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Ten Wsuar Qusmow S m.as.-.
At the meeting of the City Council
on Monday the !d instat, a licese I
wea granted Doctor P. M. naders, 1
Sam. A. Moore and John Burden,
for three year, to the Flatboat and
8teamboat Landing, for the sum of
4,500. They are to keep a gosi
and suclent wharf boat,aeossble I
at all times to the traveling public,
which is to be regulated by the
code of ordinances adopted by the !
Board som mouth or more ago.- i
With respect to its landing, Baton
Rouge ti no better off than any
other point on the river. The right
to tax boats for landing is gieeral
ly ooeded, and ti strife is of the
town against the town. Out of
this, as well a the public market
and other public institutions the
town waute to make as much as she
can, d ina disposing of the right,
the more she charges for it, the
morese has to pay; for after all
the sam charged, comes out of the
people and the produce landed. In
a large commercial city like the
Crescent, for instaoce, it is right
nd proper to charge whrfage to
repay nl part the Immense some e
quired from year to year to keep up
the wood work; but here, where
there bps been no work on the land
lig worth matioaing and there is
no outlay of money for the aooom.
modation of water-craft, it never
ooeurred to us to be sound policy
to msy nothing of right and justice
to make steamboats pay for land.
falg. Not so with flatboate dealing
n goods, wares and merchandise,
they should pay a license to sell,
to place them ca a footing with
bome merchants. Our doctrine re
lative to our landing is based upon
the large experience of our friend
and fellow-oeldae Mr. Pete. It may
be bridy summed up is this. "Every
Gan should be allowed td keep a
wharf-boat at the landig who wishes
to, on paying the lienese and com
plying with ordinances relative
thereto." If competition will not
give us thei best for the least money
then nothing else will. We have
a practical illustration of the truth
of this in the bread question. The
old tariff on the sta of life having
been removed, more of it and a bet
ter article is given for the dime,
thu at any former period of local his
tory. There are many of our friends
all llow.eltises who think dif
ferently, and we allow to them
equal hounesty and equal interest in
1 welfare and prosperity of the
idfy. The Board has disposed of
the landing for three years to come.
Before the expiration of that time
many of us will have east anchor,
and beforehand, let as hope it my
be in some other Milford-haven.-
There is this consolation in the set
tlement of the vexed question. The
gentlemen who now have charge,
se a ll o tem popular and clever.
They ll know the force nd efect
of afability and courtesy and it
they do not eosed in uaking the
new wharf a popular ianstitution,
aem it enanot be done.
er re a keridge wand lse
NaIdonl CommIttee is composed of
the W olugm oers: I.el J. Se
phe, s Orego; GeOa W. 8ube
of Md.; ch. W. S SuUe, of .
Win. iman, Jamas . Bennett,
tsr lenox, sad Gs W. Rigqs, of
W hlqeok D. 0.; Jet Davis, f
5. L Thcmpeo of N. J.; A. Schell,
d N. Y.; A. B. Meek, of Ala.; Jess
D. Bit, of ld.; and obert John
sasen ~~ .-We -Im
f tbe &,p,, Pmere, that the
m*L fd Non. Ales. Berwow, In
Wiet Bngs, is St, and tha
he in pre*bly eieeted.
