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ear tle rosponsibility of up
the daortcoming. , At. a word from
prc ident McComb these gentry I
1w pcrsuided to remove the
1hqt.Kle, for they khow very trell 18,
hat in case of refusal to comply. the
. n I their sleeping cars would he
1 left behind. del
But if what we hear of the con- doi
duct of the New Orleans and Mobile an(
r ,al be true, they committed a Se(
ire iter outrage than the other com-Alt
They refused to permit t
inmen to return to New Orleans ed
W() hail been permitted to visit a Lit
chIbriiug city on the company's Pr(
Ac
e1r7 This company has received
. iad valuable franchises from 1
t! st te, cstimated at several mil- mt
(f . ( dollars, to assist them in tht
t:,.;r att;iupt to make m'Iney by Li
err' m passengers, freight and f
10.1s. The State alone has done an
(,u;Ingh to build all the road the sai
company has now completed and in lat
thi
Suning order. And yet they deny
t) thiree citizens-minembers, we be
1 v., "f the Legislature who voted
the liberal subsidies, the most or- lai
uLmarV accommodation, even when sal
t,. pricu of passage is offered to be '
pr
prar ino
If the men who now mismanage
thI., r'old believe they are acting te&
'.r thu interests of the owners, they Si
a rr in their judgment so widely as th
to render them unfit for their posi- jj
tins. They are inflicting fatal be
lamage upon their best interests, a
reudering the company lia- c
ble in heavy damages. With what Or
grace can President Raynor come Ai
b'forc the IAgislature next winter 'in
t a4k for further privileges, after of
he his permitted his employees to
!w duic' -irteous to the people's re- al
swftatjits, in the persons of Messrs.
An in. t'Geddes and Johnson. If in
tY., , ,, consent that their money
s tal l- t ken to build a railroad, ti
Gat private corporation may reap to
the p!,n" .Iry benefits, they have i
raa rdIte right to demand the or- fa
minary pirilegts of travelers, if they
pay for :liem. Bu~t if these roads
tro to he auilt at the expense of the it
a LU' Le Kphe, merely to be run for a<
Cis convnieinc of a portion, it is t
tini to consider the propriety of It
it ilasng the su 4lies.-N. O. Re
"r
THE COURTS. b
r,"I 'TiRl(1 COT'hT-THE Q tSTION
(T PtBLI( PINTIYNG. p
in thde naw of the State on the
S.: of Johnt E. Lec t %s. th(
'tiv r. Judge n)ibbie this riorI
., 4sivered a (Jicisiont refusii g ,
'." -renuptlorv writ of niadimls't Ir
J for. It, his opinion Judge o
'Ic b reviews the case as follows
'gel; tor is the lprolpriethir of the u
." be'le liag, a newspaper pub- II
-'.d at AhIevil!e. Vermilion u
o-i-h. He has a contract for pub- i
i rinting under tr" laws apjirov- U
*i.duty '24, 1J 8, and February 3. I
1',:. Thd first of these acts au
to rules the Governor, Lieutenant Is
6 ruor and Sphaker of the douse I t
t ! 'presentatives, or a majority of -
-iA s, iio make a contract with some
n'r'n as State Printer, and to
ws e and contract with the owners
I.! r-aprs in the parishes to publish
ie- iie ' and journils of tho Legis
s * ir;uch papers to 1)0 the of
fio I penials of the parishes.
inler the p~rovisious of this
''it'- the hills for printing were
irulht. by Jhe State Auditor. It
as matter of history that num
-ias fraude iwere committed by
L I-r on then holding that office.
Thr rfor'e the Legislature enacted
t;.e I .w alpproved February 3, 1871.
A uin:ormu rate of measurement
ru iiiid, and, except in the enee of
t *t It" Printer, the act contern
P that the work shall be done
t he supor1-ision of the Gov
try. r. the LieutA'nant Goveernot
a:-] ni. Spe2-ier (of the Houms. It
'8 lpr' *iiie tlhat they shall approve
iii Ibi i''4j!st the State for such
at a runner that will secure
u Ifo~ pivuirit to sll pessons or
I p-rh conitracting to publish either
I j 3.ini i' or I .ws, and the Au
l'uL . P lie Accounts shall,upon
** --~ition of such bills or ac
U L-s, duly approved by the Gov
rnuir Liuctenaint Governor and
S1 iktr of the House of Represen
&tit 4 issue his warrant upon the
Stit,. Trea.-urer for the full amount
The rel'ator avers in his ptition
ttun ler his contract, he has per
fiii 1l'wor-k by printing arid pub
1sii tho laws, as required to do;
th uth bill or account amounts to
-n Iiou-uad six hundred an(I
tinrt, -'ur dollars, ($1634) and that
ti, mi accoiut has been approved
.YV t Lu proper officers, but that the
- to his r(-fused to issue a wnr
rat to him as required to do by
ti st mute af' resaid. Wherefore
I- iCi a1, for the writ of mandtamus
up1 the Auditor to perform
iiiilty imposed upon him.
