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T. B. K HATCH, : ; : : : id tor. I1ATON IIOI'liKi T"G££])AY,.... JUNE n 1889. tk ferllc & imit IB I 'iruUHIIEl) TBI- wek KLY. _ j , _ . , TiSîdays, Thursday*, • Saturdays. - J 1 •«' £. C. WHARTON * CO, No. HH «..mmi.n etree'* b»Mvi.i-n < in p 'mu Jüninzlnn, New Orli'aus, are uur sudiorlieiT A^enlrit f«»r that etty. %'jF K« ««Hu« Wim« r on l-very Pnfje. Sf&T A fati-rii m cliiiis* lor fxlir xnin itin«; ili «i com mi w rm i* >>11 t-x liililion »it I he stma of All. A. Jttvksoii in (Lia city. fSS^" Adin ral j hi B'e-t, ( I' l IIIIC- ), H! I i> uns «Xfii « tii g o vi-il • f. ut *n« at hcc 'litlt-. Bill) KBTit« U S Senate lias r« j'C'ed the nominal ion of <!eii. Mc (Jlellan as minister to England. It is thought p;olialde li e PierddrOit will now nominale 11,• lion, lu veiily Johnson for that poi-iiiou. IHSP We learn from the Mobile Register that tin* lion .J J iMilitie, ex Governor, of jVJ i^t-iü-^i j>j i, died «1 Bel'ze, Honduras, on the nighi of the SO i J j u!t., whither he bad 111 rived bill a few days previous from New Or leans. lie had been in feeble healili for u long time. D eath of A i.ix ('. Bri.i.rrr. EbtL- The New Olleai -8 1'ieayune, of Tuesday, is in uiouining for tin death of this estimable limn aim brilliant writer, formerly and foi many years connected with the New Oileans press — fiiMt as editor ami proprietor of the Bee, and sub-e qoHotly as co-proprietor and associate editor ct ihe l'icaj une. Mr. Bullitt died at Louisville, Ivy . on the (it Ii insl., from ihe t fleets ti swamp fever, contracted on his plan taiioo. ty The latest phase of the im broglio between the militaiy autlioi - ties aud the New Oih-aiiH Board ot Registrars is of n quiescent naturi, Gau. Giant decidi^ that he has in< right, under flitr law, to interfere with Gen. Buchanan's order in rela tion to the postponement of the meet ing of the Louisiana Legislature, and suggests the suspension of all action in the case ot Packard's arrest and trial duiing the pending of the I lalure by Congress relative to the admission of Louisiana. Gen. B thereupon releases Packard and tlit other uieinbei s of the Board from arrest, warning them at ihe saun time that should Congress fail l> legislate in the manner and for tin purpose specified he will have tin insubordinate Bo.nd re-ari est» d um tried by military commission. Radicals from N< w Orleans, now at Washington, are actively iovokint I Gen Gi'u I 'm interposition and liavi made application to Congress foi Some enabling amendment to tin omnibus admission bill, w b'ch wib provide for ihe assembling of tin Louisiana Legislatur« within tei days after the pissage of the act. They appear confident of success it their scheme, judging (mm cerlaii ^ote telegrams from Washington. A B kao riKt'l. JSi:vi i.mk.nt — l)i Chalmiis beantifnlly say«: ''Tin little that i have Seen of the worin aud know of the history of mankind, teaches ine to look upon their en ors in siiri'ow, not in anger. When I take the history of one poor heart that has sinned and snllered, and represent to myself the struggle» and temptation« passed through; the brief pulsalious of i >y ; the feverish inquietudes of hope and (ear; the tears of regret ; the feebleness of pur pose; the scorn of the woild that has lif tie charity; the di s. latiou of the aou.'s sanctuary, and tlirealeniiig voices within ; health gone, liappi Dees gone; 1 would tilu leave ilie Erling soul of my fell iw man with Hun froul whose hands it came. t'tf' M 1■. K J. McC.ihe p;it« up Light ning Rods ofeverv <1 c^.