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B. J. WEST, M,
II Wholesale Dealer et ani the aIb by -AID- alA ye I 28 JANUFACTUREBS' AGENT. t Cal din l stnardlrand nlate improved 0I la of SAgricatural Implements. ; da Co Di i Plantation Hardware, Harness, l ki letals, Tools, etc. M pon" Reape1 and Mowers, l Rakes, aTION W AGONS & CA aTs . Pries, God sli, lMrse Pomtes Sraftng, Belt ,oga, Polleps, ,IJron 4p a tdJ ' , eIFaep, Thesh. B igMSE aCade. si , ,e , P es, Iskhingt, BT l. i Prices .ood Q i,';,... aplo doea and"aterisg." Nayate bs, Iac ntosthe' PTolsy tentiou o Ordrs ~ g~cJ Terms Cash slat ti ~, N aew orlf 2IW EA IOIAA I, w:cf JanustyS81 A' "'~ TALES OP THREE CITIES. More Thrilling than te's or Dickens's lug Because they are rtetes of Actual eseue lar from Yawning Graves. in In a previous issue of this paper a general gsiz statement was gives of the alarming increase of kidney and liver disease and the only known d r absolute cure for them. To-day we present 0oc epitomized interviews of the Boston, Chicago are and St. Louis papers with prominent people of af those cities who have been, to their complete amazement and unbounded satisfaction, cured ma by Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure when VaI all the best physicians pronounced them be yond the hope of recovery. Boston's Tales. abl First hear what B. F. Larrabee, of the New th York and Boston Dispatch Express Company, of Boston. tells the Globe of that ely. Hlls Up case is certainly the modern miracle'of heal. tu ing: A little over a year ago I was taken sick, but Pu I allowed the illness to run along until October 8f4 28, 1879, when 1 fell prostrate while walking 010 along Tremont street. I was carried home and Ot] did not go out of the house until the middle bt of December. I then went down town and attempted to attend to my business until the. rul d thirteenth of last January, when I was taken urn with a very severe relapse. My symptoms were frli terrible. I was fearfully bloated; I suffered severe pains in all partsof the body, and it was g01 al osn Impessible to get my breath. For six ' dare I never laid down and never slept. I was pa constantly attehtded by my regular physician, Dr. Johnson, and Dr. Bowditch also camne to a see me nearly every day. There was to doubt 8a 8 that I was suffering from Bright's disease ul the in kidneys in its worst form and last stage", tol accompanied by other troubles Il liver anolt heart. In spite, however, of the skil of the physicians, I lis KEPT GROWING WORsBi, ev and finally they tapped my side in the vicinity. v of the heart, taking away forty-six ounces of water. This relieved me for the aimt*, but It soon became as bad as before. Then the doue. pa tors gave me up entirely, decipred I could not Wf liwe more than twenty-tour hours, and my daughter, who was residing in Paris, was tele. graphed for. Still I lingered along for several at weeks, far more dead than alive, but neverglv ne ing up hope. One night-it was on the twen. in tieth of April, I very well remember-my at tendant, who was reading the paper to me, be- Be gan an article which described my disease and In ufferings exactly. It told how some seven cases of Bright's dipease had been cured, and so clearly and sensibly did it state the case that i I determined to try the means of cure which it 8F described. So I seat my man to the drug ft store, procured a bottle et the medicine, s nd known to my physicians and friends, and took the irnt dose at 10 o'clock. At that time I was CI BUr3RItING ITSlaNLt. HI I could not sleep; I had the short breaths and Il could scarcely get any air into my lunge. I H was terribly bloated from head to toot, and the