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.ntueket is a nice plOee for Mr. W. A
filer to go. The girls are just as lonesome
just as much enveloped in mysery as heiR.
Hayes will not visit Iowa thin time. He
ao winter clothing with him. and the recep
he wou'd get there would probably freeze
v. Hampton has returned to his own baili
still ailing. He proposes. however, to pay
ttention to it, hnt j;st go ahead and stump
Itate for the D,.mo'rattl ticket.
e New York Fre.eing Post says that liosco
ling is a hopoerite, and wee ire afraid that
Ii be the greatest effort ef of Conkling's life to
rove it.--(Chicago Tribune,
agressman Frank Welch died at Norfolk.
asks. on Wednesday night. He wam oleot'd
Republican to the Forty-Fifth Oongreoss.
the State at large, receiving 30.900 votes
ast 18.206 for .to ph H ilman, Democrat,
,180 for Marvin Warren. Greennack.
e City Connell of Chicago voted down a
osition to extend to the Fraudulent Presi
thee freedom of the city. When a man has
convicted of knoewigly taking what
n't belong to him, it is prudent to give him
tie freedom as possible.-.-' Now York Sun.
e treatise on finance with which Hayes
sed the Minnesota farmers was f tullty in
it failed to men ion that he ha I already
'n $75.000 of President Tildun's salary. Pas
we may have mentioned this shubi. t bo
liut a faot of such significance must be
squarely before thle public gaoe. --iWash
Tennessee postmaster. who fears that he
incurred the fatal displeasure of the Post
er General by refusing to contribute to the
xblican campaign fund, was interviewed
)ther day by a newspaper reporter. 'And
fear the sword of Damocles, do you"' said
'eporter. 'Thunder, no! it's not the sword
amocles--it's d--d old Key's ax that I'm
d of.'" ..
Title Thieves to be Provided For.
-I forgot t to say to yo when I left that if
more title thieves turn up during my ab
. they are to be promptly provided for in
nterest of civil service r Aeform.
H. B71ICRAIID HAYES.
Waents a Reply.
[Wilitamsnort iPa.) Banner.'
pause for a reply, we patise long for a re
because what the people of Lyomming
ty would like to comoprehend is how tholl
iblican party can he honest in nominatint g
Democrat and five G oenhaekers and put
them all on an anti ( roenbacik plat foirm.
Don't Want the Una'eelinlated.
dica Dl)irector R.NW. Mlitchell wants no more
sicia.ns or nurs.. not sooliniltotd sent herot,
F soon sicken and boome a Ih.,rden. Six
ing physicians are ill at the Howard In
requlires great moral st.rengl h and tonae
f' pIurpose to enalle a man to sloop till 7
to motrning, when an industlrionus Il- has
:led that he had bet t' get up at it ::ti.
---- --·Ie -
oe," said an Irish gehiloman at long
leh." "that lady is very disagreeable at
a. 1' 1 lived in till, same houas wit h her
would be theo conly one in :4. I can tell y 'O.
-- ý' 41 - -- . ...
low munc :h w. this ti telr, did von' s'ay'
'onteen cents, sir '" Where on easrl h hiave
other two gone? I cani only smell lif
"- Syracuse Ti mees.
lhat do the sailor's do with so meh ninm
ppa?"' asked a six year old citizen last
ing. And when the old genleman hlooked
ius the youngster explained I hat :a sa
always gets aboard before he sails.
few )unlut h Minnl. ordinance gives the
di warning that "any conw of oilher sox
after sporting a bell or ringing the same
in said limits shall, upon conviction
of, be subject to fine or imprisonment or
,at the discretion of the court ."
ninister was riding through a sct ion of
4tstx of South Carolina, where custom
ide inn-keepers to take paty from the
;" who st ai with them. The minister
iestion took supper without plrayer, and
reaklast witlhout prayer or gra. e. and
about to tlake his departure when "mine
presented his bill. Ah, sir, said he,
n a clergyman" "Thal may be," re
dod Bloniface, '"b1t you tame here.
,od like a sinner, and ate and drank like
ncr, and slept lilk a sinner. and now, ilr,
shall pay. like a sinner.
spect fto the ad ministration nearly sup
.;w the cry of agony that threatened to
p when it was announced that Mr. Webb
ayes would wed Miss Hannah Boggs,
hi.' ",a Freomnt, Oihio. saw mill nman.
. was a week ago. Now the counlry will
ad to learn that not only do.es Webb C. pro
to strunggle along without a wife. but
there is no such person as Miss Hannah
rs. with a cross-ent saw in her family
otf-arms. She provwes to be an air-drawn
;ire of' the brain, and the plain. uneml.l
d fact about Webb C(. is that he has b.len
ing potato hugs all summer in good old
o Illuchard's potato-patch.