-r i ^ 'i .n, t A ear« for O -a/h-', CciJs, J«iU«aiüki '• JLWurau I Ac.,— I I ^ . ... »LI sentiineut» which we quote Mo», , . , an old pergonal friend and associate —one wbo t for • long series of years, j resided with bis family io our com tnuuity and who wielded an iuflu ence, while be commanded a respect and confidence in bia private as well Ms proffHsioual relations to an extent which lew men, comparatively, in any community, ever enjoy. Tlie sentiments which W0 bave lukfii the liberty to quote, are em braced iu-a letter written to us by our old friend, Dr. F M. Hereford, from Montgomery, Ala, under date of the 2d iust. They are expressive of that genuine warmth of patriotic feeling which reflects the character of the man. Hopeful and midi» iniyed amidst the p< litical gloom uml troubles of the land, the Doctor looks ahead beyetid the breakers and iliscfriiH the dawning eigns of better lime* in the future. Weha^e often lii-iit our vieimi in the same direction m ik I »fi 'ii "as through a glass dimly the forfsliadowitigsol brighterspfck* io the political horizon. They now appear more plainly discernible since the reactionary process bas assumed and is daily assuming sucb tangible ami formidable dimensions in former Radical strongholds as clearly to in dicate that Radicalism has seen its liest days and will, before many months more s I ih II have elapsed, be consigned to that "lower deep" of infamy to which it is tending. But we are keeping our readers from a perusal of what we know will interest tliein on the subject, coming at it does from one of our oldest friends and former fellow -citixens— one who, though he has been so long separated from us by distance, is by no means forgotten. Here ia »üat lie fays : « I h"p« m"iit earnently that th« brighter •t-ys for which wt hivi loiigad »0 earn e-'tj have slmady 1> g»n to dawn upon o* nn 1 thit ihe -re'g I of misrala" that li is wf ighed «0 heavily up^n naaaapeo p a. will so<>n be »poken of aa »omethinf that no lunger baa a local habituation and a name. At the cenaation of hostilltlca.I fonnd myself, in obedience to tbo order« of the Confederate Klaus Government, stationed Ht ihm post as an Army Bnrgeon. Thoae ordere I bad ever obeyed, obMrfolly, eladly, willingly; for like thon andaof my follow oonntrymen, my whole heart waa with the Sonth and ber inatitutiona; my tuty wt«* too plain to be mistaken or ava lât and to da> an an nnreconatracted rebel "» culled 1, I derive tbe greateet pumible m jnyment in the tboaght, that from tbe commencement of oar National straggle tor liburty und froed«om cntil its termi ■nit on, I endeavored to pel form that duty ftoh'iilly. , LiUe many, very many others, who n -i 'od in this city at the time of Wilson's ruid I found myself in the possession of a 1«# Confederate notrs, but conld not claim 1I10 ownership of a dime in specie or truth Hitly sfsert that I knew aught of the ifroei,backs then so eagerly sought for by »II » h<> desired bread for their familss. The only resiauoe 1 had waa in my pro «-«inn which 1 have pursued and p actlued from that <1 uy until the present. My lines 1 1" vu fallen in pleasant place» ; I have sue •ccile l far beyond my most sanguinerx pédalions ; triends, warm pleasant friand« 1 hut stood by me in my hoars of ad versity iiavi! clustered around me upon every side oui even the dark curse of Kadicahi-m, hat. has been crawling like an envenomed -nuke throughout Alabama as well as her «noer S'aies, >eems struggling Io reach once more the hell fiom whence she emerged •oemit her pcisonous alime and venom nver what has n t been inaptly termed lis I'nradise ot the continent of Nor h vme'ica. Thank Uod 1 the "reign of ter ror" is nearly over ; the dark mnrk> olond* of proscription are pas-iug away, tho peo ple North, South, East and West, have ■ •caned to Ihinh, and are beginning to act Upon every breeze that reaches as we bear tha words " Vex Pojruti T.