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,.. d liveortl :o tle. (lviunor of tha
i-'*t~ of Liui.siia, and if the same
shall be in conformity with tle pro
visions of thin act, he shall endorse
his approvl in writing thereoin and
case the said nmort~iage thug tip
the offee of the Serrt-:r"r of Salite.
Such approval ,by the (Ioveruor
shall be conclusive as to the suli
ciency of the form aLi rexecution of
proved to be recorded at lcngth in
said mort gjo, and as to its cnu
forimity to the I,r vi.onas of this
act; and such recording shal be
conclusive notice to all persons of
said mortgage, and such lien shall
be paramount to all othi r liens and
aatum brances upon the mortgaged
premises, txcept the aforesaid lie
of the first mortgags to the extent
of twelve th,.is lad ive hundred
dollrrs, inl g I, coil, of the United
States, anu1 interent, on each and
every mile of s.id m.:in line of rail
road within the State of Loui.,iana.
Sec. 19. Ie it fartlher enacted,
etc~., That when the said second
mortgage sh:dall have been so do
livenred, l'l'ro vedl and recrded, and
One continuou, portion or section
of ten miles ill length of the s(lia
snamn line of ra.lroad within lite
State of Louisiana sihlali  va lb.i-e
constructed, and the iron r.ils laid
theroon, the comp::ay may deliver
to the Governor of the State of
Louisiana one hundlredl a,d ".twe- tv
five thouaand dollar , o: twent;-five
thousan.l ron:e:; ste-ling, o' 2l h
s:,cond nmrtgage bonds, antd the
Governor shall thereupon subscribe
a certific:.at to be written or printed
upl',a each of said bonds in the fol
lowing words: -Thei payment of.
te principal of the within bond
when clu'. anti of the interest there
of as it accrues, is guaranteed by
the State of Louisi;,na, p li'isu:int
to the provisions of the act of tihe
General Asse-mbly of said State,
authorizing such guarantee,' an;d
shall aflix the great seal of the State
of Louisiana to such cert;.ic tte, and
the said seal shall he attested by
the signature of the Se:'retary of
State, and the bonds sha:l then be
delivered to the cºamp:any for its
general uses arnd p!,rpoaces autsor
ized by its charter.
Sec. 20. Be it further eua:tved,
etc., That upon the construction of
said adliitiomnl seciidn or p,.rtion
of ten miles in length of a ad main
line railroa:u, within the State of
Luutisiane, a further amount of
such second mort :age bontds, equ d
to twelve thousanl five hundred
d,'lars per mile, or two tho':.:an'i
five hundred pounds ito. ling, as
the company may elect, for each
and every mile in length of said
mntin line of railr,'a within the
State of Louisiana, so c instructed
(and for which bondl3 shall not
have previously issued and guaran
teed as herein provided) and there
upon the said Governor shall sub
scribe a certificate of guarantee
upon each and every of such bonds
in the form prescried in section
nineteten of this act, and tilhe same
shall be sealed rand attached in like
masnner, and shall forthwith be
delivered to the comrupany for its
general uses and purposes antheor
izced by its character. And when a
furthel.r section of ten miles is comu
pleted a similar issue of bonds shall
be made, rand for every ten miles,
all the re:iidue of the second mort
gage bonds, authorized by this act
may be executed 1,by the company,
and certificates of gua:rantee there
on, in the form aforesaid, shall be
subscribod by the Gov.rnor, and
sealed and attested as hereinbefore
provided; and such guarantee bonds
shall fi;rthwith be delivered to the
company for its general uses and
purposes authorized by its charter.