. .,m m,• •i .i
Y. on " Meln's Chr'listialn Asxo
,edistricted the eit r as follows, to whom
eants in said dis'riot may apply. or to
s. No. . Camp strict:
ohn U.iber, rsi deon ,'eas Nortlh a mponrt
sleks to Lafa.ette Avenue.
f. A. (Camhbias, residence ><:. Dauphine
;ette Avenue to Elysian Fields.
iev. F. O. Rtell.o, resid'noe ornerr Ciati
Sand Bernard Avenr: -llys-ian Fields to
ir. C,. 0, I,von, t'i 1l ,ianade-Esplanade to
,ns,. from Claiborne to ri'.r.
toy. F. O. Keollt. rosidnoe corner North
orine and Beronard Avenue-Esplnade to
us. from ClaiI lrne to he swamp.
L. alvmond. is Canal: Wm. St.eel, ,
nia: W. .1 Turnrr. : St. Charhls-Or
to Canal, from rivnro o the swam
. H. C. Brown. t. Carondielt iana f o
-a, from Bairn to the river.
SW. Yon,,g. :5. Annun,.iaion--Canal it
Ras. from la-i to Claiorne.
". . Terry. 85 Jack-son-Canai to P.odras.
Claihorne to the swamp.
N. C. iaymond. its Carondelet : . M. T r
=" P,_drns to DLlord. trom Rampart to the
SH. iGardner. i iUnion ; Goo. . a Older. f
J'oseoph-Poydras to Dolori, from Ham
o the swamp.
1. .d. Young. o: Onmp W . m i Wlan 4,'
meiation- -o!ord to Thaha. from the river
V. G. Miteobell. :2 Ciio, near HIoward-De
I Thalla. :rorm amp to swan.M E .
IH. Wyve ",: v"agrzine: 1.A. MlP.nery.
7tania--Thalia to Frlieity. from verr to St.
0eo. H. Raymond. -o Po Bdras . .. IBad
ao Union--Thalia to Felnity. from :t..
(es to swamp.
W•. Dwyer. oas MNaGazine: W. C. Williams,
4 Charles : F. N. Norman. Magazine. near
adrew-Jacksonr to Felieoty, from St.
(.s to riv,.r.
Thos. F. Walker. sit Josephine-Felicity to
Jbn, from St. Onaries to swamo.
I, M. Pagaud. Jr., 242 Philip; C. C.
Cg, ass Constance-Jaclkson to Second.
ft. Charles to scvamp.
A. AMLean. 4at Rampart-Jackson to
j". from St. Charles to river.
E. T. Hitch, 122 Pthiip--Washington to
Sd, from S-. Charles to river.
V. C. Shepard. Carouniet, near Philip
1a4gton to Second. from St. Charles to
an B. K. Hiliard, ,79 Dryr las-Washing
t Toledano. from St. Cnarlat to swamp.
2W. Diendorf. 9s,- Tehouvntoulas
'ngton to Toledano, from St.. Charles to
H. Disone, 13i2 Tehoupitori.asTolle
d.o Napoleon Avenue, from river to swamp.
1. L. Miteheli, Delauhaise. between Camp
ar-atania: John ,. Rowland, Constantino
ld Prytania--Napoleon Avenue to J oseph.
frdier ru swamp.
.apt B. T. Walshe, St. Charles, coarner
Ta--Joseph to Carro:iton. from river to
- Pt. Dowers Carrollton. La,--Carroll
2ev. J. M. .eard. Algiers : J. Fowler, Al
IVW. W. SRARPE & CO.,
No. &2 Park Row, New York,
-Arathorized to oantraot for advertising in
SPECIAL OllTA IE
Notee-The death of Mr. Amos Patten
will cause no interruption fu o." bsFiness.
per pro. AMOS PATTEi & (CO.
New Orleans, Septemblar 11, 1t75. sell
The steamer Frank Parnoud will re
snme her trips in the Nw Orleans, Greenville
and Bend trade on THURIISDAX, September, 1i,
1878. s 1ini
Volunteer Phy.rt.lanS Wanted to se to
Holly Springs and Greenville. Mlississitipi. Ap
p y to Howard Association. No. tr. Camp street,
between a. m. and a p. m. so;
Branch Deposltory- tate Nlational Rank,
corner ]Royal and Conti streets-ilntitl further
notlice this Bank will remnoan open until 4
o'clock p. m. oech day, and wi ili not reopen dur
ing lthe eveninrg.
in the HAS. :. (,. IDT'PUY, Cashter.
New Orleans, Seuptember :t, 1i57. set 1m
Yellow Fever can be prevented by the
Medicated Vapor ,:Bath. If thoroughly purifies
th' system by withdrawing all poisonous lmat
ters, thus preventing .olntliglOn. This Vapor
Bath that has proved so omfletironus in eradicat
ing Yetllow F'-ever from the system. is obtained
by an apparatus recently patented for the pro
duction of Turkish and Ya'.rr Baths, at the
cost of the heat ieunired-aboult fl\-e cents. It
can be tmoved from room to room and man
aged by a child with no danger in the operation.