« Dti." The giunt Car of Demoofacy has begun to move onward,and b> neath its ponderoaawheels, th» mutilated, gssping .body ot Black Republicanism ia destined to expire, dam 11«.1 evorlastingly world without end, without the slightest chance for the word " It emu gum" to be placed above its re in niiis, fi,r future generations to read. Until very recently, the fondest antici pations of my heart bas led me to wish niest earnestly for » return to tbe ola '►one which tor a quarter of acenlnry bad been endeared to me br th« found memo ries of tbe pa,.t. Th« d«ar old Sut* of Louisiana was the hirtn land of my sec ond self. Ih re my dear children first saw the light, there I w»s aarroanded by by per-onai and political friends near and dear to me by a thousand M«ociatioQ«, and îh.-relonuehopedtore t calmly and peace fully uujl lite Weoana merged m th« fiortea of eternity and earth with Jts oountl«ss attractions had passed from my view for«v«r. What, you naturally ask, baa oruhsed tbia earnest desire and made me select Alabama m my present and luture homut Th« simple faottbat Alabama is whit* to the cor« Democratic from one endot the Stat« to the other. Here, (exoeot on aut teranoe), the rad^oal, soallawagand carpet bagger has no esistenoe. On the 80th day of May, IMS the last pnlsaiion of the radical heart ceasad in th« 8tate of Ala btmn, her last gasp of agony was heard, the Iset hop« of radical office-seeker* was extinguished, and to day Alabama, new born, joins her sister Demeoratic Htates in tbe glad chorus : "there's 111b in the old land >«t." Brighter daya are dawning—we know and feel it on «very side. We have no' h Ing to fea* in the c ming future, but every j thing to h"i«. and in the earnest hop« that th« time is not far distant when L»ai siana shall burst the shackles that now bind her hand and foot, to enjoy th« bright cheering besms of the gloriousrun of Lib erty and Freedom, ami seek ihe c mpan ionship of those ot her sister Stales whose feet are even now pressed up-n the neck of Tyranny. 1 beg leave to subscribe my self, Very sincerely yours, F. M. llEKEKmi), fOnmmrntcaisd ] B aton k"c«k June Sth, 1868. r»ima n*ima AUD • oust : Dtar £»r-ln a lute number of the New Oileans Times, 1 observe a uomtiibiiicaih n from W. W K. Bayley, Rsq..in sriswer to min« which was published in your journal of the 14th uhiino. Mr. Bayley under takea to disprove my assertion that the height of the h'gh water line of the Mississippi Hiver at the point of lite Bayou Manchac is M feet, and ihat of the low water mark. 94 leet, by avering that I mad« an erroneous applic lion of the figures (quoted by Mr. B yley) trom Messrs. Uumphr-y & Abbott's U. H. Sur vey Report un ihe Mississippi Kiver. Now, air, ooiiae tlie etasiun manifested by Mr Bayley. In bis communication to th« Times of the 19 ti ult , he stales, ac oordiig to Humphrey A Abbott's Kej ort tbat tbe height ot the Ingh water line ot lbs River at Baton Bouge. IS 88 V-10 teel above the Uult level, sud that of the low water mark, it 8 10 shove as id level. They give 920-1000 teet as ihe speed ol the cur rent at high water and 0 084 lOOo feat al low water. From tbc,e data I made my caloolatioqa, which agree with the ligures above given. Now, Mr. Bayley «ays that