motion of my heart was irregular and paintul. I eontinued to take the mediolne, and to-day, ei sir, I am as well as ever I was in my life, and el wholly owing to the wonderful, almost miracu lous power of Warner's Sale Kidney and Liver Cure. It saved my life when I was given up by the doctors and had really been dead for weeks; W and it has kept me in perleothealth ever since, a and has cured many of my friends to whom I have recommended is." When the Globe interviewed one of the promi- P neant physicians of the "Hub," Dr. D. A. Johnson, in this case, he said: "Le was his t family physician and expected his death every hour for a number of weeks, and never called 01 ELto see him during that time, but he was pre- ti pared for it." The doetor 041 the recovery was due to Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cafe, and if he bad friends, male or temale, 0 troubled with any kidney troubles, he should u certainly advise them to use this remedy, g Chaesngo'e ale, The Chiba Tribune, struck by the remark-. able cures warner's Safe Kidney and Liver h Cure were aeeomplisbing in thatety and under a direetion of the regular physiolans, sent out a reporter, aG from its coluam of Interviews wish prominet people we etract the follow. 8 lag; rD A ell was made at the eteasive store of 0. Jevne wos. 110 and US Madison street. Mr. Jovne introduced the investigator to Mr. Frank A. Cleland, a gentleman In his eiaploy, whoe U tather, Mr. Samuel 0leland, was known toJave been very low with idney dsease. Mr. Ole land said: "My father was ieedby a honst t ot doctors, and tried any qu oftedi - eilae, but no ot so bsd that o aly hbe, but all hls lrieadsl ad of his recovery. fie was finally recommended n to try Warnerrs ase Kidney and Liver Care, j and all I can say is that hes to-day as well a man as shere is in Chicago. We do not, any oeas knot anything about the remedy, but ii - t did a woeseral thing in auring my rather, a and if he was in the city now he would tell you d so better than Loan, for he is an old journalist, and knows hb#tO klk i newspaper men." At the first windo in the West Division post. I oiceo, eMrner of Iallted adn Washington streets, Mr. ,, Q. Brown, the head of that Stviston"Wu It nud. Upon bling questioned, li Mr. mrow asms r ,"s sir, sy.fe was in t errible conoi- t ton more t ve yens, She s ba'med to asve a empleatIon of diseases. uolminaUing d a t'se dliseae, d abe had been doetored g way from Ban Franesoo to Ohiago. I Metl seen her fall upon the Soor in lead neverI epeted she would get . InbkSe I never went home but I f parod a herlaid out dead. She ta k . and te cto were all Skind.' Atd sheg bMa ihlig Warner's ran dwsl has oeg abbl e as teud io all I dule saG the teribil ual g spells se* merlyad haVo nsWPetirned. I soallddue I a mo rvdmi eo md dn .es aibt o the remedy too hedill a ~b o nmten e of mo Gallon my fuea, Mr. La , le 10Wai also tersdlly-c with kidneyt . Imtlm raeoved of samost Dr. T. T Olver, who wasu conversants wish i Mrs. Brown'se , Wald tbhat seob had been In a 0r5t SIP CAtIOU.COUDION. her lonj woro tJdly osetd o-1 liver, Mad the libIulity to saddea deaTinbad been immnIent. TO~aeoalldet,. then, doetor, that WarROt's Safe tlne and Liver Care was tbe effeleelnt in elsecg her eure, do 1 y. poor' ."