WG Journal of the State of Lesglana.
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A daughter of the late Mayor Havemeyer,
New York, was arrested and sent to prison
iWidon last week for drunkennees. She
. ft home, she said, to support herself,
b.d fallen in with a hostler named Ed
Friel, whom she had married.
Ssdedical papers were all jubilant for a
over Burchard's anti-revolution resolu
t only for a day. They have all
their tune, and don't think him such
man as they did at first. They think
be sould not have given the Bourbons a
]f"laeing themselves on record as op
to revolution just before an adjourn
Clecinnati Commercial does not nomin
ayes for a second term, but it does say, I
e., "that a movement for his renomina
.-'ay prove to be the most fit and con
answer to the 'third term' folly which
its appearance among the sore
l the remains of the rings, especially t
whisky rhigs." The Potter investlka
k made a singular impression on the r
years ago Wm. Cullen Bryant and n
SL. Stone were the editors, the former II
Pbet, a violent Democratic paper, and I
of the C.mmercial Advertiser, as a
a Whig paper. During a heated cam- p
Col. Stone made a personal assault on f:
lina.t, the result of which was a rencon- o
4 which Mr. Bryant gave Col. Stone a o
thrashing with a cow-hide. The New o
hm tells of the incident, and then ob- a
"Ill fooling naturally followed the en- h
" Well, we should say so. II
XMe, Maupin," Washington correspond- ti
~he Chicago 7Tmes, tells of an amusing f,
made by quite a number of persons al
were Invited to attend the funeral of tt
the Peruvian Minister, who died at m
n recently. Says she: 0
1ovttations, upon black bordered card, f,
ed the funeral services at St. Mat
Church. In one corner of the card was
P., for requiscrat in pace. Some of the bi
who r.colved this card took the
i for R. S. V. P., and the mourning fam
ved quite a number of acceptances of
tion. This is one of the subjects it!
which everybody laughs this weuk. a
Shrnk, the daughter of Judge Jere
whose marriage to a Mr. Hornsby has
ap ounced, is thus describexl by an ad
correspondent of a Western paper:
S3hunk is a lady of about thirty-five,
"society gray" hair that Is so much
when accompanied by bright eyes
I fresh compnllexion. Her eyes are dark,
straight, mouth small--but firmly doci
Bhe is of mediumu height. She is one of
few women to whom the word brilliant
he properly apl)lito. A better talker, a
r woman, or one who is more au courant
ie affairs it would be hard to find. She
*bvorite child of Judge Black's. He has
isad that it was a great pity that she
a man, because she is a better lawyer
is. With all her intellectual wealth
$hunk is a skilled and fascinating socl
It has been her custom to spend
wi ers at Washington, and it was here
SeI met Mr. Bornsby.
is no surer mark of the cur than the
uatIon of women, so habitual with
Then, nor is there is any better proof of
y manhood than a high and just esti
of their usefulness and capabilities. The
h gentleman never fails to recognize
true worth and great capacities for doing
It Is only the mean fellow who sneers
and professes to believe that they
telther the will nor the ability to be
In what striking contrast to the sen
of this latter class were those ex
in a letter written by a gallant soldier
Ijaho to a San Francisco paper, in which
states that he wishes to secure a wife
St9ime," says he, "is nearly out, and I in-.
to settle in this country. I intend start
a chicken ranch. I want a wife to take
of young chickens. I have got money
i;wffe will not have much to do-only milk.
cows, feed 600 young chickens, chop her
cook three meals every day, and the
of the time she can go out among her
" Here was a man that had a pro
appreciationi of woman; he knew what she
do, and he was willing to give her a
to refute the stale slanders of the sex
world is so fond of repeating. Ah, but it
s a soldier, a hero, to appreciate woman
B country seat, known as the "Crimes,"
miles southwest of Baltimore, Mr.
put in practice a notion he had long
concerning ventilation. He
an immense chimney 100 feet high and
`feet thick to be built, adjoining the
the house. In the bottom of this
lace, in which a fire was always
S g for the purpose of producing an
rush of air up the chimney. In this
atmosphere throughout the house
kept pure and fresh without re
. ordinlary s'stem of pipes and
In his study at Baltimore he
mes machine for the diffusion of
a tof moisture through the
THE STATE OAPITAL QUESTION.
