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rw* pL pK i ý. 1ý j y vin 1. ..sir per .. mu, will be -m·is .hubm b :~rc ash ea co' TIk M'.ca b Ud3I·.U. wm'-*s.·- · q3A1U~lIb IW -M Iw t -It bI·"- ' aIU ,,We - ) 1w 3W' als wit ý tM~' ea :--- i"_. w9f ;ýt iiMA lilfilt Pc Spk thu mum rim~ ala .g*. ii "q~~hmu 'SWt~~: Nlak rYItoi ~Ian bae"* W* i Im "NNuw M Ul fetb1 IIw a, SMa I a , '. * dt hc:~ ·is5·~ guep An old onr that evsrybasy to la t a ebitaobee sus-"t'bo nx, Don't I I bodder me." The iles here tewore pit ths athi moaqultoe at ake Borgee; oote ae worm than the loeusts of Egypt. det In fact, they are worse-worse-the Nee Eagllbshllergue Is bankrupt for a all oompatrson. won Boo aon. YW . K. fy, ohalrasm of of the eseuthi e lotmmtee of the on Fourth Ooatavsseoal DistrMct, odd al a mleel ofthe ommlts to s - aee ambl Is lathlebitobe, on the Mth ml of July, for the purpose of orgsl. p ties sad wllIng a Distriot Cones- the tie. theu We partlcolarly Invite attentio to TI the s d of WE. E. Orame, civil en. lato ginr and surveyor, who has estab*. a lised bhimself next door to us. Mr. It I tCrae is a deserving artist, d thai thorouhbly understands his business. Iar His friends Is Natobhtoobes, Sabine po and apides perishes will od him ever ready to atted to any orders they may bvor blm wlth. N wits Leave er Imoey at Heoe. Me'res. Hirb £ On; proprietors of the Iollpee ILvery Stable, announce ron0 to the people of Natobltoebes that tlnl hine on had a ampply o bug lem, baroabhes, hacks and wagons, t bh they warrant the best ever of- lity fetsed t this market. They will sel . them as low a they c s bought I sl New Orleans, whiel should Induce be all to speed dthe moayo a hoe. hoe Iower t Coe and There was lltt ollmportase done I la the iMayr' o Court thls week. IgSeaee Ioslahan was muleted t Ia sm of ia l fore volatlin of ra dinause aalst extra at ridingl wlhlo the aneilmty ar. We. Fie istansa ohsrget -with d Maurtl thimepioad i id o leromls landulti laSas on Washlagtsn treet. The Qiat e l ' o ale' r Soety dke eIneytg ahe ladies usder* tabs, theeatsutalamsstwasa rer. h es h e seas ave d. the gay es je lsg the.suvesalihe "Our Iad" ISadde i addionl eanrm to the , proeedsasimutsd toov a husdri d .doll as; aed oN retring all wished eh forc anmothe oeohk " of raoen a ow soul." Reaeber, this Iseapyssyear. p 0i30ei thee. m t 'eias slbails Weade o all IAL whom weosi s e t ae( a laoteri, as h beae ms ' so a"e SR euatls m W dr ss mnal ml , Ullls y mustdo Iti.he slelal ebets er *mswsdgms byalle balla wils wltpelllSh* 1 l h wama wsmu II S - with ul I Ibiawbe A tiro whstsue SI weseeeis The Iin.1uisa 30.51eg l la' hop i t umms esm o the Spaeolea. "a , O.medr hlsh wl lpmvethe auelessm hsprg i M p enhu , ac re ao ssls ke rmilo may oua kmbe asstonme vast *Imauess m shens thew 1 or W51, st..% with scweu. ispst - ci oaths ge; requires seven operatives-wo- a me men and girls-to convert 650 to 675 py b pounds of seed eotton per day into oabh IN to 196 poundsol yarn. To convert Itool 190 bales ootton requires $10,000 ca- cur pital- for machinery and purchase of salo cotton-and to spin the entire pro- daw duotion of Louisiana the Cotton, a TI New York Journal from which we rua call all theem statements, states WI would require l000,000M of capital. fare However, that paper ays the West- ad mlster (8. 