O. J. DUNN,
P. M. WILLIAMS.
B. F. JOUBERT,
P. G. DESLONDE,
M. H. TWITCHELL,
B. P. BLANCHARD,
[By telegram, dated New Orleans, March 1,
1870 ; received at Washington 11:10
Hon. George :. Boutwell, Secretary of the
The undersinged respectfully ask
for the removal of James F. Casey,
collector of customs.
JOHN B. CLAY,
L. T. DELASSIZE.
[By telegram, dated New Orleans, March4
2, 1870; received at Washington 1220 P. x.]
L. A. Sheldon, Member of Congress:
Casey's administration here will
ruin the Republican party. He
ought to be removed. You may
show this to Secretary Boutwell.
[By telegram, dated New Orleans, March
2, 1870; received at corner Fourteenth
street and Pennsylvania avenue 5:39.]
George S. Boutwell, Washington, D. C.:
The gentlemen who ask the re
moval of Collector Casey but echo
the universal demand of the whole
Republican party of this State.
H. L. SWORDS,
faralysis a Pause of Kleptomania.
Some celebrated European physi
cians, applying the doctrine of the
conservation and correlation of
forces to moral mania, have recently
contributed some important articles
to medical science, showing that
certain physical diseases are the ac
tual causes of kleptomania. Prit
chard cites the case of the wife of a
man of fortune, who was in the
habit of stealing on all occasions
whenever she visited bhops. In this
case, paralysis (partial) and soften
ing of the brain existed. The hus'
band was so overwhelmed with grief
and shame that he left the fascina
tions of the city, and banished him
self to the country, where there
were no shops, but the mania
remained. It is a curious fact that
in one stage of paralysis a delusion
always exists in the mind of the
sufferer that what he steals is his
own property, or has been stolen
from him, and that he merely
reclaims his own. Sometimes he
imagines that God orders him to
steal. Paralysis is sure to cause
stealing in some shape or other,
and stealing, indeed, may be some
times regarded as a symptom of
the disease. This is an important
subject, and one of unusual interest,
worthy of the careful investigation
of the medical scientist.
OBLIGATIONS OF CORlION CAR~IERS.
The Chicago Post thus speak~s of
the obligations of common carriers:
'Whether the great fire was "the act
of God," or primarily the act of a
bovine, it cannot exempt common
carriers from their legal liability for
obligations incurred in the way of
business. The shipper who holds
a receipt, or without one, who can
prove delivery of goods, unless
upon special agreement, has an in
disputable legal claim for any losses.
The doctrine often works hardship
in particular oeaes, but it would be
a much greater hardship to vary the
rule of absolute liability which car
riers incur in their ordinary avoca
tOion Ages of experience have
manctiled the law. Our contempora
ries in the country who seem to be
giving way to fears on the subject
need apprehend' no difficulty in
these eases, even if there is delay.
Railroad companies are not likely
to seriously take a position they
cannot maintain in court. In taking
goods or passengers, for hire, they
take the legal responsibilities in
volved, and cannot evade them.
The extent of a conflagration has
nothing to do with the question, and
is no more the "act of God" than
the burning of a single building. It
would take a volcanic eruption to
change this rule.
-A wag told us the other day,
that "ous half of the lawyers [email protected]
without a ceas and dia without
Fad ass Fasey.
-Laugh at no man for his pug
pose-you can't tell what may turn
-A schoolmaster in the country
advertises that he will keep a Sun
day school twice a week.
-It is a popular delusion to be
lieve that powder on a lady's face
has the same effect as in the pan of
a musket-assists her to go off.
-The most remarkable case of
indecision we ever heard of, was
that of a man who sat up all night,
because he could not decide which
to take off first, his coat or his
-In what two cases are precisely
the same means used for directly
opposite purposes ? Why, bars to
be sure. They are put on bank
windows to keep thieves out, and
on jail windows to keep them in.
-A young lady is charged with
having said, that if a cart wheel has
nine felloes, it's a pity if a pretty
girl like her can't have one.
-A retired schoolmaster excuses
his passion for angling by saying
that, from constant habit, he never
feels quite himself unless he's hand
ling the rod.
-What gentleman can with any
sense of propriety, ask a fat woman
to lean on his arm.
-2It has been ascertained that
the man who held on to the last
was a shoemaker.
-A good sermon is like a kiss.
It requires but two heads and an
-A gentleman whose daughter
had married a man by the name of
Price, was congratulated by one of
his friends, who remarked.
"I am glad to see your have got a
good price for you daughter."
-A certain editor in speaking of
the miseries of Ireland, says,
"Ireland's cup of misery has been
for ages overflowing, and seems to
be not yet full."
-The country member who so
frequently rises to a p'int of order,
invariably site down again to a
quart of "suthin wet."
