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REVIEW OF THE WES . b2
LEGISLATURE.-September 14.-The Com- pI
mittee on Elections submitted their roport 1ii
in the case of C. C. Antoine against Reuben or
White, favoring the former named as the in
member entitled to his seat in--the Senate. re
Mr. Ray introduced a bill authorizing the a
building of a bridge over Bayou dcArtonne. re
Mr: Packard offered a resolution to compel re
a better attendance on the Senate. In the S'
lonse Mr--Gartskamp introduced an act di
authorizing the issue of $8,000,000 in bonds i
for the purpose of rebuilding the levees. i'
The Senate act providing for the free
passage of children attending free public su
schools over railroads and ferries was con
curred in. The Senate bill to amend sec'
tion three of an act relative to inspeotion
of hay for the port of New Orle'ins, was so
September 15.-In th e enate, Mr. RanM
dall was sworn in took his seat. Mr.
Ray reported vorably on the joint reso- i
lution pr ing for the payment of mem- in
bers d prohibiting speculation in war
ta. Mr. Packard, from the committee on
alaughter-houses, reported unfavorably on
a bill relative to theinspection of live stock
and to prevent the sale of diseased meats.
The bill to amend Article 99 of the Consti
tution was discussed. An amendment
places all citizens, so far as the franchise is
concerned, in the same position they were
in before the war. The Governor signified Ct
by message thsq he had signed the bill cre
ating a recorder's codrttin the city of Jef
ferson. In the House, the bill for the re
lief of the State Treasury, which directs
the Governor to negotiate $1,x,000 of un
issued Levee Bonds, was ordered to be en
grossed. A committee was appointed to
examine the office of the Register of Con
veyances. Mr. Isabelle introduced a bill C'
to enforce the collection of taxes and to
abolish the office of Assistant City Attorney.
Mr. Page introduced a bill for the relief of h,
the Home Orphans' Asylum, appropriating
$30,000. An-act relative to marriages was g,
September 16.-In the Senate, acts were
introduced relative to juries, to Article 132
of the Constitution and on ferry privileges.
Mr. Braughn complained-of the absence of
Democratic members without leave, and
deprecated the evil arising from such con- 0I
duct, wishing to relieve himself from all
responsibility in the premises. Mr. Au- <
toine's case was postponed for three days.
In the House, leave of absence was granted ca
to J. P. Landers for three days. An act was
introduced directing the Governor to ap- C'
point constables and deputy constables in
each parish, when he may deem it neces
sary, which was passed. An act placing j
the Insane Asylum of the city of New Or
leans, the Workhouse and Boys' House of p
Refuge under the control and management
of the Board of Police Commissioners, was
referred to a special committee of five from
the city delegation. The bill authorizing a
the Governor to ngpotiate $1,856,000 unis
sued Levee Bonds, for the relief of the Trea
sury, was passed. A joint resolution was
passed, appropriating to the widow of Mi
chael Butler, a police officer killed Septem
ber 14th, the sum of three hundred dollars.
A motion was carried to invite Gen. Long- e
street to a seat on the Speaker's platform.
The General accepting, he was introduced I
to the Speaker, and received the congratu
lations of his friends, among whom were
many colored ladies.
September 17.-In the Senate, Mr. Ray
introduced a bill to enable the city of New
Orleans to procure a loan of money. Mr.
Campbell introduced a bill relative to elec
tions in this State, In the House, the bi:l
prohibiting the opening of the public 4
schools in the city of New Orleans until
the adoption by the General Assembly of
some system of public education, was laid
ozthe table. The bill authorizing and re
quiring the Mayor and Common Council of
the city of New 7 drleans to issue bonds for
the redemption of city notes and the li lui
dation of other city indebtedness, was or
dered to be engrossed for a third reading.
This bill provides for the issuing of bonds
to the amount of $5,000,000, payable in
not less than ten nor more than twenty
years, at six per cent. interest in gold, pay
CITY COrNCIL.-I Board of Ablderme'C.
-A communication from the Street Comnmis
sioner relative to work perfortued, was re
ceived, stating that though the expenditure
was increased, no repairs would-be needed
for three years. The resignation of Mr.
