,
lumprters (;rf Watches. etc.
Emtablinheell 37. l ti Nt Nassau lt., N. V.
GROCERIEU , PRODU''E d.I
('<RmZIa FaRSc3u1AS & Vtroya Sw.
Naw OasJY.EAM, LA.
Imr a lamfn , of Inaa. aul Liquors
A. E wB m. TI.. (. minasB r. a. wAr.
WHITE, RICHARD8 & Co.,
ueramore to A. D. GRIEPP & ,C'..
Relthkut ad Weter Praldce.
10 .......POYDRAS STREET...... 104
0EO. GIGNAC ALF. J)LOURDAIN.
CIGIAf' A1] JIIluil,
Comna ('orrr am Vxzu.xrs, No. 239.
ALWAYS ON HAND
Wiars sa LiqeL
order. prompdy atamded to.
o0....POYDRAS -smW ZT....10
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a sL•.~ W.. on...
144 bAI VTL2ZTat
n. Ti WALg-
S110 ... C ANAL STREET
Near St. Charles,
h'EWi| ORLEAXS, .t.
MEN'S AND BO¥,
(or m1 o- IArU
BOYS AND CHILDREXS
E'S 1.Ib ' aSlITS W..ER TO
Every Article Marked in
Goods sold on "one price' s1ytel
any article purhased which fails to
uatisfaetien can be returual nd the W4
ey will be refunded.
$~iModerate Prices and F4r
Stock to select from ar ome of
the inducements offrAl at
B. T. WALSilE'S
PEHILI SIT? LnD CLOTItnC E'Pgal
110 Canal St., near St. CharleY
N. B. - Letter Orders recive Ir
attention and Ailed C. 0. iD. if da
JOSEPH H. J ILSO1•g
16:3.... CANAL STIEET, ...1p
DRY GOODS. GENTS FI'lRtISigjg
LADIES ROOM F4 R.SilAWIS, CLOAUI
C.RPET'S. MATTIN- i . 1) I .
A visit to the store wa;l r.lv. .i
;tn-,ons wishing to buy al l.,p alhr eien
17. ...CHIRTRES STREET I
t BROifltAU ; & CO', Imp:lrt. r i
Dealera at «hol0aleu and hr:.Il uJr: M
low ,i-c ,
LAOO1I OIL CIT.lT.
Curtain and T'phlhtcrern' IM t1n
Window Sh.l.'. Tn!.l. ',.v.r.. 1Ha
l..ths. L u , 'u rtain. t', ::u . a r
A.ilLiN L I1" ,' "'1 I 't .
.M1S. A. 31. P! Il Iºlsll
FII:ST I'RI.: 11) I.1
$d .1 I I l L A11llIT,
New Orleans, La.
Parti ular attelntion 1,uib t 4!
Inzltif.. tlir#e ei" (: !' I* ,
let ing; alboThuS .il (th td
"rt'enOl'l Uniforlnl1:ub. ti or.
IANC OF THE INEL W 011
Eilporiuoiu 0 o"f F.usioH
IRprtrintl by Mn. 1. bouuik ul
Ira. h. E. Linrols.
OF ALL KI.DS, t'Fl dl,
SUITS IN GRFAT VARILTY
Wr.iplper Singil or J-,ubi. 'udnkd
3)2 of o:.ry deserption., >it ltr
Tr.il ail W alking 'ir -, C i' .
Dniwers, S*wkl, Over Stirl-. Atprog l
Orders take n ,: ,,.t, .
dlrens and Ifantl,' Warl r.ie ... ~WU
Dreem in thbe LAet u,1'-. >,.1
.t short notice.
Il"The TRADE sulppll at .ei t
Sample Roonm, No. tl
AT MRS. A. M. PARRISI
FIIST PIEMIl'l ll Tlil'l,
r Ordiers .spectfully wli'it*L
Ms A. ;nD.tLE
Mrs K E. L£B0
FALL AND 1.'I1.TER
,f every denription. j4 d
3m. 3'.. L .
9.. CIIARTRES 'ITIEET
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