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sall boabt cues or soa m thien
sold at a disaou . .eealemshall sdu
be in a respect vaid ad binding dl
tpod te motep l bad besoh stook,
timdek r botesaba be m vsalid. for
th pejr rar6e theamof as if the sa a0
had been od at par vale. he
>M,9 '#SN i3 further en edd. s l, do
?hat it any pron or prson ahla me
wThat9an e rilfully or malciously do or cause do
to bs dor amv at or actswhatever an
whsreby sa bnilding constaion dic
or work of said company, or any ats
maeainear , engine, carnal, or dam co
tarl piper, or say structure what- in
over, or ay matter or thing appar- que
tsinig to aid compny shall be ac
-"ý ob*,eeted, impaired,
injured or destroyed,
be person so ting shall bedeem
ed ga of a misdemeanor, and
shl forfeit and p:y to the company I
d ,able the amount of damages sus
taimed in consequeng e of such of- Ai
fenses or injuries, to be recovered
in the name of the eompay withb
e ds of suit by aetd of deb and
mnuh asoder shall alap be subject IA
to indiment and shall be sentenced
a svietios, at the discretion of
thei cout, to iioprisonment in th -
e iltte peteiary
or period not exceeeding two.
rears, sad to ne act emesedingone
thaamnd doIAra, for the benetit of e
thesa Ste, all eases where such m
offense diib nt have beep provided ki
teeby esti laws.
Sc. B$e tfarther enacted, etd,re
That this set shall be favorably _
and liberally construed, so as to si
serve all the poses and objects of k
th same, and the fafilment of the
the provirisios thereot lIn
8ec' 11. Beit further enacted, etc, o.
That the direton this compay, o0
ham parasing opert, rghtsA
priiles franchises and seAritude
neessary tar the business of said w
eompany, are hereby authorized and a
empowered, should they deem it n
advisable, to issue stock to the
amount e the value therefor; and
the stick so imued shall be declared
sed taken to be fu!l stock, and not ve
liable to any further calls; but in all f,
reports and statements and reportA, a
of the companY, to be published or h
submitted to the stockholders, this
a4oek shall not be stated or reported k
as being issed for cash paid in to
the company, bat shall he reported
in this rspeay according to the fAct. a
The stock of this company shall be e
4eemed personal estate, and shall t
be transferrable in such manner as
shall be presribed by the by-laws b
of said euopany; but no share shall a
be Apuaderabie until all preAouAs
calls theres. -hall have been fully b
paid in, or alaM have betn declared,
forfeited for the non-papment ofi f
See. 12. Be it further enacted, etc.,
That this company shall annually ýe
within twenty days from the first t
day of January, make a report,, t
which shall state the amount of t
s~ , andthe proportion actually (
pead in, and the amount of its exist- t
ing debts, which report, embracirg
a particular amount of all its cas ~s,
sad liabilities, in minute details, and I
(I'fktemasp of its affairs, shall be
signed by the president and a
roma of the director, and shall,
bet by the oath of the pre
sident at sete.ot said company, i
and' Nu in 'it o re, sobject to thet
inspection of any one of its stock- l
.holidse and if said cgmpanyshall
fail todo a% ll the directoe ofd the
emnas ay, except those who have
.gdIested in writing against esqhb
nimison, shall be contracted before
aid report shall be made.
See. 18. Be it further enacted etc,,
'That if the dirctorsf this com
. eclere and pay any
vtni es the coablpS i in
o+lvemt, or which would daminish
the amrot of its capital stock, they
uall be jointl~ and sevemue liable
.for all the debts ot the company,
'b exiting, sa; d fI r *i that shall
a t~raifter oontracted, while tbey I
sh ,ectirely continue in offee;1
th saby of theiireetors
age t to tete declaring of such
diviand, or to payent of the
ae, and shall, at any time before
bshe time fixed for the payment
dthteci a c~rtifeste of their ob
jectio in writing with the secretary
of the om ny, they hal be ex
. apt f.I the sid 'abiTit.