No family can have the Yellow Fever if its mom
hers use it, and it has never been known to fail
in draining Ithie poison from the systeim when
used on a Yellow lever patient. It has proved
more effective than the ordinary Turkish Bath
House in eradicating hlihnmatism. Asthma.
Catarrh Skin D)iseases, lit sRosia,. and all Ner
vou.s and Debilitating Maladies.
The entire apparatus for Turkish and Vapor
Baths, inlclding a case of medicinal agents for
the production of six ditlr'nt . 'lr.,'nitei V"apor
Baths. $1i. We will sond, carriage panid. on re
,eipt of price, or C, O. O . by -express, charges to
be paid by purchaser. Pamphlet of toestino
nials and drawing of apparatus free.
LUBiN' POlRTl'AB3E TiURISH BATH
COMPANY. .,e East Fourth street. Cincinnati,
Ohio. an's1 Im
shippere and Sellers of Cotton Reed are
hereby not ifled that on and Iaft, r t he fl rst of Sep
tomber, is7s,theprice for good sound new cotton
send shipped to this association will be $10 per
ton delivered here.
leN. tUl. CTTON SEED ASSOCIATION.
A Regunlr Weetlng of the Parth Cornm
mititc of the Demnloratiic-Conservaivie party
witl bha held at No. is Ex hange Plano ITIHS
Wo ine)sdat EY NING at 7 o',~lok. Jiusin ts
of cpe'ial importance will be brought before
the commitl te. B. ONO RATJO. President,
J. Q. I:IaNN. Assisant Serotarv. set lit
The fo!lowing reeoin ts are acknowledged.:
A. Stoddard, general n.ent. New York
1. nderwriters" Agenry, through Wel
shfins & Wood, agent .. ... $0 0 0D
Alfred F'ield A Co.. Now Yotrk.through A.
(Oiiticr d - - - e -o
1The oilate Boyle Granite Compan( ,
of Cos ,oadwy. Now York, hN ough
iD. C. MeCan A& -o n. t.
Coiletions by Miss Anna Blassingame
at Hmpstoad. Texast, through 1:1.
Kitehings & Co. Galveston. and o Lot -
imana NTt:onuli lhink ti1 45
S. O. .o.gg's. Natehitoebes. La., through
the t' n1al iCnmnk
Dr. A. )nperier, Now lIbria. ha.. through
Robert Hart o ... ...
Colet-ions by Th o.nas Thornton, o n q..n tt
of Tidiolute Pat.f , Ihrongh (r landtin
Bron t ters. b illkers of that pslam 1; :
Citli-,ns of Cumberlan( . 1d.., throligh
lHon. Wmti. ,. Read, Ma-or ... . i51 1
c'ilizens of (Zanesvitoe. Ohio. through
Fir-t Nationl Baenk of that city. and
Third Nationai Bank of Cincinnati 100 7i
Citiz7ns of W,'t. Brookfield, Masc .
through the Springeold Reputblican :5 .o
From a triend, through the came. ..... 0o
Citi7rns of Darien, Ga.. through Hon.
JaTmes "alker. Pfavor . .. .... 0n on
Citizens of Carlislo, by., through .1os.
Salz.?r, E ..... On
H k.Rath. stonben e inty, N. \Y ....... re
SCitizions of Ware. Mass., throaith Wm. .,
(Irlhalrd City Li'dla No. :7. A. O. U. W..
through J. P. Wilson. reooiver. ir
lington. Iowal 7 5
Office'rs of the nitiied States army u t a
tioned at Mcthorson ]Bartracks, At
1 .Ita .. 104 95
.Ta. D Glowel, Bitro. La.. through Lot
man. At!irlatam &o ..
Dr. W. .1, ltHawkins. lidgewax. N. C..
i.hlrouh l7. 1-. Anderson. plresid"nt
SCiti.ons hNational Batik of ialeoih.
SAl,x l.seus, 1 I.. New 0 leans
St. P rs Chlllurch. l)rowsvill, Ni. H.
throct'ih Stal ntilt:oni Bank . :1
Win. B . rimes, troasurert. '-lauinos.
Toxa tthoPugh 11. Dannel C 1.... 10
Metropolitan Nation-fi Bank, New York, l
throIugih i ti oirns l'tink of Loni-iuna 2i0o u
SBre-lnhalm ic-rey.s of Brenhall:ll. Texas,
throglh hNe- Orilan- National Bantk Sit o 0
.1. i. Ralht. 1"q.. president National
17nk o) Clevealand. "Tenn N. ot
Congregation of t John's '. E. Churiinh,
l'anlndaigna. N. I., t 'hroughl Rev. ,!.
H, Lee. totor 1 6,
St. Jlames Co.'red ( uh. St hrevport,
through B.R .Johnson ....... -" 7;
St, Matthew Colred, Churtic'h. Shreveport.
through B.M i ohnson
Miss E. ia -on. Br.toklyn. lthrough
Ilenrty ('iea'r 0
Miss N. Wenitde, Btrooskyn. throtghli
Henri y liiert , ,itt
-. 0. NE\\ M \N. Troasiurie.
