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! «.JL. * vo .......... <! 'r^irr , T™ ÏfÂ^QURNÀL Of THE UNITED STATES. ' IffICIAl JOURNAL Of THE CITY OF NEW^ORLEANS ^ ngwiMJI ». JAM'ABY 1. 1W. ~ THE DAILY EEPUBLIOAH SiSh.T ttloi tbr« •wnth.-p.y.bl. mT»r»W, ta advance. «wn* ! * wpi«i. W cent a. WUND A Y REPUBLICAN: ___ U P rr je«r, in advasc*. Àdvsrtîeearenta, ere the Weekly. __ • * 4 r i -, ■Cutes of Adrertleme s bqnare MontüH MontliJ Month Month*. *£.mthly Advertisement«», meerted every «U»*r <***• »c k 4 charged two-t bird* tb» sôove rat»«. •Second page monthly advertisements, e»ca square . f ' per raeutb. . , .. . nn slant advertisements, hawing the n in of the __er, first insertion, *1 80 per square; each subre u*nt insertion 7b cent» per Minore. 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If U 18 38 40 TO 23 at 33 88 IS 138 * « JO S S3 IB 100 It» 8 » 32 44 88 80 130 180 380 'I 8» 110 308 4J0 ' OIK PLATFORM. "Let our laws aud our institutions speak lot of white men, not of red men, not of " Mack.men, not of men of any complexion ; but like the lata of God—the Ten Command ment»' and the Lord's Prayer—let them •peak of the people. "—Horace Maynard. Ykrre Bolld Plunks for the RepaMlea* Platform. Eisuildinq of thi Lbykbs by National Aon. ABOLITION OP THB COT#ON TAX. 8UC AB 1.NTBBBBT8 OF TUB StATB TO BB PBO HCTKD A NO F08TBKED. "THlGOVBUNMBNt OF THB PlOPLB, BT THB People, and for thb Pboplb, shall not Pbribb from Tat Eabth." HO PAPES TO-MORROW la accordance with usage, and to enable the attachés of the Republican office to en joy the socfml customs of New Year's day, -AO work will be done in onr office to-day SAdjMTpkpeY tamed to morrow. Our next paper will appear on Friday morning] The Hue. J. M. Lhd«.io. *t luatltute To-Night. The Hon. J. M. Langston w.ll speak in At ball of tbe Mechanics' Institute at seven •'clock this evening. All who desire to bear oue of the most eloquent men in the this country will not iail to be present. The day. tbe anniversary of the proclama tion of emancipation, and the hall, tbe spot Wb» re loyal blood was sbed.in4efer«e of the principles ef that proclamation, will in spire tbe orator almost as from oo high. Tbe seat* within tbe bar will be reserved aud thoBe who, accompany them, ttet all who expect to find either titling *r standing room go early tor were ibe hall ,aa large as Lafayette square It would be tiled. _____ Tfe* New #rle«** jiepublleuu Is for waie in New Orleans by ibe follow lag dealers: 0. G. b. Holle, No. «1 Exchange Alley. A. Simon, No, 85 Bfcrpaue street a a is or to in Um l to to Kdward Baker, 8t Charled Depot, undar tfeo SL Châtie» Hotel. Marnes Boni»/ bookstore, Poatchartral» BaMlrOfid Depot, Third DisUlct. qä^g. Raymond, News Depot, Postages Portrait af Mr. SmltT .U-hera of the Trfbunt an tending » Altrate ateel-engrared portnait of Mr. Sraeley ta yearly tnbacribtrt to the Tribun«, «or particulars see adrertitetnent. ' BUIa of Exchange, pronùatorj notai bill* »< lading, drey rfceljiU, bank chtcKt, aad to kinds of commercial printing ucat% ext dtated at tho KWDiLictjr office JSo. 4T St. - OHTomcR.-^PoHtaiaster COllMBh y affine job printliig tube of 1807—1868o The year of pnr Lord eightfen hundred and sixty-eight. Who wn look ifito the future! Who caa aot with aho miad's eye look into the past! Eighteen hundred and sixty-seven is gone forever, and is a part of the experience of all living beings; a part of their minds, a part of tbeir hearts, a part of their souls, a part of the material framework ef their bodies, and part of the immortal essence of their spirits. Life, it has been said, consists ef the variety of ex periences, and character of the quality of them. We all know that we have