*M, deeldully," answered s doo. S"easd hebenresmaematbLaspema a u eIrview anat inafrmation herln given im the lebe*Meantr's owspounw's 1 5 ys "Foe the a e t Eve seasle cm, U ro sref d dosym , bj au snnd dee lar aa tit ilt ise. Me wi onh , I rmaom lwas Jre(Pdovw Withia '8the th 4 ,taew~ 1 Continued from Second Page. Peon with its eight pages of matter, furnish ing items of general interest, one of the Lon largest, if not the largest country weekly Iber in the State, still retains its original Now size, with its twenty-eight columns to devote exclusively to home topics and local advertisements. That the ,people are more directly interested in local affairs, is evinced by the increased de mands for those journals which furnish a variety ofthis class of reading. The Donaldsonville Chief, if we mis take not, was the pioneer in this laud able work of advocating LocaA NEWS to the exclusion of pretentious editorials upon living topics which would even tually ruin any paper, if given to the public at the expense of the local items, and our ASCENSION colnfrere has been closely followed by the Vindicator. Other journals have rapidly wheeled into line, until it seems as if both the rural and cosmopolitan press were united in one grand combination, and in friendly rivalry are striving for the same goal. To make a good, live, reliable news paper the publisher must devote a large amount of space to local interest, says ?oi an exchange: "Its columns are his stock in trade and as 'every house or barn, in [ town or country, every fence, road, shade st. tree,' every new manufacturing estab lishment erected, every railroad built, J every new business opened, enhance the 6a value of property in our midst, so should sub it not be forgotten that the local news- Lh paper adds materially to the general St wealth and prosperity.of a State or town, Fel as well as increases their reputation abroad. It benefits all who have busi- No ness in these localities, augments the s intrinsic worth of every species of pos sessions, turns thitherward the tide of i immigration, infuses a spirit 9f enter- Ru prise, thrift and activity among all se8 classes. It increases trade, it protects Ad against impositions, it saves the people Co g from loss, it warns against dangers, it s points out different advantages and in- Fr creases profits, and, in fact, is the great motive power, the main lever which a moves society, communities and States. ! How important, then, that every en- Ci couragement should be extended to any enterprise which will augment the influ- pi ence, sway and efficiency 'of the "local w press," and furnish it with additional Bi advantages for carrying on the great Di work of ushering humanity into light di ý and freedom. Such are some of the sia multitudinous advantages of "IEADY Si -PRINT." It is useless to preach against innova- st tions in any particular trade, profession d or occupation. So long as man possesses sti '- the. God-like attribute of mind, so Ja long as his brain is ever alert to reach it outward and onward towards even the i unattainable, just so long will his genius hi grasp and his spirit of invention embrace and accqmplish marvels, and almost bt . miracles, until there seems no limit to ci sr his power. Our forefathers of half a ir century ago were pigmies in enlighten ment compared to what we witness daily al . around us and look upon as the natural re results of a progressive vcivilization. Who shall say, that in another half S~entury, our descendants will not look P m upon us in the same light ? It has ever been thus. From .the day is that printing first shed its enlighten I- ment and refulgence o'er a supertitious e world, down to the resent .time, this particular calling has not failed to fur a nish its full quota of martyrs. Fortu- ti 0, nately now, martyrs are no longer o1 needed 'to augment the deep and sweep ing thoughts which overpower all others ti , and conduct the world at last to free .' dom." Such is our mission in the State of in S- Louisiana. To unbind the shackles It at which have so long hampered her fair u, limbs; to