NewO Orl-anit. So- nbor iu 1070t 9iti 1t
NEWT ORLEANS PEABODY SUBSIST
Nan Or (,1,Ao, S'eptember 1n. ise.
The followin tontributions are aekonowi
Iivers A Bartole . S`. Charles H t ...... Sin ,.
,1. Pirr%,pont Morgan. treasuror Now
Y ,ok Chamber of Commerce, oom
missioner of yellow lever reiiel
fund, through NW. F. Halsey .. B12
A. , M. Heine, Paris. through 11. Gaily o
1as. I,. Yanuxnia. Chicago. I i,
Emploves Slaught' r-oeus' Boef Can
nine Company, throunlh J. K. New
The tlblowing. through Stauffer. Mae
ready & (th.
Wallace A S-ons. New York, per U. T.
lungsrford. attorney- -
iWiebroek Hilger ltardware Company.
New York . 1A0 o,0
BRbit. C,.l'ate & Co. Ne York . 1= cOi
(chlins , Co., New York.... . o100 o
A. n-u-si & Co.. N-,w Ytork..
Unsalable a lorse Naii Company- through
A. Busing New York ............
SLamson &t GoCodwin Mi.ufaotnurinC oni
aRny. per B. B. I ale, attorney. New
0. T. Rynolds & ACo., New York ,o
Sargont & Co.. Now Yotk ...0 '
M. W. R1obinson. New York .
Biradle & smith. New York.... ' o
Fulnir Eros, A Co. ,nail- . New York t ic.
Campbell & Thavyer. New York .
iHorace Darivy' &. C,.. New York
Dickson. uan Dusen ,t Co., New York
Howard & Morse. New York . 25 ,O
Plume & Atwood Manufacturing Corm
an. New York ..... .
F. & W. Clatsworthy. New York . - ' -
r no. J. Tower New York...... .. .
Spneer , Uniorhiil. New York .
ti uli;ans' Savings Bank. J. L. Guberna
tor. president . . '
New Orleans Savings Bank .
M. F. Ross A C ).. Chic -go. Ill.. through
C. H. Lawrence .A C two firkins
Sun Mutual Insurance Company........
J. W. MADER.
sell it SecreOtary and Commissary.
" LEANLI.ESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS."
"WE, THE UNDERSIGNED. HIGHLY AP
prove of perfect eanlhness. and freh
water hathing in the river. dtone .odieinosly. is
desirable at all times, and not at all prejudiiai
to heath, even in these fever time'.
;Signed) C. J. BICKEHAM MD. ..
A. W. SHY CI. M. D..
SAM'L CHOPPI D.. D..
W. S MIITCH FLL.M, 3 .,
J. T. SC)OTT. M. D.
,n5 in, S ;WFr
The best stomachic and tonic sovereign remedy
for Dstiepsia. Excellent for an anti-malarial
Low Prlce--Pure ani Reliable.
For sale in all Quantities by
fal IF idn So. o2 Condl street. New Orleans
Applientions for Relief.
Applications for doctors and other relief to
the sick from fever may be left at the following
In Ihe district bounded by Napoleon Avenue,
PRers street, the river and Dryadi's strleet
AT G. W. MATTiNGLY'S DRUG STORE,
corner of Napoleon Avenue and Magazine
COlUMBUS H. ALLEN, member in charge.
itweeoon Napoleon and Louisiana Avenues,
the river and Dryados street-
AT I)l W. W. BI,ACIE S DRUG STORE, cor
ner of Marazinte stroet and Louisiana Avenue.
FRED. N. OGDEN. member in charge.
Between St. Charles street, the river. Tole
dane and First S' r'ets-
SAT DR. GAUIET'S DRUG STORE, corner
f T'thoutitonlas and Sixth stroets;
AT D1)1. MAtNAIGRE'S DRUG STORE, 'or
nor of Washington and Magazine streets.
S. B. NEWMAN, member in charge.
From St. Charles street to swamp, between
Totledano and Fi rst streets -
AT A. GABERT'S )DRUG STORE, corner of
St. Charles ant W\Vashington streets.
F. 1?. SOUTHIIMAD. member in charge.
From First street to Felicity Road, between
St. Charles and river
AT t. LElIOY'S RUG STORE, corner ,To
sephine and Tehoupitolas s're ts:
AT E. BRAND'S DRUG STORE, corner Mag
azine and .taekson streets.
HENRY GIN1)ER. member in charge.
From St. Charles street to swamp, betwoen
Felicity Road and First street-
At No. 4E9 Baronne street, between Felicity
ant St. Andrew, to residence of THOMAS
GREEN. member in charge.
From Felicity Road to Terpsichore street, be
tw~en St. Charles street and the river-
AT VOGEL & TUMA'S DRUG STORE. cor
nor of Magazine and Felicity Road;
AT GROCERY STORE, corner of Tehou.i
toutas and Race streets.