Sec. 21. Be it further enacted,
etc., That the signature of the Gov
eraor to certificate of guarantee
shall be conclusive evidence in
favor of the holder of every bond
so certified that the conditions of
this act have been complied with
on the part of the company and that
said kInds have been duly made
and regularly certified and issued
pursuant to the provisions of this
act; and every such certificate of
guaMrantce, when so subscribed,
shall be a valid and binding obliga
tion of the St:ate of L uisi:an in
lavor of whomsoever shall from
time to time be the holder of the
bond bearing such certificate; and
the State of Louisiana hereby
pledges its public faith and credit
to the performance of such guaran
tee according to its terms
SEC. 22. Be it further enacted, etc.,
That nothing in this act cointaiued
shall impair or restrict the powers
heretofore granted the said compa
ny to issue bonmds and to, mortgage
its crporate Iproperty and fnut hi
aee, except that the said company
shall not ha power to make any
morfgge, or reuas any incum
be Am prD its mid main line of
railroad, within the State of Louis
lnaL, which shall have priority over
iho .ecoud mortgage to any greater
sxtent than twelve thousand five
hundred dollars in gold coin of the
United States of America, and the'
interest thereon, in Lke coin, at a
rate pct exceeding eight per cent
per annum, upon each and every
mile of the entire length of said main
line railroad within the State of Lon
isiana, and in case of a foreclosure
of any mortgage upon the said main
line of railroad shall have been com
pleted, the State of Louisiana may,
through its Governor, require that:
p trt of said main line of railroad
within the State of Louisiana which
shall have been constructed, and in
re qpet of which the State of Louis=
iana shall have guaranteed second
mortgage bonds be sold separately,
and the proceeds of the part so sold
together with its due proportir.n of:
the proceeds of the cars, engines
and personal property of the coin
pany shall constitute a fund upon
which the first mortgage shall be a
first lien, to the extent only of se
curing first mortgage bonds tolthe
amount of twelve thousand five
h'unidred dollars in gold coin per,
:mile, for every mile of eons'trcted
road thus sold,.with the arrearages
of interest thereon; and after pay
ing such nam unt of first mortgage,
bouds and interest out of said fund
the surplus or so much thereof as!
may be necessary shall be applied
to the payment of the said second
mo·rtgage bonds guaranteed by the
State of Louisiana, and all arrears
ages of interest thereon. Or in
case such sale shall be made under
the second mortgage, the sale may
be made subject to said first unort
ga e, and the portion so eold shall
be released and discharged from
the said first mortgage, and the
lien and operations thereof on the
sus render by the purchaser to the
trustee under said first mortgage of
lir.,t mortgage bonds to the amount
of twelve thousand ive hundred
dollars and the unpaid coupons
there:unto appertaining for each
and every mile of said railroa.l so
o,:d, or on the payment by the
purcllhasr, to said trustee of a sum
snfiflient to discharge a like amount
of first mortgage bonds and the!
counl, ns in arrears thereon.
Sec. 2:. Be it further enactedi
etc., That whereas, the line of the
r:.i'r.,eel of said company, as in
tended to be cnnstructed, will ex
tetld beyond this State, it is hereby
declared that the cars and engines,
and all personal property which
said company may acquire, shall
for the purposes of this act, and tor
all mortgage purposes, be deemed
p:rt of the reality, and be apor
tioned according to the number of'
miles of railroad constructed and'
owned by the company in eachl
State, so that the number of cars
and engines and amount of personal
property shall be deemed to beloung
to the portion of the company's
railroad constructed and lying with
in the limits of either of said States,
shall at all times bear the same pro
portion to the whole number of
cars, engines and whole amount of
personal property owned by the
company, which the number of
miles of railroad of the company,
constructed and lying within such
State, shall bear to the aggregate
number of miles of the railroad of
the eompany constructed in all of
said States.
Se. 21. Be it further enacted,
etc., That all the power , privileges,
grants and franchises which are by
this act granted to said company
for the construction and mainten
ance of its main line of railroad
with:n the State of Louisiana, shall
be andt are hereby made applicable
to such branch railroads as said
company is authorized to construct;
and for all the purposes of this act
such branch railreads shall be
deemed and taken to form and con
stitute a part of the said main line
of said railroad within the State of
Iouisiana, in this act designated
and referred to.
Sec. 25. Be it further enacted,
etc., That if any person or persons'
shall willfully do or cause to be
done any act or acts whatever,
whereby any surveyor's lines or
marks, any buildings, construction
or works of said company, or any
engine, machine or structure, or
any matter or thing appertaining
to the same, shall be stopped, ob
structed, impaired, weakened, in
jured or destroyed, the person so
offending shall be deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor, and shall forfeit
and pay to the said company double
the amount of damages sustained
by reason of such offenses or injury,
to be recovered in the name of said
company, with costs of suit by ac
tion of debt; and msuch offenders
shall also be subject to indictment,
u,ahabll be sentenced on convio
tion, at the discretion of the ooart,
foc a period not exceeding eighteen
months.