Eastis, as City Attorney,was accepted and a
meeting appointed for eight o'clock in joint
session to'elect a successor for the unex
piredterm. Mr. Kaiser offered a resolution
requiring the secretaries of both boards to
certify to the ordinances passed over the
Mayor's veto, that the requisite two-thirds
number of members of each board voted to
the contrary. Mr. O'Brien offered a reso- ht
lotion declaring all contracts entered into an
by the city null and void, as the charter
prohibits incurring debt over twelve mil- bý
lion dollars. The same member offered an
ordinance authorizing the Mayor to enter
into a contract with specified parties for the
redemption of three million dollirs of city
notes. Mr. Brady offered an amendment,
requiring the contracting parties to . in
real estate security, which was dopted.
Subsequently, the resolution as with. re
drawn. A resolution was opted author- Pi
izing the sale at less an par of the one
million bonds. r.
Boarnd'of elstant Aldermen.-The Trea
surer rep6rte-d a balance on hand of $378,- d
768,9C. The-Mayor sent in a communica- of
otiu reflecting on the police for abandoning
their beats, and on the Chief of Police for in
sanctioning the proceeding, and recom- at
mended that a voteof censure be passed.
Mr. Fisher offered a resolution, which was tl
adopted, condemning the action of the Po- 01
lice Chief. A resolution was passed annull
ing all contracts for repairing and clean- n1
ing the streets. In joint session of both
boards Mr. H. S. Leovy was elected City I
Attorney. The Street Commissioner was
called upon by resolution to furnish a state
ment of work performed by himself and m
RELIEF FOR THE POLICE.-This IOng
enduring body it seems are to have some it.
mitigaiion of their sufferings at last, as the d'
Controller is authorized by the Finance
Committees of both Boards to issue separ- a
ate warrants on the Treasurer in favor of
each -officer or employee appearing on the Ia
police pay rolls for July and August, 1868, in
for the amounts credited to them.
ZITOD3I1 AMD OTCI iTR . b.
Catholics are building a church in Salt Lake
Active military operations are going on in fe
Bismark has been ordered to England for his IS
Raphael's cartoons have been chromo-litho
graphed. - Ut
Butler failed to receive the nomination for tl
Brazil has apologized for the detention of the tl
The Eastern market is'glutted with cheap
boots and shoes. b
The latest novelty is a photograph visible ai
only in the dark.
1 A Philadelphian is making wooden shirt bo- o
some and collars. t
A most valuable cinnabar mine has been dis
I covered in Nevada. -
- The speech of the King of Prussia at Kiel is I n
Minister Johnson was presented to Queen a
Victoria on the 15th. n
Eggs were hatched in the sun during the
1 July heats in Berlin. c
General Rousseau took command of this de- t
f partment.on the 15th.
t A San Francisco girl has made a bed quilt of
a threethousand pieces.
a The Chinese won't drink whiskey, but they
g will drink champagne. t
Horses will ride inside of carriages, accord- a
ing to a new invention.
A Floridian has discovered a method of turn- 1
ing cane fibre into rags.
Cigars have lately been introduced into New
York which are poisonous. I
3. Thirty-five million gallons of milk is con
s-nmed in New York yearly.
i. ,Spotted fever, of a malignant type, has bro- t
d ken out in Springfield, Ohio.
L- General Napier has been tendered the free- 2
. dom of the city of Edinburg.
A telegraphic line between Portugal and the
United States is to be built.
y Accounts of insurrectionary movements in
w Bulgaria are authenticated.
r. The distinguished Swiss chemist Schoenbein,
e- has just died at Baden Baden.
:1 The French papers do not believe in the re
ic duction of the Prussian army.
l Last Tuesday, our police threatened to put
of the City Hall in the calaboose.
id A boy of eleven years has been arrested in
Paris, Iowa, for horse stealing.
Yaver Pasha, a Catholic, has been appointed
Director of the Turkish postoffice.