FRED. N. OGDEN. C. H. ALLEN and F. R.
SOU1'HIMAYD, members in charge.
From Felteity Road to Julia street. from St.
Charles street to thIa swamp -
AT 1)RUG STORE corner Clio and Dryades
AT C'URTIUS' DRUG STORE, corner Ca
rondol.t and Delord streets.
J. M. Y AN DEGRIFF. member in chargo.
From Terpsichore to Julia street. and from
St. Charlos street to the river
AT WM. C. IHARRISON'S DRUG STORE.
cornet at of Ma oaz.e :and Thttalls streets:
AT 1UIRNEII'S 1i13UG STORE, corner of
Annunciation and Gaiennie st reeFts.
FillE. N. OGDEN, C. H.\ ALEN andt F. it.
8l THM AYD. memnbers in charge.
From .ulia to Canal street. between 1Ram
part streo.t and the river-
AT FINLSLY' DR1UG STORE, c.rner of Camp
and ,ilsia streets:
AT I)RUG STORE corner of Carondoet a:nd
I PVldras tiret '.
All atplitati,'ns for relief to the lh.oward As
I eo,'ialtion let at the drug stoic, corner of hi
ronue11 (iti Gied 9!.l'm. will 1,' prom.tl)y at
toted tto. A. RHEtIlEY Apothecary.
B1,twoon TJunlia and anal street. from lRam- I
iAT J . I. ,AYIGNIP S DI3VG STORE. corner,
of I taain ndi Pot dira" strgets
AT LUE DiUFFY'S DRUG STORE, earner
of Ma a iaiL and t,afay ottc stre'ts, ;
fAT GEO3. AIIRNbFA' ATIItR'. No. 37a Com
onl e Stree "
AT I. FIIEI NDP'. No. 42 Franklin street.
A. J. VANDEGIP IFF. member in charge.
D1istrict hointed by North Rampart, Canal,
Lake ani Orn,"a's ts ',,'s-
AT T Y I lFlOhCADE. APOTHECARY,
corneor North tRa,!part and Cgnatl stret'-s.
.IULES ALDIGE, member in chargo.
Dis'rict bounded by North Rampart, Esla
na k. e Lake andt Orlans streets--
AT i. SCt\0 1 I'T'S. APOTHECARY, corner
Hospital and R unpart streets.
L. W BAQUIE. member in charge.
District bounded by North Rampart, Espla
natl, Levee' alnd Orleans stri't'r-
SAT L. I,IADo)'S, APOTHECARY, Chartres
etr '. oup sit' Madison.
D)r. J, H. PIHKE. member in charge,
District boundted by Nor'ih Rampart. Leovee.
Orteans anl Cinal streets
AlT 1. n llYT'S, APOTHECARY. corner of
Biosnvii", atnd Chartr Is streets.
T. tI ENERELI Lc, member in eharg..
From river to swamp, between Esplnnade
; and Elylsian Fiellas ,.1ree s
AT A. GlXAMBOi'S DRUG STORE, corner of
E lptanat and Btrent.v streetsT:
AT E'iNE.T HUBERti'8 DRUG STORE. No.
AT ' B: \CII.ER'IS )llRG STORE, No. :,,o
Ryt'1 I st oe, o r tOf Frou lt. IEl
AT .tNDREW IYBERET'S IDRUG STORE. Ely
inan Fie'lds strcoet. ,ern,'r Of (God,l'htl.l'en;
AT IEON DI)IF.iUS DRUG STORE, No. 7iso
North 'lalborne at reot.
Co0l. . . , VI NET and P. BUCHANA.X, mom
bo'rs in chtargo.
Fr-rm river to swamp, betwoen Eltainn Fihels
stroeet anid lower section of nin h wiat d-
AT T. DATIESrON'S lDRil STORE,. cornor
of Victorv and M-trigny streets ;
AT P. SItAEFERt' DRUG STORE, eorner cf
Craps alnt Spain streets ;
AT SEAMAN'S tDUG STORE, corner of
Royal and Enghitn streets:
AT C. WALLES' DRUG STO(RE, eornc'r of
Entrshn .i l I)aupttDine stlre'ts;
AT VON GO lIEN'S DRUEG STORE, corner
of Louisa iand Royal streets:
AT ROSENFELD'S DIRU(G STORE. corner of
Ia sop"s and I1uptphine streets;
Or otther drul stores.
,OllN M. COOS, membor in charge.
.y order of the Association :
au2s if F. R. SOU PHVMAYD. Soc't'etarv.
Our old established stand with t!xtures.
shIl ing.s and. as complete, situatcld at the
i orner of Royal and St. Philip streets, in direct
,,,mmuniltiton by ears with ,lackson and
'Pontehartrain railroadts, an in i 155 p'roxi!il y
to the IFrenchl Market. An unusull lly goodt op
ortuntllly fr ally onle lesirint to open a ldr
goodsl r t Now tllifer rl'eiirs. which will Ib
co'mplt ont the fol1rteontlh inslasnt, when
st.1o wal I r-eatdy for telivery.
