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INT !ýW T1lI4 ITEMS.
Fifteen Great Mlltakes.
It is a get mistake to met up
,our ow. stnandard 9f the right and
wrong aTd juiel pcplc aecording
It is a great mistk-t to measure
the enjoyment of othem by our
To expect uniformity of opinion
in this world.
To look for judgment and expe
rionce in youth.
To endeavor to mould asl dipo-I
Not to yield to immaterial tri
To look for perfection in our own
To worry ourselves and others
with what cJmnot be remedied.
Not to alleviate all that needs al
leviation, as far as lies in our
Not to make allowance for the
infirmities of others.
To consider everything impossi
ble which you cannot lperforru.
To believe only what our finite
minds can grasp.
To expect to be able to under
The gret-test of all mistakes is to
live only for time, when any mo
ment may launch us into eternity.
rlITho Misissippi River is
2616 miles in length, and is 1680
feet above the level of the Gulf at its
utmost source. At St. Paul it is 670
feet above the Gulf level, at the I
head of Rock Island rapids 503 feet, t
at St. Louis 404 feet, at Cairo 322 I
feet, at Mempkis 221 feet, at Nat-i
chez 66 feet, at New Orleans 15 feet, i
and at the head of the Passes 2
feet 9 inches.
ai~rt was an Irishm in who
wanted to find a place where there r
was no death, that he might go and 1
end his dave there. It was an Irish .1
editor that exclaimed, when speak- (
ing of the wrongs of Ireland, "Her
cup of nmi ery has been for ages i
overflowing, and is not vet full !"
It was an Irish newspaper that said
of Robespierre that "he left no
children behind him except a brother
who was killed at the same time.,
It was an Irish coroner who, when
asked how he accounted for an ex- f
traordinarv mortality in Limerick.
rtplied, sadly, "I cannot tell. There
are peop)le dying this year that
never died before." It was an Irish I
handbiil that announced, with
boundless lilerality, in reference toa i.
a great politicdal demonstration in i
the Rotunda, that "ladies without b
distinction of sex, wo",ld be ucl- h
/'The New York Sun in Se; - '
tenmber last gave a tabular state -
meat of the amount of real estate a
owned in New York City by Richard
B. Connolly, William 31. Tweed, e
and Peter B. Sweeny, respectively
-assigning $354,900 to the first, a
$2,364,800 to the second, and n
$988,000 to the third ; and also in-: h
forming the public that the mem
bers of the Tammany Ring "were
offering their real estate at a dis
count of twenty-five per cent, from I
the prices that ruled a fortnight
ago." This looks as though the
Tammany millionaires were slight- b
er"Prot Hitchcock has recent- a:
Iv cited the distribution of maritime :
I lants aslut the shores of the Great
Lakes of North America as a proof tl
of oceanic subu.rgeiuce in the t'
Champlain periodl--i. ,,.. that follow- tl
ing the glacial. It has been object- o
ed by Prof. Dann, in the Imne'ric,n
Journna of Sci"l':, that, considering
the much greater number of shells u
and of other kinds of marine ani
mal life that must have existed in
those Champlain seas, their absence O
from the same regions all over the: P
United States beyonI1 a: heighlt of t:
300 to 6100 feet above the tide level:
in the more northeastern portions
is a bettor proof that the sea did ci
not cover the continent in that n
period, It is hard to believe that
theft euld have been thousands of "
miles of sea-beaches ac'osu the con- o
tinent, or hundreds of thousands:5
of square miles of sea-bottom, in an k
era o! abundant marine life, and yet i
all-with the exceptions slag the
borders of the Atlantic, along the;:
River then gulf of] St Lawrence, i
and on Lake Champlain [then an t,
airm of that gulf i-without any't"
traces of marine animal life. st
CiOLraL HMN Lo.rr ns Traoas--t,
'A mdentific investigator of Florida a,
has studied out the problem, and j
annonqo4a that as yellow fever and j
cholera are eamed and fed by ani- .