ls Commitee matat Wahintg for
rgniud and to pe for the
Vo fis elemran, sd themen 'htt
mm, I~lnl a, P.0O. Vr~im, c
Moac-hums- , iesba A. Nima, e
Virina, and uagh J. Jeui ndOs1i
T'r DAY WDATV PAIL Y
the mul dLbbr of bhadsome O
tMlap will be asd today, in refer- w
ease t ndepenaee, and no doubt ti
the Beselaration will be red several o
times. It is a safe calculation, that e
the usual number of beads will be b'
ameaked, by fellows who fully un- V
derstand, the messing of the word ti
"llberty" and who believe that u
man being reasonable, should get d'
drunk. There will be the usual U
sumber of explosions and accti- t
detal killing ; the sea being set, ti
the eighty fifth anniversary will be C
at end, and before another comes,
its incidents will be forgotten. Let A
us boast sparingly, and roar mod- fc
erately, about the American Eagle; 6
the star and stripes, B plsrihs v
lass," the area of liberty and e
such vainglorious trape sad trim- tl
ings for Fourth of July occasions. t
Our government, is very good for fI
us, but not the only good govern- ,
ment on the face of the earth. If a
the constitution and laws are en
forced, it works well to the end of d
justice and equality ; but when the a
people, grow ignorant and imbe
cile, and lack the capacity to think f
for themselves sand act the part of
freeman ; tie the government falls
into the hands of orafty and de
signing men; the moral force and
power to sustain it, which is more
apt to be with the few, than the t
many ; is outweighed by the force t
of mere numbers; deelved and
cajoled by designing tricksters,
and jugglers who are the offspring t
of such a condition of things. What
meaning has the word likrty, in
its application to society at such a
time ? What signifies the prosti
tuted word "democracy?" Nothing.
It were better to dispense with
such meaningless words, and call
things by their proper name. The
counterfeit coin-the brass sad
bell metal of him, who has a silver
tone, and speaks to the people in a
Siren's voice, deceiving them into
the belief, that any one part of the I
uniou has a right to rebel against
another ; that the individual is an
Indegendent sovereigan, with a right I
to talk treason, at liberty; lead I
the mob, or the vigilence commit- I
tee, and break the laws at pleasure,
becaus be heas a hand in making
them-this power, into whose
hands the government has been in
a measure surrendered, needs a
cbeok; a counterbalancing and con
servative element, with larger head
and more liberal heart to counter
act its inflence. The saying is
attributed to the late Mr. Peter
Townusn I "learn the people to read,
and trust them." The legislators
of the early time, seem to have una
derstood this, for when they ob
tained the charter of liberty and
e hung up their arms; the Irst of
their care, was to provide, a tacit
,ertgage to the land, for school
bouses. Argued they, no mere con
stitutions and laws, can give seca
rity to liberty. Intelligence-the
Spblie heart, as well uas the public
head, mst be educated; here is
the strength of freedom, aod the
power it has to reproduoe itself.What
is the condition In Louisianm
Why,'outside of the great city, anad
the political capital, where $100,
S00is ananally expended,the tables
show an slarming nuember of adolts,
Swho ea neither reedl or write.
Ssme years ago, when it was cus
tomary for School Directors to
draw warrants oa the State Super
Sintendant of Edustion, we have
,seen as many as three marks, for
* the names of uschool diectors Of
course, from soach a luxurient
growth of ignorance, learned and
deated kneaves, will grow, and
Sget fat, whilst the middle elas of
esociety, with whom the virtue of
patriotlm exists, stand aloof ia
dierent, to the leveling tendeesy
oe oseead d t thedegradi g in
e Sueeses on the other.