Apply at DANZIGER'S.
No. t7 (Canatl street.,
Also. the upper part oft ' c-st ory tbrick build
inge. tornor Royal and ti. Philip streots. ill
comtplete repair. with gas, aistern. bath rooms
anr' alli modttern improvements, to rent toget]her
or 'ptaratetly at tenantl.' option.
Appry at DANZIGER'S.
ses -pD im No. sin Canal street.
Washington Avenue 1Dug Store,
Corner Magrazlne and Washington sts.
Constantly receiving fresh supplies of pure
Drugs. Medicines. Chemicals. Patent Medicines.
Combs of all kinds, Brushes, Soaps. Perfumery,
Toilet and Fancy Articles. etc., sold at small
margin. Coral Tooth Paste, recommended by
all wno nse it as a very superior dentrife. It
beautifies the teeth to a fine pearl-like orna
ment and ravishing boa:ty. Alcaline BouQuet
Powder for beautifying and preserving the
skin. The best thing for prickly heat and all
summer eruptions. Prescriptions put up night
and day. R. J. MAINEGLRA M. D
Druggist. Pharmaceutist and Practical Chemist.
MISSISSIPPI, MEXICA.N GULF
SHIP ISLAND CANAL
LUIBER BND SHELL DEPOT.
For sale cheap, and in quantities to sult:
Special rates for lumber sawed to order.
Office: No. 9 Union street near St. Charles'
ý -- JERSE1 AND ALDERNEY
MILK. MILK. MILK
Pure and fresh, from the country, to be had
corner Carondelet and Common streets
and Branch, No. 69 Canal street, neat
the Custom-House, North Side.
The only places in the city where this cele
brated milk can be procured.
Pure, rich and sweet Jersey and Alderner
Milk and Buttermilk, at 5 cents per glass. re
ceived daily on ice, via Jackson Railroad, fron
the famous Areola Dairy Farm. Said stock it
from the well-known Fowler's importations o
Jersey and ABderney cattle.
Also kept o hand, Mead. Soda, Vichy. MIm
eral Waters, Home-made P.es and Pastry.
Ssee ly~e ex:a ad ~af thp th. lf
10,000! 10,000 ! !
LADIES' FOX B BOOTS
A t $1 2 -5 1 ' I'tair.
-AT Tl -
This new lino of FANCY LIITPPERS. manu
fa'tured for our house expressly-- TIE VERY
TIHE NEATEST ARTIOLE MADE,
Only $2 pr pet pair.
ALIEE TIES, Il ps,
A\ITR EE TIES, FoNC SrapW.
The flneot ctroet shoo mad.': will only quit
wiih 'olorod stockings.
PI C PER PA IRl.
t AIDIEI TIES, Foulr )|%.
R AIDIEE TIte, Foull° Siraps.
T 11ost Parisian 'tylo. found only at tht
RICE MODE RATEE,
IA 1 A 1R AT E.
Lt.alf lri iandal style. faoll kidoly a t mad".
Sold at $2 ;5:,
Sold at $2 75.
SoldRed Star at
! ~Sold iat $ff 7
Thi< is falne artile. and will suit for Tprlor
or stroot use. Every lady should have' a hair,
L ANIIATTAN SLIPPERS.
Thin is a very otl.gant article, tut up with an
extra Fronh goat and fancy workoe in lth
142 sO will buy a patr.
Conmfortable in -very respoet,
Only. Only -I,
Only. Only $1,
Only, Only $1 25.
Only, Only $1 25.
Only, Only Si 50
Only, Only $1 SO
PER PATI, WARRANTED TO WEAR GOOD.
FORl A GOOD LADIES' SERGE GAITER.
GENTS' CREOLE GAITERS $2 50 PER PAIR.
CALL AT THE RED STAR,
CALiL AT THE RED STAR,
Corner Custlomhouse and Bourbon Streets,
ARTHUR DURIEU, Proprietor.
has ljusit purcllasod from a low market an ogs I
eeollent asortment.f of
For Jobbing P ,lroses,
Which we are t revared to offer our crutomirP 1
at prieer to Putt.
Ledger Papers. t
We keep a full line of 8OUTHWORTI'S cel.
ebrated Ledger Papers. These papers were
awarded thGold a the Gold Metal at the Centennial for
"unsurpassed exc'ellene," their surperiorlty
consistiug in GREAT STRENGTH. FINE
FINISH, and PERFECT SIZING,
IManufactured to order, on short noti-. ror'f
these exeellent papers.
IMPERIAL LEDGER PAPER
SUPER ROYAi, LEDGER PAPER.
ROYAL LEDGER PAPER.
MEDIUM LEDGER PAPER,
DEMY LEDGER PIAPER
Of all weights and sizes used in this mar. tr,
general jol)bbingpn lrose,.
We have a superior lot of TREASURY BLOT.