bring her forth from the spirit of complaint and discontent into the day-dawn and effulgence of a brighter 1 destiny, and by every means 4ithin our o Sgrasp whether by our own unaided ex- a - ertions or by reason of extraneous assist ; ance, elevate her on the pedestal of I fame, the admiration, wonder and peer of her sister States, within the broad n radii of this land of free people and a ' "free press." Gen. Jastremaki offered the foll*lng b resolutibn as a proposed amendment to Sthe constitution: @ o Besolve, That the Asedbloatfo may "elect to honorary membership cointribu L. tores to journalism in this State who, in oc the jud ent of the majority of the "membe will have deserved such an a |evideneb lh appreciation. t - tAdopted~ ha vote exceeding two thirds o te members present, there 7 being one nay. ad Major E. A.L Burke submIted the fol Slowing resolutions and stat lo5la Reaovkl;,Tat tthe Plrsdentbl and t he is hom yaahoried to af0Pat a Scommittee, bo' composed of tWe merm. Sbens of b!,ee rom e od a. o sionasl D i f.the State, forhe ur- p of eooonsid e gn the pmostal and fle- , grph llalties, with Instruotions to i r , I orb reoommendations for the. tia. - ;, ! ee~htto f 'thecetalserele in Iw . Itusb_ ~f for the extension of sueh lo of will best- promote said committ eebe au S requestto clonter with the manaeent ot the Westera UnOioaa 'SI and Ame n Union Telegrah Compf/ aes, with the view of a in if 1 a nueh rates may not be obtneover i theirrespectivelne s to points through out the State as will encourage the ex . tension of telegraphltc evice. LI ust or rIss rUoans3U5 aI 31 5ITs 01o u Meuldseia. Abbevll e,. a ItOidia" a" al, mi n .. ia .ba . ... ap People's Vindicator, Natchitoches, Natchi- old h. toebes. d45 Iberia Journal, New Iberia, Iberia. Louisiana Sugar Bowl, New Iberia, Iberia. ore ly Iberia Star, New ILeria, Iberia. aIa New Orleans-Christian Advocate. City Item. Country Visitor. ams nd Democrat, daily. 8 )le Democrat. weekly. ddl. al Deutsche Zeltung, daily. Deutsche Zeitune, weekly. T Familien Freund. i a Independent. tic Jewish South. (Bee) L'Abeille, daily. (Bee) L'Abeille. weekly. tic id- Republican, weekly. rh, to Ledger, weekly. al Le Prpasgateur Catholique. Loulsiantin. 'j The Medical and Surgical Jour he nal. RE g Planters' Journal, monthly. Men orning Star and Cathiolle Mes senger. To r. Observer. led Picayune, daily. I ;he Picayune, weekly. Price Corrent. ere Southwestern Christian Advo- a cate. l me Southern Knight. Southwestern Presbyterian. States. T- imes, daily. rge , Times, aeekly. In ys Pointe Coupee Banner, New Road, Pointe Coupee.f Opelousa Courier, Opelousas, St. Landry. n St. LaLndry Democrat, Opeloseas, St. Landry. we ade St. Landry Real Estate Journal, Opelousla, St. C ab- Landry. SObserver. Pointe. a-lalIache, Plaquemines. ih lb+rville South, Plaquemine, Iberville. he Gazette, Ponohatoula, Tangipaoa. m uld Sugar Planter, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge. we- Livingatonian, Port Vincent Livingston. Richland Beacon, Iayville, kichland. St. Bernard Eagle. St. Bernard, St. Bernard. wn, Feliciana Sentinel, St. Francisville, West Felt. -D ion etana. si- North Louisiana Journal, St. Joseph, Tensas. t olbserver, St. Martinaville, St. Martin. he shreveport, Caddo-Evening Standard. I P0s- Standard, weekly. of Times, daily. Times, weekly. Rural Times, Sparta, Bienville. all Sentinel, Thibudaux, Lafourche. I' acts Advertiser, Vermiliouville, Lafayette. )ple Cotton Boll, Vermillonville, Lafayette. d Concordia Eagle, Vidalia, Concordia. a Sentiuel. Vienna. Lincoln. In- Franklnl Sun, Wiunsboro, Franklin. "eat The resolutions were adopted and the o following committee