" The pupils of a public school in San Fran
Scisco recently flogged a schoolmaster.
r- Rifles were lately received in a coffin by the
g. Radicals of Edgefield, South Carolina.
as In Paris there are fifteen hundred eating
in houses and thirty thousand billiard tables.
by At Cleveland, the lightning entered the gable
of a lightningrod-imakcr and tore it into spliu
In every capital in Europe, says a London
- paper, the belief is eutcrtaninel of an inmmediate
c- At the Chinese Islands there was lirst a Ihuor
re ricane, then an earthquake, and then a tidal
r. Thecre is an est:allishnuent for canning peaches
a at Atlanta, nGa., which employs five hundred
nt Potatoes are selling at a dollar a ,us.hel in
X- ]kston, Hiere they are sellinlg at six dollars a
to From one pound of flax they manufacture
le :lace in llBrussels cf the value of four hulndred
Stewart's retail drygoods store in New York
has a stock of shawls worth five hundred titol- n
sand dollars. >i
A family near Elizabeth, N. J., were'poisoned at
by eating meat, a few days ago. The meat
was diseased. tl
A nitro-glycerine explosion took place at the tl
Hoosac Tunnel, Thursday week. Three men b
Tsea fare a counfdent people in Lafayette, sI
a., which has not a business house or dwell- V
ing insured. n
When the Pacific Railroad is finished it will
require a table five feet long to record the stop- b
ping places. P
The Italian Embassador has made a formal as
deinand on France to evacuate Home. It was
flatly refused. -------v
A fire broke out in St. Petersburg at the flax o
depot recently, causing damage to the amount c
For the first time in many years, there is an C
increase in the Irish population over deaths n
Napoleon was enthusiastically received by .
the soldicre and people at Camp Lonnelegan, d
on the 17th inst. a
Advices frem Port-un-Prince represent Sal- s
nave as gaining strength in the South, but the d
North is doubtful.
The Mexican Congress has assembled. The d
Indian chief Logada was concentrating his a
forces at Barrancas. o
A man named Dalrymple, in Minnesota, has C
made one hundred thousand dollars out of the
last two wheat crops. C
On an island in Stony River, Conn., is a cav- to
ity thirty-three inches in diameter and five feet s]
deep, cut into the rock. tS
A negro man named Clark, aged one hundred
and eight years, is living near Long Branch, fi
N. J., actively at-work. p
A Miss Lee, of Lawrence, drowned herself, a
last week, without wettingher clothes, by hold- o
ing her face in the water.
.Every morning the police of Baden search b
the forest in the vicinity for the bodies of gam- tl
blers who commit suicide. d
Nova Scotia seems seriouslyli-nt on seces- n
sion. Fifteen thousand troops have been of
fered them from this side.
The Quakers in Great Britain number four
teen thousand-they have one hundred thou
sand in the United States.
The Bermuda Dry Dock, the largest struc
ture for floating in the world, was launched on
the Thames, Friday week.
The latest intelligence from Rio represent
the ministry as averse to mediation, and in fa
vor of prosecuting the war.
They are emulating Butler in Hanover, a
boy having recently been sent to prison for
singing the national hymn.
In Jones county, Iowa, a man made $40,000
- out of stock alone; ten years before he came
to the State without a dime.
Lord Stanley is reported to have said to M.
Moustier, "that England would go to war if
Snecessary-to maintain peace." 1
Reverdy Johnson's speeches in England are 2
n severely criticised in some quarters. His de
mocracy is pronounced fishy.
e Messrs. Morgan and Schenck have decided to
call a meeting of both houses of Congress on i
the third Monday of this month.
Application for a new trial has been made in -
f Whalen's case, on the ground that his priv
ilege of challenging was curtailed.
y Twenty-two miles of fence enclose a farm of
thirteen thousand acres in Illinois, which is
L- subdivided by seventy miles of hedge.
Mr. Buchanan and T'haddous Stevens, though
1- living in the same to*n together for years'
never spoke when they muit in the streets.
s Returns from the British Home Office show
the number of criminals at large in the king
2 dom to be one humdred. and fourteen thousand.
The coroner's jury on the victims of the late
- railroad disaster in Wales has brought in a
verdict of manslaughter against the two brake
The Workingmen's Congress at Brussels ad
1e vises all operatives to abstain from their trades
in -the event of war in their respective coun
A delirious soldier at Quebec leaped over a
cliff one hundred and fifty feet high uninjured,
°' and then drowned himself in the river St. Law
e- The negroes in and about Amite have be
come very turbulent-so much so that an addi
it tional military force was called for by Mayor
in Intelligence from Honolulu reports that a ti
dal wave ten to twelve feet high was experi
id enced on the 14th throughout the Sandwich
n- A man nanmed Riets recently died at Wessel,
Germany, who was the possessor of a beard
be eleven feet long. which he bequeathed to the
ig The freight d'plot of the Chicago and North
western Railroadt was destroyed on the 13th
lI instant, together with alarge amount of wheat
n- and flour.