TING-PAPER whlih we can sell at a low ftgure
Lithographed. Printed or Piln.
We have in stock the finest nPasriment of
VISITING CARDS in this rtt, whti. we .fr
nisth to our customers at the low rate of
50 cents per pack, Printed.
VISITING CARDS-The finest super C. Bris.
tol. white and all the fashionable tints.
GOLD EDGE VISITING CARDS.
SILVER EDGE VISITING CARDS,
RED EDGE VISITING CARDS.
BLUE EDGE VISITING CARDS,
BEVEL EDGE VISITING CARDS.
With square or round 'ornoer,
GOLD DUST VISITING CARDS.
SNOWFLAKE VISITING CARDS.
tEight different tints.'
DAMASK VISITING CARDS,
REP VISITING CARDS.
ARABESQUE VISITING CARDS.
SMORNING GLORY VISITING CARDS,
PHANTOM VISITING CARDS,
ORIENTAL VISITING CARDS.
The very latv at n mut m i i d <i yi,
of every description in groat va;ria'y.
WEDDING CARDS and
JAPANESE CARDS and
J kPANESE EN ~1Tr OPi:
LADIES' INN 'TATIONSan,:
NVITATION t~ YELOPSE,
In stock or ruled to order on best HOLYOKE
paper, laid or wove, lithographed.or printed in
the best style.
Our office being all NEW, bought with especlal
reference to the wants of this city, we are en
abled to turn out SUPERIOR WORK in a most
Estimates furnished on all classes of work
Call and see samples and get our figures be
o re ordering your work,
GEO. W. DUPRE & CO.,
109 ....Gravier street.....109
MONTGOMERY & CO,,
.E. C. BULLARD, Al'tionuer.'
Attend to sales of REAL ESTATE MFTlR4.0i N
1)IRE of all kinds, HOUSEHIOL) FU1iNi
TUBE. HORSES and L1IE STOCK, CAR
RIAGISF. LIBRARIES, PAINTING14 Er;'o.
Regular sales at their fitloe and salesroom, tVh
Old Auetion Mart. 87 Camp street everrt
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at it a. m.
Sale, of Horses and Ste.k, Carriages, HArn..ess,
oet.. oe ry Siatnrdav t 11 a. n., ' -
GO)MERYSB TATTEl'A.l LS., 7 Baroiam
Outdoor sales and sales at rei,,'"ence r)ro,. tlt.
.th.rndoed. ('ioh 'v,1uoes if desireot,
The busines 01 thoe "ritnds sot t.ho l0QliptC
MONT(OMERR' & CO..
R7 Camrp qtreet. ,'.t ye
tITUATION§ WANTFW-FEMAl t((
Cooks. Nurses. lhamtFnrmaldsa Ettt
1"\N'lT'1 -A SITU'ATION. lIBY TW' 11"."
s i talble girls, to to htousoT r nan
nurse. Can as'ist inl .71 1 !in7. Adir es' C. 7.1nd
B.. t1hits e18 -.
1'ANTED--A GOOD PAYING TENANT
wishes to .e-:uren :? =cal house within
walking distan.e tf the l'sijness corjiu-C of
Canal stoet byt thte hist of tr-lt'-teeila nOxt.
Rent must be moderate. Address J. I'., thif
Omffie. tefO C
WTANTED-TO RENT--A HOUSE WIPTH
five rooms, in the ftr' .rh District Rent
must not be over $15 Peor mCeno.. Address G W.
B., Democrat offic.e. mmys^ tf
WrANTED TO RENT- WANTFI Bi A FA..N -
ily now living at Bay St. Louis, nuid who
intend to reside there a1 hbors to take care of
this winter, free of rent. Satisfooitory aaran,
teo given that the propertr will Ib, well l~ooked
after and kent inll good order, For inflrmlllticl
adres. C. O. WEIB. ai -ot1,cn ot Now Orleans
'ANTE1-1-CITY TIME FOR TIlE itlON '1H
of Augnst, 1S78. for whilch I will 1a1 th,11
i hightlest prictf. Off~ie 2t. Ci.narh lO , yCt, i 1unlw'
he Si. Charles I'otel. ,. lE 1N'It iQUES
Sto go ( Cau1to11. Apply at Mn H Mr.
SCIIAUN E3l, 11 ow :rd 11o1' V 0.
S1.5()FOR FOl IANC "'UNIG-IEST 4WO'tK
lns' MagaUtin. U. LEECH, Botree
Pianist, Jre TV
XO111 RENT -FitOtM OC'TOE.R I 'I'llsF B'.C
Sond and third tIer,- of N(, it G.rdier
streeti. Aptly to S(0'1T'T 1cM i;I'ikl.; 3 i ' .iraviiw
st reet. :55 't1l
1011R RENT--O PRte + sTON (M t N n(I TIlE
Sfirst of N;tlte..ler n"Nf TaLe ]lbo i IvHntw ,P
B[eer t aon No.11 ,antimnm c' "--i betwen St.
