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INTERESTING ITEMS.
--o-
ll-Tapioca parer is largely used
in England. principally for copying
photographs.
&a pA child in Albany swallowed
a ring, which so frightened the
mother that she died in a few min
utes.
Ir A miss Harris, of Columbus,
fell dead the other day while bow
ing to a young man on the street.
ISA society of women has been
organized in Norway, who advocate
celibacy.
a1SPoland is the only country
in which more scientific workt'thhn
novels were issued last year.
s-rOf the 700 students of the
Berlin University who served in the
army during the late war, twenty
eight were killed.
I)a -A young man was lately ar
rested in St. Paul, Minn., on the
charge of forging his mother's name
tA) five Postotlice money orders.
His mother refused to testify
against him.
pit The Canadian propeller Oli
ver ('romwell, which was sunk by
collision in the Straits of Mackinac
in Oct,,ber, I857, has just been
raised in apparently good condi
tion.
Bi-'Four daughters of Elbridge
(Gerry, one of the signers of the
)Declaration of Indlependence, yet
survive. The eldest of them is
eighty-one.
IS .Miss Mary Hirst Sparhawk,
a great grand-ldaghter of Sir Wil
liam Pepperell, andl said to he the
last of the family, died in Ports
mouth, N. H., lately, aged more
than ninety years.
'iA funeral procession in Mas
sachusetts, on reaching the ceme
tery, found the undertaker and his
assistant both too drunk to attend
to their duties.
WaD Tho Bible and prayer-book
of St. John's Chapel. Savannah,
were stolen recently, together w ith
the whole of the Sumnday-scho·l,1
library.
Sir'Mrs. Betsy Hudson, living
about six miles north of Warren,
Pa., on the Jamestown and Warren
road, aged sixty-five years, present
ed her husband recently with a:
healthy, bouncing baby. This is
one of the most remar:kable instances
on record.
as"'A hard-working but poor
German farmer in Livingston coun
ty, Missouri, whose farm was adver
tised for sale for debt in spite of all
his industry and economy, still
plowed and toiled, and a few days
ago dug up a box containing over
$1,700 in gold.
8s-The largest planter of the
South is C(olonel (. B. Lockett, of
Georgia. He has planted this year
1,r500 acres of cotton and 3,500
acres of corn and small grains. At
the lowest estimate, his cotton crop
will sell for $180,000. Colonel
Lockett employs 310 halnds, msl
black.
ai.\ '~i:nt bird, the largest
creature ever seen in this country
with wings, ,ni1, it is believed, un
known to Amneri,'an ornithlogy,
sudldenly appe:red in the town of
Winnemnucc: , Nevada, a, few days
since, andl remained several minutes
quietly perched on a house-top, to,
ibe gazed at by Ih e astonished mul
titude.
""Seene in Tndianapolis : "Is
Mrs. Smith at home ?" No, but
walk in ; she has just ste.Plpd out
to ge't a divorce and will be Iback in
a few moments."
is-England imprlis~ons fortune
tellers :amd, singularly enghi,
those who are so gifted at seeing
into the future do not always see
their way out of prison.
WgA young man at Hopkinton,
Iowa, noticing that his tolbacco
didn't "chew right," dissected the
plug and found that a lizard had
been pressed between its folds.
a"A London jeweler has been
five years at work upon a watch,
and it will be worth $10,000 when
finished.
WgThe old State house at bIilled
geville, Georgia," has been turned
over to the custody of theim Good
Templars.
is-Treat animals kindly and
they will give us their love; teach
them kindly and they will give nus
their servie.
as-Fidelity, good humor and
complacency of temper outlive all
the charms of a fine face, and make
its decay invisible.
FUN AND FANCY.
-0--
LIBERTY OF THE PRESS.
Around her waist 1 put my arim -
It felt as soft as cake -
"Oh, dear," says she, 'what liberty
You printer then do take!'
"Why, yes, my Sal, my charming gal.
(I squeezed her some, I guess),
Can you say aught against
The freedom of the press ?'"