0.) Clmeat Attashment the Company Composed of farmers, lear- te ed lust yearPperct on the nvest. for I metss. Even If t required the inty and million for Louiiana, which t pe ciro t posteros, and pld even 90 per oent. whi the Investment would be remunera- the timv offk The Cottoe evidently writes in the Ied Interest of spinners North, and we inn are fully aware of its learning when T It gives credence to the statementre i that cotton is produced In South t arolia at a cost of St eenat per wh pound. lot Gramowald's Temple of Ydrle low None should visit New Orlans without paying a visit to the hand some mealel emporium, known as Tb Grunewald Hall, No. 14 to 9 Ba roee street. Hore te sweet notes of the Steinway, the Pleel and the nEabo, eoitrolled by skilled angers, Ii aake theechoes of that quet loo-a I lily, and tempt the passerby to en Ite There he will nd everything bet Inl the musical line, from a Jew's po harp to the most costly piano. Not s content with this, Mr. Grunewald is ea coustantly enlarging his buOness, th ad to that ed b sent. among us. lo Sgoatlemn of adknowledgd mudda tal ability, whom we an vouch for, to "I I tan, repair or eahage plan, Mr. s I - GeorgeJ. legeseche will vidt the surrounding parishes In the Idterest othls temple of muale, and every po thla adsrtaksn by hlm wil be r- - l b n [Speela to the Vmisdati . ta a - a -It can •s- s n ser sll o sAn ahb O I.w ·urs L tot amrer a hy Ss al es tOmSU- b L siau ddPART- v ye .ý. 0DI. DI1a D Ir " i I "rheNatsobl.ooheas 3i. o _a Id der thele aderblp of . Nea 'h- of d sla, paM a vallt to the Olsoet city MI Sat week, having been lrvlted by s abpt. DikL nottto ta a trip on di the splendid steamer, the Jesse Y. hI el The bad, klmg however some of ts bet members, met the g t at ep wl t .s me i to thed li, Wli44r.oten boSh' o es a bwd . The hadw le*d asp itheit . Ussealmo. , eilmde*;romni- a ieepsntc daav*s oe their pon * o j lrls .ens ; ealo aslo ltaua fll 4 walasre lfer,, n ewmeon ebl In t Sathe hbauuease roof; that mlghty a -es shoemd, -i hats a.d had sadoo g eth oat ooh e a sat ofs is eldm wtnemsed lna say loeity hieM wole seem o: ~ amaemnas lu she no vation b was a selapt to make any Meamboat a Smpsalsaprees iblim, , ut Ci at ghasee juueam glerylnthe' olado seamer whMi c eh ah e! e dser oug tno bLe peoun en the Iee Ino t hltoh L el Inm aothe d; le ~ag awer Wedaseauylihtth athb, I ..; .. ...8 maI, so hglos iL K. Th Ud . kl.ag Se omi ash sged dowwarntd, sa - btheeamda, 4lwth trips 54 US herealh ltl otfpesngers. !hebshut gpuivaer lou airy theors preasest s am the orn, Sease sadse lolds resent a macs leaselnat patb, p4 plasers I, st -la. b. .umsupened s s ihasse wa. Mst anssueiyr the espeid the ela wih their long s* he tolaeal ne sediag le seOal o"deemin want, the meeth em mse h onefe th growlng ris, n thed aIghoss alndeop. u qpast3Uar bGorasd Deesr; or, . eh elnlag ali si. te nSe load ;.·t·· a a most lovely lotking bride and hap. py bridegrom. 