.jiting the air, a system bi
or Ibo~n sre ma ldean every in-I'
es B~ cruh out pi
the K' ;L.pa~ the inven
r, r. ., propoes toI
begiin n ClO ~ l S. C., where h
the yellow feb.i arw raging, and L
attest the trau is discoveryr at
the risk of iaownr ie gives a
himself.4t-rdea to dletu out the b
diuemp m ptu tO work mub- it
..gad work twelve ooa- t,
. ht., risng fie pounds.
of powder a each explosion, begin- -
singat 9 p. x. At the end of ten "
p.there wgdlm t be a cae Ale b
FUN AND FANCY.
-Wh4 is the pse of iGhimg and
we eping as ve Boat down the stream?
SWhy make the voyage qf life a wail
-A beresed41'esten widow ad
dressed the pall-bearers at the
r fneral with: "Youpell-berers just
i go into the buttery and get some
n rum, and we'll sttrt this man right
-" None but the brave deserve
the fair." No; and none but the
brave can live with some of them.
-If there were nothing but Truth
in the world, a fool would stand as
Sood a chance as a wise man.
-Isn't it funny to see alady with
both hands in soft dough and a
mosquitp on the end of her nose ?
r -Govern your thoughts when
&alone, and your tongue when in
--A Baltimore paper gives the
e following recipe for making oystei
soup, which can be retailed with
profit at five cents a bowl: "Take
tive Baltimore oysters, the smaller
Sthey are the better, photograph
them; to each photograph add five
gallons of water and a teaspoonful
Sof milk, then season to suit the
1 -An Indiana cooper showed a
e peculiarity ot Hoosier caklulation
the other day by putting his little
t boy inside a cask to hold the head
up while he nailed it. After it was
done, he found the bunghole war
the only means left for his son's
-The witty John Clark, the bar
rister, who was lame, overheard a
1 lady remark to a friend: "That's
John Clark, the lame lawyer." Mr.
- Clark, who was passing along thee
r street, turned round, and address
ing the lady said: " No, madam, I'm
a lame man; but not a lame law
-Harry: "Your dawg is werry
William: " He is werry bad-but
when he dies I am going to stuff
Harry (in.iinuatinglb): " Hadn't
you better stuff him before he dies?"
-An Illinois kver closed his let
ter to his lady sent!mentally as fol
l)ws us follows: " 1y best loved
one, I chawed the postago stasul
on your last letter all to thunde',
because I knew von licked it on."
-Fund Father-- I see ye've put
my son intil gruummer an' jography.
Noo, as I neither mean him tae be
a minister or a sea-captain, it's o'
lue use. Gie Lin a plain bizuess
--Josh Billings says: "Never do
any work before breakfast. If it is
necessary to work before breakfast,
have your breakfast first.
-Dr. Livinugsoe has died so
many times these last few years that
peop!o are beginning to call him
-A Boston paper says that the
best way to improve the lot of we
man is to put a good house on it
and a good man in the house.
-One dollar reward is offered for
the head of every woodchuck in the
town of Groton. We should think
thatt the Groton boys woodchuckle
S--A drunken man oncestaggered
up to Mr. Whitefield with the re
mark: "Mr. Whiteeld, I am one
of your converts." " It io very
lprobable," he replied. "I am cer
'tain you are none of God's."
-Tau SIZE OF A LE,.--In a O1r
cister lawsuit, a plump female wit
ness was asked by the council at L
Swhat time the cars passedl her house
on a certain day. She replied that t
She began knitting at 3 o'clock, and
knit twice around the leg of a stock
ing before the train passed. Of j
course the counsel then asked her
how long it would take her to knit 'i
Itwice round. Some one remarked
that the time would depend on the
stocking, the lady readily replied
that the stocking was for herself,
and the eort eould exercise its own C
judgment and gues as to the size
and time required. The answer
brought down the bench, bar, jury
and itizens geneaSlly who were
-The Darwinian theory thbatms
has desenaded fem meakeys may -
heallry well; hat did it .,er
oemr to Darwi that monkeys may
Bhaver dmescended from man? Think
-"Good morning," maid a prin
tatr in marceh fleals eompositeea.