I kissed her, too-I did, by Jove !
She 'colored like a beet;
Upon my living soul she looked
Almost too good to eat!
I gave her another kiss, and then
Says she: "I do confess
I rather kinder sorter like
The freedom of the press !"
LOGIC.
'Tis strange, but true, that a common cat
Has got tea tails-just think of that !
Don't see it, eh? The fact is plain,
To prove it so I rise t'explain.
We sa: A cat has but one tail -
Behold how logic lifts the veil:
)., cat has nine tail.; don't you see
onoe cat has one tail more than lihe?
Now add the one, tail to the nine,.
You'll find a full ten-tailed feline.
As Holmes has said in hi ''tOne horse Shay"
Logic is logic, that's all I say.
- --Wat sort of a person is the
'Swell of the Ocean" we have heard
so much of ?
-- A ,arber is always ready . to
scrape an ac'quant:inee, and often
'uts thtl, ttoo).
- In time a mulberry tr. e be
comes a silk gown--and i silk gown
becomes a woman.
--Why do sailors weigh the an
chor every time they leave port ?
And do they find it loses or gains ?
- -What is the difference between
a coal bucket and a fresh cod fish ?
One is a coal hod, and the other is
a whole cod.
The man who wrote "put m-e
in my little bdl" never had one, he
slept under the wharf and boarded
at the Poor House.
-When a man puts up at a Chi
cago hotel he sees in the paper next
morning that he has "reined in his
foaming valise'at the Tremont."
-The rural portions of Rhode
Island complain that Providence
has too much power in their Legis
!:ture. It is a complaint seldtn,
,made in any other State in the
Union.
--A Kentucky man unites the
vocation of blacksmith and barber.
In moments of abstraction he uses
a man's face as an anvil and the
razor as a hammer. This treatment
wears out the anvil rapidly.
-A stranger meeting a man in
the streets of Chicago a few days
since, roughly accosted him with,
" Here, I want to go to the Tremont
House ! " The deliberate reply was,
' Well, you can go if ynu won't be
gone long."
-- A gentleman, on getting soda
was retiring from the store without
the usual little ceremony which
follows the ,wperation.
"Recollect, sir," said the polite
Sproprietor, "if you l:ne your pocket
I book', you didn't pull it out here."
- Mother, "said a little girl who
Swas ellgagedl in making her doll an
i apron," I believe I will be a duchess
i hen I grow lup. "How do you
ever expect to become a duchess
my dlaugihter ?" her mother asked.
"Why, Iby mnarryinga Dutchman, to
be sure," replied the girl.
- Teacher -"Mary, dear, sup
poso I were to shtot at a tree with
tie birds on it, alnd kill tlhroec, how
many would 1) left ?" Mary -
four years old-"Three, ma'anm.
Treacher--'"No, two would be lett."
IMary -"No, there wouldn't though ;
the three shot would be left, and
the othetr two would be flid auay.'
---A young lady was entertaining
socme friends the ither erenillng,
when one stud, "Miss --, your
braid is coming oil:" Slhe clapped
her hands to her held and found
nothing unslippel. The gentle-I
man quietly pointed to the ibraid
of her dress, about half a yard of
which had been torn off and lying
on the floor. There was an audible
grin.
' --"This is nice butter, my boy,"
said a storekeeper to a twelve-year
old urchin who had brought a pail
ful of that article to market-"nice
butter;i'll take all your mother
has to sell." "I don't believe she'll
sell any more,"said the boy, " 'cause
I heard her say that she wouldn't
have sold that only a rat fell into
the cream, so shedidn't want to use
it herself."
-"Fanny, don't you think thalmt
Mr. Bond is a handsome man ?."
"Oh, no-I can't endure him. He
is homely enough." "Well, he's
fortunate at all events; an old aunt
has just died, and left him fifty
thousand dollars&" "Indeed! is it
true? Well, now, I come to recol
lect, there is a certain noble air
about him, and he has a fine eye
that ean't be denied.