ex perienced something during the year that is past ; we all knew the quantity and quality of that experience. We can with a little thought sam up the growth or decay of our bodies, and With a little thought tbe growth or decay ef aur minds. Halter and mind never rest. Growth and decay are universal laws, bnt cut ef growth and decay other and higher laws and prinei pies arise, other truths are evolved, other bodies and other souls are created. The life of nations like the life of indi viduals consists of the variety of their ex periences, and their characters of the quality of them. Like individuals they grow and decay and pass nway from the sight of men, but as they grow and as they decay other and higher and purer nttions are evolved, other and higher principle* become known as universal laws, other and higher ideals of government and humanity rise to urgo and to lead us to a higher destiny. The year that we now count among the past and that has added one more t® our lives and taken one away from our approach to the grave has not been uneventfnl. To us of the South it has bee« full fif peculiar experi ence, perhaps not as such as we could have wished, but still it has not been without value and not without hope. Many can not see much to be thankful for, and yet if they could come up to our standpoint we think they might see mare to cncaurge than discourage them. The bitter feelings engendered by the war are passing away. The fii es of hate are going out. The desire to lead truer nnd nobler lives is becoming manifest Men who never la bored, and could never be induced to labor before, with either mind or body, are be ginning to see that they must either work or starve. In this last simple fact there is much to encourage. Men at useful work with mind or body aro seldom bad men. Idleness engenders vice, vice crime, crime riots, civil oomaoUqns, wars, and desola tion. Men who do not inherit bnt them selves accumulate fortunes are the last to encourage or engage in war. What they have labored years to amass they are loth to see pass away in tho war and smoke of battle, even if the battle be fought to save nation's honor. The-Southern people who never worked before are beginning to work now, and in throwing down tho re volver, putting aside tho brandy bottle, and in taking hold of tho plow, mod taking op Um Lou, u* giving promise of abetter and more independent manhood in tho future then they ever ventured to claim In the past. A false aristocracy is passing away and a genuine one, based upon energy and purity of lib» and character, is takipgf its place. Men who have not yet gone to work still hpte, and so long is they will not work and continue to bate, just so l >ng those who Are ready and anxious to assist them will stand aloof. But tho men who went to wtfrk the moment they laid down their arms are the men who' hove tho léasuhaU) tö-day in their bosoms, and they are the men who are'now yrrging not only •terlul restoration, but the political reconstruction ol the states In which their lot is cast. Who bates General Longstroet to day because ho was the ablest end most obstinate general in the confederate service! There Is not a loyal family in tho whole country that will not be glad to receive him «s a guest. On the other hand wo have heard those who, » year ago, were tho moot mtfignant rebeäs aay they would bo glad to vote fc/'G-sffsl G*«** ^ „ pressions of opinion from differonUedtieos -of-the country there is muoh to encourage and make glad the hearts of nil. We hear the words "Bebel" and "Yankee" lesa, and the word "American" more. A national pride Is springing up. The gigantic enter prises of the day are enlarging the minds off the masses, and4n