those figures are arro laously used lu ih^se calculai inns He Bays, moreover, that the fall, per mile of water surface, is lea-t near the mouth ot the Kiver aud ft increases aa we asoen from Fort St. Philip to the bead of the Faaaas, ha plaoea lb« average fall per mile st high water, at 0 1.16 feet and 0 0 >6-1000 at low water. I do not doubt nor do dispat« lb« oorreotn«sa of this statement but 6-1000 of a foot per mi'«, would be so near slack water aa to rend«r imperceptible the current ot tbe Biver. Mr. Bayley takea the Red Biver mark as a criterion 10 show that, descending the Missi»sip t i from Bed Biver Landing, the average tall per mile at high water is 99 1000 feat, and at low water. 84 1000 feet per mile. Notice tb« perversion of the situation apparent in these statements which are so disconnected that neither 1 nor any oiher man could base a proper calculation u, on. Heretofore. 84 1000 fee t are used between Baton B^uge aud the Oulf, aud iu high water 92-l'ouo feel used in the same way, which gake me the result 1 have a'a ed. But, now Mr. Bayley shilts this to Red Biver and makes the current at Baton Bouge, it not stagnant water, al Uael vary near it. Happ'ly tor me, 1 have other authorities equally as correct aa Messrs. Humphrey <fc Abbott; xidtli'tl: I'rineipUt of Gtnlnqy, by Lyell, page 264. "Tha velocity ot the entrent al the surface somewhat exceeds 2J4 miles an hour, when tue water is at a mean height For 800 miles above New Orleans, tbe dis tança measured by ihe winding river, is about twice as giratas the distance in a right line. For tbe Ural IOO miles trom the moutb of thd M ssi»sippi, the rsto of lal' is 1.8-10 inches p«r mile; for the second 100 mites, it is 2 inches; for ihe third luo miles. 2 8>) and for the fourth luu miies 9.67 inches." Now, we can solve this in a nnt shell : Bear in mind 'bat the water, at average point, I mean surlace ot River, is 1st 100 miles, I H-tii I che« |>er iu |i«,r t |Tss li I* t bright »b ive toe liulr. id IU mile», 16fli'.t. 3d IU0 ouiy waulihg Dj uiiiei, give- y Total avenge eu ren! 41 4 e Let ua now reter to the statement given by m« to you, on the Ulli ult 1 the e said that the River at the mouth of the Manchac is 54 leet hiirh water mark ab ive the level of the Oulf. Now what is the average fall of the river ? S *24—80 total Oivide that by 2 and we hav u 40 leet aver age, which agrees, within 1 tool, wiih the Report of Mr. 0 O Korshey, who was dtate Otologist in 1848. and who by an ord«r of the Oo\ernor ot Louisisna was ualled to examina the Mississippi River. 1 would not itouble you wi.h this lengthy explanation, wet« il not that I am acting in seli-defelic« and endeavoring to b« cori«ct in my ptemises and deductions. Mr. Bayley gives tbe reporta and opin ions of professional men who are opposed to th« opening of the Bay»a Manchac Amongst other authorities he cites the opini« nofMr. Wooldridge.(nowdeceased) who oceupi«J, many years since, the posl tion of 8i»m £ugii.«*r. Wnh ail due U«t> i ' srenoe to th* jnemory of th« deceased, cb who*» opinion Mr. Bay\vj lays'much atress, I *001J stat« that Mr Wooldridge was a politician, getting a handsome salary for Oiling a soientiSo office, to which he had never been educated. 