1. "We have seen no reasons assigned why our
State capital should be removed to Baton
! Rouge," say the Donaldsonville Chief, St.
Mary Enterprine, Terrebonne Courier and a
number of other country papers, "and cer
tainly will not support such a change unless
we see that something Is to be gained
There Is considerable truth in this remark.
Several journals have hoisted "For State
capital, Baton Rouge," at the head
I. of their columns, and one of them has
even gone to the expense of a wood
cut of a building supposed to be the
State-House as it used to look before it
was burned; but these papers, as a general
thing, fail to assign any other reason than
this picture for moving the seat of govern
ment far from the contaminations of banks,
railroads and newspapers. But the Cburier
and the other papers friendly to New Or
leans are too severe when they assert that no
,e reasons at all have been given why Baton
Ikoumge should become the State capital in lieu
of New Orleans. Some reasons-not many it
is true, but some-have been assigned by the
supporters of Baton Rouge, and these reasons
we Intend now to give to the people of Louis
lana, no matter how much they may preju
dice the interests and the prospects of our
Some months ago there died in Rome at an
advanced age a man of note and prominence;
the head of the greatest branch of the Chris
0 tian church, honored by 200,000,000 persons
who looked to him for spiritual advice and
guidance, and respected by the whole Chris
tian world; a man whom the Legislature of
s Louisiana more than thirty years ago hon
S ored by a resolution of thanks for his pa
triotism, courage and ability as a ruler. The
s great rival and opponent of this man, Vic
t1 or Emanuel, had preceded him to the grave
but a few weeks, and had been honored by
public ceremonies commemorating his worth,
abilities and achievements. When Plus IX died
1 these ceremonies were repeated in the form of
a funeral procession in which several thousand
persons turned out; organizations and asso
ciations of all kinds were represented in this
procession; almost our whole militia force,
Protestants as well as Catholics, were present.
It would hardly be supposed that these
honors to a man of as great personal virtue
as Plus IX would cause feelings of anger in
1 any man's heart, and yet they seemed to have
aroused the fury and passion of some member
of the church militant on a visit to New Or
leans, who proceeded in a communication to
the Claiborne Guardian to abuse New Orleans
for this procession. Nowhere else in the
world, he declared, could such a sight have
been seen save in New Orleans; Protestants
compelled to march in a procession in honor
of the Pope; the whole population of an
American and Protestant (?) city turned out
to honor a dead Pope. And this procession,
the correspondent continued, was one of the
best of reasons why the capital should be re
moved from New Orleans-given up, as it
was, to parades, intolerance and "papistry."
Here, the oburier et al. must see. is an argu
ment in favor of Baton Rouge, a strong re
ligious argument. A correspondent of the
East Feliciana Patriot-Democrat, a Mr. Skip
worth, presents in the last number of that
paper an able gastronomic argument in
favor of Baton Rouge as State capital,
coupled with an appeal, not to the soul
of the voter, but to his stomach. He
objects to our "fish dinners" as utterly
subversive of all legislative morality and I
honesty. Instead of attending to his duties; I
instead of grinding out law for his con
stituents and the people of Louisiana at large, -
the country legislator, during the session, is
frolicking about town or eating "fish dinners" 1
at the lake. These fish dinners are, we admit,
true; we regard them, however, as an argu
ment in favor of rather than against New
Orleans. Fish are notoriously brain food; our
fish dinners ought therefore to furnish the
country legislators with an extra supply of F
If, however, it is not to the fish that Mr.
Skipworth objects so much as to the dinner
itse I,tho gastronomic excellence of the repast,
as apt to lead astray the unwary legislator
from some country parish to the great
neglect of his duties, we think his objection
just as untenable.
New Orleans is a little proud of its restau
rants; without casting any reflections on the
restaurateurs of Baton Rouge, we think New
Orleans dinners unequaled in Louisiana, if not
in the Union. And good, well cooked dinnerswe
- maintain, instead of being injurious to logisla
tors, instead of corrupting thelP morals and
Sobstructing the wheels of government, are
I an aid, benefit and godsend to a statesman.