" ae.14. beitfrther enated, et.,
Tfmt if eartilaate or rport
sa 4 er be niotee giren by the
tacnt the provimes of this act,
rsbhlbestein ayy ateri repre
sntation, eh he odaers who eall
aofve ipub Usa ooi, g t tor
e fo .mp ben y athereto r
., -b lrh aUeslto theks t
thse Ii renacted,lerr.
. hallt any e time d the ..
od esatn t r thereto saus
Sthe names of all
*.4 the diget . ithey rempac
tIis 1 warms of aUch
aae a moua atbe& ad
.; ~4~cno+ei~dpt Sme iaday
iameht, ath t eihear
..arh's~danslat WOb sita q
make LPp ear emy s ehbook
Lanl b mbes oae, and
sio elay selretary noed
llowed d .here e ioe forth
he obalie deao l at a (ifs
demeanor, and sha f erah mts3
menor be liable to A ,e of ft
dollars, which may be inflicted by
any justice of thee pea havi y -
diction in the dpls of domicile of
such ecretary and besides the
company aforesid shall be liable
in damages to the pelon or rr
sons injured by the lasqt.
act of such ecretarv.
(Signed) (EO. CARTER,
Speaker of the House of Beprt
(Signed) OSCAR J. DUNN,
Lieutenant Governor and Pres
ident of the Senate.
Approved Marh $1, 187L a
(Signed) H. C. WARMOTR H,
Governor of the State of Louisiana. do
of the Senate.
A true copy :
flo. E. Bovse, u
SBecretary of State.
91 AIN F lICT.
THE DARWINIAN THEORY. wi
Darwin's .theory eoneerning the ao
descent of man is crestig a tre- a
mendous seation among the Aon- a
1keys. Theyhave just heardof it, all
and are terribly eercised. They
irepudiate the whole theory. That
/ man descended from them they con
sider a slur among the entire mon
A cage of John Robinson's mon
keys held an indignation meeting Pa
over the matter over the matter the
,other day, after the performance.
bA venerable chimpanzee, whose
s gray hairs entitled him to distinction
i was madechairman, and sitting in
swing, preided with utmost dig
nity. He got a little excited in his i
e speech as he took the chair, but this
I was pardonable under the circum
a stances. "What!" eaclaimed the
t venerable baboon, "man descended
1 from us! I repudiate the ides with
a scorn. true, we all have our,
is "We are aeemed of cutting mon- ,
d key shines sometimes, and not
0 without cause; but this attempt to H
d make us father the human race is
t altogether too much. Is it not
e enough that poverty requires us to
1 travel around the country in this
e mannex to make a livelihood, to ex
s, hibit ourselves to gaping men, wo- 1
11 men and children, at so much a
Shcead (when two-thirds of them ii
Y haven't any head at all to speak of) v
d without having it flung into our
:fi faces that we originatel the tntire ,
Spaek of fools caslled men?"
L, His remarks were received with a
Y levery expression of delight posible !
at to the monkeys. Somo stood on
t, their pyramidal heads, others hung
Df by their tails, while others threw
Sflip-flaps from one end of the cage
t- to the other.
g A monkey whohad traveled much
i, and seen agreat deal, and who had
Ad probably used the cat's paw to pull
e mamorke. a out of the ire fbaa
a any other monley of his age, next
II, addressed his fellow-monkeys.
e- Sard he: "This man Darwin has
y, inficted a disgrace upon us that no
be monkey of any self-respect will
k- hesitate to resent. I fling his base
il insinuations back into his teeth? [A
be wild chatter of applause.] If man
ve was indeed descended from us, what
oh a fall was there, my countrymen !