Capt. Jones. wil, diedl recently ait the age of
n eighty, took the. tir.t steanmer over tihe Atlantic,
to for which the Emperor of Ilassia gave him a
Ir- Alaldy in Milwaukeer recently recovered dam
al uges of a dentist for hiring Iher imouth to stu
dents to take casts in wax, therelby impairing
es her articulation.
id On account of th~ tvalence of the cattle
disease in the Unites motes, the iniportation
in of hay into England has been prohibited with
a out spelcial license.
According to the late treaty entered into
ire with Prussia, no citizen shall bie prosecuted for
ed a violation of the emigration laws after an ab
sence of five years.
A gourrmand in Philadelphias says out a gut.
n~ahen omelet makes a breakfast that will last
gill a five o'clock dinner. Editors should poe
sees that economical fowl.
A manu who had but Just been released from
the Desnoines prison for laroeny, eloped with
the jailer's datightei. It is supposed he carried o'
his punishmeft with him.
A large number of sheep and cattle were de- OW
stroyed by the flooding of the fists between
Whitehall and Fort Ann, Now York. Two canal -
men are reported drowned.
A political outbreak has occurred at Tahiti
between the governor and the members of the
protectorate government, resulting in sending
some of the latter to Franco.
In London, the women claim to be entitled to
vote in the approaching election on the ground tr
of property qualification. Six thousand in Man
chester assert the smo privilege.
Boston intends sending female physicians to
China, as when an empress is sick, doctors are
not admitted to her presence. To female M.
1'rs there would be no objection.
.' lfary E. Ackerman lately brought suit for w
damages against her own father in a New Jer- a.
sey court for defamation of character, which an
she received, to the amount of four T thousand
Wheelan, who was found guilty of the mur
der of McGee, was sentenced to death at Otta
wa, September 15th. He asserted his inno
cence and attributed his conviction to being a a
A smart youth stood on a railroad track near C
Cincinnati, lately, until the engine almost
touched his person. The engineer spoiled his
sport and fine clothes by turning on him a wa
A fund has been collected in England to de
fray the expense of making a survey orthe
peninsula of Mount Sinai, the exact line of an
march of the Israelites and the true mountain
of the law..
The son of Dr. Cumming has gone through
bankruptcy. As his father had often predicted
the end of the world as at hand, the son evi
dently did not believe his prophecy, or he would
not take the "benefit."
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. fe
PIANO FORTE WAREROOMS,
No. 159 CANa. Srmurr, Nsw OasLNe,
Sole Agent for the Celebrated
STEINWAY & SON'S PIANOS,
MASON & BAMLIN'S ORGANS,
Both of which houses have received Srst prizes at the
late Paris Exhibition.
These instruments are considered the best ever made a'
ufactured, andthe pblic is respectfully invited to ex
ami Ao on hand, rge stock of Pleyel and other low.
S Pstee lanms, whic wil be hoal at prie to sult the
RS. J. F. DOHERTY,
368.................CAMP STREET...............: 68
Has returned from the North, where she selected a
large stock of a5
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Which she offers to her old and now customers at the
Her numerous friends and patrol, are requested to
call and examine her stock of Head-dresses, Flowers,
Feathers, Ribbons, Cluny and Crochet Lace, Trimmings,
Coff, Collars, and Handkerchiefs, Infant Cape, etc.
selt 3t 5
ACADEMY OF THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPL;. 1
CARONDELET, MI.YSOURfI, NEAR ST. LOUIS.
At this Intlitution are taught all brnches that enter
into the education of a thoroughly accomplished young
lady. The best evidecle the Sisters can oeer ao a gue-.
rsntoe to larents and guardians of their succeses is the
exteosive patronage awarded by the public to theiroef cI
For the health of the pupils the site of the Institution di
is am l seurity. both from its- high-position and its
beautiful surrounding eountry.
All the appliances for successful stdy in all the I
branches taught are amply provided for bthe Sisters;
besides a museum and an extenoive chemical laboratory.
The scholastic year of ten months commences on the ae
first Monday in September, and ends about the 28th of a,
The-highest incentives to general merit in everything
that can adorn the moral anod mental character of the
Iupil is held out by the Sisters, regardless of labor or
eI n,s.t or guardia ns nar tIhe line of the Misalssippni,
desirous of Menlug their children or wards to the Aca
demy, will find an easy and comfortable mode of convey.
ance on any ol the safe and elegant steamers that ply
Academy, Carondelet, Mo.. will be promptly aS-wered.