It was Charles Lamb who showed so conclu
sively that misgovernment, revolution and
tyranny are due wholly to dyspepsia, the
fruit of ill-cooked dinners. Bob Ingersoll, in
a late lecture, brought this fact nearer home
by showing that the present disorders in this
country, the bad legislation of Congress, our
financial troubles, etc., arise entirely from
fried beefsteaks, greasy gravy and bad cook
It is to the excellence of London cooking, to
whitebait and roast beef of old England, that
Great Britain owes the equitable and sensible
3 legislation of its Parliament. The French
revolutionists and disturbers are always fre
quenters of second-class restaurants, where
the cooking Is bad. We could say much more
C on this subject but consider it superfluous.
Lamb has shown, and the whole world admits
the correctness of his argument, that good
r dinners mean good natures and good laws.
In support of these religious and gastro
nomic reasons why the State-House should
be rebuilt at Baton Rouge comes Hon. T. T.
Allain, ex-State Senator, with strong and
e Important political arguments.
Last Saturday Allain spoke before a grand
capital mass meeting, at Baton Rouge, at
r which a large number of colored people were
e present. The worthy Senator related, in
r glowing words, the history of our State capi
tal. Uoming down to the present day and the
e building now occupied as a State-House, Sena
tor Allain objected to it on the ground that
the rotunda in its basement was once a slave
t mart, and "I am informed," he proceeded,
"that there are now men living who
have served the State as members
of the General Assembly who were sold at the
block like cattle at the self same place."
Some might suppose this objection a mere
sentimental one, might have pointed to the
fact that the pagan Pantheon of Rome is now
a Christian church, that the people of Prance
now make laws for that nation in one of the
palaces of that arch autocrat and tyrant,
Louis XIV. We do not think, however, that
Senator Allain used this argument senti
mentally, but that he meant to say, and would
have said had he not feared to wopnd the
feelings of some of his fellow Bepublicane,
that those members of the Geeral Asaembly
that had been sold at public auction In the
St. Louis Hotel rotunda must inevitably have
recalled that event when they returned there
as legislators, and felt Irresistibly inclined to
sell themselves again-this time for their own
We call the attention of the Donaldsonville
Chief, Terrebonne Cburier et al. to these rea
sons why the State capital should be re
moved from New Orleans. They will see that
they were slightly mistaken when they stated
that no reasons had been assigned for this
change; there are reasons, as we have shown
religious, gastronomic and political, why the
State capital should be removed to the rail
roadless city of Baton Rouge. If you wish to
protect your legislators, their religion, their
stomachs, their souls, "vote for Baton Rouge
for State capital."
8, The great Jackson route is the shortest,
er quickest and best Northern line to New York
r- and the Eastern cities. During the heat of
summer the greatest comfort in traveling is
1o found on the route by Chicago or Louisville
Sand along the shores of the great lakes, or
a through the grand scenery of the Alleghany
mountains. To pass through these regions
there is no route so direct, so quick or so good
5e as the Jackson, with its through cars, steel
is track and short line, enabling its trains to
leave New Orleans one hour later than any
other and make the same time.
' Excursion tickets are now on sale by this
ir route, good till October 31, to all the attrac
tive and famous summer resortsof the North
west, best known among which are Wauke
sha, with its celebrated springs; Oconomowoc,
t; the centre of the delightful lake district of Wis
s- consin;. Green Lake, Grand Haven, St. Paul,
Niagara Falls, Montreal, Quebec, etc. The
rates are as low or lower than to watering
d places in other parts of the country, and liv
- ing both at hotels and boarding-houses cheap
f and of the best kind, the country around be
in highly cultivated and furnishing every
thing desirable for the table.
I- All are invited to call at the ticket office, 20
e Camp street, under City Hotel, where guide
books, descriptions, routes, rates, etc., will be
furnished, and the fullest information given.
d FLAHERTY-On Wednesday morning, June
19 1878. at 8:45 p. m. Mrs. Mary Ann Morrissey,
f wife of Bernard Flaherty. aged . thirty-eight
d years, a native of the county Tipperary. Ire
land, and a resident of this city for the last
s The friends and acqualntances of the family
3, are respectfully invited to attend her funeral,
which will take place from her late residence
e corner of St. Mary and St. Thomas streets, at 4
e o'clock Thursday Afternoon, June 20. *
n SHELLY--On Wednesday June 19, 1878. at 9
e n'clock p m., Mrs. Mary Lonergin, wife of
Michael Shelly. aged 49 years, a native of the
r parish of Caher. county Tipperary. Ireland.
and a resident of this city for the last twenty
The friends and acquaintances of the family
are respectfully invited to attend her funeral
e from her residence. No. 367 Annunciation street.