'tPo the musto fur bshed by the msembrr of the Natch Itoohes string band, and of the elx Tb cursion. party, they danced In the the ( saloon of the cabin until the grey lowli dawn of last Tuesday morning. pal The boat reached the wharf at O Grand Eoors Tuday aflternoon. r With a parting toune the Band bade o farewell to Capt. Dick, blh offers Wel and splendid boat. In conlelion * the writer, In behallf of te Band, tonders to Capt. b nott br thak as for the courtesi esteuded to sb Bag and all of them on the pleasurable oal excrmlon;for the inay attentions m whlch they received, not only from Al the captain In person, but from evey from officer of the boat, Hamilton, Hamer, Redmond, Kay, the caterers to the and inner man, et cetera. std The Jesse K. Bell Is a magnll ent o d racket in all her. appointmnMl, and has an obllginq, polte and attentive coterie f offie rs as the head of whom stands Captain Dick ilanott. ea Long may he and his fe boat tem A main populer among the dtiues of lowerlkd Ri ver. w. i. bro A 1ODBRiIIn LU D. SThbe soape by Isntr o AMth Wieb from her Crml Ibmi. S ilrom thi Lloon Teu] ' In the village of GOsdamack there lives a Mohammedan mollab,or oleor - awman, named Said Mir, to whose 1 hwsoe there asme from the neI-m I boring village of Petts one la pottebr. The revend ge aa niplied hiis wis r ai*e mi be - I e the only food at that hbor Savailable bieose, after whi the pair sat down on the taae be as low the pomegranate groW whibl del overhangs the tream, to smoke cad col talk. the potter to the moll a a "I have In my house a dauhtW who Is beautilul and of marn pl I sbhoud h aeroom toImy di moea for another wit. ~e wdel . poter." roeloed the moUlla. ". 1 . well feel for you I have sl a daghter, whose face s like the dk moon, whose lperllkethessd gI the Olpis ban ths beaus? Wives as w more useful thane d t so th twoold tap _1 Smatter over, till laesI we Sermos and b oona tin i . cle mralesymans iii t Sbaek to b asfaherath Y Se he as h o fumthe urn or a E hor opote, Ias g I wsl wan su.e ly .h b Neaegued tothlmsfhm "E betoo' ll|. aM bLy fie tttt m Xiltl ageb I hi dlldmmocd mdmM_ that he had d C~rovre he lt he ty bod her,ad hth in pe setters he, as he d no ardselr " or w1 -ai h iu - dtohlm clfshe -pl.th her. hThee d on rn. kill am sendeau: o v lus th wllg u wtmi her I I a m notbb "nghr •'lt---rri a.. .. , "ind. ct acros .t be na pi sh as mmmug ndll NwlIkTeittnw * On thb Ua Ne able Ia br deo witM her bulshdkS whit h inmate if anmn wrl as th eoat eG; lhem thea woul yullals a heer -ih hi slle m skwin f rom hsad IUIL glk hes t 1l t~d~r*~ Jit 1?utlbd. dd ~~t narar~~lo~ o n 1 A STORY OF THE WAI. isa. gael and a Federal Rers The aabshingtoo correspondent of the Oharleston News relates the fob lowing incident of the Virgila CM D paaB: On the 2lat Of August, 116, Ge. Bagood's brigade with Ave othe1 were ordered to carry a strorly ` I * trenched Federal position e tohe Weldon road, ar the TeliP w bv.* i o, few miles from tembuW , I Virginia. Por some reason only two brigades, of which OGe. 