i n Atturnei' General,. on behall
i're'pondetjt, makes return,
an If fr reason why the mandamus
.1i< nit be imide peremptory,
*~'5: Th:at even if the sum claimed
isdue which is denied), the Au
orcannoL warrant. therefor, be
the ai* o ift 11* not been ap
In.. by the ti v-'rnor of time Statei
(. Lnsanaxa, as meqjuired by law.
TIme respondient has nothing to
il with auditing the account. for
lrinting. therefore, he cannot set
up tthe daim is u"dAna. The
shly question to be decined is wheth- -
w thb bills hve-bee. -propwiy sp- Ci
proved. On triali4 was admitted
that on the 23rd day dt June,
1871, Gov. H. C. Warmoh was in
the State, but on the 28th of June lai
he was absent from the State. Cc
The relater offeed in evidence a lai
detailed bit. This aceount is in
dorsed, "Examined June 21, 1871, of
and found correct. Cieo. E. Bovee, on
Secretary Printing Commissioners, bi
Also "Approved June 24, 1871. G. iul
CW. arter, Speaker of the House of mi
Representatives." Also, "Approv- ini
ed June 23, 1871. O. J. Dunn, en
Lieutenant Governor." Also, "Ap- efi
proved Jane 28, 1871. O. J. Dunn, ex
Acting Governor of Louisiana." 1
If these approvals were otherwise of
sufficient, it seems to me that they he
must be considered defective from re
the fact that the approval of the th
Lieutenant Governor was first writ- TI
ten on June 28, He could not act
in the double capacity of Governor of
and Lieutenant Governor at the nc
same time. it may be that the re- PR
lator would be able to explain of su
this alternative, but in the absence 0
of such explanation in the record I C
would not issue the writ. at
However, an examination of these wi
laws relative to the public printing m
satisfies me that the approval of the cc
acting Governor who has first ap
proved as Lieutenant Governor, is th
not' sufficient. C'
The officers named are constitu
ted a special'commission for a spe
ciffic purpose. The Secretary of
State writes himself Secretary of Ti
the Printing Commissioners. The
first statute, which seems to have
been carefully prepared, authorizes
a majority of them to enter into
contracts for printing. But the sec
ond law, which was enacted at the
time of the impeachment of the late
Auditor, who was accused of fraud of
'in the measurement and payment of
of certain bills for printing, directs b,
the officers designated to supervise
the public printing and to approve '
all bills. JC
These several official acts of giv- n'
ing printing contracts, supervising 01
the printing and auditing the bills, 11
do not come within the constitu- o'
tional duties of the officers designs
'te4.
This is particulary shown by the r
fact that in making the contracts r,
aither the Governor, Lieutenant
Governor, or the Sheaker, may fail
to act without affecting the contract.
It would he otherwise if they were C
acting uniler their duties as consti- I
t'itional officers. But in the mat- C
ter o° the apl ro-al of the bills, the 1
law has provided that all of the a
c commissinuers must consent. There e
'must be an agreement of three tI
minds, not of two.
This provision, it seems, should
be interpreted by the rule applied d
to corporations. If a nuinb&r of
persons are appointed for a pariic- I'
dar furpose, all must act.
Muring the absence of the Gov
raor from the St:ite the Lieutenant
-iorernior perfornis such executive P
,unction as the constitution and
laws have i;np'ed upon the head
e t t h' ;' cntrve dopartmnent.
Flut in this case he is net called 1
e upon to act as Chief M3gistrato,
i but to take the place of the Gover
n nor in a board of commissioners; to i
become one of three of which he ir,
- one. The law contemplates the
a t on of three.
1, The return of the respondent is
It I sufficient. It is therlfore ordered
se that the peremptory writ of viand
it -muis be refused.
o COMIERCILIAL.