9 near St. Andrew. This (Thursday) Evening at
35 :30 o'clock.
LE BRETON DFSCHAPELLES-On Wednes
I day, at 9 o'oclock p. m., Henriette Victolre, aged
ta years and 4 months, daughter of Emmanuel
LeBriton Deschapelles and Henriette Victoire
The funeral will take place This Day, at to
o'clock a. m.. from the residence of her parents.
corner of St. Charles and Pleasant streets. The
relatives and friends of the family are invited
WAGONS I CANE CARTS SPOKES I
H. N. SORIA,
18 and 20 Union and 15 and 17 Perdido
sble Aent for the celebrated "STUDEBA
KER" WAGONS. CARTS and SPRING WORE
of all kinds and sizes.
Dealer in Philadelphia and Western Cane
Wagons, Carts and Dray; Timber Wheels;
Wheelbarrows of all descriptions; Spokes, Fel
loee. Hube, Shafts, etc. Wheelwright material.
Orders promptly filled. All work warranted.
127 and 12O..aiommon street..127 and 129
Between St. Charles and City Hotels.
FARM AND PLANTATION WAGONS.
Cane Carts. Bagasse Carts. Small Carts of all
sizes, Timber Wheels. Wheelbarrows. Spokes.
Felloes, Shafts. Wagon Material, Axle Grease,
This ls the oldest and largest wagon establish
ment in the South, manufacturing their own
work and guaranteeing everything they sell
fea ly adD
I am now filling up my new store, built on
the site of the one lately destroyed by fire. with
a splendid stock of New Style Furniture, which
in consequence of the great depression in the
Furniture trade in the North. East and West, I
have purchased at ruinously low prices, which
will enable me to sell at lower figures than I
have ever done before.
Handsome VICTORIA BED-ROOM SUITES,
with Glass Door Armoirs and Dressers.
Fine PARLOR SUITES and LOUNGES, cov
ered with Hair Cloth. Reps, Terrys, etc.
DINING- OOM SUITES. In Walnut and Oak.
MARBLE-TOP TABLES. BOOK-CASES,
BED-ROOM SUITES of eleven pieces at sto
HAIR. SPitING AND MOSS MATTRESSES
made to order.
LIVE GEESE FEATHERS AND NEW
CURLED HAIR at low prices.
Nos. 167 and 169 Poydras street,
Between St. Charles and Carondelet.
For Cooking Purposes.
Vanilla. Lemon, Strawberry, Orange,
Almond, Peach, Celery, Ginger.
Raspoberry, Rose, Pineapple, Banana.
Why buy such goods from distant Northern
When JUST AS GOOD are made at our own
These extracts possess in the most highly con
centrated form the delicious taste and fragrant
aroma of tie fresh fruit, and for all culinary
purroses will be fouud the most convenient.
et and economical manner of imparting their
dellgbtful flavor to choice c ,okery.
The suoeriority of thes Extracts consists in
their high concentration ant p-rfect purity.
Manufacturers and proprietors.
M. T. CREAMER & CO.,
MANUFA CTURIING CHEMISTS,
No. 94 Tchoupitoulas street,
NEW ORLEANS., LA.
Also, for sale at Wholesale by Messrs. W. G.
LYO a & CO.. Whole-ale Grocers New Orleans.
Ask your grocer for ATKINBOSN'S FLAVORS.
They are the best. j-16 "od3m
THE WIDOW SIMON
Wishes to inform the public that she will con
of her late husband (B. SIMON) at the old stand,
corner of Contl street and Exchange Alley.
jets lradp* WIDOW B. sIMOL
JOS. SCHLITZ BREWING CO.'S
Dunbar's Bethesda Water.
t wM. MASSEY & CO.'S
PHILADELPHIA ALE AND PORTER.
Genuine Northern Cider.
Ginger Ale and Mineral Water (Pop.)
In bottles and barrels. in any desired quanti
ty, delivered at stores and dwellings on receipt
L. C. AILNY,
26, 2 and 80...Blenville st...26, 28 and 80
mh22 F Ru Tn sm 2dv
ENGINEERS TAKE NOTICE.
DISCOVERY OF THE AGE.
- AND -
TO PREVENT BELTS FROM SLIPPING.