tbeir very ideal con ception are means of civilisation . *,Tho con tinent, spanned b** railroad fonr thousand to ▲ as by of by in a of a aile* long, creating tho Bodtv «ennhtina, and bringing Lhwantbin a tew week»' nil of and bringing ItabMnthm a taw weeks' nil of na 1 Htm rabeW can not^ hut admire, and in their admiration c*n not but rwpeel tho energy of tbe people whé conceived nnd buHt tneh a highway- ^ Greet idea, make great men—men nm great oeiytu thntr idegt are great. Grbat meu -make a gaaai nation ; a great nation in torn lifts up and makes all, «Ubta U greet. The Roman - Citizen felt greet and proud because the men who ruled Kdtae we» (ftti nnd proud, tnd tl» . men who rated Rome wer» grmt boctEBS <key had IbemiodaLo coiceive «ad tfiex grefttldess. I exactKb RUWWRW iadgniflcaitt will millioM contain be eou«rjf will is called are basis is dying onf. Men begin to take fi common sense view of tbe subject and say it if b«H«r to be In the Union than out of it. " We lost ail by going out ; we hfive grown no richer by staying out j let us see what wo can gain by getting in." The past year, therefore, full ef anxiety und distress as it may have been to many, has not been without its redeeming features. We have grown sober, and that is something gained ; we have grown wiser, and that is still more gained; we have grown forbearing and generous, and willing to bury the past upon the sole condition of a heartfelt sympathy and mutual respect for each other in tho future, aid that is all that we could reason ably desire to gain. Upon this foundation which wo have gained, let tbe work go for ward to restore the Union, consolidate the nation, and make the name of African citisen the noblest on the face of the earth. 8TATE NOMINATING OOHVENTIOJ. Tbe state nominating convention of tho Repnblicsn party of Louisiana held its second meetiag last evening in the senate chamber, Mechanics' Institute, for the pur pose of rewiring a report from the com mittee on credentials, Hon. S. B. Packard presiding. The committee finding themselves unable to make a complete report asked that fur ther time be given. It was agreed to grant them until to-morrow evening, when the convention will again assemble at 5 o'clock. No furthor business was transacted. ▲ TIBET TO TUE POUT OP SPAIN. I*l«Bd of Trinidad. Lost May, the writer visited the island of Trinidad, and had an ample opportunity of noting the progress of the negro race in the West Indies uuder the auspices of freedom, as well as the impetus given in the pro duetien of sugar as accelerated by the late war in the south of the United States. Tbe steamer in which I was a passenger drop ped anchor a few hundred yards from the city of Pert of Spain, encircled by a fleet of- some, fifty vessels of every class, from the noble steamers and majestic ships down to ordinary schooners, bailing from Liverpool,Glasgow, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and other ports, forming connection with all parts of tbe globe, loading with sugar and mo lasses, purchased below rates at which our Louisiana planters could exist. Our vessel was immediately surrounded by a fleet of large, comfortable and tidy skiffs, manned by negroes neatly drowsed, who exerted ev ery nerve, to indue® our passengers to em ploy them, to transport their baggage to tbe wharf, and after succeeding, showed »lie ut most alacrity in the performance of tbeir duties, marked by politeness and honesty in their charges. My fare, including trans portation of two trunks, amounted to one shilling. The same rush was made on land ing by the negro draymen to secure tbe hauling of our baggage, and in that depart ment I saw no laclref industry. Tbe city, immediately upon the