Wednesday, July 12-,11:30 A. x. .
SjCor-row-The sales to-day em
hrac.*d 1400 bales, at steady price..
SWe sc -ordingly repeat our quota
to .is and give also the Exchange
I Average Exchange
Lists. Faguruei.
5.Low Ordinary . .. 20'13j -
O 'rdinary .........14 (o15 14*
1 -ood Ordinary...16j('pl6j Pbt
1 Jow Middling.l .~ 18(a 19 1i1
it Middling..... .....MJ)(a,20l 20
sf~trict Middling.-. (a
rood Midilin ...
SUOAR:
(lGood Fair, lb..... .......11 c
k Iellow Clarilied .
)l tair........... .....
[t Iclly fair...................111
SWbite.... ..... .........13
*hMOLASSES: -
Roceied to-day 24 bbls.
re PReboiled, plantation, pl gallon. 2O~30c
atl3BUTTERt: -
Li- (naice' Western, 'ji lb . 21(23c
(j oshen . 32(@34
C
v-SPECIAL NOTICES
rn- rHE FIRST WARD REPUBLICAN
T 1MOTHER CLUB h'eld a speialmeet,
Thbe Club wan called to order by the
>nPresident, Mr. Thomas Isabelle, and alter
Ldoptii* the new Constitution. was ad
brelse yHon P. B. S. Pinchback and
by . sllaMarinEsq., who delivered able
.0; ' id eoqluent speeches.
to IThe following resolutions were offered
ri by Mr. Charles E. Chevalier, and unani
iat Wa ian ptd.S misguided men calling
ed themselves Republicans haie organized a
he cliqie in the Firnt War for the purpose of
usurjping the rights and privileges of the
Mother Werd Club; and
Whe'rea.-. At tlhe installation of the rega
)re jlarly elected officers of maid Club, said
us muen voluntarily serolled themnselves as
g, memikrs of the First Ward Mother Club,
he it
Reiolteif That the Secretary be lnstruct;
Lalfl ed to er~agefrom the roll the namnesof J.
rn, C. Miller. August Perin., Daniel Orowley,
ins Louis Wdis, W. .5. Wilson, Joseph Jones,
A. Camnpbell. Richard Fleming, 1. B.
rHamitor, Richard Thornton and lawrooee
Lu- I fesol'ed, That these resolutions be pub
be- lished in the New Orleans i Repedbide and
LoersaitMx: and that a copy be meat to
'P the Staite Ceiitr.r Committee of the Be.I
ate Ipnbhcan Pairty.
rHOMtS L3ABELLE,
f or A. (py from t*e minutes.
SNew Orlas Jay6 187L
Cast for a Southern States Con- I
o. the
The following preamble and reso- 181
oiosweeadped b y the State a'
ConenionofGeogi, eld isAt-.
lanta, Frebruary 3, 1871:
Wananms, The peculiar condition e
of the colored people in the South- pul
ern States, growing out of a corn- An
bination of local causes, does, in the ecs
judgment of this Convention, de- use
mand a more practical understand- i
ing and mutual co-operation, to the of
end that a more thorough union of the
effort, action, and orgaisnation may
exist; and Be
Whereas, We believe a convention led
of the Southern States would most nit
happily supply this exigency and I
receive the cordial endorsement of tat
the colored citizens of said States; fol
Therefore, Pu
Resolved, That we, the members sh,
of the Georgia State Convention an
now assembled, do authorize the do
President of this Convention to is- an
sue a call, in the name of the said w
Convention for a Southern States d
Convention, to be held at such time se
and place as. he, and those with pu
whom he may advise, shall deter- the
mine best adapted to the public of
convenience. ant
The above is a true extract from to
the minutes of the Georgia State ti0
Convention. mi
J. S. S'rowv, del
Secretary of the Convention. s
-- c1
To the Colored Citizens of the States the
of Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware,
Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Lonisi- Sta
ana, Tennessee, Maryland, Missis- be
sippi, Missouri, North Carolina, te(
South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, ga
West Virginia and the District of an
Columbia: thi
Having been deputed, in pursuance
of the above resolution, as President thb
of the Georgia State Convention, and St
by the endorsement of the distinguish
ed gentlemen whose names are sub
joined, ire do hereby call the above p,
- named Convention to meet in the city pa
of Columbia, South Carolina, on the on
18th day of October, 1871, at twelve 70
- o'clock M. . At
As the Convention did not advise as do
to what should constitute the ratio of es
a representation, we suggest that the fo
respective States be representatively ap
portioned the same as they are in the th
Congress of the United States, to wit, cli
One delegate from each Congressional TIC
District, and two from the District of
Columbia. The several Congressional
o Districts will elect their own delegates,
e which elected delegates may mert and
e elect two for the State at large, unless
e the respective States shall otherwise
provide by Stato Conventions. N
Those who may be accredited as k
delegates, should meet the Conveution
prepared to remain in session one
wF ek, if necessry, as questions requir
ing maturt deliber..tion will doubtle >
come before it, and should not be dis
e posed of precipitently. Y
ri Most R.spectfully. II
11. M. TU 1NER, J:
Pr. sidont Ga. State Convention. I
d Macos, Ga., May 29, 1871. L
A few of many gentlemen endors
n ing the call:
s Aluh<ama-Hon. Jaines T. R'picr. S
0 Aransais-Hon. J. T. WLite.
Deiatrare-Howard Day, Esq. T
d Florida-Hon. Johnathan C. 1
I. Gibbs, Secretary of State; Hole. V
Josiah T. Wall, Hon. H. S. Har- .
mon.C
Gco'-gia-Hon. J. F L~on , Hon.
Edwin Beicher, Hon. T. G. Camp
b ell, Hon. J. M. Simmns, J. F.
SQuarles, Esq.
A' esatuchy--W. H. Gibson, Esq.,
a G. W. Dupee, Esq.
a- Louisiana--Hon. P. B. S. Pinek
;e back, Lieutenant Governor 0. J.
Dunn.
ge Mlaryland-Isaac Meyers, Esq,r
SW. M. Perkins, Esq., John H. But
ler, Esq.
Miaeissippi-Hon. James Lynch.
Secretary of State; Hon. E. Scar
brough.
.North (Carolhna-Hon. James H.
Harris, Hoii. George L. Mabeon, J.
eT. Schenck, Eeq.
gotdh Carolina-Lieutenant Gov
I ernor A. J. Ransier, Hon. B. C. De
Large, Hon. H. H. Cain, Hon. Jos.
Rainey, Hon. B. B. Elliott, Hon. F.
Oc L. Cardoza, Secretary of State.
l h'nncere-Abram Sitiith, Esq.
Alfred E. McKtnney, Eeq., Henry
SHarding, Esq., M. R. Johnson, Esq.
STexas---Hon. Richard Nelson,
Esq., Hon. J. T. Ruby.
SDisiridt qf Columbis--Hon. Fred
AN erick D)ouglaras, Hon. James A..
et- Handy.
the TO THE COLORED CITIZENS OF
her
d.LOUISIANA.
be Whereas we favor the Convention
contemplated in the above call, and are
addesirous of having the colored people
..of our State represented in the same,
ing tflerefore weisuue this call for aState
Convention of the colored citizens of
the Louisiana to meet on the
g~- 11TH DAT oF AUoUr hur,
aid in the city of New Orleans, for the
n£ purpoase of electing delegates to the
Southern States Conventicn. The basis
act. of representation in said convention to
Jbe theieame asthat tothe lower HoWee
isa, of the General Asbembly.
P. 3. S& PINCHBACE,
ueC. C. ANTOINE,
ub- A. E. BARBER
and OscA* .7. DUNN,
thJ.W. QUINI,
R*. GEREY. kEE.90,
L~ 1.0. ANTOfINE
*5 ,* ,puiuns ppem of thsSe
L plaguo..". - -
At si meUtng of - tI Mas cnes E
Committee of th Bepbliean paty of
the Stete of 1 ae , held Jan 27,
1871, the followtag repointions were I
ationofferedby Mr. Bay:
Wanmae, Aceording to the require
ments of a reeolation pssed and spt
ed by the State Convention of tie Ne
publican part , on the tenth day of
August, 1-870d the etase CentrM Ex
ecutive Committee, appointed by mad Bir
under the authority of said Convention,
is directed to call a State Convention
of the Republican party on or before
the expiration of their term of serviee;
therefore be it A
Resolved, That a convention of the of I
Republican party be and is hereby cal- Lac
led to meet in New Orleans on the
ninth day of August, 1871.