80 far from his hsvmg been an Eng'neer, I very much question whrtber he could have adjusted his instrumenta unaided by eomo one else. We have many auch engineer« in our day. Why is it that th« people of New Or leamsao bitterly oppose tbe opeuiug of tbe Manchacf How is it possible for a com munity gifted with ao much knowledge, sagacity, weal'h and enterprise, to stand in their own light by arraying their preju dices against a scheme which can only work in harmony tor the gone ral good I Why not take • liberal and progressive view ot thiaaud every other improvement j t | )Hl the ou,,,,, nM( i, l0 p r0r p ur and ad Vance ita interests t In conclusion, permit me further to say that in connection with tbe Manchac pru j*cl. I advocate the making of levees s»y half a mil« trom the banks on each side of the Bayou,<be Amite River and the Lakes. The levees t> be large say 80 leet crown with a height according 10 necessity. The base of ibem 800 feet or more in widih it nee«Hsary. It this would not anewer f<>r requisite protection to the lands, I would fav-»r the plan of buying out all tbe planters, farmers or land owners who might be injuied by the opening of tbe Bayou and then Oil up all the low places so as to produce a descent for drain a tro to the Missi-sippi River. Only 'hink, for a moment, what a gland improvement tbat would make. Mr. Bayley asks from whenco I ob tsined the information tl al the Missis sii pi rolled for thon»andsof vears throngh the Manchac. 1 will answer Mr Bayley's question by sayii g -Iroiu "Nature and Nature's God." JOSEPH troskolawsk1. special O h u Kit concerning thk M unicipal E lections—ghii. bu c I ihiihii linn issued iiih following offi cial document lelative to the late municipal election«, a» also (lie can diddles who wer« shown to have, be*m elected S8 per reioruB Beut to headqufirtei-P : tien qutsttas Firm miiit»a* P i«t"ict i .New or .«ans, La., Jure 6, i S bo . ) 8peel«l Ortfsrs No 186.1 1_ The returns of tho election for mu nicipal officers held in he several munici palities io the Slate o( Louisiana, on tlie seventeenth and eighteenth days of April, 13'18 in pursuance of special orders Nos ftö und «3 c 'irrent series Irom these head quarters, having been made to tiiecom lunnding general in accordance wi.h lav the names ot the persons elected to ihe several offices therein, are hi rehy an n >unced lor 'he information and guidance ol all concerned : [Here follow* a list of the namep and offices referred to, which we omit for want of ppace.j The officers whose elecion is herein an nounced, except those for theciiy of New Orleans, will jnterupon the discharge ot their respective duties on the 7i h day (or the day following, provided the seventh falls on Sunday), alter receipt of official copies of this order by the several mayors of ibe corporations above enumerated, to whom they will be sent tor distribution to the newly elected officers. Those elec'ed tor the city of Now Or losns will outer upon the disch >rge of their duties 011 Wednesday, J iid lOih lost. The officers who are ho'uhy declared elected will he required to take, and lo HI« at these headquarters, the oath pre scribed by ihe act of Congrus* of Juiy 21, I8K2. The present incumbents will viicuto their offices as rQon as their successors, ubove liaoied. shah have qualified. In cai-e of ihe inability of such sucocsors to qualify, appointments to the vacancies wtll be made from these headquarters /> ppoiulees to fill such vacancie» in the council, will be selected "only tr m resi fien s of tbe disliict or ward iu which they exist. should the State Con,titution be ap proval by Congress betöre the a'rivnl >>t ihe time tor the next regular municipal election, the liersons elecied a» above w ill then be en'itled lo take their offices uuder its re>-tr>c hins By com m ; tid of Brevet Brigadier Gen oral R. (J. Buchanan. TII0S H Nl^l.l,. Msjor »Kb In'antry. B'rvet Hrtgadler Ocneral