jCosxur ED FROM ruSrr PAGE.1 tw
Whereas, The experience and ex- th
ample of many large eitiie tieches tic
us the nesesuity of filling up the or- o
dinary vaults; and in
Whereas, The earth closet systArn N4
has proved to the simplest, sure* be
and pfeetive means of at once th
obviating all the inconvenience, nui- Jo
sanes ana pestilence attending the N1
ordinary privy, while at the same th
time saving to the community a fic
large amount of the most valuable th
known fertilizing material, much m
needed in siany sections of our u'
Section 1. Be it enacted by the st
Senate and ouse .of, Representa
tives of the State of Louisiana iii
General Assembly convened, That c<
from and after the passage of this tI
act it sWO be unlawful to dig or tl
constrat within the urban limnit.s of a
the city of New Orleans any sink or
privy vault. S
Seei 9. Be it further enacted, etc.,
That g11 sinks and privy vaults now
attached to, or connected with any
building situate within the urban
limits of the city of New Orleans A
shall l, filled up by the owner or
owners of the property whereon the
sink, vault or vaults may be situated
within one year from the passage 1
of this act, and in such order as the
Board of Health may from month 9
to month direct, and it shall he the a
duty of the said Board of Health to I
designate each month, by streets,
or squares, such part or parts of
the city of New Orleans wherein the
sinks or privy vaults may from a
overflow or or other causes be most a
prejudicial to health and the owners
of premises so designated shall fill
up the sink, privy vault or vaults
thereon, within three months from
the date of notification by the said
Board of Health and this system of
closing up sinks or vaults shall be
gradually extended until it shall,
within~d~ year, cover the whole i
city of New Orleans and may be t
extended thereafter by the said 1
Board of Health to any new area
which may hereafter le inclrpor:,.
ted within the city limits. t
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, etc.,
That the owner or owtkers o,f any t
buildi g cir buildings, who shall fail I
to hate the ;ink, lriv vault or
vaults connected therewith, filled
up within the speciefi tilpo shall he.
fined not lesthan twolty-tive del
lars, and not more than oit Lun
dred dollam, for each and every sink
or privy vault, recoverable in the!
name of the State, ::t the suit of the
Distriet'Attorney, befre any c ,urt'
of competent juri.diction, sveclty
five per cent. of ,hiih .ihall I,. ,:il
over to tihe Charity Hospital of
New Orleans, and twenty-live per
cegt. to the informant.
SSec. 4. Be it further enacted, etc.,
That should any owner or owners
of any building or buildings situated
within.the urban limits of the city
of New Orleans, fail to have the
sink, privy vault or vaults icnnect
ed therewith tilled up within the
prescribed time, it shall then be the
duty of the said Board of Health to
cause the said sink, privy vault or
vaults to be filed up at the expense
of the said bwner or owners of said
premises, and the contractor or
person employed for that purpses
shall have the right to sue inl his i
own name to recover the expe.ns.es
Sec. 5. Be it fmtlrther tenacted, etc.,
That "The New ()rleans S:anitary
and Fertilizing C'oimpaiy" hall have
the exclusive right and lprivilcge,
for the period of ten yearsn , to com
mence from tie passage of this act,
to remove any and all feal matter,
excrement or fertilizing material
which may be accmnulated under
the operation of the "Dry Earth
System," on any premlises situated
within the urban limits of the city
of New Orleans; prorided, the said
company shall, when required by
the owner or occupant of any buildl
ing or tenement, or 3by the Board
of Health, supply suitably prepared
deodorizing and disinfecting mat
erial in sufficient quantities to
deodorizing and disinfecting mater
ial in sufficient quantities to deo
dorize an. disinfect well arranged
earth closets, and shall, for supply
ing said disinfectant, anmd removing
the said product, charge no more
than one dollar for each box of
movable vault holding not less than
twenty gallons, and shall, also, upon
proper aplicatdion, furnish for sale
earth'closets, with movable vaults
holding not less than twenty gallons
each, or at a rent of not more than
twelve dollars each per annmaum.