* Have you any diaghtrs who would
k good typesetters?" "No,
bI have a wife who weiald umake 1
a e devil," said the moear.
NEIW AD I'RTTSEEMENTS.
d T. INN& &BBER CUMB CO
L esa, II laMerfelcthtet,
S le aiuafrtlanr, mier e4yaIMr't
it acd Ireyer's atelts,
INDIA RUBBER COMES,
e Dressing Combs.
1, Long Combs.
b Twist Combs.
Fine Tooth Combs,
(A variety of Elegant Fancy Patterns.]
? Hair Pinas.
ALSO, SOLE MANUFACTUREI S
e COMBINATION SIDE COMBS
[MA~n nDxn I. .,r's PATErT.]
The sale of any Co:abina ion Sid
Combs, no matter of what material
Smade, unless sold mwudr a licenfe
from us, is prohibited by law.
A Nwuseapper of tabe Pomesn Tim..
Inended for Peosge New on Harh.
hulmagL e , 0a04. Mlsme, !o
Iemtesa oss worWos.t.e sad a ll Mlla
nor of Hoasm Polka, ad t: . was, soln. sa
Deeahes. of il ue
exY oxx I o l alO 5
OILY ONE DOLL HLIt
ONE 'UNDO.r S nt 9".
O Iees than one Cent It there be a
SS0Ct as ee a 1see.
SCMI-WEELY 8" TRlAR,.
frt e sme a es e , taraesr as
TrE WEELT. kt wit' r rester varsety of
misalIaasmn reedicr, a:t s.rlog tbe e'w
so Is aalselrbeus wbh pre assuges begaesm
Is svwms ws a weak la.t o ce oaly.
TRE DAILYT UN, , A YWA3.
b Cest cUb salb Fr. f lade.
d sd sa, hn sa tWl a. Allibh mews
esasywbera.r 1Tseao:; : 40W . Ii
TERMS TO CLUtBS.
TRE DOLLAR WEEKLY SUIN.
tW copve,. one ye. r,ssaerbsladdrsS.e u
Iak aese.l - tees. emereteir addresee (sod
eassra copy to teo e sap of etoob).
wmay asslem e ISomes adr ess db). s
(seaamweesaseop y .0ý fetter upof clue).
YEND EMI-WEEKLY SUN.
SEND Ycb eba ON E
Torwhere o , oseaseyear.arat .e abeeel
P. B. 8. lz'.cuulcx, C. C. Afgogia.
nea Oiles , La. 8althretssul, La. I
COMM D IOL MRCHANT,
21.4, C naro2ac olet E~t..
Liberml Adordane. sede on (dr sin as .
met,d. i'r.uupt attention giteia to all sales S
,nid purchas..s, leasij qf furms, ete., etc.
(bTawig.nrevs costerd h Inasuranoa as g
isoole aI s nipca.l, lau oterw.is instrected a
on t.e Bill No LTa adin .
VICKSBURG AND BENDS.
FOR VICKSBrUG, DAVIS' Bend
Iaavre on SATURDAY, at 5 P. M.
SSunny Side, Egg's Point- 1I
Barnerd, Grand Lake, Leo.
ta, ILurylid, Carolina, Pilehe-s aint.
Skipwith, Lake Providence, Tramsylviania,
Goodrich a, Millikens Bend, Duckport,
Vick burg, Grand Glf St Josephl, rod
nhey, Waterproot Natchez, Bayou Sara,
and all intermedLsae and Coast landings. I
The new and .magninicet eteamnr h
W. S. PIKE,
J. J. Brown, Master.
(In jplace of lsteamer Natche,)
Will leave Ias above, nd will lend all
Coast psssenger. with their freight.
Connects at Vicksburg with packet. for
all pois on the Yaoo and Tallahistehie
Tbuight orp g a tp)on board0
JNO, JANNEY, Agent,
l 50a omymon Street
ST. NIUl SToaE,
1s0 r a e ait., r.CRNER.