-A man very much intoxicated
was sent to jail. "Why did you not
bail him out ?" inquired a bystander
of a friend. "Bail him out !" ex
claimed the other ; "Why you
couldn't pump him out."
"Ma, if you will give me an apple,
I will be good." "No my child, you
must not be good for pay-you
ought to be good for nothing."
-At a Sunday school examina
tion, the teacher asked a boy
whether he could forgive those who
wronged him. "Could you," said
the teacher, "forgive a boy, for ex
ample, who has insulted or struck
you ?" "Y-e-e-s, sir." replied the
lad very slowly "I think,-I--could,
if he was bigger than I am."
-A medical man of the very old
school, calls all operations that are
performed without the patient feel
ing anything, "senseless opera
-"Tom, come, now tell us the
biggest lie you ever told in all yomr
life, and you shall have a glass of
"A lie ! I over told a lie in all
"Draw that stout."
-An Irish paper concludes a
biography of Robespierre with the
ifollowing sentence :-This extraor
dinary man loft no children except
his brother, who was killed at the
-A wag says there is no danger
of hard times among the shoe
makers, because, every shoe is
"soled" before it is ready for the
-"I am afraid you'll come to.
want," said an old lady to her
"I have come to want already,"
was the reply, "I want a nice young
-"Do you keep pins and needles?"
inquired a strahping fellow the other
day at a dry goods store.
"Yes," replied the store keeper,
all sorts of needles and pins."
"Well, then, I will have some ten
pins and terrapins."
-A melting sermon being preach
ed in a country church, allfellweep
ing but one mmn: who being asked
why he iant weep with the rest,
Oh f maid he, "Ibelong to another
ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
To St. Louis, CThicago, Omaha, San
Francisco, St Paul, Kansas City, Leav
enworth, St Joseph,
Lad all Points North, Egat and West.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the
New Orleans, Jackson mad Great
Northern Railroad Depot daily, at 7
A. M. and 5 P. K.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of
Canal street daily at 8 A. IL, via the
New Orleans, Mobile and Chattanooga
Railroad, making close connections
at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio
Railroad to all points North, East
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
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and
Chatanooga Railroad %o. 150 Com
mon street, under St. Charles HoteL
J. IL WINGFIELD.
General Superintending Agent St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southetn Railroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
The Mobile division of this road will be
opened for business on
Monday, November $1, 1870,
and passenger trains will run as follows :
Leave New Orleans, from the foot of
Canal street, for Bay St. Louis, Pass
Christian, Mississippi City, Bilozi, 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 OHIO, and the MO
BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAIL
ROADS for all points
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20
A. M. Arriving at 6:10 P. M.
Fare Between New Orleans and Mobile,
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
For further information, call at the
General Office of the company, rooms one
and two, up stairs. STORY BUILDING,
corner Camp and Common streets.
J. IL KENDRICK,
The New Orleans, Jackson, and Great
Northern sad Mississippi
Run tbeir Passenger Coaches and Bag
gages Cars, their combined
length without change.
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RE
SIDENG7E TO DESTINATION.
The 71,1. .ExpressTriai ras Daily,
Makes close connections for Vicksburg,
Mem phis, &t Louis, Chicago, Louisville,
and all points beyond, Sleeping cars at
night, Canton to Grand Junction and
TYhe Mail Train leates New Orleans Daily,
at SI'. 1.
Makes schedule connections with Light
ning Expreestrains, to all pomnts NORTH,
EAST and WEST. Carries the great
TI.. to New York, 70 Ioars.
New and elegantly Attsd up Sleeping
Cairn run to Humboldt, Tennessee, Cleve
land, Tennss.ee, san Lois~ville, Kentuc
Express Train SBath arrives at 1 30
Mall Train South arrives at 11:06 A. K.
Ticket Offce, Galveston, Iron Building.
Ticket Ocees, New O0dma, under City
Hotel, cot. Camp and Common streets,
and at Depot.
K. Q. SEWALL4 General Superintendent;
J. B. MOME, General Ticket Agent
New Odeans, Jackson and Great
K. D. FROST, (enmelSepeulntmdent.
D. 5. MoUNt, omessi sTlebe hgse.
-ismlp Cantal Uairoa
5. UsooTY, GimnL luasieAp nt
TE INm RUBBER COMB CO.
Nos. 9,11 x.3Mercer Street,
sole mauatueture, ander Suiyur's
and layer's Patents,
INDIA RUBBER COMBS,
Fine Tooth Combs,
[A variety of Elegant Fancy Patterns.]
ALSO, SOLE MANUFACTURERS
COMBINATION SIDE COMBS
. [Mans uxuan PAULT's Parsuir.]