See. 26. Be it further enacted,
etc., That whenever any number of
stockholder. representing three
fourths of the stock now subscribed
to said railroad company,shall accept
the amendment and the conditions
in the preceding sections of this act,
said sections shall be incorporated
into the charter of this company,
and take the place of any of the
provisions of the original charter
and act amendatory thereof that
may be inconsistent therewith, and
at the next" general ekc:ion for
directors, they shall increase the
number of directors to nine in place
of seven, as provided in the original
charter, five of whom shall form a
quorum to transact business.
Sec. 27. Be it further enacted,
etc., That s:aid company may accent
the terms, conditions and provisions
of this act, at any time within ninety
days from the date of its passage
and approval, by a written accept
ance, signed by a majority of the
directors of s id companyv, and ad
dressed to the Governor of the
State of L-uisiana, and in case of
such acceptance by said company,
said cmpany shall be entitled to
the benefits of the provisions of
this act, and shall possess and enjoy
the rights and franchises granted to
sail company by the State of Lou
isiana, in this act and heretofore.
and such gra.nts and the engage
ments herein tmade and entered
into on the part of the State of
Louisiana, shall be deemed to be,
and shill be binding contracts
between the State of L.ouisiana and
the sail company, not to be inm
paired, disturbe I or ualditicl by
subsequent legislation, except with
the consent anl on the peti:ion of
s.:d company.
Sec. 28. Be it further enacte1(,
etc., That all laws or parts of laws
heretofore passed, inconsistent with
this act are hereby repealed so far
Sn'y as they are in couflict with the
provisions of this act, and that this
act shall t-ake effect from and after
itt passage.
(Signed) GEO. W. CARTER,
Speaker of the 1Houe of Repre
sentatives.
(Signed) OSCAR J. DUNN,
Lieuteinnt (.,Gvernor anu I're.i
dent of the Sen:ate.
Approved October 25, 1871.
(Signed) H. C. WAI1MO(TH,
Governor of the Sta'e of Louisian .
A true copy:
F. J. HEanoN,
Secretary of State pro tern.
THE PRERS..--I love to hlear tli,
rumbiling of the st amn-pol or presy
better thaln the rattle and tle ro r
of artillery. It is si'!.ntly attacking
and vanquishing the MlallakoIffs of
vice and the Redana of evil; and its
paradlells and approaclhs cannot be
resisted. I like the click of the
type in the composing stick better
than the click of the musket in the
bands cf the soldier. It bears a
loaden messenger of deadlier power,
,of sublimer force, and of a surer
aim, which will hit its mark, though
it is a thousand miles ahead.--Dr.
Chapin.
HOKSELLL ERS, S TA T"ONERS
COSMOPOLITA NEWS EPOT,
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.,
No. 94, Exchange Alley, betuen
Bienrille and Conti Streeds, New Or
leans.
All the large Northern and Western dai.
lies.
More than one hundred and sixty diff.
event publieationa received and sold.
Suberiptions received to all periodical
publications.
Subeeribers will be saccountable for the
subwription as long as they do not send
tback the papelr, or notify otherwise.
(CARPENTERS, FURNITURE, de
JULIU&P. BROWN.
HOUSE C.UARPENTER
CLANAL Sr. BetnrtLmar & Roaraos TBr'a.
Jobbing. Attended to PsnctmaIy.
The Mitchell & Ramellsberg
FUINITURE CO.,
ArrieAUrU AsS DE-nALa tI AzLL KDS Or I
MATTRASSES,
LCOKING
GL.SSEf,, &e.,
103 and 105 Camp s~eet, corner Poyra.s,
MOEtSQue UILDINO,
NEW ADVERTI8EMENTS.
Ta InuA RAun= CtoMB Co
Nos 9, I & 13 Mercer Street,
NEW YORK,
Sole maiaietrer, ndt'r iedyear's
and Iyer's Patents,
OF
INDIA RUBBER CIOMBS,
Dressing Combs.
Long Combs.
L Twist Combs
Fine Tooth Combs,
([A variety of Elegant Fancy Patterns.]