. . L rI t tt LI,
Staplesald Faamsy Dry Sotn,
Tamltat]NGs AND HATS,
h? AcUC50N FrIDE1
THE BALAN.E WHEEL
W ALTHAM WATU
4 fi.es sem,
40 times a -ami,
14,400 times an hor,
345,600 times a ay,
292,00 times a week,
10,368,000 times a mouth,
196144,000 time a yer.
MORE IS EXPECTED OFA WA.TCeI.
THA.V ANY rIVD OF
R mrat not only nim nil day, butail aght ;
not only on aeebdays, but on Sundays and
Holidays. It must run hanging up or lying
down--tupside down or right side up. It 1mus;
keep running when the weasrer sits down w
stand up, Wen he walks or rides. Infurt,
it is eepected to do its dut at all times, ir.
S every place and in svery position.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
S will fulfil all these requirements. I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tick for youn
a hundred and twenty-six million times inl
a year, without even requiring fresh of
all that time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
5 Spring, 9 wsaeesl, 51 Screwe, and 98 ofhr.
parts mkijng alltagether 136 separate qJos
ALL GENUINE WALTHAM.
Waºtchee lhave meean
J'er e lm.
rTE EXTRA =w.LL) HrAVE ELEVEN J'WLi
Ias lULL ruawEr.LED ATE FIyrtvN
Every part of a Waltham Watch is mad,
by machinery, The machinery used it
waking the movement of a single watch
coast over a Hllndrcd Tuswred DoIllrs.
yet we sell these Watches, in a solid Silver
Hunting Case, for $18. The same watch
r could not be made by hand und finishedl
as perfectly for TES TIMWE AS m'ca.
A Genuine waltham Watch
ii ihtecrchanugcable, like a Springfield rid k
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.
anit the screws, wheels, springs. Ac., Ceer.
mixed together, ten watches could h
rlade by putting these parts tog.thei
.igin, withuot any reference to their
former combination. This is a
For, if any part of a Waltham Watch is
injured we can always replace it at a
Sitfling Erpense. .
A IENUNE WALTHAM WATCH
Is made with special reference to
Other Watches will run for a year or two, F
an require constant repairs ; but
A. Walthaam Watch
WILL RCN FAITHFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS.
We seli these Watches,
IN SOLID SILVERL HUNTING
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES,$70
We have prepared a
ILLUSTRATED PRICE UIT, T
which describes the various grades of
Watches in detail, gives the weight aid
quality of the Case's, and all other infrnu
ation necessary for an intelligent selection.
We wish every one would send fr it
before ordering a Watch.
Write for it as follot wos :
Messrs. Iloewar & Co.,
No. 785 Broadwai, .ne York :
Plea. send me your laustrated Price
List of Waltrm Wi dclvs, as per wtcer
liseaeaiut in Tiiz L'rzswezxw.
(Sign name and address in full)
We have mt out over lRe Thousand of
these Watches upon these conditions, and
hbave only been uasked to refund the money
in thrne ases, d ot me ofthese was
on account of disatiafacton with the
Watch, but becaume the partie needed
the money more,
Wi varz mo Aomsrs, £x oua lrcem
aIm Tas Ua, A. a. A arE~ aT OF
Oao00 on TO zas C Nt A WATCa roaO
Us Am IT wfl.x cOuTr an soxoHs THa Ir
as UVn i New Yons. A.. Tam s
PI uW.MED IN THE Pcsca Las.
Special. titice.--We do not sal A'
Waltham Watches in any Imitation, Gilt,
I'ted. Oridde, M esd was hatever (these
are atl *am es D hfsor Ba lemr a.n H
Silver2. The WalwthamWatch is wortbLr &
ofa solid Gold or ilver Ce, and we do E
mt mpreos tioet a in othe. .
xn Zsar oas ran ms A Passc a.