Prospectutes sent, with fuol particuisrs, when desired.
OIXED (GREEN AND BLACK) TEA-l 2I5 perO
v pound; finest. Si 5 per pound, unrivaled for it
rich and delicious avor; -nest Imperial and Young IIy
son. Si 15 per pouud Snest Ooloug Si 50 per pound;
Anest English Breakfast, 1 59. We nave twenty dffr
nt qualities of new crop Green and Black Tess. that we
offer at retail at lower prices than goods of equal quality
can be bowght elsewhere In this city at wholesale,
J. W. FLATt & CO Grocers and Tea Delers,
se0 3it No. 102 Camp street. enrnor of Pnvydrs.
D R. DAu IS N DEAFNESS AND KINDRIED
AFFLICTIONS.-Dr. W. L. DAVIS can be consulted a
daily at his office, No. 231 Canal street, on all Dseases of
the Eye and Rs embracing Deatness. Loss of Sight,
Imperfection of Vision. Noises, etc. selO tf
I V57INTER IS C OMING
NOW3V IS THE TIME TO LAY IN
YOUR STOCK OF WOOD AND COAL!
- - I AM SELLING -
- OAK, ASII. AND VINE W'OOD,
COAL AN1D CHARCOAL.
AT RATES T) SUIT TIIE TIMES.
CALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES.
J. .r. CLARKE, "
Office and Yard. corner .llia snil I)ryadis; rtnrhah
Otlice. :ic) .ltlit sitreit. Nie It trin.
DR. M.t-LONEY. DENTIST,
- .3 ST. ANIDREVW. NEAR MAGAZINE.
WnotldI rcslo·rctirlly I,frm tliias rq iilrinn tIlrut clasn
delntal ou,.ercii.,il. ithat lisa has reduced his 'lhlrgesq. ni as
to' ibe wili),, the nuiiaii of all. Teeth Jninedrl on glidl.
sll,,miini, ntlruiir suit silver, with or without extract.
inc the roots, bye uev process A it iiarnt,.ind or
ilie mioiey refnndi,.l. Trle loctor wi sawaridedl the Ant
Sp rice--s gold mentln--fr the beet et, iT frtilrlsl teeth.
T,,i.th extracted without pain, by the use of nitrous
GLYNN Sc WINTZ.
Manfaetm-er, of and Dealers in
· TRUNKS, VALISES, AND BAGS,
No. SCAMP STREET,
se13 NEW ORLEANS.
N- EW ADV !IS ENETS
HALL Youxo Ma a oubasnO hasmnse S
Soeer oebU PATslo,.
The *ers o ie mb eboera of the abo.ve qa e
hereby ioeUed that the regular meettpts,4 p t*ooseity
will be belt TISDAY, (Sanday,) the 90h st., asl9
IPuntual attendanes is requested, as the elect of
Officers for the eninag year will take place.
By order L. B. CLmu , Prelsident.
THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 18ees,
Will be performed by the
ORLEANS DRAMATIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION,
For the benefit of
ST. JOSEPB'S GERMAN CATHOLIC ORPHAN
ASYLUM FOR BOYS AND GIRLS,
I Under the charge of the Slters of Notre Dame, J. M.
Morton's celebrated Drams, in two otos,
OUR WIFE; OR, THE ROSE OF AMIENS
And, for the first time on this continent, J. M. Morton's
last Roarlng Farce, in one act,
S IF I iHAD A THOUSAND A YEAR.
'loekete, One Dollar. Doors open at 7 o'clock p. u.
Performance to begin at 7t. Seats can be prooured on
r Wednesday, September 30, at the Box Office, from 10 A.
ir. to 2 o'oclock P. i., and alon on the day of the perform.
I ance se90 at
S-- ...............EOh ns Ple...............
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CON
sigaments of COTTON and other Produce to my fiends
in Bordeanux, Hare, and Ltverpool. C CAVAROC.
SJ ROUSSaILLON & CO. For sale by
RED WINE IN CASKS.
00 ceask Cote de Claira..
1i5 ..Chateau Dillon- S. F.