Sec. 6 Be it further enated, etc.,
That the New OrleaSanitary and
Fertilizing Company shall have
power to increase their capital stock
to five hundred thousand dollars,
in shareo not lem than one huan
dred dgiys each, at such time and
in much manner astheirboardof
director may diect;provied, that
two hundred thousand dollars of
the auoaunt shall be upon subscrip
tion by any owr.er of real ,.;tatse or,
occupant of proerty situ:al,'i ithl
in the urban limits of th. c ;it f N,
New Orleans, notice of which shall
be given within thirty days after
the passage of this act, in two daily
joirnals published in the city of
New Orleans, and subecriptions
thereto shall be received at the of
fice of the company for ninety days
thereafter, between the hours of
nine A. M. and three o'clock P. M.,
unless sooner taken, provided no
subscriber shall, in his own name,
subscribe for more than ten shares.
- Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, etc.,
hat all laws and parts of laws in
contravention of this act be, and
they are hereby, repealed, and that
this act shall take effect from and
after its passage.
(Signed) MORTIMER CARR, A
Speaker of the House of Represen
(Signed) OSCAR J. DUNN, C
Lieutenant Governor and President
of the Senate.
s A true copy: C
r Gro. E. BOVEE,
Secretary of State.
The foregoing act, received in this fi
office Jannuary 11,1871, having been -
presented to the Governor of the
1 State of Louisiana for his approval,
Sand not having been returned by
him to the House of theim General
', Assembly, in which it originated,
fwithin the tinme prescribed by the
C'onstitution of the State of Louisi
ana, has become a law without his
GEO. E. Bn,- r, Secretary of State.
I Au Act
f For the relief of Taxpayers.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the
, Senate and House of Represents
eives of the State of Louisiana, That
e the taxpayers be and are hereby re
lieved from the payment of interest
and penalties upon the State. par
i-sh or municipal and city taxes for
the years eighteen hundred and six
tv-one to eighteen hundred and six
y ty-four inclustve and that one year
il from and after the passage of this
ir act be granted for the payment of
l the face of the original tax bills.
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, etc.,
1- That this act shall take effect from
- :and after its passage.
,k [Signed] MORTIMEJt CARR.
e Speaker of the House of Represen
t Signed] OSCAR J. DUNN,
Iticeutenant Governor and Presi
i1 dent of the Senate,.
of I Approved December 31, 1870.
r 1 Signed) II. C. WARMOTH,
(Goneruor of the State of Louisiana.
A t.xue copy:
rs GEO. E. BOvEE,
d Secretary of State.
':Snodgrass," daring "Winkle,"
the gallant "Tupman:," the shifty
but vivacious ".Tingle," "Sam
Weller," the incomparable; here,
to with those vagrant pigeons from
or Guildhall strutting and fluttering
at the window, Dickens must have
Ut sat roaring at his own fun, and the
or creations of humor only transcended
s, by hint wlho created "Falstaff."
Ye \'s, there has been laughing at the
Inn before now; for herIc at No. 3,
down to the left as you enter the
archway, that gay, light-hearted
.y "Mercutio," Mr. Charles Mathews,
Sset up as an architect, and many a
Sbright castle in the air be built.
"I went out one day," says Mr.
t Miathews, "left a card pinned, 'Back
in an hour,' and did not come back
l for tive years.
h A humorous writer in an ex
ed change says that aldvertising goods
"is just like snorin' or takin' a cr
ing baby to church. If you sleep
in church and don't snore, how's
- folks on the back seate to know you
are there? And in regard to the
habyv, folks would never know you
could raise one, if, when nuise takes
him to church, he didn't let off
steam. But when he yells out good
and strong, everybody, parson andr
dall, feel mighty good. They look
at him and say to themselves:
"Fine baby that, by hokey! A
Sregular rhinoceesor-cow, by gam 1"
The more he bellers the more
a people know it, and the more they
Sknow it the more they think about
ns The Census (Arithmetical Pro
an gression-'"What do you intend to
be 'this' time, Maria ? Lart time
b, you were 'Thirty-eMn,' and thirty
nd the time before 1"
'we Tlh nthder aLhirty-two.
ac Heighol How time Lies "
ls, P~scocrou MEmorY-Infant Dan
a- er: "La I'mai~i, yon surely are not
"d q ,,,to'draue ith gaitimuan.
of Yesterday yoea smid ie wa mer.
, NEW AD VERTTSEIJEM JS.
1, mINDIA RU3bBER COMB C
No 9, II & 13Meree rr Street,
sde Musadc es uba $lyest
Mad leyer'l Patent.,
INDIA lU.lBER COMB S,
Fine Tooth Combs,
[(A variety of Elegant Fancy Patterns.]