Anam s m u rs,
Jaslm and dmamn
N., .E 'a tAr Naw Tog
a1. IGL., Irna mltain and huiekn
THE ONLY ALL UIL ROUTE
To St. Louis, Ckiego, Omaha, San
Francisco, St Paul, Kamum City, Leav
enworth, St Joseph,
ad allhilts rt, Eat ad West.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the
Noew Orleans, Jackson and Great
Northern Railroad Depot daily, at 7
A. IL and 5 P. M.
SAN EXPRE TRAIN leaves the foot c:
Canal street daily at 8 A. M., via the
New Orleans, Mobile and Chattanooga
S Railroad, making close connectione,
at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio
' Railroad to all points North, East
For tickets apply to
A. D. SHELDON.
d Ticket Agent New OrlUeans, Jackson and
en Great Northen Railroad, corner Camp
L and Common streets, under City
Hotel ; or to
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and
Clatanoga 1ailrnad No. 150 Com
mon strett, under St. Charles Hotel.
J. H. WINGFIELD.
• General Superintending Agent St. Louis,
Iron Muuntain and Suutkern Railrul
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
The Mobile division of this r3a will be
,penedl for business on
Kaday, orrvember !. 1970,
" nld passenger trains will run a., follows :
I Leave New Orleans, from, the foot o;
S'nalud street, for Bay St. Louis, Paw.
. Christian. Mi.isi.ippi City, Biloxi, Oceaa
Springs, I'ac';ago;aLud 3M,,,i; i at J u,'lock
A. M. Arrivivi at Mobile at 2::30 o'elo·eL
P. SI., connecting at Molile with the
4IOBILE AND O(lIO, and the 310
BILE AND MiONiGi3'JMEI Y ItAIL
LRADS for all lpuota
NOlITiI, EAST AND WEST.
Leave Mobilr for New Orleans at 11:9
1. 31. Arciwin, at 6;:W P. M.
Fare ertwerr New Orleans and Mobile.
THRIIIIOUGH FREIGHT TR AINS RUN
EACH WAY DAILY.
Freight received at New Orleans, at
the foot of Julia street before 4:30 P. I,.c
delivered at Mobile early next morn g.
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY
OTHIER ROUTE. c
For further information, call at the
General Office of the comp:any, rroun or,.
and two, up ,tair. STO()ItY BUILDING.
corner Canp and Common streets.
J. I KENDlrtI('K,
The New Orleans, Jacksn, and Great
Northera and Mississippi eltrali
Run their I'aseenger Coaches n.nd IBg
gagee C.rs, their combined length
BAGOAGE CHECKED FROM RE
SIDENCE TO DESTINATION.
The 71. 1. ExpprmTri nr us illy,
Ulkes cldse eonnections for Vicbcburg. C
Meo phis, t. L,Iis, Chicago, Louisville,
and all points beyond, Sleeping car at
night, Cantonto Grand Junctin and
The ab Trai leases ew Orl'lma Dily,
at 5P. M.
Make arbedule erennections with Light
ning Expres traine, to all points NORTH.
EAST and 'WEST. Carris the great
hme to ae T rk, W Ibr.
New and elegantly Atted up Slooping
Cam run to Hmnboldt, Tennms e, Cleve
land. 1eme.ee, d Looiuyille, lentc
Expres Tmia imth armree at 1-30
Mail Tndan Sout arrive .at 110 A. IL
Ticket Ooe,, talvston, Iron Buil3an . 1
Ticket OBee, New Odeans, under City
BHtel, COnaerCaumpand Comnmon streets,
andu at Depout.
q. SEWAL Ia. Geaeatl sura tel dt;
J. I MOREY, .msl nTaket Agent
New *Iims, Jekacson ad Ozeei
2hut.em il, aned.