re [Prolonged howls of derision. If
I had this base slanderer of our
c,, race-this Darwin, who dar'win
-l fame by traducing -s-I wouldd
ny r-r-r-r-r-r-rend him in pieces with
in- these pentadactylous hands, and
sh whiphim to death with this pro
ey heasit tail?" [Imanenem .heer
y C dhaiuannL interrupted the
all speaker to remind him thba no puns
e would be allowed. Nolody but
e;men perpetrated puna, and a pn
Swas altogether beneath the dignity
ich of say monkey who had the leait
e rapet or hmelf. The speaker
we Ipromised to be more guarded in
ant the futur, and proeeded with h's
.ry "Look at the follies mes perpe
hi- trate every day. Did you ever
know a monkey to buy aticket to a
be., menagerie *dge staring areund
ort and making renmarks about better
hepeopAe than himself Did a mon
- evr t druank, or talk about
ct, hise wneighbors, or wear a plug hat
re-a (ness it w asfastened on his head
hall by a detestable ring-master), or se
to fr adivorbee, rlee. or eiaer his
er- whiskers, or go into bankruptcy, or
m- cheat the printer, or get elected
useounecilmma, brtun pp .er s
If solmt/br eat_ Beea ran for
myt Cong .Ne!" [Screams and
aI "Men ddseerd fram the maley,
al indeed?1 If wm e ae mded fres.
mn it weold be afliently di.
athaere i a pobilit of eon-I
oto, b at o t tes i their
ely, lay to b eirir c d nori ss s Ibot
ah sbe of the the
M- ideat.] M. Daruin. a ere 'ar
lay trase it the beast d thskldr
s- the bids ts s irw (*hat ui
* shis? .. sea
saythek D ,ninMnn a
TfH BALAXtN( WEEL
4 times , .eo,
MO ames ~pe*
14,400 times am hoar, &A
35,00 time a dy, J
W,O00 times a week,
10,43S8,A times a or 1 "O
16,14,9oe0 times a par.
MORE Ja FTPX TEDO OF A WATCHL
TH~AN ANT KYD OF -
A must aot o ,a~ rUva day, Wl mialigt ;
sdt oly on wemabnls, butd on days and
eaoidak . A must rum. anging up or ipiag
dosW-upek dowm or vright ide up. t usmat
qep rutuning When tke waer sits does or
stand up, Wem A. eslkU or rides. I feca,
t is apecl to do its du4y al times, in
Imery place and in seery position. thi
A Genuine Waldtlm Watch of
will ftlfl1 a these reqnlraents. I wound
Sonce a day, it will fthally tick for you
a hundred and twenty-ldx million times in
a year, without evea requiring fresh oil
,all that time.
A G.ouine Waltham Watch bi
5 grisg, 9 sers, 51 Screws, nd 9f oter
parts m-ddag eaopier 136 separate pines,
ALL GENUINE WALTHAIL
W tchee oavta nwee. tb
e13] UlTRA nwurWua HAVE IL3V1( J L rL
a T tn aswn.u J urLLnD Havt Rsn.
a asq rt , rrmya av rr mls -
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
' by7 nachinaery The machinery used in
making the movement of a 'ingle watch T
cost oter a IIaed Tnowma d Dolwars, f
yotwe sell these Watohes, in a sdid Silver
SHunting Case, for $18. The saxec watch
could not be made by hand and Anisbeds
as perfectly for Tan Tmsa as wvcu.
A Genuine waltham Watch a
Is ihterchageable, like a Springfield rife b
s that in, any part of one Watch is exactly
like the same part in another ; and if ten ,
Watches of one grade were taken apart,
I and the screws, wheels, springs. A.. were
0 mixed together, ten watches could be
made by putting those parts tngether
again. withuot any reference to their
le former combination. This is a
For, if any part of a Waltham Watch 4i.
injured we can always replace it at a
Th rtoiw Etpenea.
i A iEOIlE WALTHAM WATCH
Is made with special reference to
Other Watches will run for a year or two,
San requir coastant repairs ; but
an 4A Walthbaa Watoh
S! WILL RIUN FAITHFULL T
ur FOR MANY YEARS
Wd We selln theme Watches,
thIN SOLID SEIER hI'NTING
rs CASES... ................. S18
I 8OLID GOLD HUNTING CASES,$70
e We have prepared a
SLLU8TRATED RIME IUST,
which describes the varimous grade of
n Watches in detail, gives the weight and
qontty ofthe Cases, and all other iuform
atin aecesesary for man intelligent selection.