Ridding Combs. d
ALSO, SOLE MANUFACTURBRS
COMBINATION SIDE COMBS
S[ADE Mon PALtt's P'ATET.]
The sale of any Combin a ion Sid a
Cimbs, no matter of what material
made, unless sold under a license
from us, is prohibited by law.
eke 9m0 Wttk% Ave
CARLES A. DANA,. Eitor.
A Newsaper of ts . Preseut Imee.
Intended for Peosto N3w e Ieset.
Including Farmers Meetes., Merehamts Pro.
femtoeal Men, Workers. Talers, sad all lMa.
er of Bases oLa, as theWaive, ses age
Dsagterl set e.U
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A TEAR I
ONS HUNDIRD COPIBE POE 6s0,
Or lom than One Ceat a Copy. Let teQ be a
80 Club as evayer eLs. '
e SEMIWEEELY 8UN, A YEAER,
of tie me os s general eharet.r
TE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of
It mecellanoous readin. and feralnhig se news
to its sticribers wilth greter frebae, becaeo
i eames twice a weet laasee of once oly.
Tra= DAILY SUN, 5N A YRa.
r et sald feret.esa polities. All the sews
raeverywher. Twoew s ac ew by •aUl.
0- Ocease mooa.r Sa ear.
t 4TERMS TO (CLUB
I THE DOLLAR WEEKLY TUN.
i Five oopies, assm years. u n
Te copies, one v year, seeora dreseed (adn
as extracopy e sotege rs srtie s
Twenty cotpies, one year, separately addrese
(s extra coopy to t gn sp ep lub) .
In ity eon.s one sear. to addressmi
the oa Oss dm yer
r 3iNl· yow·esoX o Y00HAT
~ nue. uadred ,*e. aeo year so cm adress
(and the Daly ao r ne ye r _ths O pa.upc
TWE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN.
FPie ods;s cnm year, MUM U AIINEe,
Ten copies, one r. eprtel addressed (sad
au er copy to gter up of club).
d. SEND YOURL USNI
lPoa ObeOee oes c.bwta or draft oNew
L b ralvanmcss a . Aosrey.,
. VICKSBURG N AND, BENDS.
m ansa Srew or, La.
g kipwith, Lake Providence, T ANTOINE,
d iku OGrand Gulf, St Teph, od
he Bton Rouge, Plaquemine, Donahltonvi l,
oniand lhlS, iermsi:tefnd Coast landing., e.
a J. J. Browndss , Master.d
So In pl ce of steamer N.teh).
Will leave as above, and, will land all.
sCoast pasengers with their freighL
S CoLn;ich, Lake Vicksburg with pranlketsrlii,
o all points on the Yazoo and TallaDatepot
iFor frright or assage apply on boardod
y, atrrof. NOthAz, Ey Ageun.
es150 Common tre
oThe new and inagatiicent steamer
. ST. PHIEP,
J. J. Brolw, ter.
St (Intaplae of stemer syNtses)
Sill leave as above, and, will land al
For ft s'iht or passage apply o bard
aT AUCTIONa ZP~tW1
4 sxis a uante,
14,04 tdam a hspur,
345604eoe 0in day. PI
21900 times a weik, an
10,38,000 times a month,
19,144,000 times a year.
MORE ISB WZP'OJP OF- IATCH.
T ANAY2 D OF T
IN MACETr. "
It must not olny rin ul day, butall night;
not only on weekdqys, but on &mdays and Al
Holidays. t must hanging up or lying
down-upside dois or right side up. }t must
eep running wrhen the erer sits down or
stand up, When he realns or rides. In fact,
it is espected to do its duty at al times, in
every pace and is every position.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
Swi fulfil all te requirements. I wound
oace a day, if will faithfully tick for you
a hundred and twenty-six million times in
Ila year, without even requiring fresh oil
all that time.
e A Genuine Waltlham Watch
5 Spring, 9 theefls, 61 Sreve, and 98 other
parts making altogether 136 separate pieces.
ALL GENUINE WALTHAM.
Watoo.m hbve seeno
THE EXTRA JEWE.LEIJ HAVE ELEVEN JEWEL
TaE rnU swaULL n navE vrzrzN
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made o
by machinery, The machinery used in
making the movement of a single watch
coast over a lundred Taousanid Dollars, a
yet we sell these Watches, in a solid Silver
Hunting Case, for '$18. The same watch
could not be made by hand and finiaheds C
as perfectly for Tzx TamEs As M'CH.