Pocket Combs.
Ridding Combs.
Hair Pins.
ALSO, SOLE M.ANT~ACTURERS
COMBINATION SIDE COMBS
[(MDE rDz F hrLt'a PrATEsT.]
The sale of any C,)mbin a ion Sid
Comlbs, no }natter of what material
made, unless sold under a license
from .r, is prohibited by law.
1--w gala W tt
CrAEz A. DANL. 365,.
A Newapaer of the Preasnt Times.
Inteoded for People Now oes erth.
Ineludla ars.s a. Meebai, lerhlats, Pro.
feestonal Ma, Workes. lThtakes, sad all Man.
mer of Hoest Folks. ae she Wives, Sees, sad
Daugst.rs of all sulh.
ONLY ON1 DOLLAR A YRAn I
ONS rnUNDRED COPIMB /OR 1 ,
or les thba ome Cent a Cop. OLe tbeate e a
$i30 Club as ever Pest ODe.
UI.WzmELY SITN, 5 A TYAR.A
of the same lm asd gIseeal eharacter as
TIHE WEEKLY. but with a greater variety of
miellaeoen treadin, and furnashing the neaw
to Its aunserlbers with greater frashnes. because
It omes Slos a wek astNd of once only.
THE DAILY BUN, SO A YrAR.
,eA aet redtbte neieleer. the
zE eaewarloe m s a6 wria. Free, ade.
endnt, rand leas. to pelltics. AIl the news
rom eveeywben. Two esm a opy; by null.
3o cnts a mobl. or $$ a year.
TERMS TO CLUBS.
TiUE DOLLAR WEKILY 5t'N.
Five copies. oe year. as'dr-d
T er Dinears.
a Ra e useop to ER.wEseL up gf lta.
Twery eoptes. one year., lera tev addr e
(ad a esatr esopy so tgete supo eLb).
Fftly ensats. ue, sear. he oue sldnsw t'd fv
.Bea-aeeky oa year to trutter up o(alub),
Q hirty-three Dollars.
ty oples eno year. epartiely addresed (8and
laeyorrty-oew Ddorau.),
One bo ea ease yea r. Srro me adres.
(end she lily for " em ear to the setter ua of
club). ifry Dolars.
One hundred e yer. separately ad.
dressmd tred a Jayforsa eart to tb· oedtt
np of Nab). t Deflat
TeE KEXI-WESKLY SUN.
P SN D YOUR AON EY
Ye rk l l aeneso msteeo s sdrawemso.
d uSOWaN eos . ssea t e. dorire e
P. B. 8. Pped, ACs C.oC.AAyrsnrz.t
PIN7CBACK, & ANTOINE,
1R.C, CKroG,lDtVIl' .,
mei . Proptr attdntion, ea oea 1o.1
and purchases, leasi, of .t s, e., etc.
soon as hippcd, lress otherwise inst Ptd
on the Bill of LadiYrg. I
VICKSBURG AND BENDS.
FOIt VICKSlBUR, DAVol' Bed t
Lesves on dATUiWAY, at 5 P.M. .
CGREEO,'VzLOy Ai YEI
Baosd, (Grud 'Lake, Leo.
Skipwitli, Lake Providence, Trn mylvnnia,
VicksburgGa, Grand Gulf, St. Joseph, Rod
ney, Waterproof, Natchez, Bayou Sara,
Baton Rouge, Plaqnemine,Imonahloonville,
and all intermediate and Coat landings.
The new and magnifcent steamer
SNATCHEZ,
T. P. Leathiheris, Master.
Will leave as aboven, and, will land il
Coot passengers with their freight.
Connects at Vicksburg with packets for
all points on the Yazoo and T~Jiahatchie
rivers.
For freight or passage apply on board
orto
JO, JANNEY, Agent.
150 Common Street.
8T. PHIUP STORE.
230 ROYAL ST. CORNER.
ST. PHILIP, i
Sew Orlans.
I. 1. CDIAPELLI,
Stapletad FYiery Dry Goeds,
TP IMMING8 AN' ItAT,
"A? Atucon PRa itncES
WALTHAN IWATCHE).