We wish every one would send for it
before oresl·a a Watch.
ad WrIte , a a jUws :
N Y. "86 stehho., .Yew York:
Peese aed am pou Ilurabtdd Fre
Lis qf WdMan Watcbea, as per dwe
tiument l i Iasnt Lmasn ex.
hi. (Sigmamme and add M in i)
ad .te esdm ths Masce asy
We hae - t o vt ove 7aefosemd e
these Watches pon the aeditiems. Ibd
lia beaveely beee asheito rufbd the money
Sin threb e caes,LtLs oe oftbhems w
on- am epooeat. o dminandfrst witk the
ier itat d, bereoe the een w,.ed
, ias amPm 1 Au.. a m ar
mIwsurn~ atm om armtaw a
aamaU : - iVam n, hAss SUaN m
m me am na Pram linr.
wmas a miemV my Id..lom, n am,
Jesea efl al d ageOUame.
1r' b.l1d;,' Oabo and a mphts
S J. x wars, iwtrw; wm
Ime Ne Oda ma k to PseLo aP .
June 10; I Jwe x;
July 8; 4~y~ 2.
Per o ight er p png apy an boatd, es
J. JANNEY, No. 150 Cammoma Abt.
A. A. GREE No. 18 Oammon Strest
Where a pla of the cabin can be seen T
ST. Lomas un NEW Oa ssis PACrrT
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIR.
Illiois Central Railroad Packets.
FOR IIEMHPIS, CAIRO
ad the Bends-The fine
e ee* teamers of
this line wig lave as tloUows:
Oiving through bills of lading to all
points on the Memphis and Charleston
Bailroad, Nashville and Northwestern
Railroad. and Memphis and Ohio Bail
roa--lso to St. Lous.
Through T0eta ftrnishbi at lA west
rates to all points East, West and North,
by all the various routes via Memphis.
Cairo and Mt. Louis. Staternmnw me
cared at Generl Oe., 104 Coimmno
A. A. WOODS, General Agent,
104 Commos. :reet.
C. 0. WAYNE, Freight Agent,
87 Natchez street,
JOHN N. BOFINGER. President,
Bills of lading for ji freights over
the Illinois Central Railroad; signed
at the offiee of
JAMES T. TUCKER,
npL 6-tf 26 Carondelet Street.
ME Rc..ria' ot'Hlt FPACUTlr
- I .Fon ST. Lorts, CArno,
e Mtutrrms, and the Bends
h The steamers of this line will leave as
follows at 5 P, M.
r Giving through bills of lading over C
b the Illinois Central Railroad to al i
points on Arkansas, White and ('amtb .
erland rivers. Through hills of luding ,
and passenger tickets issued to all I
points on the Upper Mississippi as ~
Shigh as St. Paul.
S Planh s of cabin may be see and state.
a rooms secured on apldieation to
STEVEISON & VEBLANDEB.
135 Oranier street.
JOHN F. BAKER, President.
Bills of lading over the Illinois Cent
ral Railroad signd only at the oflice of
JAS. T. TUCKEt.
24; Ourodudeet street. I
a .\V OLEANS, (CHICA(iUO
AND THE WEST.
H THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILBOAD
Blue Line, Via Cairo,
Fronu New Orleans on first
I' anro DAILY, AT 5 P. f., rOn
CAIRO, CHICAGO, AND ALL
" POINTS NORTH, WEST AND
EAST, AT THE LOWEST
All rates and all though bills of
lading from New Orleans by above
ruate given, signed and recognied
only at the General Office of the Com
II pany, No..26 sarondelet Street.
Shippemr by this mute sarve all dray
70 age and transft9er charges at Cairo,
and their goods are always under
cover, and no charges are made for
JAMES T. TUCKER,
V10IKiBUtBR AND BENDE..
FOR VICIKSBURG, DAVIS' Bend
Iaves on tSTURDAY, st 5 P. )L
it Ga (4uz rmiau Aaonrn
mnny tide, Egg's Point.
ta, Marylad, Carolina, Pileher's Point.