NEW dDVERTISEMENTS.
THE Is'>RUBBER COMB CO
Nos. 9, I1 &lBMereerStreet,
NEW YORK,
Sole manha etarers, uder koodyer's
and Iyer's Pateats,
OF
INDIA RUBBER COMB8,
Dressing Combs.
Long Combs.
Twist Combs.
Fine Tooth Combs,
LA variety of Elegant Fancy Patterns.]
Pocket Combs.
Ridding Combs.
Hair Pins.
ALSO, SOLE MANUFACTURERS
OF
COMBINATION SIDE COMBS
LJI.LE uNDeu FATTLY' ~z~ Trr.]
The s:de of any Cmlhina ion Sid
J'ombsl , no matter of what ateri;al
made, unless sold under a license
from us, isprohlibited by law.
CHARLES A. DAN. DN Editor.
A Newspaper of the Preesin Times.
Intended for People Now oa Earth.
ncelding Parmera. NeeeaLesL Mersheasts. Pro.
tfesional Men. Worers, Thinlakers, ad all Man.
ner of Honest Folks and the Wives, Bea, and
DaUghterd of all sash.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I
ONE BUNDRED COPIM R0m I SO ~
Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a
O Club at every Past OeLe.
s8E I.WEEKLY SUN, 0 A YIEAR,
of the satme mse sad penl character as
THE WEEKLY, but with a greeatlerriety o
misleetaneosn readint, and furnishing the news
to its subscribers with rester freshness. beae
It comes twice a weik Snstemd of one ly.
THE DAILY bUN, $0 A YEAR.
A prseimiaently readable newurm, wit th
3 laret cirulatLon the worl Free lads.
neadeta. and fearless In politics. All the news
from .veywbers. Two meats a copyoi bl mal,
SO cents a month. or s a year.
TERMS TO CLUBS.
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Five copesa one year, siarsl r1nd r are.
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Uan xtraCopy to ogeter up of cliD).
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Past Oce orde.checks, or draft oan New
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le Dics, new lTr Caty.
C()MMIS,'SIOX MERC'JL INTS, .
P. B. S. h.,s'n.ws·, ('. C. A'vorw.,
PINCHBACK, & ANTOINE,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
11.4 Ca.rontdolet mHt.,
NEW ORIEANlS.
.ibe,r.l A.Iv..ces mtnle o0t (ba.sign
,me~tr. Pr',d,l . tlh ti,.n :lier, lo all sAles
' ,'sl* ,o'l,.Lns o(, erd. ? ?,, I.sr,.. ane'  s
S i ,,,. 'JiiJl,,. $*, . if , c.t /e,ir,.! i/,,.sl, itcl
s,.o t.. nuid . ,-dq .. otewi.se itsht .'t
VICKSBURG AND BENDS.
FOR. VI'KSBUR(;. J)AVIS' Bend
Lrave- on SATURDAY, at 5 P. M.
G;jtENVI.LLE AI"i.E
Sunny Side, Egg's Point
lIarnarl, Grand lake, Leo
I.t. Maryhlnd, Car, lia, 1ilcher's Point.
Slkiplwith, Lake Provildenie, Transylvania,
Isodtwlrih'.s, Millikons P..ntl, Duckport,
Vicksburg, G(rand CGulf, St. Joseph, R,-l
I n.y, Wa~trprtof, Natlhl-z, Rayou Sar-a,
f Patan Roiug, P'laqemini. lonvaldlonville,
rand all iutormediate Iand C(rst landings.
The new and magniicent st,'amer
W. S. PIKE,
J. J. Brown, Master.
(In place of steamer Natchez,)
Will leave as ahove, and, will land all
Coast paersengers with their freight
SConnects at Vickaburg with packets for
all points on the Yazoo and TallaMtchie
rivers.
For freight or passage apply 6n board
or to
IJNO, JANNEY, Agent.