THE BALANVEc WRER
OF A
WALTHAM WATCH
4 times second,
940 times a minute,
14,400 times an hor,
345,600 times a day,
292,00 times a week,
10,368,000 times a month,
126,144,000 times a year.
MORE IS EXPECTED OFA WATCII.
THANANY KIND OF
IN MA CHER Y.
It must not only ~an nil day, bhual alght
not only o wseekdays, bud on Sundays and
Holidays. It must run hanging up or lying
adown-upside down or rihtd side up. It must
keep running when the wearer sits down or
stand up, 117,en he walks or rides. In fact,
it is expected to do its dtly at all limes, in
reery place ,and in stry position.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fulfil all these requirements. I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tick for you
a hundred and twenty-~x million times in
a year, without even requiring fresh oil
all that time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
corTAXIN
5 Spring, 9 wahells, 51 Scretes, and 98 other
parts mnaking alitojether 136 separate pieces.
ALL GENUINE WALTHAM.
Watohom have meve_.
Ti E EXTr.A JEWEILLED tAVE ELEVEN JEwI.L
THE FULL JEWELLED IRAVE FIFTEEN
JEWELS,
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
'by machinery, The machinery used in
making the movement of a single watch
cerat over a lhoulred T,,ausarul )ollars,
yet we sell these Watches, in a solid Silver
Hunting Case, for $18. The smWe watch
could not be made by hand and finisheds
as perfectly for T:N 'FIMES AS MvCH.
A Genuine waltham Watch
Is iht'rchangeable, like a Springfield rifle
that is, any part of one WA.tch is exactly
like the same part in an,,ther ; aad af tcu
Watches of one grade were taken apart,
i and the screws, wheels, springs, &e., were
mixed together, ten watches could hI
made by putting these parts together
again, withuot any refcrcne3 to their
former combination. This is a
GRE.AT ADVAN.T.A'E;
For, if any p~;rt of a Waltham Watch is
injarel we can always re.llace it at a
A GENUNE WA LTHAM WATCH
Ins made with s:se.ial r-4,.renco to
DLIAl BILITY
Other Watches -mi run for a year or two,
an require constant repairs ; but
a Waalthaa Watch
WILL RUN FAITHFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS.
We sell these Watches,
IN SOLID SILVER HUNTING
CASES ........................... $18
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES, $70
We have prepred an
ILLUSTRATED PRICE UIST,
lwhich describes the various grades of
Watches in detail, gives the weight and
quality of the Cases, and all other inform
ation necessary foran intelligent selection.
We wish every one would send for it
before ordering a Watch.
Write fer it as follows :
Messrs. Howard & ta.,
No. 785 Broadway, Xew Trurk:
Pease send me yor Il,)ttratled Price
List o if dtham Wsatches, as per adcer
lisemant in Tas Locsu xux.
(6Sigu name and address in full)
WITHOUT EXPENSE,
on
teof.d the Mtoney.
We have sent out over Ive Thousandl of
these Watches upon these conditions, and
have only been asked to refand the money
in three cases, and not one of these was
on account of dissatisfacton with the
Watch, but because the parties needed
the money more.,
Wa NavE Ne Aomra. Ai os o areax I
A Tw suxe To Au. A A maIDxNT Or
O ooR on OR TrXs CAN BU A WATCH rNO
us AnD rr wnl oost ar No moss TARa ti
a- -n.vn mx Nw ToaL A.' ass as
ExnuLAzn I Ta Pimc Lmr.
Special Notic.-We Ga. ot sell
Waltham Watches in any Imitation, Gilt,
Plated, Oride, Filled Cases whatever (these
are all other mnmes for Bras or Ger.man
Silver). The Waltham Watch is worthy
of a solid Gold or Silver Case, and we do
not prope to sell it in any other.
La ~x eN, O aE o NO A Pusca la.
HO SARD & Co.
[ 6a 6A wa , Nzw rtems.
WATQMAKERS AND JaEWEbEiP
DEALER IN GOLD AND
SILVER WA2'CHIE,
And Fine Gold Jewelry. Keep alwayson
hand all elainea and patterns of Gold,
Silver and Steel Spetactele and Eye
Gilasew. Olaaew changed and sent to
any part of the country. Watch repairs
done promptly and warranted. Address
-orders to
Paul Granzin,
112 Carondelet street, New Orleans.
Feb. It ly
GOOD 3s
WATCHES
AT OLD PRICES.