bay, is situated or built in a »valley at ibe foot of a chain of mountains of grand appearance, and the principal business street is similar in ap pearance to our Canal street, with tbe ex ception that th® neutral ground is much wider, and covered with l&gu and magnifi cent trees. At a point cn this beau tiful street corresponding witn the position of the Clay statne is one of* tho most elegant of tho several fountains that adorn tho city, and a rapid walk amid boxes, and bales, and casks, with a glance at the imports and exports, astonished me with the commercial import ance of the island. A turn in the street brought me face tnface with 0 police officer, black as the ace of spades, dressed in uni form. This was a new feature to me, never having seen One betöre of that color. Being a Southern than, of liberal feelings and views, ahd knowing tall well that men of the South should take things an they are, add not as they were, and feel iog that, any information acquired for the benefit of the black race, would be an ad vantage to the whi es, I convened freely with intelligent negroes, as well as mer cantile men« as to the condition of the negro race in the islands, and ascoi tained a fact that will be particularly appre ciated by our intelligent blacks. The slaves formerly owned in tbe Weot India at itlBfui» have enjoyed their freedom tor a for laager period than tbowe with u». And Orev hare fearm*d in that interval the wIb tiVe BfiHitWfi or labor aad «aDital. A tact Ve mUifife M labor aad «apital. A foet. aient to Ivftry white man ft o»r ildet. T e capitalist way bo, and is greatly dependent upon tbe laborer, and the laborer equally dependent upon tho capitalist for hi» wages aad subsistence, rlenoe thefe in tere»u> are Uthaticul, and tlw nutbinff to dt-peml upon tare amlaikm. fei l» that lb* bus Ri-gto wbo has noth!a* U hi. labor and npuMiem. bia labor and reputation, fei l« that tbt buo c«b* of hit amplaprr it > pnaraatae far hit future welfare. And they all Work and pull together and produe« great résulté. pull together and produce groat résolu», ïhb bland (belonging to England) le gov erned by Lord Gorden; the lawn are just but stringent. Work ia trump, and any man, white or black, who will not work for biapielf, find becomes a vagrant, is made to work 'for the governuteüt aud the good of sowety. F. A. J, WRMAJfte 8U4VHÂOI. Woin-nn should hare thé tight ef luifmge in »free gorerbment becante no nobert ia »free gorernmeat becante no gowert meat can be taid te he ben where «1 are not reprateuted. It teaBKrted that hua band* fepreteat their .wife« and tether* their daughters. Admitted, (though it ia not always »,) »till there trn at leut half tho who hare n. t thedow of If woman »Oie« in k* lict-ntic nuchdenn Inteay -puiath is um , jrei» w «u* r. Mow the French P rt »te taaperlsi "Train up fi oUUd iff tb* way he should go," etc., is one of the n hâèet axioms tho world is familiar with, aid at firesent moment the Emperor Napoleon is evidently acting upon it with considerable activity. He has recently had constructed in the private garden of the Tnileriee a couple of Enii.iatnre fortifications, by tbe aid of whioh the young prince imperial is being instruct ed in tbe art of war. One ot these fortifica tions is regular in form; the other consists of a small fort or redoubt, thrown up at nn emergency, to ^defend either a passage, a bridge, or a 'camp. The ditch is furnished with a stockade to insure tho occupants of the fort against sui prise, and the outer ap proaches aro defended by a number of round pits placed close together. When the imperial family aro at the Tuileries the prince receives daily instruction in tbtVart of military engineering by tbe