's was one, went Into action, 5good at the head of bhis e sept al over and beyond the irnt line of a* treemets In a oharge that arried all before 1. At etheo ond line they wesreon. e honted by overwhealmig numbe, I rsd met bysu a e lose ad -dl -A that tJr advoane w s ; I 'sad further progrespts bl mda- I f ydntly Impossibl ehe command halt* [ ed and endeavored to maintasi the Iegl I where it stood. Bel . p u uppoitd, however. ad v apisthat the assault bad fall00. oil u t aa accounmtlbltbl. At ritio l moment a mountd oiw dashed a e of th Federal brastworks, and, rtla down the Ooonfderate ranks, commaaded thm men to bthrow down their arms sad drender semanee prisoners. A i_ p of boh e mon an, d m._ena,l --I- sad t5imeoer bhd aleady tibas Sboloh` ftho teads of tmhl I slIg, when en. Bagood, who wasc 1 s oal d aln some dist tne, o d. I lsd a the command had om t that Gem. Eageod re Sthat nk et but hblself bad i di ~t to do 8% ad ho g " the sbea ,thathe wab that a moer was at 0a * Mi the M ords Ml hsiy. IntoI ets' sa hifsrown n f ais los. ll.le gala.. ws db edmedays d l s cf o mmande ear mgi. m. C ke Ih Imlas ht helm . a at widle 3obdis a tnd noas d ua ly h em dh gem a aw o lasus. I Dr.TUT1TS I~ I Uati__ DR.i.L NAY:WOOD, p _4EA WHT NUoA9 I AUES eiPIE PUS. WWI&U I. - Olt SHad MuIb6 ION WET t - . lr a IIM ra Bt.·~·· I ." I.· q . o was ip' J. U. Payne ve. J. P. DreitweII District Oonrt. Pads. of Netobltoche.. No. 833?. Yinth vlrtne eabo df awrltntofYale Fa. .brnd awit and tono diretle t av easaie MArr win afar fitas t fr ho a Old~ hihet 1bier aheecur. Saturday, Juaa lih,'130. -1 - a t i t L K, f f. llowti b l s d u msib s i p ur p ' Pro. La, WithSUU-i - I =b" dkir ~ion yr Red river deseadiý , (I(laaif d U1J snp' Parish of N~tcbltocbss ý k twenty mail. sbove she .wmEXUSSIP' Iheb... bounded tokve by ý .blw 49 I Lred igJ aIt udrad d tHirty 1 3Lt f1*.tnathekdI4 &ld~ I~filrd S1 tract of 1ad in tlM ris of lan t attacebd to uaid peantatlos eemhlmimg ame banded anitdlrty fear R-100l mP I bounded the NuortbMwt by laud. mew 1 .lately beloel g to fi towam.ýi,. *thea teet by medan. No. tewmip 10. t rtan~ a9ad oa the. th by uuti.. No. lb rd. Tb.i.&'4ibet of. afrst o< I. lamid n. eotea \township 16, rag. 9. 0 an twent e 110 Wiest beaided - the irjaI ay la asrl0sl ship ito udag 10 teast. N. Ido, and tbarem t halfdItbihntb* ! west uare fsecti~on Ne. 3,, te~wasiblp Ig ImA eaef w t d bus d idanbourt.s 7?-00' MM. The twoe last us tra.s I'M r mere N filly des rlbsd ma"te mibasi as K gmta m3 I .W.U R. tok a.?.-P. } tatheor e.d LJ I atfieth lteees.. . Wo cam.b-orgt to bonmsai:m ho lmrVomlmua.;: ·b ~lri.rls out,.hr i hb es.~~ wi NP' Q F VIdot ea. rv. 1 a .tb 1lthawe .~ 16 t ir·s, t of .04. mto i, is alws "aM Iii ý -. w .tie i re mbwb tl drivort August, lW3 wi. 4tr. w1. lim iWd. u hwVinm Ah.aintsh t º it Iid 1, Iri !tf tbr .yýttiiC~~E LF wshal Narbel ..asisM . -V~ qM i." a, the botiae , liri il m miM mid be... of twe a bewsis .. wig aou -.ms , .ý :!eit .ba, - mdua~lw e~"b U i~A1eurtdakCgn~aib tIatbe oS--uof Nibl~a~.. Plmtbs E~ mathc-- di o DshlsJaYrII5 hs dutyds~ai ki Dumb 'C Cbmamboo just,~r~rli kml. and meters bY~brbbnt emi by a 'Clet m MMIUL ma inmn a. VALULB, Dn 000IA (UsumtoN. KLC Cav il) .r." emal f)Y t PtMttW ad' ~uf 11'"WI1d7_w tm s Ný:a t~art" .. DkY GOORDS riat i I wf iliii'r tr. -US ,rl Ab..gmmeltimedFleatip ný'Mm Mq4.ISIS. """'"""""" 1 RE~ 3sciAr~ Nlr U J& Th.IdVIuthSUIW houketh USW~uuS bks ~Is mdt I~ *I II :PIOOBAH p. D ~1~p ·re~rr~s au! ininerai. 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