AS TIlE 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 Cash, at
prices never before known. All beautiful
in finish, artistic in design, reliable or
a,.cnrate time, durable, and of the Lates
style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
than cost of importation, and forwarded
securely packed, prelrid, to any part of
the country oni rieipt of price. Money
can lI.e .ent to us by Express, with or
der 1. "r Express Co.. to return Goods or
Cash, which will scenre promptness and
safety to pnrchaser. Among our list will
be found. A B]EATIFUL ENGLLSH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, genuine English full plate
jeowsled movmeunt.i, adjusted regulator.
steel cut haIds, engine turn nerl. correct
and serviceable article, large or small s.ize
in complete running order, wiih an
I elegant Gent's Vest Chain. Locket and
key, all complete, nmaild free for FIVE
DOLLARS.
A VERY ILHANDSOME WATCH in fine
IS karat Gold plated Double Casses -
imitation of $100 Gold Watch--engraved
or plain, genuine English, full pla:te
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
correct, and in complete running or
i der with elegent Gent's Vest Chain.
withLocket and Key, mailed pre-pai.d for
only EIGHTEEN IDOLLALRS.
The Oride Gold Watch.
IS MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Dou,ble
Hunting Magic Spring Cas,s, elegantly
engraved, or engine turned, Genuine
Patent Lever movements, full jeweled,
regulated and warranted to keep correct
time, and wear aequal to Gold, precai
sely like in appearance, miake, finish,
ibrllimacy of color. $2011 G., dd Watch.
Onue of tl: tse Ilendid WVat'hes will ILe
fore arded by mail free to any allrass. i:
hand.,oeoe miorocco caie, lined :..th vI '. tI
amntd satin, (fLulios' or (G t'es size Wtch, for
only TWELVE DOILARS.
Watehes for H.eliday Presents manufac
taredi to order.
GENt INE A3rMERICAN WATCHIEs
of all grales, in (;,old and Silver Case.s,
from $18 np to $21025. Other (ssl VWatch*:
e.tamlly low. With every (lab of sil
Wtatches, of any kind, we send .on," exlr :
of sinc 1:inl free, as a prcn:iu:n te ;getter
ul, of ti,, ('hli.. A salp:rir sta 'k of Ge
ulilne (nrde Gioa,l Chiall!-. SU to, 2(i each,, l
warraut- ,fll',- * pual tlo GollI in brilliancy
of color. -wc:r, aetc.. Bills of over $12 rcol
lected on d,-liv, ry. if desir-d. All ]lill· of
$12, nedl le"s-, gmist lecaslh in P'. O.
htMoney Orders, or Regi:.tered Lette rs, at
our risk. tI ood. carnefully selected, packed
and forwarded pre-paid by mail, or by
Express, or receipt of price. Safe delivery"
of all goods guarenteed. Watches forward
ed to be examined to parties known
when expresa charges both ways are laid.
N good. forwardedl west of the Misaissippi
River, with bill to collect on delivery.
I'urlchasers must pay all express charge~s
on good, rent C. O. D.: air for return
of money. All Cash or&dlr; forwardmled
free of chargen to destinatic;. Catalogues
Free. Address all iorders.
CIlHAS. P. NORT)ON r CO.,
Imiporters of Watches, etc.
Established 1857. fc6 Naman St., N. Y.
No. 34-tf.
GRO EJIES, IPRODUL'E d'c.
A. I. wIuT, L. c.aicHARDn F. I. WAT.
WHITE, RICHARDS & Co.,
Successors to A. D. GIRZFF & Co.,
~ThToloeale -roooer
COMMIION MEIRCHANTS
AND DEALER IN
Southeru and Westera FrIklnece.
10 .......POYDRAS STRL~ T......104
Xm~w O:uLws.
GEO. GIGNAC ALP. JOUTRDAIN.
GGNAC AdD JO8iIDdI.,
Conna Corn rsu VLLnxt, No. 239.
ALWAYS ON HAND
;Choice, Groceries, Coffee, Ts, Previsions,
Wines aid Liq.rs.