aid of these miniature works from the mouth of an officer of engineers attached to the em tbe F i peror's person, and at times even from the emperor himself. It is said, moreover, that, the boy takes tbe highest interest in these studies, which he pursues (sa / the French 1; theri ' , gro old he may depart from those "idées Naj papers) with passionate zeal; therefore, we have less reason to fear that wbeo he grows Napo léoniennes" in which he is so consistently bred. The bill of Thomas W. Knox, on hit return from his ronnd-tho-world voyage for the Uerald, was five thousand dollars in gold, which that journal promptly paid. As only ten of his letters were prioted, they cost the Herald five hundred dollars each in coin. That is not quite as expen sive as the captured correspondents—Rich ardson and Bro#ne—were to the Tribune. Their bill was some three thousand six hundred dollars apiece when they escaped from prison, and for the sum they wrote about three columns, which wag nearly twelve hundred dollars per column in cur rency. SWrather and Wedlock. —Punch defines the English summer as three fine day# and thunder storm. It also applies tbe characterisation to matrimony. Name and Famw.— The recent incidents in the islands of the Gulf of Mexico have called attention to them as suitable locnli tu h for Quaker settlements. MARRIEDi AUGUSTUS—iMOORE—On December ti, by Re». Henry Green, Mr. EDMUND AÜGU8TU8. of Hew Orleans, bn Mrs. HARRIET MoORff, ef umt TICK El'S FOR THE FAIR. Ticket « for tbe coming Fair may be pnrabasad at the following places: O E. HALL, Ht. Charles llotal. B. 8. MOR.-iE, City Hotel. A. W. MBRRIAM. Crescent Hall. E. A TYLER.'Jeweler, 1U Canal street. O.H. ZIMMERMANN. M «ndMOsaal street B. N. MOODY, o<-rner Oenel and ftejal stowet«. GEO ELLIS, opposite PoitofBee. L. GRÜNEWALD. 13» C«na street. M. 8COOLBR, Jewe|er, 6 Os nap street. 8. BIRR. Jd*eler, IN Canal street. K. DEL NoDAL. e nu ht. Charles aai Canal. FRANK VFAUNBR, 81 Camp street. Price ef AOsieelee. Por single Ticket*, admitting ene persan ........ *9e For cbildrwn ander 13 years ef age............... 25o For four her«# vehicle and one driver.... ... .f I 83 For two heree vehicle and one driver...........- 1 00 aggy aad ens driver........................1 00 For horse aad rider..... «. .. ................... IN jal6i2p debt hope Per X for who b ' the oar -* of Ten An m Mai) Mail Mail extra in NOTICE-NOTICE. MHUBKR9 AND SUBSCRIBE»» —OP THI— ■«ekasisr* and Agrtcaltar«! Vatr Ant. ho able Members nnd Subscriber* to th* Mechanic«'and Agricultural Fair A^-eoeiation may obtain tbeir Badge* of Admittance to the coming Pair by applying at the office of tho Secretary. 68 Camp street, no oordin* to rul# f governing th* Fair Grouada. 4*1 U jua STATUA KT AND PAINTINIJS. PARTIES BAVIKO STATUARY OR PAINTINGS rhich they deem worthy of Exhibition at the eem in? FAIR will reooive agu*raDtee onappUcauon to »he Seenitary, at Mo. RA Cany otraeb, »ha» the «urne wifi be e*)l-d for and rstnmad Safe Mournf by the SaperintecRhtts or tr.0R3ax.g1 , immadiarely af ar the oloee of «ko Fair. Joldk I at* kttTIi* BKFAVLTISfi TAX FAYBBM. UfiCm AwoBwrt On fifi ! 1 VTOTICB I» HKMEBY GIVEN TO ALL iv pe/wons in arrears to the sit/ «# New Or Isons for Tones, wl.other on real or y- rson-.l pro party, that th* retswre and sol» «f the pri.imriy tamd oarerding *0 tu# 0see * «ment rel's will aw»» Assistant Att»rn«y OFFICIAL. w*aavaeLri Woskiaguu» Deo- qtowv 21. 