A Genuine waltham Watch
Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rifle 3
that is, any part of one Watch is exactly I
4 like the same part in another ; and if ton I
-Watches of one grade were taken apart,
and the screws, wheels, springs, &o., were
mixed together, ten watches could be
made by putting these parts together
" again, withuot sanfreference to their A
former combination. This is a
For, if any part of a Waltham Watch is
injured we can always replace it at a
, 'lijijg Erpenese.
A GE=NIE WALTHAM WATCH
Is nmado with special reference to
m. Other Watches will run for a year or two,
an require constant repairs ; but
SA1. Waltham Watohl
WILL RUN FAITIIFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS
We sell these Watches,
IN SOL80ID SILVER HUNTING
CA ES.. ..... .. ............. ...... $18
IN SOIf GOLD HUNTING CASES,$70'
We have prepared an
ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST,
gn- which describes the various grades of
ales Watches in detail, gives the weight and
quality of the Cases, and all other inform
as ation necesesary for an intelligent selection.
ted We wish every one would send for it
before ordering a Watch.
Writefor it as follows :
Messrs. Hloard & Co.,
No. 785 Broadoay, Neto IYork :
md Please send as your Unastrated Price
List of Walan, Wak*s, as per adver
tLE fisoened in THU Lo .amrAN.
• ' (Sign name and addressa in fall)
U., We have sent out over lRue Thousand of
these Watch.. upon thes e onditions, and
have only been asked to rehfund the moaey
in three cases, and not onea of these was
on account of disseatisfacton with the
Watch, bat beeadie the parties needed
the money more,.
WE aVr o Aomram, AD o a m acs
asn a ma to 3 Au. A ·sama orw
Oaron OTHS ra 0an HUT a WATCe nal
as uAn iT wr cot am O e UsUsO vs an
sat, a urmn a Nsw Yon. A, mar a
sete an.xu ) maT Pamra Lam
Special Notite.-we do not sell
waltham Weebas o say 1wmIomn eml
8R. , Oe Pite& semdsm benimse.
are aletl e kmm n sh ~oee m
Silver). The WalStha Ltdl Mi
of a solid Geld o Swar a, m e do
not wapo. to semia sayethes.
r w r .uH m see a PFm Lest.
AOa a s e Aac
Ue IIO FA r £0s.
St. liuis, Iron lloutain ud Sltker D
THE 9NLY ALL RAIL ROUTE e
To St Lu g, GC lgo, GOmt" a, a G
PFo~cico, St Paul, a"ans city, Li*- o
enworth, St Joseph, do
lnd all hiktsl 1r , 1at adl West.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the
New Orleans, Jackson and Gr
Northern Bailroad Dept daily, a
A. IM and 65 P. M.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of
Canal street dily at A. M., via the
New Orleans, Mobilemand Chattanooga S
Railroad, making close connections
at Mobile with the MoLile and Ohio
Railroad to all points North, East C
For tickets apply to in
A. D. SHELDON. ac
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and t;
Great Northen Railroad, eorner Camp h
and Common streets, under City e
Hotel ; or to
W. BEDELL. c
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile 'and
Chatanooga Railroad No. 150 Com- C
mon street, under St. Charles HoteL '
J. H. WINOFIELD.
General Superintending Agent St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
The Mobile division of this road will be o
opened for business on
S haday, Noveuber fl, IO,. a
and passenger trains will run as follows : o
r eave New Orleans, from the foot of
Canal street, for Bay St Louis, Pass
Christian, Mimiassippi City, Biloxi, Ocean
Springs, Puaeagoulaand Mobile at 8 o'clock
A. M. Arrivive at Mobile at 2:30 o'clock
P. M., connecting at Mobilc with the
e MOBILE AND OHIO, and the MO- ti
BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAIL- -
ROADS for all points
NORTH, EAlS' AND WEST. f
Leave Mobile for New Orleans it 11:20
A. M. Arriving at 6:10 P. M.
Fare Between New Otreans ad llbile,
THROUG;II FREIGHW TRAINS RUN
EACH WAY DAILY.