let us nt ru wild with the Uto
Spn idea, that sll men are free and
equal, baeuse they are only ar i
a limitedl see. It woeld dob
hes be awew yegod thlag, it gush
an equality did really exist; bet
God Almighty, has ueeksed other
wise. He has made Hie smrk, in
the coetour of the face, the shape a
of the bead, and the color of the
skin. If the intelligent heads, that u
by chance or trickery get into place, t
eannot have higher nsd abler mo
tives for action; then unless the
mass can be better educated to un
derstand their rights and think for
themselves, we shall have to re
turn to the dangerous Catholic doc
trine again, that the heart must be
Tas Costr AsnoLr to LAUNc l tro
Ala.-As the last and crowning
fete of the "Day we celebrate," at
5 o'clock this evening, a balloon
will go up with a lady in it, made
exclusively of Comets. We mean
the balloon, not the lady. The lat
ter is made of the usual material;
flesh and blood-ribbs of bone, and
ribbe of steel. Her crinoline is so
arringed as to serve the purpose
of a parachute, so as to let her,
down gently, in case the Comet
should come in contact with a mi
nor luminary and explode. Our
friend Mr. Robinson Walters, who
has pot the papers together for this
purpose, makes a special request of
us, not to say, where from, and
wies precisely, the balloon will
start. His reason for this, may
be didoovered, first in the fact,
that the lady does not wish to be
known, sad does not wish to be
gazed at going up. Besides, Wal
ters, wants all the room be can get
and if the place were named, it
would divert the publio mind from
other patriotic demonstrations-
There is a gentleman is Third st.,
who has money to bet, that the
Comet, worked into the ingenious
shape of a balloon, will go higher ;
remain up longer, and attract more
attention in this way than any
]w Mr. Mitchel the "exile," in a
letter to the Chicago Democrat says:
"in the present crisis of political
affairs in this country, be is ready
for a dissolution of the Union."
For one, we are right glad that Mr.
Mitchel stands committed. A fear
was entertained that the crisis
might pass over without an expres
sion of opinion from Mr. Mitchel,
and doubtless like other great men
we know of, he addressed a letter
to himself, asking his views on the
crisis and the letter to the Chicago
paper is the result. The Picayue
says in behalf of Mr. Mitchel :
Mitohel may possibly do some
thing among his countrymen to keep
up his credit as a politician, by
working to make his predictions
come to pass. He can help on die
cord, by persuading the Irish in the
I Northern States to abandon the
r right sad work with its enemies.
But it is hoped that they have suf
ficient intelligence to discern that
this is dishonorable, and sufficent
independence to continue to resist
the wrong, and leave to such lead
ers as he, the disgrace of having
counseled an set of gross perfidy,
in order to participate a public con
Svulsion. Mr. ]Mitchel's trainings as
a revolutionist at home do not fit
t him for the like efforts on a differ
eat theatre, ounder very defferent cir
cometaces; and his secses in the
Srole does not invite to unlimited
confiodence. 8cb, at least, abold
Sbe the deductions of that part of
his countrymen who are loyal to
the institutions of the country of
Sg The Crmus sy: s:t the ina.
Sstance of the Boeard of Health, Gova.
* Moore, hs issued his proelmatiao, s
r required by law, deelaring Havuu,
anI infected port, directing quaratiae
t regulationsto be eauforcedon all veses
aI coming from that or aay other iakC
I i port.
STaoousr rx NMw Maxzoo.-By
Sedr of sthe setarye of Warad
aebmeat of i hundred sad tea re
I ermts e he b or erded er the re
i eraitiag depots of Cartids, Fort Co.
Iambs sad Neort buraeks, for
r ie i N MYcs, aed m to
Spesdoed thelabth . Jlye eot
aeut, hwhere they will saits
der a pr m the ict of
SAqmmss aNe Nmae.
BAWer Beoes, La., Juld Id 18e.
Iiir aem.d end Gond-There wM
as eror is the repelr of the pr1medp0 1
of the Douglas Demmeertie COu1"f uLO
Saturday evening, ins eeosen te rs o
olations suggested by Dr. Delosey, i sta. S
ing that the committee reported aderdl hi
to them. Dr. Delony delined submitthng
say reolutlons, sad withdrew his motion
to that effect in view of a general ratile
tion meeting to be held at a future day.
JAB. COOPER, Pres'Lt
Amns I. LAuN, Secretary.
DLL &t NVYIUZTT MITLG.
In secordanme with a publie eall, the
Meands of ell sad Everett, the Colastit u
tional sad Union eadidates for President b
sad Vice-Preidoent of the United Sttes, it
met at the Court Hones, in Opelouses, on
the ad lstat, for the purpse ofappoint- a
Ing delegates to the Baton Souge Convea- t
atio which sasembles on the 4th of Ju)ly
astt, in order to form o eeiotoral tlket
for the tate.