Resolved, Thatthebasis of represes
tation in said Convention ehaB be as
follows, viz: Every seven hundred Re- So
publican voters in each parish. and in
each ward of the city of New Orleans,
shall be entitled to one delegate, and "
an additional delegate for every frac
tion over one-half of seven hundred;
and provided, that each parish and
ward shall be entitled to at least one
delegate.
Resolved, That the presidents of the
several parish committees of the Re
publican party in the State-except in
the parish of Orleans, the presidents
of the mother ward clubs are, hereby
authorized and required to call ellec- ntrc
tions for said delegates to said conven- ted
lion, and to forward to the President a
of the State Central Executive Com
mittee the proper credentials of the ]
delegates electe countersigned by the
secretaries of their committees and
clubs, on or before the timp fixed for
the sitting of the Convention.
Resolved, That the president of the and
State C(ntrisl Exeentive Committtee Dit
be and is hereby authorized and diree- IT]
ted to ascertain the number of dele
gates to be elected from each parish Ev
and ward from the authentic vote in of
the office of the Secretary of State, and me
issue his proclammation for said elec
tion, and have the same published in
the Republican papers throughout the
State.
2. Resolution introduced by Mr.
Lowell
Whereas, The time of service of the J
Parish Executive Committee of the wil
parish of Orleans expired bylimitation VE
on the fifteenth day of November, 18- to
70; therefore, be it
Resolved, That the seventh day of
August, 1871, be designated as the to
day when elections shall be held in
each ward of the city of New Orleans
for delegates to the State Convention, to
called to meet August 9, 1871, polls to
be opened and closed at such hours as
the Presidents of the mother ward an
clubs may indicate, at least one week's nic
notice of the same being given. ma
By order ot the committee. W1
S. B. PACKARD, President, p
P. F. Hauwio, Corresponding Sec.
£~irRepublican papers of the State
will please copy. -
ArrownlOsuMENT pr DELEGATES. 11
Ascension .... .2 A'ssnrnption. . .3
kvoielles . . .2 E Baetsn Ronge...3
W baton Rouge.1 Bicnvill'. I
Bossier .. ... I Ca o.... ... 2
Ualcasie... . . .. 1 CaldvU ll. . i l
ý'an ron........ 1 Carroll..... 2
,staloaola .....1 Clhibnrnt . 1
CIocordia . . . .2 De S to... 1. I
I liciiana, Last 3 F'i.*iana, W -' .!'
Fr.n'i in . . . ...1 Gtrant ..........1
I eri s.s. .. . . 1 Iberr ille. ... . ...2
Jac?--sou ........1 JeI crson........3
L-ofavettý.... ... 1 Llfoarche. ......
Living.4ton .... .1 Madi on.... . .2 A
'Ioreiiouse .....1 Niatchitocheis.. .
,)uchita .......2 Plaquemine .It
Point Coupeo . .2 Rapides ... .3
Riehlan . .......1 Sabine .........1
St. Wirnarl ...1 St. Charles... 2
St. H lma. ... . .1 St. James.3.. . 3
St Jolui Baptist.. 1 St. LIndry......2 B
Tungipahos....1 Tensas.........2
'1'crrehonue....2 UTion..........1
Vermillion ....1 Washington.....1
Winn........1 Webster. ..1
.. o. . . ........1 Red Iliver .. 1
Orleans: i
LFirst Ward.. ..2 Se'conc1 Ward.. .2
Third Ward.. ..4 Fourth Ward. ..
Fifth Ward.. .3 Sixth Ward...1 or
Sweveth Ward.2 Eight Ward...1
Ninth Ward.2 Tenth Ward... .2 ,
Ele'nth Ward.2 Twel'h Ward... .1
Thir'nthWard.1 Four'nth Ward. .1
. Fifnth Ward.3 ju.5-1m. 5'
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ALSO, SOLE MANUFACTURERS
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PARTIES I1
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BRBA LXMAN& ADNM'S
CASH l~OO~
ELSEWHERE. T!
A amtee thae their- iSPinspta I
eia., am, USalPx ipijs,. noe.
Mel.os, Cabnees, C mp01Va
vets, Bibboms, Parusoe, 20,1
Pans,
el.., Eta.. It.. 1
WILL CONVINCE. I
fSM.............sad......... ..588 1~
Magazine street, ear. St Azdrw,
JiSCELLANROUS.