U. *. A A. He erai official: N atu.inikl B urb<nk. 2d I UI ailh Irifsi.tr>, acv.t i>, oioul C. t" Army, A. A. A. Uuntoal. We append the form of the tesl oath releired to in ilie above otner : '•I A. B , do solemnly swear (or affirm ) thai I have never voluntarily bi-rrie uinil against t he Umleü Males since 1 bsve been a ciui"ti tliereot ; that I have voluutatily given 110 aid, couiltenance. C"Utisel, or en C'lUiHgenient to persons etignired in armed hostlll'y tberelo ; that 1 have neither si'iiuhi nor accepted nor atiempied to ex ercise the lutioiiimsof any office whatever uiidei an> au hority or pretended authority in hostility to thi United Stales, that 1 ha»e not yielded a voluntary support to i ny pretended goveininent, auihnrit.. powerorcotistituoii.il within the United Sta es, hostile or mimical thereto. *nd I do further swear (or affirm ) that, to the be-t o| nn knowledge and ability, j « ill support affb détend the Constitution ol th« Uiiiled ^la'cs foreign or domestic; tha' I will bear true taitli and alhginnc.' to the same; 1 hat. 1 take th s ob.iKation treeiv. without any mental reservation or purpose of (evasion, ami t>atl»il| well and laithfully discha ge the duties of the •■fflce on wh ch lam about to enter, to 1IH.P Ilk g od. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DANCING ACADEMY. PROFK h H IK A UliKKAItl'I, of . «« Or'ssss, re-p- ctlnliy Inf run the la.lln» am! iroatUiaaij ul B^tou Hou/e aO'l Tie nlty, ihat his DANCING ACADEMY w ll he -pemd St flka's lia» on e»»ry Tutud.y l bursdiy and «stur I .y, trom 6 to 7 'e ock, P M .c mmenrlogou ibiradsy. Ihe I Ith Im. For term« sppiy 10 Kroteswr 0., at the Hsll, oa tha day* above aenttoned. Jou.U-lw A CARD tjlü THK L.AOHCM. tMDIBS having hair THIT mat wwb U> have made into ur a II i b or CURLS are rt 'ptiafuily Informed that by calling at th« rear tf tha atora or MRS. BÖNNING, Corner of C liurcli and Kloilda 41 reell. they nan be aecrmmodatsd Whether tbe UA1R tw ever so UDgLd, or If from combing* or fail ing off. 1 oau be mads Into the most beautiful |H Hi"P mai,8or Ult a i 'js, O*" C 'kargt* modérât* and work auarantfd, JU,.etl PIKE'S HALL. Friday and Saturday Evenings, JUNE 12. h AND 13th. JOHNNY THOMPSON'S G Rh AT VARIETY AND COMBINATION TRfCPE ARK OH 'UNO, aid will present to the public * »erl R of thslr TUAcTiS, KLKUAMf A U.MQ ti PI- HK 'KMANOK8 HT I'be pub Ic can ««f«'y he assure«) th» Or,ut and Vertu lilt Talent In SoNU, D * NC V 'UuKVIM.fcsuds.Tlll PI AMI) I . INBaTI o' ihi Oiiraitanv, sr» of that Chante and Irre pro 'vfutbl*ntilur* as t Pt»T luvataf and auon ilir uansTsai iMoOiaia t raciT. Ailmi» Ion $• (10 'olorad p>-op « Front aeats r>'«frv«.| ior iadlea. V. £. BEAMER, Manager. B. coukun . Agent. ,un 8 STATE OP LOUISIANA, FIFTH JUDICIAL VltlRJOT COUR'i Pariah of Bait Baton Hong«, P usoms I oo e 1 ECO EN K KltKMKR, dtcaatetl, [No. IU04 P obato ] WIIFItEAS, K llsn O cvinic , of said parish and State ha- tiled a petiti t' r appninimerit aa Administratrix of th Succe sioii of hir deceased husbaud, £u gi ne Kremer. Nulice is hereby given to all persons in te '«»led therein to show cause, at In ntlice of ihe Clerk of 1 he District Court t"r the Parish aioi Ktate aforesaid, witliii ton datsfroin the first nablication hereot why said appointment should not h< made. Uiven under my hand and spbi of offlct thin tKh day of June. 18ti3. jnnell JAMES COOPFR, Deputy Clerk .SCHOOL IIOOKS. AN A8H0KTM«NT Rtwayon hand at BKiL'i) BOOK AND VAKUI Y STORK. JiiieS-tm WRAPPING TWINE. A1.AHGS. lot of cheap WrapoiuK Twfiie. Just fcelvrd at j t- ar IIK.M.W BOOK ft VARIETY STORK DAVID'S WRITING INItÜ Tut-: BI..ST INK M A [If: Kur *«!