Freight reaeived at New Orleans, at
the , t of Julia street before 4:30 P. M,.
delivdred at Mobile early next morning. t
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY
For further infrmation, call at the
General Office of the company, rooms one
and two, up stairs. STOTRY BUILDING,
corner Camp and Common streets.
J. R KENDRIICK,
8 General Saperintendent
Tie New Orleas, htL e, and Grmtat
of Nrther and Miniusippi Leatrnl
n. Run their Passenger Coaches and Bag
it gae, Cus, their combined length
BA4IAGE CHECRED FROM RE
SIDENCE TO DESTINATION.
T tY . IA. prsaTnai r- hthy,
Makes close connections for Vicksburg,
Men phis, 5~ Louis, Chicago, Louinsville,
and all points beyond, Sleeping cars at
, night, Cantonto Grand Junctin and
y The Nail Traiha laer New OrkIas hily,
e at F. ,
ld Mkes. achedle connections with Light
ing ExpresMtame, toall poinats NORTH,
RAST and WEST. Carries the great
Tine to lew Terk, NH ears
SNew and elegantly Aitted up Sleeping
SCar, run ts latlbMt, 'b-sm.m Clee
I ha, TennMsee, and Louisville, Kentce
Express Train ooth arrives at 1:30
Ma4i Train boCth fmres at ldEd A. U.
aTicke osd., oris.oai rro.udl~ing.
1- -at - Dpo L '
d,. W WI --..... .. "
1. B. MOU , cmual Tiches Agot
'.New (Mim, Jack s and OGsat
G.mlLA - - id "Lai'--s
A- a thoem *1
.l ab aagIaas Ii
WATCIMAKERS AND JEWELLERS D
DEALER IN GOLD AND
,IL VER WATCHES,
And Fine Gold Jewelry. eep aiwayson
hand al camw. and pattean of Gol,
suiltr and steI Ipesesnm d Iy
Gla.es l lwases cheqgd sad seat to 14
pa pa otb o the omatry. Watch repairs
done promptly and waranted. Address
orders to D1
112 Crondelet street, New Orleans.
Feb. 16 ly
AT OLD PRICES.
AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United
States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
we are authorized by them to close out p4
a large line of European Watches, g
Chams. etc., now in stock, for Cash, at -
prices never before known. All beautiful
in finish, artistic in design, reliable or
accurate time, durable, and of the lates
I style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
than cost of importation, and forwarded 1
securely packed, prepaid, to any part of
the country on receipt of price. Money
can be sent to us by Express, with or
I ders for Express Co.. to return Goods or
Cash, which will secure promptness and
safety to purchaser. Among our list will
be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLLSH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCIIH, genuine English full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regultor,
- steel cut hands, engine tmn nel, correct
and serviceable arti'le, hlage or small size
in complete running order, wiih an
elegant Gent's Vest Chaid, Locket and
key, all complete, mailed free for FIVE
A VRRY HANDSOME WATCH in fine
18 karat Gold plated Double Ca.n.s
imitation of $100 Gold Watch-engraved
a or plain, genuine English, full lplate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulhor,
correct, and in complete running or
der with elegent Gent's Vest ClIrn. a
withLocket and Key, mailed pre-paid for
only EIGHTEEN DOLLAR e
The Oride Gold Watch,
IN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double
Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegantly
engraved, or engine turned, Genuine
Patent Lever movements, fulljewel-d.
regulated and warranted to keep corrnct
time, and wear equal to Gold, preci
sely liko in appearance, make, finish,
brilliancy quf color. $200 Gold Watch.
One of these splendid Watches will be
forwarded by mail free to any address, in
handsome morocco case, lined with velvet
and satin, (Ladies' or Gent's size Wth, tor a
only TWELVE DOLLARS.
Watches for Holiday Presents manufac
tared to order.
* GENUINE AMERICAN WATOHES
of all grades, in Gold and Silver Ca~s,
from $18 up to $200. Other Good Watchbs
equally low. With every Club of six
N Watches, of any kind, we send one exrtra
of same kind free, as a premium to getter i
up of the Club. A superior stock of Ge
at nuine Oride Gold Chains, $2 to $6 each,
warranted fully equal to Gold in brillianc.y
of color, wear, etc., Bills of over $12 el,- L
g. lected on delivery, if desired. All Bills ,,t
$12, and less, must becash in P. u.