The Heo. Thomas H. Lewis, rgisaid
the meeting by calling to the ehair E. H.
Martin, Esq., and the following Vice-Pree
idents, to-wit : Dr. Thomas A. Cook, Fe
li Dujean, Frangois P. Ptre sand Jone
&seeri*S, S. P. Clark sad Oesime A.
I The President, upon taking the chair,
explalsed the objeot of the mooting in a
abw appropriate remarks.
He wea followed by the Hon. Thomas
Hi. Lewis, who in his sual felicitous style
dwelt on the truly nastonal and eonwrva- I
ive petitole of Bel sad Everett. sad oft- a
eluded by espresing the epiaioe that,
Sperhaps, no other two men could be found I
in the country better olulated to eoldl- I
lote the contllotig sentimneate of the wo
setions of the Union.
When, on motion of C. L. Swayse, Eiq.,
Sthe President appointed the following del
egates, to- wit :
Dr. C. D. Tatman, Hon. Theo. H. Lewis,
C. L. 8wayse, 8. B. Harman, Felix A. I
t King, kbert Gantt, Albert Dee , Jon
tthon HBarrI, Aug. Guillory, Dr. A. O.
Guidry, Judge Geo. B. jKing, Onesime A.
GOidry, John P. Hudson, James M. Pot
- ter, Edmond C. Dupre, Thoe. C. Andersons,
Villeneusave Jobot, Alexis C. Guidry,
iH. Martin, John C. Hickman, Theodal
Foetenot, David Morgan, John . Keing,
" C. W. Foreman, Dr. Jam. M. Thompson,
BeuJ. E. Oliver, D. D. Ardea.
On modes of .3. B. Hrma,the Editom
of the Olwe es rrlh Patind were
requested to publish the proeedlags of
On meoion of Jame M. Perter, REq.,
the thanks of the meooting weo tendered
: to the ofeers; for the manner in which
they had presided over its deliberations.
No bueas appearing the mooeting, on
Y motion of the Hoa. Thomas H. Lewis,
r. E B. . ARTIN, Pres't.
0. A.Gorn, e Beretaries.
Dan.oaurs rano Naw OLnnws.-The
following is a li't of Delegates appointed
,at the meeting at Odd Fellows Hall, to at
Stend the Bell sad Everett-,r Coastitutioa
al Union convention to be heold in this
Aelf eprestdals Didrbiud--. H. Marr,
) Elijah Peale, Dr. Wm. B. Lindsey Geo.
L. Dolesn,Chus. . Bailey, Jobhn M. Brke,
K A. B. Cammack. M. A. Fonte, Gee. H.
Morgan, J. . Nixon.
&aeme Zoirese5fi Diuirbd - Moues
D. Eastman, Amedeo Landry Geo. G. Camp
bell Cornelius Fellowes J. J. IA*ne, Jos.
'P 8. lone, E. T. Parker, W. B. Fi.e
jy .i . rkeetdw Diserife-lqdell
SRHunt, B. Yoatman, Bobt. Conway C.
Hunt W. A. Violets, J. J. Baghes l j.
SDuld, C. M. Conrad, Mauresm, Moan
e eel W. Chapman.
e eM, Fo ,f#eseata Dhirid-Arthur
flSesier John Z. Hyde, B. M. Harrod. Oen.
W. HeLim, Norman Whitney, M. O. H.
. Nortoen . P. B. Mcealvey, D. Maupeq,
tt J. W. .hene.
FirA B,amfties Ddurid-John TYo
t ones, F. Lahetut, E. F. Lavilleboeve,
it Jules Casrd, E. Lemarier Vitor Wilts,
SJa. W. MeLeam,Ovide DeoBys.
p £4nkna e rvl Disrie--Asthony
tg CMabols, Goy Dep!sater, W. O. Dese
gas, F. Do .