« h T ja8 lid Bi At.'S BOOK 4 V t h I ËTY «TORK MEAL. MY YOUNG AMKFtICA Mtl.LS »re a* u>ual bsnig um »Im st daily. Tos. cure gooi S'iei-h ^leal, pie me send your oriers to JOHMUA BKA I.. ATTENTION, GROCEItSI GROOKHC can seoure many articlsa In thflr line, at aa 'ow fluorés as in Stw Orlean "j .'ailing at atme of Junes jog Ht! A BKAL. JULY OR ALGÜ8T ÏT^OIt A . KOONO cri p ot 1,lata Poiatosg. plan' in July or August I' you want clmies »tocl. o> propnjjite trom. glre in yntir nrdsrs for th Karly Goodrich. A limitid qoan.ity only f r »sie junsS JOMHUA BKAL NEW CROP IRISH POTATOES. r g 111K UNIiB'l IGNKIi will pnrchise or shl| L (fond well-hand ed Int« nf Irl., h Pntatos Purtsra uxiccust m d t.. hmdiinn for a marke nh'-nl'i necure advice bi fo.e dinging juueS .JOsllUA BKAL. THE GOODRICU SEEDLING. npHlH PoTâ'JO s ftaarUuby foui d and pro* X. ductive, and wh®r»- giv«.» » f A } r trial hs l»r« ve . an «mire tuci «k*— yi»l ii ,n very lar^e y. A hmal! crop, for »evtl purpoaeti, and now «/ffcr 8 JOSHUA BKAL. Now Goods. THK UNDFKSItSNLD ha*iju«t open*»d an addi tiooal «8M rtmeoi «f DIIY GOODS, CLOTHING, SIIIIKS, ETC., among which are VKRY LOW PRÎ0KD OOOnf. puic^a^ed at auctfua in New OrUans, such as— CALICOES, domestics, white goods, iiosiei. Y, bub i net nettino, LUVN CHhCK<, linen DUt'K. drilling, and a variety of ntber goods too numerous 10 mention. I: ROKKN Fl KI.D. For Sale. A COMPLKTE 8KI' OP THK ACTS OF TIIE LEGISLATURE, ( F ull FROM 1838 TO I8SO. rr* particulars, app'y at Iba ö»istte and 0 me offlr». rn 1 y V8 Faiiilcr»' Materials. PURE WHITE LEAD, C1IKOM K GKEKN hS OIL, PAIENT UK Y KR. hP/t N1SII BltOWN, YE1..OW i i'll HE, flry, LIN s EED oil. »ml fciPTS '1 UKPENTINE, Ju>t received and wli. be 10.d at tbe lowest nokei rates. m» ï0 jamkh M c V at. COLGATE'S TOILET SOAPS. Honk ?, HI.VCERINK, oampaoratitn, CAHTli.K. elCM etc.. etc., at mar-'H KKAI'S RO ok » VtHIKTY HT'iHK Eggs! Eggs!! W AST*>, r,ft0 <•'■*«» fresh Vrgn -,t store el Eggs ! 1 ! • *»t Mtor« < JuBHÜA ijaal. SPECIAL NOTICES. SiMiiilA S1M1L BÜS CUüAüiUB. HV.iiPHHEVN» HOMEOPATHIC 8PECIPIC8 HtVK HKoV«ll F 04 TIIK MoSi AMPI.B «spar'ense. au eutirs nororsa ; Mui|.le— ■ r tup — t fflcieui, asd tteilabia Ibey are Ibe ouly Medicines perfectly atlai tod to |io^a ar u-e —so simple that mfitakrs cao -ot b- made In usl'.g tiieua 1 so ha oiiess as te be f.se frum dan* er and so vfflct«nt as to he always reliable, i'hey b Ve raised lbs oi^b st c mtnendaUon Irum ni. and will always reader satislacuon. »0*. cents. I, Cures Fevers. Congestion Inflamma tion 25 9, .. Worms, Wurm-lfever, Wo, m.Oollc 25 3, .. CryltifcUollc, 01 Tee hing of In« faute gö 4, .. Dlairliœs of children or adu ts Hü 6, .. l»yiei»u>ry,Oii inn, ii | ii,a. colle a# tf, .. C h •ieru-.iJulbus. VO'ulling.... 26 7, .. CouglM, Colds. UiuucliMs . 26 1, .. Nturaitfia, t'iNjWiache Viuraelie 26 », .. Headai lies, Sks Meadscb , Ver IU"» S6 It), .. Dyapepe.H, >li nus rtuiusch...., 26 I, .. Sup|iicn«d, or p*s Iii Iul verbids 26 4, .. V* In lea. iuu profuse Htrioda 26 18, .. Crauj», Jou((li, .1 title * l ur». lulu« 26 U. .. »mi till. Ulli, Krjalpe as. fcrUp tlous 26 16, .. Hin niuaiiaiii, Kbeuuiatie faius 26 it!, .. Kirei sail <>|(ue, ühiu »ever. Agues 60 17,* .. Pili«, iiiiuij m lit limg 60 «, .. I'|li i>MI ••»>', in J s.. re ur seau E>i S 60 W, .. CHtairii, mote 01 cu.oule. 1. Uu •»LS«....' ssess.stss. ftO to, .. Hw-i>t..| l -cwu^li, .101 nt v.ougn 60 21, .. AallllllM, n|.pieaaeU Iirealhtug ... 