No Friction. No Tearing.
25 Per Cent Gained in Power.
60 Per Cent Saved in Wear,
No establishment where Belting is used
Can Afford to be Without It.
IS NOW BEING U.SED BY I
1m. .GAYAO.. O.H. ALLEN
3. ERSTER. HARGARET's Bakery -
J.J. WICoERLING. HENRY & DUNN.
A. MARTIN. ENRY OTISB.
P.J. FLANAGHAN, L'HOTE & 0.
LA. BIE MLLLS STAR 0INNEtY.P
A. A. MAGINNIS'S SONS.
Liberal discount to the trade. For sale by
I. L LYONS.
CORNER OF CAMP AND GRAVIER,
Wholesale Druggist and Importer.
BOVINE VACCINE VIRUS,
Beoeived daily by
L L. LYONS,
Oorner Camp and Gravier streets.
NEW CHINA MATTINGS.
ELKIN & CO.,
S168 ..............Canal Street..............168
Are receiving NEW CANTON MATTING in
White. Check and Fancy Patterns, in various
qiCaltis and at very low prices.
je2 lmeod 2do WINDOW MWADES.
J. L. BALTZ,
No. 81 Customhouse Street, New Orleans,
OWNER OF. THE
At the end of the City and Lake Railroad.
Refreshments at city prices., and Concerts
twice a week. my28 2dp3m
DR. CHARLES LANAUX,
Office-No. 82 Royal Street,
Between Conti and St. Louis streets.
myls sm 2dD
[MADE TO ORDER.
If You. Want Shirts Made CHEAP and
WELL-FITTING, Leave Your
SPECIALTY OF UNDERWEAR:
al14 3m HALF HOSE. ETC.
MONEY TO LOAN
DIAMONDS. JEWELRY, WATCHES. SIL'`EB
WARE, PIANOS. LOOKING-GLASSES
AND FURNITURE OF ALL
And all other personal property. Guns. !Pstols
etc. Also on Stocks. Bonds and other collat.
erals, in large and small sums, at as low rates
of interest as any chartered institution in this
city. PLEDGES KEPT ONE YEAR.
i Hart's Loan Office,
S48............ Baronne Street.............48
(Opposite the N. O. Gas Co.)
MAURICE J. HART, Agent.
N. B.-Parties not being able to call in person
will receive prompt attention by communica.
ting with the above.
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
The business at No. 48 St. Charlse street,
known as "Hart's Broker's Office." will be con
tinned as harntnfore. iaan lv'iri
The best stomachic and tonic sovereign remedy
for Dyspepsia. Excellent for an anti-malarial
Low Pries-Pare and lellable.
For sale in all quantities by
lssltrip ea Conat street. Now Odles.a
IAiiTil! INH EtI ul IflT IS.
(A M 'Erra A2. r.,
I. C. LEVI, Jeweler,
.10S.. ............ ...C...l .....oantl 8te .................. ......
Offers the above Watches at the latest reduced price list of November st
The Watees are all Patent Levers and Guaranteebd Pr T re ea'sre
Solid Silver Watch, Waltham or Elgn movement........-
sIolid Silver Watch wth open face and at glass.... L -
Solid Silver Stem Winder and Setter .............».. N I
Solid Gold Watch, 2 oz, 14 karat case............ ... -
Solid Gold Watch. 2 o, 18 karat case.................. U I
Solid aod S tem-winder, ) oz. 14 karat case.......
-Golod Gold Watch, l4 karat case......... _...».. M
s solid Gold Watch. 18 karat case .......................
S olid Gold Stem winder, 14 karat case .................... r an
. Solid Gold Stem-winder, 18 kart ase...................
In addition to the above I have a large assortment of I-wls.
French and German Watches, prices rangina from 0 toM.s.
For mechanics or laborers the 812 wat.c or Urn stem-Win.ad
will give all satisfaction necessary.
I will sond watches, diamonds and Jewelry by esess,
0.0. D.. allowing the purchaser to open package and sam.
I have a complete assortment of Diamonds, Operas, Guard, Vest and Neck Chains at Dria to
corresnd with the above I have constantly on hand a large stock of Silverware of all detS,
tions. Clocks. Bronzes and Statuary.
I Make a Specialty of Repairing Fine Watches and Setting Diamonds.