The sale of any Combination Side
Combs, no matter of what material
made, uzless sold under a license
from us, is prohibited by law.
cEAiaS A. DAlL. limso,.
A New e,. Shearewamu Ymm
A Xewagaper ed abs prose"s Thes.
Iaemded for Peopl New es saysh.
-aed" TIrseaw ,btes. N er-a, Pre
waenal Un. Wwem, Taelas, sad all Man.
-e of Keest Isls. sad the wins, Saos, sad
OILY ONE DOLLAR A TEAR 1
ONE RUNDRED COPlaI 193 4S,
Or lass ohne Om Cams a copy. LaE there be a
910 club as peery Pot oese.
SaI.sWELY S, S wA TEAR.
of the mug d n ane gesai e racdar as
TIN WMLT. but with a graster variety of
msoehatame reaes. sad tarnbshlng the aews
to 1ts weahrberswlth grealer frDebane. begame
1s sinew Swise a west lasmes. of oDeg ealt.
THE DAILY SUN, $6 A YEAR.
sma~memmu cla etlie. All the sews
N oems a moms, pr as mass.O, tl.
'IZRMS TO CLUBS
THE DOLLAR WELY SUN.
T e eepoesi. o year, adm Do,
Yh7 hre Dollars.
0mm unitm emv em rea.toesm dre
(sOdMMIddSSoe/) ION M~0rERCHANTS.
(1gand- thlily oa"In omm sear. to orhedds uwlmid
Pm hBre PemSAc Ce yar. Anarma.
iOsrleadn, sL an T mysow ewLa.t
THE SEM7I-WEEKLY SUNY.
Flye coda, as yeargt. melseta
Tea cops.. om yesr. cepareely mseaned (asd
as extra copy to ginser up cf dab). c
SEND YOUR MONBY
P.OR V. ICESBUCG, C.IB 8.nd
Ne Olez~sLa SretiatLae.
PINCHaryanCKrln, P NTiNce,' o
GooumichssumilksBnd DE cportS,
2icJbr4 Grad c l B. Joeph mto
Baetonso. e Plon~aqteantionDomedto allsaes
and pn imases, asinge seof fa-na, ecnet.
Cbnig leane s cboveread, wi Instane asl
sooneeas at ipedunesbtergwise inhastnwor
onlt e Bill of Lh ading. 'lilbtal
Lo eaves on SATURAY. atpl e5 P. a
Vicab 0, Grand ulZ5 Aseph,Rd
Theno an iagimtse cmmershe
THE BALANCE WHEEL
4 times a second,
240 times a minute,
14,400 times an hour,
345,600 times a day,
292,00 times a week,
10,368,000 times a month,
126,144,000 times a year.
MORE IS EIPECTED OFA WATCH,
THAN ANY OTHER KIND
B mnas not only rim till day, bhual night;
not only on weekdays, but on Sundays and
holidays. I mast run hanging up or lying
down-ad. down or right side up. B must
keep rwnaing when the weaer .it, dowen or
stand up, When he walks or rides. In facit,
it is lepeeted to do its duty at all time,, in
every place and in samry position.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fulfl all these requirements. I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tick for you
a hundred and twenty-six million times in
a year, without even requiring fresh oil
all that time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
5 Spring, 9 wheels, 51 Screws, and 98 other
parts making altogether 136 separate pieces,
ALL GENUINE WALTHAM
Watohem have seven
Tas arra nswrLamn aZs sEarE aswmar.
TaE FULL IIWULLD RATE iirxzsu
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
by machinery, The machinery used in
making the movement of a single watch
coast over a Hundred T ousand Dolars,
yet we sell these Watches, in a solid Silver
Hunting Case, for $18. The same watch
could not be made by hand and finisheds
as perfectly for Tar Tumm s s cm.
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, dc., were
mixed together, ten watches could be
made by putting these parts together
again, withuot any reference to their
forcer combination. This is a
For, if any part of a Waltham Watch is
in, ared we can always replace it at a
A SENUHE WALTHAM WATCH
Is made with special reference to
Other Watches will ran for a year or two,
an require constant repairs ; but
A. Wmathwan Watoh
WILL RUN FAITHFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS
We sell these Watches,
IN SOLID SILVER HUNTING
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES,870
We have prepared an
ILUSTRATED PRICE LIST,
which describes the various grades of
Watches in detail, gives the weight and
quality cf the Cases, and all other inform
ation necessary forean intelligent selection.
We wish every one would send f'
before ordering a Watch.
Write fer it as follows :
Messrs. HowAnnD CO.,
No. 785 Broadwosy,
Newo York :
Please send me pour lIduatreted Price
List qf Waltham Watches, as per adver
tisemesad ia Tax Looremanx.