60 •• Kar l*iM.li«r a <a. Im^a.reI Hear •••it 60 i3, .. Mi'rwiu.a, «uiar^ed uUu a well 60 Jl, .. Uci.cral oeOMty, I'bj-lual ..e.k »es ftO i6, .. Dii'P'f, ma un- i) s»r>ti'iM.. 60 tf, .. Sea» ■•'kli«aa, •lekuesa fioiu »Iii* I. 60 H, .. Klilai y uioeiiae, liravei 60 .. beiVua iiilnlll)i »einmal K is I m I hu, iu'o u lUrj uls Ohugo 1 00 .9, .. Hoi e 'loutii, i.aiitn go 10, .. Urinary vVeuki.ra , wUui.g od 60 11, .. Pal tul Ptil.nls witli .'ps-uis.. 60 f., .. ^uir.rlii^» mi cb-ioKe 01 ilie 100 I.1, .. kpiirpay, p.hO.s, M Vit silawl 00 .. Iia|>iiiei in, ilaer it. d sore threat 1 0 family casks f 33 large viao, oiurtM'eu i a«e, t oiiti.li.ltig a aprcllic lur • V.» rj urill..ary uiaeaae a lauil y Is subj i t au, ami n boulc of dliea alone $10 0» m», .hi family au. Trav. ilni^ ci 1 a. avitii M to 28 vials ..tr m $3 to 9* peciSci fur all Private Oise» sua. Is t tor (ail g ud .or Pre ventive treatm^ot, lu slals and pi'ckaicise- 9*4 to 93 t» These n em,id 1 s by ihecaseoraloxle imx, ire «en to any pari <,f ihe c outry, by Mali or «press flee <-t rhu rite, on reoifitcl ihe price, d ireas Humpltrrya' Kperllc Uumeaipaililc Medicine Company, 'fliceand depot, No 6.2 oa kuck , ,\sw Vohk. Dr HDHPusarsIa aiiiaulted dal y at ' i- • (Ses p rsoriHlij or by letter, as su..»c, 1er all forma of .■»ease BAM,, l.y »«<B to CO., Druinlst«, Nos. 4'/ aud 44 t;au p and Nos, 116 and UT Oruvler fits., Ne# Orleans, h itesa e Agents tor 1 b. Bu ith janltf-y GROCEltlEiS, ETC. IIA V» CORN Aft D OA'I M. AFI» I supoiy 01 H»y, Co 11 oats and Bran m w lu siore and tur sa » by Uiiy26 J.ittllÜA UKAL. LARD IN TIERCES. DüiALEIts nao piO'OreaTery O'iolce article ut Leaf tard iu tl rcea or 10 smaller quan ties, hy calli-K at tny stole may.6 JOSHUA BKAL. SLGAR-CURED UAMH! WI1K.N a Hnr llarn is In qu si lut., bs sure and purnha.e at tbe it r* i f ma120 JO.-liUA BKAL. i»u for ttHid by Ul'« > At) FitEaH-BAKED CRACKERS. A NOT 11 kit auppiy 01 treib baked .*• d ». Cieam, _ butter ar.d oo.t .n Uracil, rs, uow lu atme JO-1 IU* BKAL. TAR. P'JRK Carolina I'ine Tar fnr sale In bottles at d ..ue abd iwo gilio.i lit. cans h> ni'>-6 JOBIlUa B DRY SALT SIIOCLDEKIÜ. h v Ï7ayl9 AI" • W lll'N l'K^ D puuods oi drjr anit Choal* 1 «or by JOMIICA BKAL. coal oil lamps. r'l K no vl k 1 ItUKNli.KC'i beaiiac ed te any lamp—11 do I n t h.at ih on. «ud the ou miitj rail lie retDo»«t »t «i.y time without bin la in f tbe bos is. A Iroh -«upiily ni ma>12 d& a l 1 .-. BO u k « v ..HlaTY MTOKB oats affo cohn. B.on ait an Torn 1 o* >o store and 'Jytyt 'or 84 « iiy |ma 9 Jo 11 U S Mr.sL CORN It It AN. r PO OLKAIt oil th«» wio- h 01 Coro Bran now on L hand. I »III. 'or a 'es di >, swil *t lin I w prii*H ol e>.e dollar per buuioed |. oui. da ma>9 .lnrlllUA BKAL LA KO. C^HOOFRP OR ¥ \ Ml LI K8 cjio secure firm Jt whi ® » « f > tr » io m y q mont/ .t h s'ors of »•an by PlbTtll. CA R'l 111 lit. 1.. 'S. C 101.1*- f R 1V—^aTy /.rid l*.«ket, J Kenili |tt i.'s *rr »— a»' ami l'eek»t. C 'o. pe' I'ari Id »« i 8 ' Hi. 3X 41 t 44. mar7 B*AI ! s BoOK Ik V AMI IVsl'uhK Mrae Pink, Itillle I.a <1 ai d Klour. Oll fl'st da.« Mnisiorli, 4* t 'J "ere s e of ► K- til. hendered Lard, H' barrels I'luni's Ch ur, now In store and for • ik- by ™r!n JO"HÜ*RF*L blïtj ks. ■ftKl.TKUN '— i y rfj l.tophur Oonnlngsby. "<*« MOUS'' lyOioave le i'i 8 » •' U" fHII.DKi- N I.N HK\VKK"-hy W H. Ilri'cni' b M K Ju»i r celv.d »t ma>6 HKAI.'rs BO K a VABIKTY STORE FLOUR. A PTRT'IY rh"|i'e artls'e nf Pnirily I F'our. send y ur ordtr t> r cmli to stor» of jsieS JO HTA BKAL. PAPER! PAPERI PAPERt Lbitkk, Cap. CoBime'ela) No's, Billet. Tissue, Bill ard , , Wrapping Pspein, Jmt rtcsiesd nt may« BiCAL'g BOOK A VARIKV 8T0KH