150 Common Street
ST. IKUP STIAE,
230 ROYAL ST, CORNER.
ST. PHILIP,
New MrlcL
1. A. CIIAPELLA,
-CASH DEALER IN
Staplesand Faney Dry Seeds,
TRIMMINGS AND HATS,
AT AUCTION PBICES
WALTHAM WATCHES.
THE BALANCE WHEEL
a!'"
WALTIAM WATCH
UaU
4 times econd,
40t times a minute,
14,400 times a bohr,
345,00 times a day,
292,90 times a week,
10,368,000 times a month,
126,144,000 times a- year.
MORE IS EXPECTED OFA WATCH.
THANANY KIND OF
IN MACHERY.
It must not only ran ell day, butall night ;
not only on weekdays, but on Sandays and
Holidays. It must run hanging up or lying
down -upside down or right side up. It must
keep rnning nwhen the wearer sits dowrn or
stand up, 1VIen he twarL or rides. In fact,
it is rexpected I do its duty at all ffmes, in
eery place and in sdery position.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fulfil all these requirements. I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tick for yon
a hundred and twenty-six million times in
a year, without even requiring fresh oil
all that time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
CONTAINS
5 .Spring, 9 wheells, 51 Srrews, and 98 ther
parts makiuj aUtojdetler 136 separate pieces,
ALL GENUINE WALTHAM.
W9atchoes have mevo__
THE EXTRA JEWELLE, HAVE ELEVEN JEWEL
THE FI'LL JEWELLD IAVE FIFTEEPN
JEWELS.
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
by machinery, The nachinery used in
making the movement of a single watch
coast over a Hundred Tuousand Dollars,
yet we sell thee Watches, in a solid Silver
Hunting Case, for $18. The same watch
could not be made by hand aid fiishebos
as perfectly for Tax Tm= as us c.
A Genuine waltham Watch,
Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rifle
that is, any part of one Watch is exactly
like the same part in another ; and if ten
Watches of one grade were taken apart,
and the screws, wheels, springs, &e., were
mixed together, ten watches could be
made by putting these parts together
again, withuot any reference to their
former combination. This is a
UREAT AD VA NTAG iE;
For, if any part of a Waltham Watch. is
injured we can always replace it at a
Triling )?rpense.
A tENUNE WALTHAM WATCH
Is made with special reference to
DURABILITY
OL.ier Watches will run for a year or two,
.in require constant repairs ; but
A. Waltham Watch
WILL RUN FAITIIFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS.
We sell these Watches,
IN SOLID SILVER HUNTING
CASES.......................... $18
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES, $70
We have prepared an
ILLUSTRATED PRICE UST,
which describes the various grades of
Watches in detail, gives the weight and
quality of the Cases, and all other inform
ation necessary for an intelligent selection.
We wish every one would send for it
before ordering a Watch.
Writefo r it as follows :
Messrs. IHouard & ('.,
Vu. 785 Broadway, ew Y~,rk :
1'le, t. send me ynour lUustralcd Price
.ist of dlldthlr Watdches, as per ader
tisro,, it in Tax L.umstwtui.
(Sign name and address in full)
WITHOUT EXPENSE,
onl
1tethan. the 2Money.
We have sent out over lr Thousand of
these Watches upon these conditions, and
have only been asked to refund the money
in three cases, and not one of these was
on account of dimatisfactonu with the
Watch, but because the parties needed
the money more.
Wa naty no Aamrre, Lxo oW imam
a an tim sa to al.. A mumaorr or
Oaon on ira ms a m r a WATtc saom
us a wn. con s ur m mo a rmaO I
an umn a Nw Yo. Alu. ram
man nD) IN mn Pmoae Ldar.
Special Notice.-We do not asell
Waltham Wehes in ay Imitation, lilt,
Phlated, Oide, FilledCases whatever (these
are all other mes omr Bras or Germe
Silver). The Walthm Watch ias worthy
of a solid Gold o ilvr Cham, and we do
not propose to sBl it in any other.
Lar svmay oua sa aon a Parcs lLar.
Annlnms Inous
HO *ARD a 0o.