1M7. J r.f'.cr«C5 Sttt ÄShSfE pSTQ ^pA fc fasma qy year* a rapidem- of TU Bis o' frei, beswess toaek iae rnjteDsmn muimOsm uJ Itw* SHELIA. •P***» raut, Dfo BO - INFORMATION F0« EXHIBITORS -At tfa*— COWtJrri f/ÏATl F AIK. 0« the MOItZîJNG of tha 8d of January, IV». the heads of *»oh dep»rtm*at will b* at th* Fai? Ground* to reooire aad assign position* far alt article» that Ufa» b* presented for exhibition or ««•»petition at the oorninK Shat* Fair. Fartie* Wishing to take oat hexry aechiueryor stock from the oountry can do to on the morning of tbe »th iqstant.by spplflng to the Beorerery at S3 Oarnp etreeta _ deWtjaf EXT£8TA!S,tE!*j? AND SAtfi. The Ladies' Fewiag .Society of th« Firet Baptist CTburch will sell • variety of ««efal and ornamental article*, embracing (J hi Liren« CJ&thing, Toy», ete , F i MONDAY and TUESDAY KTi'jNlNG». 28.1 and th inst., <4 tbe Ohçroh, semer I&agei.ne andT Second stream, Relreehment tables will be «pgfead, and eyery deK ■ for Chrietmu. - ----- --- ----------- P*y nier. t*èf Oll debt resting oa th* Church property. The ladies hope for a liberal patron&ga. ' > Doors open At » o'clock Admission twenty-fivo sente, yisketeattbedoor. , _ fie21 BANKRUPT BLANK& ALL THB BLAKK FORM» IK BANKRUPTCY Now Heady, We have completed tbe printing of tfe« BANK RUPTCY BLANKS, seventy nine m number. In vading tbe bohedatat, and are ready to supply tbe demand in any desired quantity at tbe following PRICE*. Per hundred.................. ............. .$4 8 PORTRAIT OF MR. GRBELEY. Th# publishers ©f th» HEW YORK TRIBUNE having received many inquirisa from time to time for a good likes»«*» of the ditor, have made an or rangement with Wesi-rs. Derby A MBer re faro »h cn„ie« of Rituhif*'« engraving, from a photograph by Brady, which mil be «ent to snob subxcr bers re the Tribuna as wi*h it on the couditioua below. This is mach the best liken*»®* ef Mr. Grwelev tust ha» been •ngraved. Toe print eells forfi. H ach »sbscriber •rseley tust ha« been ■RKKHBipVBKpBRn. ' Koch itb*MM* who «end* us $1U for ibe Daily, $4 for the Serai Weekly ©r »3 fer tho vtee^ly lh-ibune, th* paper te rsentby mail, and who requents toe engraving at f ^ k " copy oarsfally • wil likswiee slab of ten or •twenty or mors Weeklies, at, F * the lim* «f subscribing, w If have _ _ mailed, post paid, th his address. _ On*. oar club raies, and asks tor the portS*? at tbe^^bme if"»*- Wadn not propo-e this as a piemium, ^ lemittmir. Wadn not pn>po-e this as a premium, \ to gratify tbs many frnmds of toe Tribune, wbo I s desire re poeaaae . good likeness <Mf lU founder TBRM8 OF THB TRIBUNE: 12 W • au IN ±B say son her# Ten copie«, «to one addrs-»» Tw«nt> oopio®. to -ns add!.............. extra copy will be reut for each club ef tea Fer soie by ail new.'ineo. SUa-WBKBLY TBIBCrMB. - Mai) subscribers, 1 copy. 1 year—1 4 numbers—$4 10 Mail sub cribera, 3 copies, 1 ye r—10* number-». 1 0» Mail buhscribera. 8 0<>pt*». or over, for each oopy.- 3 W Persona remitting for 10oopiee MO will receive an extra copy oil month . Persons remitting ibr 18 oopiee Mf will receive go "»WS 1 » «Md M eopiee aad the Daily Tribune. Th« HEW YORK DAILY TBTBUNB is pnh^ limit'd «^ery morn ng^nhdaye vxoeph*u)at §M per The TRIBUNE ALMA hilf er M88 will he ready Jannary, iifli Price iw«nty eeau; «even foe a Aller. r \ ork. or P^qloffioe orders, payable ns. cosh in advance. ___It«on New York, or the order of tho i nbone hemg safsg, able to any other mods ef menittanse. Addr--a "THE TRIE d«ik SiDAttW BULKS Uf BARXRUrTCl, ABorm n ns HO«. «. a SHRILL, j.»,. .rtk. sum m.m swri® cmh, Tevthw.lth.IW.Mlk.Utft.ii luw Jsdioiel OOwn of the Btew, ad th. Art of th. LegUitfwo diriilSi tho SUt. i.to Oeocrweootf OUtriaH. ta jua baa. publuhMt >t th, RhoohLWAS 0,0» ad r ready lor delivery. Uy3dej, , p«S « FOsrOFFICB NOTICE. Until further notoen the MAILS at Ibe Boar Or Mails tor seta clore daily a*»*, ml C oast mail for gil p^s^ree as far up tbs river a Bayou Sara sloe*« Mondays otS *. id. aad Friday« at* a. M. Vicksburg malte «tore at t ». M. »vary Tuesday end bâtard ay, via Urn river, aeppiying the Rad Riv Moils for Lower OesuK eiere at» A ML every Toon a and Friday. Mails for Covmgten Reseat8AM- every Meadag id Thursday Mails for Aigismelere daily at» a. ml 'Z.mZm £ Ä» ••*••• ?