1Skipwith, lake Providence, Tranrsylvania,
Goodrich's, )iILkma &nd, uekport,
Vickabug. Orand Galf St. Junmph, Rod
*, nay, Waterpsoof, Natches, Bayou Sara,
SBDosau froua, PFqueaglnaIianDenvile,
sad all iatimedatle a nd Oarekt h4mla
Tbhe new and magnilat steamer
J. 4. Browa, Ma
(t4 ae of lsbmumm e Ies
WI leave as abor, and, wlR liad al
y. Coait panseges with their feight
amneaess at Vlehtberg with peakes fr
or fdairost the asson sead idble
i ForP right , p s oqppl y bomad
15t Ca mm f oa
S It, ," s- . assm
- . A~ 1 1r I Cedi ate, .
tlh " /" " "* *. . .
*L w , b L M r~37W l, -'
PI B ek C'.A 9 1 o
TEWO a tA tC5. I
Am m leel Ie w lct (ty. Lea st Y
TWO ETPRESS TRAINS leave the F
New Ogiema , Jackso ad Gat
A. L and 6P. M.
AN EXPRES TRAIN leaves the foot M
(Caalstreet daily at 8 A. M., via the
New Orhea Mobilel and ateog
allroad, masking clos coaneetione
at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio
Sailroad to all points North. East c
For tickets apply to in
A. D. SBELDON. am
Ticklt Agent New Orleans, Jalckae and sty
Great Niothia lm lrw Ad er Camp th
and Common treetaa, aid City sec
Hptel ; or to the
W. VIEDELL Y
iafn street, inder St. Charles Hotel. a
General Raperintending Agent St. LOnbis
Iron Monntain and Sothern ailroad !
'EW ORLEANS, MOBILE "
IATTANOOG RAILROAD. ix
The Mobile division of this road will be
opened for busines on
eidayc, Nvrember -1, nISO.
and passenger trains will run as follows
Leave New Orleans, from, the foot of a
r anal street, for Bay St. Louis, Pass.
SChristian, Missinsippi City, Biloxi, Ocean
b Springs, Pa cagouland Mobile at ,,'elok H
g A. M. Arrivive at Mobile art 2:30 'clock en
l P. M., connecting at Mobile with the
SIs)BILE AND UOHIO, and the 30M- re
BILE AND MONT(GOMERY RIL-s
S NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
nare Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20 h
t. 3L Arriving at 6:10 P. i.
Fare ktwer Nfew Orleas and Mobile, t'
t. Fire Delar. o
THROUGH FREIlrr TRAINS RUN.
1D EACH WAY DAILY. II
Freight received at New Orleans, at ,
the foot of Julia street before 4:30 P. M,.
I aeliverel at Mobile early net morning. le
Foe farthe informatien , mll at t6e 1
General Oce of the company, rooms e :I
and two, ap ,TaE. ITOY BUILDTING,
f orTne Camp and Cmma ,trets.
Gine !erw kicn, O lmain, aod oest,
.an~ ,m N air.d I.,OR I DIN
rt fI e .r N0 D . I
an arter mi. lEainsl -trl at
eg. - ZuprEmnsS, Talr ocealengTh
Nor th N hi e
U. marLL s GmCs*
iwi l- O Is b al
ines asbUms. a mulw swas..
Eggaes.heigSeq. aglas .atICY
gaerb eIB n seaseseh eA
mi, .steeps case Ne outeams er c
DZALNR INr GQI.D ASD
BaL r WArcZA,
Anr a Goel1'Jwul. seep swaysea
tnad all dam sa pears. r OGel,
114 Casemselet Istee Odlessa
S ' ei $p. -
AT OLD P]LCSl& C
AS THE 80LE AGENitin the Untll
States for the LI VEPOOL WATCH CO.,
we are sathorisd b them to elose out Pr
a Lrge line of Europen Watshes, 9"
Chains. eke., now in stock for CaiL,at -
prices never before known. All bsaseli
in Anish, artistic in design, reliable or .