B. Is POST, Gemesmlepeitdem.
D. . MOBrT. General TJcket Aget
MII dlpp Omntal Raiload.
a aeota, oel as.maL ii iAgest
WA T 'iNMAtRS A.ND JES'tLELRS
DEALER IN GOLD AND
And Fine Gold Jewelry. Keep slwaysos
hand all classes and patterns of Gold,
an Silver and 8teel Speetacles and Eye
v. Glasses Glasses changed and sent to
any prt a te eauntry. Watch repairs
dine promptly and warranted. Address
112 Carondelet street, New Orleans.
he Feb. 1 ly
WWATC AE H
he AT OLD PRICES.
ra AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United
n States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
io we are authorized by them to close out
st a large line of European Wntches,
Chains. etc., now in stock for Cash, at
prices never before known. All beautiful
m inish, artistic in design, reliable or
. accurate time, durable, and of the latee
style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
than cost of importation, and forwarded
v aecurely plcked, prepAid, to any part of
the country on receil)t 3f price. Money
clant le snt to us by Express, with or
ders tor Ex.pres Co.. to return Goo.us or
u- Cash, which will secure promptni1e and
l. 1fety to lurchaser. Among our list will
be found. A BEATIFULt ENG(LL'H!
. SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
d WATCH, genuine English full plate
_ jeweled movremcuts, adjusted regtultor.
steel cut hands, etngine turn nerl, corr.ct
antd serviceble article, large or smal size
in complete running order, wiih an
elegant Gent'a Vest Chain, Locket ani
key, all complete, mailb tree for FIVE
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fna,
18 karat Gold plated Double Causes-
imitation of $100 Gt,ld Watch--engraved
or plain, genuine English, full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator.
'curect, and in complete running or
aer with elegent Gent's Vest Chain.
withL~e'ket and Key, mailed pr-plaid fe'.
only EIGIlHTEEN DOLLARS.
The Oride Gold Watch,
L IN MA-rSIVE 1RIDE GOLD Double
k hunting MagiL . Spring Cases, elegautlh
k ngravedl, or engine turned, Genuin,
i'.tecnt Lever movements, full jeweled,
reutlated and warranted to keel, correct
time, and wear Cequal to (bold, preci
rely like in a~pr.Annce. make. finish,
:,rilliancy of color. $2tX) (,old W..tch
S:)c ei t Lese rplendld Wl'tcuhes u .1 v fie t
t orwrdled by tunal free to rty .eddrv,-., i",
e tand.ne muoreco ctase, lined with vel.
antl l..ttin, La.clies~ or Gernt' asize Wte, ".
rly TWELVE i)L.LAR II.
Watches folr 1Hliday I'resent mannufat
turead to order.
GENCLNE AMERICAN WATCHE'
,f all grades., in Gold and Silvher ct';.w
1r :ml $18 up to $j00. Other G(;olt Watche~
rlually low. With every Club of six
Watches, of any kind, we enad one extra:
of same ktnl free, as. a premium to getter
up of the Club. A superior stock of Gec
uuine )ride (Gold Chains, $2 to $6 each,
warranted fully equal to IGold in brillianuc "
of color, wear. tc:.. Billi of ouer 012 col- "
lected on delivery, if desired. All Bills of '
al1, and lens, must breash in P. O.
Money Orders, or Registt.red Letters, at
our risk. Goods carefully sel .cted packed
and forwarded pre-praid by muiil, or b 1
Expr-~r, or receipt of price. Safe deliver,
of all gwtdla su, renteedt. Watches forward- I
ed to be extttnined to partied known f
wh,-, etxreess charges both ways are paid.
NgooeL, frwardled west of the Mirsi.e.ippi
liver, with hill to rollect on delivery.
I'urchesrrssr mstt ty all extprae charges
on gootle sent C. (P. I).: eb t or return
of L.,;*,.y. All (';sah ordi ferwarded
•r.w of clergesz to destinatiun. Catalogues
Free. Adtre'.:dl erdirs.
CHAS. P.NRITON & CO.,
Imular'r. cf: Wahchese, etc.
Established l27. 6 NumSeu St. . N. .
GO6 EIiEJ, , PRIODUCE E&.'
a. a. Warra, L. c.IcEsarn , r . A. war.