Jewelers ad abers-iA-s
N. 795 n.wa.ra, Mu Yinn1
RAILROADS.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
St. Itais, Irem litmai sad SMlthe
laillNd.
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
To St. Louis, Chcago, Omaha, San
Franoiso, at Panl, mamss City, Leav
enworth, St Joseph,
And all Points Nrth, lest ad West.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the
New Qrleans, Jackson and Great
Northern Railroad Depot daily, at 7
A. M. and 6 P. M.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of
Canal street daily at 8 A. M., via the
New Orleans, Mobile and Chattanooga
Railroad, making close Sonnections
at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio
Railroad to all points North, East
and West.
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
W. BEDELL.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and
SChatanooga Railroad No. 150 Com
mon street, under St. Charles Hotel.
J. H. WINGFIELD.
General Snperintending Agent St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
AND
CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD.
The Mobile division of this roeJi will be
opened for business on
haday, November I1, 1,70,
and passenger trains will run as follows :
Leave New Orleans, from the foot of
Canal stree, for Ny St. Louis, Pass
Christian, Mississippi City, Biloxi, Ocean
Springs, Pascagoulaand Mobile at 8 o'clock
A. M. Arrivive at Mobile at 2:30 o'clock
P. M., connecting at Mobile with the
MOBILE AND OHiIO, and the MO
BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAIL
ROADS for all points
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20
A. M. Arriving at 6:10 P. 1M.
Fare Between New Orleans and lobile,
Five Dollars.
THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN
EACH WAY DAILY.
Freight received at New Orleans, at
the foot of Julia street before 4:30 P. M,.
delivered at Mobile early next morning.
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY
OTHER ROUTE.
For further infrnmati,ion. call at t:,
General Office of the colulany. sj aoup o,:i
and two, up stairs. STORY BUILDING.
corner ('Camp and Common streets.
J. H. KENDRICK,
General Sulperintendent.
TRAVELLERS, _ATTENTION:
The New Orlefns, Jacsko, and Great
NortherL mnd Mississippi Central
Railroads.
Run their Passenger Coaches anld Bag
gages Cars, their combined length
without change.
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RE
SIDENCE TO DESTINATION.
The 7 A. I. ExpressTrain rams Daily,
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Makes clhe connections for Vicksburg,
Mer phis, St Louis, Chicago, Louisville,
and all points Iryond, Sleeping cars at
night, Cantonto Grand Junetin and
Humboldt
The Nail Trlai laes Nlw Mlas hilj,
at . P, N,
Makes schedule connections with Light
ning Expre. traine, toall pointsNORTH,
EAST and WEST. Carries the great
North Mal.
Time to kw Terk, 7 lse,
New and elegantly tted p Sbleeping
Carnar taHumboldt, Teaaee, Cleve
land, Tenamee, and Louisville, Kentuo
ky.
Expsres Tain 8math arrives at 1:30
A.M.
Mail nmia Sn th arrivm t II 5 A. K.
Ticket OMee, Galveito, Iwn Bauiding.
Ticket Ombe, New orleans, under City
Hotel, CornerCamp ad Comamosuteete,
and at Depot.
E. 4 Q ar en S ea ea rrdent;
J. U MOSEY, Gmsral Ticket Agent
New Or-.-m, Jahe m nd Great
Noethesm Ualkrea
U. D. PROST, Genral Sperintendent. a
D. B. MOEY, General Ticket Agent
a a sooT, a-r. P.rFm .st
WATCBMAIXER AID JrWVLLERL I
Sail umiu.
DEALER IN GOLD AND
SILVER WATCHES,
And line Gold Jewelry. Keep alwayson
hand al elas.s and patterm of Gold,
Silver and steel Spetaeles and Eye
Glasses. Glans changed and mat to
uy part o the country. Watch repairs
done promptly and warranted. Address
iordeN to
Paul Granzin,
112 Carondelet street, New Orleans.
Feb. 16 ly
65 GOOD ss
WATCHES
AT OLD PRICES.
AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United
States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
we are authorized by them to close out
a large line of European Watches,
Chains. etc., now in stock for ('ash, at
prices never before known. All beautiful
in finish, artistic in design, reliable or
accurate time, durable, and of the lates
style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
than cost of importation, and forwardled
securely packed, prepaid, to any part of
the country on rectilp,t of price. Money
can be sent to iu by Express, with or
,lers for Express Co.. to return Goods or
Cash, u hich will secure promptness and
safety to purchaser. Among our list will
be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLLISH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, genuine English full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
steel cut hands, engine turn nerl, correct
and serviceable article, large or small size
in complete running order, wiih anl
elegant Gent's Vest Chain, Locket and
key, all complete, mailed free for FIVE
DOLLARS.
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH il fine
18 karat Gold plated Double Casses
imitation of $100 Gold Watch--engravcic
or plain, genuine English, full l-.1tw
jeweled movemenout, adjusted regulatort,
correct, and in complete runnting or
der with elegiatd (oiut's Vest Chain.
withLoclitu lt Key, mailed pre-paid for
only EIGIITEEN DOLLARS.
The Oride Gold Watch,
IN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double
Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegantly
engraved, or engine turned, Genuine
Patent Lever movements, full jeweled,
regulated and warranted to keep correct
time, and wear equal to Gold, preci
sely like in appearance, make, finish,
brilliancy of color. $200 (old WatlLh.
One of these splendid Watches will be
forwarded by mail free to any address, in
handsome morocco case, lined with velh.."t
and satin, (Iadies' or Gent's size Wtch, for
only TWELVE DOLLARS.
Watches for Holiday Presents manufic
tured to order.
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES
of all grades, in Gold and Silver C:..s,
from $18 up to $200. Other Good Watches
equally low. With every Club of six
Watches, of any kind, we send one extra
of same kind free, as a premium to getter
up of the Club. A superior stock of (;e
nuine Oride Gold Chains, $2 to $6 c-.h,
warranted fully equ:i to G(ol in Ibrlli t.,,
of color, wear. ,tc., Bills ow over "12 ,.. 1
leeted on delivery, if l'eired. All Bills ,.
$12, anid l-s, mutt t.e..ahl in P. (l.
Money Or,hrs, or t,:ist, red Letter.. :at
our risk. (,alh carntttll s-lh:cted, lakl.!d
amnd forwarded irc-palid by mail, or byv
Exrpre,, or receipt of price. Stafe deliv- r
f aldl g~ot.ls gnareeeced. Watches forward
.,1 ,;r I exawiune! to lgxtrties known
when c lprc.- cdarige both ways are l,:ihl.
N, r,,.l ,.i frwarded west of the Missisippi,
IRiva~., with bill to collect on dcliv< -.
Purchaser. imuilst Imy all e ess char, r
on goods sent C. O. D.: eC or return
of money. All Cash ordaL forwarded
free of charges to destinati. Catalogues
Free. Addres. all orders.
CIIAS. P. NORTON A CO.,
I ,:.rs cl Watches, etc.
Establishe . ;. ; Namau St., N. Y.
No. 34-tf.
GROCERIIES, PRODUCE ,J..
A. n. WLrHT, L.C.itICaD4 IF. H. W I'.
WHITE, RICHARDS & Co.,
Successors to A. D. GRIEFF & Co.,
TN'l.oleralo Orooore
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALER mIN
Sultheru and We'strrm Friace.
101.......POYDI;.S STREl"T .....14
NEW OnL.as.a
tiEO. GIGNAC ALP. JOURDAIN.
GICIAC AND JOIIDAIN.
Coaxn Corn AND Vutin sV No. 2":.
ALWAYS ON HAND
Cholice, Grocries, Ceffc, Te, Provisions,
Wires and Litars
AND
PLamtation waisupp]low
Ordern promptly attended to.