aeunrate time, durable, and of the laIst
style, Every Watch will be rtailed at les
than nt of importtion, and forwarded 11
seunrely po ked, prepaid, to any art of
Ithe contry on r, ,cipt of price. AWioney
~an be sent to as by Expre, with or
i lers for Expre Co.. to return Good or
- I Cash, which will isaere prnmptnees and
Nsafety to purcheLr. Among our list win
be found. A REATIFUL ENGLISH
SILVER, SOLID DOBLE CASE
i WATCHl genine English hall plate
w jorled movements, arjusted legulator,
steel cat hands, engine turn netl, correct
and serviceable article, lge or emal Nice
in complete a runing order, wiah an
eleganurt Gent's Vet Chain, Leket and
key, all complete, mailed free for FIVE
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fie
18 karat GOld plated Double Cassnnes-
Simitation of $100 Gold Watch-engraved
er plain, genuine English, fall plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
.orrect, . and in complete running or
der with elgent Gent's Vent Chain,
withLocket uhd Key, mailed pre-paid for an
ifuly EIGHTEEN DOLLAr.S l I
I he Orid Gold Watch,
IN I.A'IVE ORIDE GOLD Double
Hunting tagc itlsWing Clases, elegantly
kengraved, or engine turned, Genuine
SPatent Lever movements, full jeweled,
regulated and warranted to keep correct
time, and wear equll to olrl, preci
sely like in apºirance, make, finish.
irillmianey of color. $21) Gold Watch.
One of these spletdid Watches will he
frvar, led b mail free to any addrees, in
. harnrnsoe amordco cane, lined with rvelvet
and .~Natit, Indies' or Gent's size Wteh.)for
only TWELVE DOLLARS. at
WVatcheis for II ,lidly Presents manfolac
tnred to order.
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHiES.
of all grads, in Gold and Silver '(eus,
ilut $18 ulpto $25l0. Other Good Watche'
. Iq"illly lw. With .evr (rflub of six
W i tch, ,of eny ku" tl we sind onel xrat
:ef e-l-ae kind free, a rI l erg-miu la to gtt-er
iwarrecnt,:l lly equal to 4nld in iru i aney
of color, wear, etc., Bills of over $12 coin
. lecttd on delivery, if desired. All Bills of
$12, anld LIt, nmust beaish in P. O.
SIoney Orders, or Registered I tters, at
our rink. Goods curtnfly seljcted, packed
and forwarded pre-pid by muil,-or by
Expre or receipt of price. tlfe dellery
of hel goods guarnteed. Watches forward
al to be examlined to parties known
w uhen exprge chSarg both ways aee petl
iver, wdh bill to eoileet on delivury.i
Parchersn muert poy enpts chulewrgee
on good set G. O. D. : fo e teb rn
of money. Ah C3sh orders farrde
te e lchargean tdersattioatke palorre
Free. adreae all orders.
CiAn8 P. O (NO liTON d CO.,
O Iloortt~e of Wahtchs etw .
f: Ertablished ll. re Nasya rt., . Y.
it lROCEloIcse, PRODUCE w el.
ni . L. wLrVE D LA, t cas r. . wrt.
WITE, RICyIARDS & Co.,
tueemlo to A. D. GRIEFF Co..,
E UCO MIoA0IM RICA HANTS
o a1utrs1 Olaf isero ordathes
E 104.......POYD6I ST"RE'T ......o l
o0O. ojIONAC Aikr. sonLDzS.
Contas Oers euet V(hael No h 3n
g. llec li ifesrll Blil s of
, Al ND
lto bneesamnned ariesknown
whenexres chtareded ta'pi
Pa w atbilslto-l ,
uw... mutr pay alleeschar ges
S o 0 . aloe r
o mo.... Cahi orers .rwar,
Sre A ll ord)els .
: AiEt alishi ed 8 a u St., .
k~thet ii Wslqen Prei
JOWEP$H . WILSOOsj
14.. .. CANAL STREET, .... 1
DRY GOD01, GUNTI mFk1m'
LtDIrBOO FO 81TAWI, COAgg
CARPETS, MATTING ANOD RG
A .isit to tlhe .tn ll re e,
pernea wishing to buy ehep and ep
110.... CANAL STREET ....101
Near St. Charles,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
MEN'S AND BOYS'
(or amo ow MIIar)
BOYS AND CHILDRE~'S
.l III MIT' BUITS I31 TO 0tu
Every Article Marked in
Goods sid on "one price" . ytem,
any article purchaeud which fils to giP
saictitu isn be returned and the ae.
ey will be refunded.
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