For further particulars. address for Illustrated catalogue,
now 1.0. LEVI. toe Osanal s
A RARE CHANCE AT HILL'S.
I Must IIave $15,000 in Sixty Days.
To raise that amount I offer for cash the largest stock of
GOLD WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SOLID GOLD CHAINS
IN NEW ORLEANS,
A'T PY):ITIVELY FIIRST CO"T.
By nctnal count my stock includes the following goods. ALL SOLID GOLD. of the best anualit
120 GOLD WATCHES, MY ENTIRE STOCK OF DIAMONDS,
80 SOLID GOLD VEST CHAINS, 200 LADIES' SOLID GOLD SETTS,
65 SOLID GOLD OPERA CHAINS, 300 PAIRS EAR DROPS,
45 SOLID G01 D GUARD CHAINS, 350 SETS SOLID GOLD STUDS,
85 SOLID, GOLD NECK CHAINS, 220 PAIRS SOLID GOLD CUFF BUT
155 LADIEt AND GENTLEMENS' SOLID TONS,
GOLD LOCKETS, 225 CAMEO SEAL RINGS,
75 SOLID GOLD PENCIL CASES, 200 AMETHYST SEAL RINGS,
A FULL LINE OF INITIAL CUFF BUTTONS AND STUDS.
Buyers in thn country wishing to avail th'mselves of this opportunity can have articles sent
C. 0. D., with privilege of examination, and if not suited return at my expense.
LADIES ESPECIALLY INVITED TO EXAMINE STOCK.
A. 1%I. IIILL,
86 ............ ST. CHARLES STREET ...................86
S - This Cut Represents
SIMASON & H ,I11'S
REDUCED TO $135,
On easiest payments - $13
cash, and st3 soin 220.127.116.11 15, la
21 24 and 27 months. Ereight
from Boston to be added.
$90 Organ Reduced to $7l.
$7 Ze QUARTERLY.
Very hlhly improved Piano
of J. P. HAI .E & CO.. with stoot
and cover-t4oo style reduced to
2s50. on eastest payments known
- sno cash, and $10 a month nntl
135 CANAL STREET,
Wholesale and R-tail Dealer if
CHICKERING & HON'S PIANOS
HAIDJMAN'S Pi ,NOS.
MASON & H t MLIN'8,
SETEY & CO.'S8
NEW A.' GLA .L ORGAN OO.'B
Slibral discount for cash.
P.raons at a distance may or
dir witI the assurance of re
Fe vi n injst as good instruments
Sthough praAent to select for
9-A ,mselves. If not found satis
S .rv thpv may be returned at
-I.35 Canal street, N. O.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of the Most Renowned Makes, at Greatly Reduce&
Prices, and on Easy Terms, at
A Magnificent Selection of the Celebrated Pianos of
STEIIWAY, KNABE, PIEYEL, HIINES AND FISCHER
Always on hand. Above Pianos are respectfully recomended for their unsurpassed names.
ous Musical Qualities, Durability in this climate, which has made them justly so popular wIt
our people and which are Unapproached by any other in this country.
Just received a Fine Selection of the
CLOUGH & WARREN, PRINCE, BURDETT.
The Best in the Market, at reasonable prices. Get my Estimates before you purchase elsewhet
Old Pianos taken in Exchange for New Ones. or repaired at short notice at moderate fInu i
SHEET MUSIC, BRASS INSTRUMENTS
In Endless Variety and at Lower Figures than at any other House in the Oountry. Yo0u
patronage is revpectfully solicited.
j1i 14 to l .wmonu .tru..t. W~w OrleswS
MOUSSELINE BE PARIS
- AND -
OUR STOCK OF
BEING NOW COMPLETE. WE INVITE PUR
CHASERS TO CALL AND EX
D. H. HOLIMIES,
155 Canal, and 15 Bourbon St&.
IISSISSIPPI, MEXICAN~ GULF
SHIP ISLAND CANAL
LUIBER AND SHELL DEPOT.
For sale cheap, and in quantities to suit:
Special rateM for lumber sawed to order.
OfM;e No. 9 Union street, near St. Charlee6
TO BUY CITY SCRIP. POLICE SCRIP,
- AND -
ALL KINDS OF CITY INDEBTeDNESS.
W. H. BARNETT. Broker.
IS 8t. Charles street opposte St. Charle
Hotel mrm r17
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