&ewM r p.rfate Drnid-W. C. C.
Clalborno, . Mspero.Joseph West.
SGeo. Cark, Robs. Wynne.
ripmrsi Deif d-G. De Fe
ri.e J. Chsrbouet, C. W. Culkberteo.
ir 2mM Repessfmse D~trfd--Kd. Pr
Smele, Win. S. Mount, .. P. alter, M.
Masl , B. F. Joesns J. Q. A. eIlewe,
d earrj· 2 HrT.H iys, Jseuphfaa
ol er-A. B. Seger, A. Fortlr, nor
of Nayos,, Tasvas.-An observw of em
rioes mattersn msys:
It is a eurios sad lnteoreetir fet,
Sthough fow perhs, asr awm of it, sei
a- tbe t-et-- o~atlerent eentries is n rd
Sto tbhe style of Jwelr mare so d y
diffrent that rrtiar delgns ro re
a quired for diferent esoustries. For in
asance, in th ease of the orumasontation
Son the beekof wateohes, eak esntrh has
n it favorite l. For PFrnosa, thegeral
ai le amoll boequet, ora shdole with
,I IIowes, with a ve nasrrow bdeorr;
the greend either tright Bnley or a
tsaeny pttemn of ougne_-uIrri. This.
aIlo the style of Italy. ueM Oemany h
speated lissrltteral i etles rnln
led wdl bullL ght, Turkey sad Es
. rs admire oweed the eas
rm In genral derM bokth mid. sad
" 'ta. d with these ornements. avel sub
Sjests ase the earmet tast of the North
o" Amo mie alee, mes rid onid l
Sib dse oo a serpn ml ld W
It intermisd,, however, with lo-ul i
g sad eeok-*ghts as their sesading desera
alesd. h nm, nlts.
2sa Qsuar Tias ix s Woese.
-As aadma"sry trp * " by
ftJ. Agersmoe TenneqN to esbt I
she isll of Ceyloe. I h kae.
s the Bo-tree, of Amr-yaone,
sad is is all probability, he oldest
F historal tree i the world. It was
plaited 88 year. elMa Chuis, and
boes. k is anew ,147 years old.
Ages varying from 1,000 to 600
yeas have beeso asigned to the eo
.d Seals, eeslg~u of Tas
maia, the degls tree of Groavo,
sad the e tusat oft rost Es a.
SBes a a oeb estimates are maters of
Seonjeetmr, sad mob caleulntioos,
o howe lagenlose, most e purely
Sionarest ; wbere the agep of the
a Bosre is a mtter of eeeu; 1 bee.
sermey has bees as sbjss sdell.
t- d tdo memlveT draules, mad the
Saery of its vietsitedes has bee preo.
served is a series of eostimuoum ehroa
isles ama the eest theste that
have beesa aderdows by mahkind.
Compared with is she oak oft Blirelie
is brt a elaptag, sad the Csqueror's
oak, In Widear Forest, barely assu.
bern half its years.
Tbe yew tres oa Foreatain. Abby
re believed to have Jourisbed there
twelve hundred yeam aoge; the olives
in the Gardes of GQtheomase were
fall grows wh r e Sad a were
aspeilld from Jersalem; ad the
eyprse Some, in Lombardy, is r aid
,o a babeen a stn to time of
- Jlis Csear ; yes she Boe- is ld
, rthba the oldest of them by a se
d tary, sad weuld almsnt eee to veri
I- fy the propbeey pronoemd when it
e was lnted, tht it wold 'orish
ad e pmes fpeur."
1- Toomss vs. Nooum.-Tbe Bald
anre aorasypoadest t bth Philadl.
p* phis Press msp that at the Natlsal
. Demoratsi street meetlag on Moen
Sday sight week, a ladisaroe mistake
seermed, mad ik happened thus:
a, There being load ellsof "Toombe,"
I "Toombs," Mr. Noes, editor of the
is Cambuia (Pa.) M.atSinA, who was
I, sear by, mistook the esod, mad won
s, daring at his .dden and extnsive
popaeuriy, thekght be s eised for.