(Sign maime and addrees in full)
We have seat out over Stbs Thousand of
these watphes upon this. coaditious, san
hajeosly bees asked to refand~he money
ia three eases. andamot one of thms was I
on account of &.atheishton with the
Watch, but because the parties needed
th. mosey mc's.
Wus avs ue Aemr., saz ama rsena
AsM -e saa ro au.. A swumas ow
Osaues aSss c5s s53 UA W&Iasp muon
US AND ir wus, cosr urm uo moax sman i
ax HTED i Naw ,XOSE As) -B a
we no lsr em~s.
Walthsam Watehes in any Isaitatiom, Gilt,
Flatse, Orids, flledC55i**whaseWr(th~el
are anl other -se for Drass ow Garmin 4
Silver). The Waltham Watsh is worthy
of a solid Qold or Silver Caase, and we do
netproposeeto seflltth any othr
Isam s cu mx 1e5 A Psam1galr.
Asaemm -s iu.,
Jemimi. sad al~ncs,
Ns Us hanswar, Nuw seas
WA 2JHMNAKU8, RTC.
GOLD AND SILVER
And Fine Gold Jewelry. Keep always on
hand all classes and patterns of Gold,
Silver and Steel Spectacles' and Eye
Glasses. Glasses changed and sent to
any part of the country. Watch repairs
done promptly and warranted. Address
112 Carondelet Street,
Feb. 16 ly " Nzw Oarnasus.
$5. * GOOD $8.
AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United
States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
we are authorised by them to close out
a large line of European Watches,
Chains. etc., now is stock, for Cash, at
prices never before known. All beautiful
in finish, artistic in design, reliable or
accurate time, durable, and of the late.
style. Every Watsh will be retailed at lee
than cost of importation, and forwarded
securely packed, prepaid, to any part of
the country on receipt of price. Money
can be sent to us by Exprees, with or
ders tsr Express Co.. to return Goods or
Cash, whiek will secure promptness and
safety to purchaser. Among our list will
be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, genuine English full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
steel cut hands, engine turn nerl, 8orr
and serviceable article, large or small ze
in complete running order, wiih an
elegant Gent's Vest Chain, Locket and
key, all complete, mailed free for FIVE
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fine
18 karat Gold plated Double Caeses
imitation of $100 Gold Watch-engraved
or plain, genuine English, full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
correct, and in complete running or
der with elegent Gent's Vest Chain,
withLocket and Key, mailed pro-paid for
only EIGHTEEN DOLLABR.
' The Oride Gold Watch,
IN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double
Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegantly
engraved, or engine tarned, 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. $201 Gold Watch.
One of these splendid Watches will be
forwarded by mail free to any addrtes, in
handsome morocco case, lined with velvet
and satin, (Ladies' or Gent's size Wtch, )for
only TWELVE DOLLARS.
Watches for Holiday Presents manufac
tured to order.
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES
of all grades, in Gold and Silver Cases,
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 Ge
nuine Oride Gold Chains, $2 to $6 each,
warranted fully equal to Gold in brilliancy
of eolor, wear, etc., Bills of over $12 col
lected on delivery, if desired. All Bills of a
$12, and less, must becash in P. O.
Money Orders, or Registered Letters, at
our risk. Goods carefully selected, packed
and forwarded pre-paid by mail, or by I
Exprees, or receipt of price. Sale delivery a
of all goods guarenteed. Watches forward- I
ad to be examined to parties known I
when express charges both ways are paid.
No goods forwarded west of the Mississippi
River, ,with bill to collect en delivery.
Purchasers munst pay all exiescharges
on goode sent C. 0. D.;ab for return
of money. All Cash orwggg forwarded
free of charges to destimati.s Catalogues
Free. Address all orders.
CRAS. P. NORTON 4 CO.,
Importers of Wstches, etc.
Established 1657. 86 Naemau St, N. Y.
Lock-BrSmth & Bell-Hansper
1161 £ AILINGI 11ITTI 1?
206, COMMON STRZEET,
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lbhes 6nuzeies, Cbgb Ym, hewihe
when as l ear
DRY GOODS, CLOTS
JOSEPH H,. WIL0
163. ... CANAL STREET,
DRY GOODS, GENT8
LADIE 8ROOM[ OR SHAWIg
CARPETS, MATTING AND 4
1A visit to the store will
Persons wishing to buy cheap ad
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Near St. Charles,
NEW ORLEANS, LA
MEN'S AND Bo1'0
(or mae owe vir,
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Every Article Marked ,
Goods sold on "one price" Msef
any article purchased which tals d
satisfaction can be returned and tim
ey will be refunded.
ar3foderate Prices and
Stock to select from are
the inducements offered at
B. T. WALSHE'S
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110 Canal St., near St Charxeu
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