* sHB m» daily «t u m . Malte tee th* bofoorrh« narisbew will fitere en saies. Wödnsedof. ana F«ay MlAE Browne «ire* sa T~»m Th<ni4*f« m4 kuutf)» at sstu^pssA, 1 tu man Mi« Alt th. »«a !UM fat W tha ».« O tfM t . t at Jaqhtfa itfl u ai l. M w a *aM, at » r.K. . m frew »htfil »«■•.! »aittfBa«to wm, ant th. »..-tho»». rta fkfcw.j tts tea ttoou-usm. alt*. tfftfaatt».«. «riiyw .ill h. k.tf ««.. aoUi f ». «. Iwa-Oti« .»»eii a. ;.»««#«. atum ,W ». TAf.IÀPt- URO. bo.im.-t«. 1 oroea ROOSl»-« »MIO. " Oa 'y a te» more en 4 to iamtt* Cr hatte rtfe. ThePRBBfi« mtf-te teawawwiut y totf t^ teste te .. ______Ml SC LLLâ NI furnit ■ Mi.h.nuiyart Street.. 9W"« ef Pkwdtée. 91*0.000 Werth ef New al Cmi, AND FVORB TO IK9. •JmiMrior PObsvry The etosk ef goods is oil new and flnifeb, and grill M sold lew to eleee eut. BEDoTBADS. RDO Rosewood. Mahogany, Walnut* Bedstead* CHAIRS. mo dossn Spring Saat, Oase, Wood, md Split Bottom Chairs. WARDROBES. ■■ Rosewood, Mahogany, and Walmt Ward toben * BUREAUS. I BO Marble and Wood Top Bor sou* <f diOureal .. hinds and styles. , iect livery from iu*t A large lot of Oottage and Bedroom Sett. All kinds of Marti* and Wood Top WadivUa d*. Parlor Bsta of oil kinds, and every dmeription of urn i ture aonally kept in a first olass estiblinhment.. PurehssSvgean rely «Poe it that every arti le Wi me will be as good Ik rsprsrnntsd, and will he f ld Iot 7 a* the asms deseription san be bad in ssy ,a#r «tore in th» South. t - J. B. HURBAlD, Corner Rampart and Psrdidoutrset de34 Sm N.w Orleans. oA r ber," ofioo. S DAY, this fore Ua< Of at muai CJCUt. or » and BABBITT. ßlBRKTT A WIE MANN Wholesale and Retail lNn, q Dealer) hi AfABDWARB, STOVES, SHIP OliANl'LBHY PAINTS* AND OILS. Kartelle* Miantels, Grates, G loos, Round, äqnar*. and Hoop Iren, "* Copper, Tin. and Sheet Iron Ware. Noe. n» »nil *198 Levee »tree». Beer Borapuru Market, Fourth Dibtriot, no33 6m HEW ORLEANS. JW»KHIADI.\e, MULING, JOB PBINTIITC. r. J. KU HR ROLE, I*. M Cany »trees. New ttrlsau. All kinds of Books and Sheet Musi* bound in any style to entt the customer. Hons bnt thy most ski) workmen are employed. AH * satisfaction, and will *• d*ae as low as gny ether establishment in th* «'ty. Particular attsntien givea to all kinds of r uling._______ ap lO VT ly COMMISSION MERQHANT3 VTsFABLAV, STRAIGHT A GO.. COMMISSION MEIiClIANIS, O tins a .n to ing «be •HOARS. MOLASSES. COTTON. TOBAOOffi. -Feak. Baceu, Lard. Cbeeee, Butter, Flew, Hams, Condi so, Grain. Hay, Starch. Soap, Oils, at«, O, tf. aad AS Mew Levee Siieffi Between Perdras and Gravier, O ... Deming ' ORLEANS. * * Co.. Oincmaati. Ohio» JRA.RO M. MAYFAR^H^^H COMMISSION MERCHANT aim * I GENERAL COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE AGENT, ■a. 1 IB Common atmet, HEW ORLEANS. Solieite rensigamsntB of Cotton bad otter ( kind oI March ,u dt.» .»d W.A.kio« »»np boii.hi u Iwrwt r.iw for hi.t »»t.-rticlw. 9nEaS5K«.