THE PEOPLES COMMERCIAL
COLLEGEI
1
1 t a tm.* 1'
S~e tte L ipdvVea.tI
Located over the F reedmen. Savings
Baank. 1
114 Carundelet St.
o0W DA AIMD iv ZnG, WO VAosIoD.
The old and youngcan enter at thit 1
Institution any day, no distinction 1,
made in regard to race. r eolor. The 1
design of the Institution, is to oi 1
opportunitiesto those wishing a rapid, 1
thorough and practical business edu
cation, ffty to one hundred per cent.
saved by students, by taking the rapid 1
coasercial costde. Parties having or- 60
dinary ability, who have entirely no- 317
glected their education now have the
opportunity to qualify themselvds for 0
almost any position in the Stats, in A
an inwredible abort time. 01
From two to three months is all
that requires to complete the commer- I
al course. Terms reduced to suit the Sea.
times. 3k
For further information call at the s
College, or address
ProL A. T. Sele.9r,
Principal.
REMOVAL
TO
1167 ..CANAL STREET.....167
MoO
No. 9 CAMP STREET.
º an
Manufactursrs and Dealer
BOOTS- AND SHOES,
Trunks, Valives and Bags, day
peefully give notus that they have
removed to the large and ventrally oceated t
store
No 167 Canal Street, "
the
Near Dauphine.
maw
WINSFIELD & COOPER.
SPAINTING, GLAZIGCALSOMINING, U4
(IRANTILING, FR1ViCOING,
r. ORBANING. SIGN PAINT. 1hz
1IN0, WALL PAPERING.
O8Ece No. 84 Dryades street, me
Nep~r Unionr Street .
p.
COLORED SEAMENI'S HOME *
OEOROE TAYLOR.
NO. 91 FRONT LEVEE,
* Bearding and Ledgtws
----on- I
inina .as a 2t* 10
TEE ?ESLE'S 10,1
THE BOOK Or THU DAT.
ier our.
The Louisiana Magistrate.
A GUIDE OF DAIL? USE I20 THE
JUDGE, THE PAURES OPPI.
n, CZR.THE LAWYZER,TEk
'. * BUSINFa MAN( AND
XanDs or
?AMILIES, I
**nnIiasm mesmey~aforua.
ig on onquestlessofevesyday uee.
vs wroPlem, D
. Au oN7EACnt a
MaJUJ s cU... s.2S7
48t * b , V we
-T-T
Mg FAiR I.OrEiRY,
Tb fl bRA~ltntMVwmA&OxI
No#AXD h 1MODCO, owdk.
SH3E5'c'
90,000 sawui-ri~m. pun1ra'
1 peia dISAM Ui...: SS.,sia
1 rim at NAGS-e....... 30.I
1 pris .o 11398 b...... }1,800
1 prin of 1e,m ta .......
1 no 5,0 iMn..... 44 000
i prissed 40 s ....... J,; 4
apu t . $,00Us.......>
1 Priof ,oooi..
oful 1.004
!ipsimof atI,000.MO
1-priesof 1,000
1Pin at 1,00.
ipio .000
2,1000
I pries of'! 1'000
1 plseof 1,000
1 penes f 1,000
1ipusseof 1,000
1i o 1,0600M NO
I~. 1,0W
1 priesof 1,000
1 pstIssof 1,600
1 !au`e d 1,000.
1iprimaof 1,000
1 pdsI. of 1,00W
1 prise of 1,00W
I pris. at 1,000
'~sisof lpc 50
317 prm.of 860 are 65,450
410. thes aosauiag to 1980,450
p tlok~eb f!0 .hates t r to
dES. T. UOWAID,
*Lomb Boot 68 Poe ages, New Orisa...
Seesd Path. M/os oey Order or Begsier
PATENT ATTORUEY=
AND
3EALMEI3-:M I
and most Uusefk ?utsstmt of
We beg to call public attes~iacs to the
lit that we are sow piwipsred'to Oil or
dens for the laest i oreIlnlslithe ine of
patentod good., mad *tr "wady adding
to our htgi stock, sach metess.:of real
mserit de At. lsnvsutte spirit of the sgsº
p educes, sad the prognsidv. temper of
the times d asnd.. The Southern Comn
try eap",fl, nee&. thase labor-ASig
iavts~oom; to odt ! Meidu hhecountry
eitesaM sirlwistme to eall ad examine

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