P. B. ETHELL,
MERCHAlllISE, FLOUR
a D
PROVISION BROKER,
105....POYDRAS STREET....105
W.'J. TAYLOYAB....JOHN V. BURKE
W. I. MAszama 0. W. Buur
at Lo hi. xi OeMans
MARKHAM & BURT,
Importers and Jobbaoet
RA RDWARE,
109.....GRAVIER STREET.....109
Nw Omaiza
O. CASENAVi.
U NDE RTAKIE
NEW OBLRAN&
GAIEIAGUe 101 HIle
DRY GOODS, CLOTHI
JOSEPIH H. WILS '
D OODs
E3PORIUMM,
163.... CANAL STREET.
FIRST FLOOR:
DRY GOODS, GENTS FLK,:.
GOODS
SECOND FLOOR:
LADIES ROOM FOR SWrILt . ;, .
AND WRAPS.
THIRD FLOOR:
CARPETS, MA.,TTIN(; .AD RU1GS
A visit to the tre will rpa
t lerson wishihng to buy (heap and eleg Lt
Sgools.
t
110.. CANAL STREET 101
f Near St. C('harhl,,,
NEWV ORLR. ss., L.
r
MEN'N AN1) BoI1.w
SHIRtT.
(OF HIS OWN 3.MAE)
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING.
M NI'S AND B01S' SIRITH O .IDE TO aJg
Every Article Marked in
Plain Figures.
(Goods sold on "onen pricc 'd rn, y,te l
any artiale pnreha.d l hi,'h tll , ,
r satisfaction (cn Ihe retnnedl and tl i,,
ey will be refnnd,ld.
S-Moderate Priett antl FtM
Stock to select from art, soluw
the inducements offered at
B. T. WALMIIE'S
PREIEIW SlHIRT AND rLOTIIIIG; EMfillRI
110 Canal St., near St. ('harls,
1%or Orloan s.
N. B.- Litter ()rd,h rri,.,ii , ,lm. pt
attention and tilled ('. O. D. if dlirl
$75 Wlvory WTool:
MADE EASY.
Wady Spts,
We want Smart and Ene r,t t~."' .it to
utrodnee our pipulr ail junly c\br, -
(td ivhintins,h , in evryv I'it,;,, 7/
I I t m/ in the IIloltl
tIniipenitble to Etrl)
hley are high ly aplpr,, , e,,f rr
and ulptlr.ld by 1eli,., l,",;.',
are now a (;IE.vr F.\
SITE with thu-i..
Every Family will Purch "'
of more of themn. ,ulthini
merits are atplarnt t t. (;nLAN
DRUGGIST,
S MILLINERS
And all who ke.p F.Nc'Y .l'OI:ES.
will find our ex,.,l,·lt t irti,'ls J l.:r,
VERY RAPIDLY, giv'" t.'rtt''t S";tti':
tion and netting
Slmrall Portunoc
to all 1kealers and Agent-i.
CountryU riyhts Free
to all wholi de.ir- engaging i till I,.,'
ReCStperf ,ble alt J'rttideih Bst~i,.s, it .'
Nante time ldoing good to their .on4r
ninns in life ihamllea $2,41), s~,,t ft'r.'
mail on rceipjt of liric'. SEND 1I.
IU doriea MAanlcrti, ri.! ('
17 PARK PIACE. NEW YaIlK
CO MI'A, iN .
Manuufaturers, Imnlllwer
andl Jobher,
Rubber Goods
OF EVERY DESc'IIIuTIN,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOE),
BELTING, PAC(KING(; &H I.
ENAMELED CLoTH.
PIANO COVERS,
BALL TOYS, Ire.,
363 BaoDWA,. coL F-ausi.I? ST. ..
82 Linu ~marrr, CAaeo.
607 MYazwr 8rsarr, SIO FI.lv tC~
F. M.JISHEPPARD. I'
J. A. MINOTT, s
Lock-,mith & Bdel-lall.rI
1R AILICS65 FITTED f'
Zwco afee repaired
9086 CMMON STREET,
NEW ORLEAS
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