AND
SPlmatation -)applLores
(hOrder promptly attended to.
|. B. ETHELL,
MERCHANDISE, FLOUR
AKD
PROVISION BROKER,
105.... POYDRAS STREET....105
W. J. TAYLOR.... JOHN . BURKE
Bulesmen.
W. H. MAAmaNa, C W. BUn-r,
St. Louis. N4w Orleans
MARKHAM & BURT,
Importer and Jobbea of
IHA RII) VA Il ',
109.....GRAVIER 8TREiT.....109
Nzw ORaLBLX
G. CASENAVB.
UNDERTAKIER
NIEW OF.LEAtY&
CARRIAGES FOR HIREL.
DRY GOOlnS, VILOTIJSI
JOSEPH Ii. WJL ,NO
DRY GOODS
EMPORIUM,
163.... CANAL STREET .
FIRST FLOOR:
DRY GOODS, GENTS FUPh N ,
GOODS,
SECOND FLOOR:
LADIES oOlM FOR 8HAWLS, CLOA1.
AND WRAPS.
THIRD FLOOR:
CARPETS, MATTING AND RUncQk
A visit to the store will rtpay ,
persons wishing to buy eteap and elet
goods.
110....CANAL STREET....101
Near St. Charles,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
MEN'S AND BO "'
ShIIIt TT.
(or mLs OWN 1JAx
BOYS AND CHILDIREN
CLOTHING,
IrE'.S ALD BOYS' SIIiITS I.DE ?O 0DI11
Every Article Marked in
Plain Figures.
Goods sold on "one price" syriie., %a
any article prnrhased which fail. e\irs
satisfaition can be returned and the ai..
cy will be ref lndec.
t}YMul.rlerate Prices an:l Frih
Stock to select from are oe d
the indlcceetaus ofi'redl at
B. T. WVA LIlS IH '
PRElill' SIlIRT ANDCLOTHIll E5POl9T
110) Canal St., near SL. C u('rle.
No'w Orloans.
N. B. - Ltt. r ")r-.lrr, r..'vre F r,:pt
a:tP ntin a: i til !.d C. a. ID.iJ l.. red.
I$7 E o ?.y  Tools:
MADE EASY,
IY
We w:t.at Smart aud Enurzr'e Aits to t
tutrouduce air p ,p I: ual, j at.iy e.brae
ted iuv ,ntions, iti every 1irJ, hl
aind City in tIl i jorl.
Indlipensable to Every
IIihusehkold;
They are h i ghly approved of. e::dowl
anld ,uopted Iy Ildies. P)ti~i,." Gu.
DIicines, and now a GRIEA tT AVtl
ITE with them.
Every Family will Purchase OM
of more of them. Something that I
merits are appareit at a GLAN5i
DRUGGIST,
MILLINERS
DRESS3MAKERI
And all who keep FAN.CY sOr-
will find our exzellent articahl .1Jau
VERY RAPIDLY, givs perfect [email protected]'
tion and netting
to all Dealers and Agents.
Count Iry igiahts 8rlIe
to all who desire engaging in an If
lies.lp'eitle anul PrdidAe Busies?, St t
same time doing gond to thair gos*
ni',,n in life Sample $2.00, sent frbl
mail on receipt of price. ESND FB
WHOLESALE CIRIC'LAR. A DiEF.,
I ictoria Jlanatufrturing Ce
17 PARK PLAG(E. NEW YO!lK.
COMPANY.
Manufacturera, Ilmporters
and Jobberm,
Rubber Goods
OF EVERY DESCRIWTIO,'
jQLOTHING,
WBOOTr AND SHOEs,
BELTING, PACKING & HOSE,
ENAMELED CLOTH,
PIANO COVERS,
BALL TOYS. Ac.,
363 Baonuwr, con. Fasi, s T., ST '
8"2 Iz Sar.er, Caicmoo.
607 amarw- STraLEr, Sa.a FWfdoI.C
F. ML. SHEPPARD. Pasims.
J. A. MINOTT, Se
Lock-Smith & d lll-Hang.
10 RAILINGS FITTE Ei,
Zwe S af.War rw
306, COMMON STRET,
NEW ORLEA.
-o
" Presses rapslred Ikli and 0
Hows, sad wSteumoasIY u

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