appointed by the en- Chair, in accordance therewith: i any First District, H. J. Hyams, A. J. b flu- Padron· second district, E. A. Burke, ri ocal W. H. Amallwood; third district, J. W. a )nal Bryan, Chas, A. Brusle; fourth district, "eat Drayton B. Hayes, H. G. Goodwyn; fifth It ight district, J. T. Walker, W. E. Dixon; a the sixth district, Leon Jastremski, Leonce ° ADY Sandoz. ti Mr. Bryan, of the Lake Charles Echo, 0 voa- stated that he had voted against the~con- 'i ses stitutional amendment offered by Gen. i so Jastremski under a misapprehension of a ach its terms, and now desired to withdraw " the his vote. I race The chair ruled, that there having t most been no record of the vote a motion to to to change it was unnecessary. o ten The following special committee was i aily appointed by the chair to consider the ural resolutions and schedule of rates pre- b ion. sented by Mr. Lambert, of the Clinton 11 look Patriot-Democrat: : , Messrs. Lambert, Bailey, Mangham, day Brusle and White. ten- The reception of a beautiful cake, ac ous companied by the following card, was a Sannounced: " For the lady members of t rtu- the Press Convention, with compliments [ ger of Country Fisitor." t eep- The Secretary read an announcement hers that Col. Dan. Rice invited members of !ree the Association to attend the "circus to e of morrow, and tickets would be supplied kles in due time. fair On motion of Mr. Lambert thanks th were tendered Col. Rice for the courtesy. Ihter Col. Hayes, of the Claiborne Guardian, our offered this resolution, which was Sex- adopted: st- Resofoed, That the members of this o Assoation place the two Bethels in the cit of NeW Orleahs upon their free list, and furnish them with the papers con nected with the Assrelation. 1ng On motion of Gen. Jastremkeconded t by Mr. Bryan, Mrs. ijdphley Townsend was unano n honorary member of the tin. rbu- Mr. H. T. Henry moved that Judge , in Michael Hahn be elected an honorary the member. Referred to the Executive h an Committeeby 17 yeas to 4 nays, on mo tion of Gen. Jastremski. two- The committee on here ADVERITISING BATB AND BULEr submitted the subjoined retort: fol- We, the, undersigned. committee, apl ia pointed to consider the resolutions ane d t rates sug e S. Lambert, of the Patiot--,,nega relative to advertising agent ai rising irates, beg leave and to:reportrfollo st That the Press Asdroation nem- omake the following suggee e' eitorsfo and ubllshers of news pur- p the State ele- 1 The proietyof refusing in the fu P to tre to byontraot to advertising ii agent s speoal positions for advertis Ler- mtiPdaIl notioes. such . Adhrence to the schedule of ad imote ~ ts adpted by this Adsoola. oe t pt of advertisements Sau- from agen.ts, nl the < e iembes of thlisA - riir hot, and of whatever State, ng if th ty of cautioning as soon as oever ssbi, qlter by publication or other ugh- wise, the fraternity generally against e ex- dishonest and unso~rupulous advertislng agents or advertiser s 4. That e eape)ly direct their at- - tention to the justice of hing at g r advertising rates for allolitcal , and of' deiing payment fr in advance. o Tt.the' Piw ss tton of Lopislana recommend the adption of the following rates of advertig by on the publishers of country newspapers in the State: - Begs Traeslent advestl'iog, one incb, one time, :,1.0; tsbh stub qonet Uls, s sea's. B ose. .. I mao. mes. S mo. 9 mos. 1 moa lit1oeb . ......t 5 it *S $10 5. la sh c .. . ,-. T . le 1 ' &ee'lbe..s.....1 41 14t 1? 3s : f oi5te ........ s t 13 15 3 3 Ii e 3s ........ 4 , 0 S 1, +rur· t 3 ........30 3u * Str s 8 fmembers o oses ............ t G wersor .............................. lo u ,rs Bes , retary . Siate:........................ Aaetditorof P;b tolnaers............ o. SSuBoertn'edesnt of Pablie Elaestlon... 5 tw 8te Tr asnuerI..................;........ 1 oer Rptj'psntItQe........................ 3 p,, p area oasrste**.. .s.... ,.... ..·...... 10 To be pald for nlawbbt l wa ,-E dbiM tbhke asPkeu Ie hat ji 7 . . - tilli ::;9 ~ F ~ ~ '~c`sit taiti~ sl Bided the Assoelst'on would b3 In session next day. the retort might be urin'ed and cnsfd ered at the next annual session. Mr. Manihsm favo ed Immediate action. MNjot Burke sugges'e that the motion be amended o s to cons'dsr the report at the next metting of the Association bLf.re anal adjournment cf piesent session. Thus amended. th- motion was adopted. Major lurke moved that when the Asseclt. tin adjourn it be until 5 o'clock this evening. Ever, Mr. G oiwyn moved as a subsitute th t the C time to which the Asrooelaton will adj.:urn eh .ll b 1io .'c ock to-morrow moreing. Adopt edb a vote of 16ye sto9naes. The foll winc report was reed: I RPORT OP 8EOETARBY AND TRI&SUtRER Tha SNEW OBLEANS, LA., February 28. 1881. To te Pre.adent and Members of the Loulesiana P.. s onvontion: I have the honor to submit the following re por, of ny official actions sine + your lateseselon a' B ttD R ,'ue, on the 1s'i of Ootabtr. is8o: Invi A 1, ateordancc with the autho'riznion of the "Abs,'lttion. the prcwe ;dlnes of th.t eession, together with a brief ..vnoprla of the proceed hIgs of form r Pr-es Conenotins he d in tolls S arte. were publiehed under my supervision to the form of aaewspae er stt'pementa and to pamphlets, for dlstritu !ou amog athe members of the Assoelation. Of the enupo' ments an edition of 10 oo va- printed, about 6oo00 of which were wallled Irom the e;t9 to alto ewspDapere , composing tbl Asecilatton. and the balanee ,lstrtbuted anona the other country papers of 'h- State. By solicltifc advortisemeute feem toe newspaper and other buelates establibh metts of New Orleans. I was enabled t, secure. r auffletnr ptr, naeao in this lne to cover th e sf ft prItitgAand xa llng tI upplemoer' oostage pt-p Id, bet'ide. a smeIl margin fr rv personNpIeuenal s andtime; isnonsequep00 11- of wtich the supplements wre ftarnisued to toe Dewspa Par I f he ~tata free of cost to a. them. and wit out auy ,ax upon the funds of the Press Assoclati'o. Tae cost of the eap"le mesre. pseauslvte f my servi -s. was about $):; the advettising amounted to $180. Of the paamoahit, 000 were Dpi tl, at a aost of it so, es ter vucaers to my hands. T ese htwv obeen roitrit u.ed pro rata smong 'he me:nbers of the Associ .tuo, the oprce baicig fixed by me at the rate i f .vnity-fiv-e c sft' per a(lpn. which wlt cover t- e e st f puollction and leave a margin t f five or six dollars. Members are now lndebMeu to the assoc'ation f1r the pamoilets received. Two pub.isheis not vat meambters aso received paetag "' if the he amuhlets. by special requet, sond waill pay far :he saue. H ving a cumbar t f the books let, after suppyting the papers f the Asoclation. I took the lberty a fortnighbt ago of mailting a copy to .aaoh of the editors of the State not then mea Sbercf Iourorean za imn.thlokiricatk toseeuse ke, reo ed ando favtraabae at teation to the obje "ts W and purposes of the A- oelattoo, and an ic lt oreased attendaue (,o estors and puhlish., s at our pr, set as sisn 'h expetrs, of mall fth lug the pasmphl*,is is not aneludel in the )D; smountabove stated, but appears In the repo, t ae of recelopts and diiburemeane here:o an;ex.t. On ta 14th ntd 15th <f Feh. ucrv, by lir e. toua of CA. M Craowe our Pre:d ant. I por - /o, parel anoI fIs. d a crcu"' r addre a d t ,,u perintendears of rI way linls asd m ate a of