S'Toomb," "Tembe," said tk el
rn mer wa "ees..," "Noes". to bie
of ear. With fkeags that e*a be im
agleed better than they en be d
t" eribed, be mado bis way to the front
Sof tbe balesy, ead thanked him fel
a towetle r n f their wise ipausilisy
proceeded Se ypak. a streeg Deaglas
Speoeb. I vain did the Yancey
me try to interrupt bim-;e vain
wase e lled by sh te eatall, nudg
d is the ribs, esaught by the dlbow.
Tbhe people, equally is the dartk -
bimsel, cheerod him, mad more than
be overbalanced the attempt of the Yaa.
eey men to ary him down. He co
a sinned is as emphatic Douglas vein
and the whispered importunitiee of
flriends and flo sarosd him to desist,
dellig him that he wa is the wrong
' s, oald not srvine him. So
h a made his speao.
a TsI RAsmow WaR A Vuessm. u
P CALLnD Sa.--Father Neptune hav
lug been hailed "time out o' mind"
t with questions from queer and
curious customers, for the reaons
- why vessels are denominated 'sbe,'
'belays,' hitohee, his troeers to one
side, 'veers' the quid in his 'locker,
. ruase h 'grsapllr' through his
' hair, sad t-u d o : "Vesmel
Sare called she beanus they weau
, 'ape, and 'boneets.' Because they
are ofen 'painted.' Because they
sy ar beet when 'employed.' Because
- they look best when 'well rigged.
c. Because their 'value' depends upo
their ' age.' Becase they ar
, 'painted' frequently to bide tbeih
S'age.' Becsuse they are Igreat'news
bearer.' Beease they are ofter
Mrrmsmed by 'great swell.' Be
ecuse they are frequently attached
ea to 'boys.' Because we couldn't d<
without them. And finally, and
perhap most justly, because they
are ofte abndo:ed.
rd CItI . Kite rELI]ABETH Vo
B, L, alt o this, dty.
- SBPECIAL NOTIOEBS
an AT OOIST.
"ral; eaa a aelssE w U sas
3'isha Sw hues a *iat am
5- ike - tYae 4.mis ueso .
..r. D. DAT'S DILV 8TQBE
Smem-a. s s~ac nse...
~ an ~, rrut mn s i
·CI-r mUVi ona
AMK ICAN IpDIIPWDINCE.
!f1 lm@isome dOupee o t sab .iy will
eminemee the Perth of tly by " parade at
7) .'leek A. M. At SN e'leek a ag pre.e.ta
tioa to the Natismal Gaeerwlm fte plansat the
Use ""s Gn.lms atetr whik tMe Deolsratlme
of Ipedeste wilibe tad by 1sla, A. Stuart
of the Creole Guards and an aldruselioered by
Fred. D. T.Iard, of the Pllsa RI~. The nm
parci will the parade s of our principal
In. seordaaee with s ale arrausemseatthe
membere of the libreat Gempea ts WiN a5m.
Me at their seseral pl/us wr rldestee a"t Ji
.'.leek A. Mpi. posbl Y te Uibem with
bleak ouergs, to ilh the nelebratne eof
the GWleAsea AasUeDIsmns.
It erewr ef
WM. P. TUNAUD,
Captain PenIe ItsI.
S I.. J. RIISMIUX,
jIesat, emmadelag Crole Guarde.
.L A. AUOIIMAW,
July-It Captai Natlee Gu aeds.
drla, preventia aglýdees amd gryp bha, and
W Olerl PILL,--tlsg, Wrlgtb rils .fth
nldee ealm ., ediese. r. Wrigrh br
sale whemI lee sd retell by 8 , DA T.