WHITE, RICHARDS & Co.,
Sunccessor to A. D. (;lEFF & Co.,
! hTToloeale Oroorm t
CO3IMI~SION MERCHIANTS I
AND DEALtn E1
Seathern arln Wterm Irnder.
104.......IPOYDRAS ,ITRdbT......104 V
GEO. GIGNAC ALF. JOURDAIN.
5lG.1C t15 JOSID11., =
ALWAYS ON HAND
"Coike, Srterics, COeer, 'rI, Pruisiess,
Wirs and liqumns.
Orders promptly attended to.
W. J. TAYLOR....JOHI . BUIRKE
W. HI. Miaunx U.W. Bar,
St. Lus. e OriMa. ,0
MARKHAM & F
Iml.Bioters and ebbsesu
BARD WAlt /,
1o0.-RA(~F IE aBTEir....t.00
NI Oaumra &ii
CA=lIe'S O HIRE. a
DRY GOODS, C'LOT
e 163.... CANAL TIIEET ... 1
DRY GOO DS, FOiNThS I'UNL .,
LADIES RIOUM FUR HAWL r
U AND WIAL s.
CARPE'1, MA'T'IJNG AND ]tL
ed A vjiit to the "tare ill
t persons wishing to buy crhep ad el .
il0A....CANAL STREET. .11
of SNear St Charles,
. NEW ORLEANS, Li.
l MEN'S AND BOYS'
(or ats I Ws ow:tI )
ct BOYS AND CHILDIRE\S
EI'S . ID MIS' lnlfM IMADE To m
Every Article Marked in
t. Plain Figures.
r- r1Goods tdd on ",oue prire systom, tJ
Smy article pnrchased which fia,n~
tisfsctie% caln be returned and ti, a..:.
Sy will be retuundAd.
ai .I:Mlenrte Prics asud Atd
Mtock to select from are sas ,I
the inducements offered at
} B. T. WALSIIE'S
+PRE.lII'I f lllT iND CLOTHllG E Nllti
110 Canal St., near St. Cbharl,
` New Orloaa s.
N. B. -Letter rdcrr r, eiv pr ,npt
* .:utnt.u mi:ld 11.,d e'. O. I. it da-i.:
- ¢70 ! vory Wookl:
We want Stuart and L.;er:-te Agw'e .)
atroduce o:ar p 'pal r l ;ta-' .e b
o0l1 invuntauna, ill ev.;ry ~J.ij4 T.i'
td Cd';y in lt te Wd.
lIndispensable to Every
They are highly approvtd of. eduwl
mad eumpted by lai'a., Plhyý.i'.Y+ 4''
Dibine.,, and are n,'. A Gi.: r l A1
ITE with them.
Every Family will Purchase One
Sof more of tllh.m. ~.anthing tb. theti
merita ar- aPiJrant at a (iL.ANt('
D l 'ES1 .\KI'.Iv,
And all who k".-, F.\N'Y l y.L'T,.;
will fni our *. d ardles Mr.
VERY RAPIDLY, gbo p r'a:L aatta(.O
tion and netting
mjan all WPortaran
to, all Dealere aad Agent.
Countrty Rights Fre"
to all who desire engagRPi inso H-toa
Hi RerCalde mel I'rofitalne Busi ,,u. it
,amye time dooIg god to theair tp
uii,,,a in life Samwple 82.00, sent by.
anail on receipt of price. SE 'I F"'
WHOLEs.ALE ('IR('ULAIL Al.ti'D.'
Sietoria MJIanufact it uring *(
17 IPAIK PLWCE. NI'w YloRl
OF EVERY DESCRIfI0-'
BOOTY AND SHOES,
BELTING, PAClING A HOlE,
BALL TOYS. r.,
s ltan6ArwAr, con. FaIlxe Sr., N
82 I..'a rrZrr, CmcAcm.
5?7 MsaaKte ftmr, a. FaPC
F. LM.bHEPPARD. ?~" r
J. A. MINOTT,
ISc . I IILIlMS lTi rr.
roa ~os rT'epar
NE W ORELE.T8
Nousee , sad Steambo.Lt, '