Money Orders, or Registered Letters, at
our risk. Goods carefully selected'packed
and fcrwarded pre-paid by mail, or ly
Express, or receipt of price. Safe delivery
be of all goods guarenteed. Watches forward
ed to be examined to parties known
ne when express charges both ways are pild.
[, No goods forwarded westof the Mississippi
River, with bill to collect oe delivery.
Purchasers must pay all expr emharg
on goods sent C. O. D.: nf fereturn
of money. All Cash ordla forward.d
free of charges to destinatii Cadalognes
Free. Address all orders.
CHAS. P. NORTOW 6 CO.,
Importes of Watches, etc.
M: Established 1857. 86 Namsa St., N. Y.
O ORO6ERIES, PRIODUCE &c.
ral . xi. w-nrrr L. .c.YcUA5D, V . . WAY.
WRITE, RICHARDS & Co.,
Successeos to A. D. GRIEFF & Co.,
1th COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND Dr.ALUE 1I
Southern sad Western fguin.
IE- 104 ......POYDRAS STRZT......104
GEO. GIGNAC ALE. JOURDAIN.
CIGNAC AND JOUIDAIN,
Coa~xm Corm Awn Vn..aR, No. 239.
ALWAYS ON HAND
ie, Chkei, C.eC les, Cffer, Tm, Provisies,
S Wies and LinOr.
Orders promptly attended to.
P. B. ETHELL,
:ht- MEROCUANIISE, FLUR
Wat PROVISION BROKER,
105.... POYDRAS STREET...105
W. J. TAYLOR.... JOHN M. BURKE
W- W. H. Maxuau, C W. Burr,
o- St. Lonin Nw Orheaun
MARKHAM &t BUR~T,
0 Importers and Jo et
o. 109.....GRAVIBR STBReET.....
G - - O aanA - •
DRY GOODS, CLOTTHItG d
JOSEPH II. NI L,. o '.,s
168... CANAL STR T, ....163
DRY GOODS, GENTS FUR1t'ISHING
LADIES ROOM FOR SHAWLS, CLOh~g
CARPETS, MATTING AND RUGS.
A visit to the store will repay any
persons wishing to buy cheap and elegaut
110.... CANAL STREET.... 101
Near St. Charli s,
NEW ORLEA NS, LA.
MEN'S AND BOYS'
(OF Hin owN MAKE)
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
IEN'S AND BOYS' SHtITS AbDE TO UORLU
Every Article Marked in
Goods sold on "one price"''tm, aT
any article purchased which thil to z.+
satisfactien can be returued and the wn..
ey will be retunded.
8iModerate Price. atd Fresh
e Stock to soleet from are some of
i the inducements offered at
B. T. WALNHIIE'S
REMIIUIM SHIRT AND CLOTHING EMPORIIi
110 Canal St., near St. C(irle.s,
Ne. r Orleans.
S N. B. - Letter Orders receive prompt
xr attention and filled C. 0. I). if denired
74- 7 1very TWook!
We want Smart and Fnerretic .:tAr I,,
ntroduce our popular and j ustly L, ki:
I- ed inventions, in every 'dill a, T7'
dt and City in the World.
Indispensable to Every
y They are highly approvd ot I.; edor',l
and cuopted by Ladies, 1'hysirins adl
Ditines and are now a GREAT FAVOI'
ITE with them.
, Every Family will Purchase One
Sof more of them. Something that th,.r
a merits are apparent at a GI.ANC'E
And all who keep FANCY STORES.
will fnd our excellent articles SELL
SVERYI RAPIDLY, gives perfect istis''a -
tion and netting
to all Dealers and Agents.
SCeouetrU Rights Free
to all wh desire engaging in ai i,,mn t'
Re.peda6le and I'ritable Bsiaeqss, at I;.
same time doing good to their clal'
uionus in life Sample $2,00, sent frm' '
Smail an rec'ipt of price. HEND Fol
WHOLESALE CIRCULAR. ADIRE.'
J ictorlia Ianufalc tdurln (CO
17 PARK PLACE. NEW YORK.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
BOOTS AND $HOF.S,
BELINGl, PACKING & HOSE,
SBALL TOYS, kc.,
36 Bao&nwar, co".' FaNzw r S., N.
ga Las Srm r, Csmcaoo.
r,0 Masarr 5massy, San FUcISCO.
F. M.pHEPPARD. prl'
J. A. MINOTT, Sc.
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38 COMMON sTEET,
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