GARDDS 18291 GARIDEs Iff-A eaD
sely ef Gardlee Pe waresee lb. an sd
guas, ~ heet rem M. eier I gammestee
ersr pspw lsrle seed I sil, to gvoe stIre
attlbtet. . U. DAY.
SATsITT lWAT PAS-sIe the
awater eam sre tatotiefPile.,
1b. h, loe eeely Ae le hetm ene, fo
supply am hea. I. D. DAY.
I. lits l l ssitlas sad Prises,
r eI Se W theWturo eb
Jus 3. D. PAT.
Tr..--Ilpral. .Per Starther
apply tot aederiged.
,Isly twdw M. 0Elnl
A .I. PSION8 having la agains th Pee.
A eeleI of IMrs. Marp Cobb, deIIed, hale of
the Par'h of Ms Mattes losy,m aMely nmoti
s.d to prset the and at. pesea (Ie to
t(h smes wollese seward sad sel wish ite
Sralelged Mernter or is Attmesas Menre.
Duoa A Mwrma.
J)neas a 103n 53 LSx , Isecutor.
Il IC lTA LI NINIT.
I.tre v lts. leaoe ml Iswe the meose
whbkI ais aelm hla sslm. per iSlemia.
tisem, SaLt 3lm. hrs, Senls., Saut Joinst.
or Galds, Speals, Pole vil and Swelllags upon
i lorss, t bas eoqual. No pres wil be ullb.
eat It who has tasted Its talsu. "Asd with ref.
.toes to the gemeal estiatles af the Mstang
UsimeW t, I ea eUkser ly esa that s- artisle
eer perbrmml me May ueaeIn a Ueighbor.
heae as this. L. W. MITI, BRpdd, ts e0."
g. Lare, se.. hyder Park, it, writes, tbat the
t hes was IwsldermI wertmie. (his umm was
/pasts,) lest Msee the I.m uoe of the Meeting
, miamesa I have etml him Mr Sil. Tear Usi1.
medis ~sqtewssmes p he es ubt shtetmy
le s esihs sewor lat. The Mr h t ast ewl.
F sry bady shel aren It. slemaer ofr 6.
I ms.. The gomese sMustg S soldH by all re.
uspmetale deals" thrameghet the wwn.
J nasdsimw. 3a*3 a PARK,
.- Prop.eere, now York.
T OIT, a draft given by L & W. PipOs,
I of date June 1sth, I, on Melen
berger, of New Orleans, i favor of H. M.
i Corr. The public i castioed not to trade
f for said draft, an payment as been stop
ped. (Jen-re.) X. X. LRE.
o 10 00 0003T rdsaMnrst s avista
VwreJ Ses et rssivel ead Sr 6s
a " ki9 WeeLk, a.-t 3OAM' .
JuacsS Mat st., eppese Mamasy Hmom.
S NOW TR TIeMN.
. L MAK8~ o hmy .y i s il teek, I will
Si now Sr.. this date tie emealaes part of
W soery, Cloeos, dase tad Cutlery,
~ erh ase. thesl e lt mue
d ea ga od beegale will pnees all maI
T IIODUUi Ot*,LDMANN,
lemas Waltehmbar ead Jeweller.
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S'OR J USLY, 1060.
S Jut roseiad sa le sale at
F J. UOGsMIOESa,
7 jeada4t let Oboe DMak semo.
yes ao seao Noa esh a
eFRANK LESLIWS BUDGET OF FUN
r o ` rr O o SWE l 1,1500.
Just rOsedl and be esla at
A . IMINOOmKA'S
ir juauer Net9 ore. See slot.
S b. HYATT & SON,
S s~ o gts-ir Ie.S m ..
b me d . ·15&UIDIAOU.'
-e Do g es r Stre.
a I d QIoe enlIId.b e me
DAR IAmo r Sons, 5m alueA ah reel trhe
at V. lkeDS A C3h'd
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