Charler Illd Carondoleht "trer ets. c,:, .el for
many years by Mr. Kro)t.
Also, store No. 13:4 aoutn1O Atret,. beia ir+. St.
Charles and Carondelt ±et'..et.
Apply to A. F. WEIDEl.
jyi 2m I'4 Ca ns T,
ISOLU,I'TION OF PARTN'Eut0FilF T'Hr
firm of Hlail ,t Siringeir w:an tissolvld by
the death on the third Instant of il. r i'.'terik
11all. The undereigned will c, montinue , oil
and oil eaklle tusines in hi own namel and for
hiia own acCOllllt. er a l tint all lthe liai ilit ns ,of
the old firm. nNRti E S'tllHNGtth,
Selli t 21 and 21 I.nin etr re .i
lBE FIRM OF!'.. 1iIlRNFT & ',0. 8I TFHIS
t dray dissolxved by mut'al 'cinseant. J. M1"
FRiANIKEN11U1tH has clontrol of its ,a S :Itland
is char-od with the hinilidation at.'i ain l 'mtlnttt
of itallthir. 1, n13. IiNET.
P'irt Gihact lt ies.
r, C. ENG(lEI .1t1,
I'0'i I ibsen lri',=
1. M. Fi4Alt.KRNIU ilti
Now (lt'rt1nn/ , i-.
Nw Orlean ~.Nowomb aner i s I.7
I EFERRIING( TO TiTE ABOVE TH'E TIN
le d .itgned hlog leave toi nfo'rni lltil frien!its
anld thlose of tho late trinrm f , 1 J1UtRNET ,F
CO. that he will hereafter conrtin, thi ,otton
fnetorntge and comnlmisioin lusinioii for hl"' own
a'onnOlt iaa uciOcessori to Ithl sa.n,, tnldr thii
style of ., It FRANI INP.L't-tq.
T EFEIRIIING TO TIlE FOREGOTIN. THWI
undoler'ltg nedl would it leaemk for it'ir fior.
mer iartlnrll and son''escr of the lit' firt-ni Ih,
continlond 1r'ar'om"er ,'l god will of their
',o'rt 0 hItnot, btiis.
c (. ENGLE' N0.
ret Int Ertt. 0 'son, Miis.
iiyOil SALE- TIE STEMi YAACIT L UI'.
i' as pho now lijs in Aigi,"rs ' tneniie the
Third Distric t Ferrv. TIhe tmlchintr' was in
spettod Anpril 27, i , a.d is it, itrfeci't ,'r-eor
For full ratiarielars "iniv to
WIL.ILAM I'REEVY. Agent
s55 t ai Car'uui tt'( rit"ent.
IOR.1 SAIIE-STEAM ENGINES AlNID BOIL
Serr. both nlow aind s.e, ond-hianld DUrtininf
Wheels. Pumnns. ate.. 4aw-MIidls. Cotton Triet,
C(rab \viWenhes. .Itekseroew. ra LIar, Flrnaea
Mouths. Wrought Iron Workts IBr',s anri Iroin
Clasting t' eioveryd iesrti iot. A iso. (irnoe nrd
hand Steam Fire Engine a' utoe stall I'i"npt
lor at CLAREtH FOUNIIRY
Corner Rane anu Tih"-:'i'itlss ttr.,
IODrUND--A I1NTING l)()U0 itETTEII.
i' whtoh the owner an havon provtlun propt
orty anll paying extenses tht ron.
sotil .I Miherl'a Exh.ange. 2223 l relir a .
DR. W. V. AUSTIN,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
Corner of Jackson and Maxazane streete,
(Upper City iHotel,)
Office hours, 7 to 9 a. m.. and , to 7 p. nm
No. [z4 oanali sriet,
Office hours, from 12 to 2 p. m,
Can he summoned bly American Distri't t:..ala
graph at any hour. jyi2 Grtf
MONEY TO LOAN
DIAMONDS. JEWELRY, WATCHES, SILVER8 -
WARE, PIANOS. LOOKING-GLAi3BBES
AND FURNITURE OF ALL
And all other personal property. Gas ,e itstols
etc. Also on Stocks. Bonds and other collat
orals, in large and small sums, at as low rates
of interest as any chartered nstitultion to this
city. PLEDGES KEPT ONE YEAR.
Hart's Loan Office,
48.............Baronne Street......... ....4$
(Opposite the N. O, Gas Co,)
MAURICE J. HART, Agen,.
N. B.-Parties not being able to call in person
will receive prompt attention by communica
ting with the above.
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
The business at No, 48 S. Charr'°s street,
known as "Hart's Broker's Offie." will be con
tinued as heretofore. iaO2,lZ1do
AMOS PATTEN & CO.,
COMMISSION MERICIIANTS AND
MANUFACTURERS' AG ENTE,
FANCY GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS
Sole proprietors of the
ANCHOR BRAND EXPORT LAGER BEER
33 TehOupitoutlas street, New Orleans,