50 .. Cote de Bourg.
f50 o r salfek Cote de uonse. In i te and in bond,
andforsaleby - 3 C IVBOC,
SRED WIN IN CASEB.
9500 eases St Jullen.
1000 .. St. ulalle.
800 .. St. Lonbe.
300 .. Chatea Talbot.
180 .. .. Dillon.
150 .. Terrefort.
20 .. .. Ch nrerx.
i8 . .. r.
a2 .. aub t Brion. In store and In bond, nd
for ale by C. CAVABOC.
WIHITE WINE IN CASES.
80 aoeks Chateau de Couran.
40 -.. Ent.e.deux.Mers.
150 .. Chnteau de Cursan.
5 half caske Sauterne. In etore and in bond and
for sale by C. CAVAROC.
WHITE WINE IN CASES.
10Oo conea Chateau do Curoan.
20 .. .. Yqnem.
e 4 .. Cootet.
400 .. GraRveO No. I8.
150 . auterne, No. 1l. In store and in bond,
e and foJr sale by C. CAVAROC.
SpORTO ...................................... SHERRY.
is o casks 'PORTO. old and of superlor quality.
US. SHEtY, old and of sularlor quality. In
- store and it bond, and for sale by C. CAVAROC.
is VERMOUTHI-NOILLY, PRIATT & CO.
a 100 cases, Noilly, Pratt &Co. In store and in bond,
and for aolo by C. CAVAHOC.
c OLIVE OIL-J. PLAGNIOL.
8o0 basketo, '2 ounces. in store and In lond, and
for sale by C. CAVAROC.
2000 .. --UO e Gallon. In store and for
sole by C. CAVAROC.
BASKETS EMPTY BOTTLES.
400 boakets EMPTY BOTTLES.--' ounees. In
store and for ule C. CAVARO0C.
ARIE BRIZARD & ROGER.
" 400 Ucases ASSORTED LIQUORS-Anlsette, Maa.
Schlno CUrapoa, Creme de Vanilla, Cacao Chonva a Ia
Vanille, Creoa de Moks, reu do Vie de lioutsle, Ceme
in d Menthe. in etore and in bond, and for sale by
to C. CA VABOC.
; HOFFMAN FORTY.
F. 50 easee Creme de Noyan, IBulle de Kirsch. Klrech.
10 enwaeee, Ea, de Noyau. In store and In bond, and for
of sale by C. CAVAROC.
. OGNAC-COCQ, PERE ET FILS.
Dr 140 qotarters.-I80, 1)00.
for125 oetaves-lt2, I0. In store and In bond and
for ale by C CAVARbC.
S( COGNAC-ACHILLE PETIT.
d. 2,e canes--f10. In store and In bond, and for sale by
d. C. CA VAROC.
- (1OGNAC-SEIGNOURET FRERES.
t 200 cases. In store and in band, and for sale b
c. CAVAlr .
r 'AC MPLAGNE-L. R(EDERER.
ty For sale by C. CAVAROC.
SARDINES IN OIL.
S50 cas e--too quarter-boxes, . DUbota.
1o .. . . n.bleire. In store
aed nd in bond, and for sale by C. CAVAROC.
1.500.4 O) COUNTRY BRICKS-Dellivered on the
plantation or in town, by "cA.cAROAlo .
LI .o0, TILES--I)ellrreed on the planttilon, by
i.sI"t iooued, a belautiful and I1f,.-liko
CHIIlROG;RAPIHIIC MEDALLION IORRA[IT
II 1.' IIOLINESS, POP'E PIUt'S I,
h (stze 4 x 30 Inches,) approved by the Reverend Clergy
of the Catholic Church. The hleign is new, In executod
ill the higheslt s~tyle of the art. is a handsome parlor
ornament, and is commended to CanaLras as a meot
s desirable and remnerative enPterplriMe.
I Territorial right guaranteed cih agent without bhonns.
t Adlren, for tern,.
TIlE CHIURO; IGAPIIIC ILUcDLI[SKlNG COMPANy,
th. eI32t Nio. 70 Sanorn street,. Philadelphia. Pa.
SLOUISIIANA .AT MAYNUFACTOItY
PRACTICAT HATTER, -
* (8neeeer to A. fMihier,)
100............8T. CHALES STRIBT.........1..0
Under Murphy's Hotel, New Orlemans.
i. lon hmnds a 4ueoortboent, o ltst.. oeo ly