O1- ste-mboats thr ugh,.ut the state. so ie t trg o ixreution of * e usaUtl hriasa o ,urtesi s t -ed iet' hos tnd ip bll h rs vial ing New Orleans to of sted rhis neetina. T., ti, elrcular osly aw. r: pleswe e reetawvd Ly me, one from Captt. &W H W. PennywatS. tf use Baton Ba;use nd Dcn4ltot.vlle drily m|l| p.eker. Mrning 8War, the otter from Mr . H S. No Me SBueriu. Ing tendent New Or:eats Peeile Bilway Company, tend ri g free passage to meamtrs of tie press t aveateg on teat bo t and road upon the oecc Ion te'errei t a. In eonee 1 In with thi ci eular for, said. I as Issu d an, tier. ardr.. st to la the ed tots the n't tublisber, io'he St te.eawl ng teetr,atten t on to the reduce t r. tes of fare which would ºre- be ceC rd-- to all pera as journeyloor to and r ir. m t is cite durI g theearnival per. d.and rev tolie!li g a full aeteana'nee at tan fres, t miea ing of the Are elation. in ord r that a lib er l me sure of bone eld results may Inure to bly, he pr ,sa I Louislia from ' ur deliberations. it ur m' sting its' Oc obera resolution uaa adnt ted provoiug 'hat a copy of ech issue SO t the oewsmatere b 1 onglntr tr the Pr a seas was a ci time be forwarwded to the Seeoarr and oTresur r. Ito b by him flle e4f r refeoe., and Sof that the expenae cf Olios the scm b def raed ant from the funds of the As o, .tlrn." Of the tweots- wopa,,er belohgh gtotheAs ocltioon, tnrea h-Ve e,mplled w hh th a raeolut on by mt divgecop as o me regul.rti on tc'th r h a esce)rdsd a copy ooesionel y. en a flftt h a 3 of d acover°d the esi tlnae of the r solu ion within ,he past thry weaks. I bea leave t to- saagest th t, unl as thee i se o welt-dHnled Lied a4vent eo be Derived by the operation of this r oolution. it soouad be aesoanded. Be sides entailing no ineorsideratle lab r and nk e per so upon the Seer tary and the Assoela. t on t'e rapid aceuau atian o papers under esy. the requirem ntp or the teeolutlou. espeollly with te increated membership which we sail. f, eiposte will ne seilate the providing ef a was urel or eror tom forthe aeoomso. dtlim of thee fles. Blch appllcations for manbership as have thibeen re*ed t,- me. were re err d o th Els t e tive C mmttes sadsr the conttitutioaal (8 A fair copy of the constittin has b'ena proe. pArd. o r wlich I ba'eannexed :h sti natasles o f the ma mbers wee joined lhe ssoolation at Boo Bouae. I sauge ttrathhssewa n..mbb. dd to be ademttt 4 *t present sessaion ailx their aenwtures to the dbeum, nt. ley Annexed h reto I heve tee honor t' subm't astatement of r a ipto and dishbatsmenta of Asocia ion funds. Tuseting this rep-ut will I et or or I I tesiottuollu submit it for ,on,,aonsier,-tioa. oIdge IOE. BEDTrLEY. q rary eSeotary and *reasur r, itive 5TATIMEN1 mo- Of Bee ipta nal Dlsborsements of Faunds of the Louisiuan Press asselaeton. Eaw OasuAs, Pbruarr It. 18et. October 1 -,1s .-X.-.b rship fo of G. W.. MeCral M. v IU. Hi. a Ap i brad- _. Mk. i lieEd, Ir m n and atey. W . SMmallwood. . A. the rke. eo Jastres i. W. B. Bal ln . O. F. W1Tooo. ob. Bneleeld. e ie Les .-e r . A. Brus,. i no.u. Lifre 3. . Oaore. S. tion hbrteeht-en.a $ea h........ a gfgr. 4e .1¶ pt-scaD rdFeeu . *ad 1ebru.Ay& 7-eibenehlIree o H. T. ea l................................ o: o~nl e ri. ...-.em.er,.ip fee of . o - JSmi hr T. S. Jno-fourteen. 5 tw . ..................... I iebru aey $1051 nof8 0p0-lre oa idi.br.. me.. .................... 3s5 February1 a, oea l-olamrped rulren-. t1-.. rat-n vleeson ............................ by " esuRpectfally submitta4 S- L. L Ml4TLEY. I ra * Secretary sad Tiessurer. [OiTa otlos of Mr. Mauria the reortolal re lime, ilved undadopted.' SThe f 4llowle resolntloas were seuceesivly mmme offered br thi memhers saie4. sad were thO adopted: ] - 15 v God. mtuusteas* is mat, i alid aun emanome . -G B.M4or, BUr*t- . $a R that oebrs of th, covenotloibe I1 e ips ot0 d,'he sommlttee onposlal I ...Ss in leaeph faelies sech recommenas ins "" I r . Jones-, 1i Reaolsd. t iat fattrke o r ets be oade - by b ,I AsoI $loa I r aTe realdis o.f tr ve ag I. ..10 o I ia to or if~m the meelage th s I onL Imea p ItL.Bre-. l w -t e as j ewah 0 sid -1: B r bBdZ ~~Op~l-ht~~a' itr dlrtii -Ulte~~ caso~i THE LIVERMORE Stylogapic PeR Every Pen stamped "STYLOGRAPHIC PEN CO." is Warranted to sive satisfaction. A WRITING INSTRUMENT That can be carried in thl pocket with perfect safety as iris neat ar cldean. Invaluable to all who have muck writing to do; indispensable to all who have learned its cqnven lence. The ume of the Stylographi" Pone gIWv-s freedomr and ene ti .riutg. .&1 the pen ,lldds as smoot, 1v as a teocil over the paper. an i .,:ply the slllhtest rtesaure Is reqfilrad. Tae nct of wrtina cuan therefo:e be con tinue I for to:r s witboir tfk''u,. Tther' is al a unitrrm ul w of Ink. which dile' so ou ily that the ube of blotlunr paper iD uuce ce sary. Is nao.o s&indce linee are .,,ireu I arly legibl±. It ba, theret ,re bena S especlelly commended by eorree torq of pro3f. It Is teo nomloal of both tiou pnd S money, By no "ther tet can eP grnet r poldity nla writlu biattain . No tiimiS wa.ted io dipDpta. N .int t ln wasted In dropylng. I does e away even wi the neceesl ' of an e Inkstand. It will last a lift-time I with ordlnaty care. and coets leis than a few buzee of pens a It Is always ready and ontatnes i. Ppply of i,,k *·a8leant towritre ten a thousand words without reflllibg. a I securea permanenes of w iting ei tboee eases In whibh lead neooha r are frequently Improperly a ed. r The n+w Sloarreph'e Pe+ is t m ,rtnuactar. of H ird Vultaniz id o Robber. Go'd 8.ivtr.Platluumn and I ilium. I. os therutore curable. a For rallui a anlform line it Is unsaurpa-ol. I, writes equally w-ll on ruugh or .moo h paper. a N ,woaper men tseoralily cim I- mend It. It keeps tue flogers tree e from lot and tnehoaner from blots. t No ink oen escape whanin use, cx 1. cepta Axel quan'ity at the point: - and when not In use the pen is b-rmetly4liv sealed, so that. even - after mothe' disase the Ink will t not thlekhe cr dry.san the ean will wrlt' as le dly as when first 1- I lud. Bualness men and prolo s. o ttonal men alike testify to its su Soaerirltv over any writing instru L" meat ilforu Iavoeted. 8 Cs Piatca or THE NaE STYLOeAPzIO !. PaN: h Short, Plain. P .oet Sse..... $3 00 Sbiter'. told Mounted. P cket S z ........ ............ s s . Lni. Plan . Dk as." ...... 50 iTe,' , G.dd M Wated. D.sek 8 z) ......... *................ 400 4p rdeat pret "dt, vi h full direc!i +a. on. tretoitpt of pice, .b the General Agent. J. C. EYRICH, a BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 130 Canal Street, - NEW ORLEANS. tin ed of 0 Ire E a-re t a TFamsina lt0tion G sIliaminu tredapera ds , Includin of mrIepT fNoWaVr D e OftrrNs, , so tse dola sad ilsumaeaen-ive in a fge sea e to oe moany S- toer. •SK . C .. .aATBICE, oo Wellee i sasIm rtathson ster 80 s usawala a. 5N sr srl mare . FIN STATIONR. *b te r eal s of iIl __ ', I Booksehllor al Stationer, It.box. c. IlumInated Paper and Cards, including o lone dollar an v t coats per box. EASTER CARDS, BIRTHDAY jAND DISNNR CARDS. for In Great Varietry. Isrgest stock of Books and Stationery a be in the Bouth. Any of the above mailei4 etmi ree of postage on receipt of price, by JQ. EYRICH, Booee~ller, New Orleans. ade t tianted ly for te"s uiEd ter . It will ulte.r st all toat r Seaertiveelot cia. KiN P5BLISEIN 0.