^M>Mtae«wi Bstato in the city. Fdrtias m thebaaarrr whointend dwpOM of Lauds and FiauUuo»*. will do w*U re be Ci either .or £A. JOHR W7. ..... li...i. M ...'l!MwwnalNM l ..re......1 GBNKHAK COMMISSION M^blUN PRUOUUK IaOTORS ASD DtAUUUI i*u iHfLuiern. aah Bowlt, Proof kkfH to* ag?B8y£ggy « -a — iAL Xtitl IL. -■ ■ 7'4Ui V>- xjawmtthti te»o. Ho. 187 Camp r''h5 Officia l/ motices, lOPOOALV^ 0 * NEFAIBS. satt I Custoiuiiobf» t «mem of the work to be perfoi nation, will be furnished o fht*o reject any or all bids is reserved I __ nu»t be indersed thus : J ' Proposal b ^ Uo.leotur o' •* ^ trWâU F«B LVMBEB. Othcx Uhi*f QtarxeuU; , Fifth Military Dirt few Orleans, Le . December a Hew Orleans, Le , December 38, II PROFOaALN AKK INVITED _ red at this Office until 1J Ml — - • furnishing * WOU kl LI NO 4 by 4, V 81,001)feet o»k LUMBkk, rough. ---------- iBh«-* , Lumber must baof best a„ a , r «„d will be iect to careful inspection bet n b * ing received, livery to be made in this city wit .in thirty (30 from date of | * - - - Sèêêéê thirty (30) I Tbe ability of tue bi der ofu^ivhj« , iu*t be proved to toe bat:bfactlon of th leptance ot prop- Wi PROPOSAL« FOR Orriox Chut Qca: birth Mi itary Dietr c New Orisons La. December '27,1 _ —"--------------------------- « -----------this di| The United States reeervs* the right te tej* r iR bids. „ 1 Proposals must be indonwd—" Proposa 1 * to ber," and addressed to the uud-rsign. d. , ofioo. CUAS n.TGHPklu BrvA Brig. Gen. nnd Chief Q lartermasti de3B i t__ Futh Military Dun WOO Ik. OinTPlM I itary Di«l ---------------Member 2., S EALED PKOruS LS ARE LNV11RD will be received at this office DAY, tbs 8d • * this city of— fore being seosprêd Ua< d Wood of the beet qua ity. The who!# to be delivered on or before the Of May, 1*«, at such placés, in such quanti! at -uch time« os may be designated by tl Quartermaster. The abii ty of the bidder to falfill liis agi muai be proved to the e»tisf&c iosr of this CJCUt. . > The United Statae reserves the right to or Mds. ^ » reposals wi 1 be indorsed " Proposals Jpr Wl and 4ddressed re th* uadbraignsd at thi.-» office. OHARLIi- H. T UFK NB. must bs good merchant* before the Jei PIOPOSALt F«»M TBAYSPORl Till, Om« 0» AgBlITAKT QtfAUTVRVASTKB U. 8. 4 CB» LEO PROPOSAL". LN TR FLIUATB 1 O be rsosiveq ac thm ■ See until 1* •i-.TUKhDi tins 14ih day o* J n ary. INK or furnishing l a 'f'*P««tation between Mold'« Kona Gain««] uMlf tnd -uoh oth**r points a* the »r's Department may require. ____I regular servie» »squired will be from tul tbiee trip« per week to the Porta, and other p .n the Bay an t H rb -rot Mobile. m tuting a day. Contractor to furnish transportation when oaj.rd upon by the 4^ lartermaarer'a Lm- parlaient, to ®iVe Bonds Contract to eononm-nce January 1& 1889. Propoeslsto be in dene* * *pn»«orein for Transpoi tation," and <idr«ere'f to tbe und#rs*a By order Brevet Brig Gt»u. JK H txion. Chief £ bsruioster Th.rd Mil tarv Uuinc . UlfAHLabL KKVNOLDBLSj - i. »4 id., Ü. tf. i Lt cet» *<(» RU •*"'*» L PRSPDUM fit »TAI luMKKjP. Orricrn CHUtv Q S New Oi Iwus.'l ... I AL'D PRO I CM A Lb ARK vMI he received at th soffioe r, iRr 4th of January, ____ ___ ing the Qua. *erm as tor's i>apartment at No ,or 0B«y«»T.at ill« d«or© \ «be Chief Qumeruiaeter, wire tbe foil O B E Vh.I»OPS. • ana It inch, white, par w*, * *4* *»>^'. , pw d 4Swi ^»HMiNE j.vK. (Dar id , *-d Penin'A , ... Guyol*s>. ee> <i«*-u. . < WifikAW Wtdf' - H ' ' BL«»TTlNGt'AJ J l Biali bottle« per dosen. *■ " r quire. * «iOXrU sualibot--- t'Ai'KR, heart p „ !■ rul'd, per .«am. . GALOAF FAPkR. ruled, p«*rwaa. MHlxL* Rn * <* , ' <k ^r'* • P* r f r »«. sad eaamvd brand».*, wro-a; Gui'L, (Ooh«n «4 1-0; Quill M ; 'ohSHhJ. p < r Kcoeo, » » ieslmg Wax per pgb 1 -— -- —, P» r gr »a«? Lftter te Books,ea-h; Rubber Erf <Co*ten'«l p«r gross. ^ » OFFICE TAPE, par gross Healing Wax, per p< Mobbsr -and-, ausor «d. p.*r gr.na: L-ttcr ttf»Books, (Ma»«), oas.il} Rul nSpiUMm will kie snhiect to o______ tii-e. Indmuht he of »hah s'qus ity, and me* dsliVsrsd Tn mch quantities es 'ma be req] front time to tinueby t *» Dvpot tgusrtarmsster.. Sample* o the quality of th a^i.».le rsquirn|mu be seen at this ortioo from » A. Each bidder will bs requ r* d 1 and every article prugored to b« furni 9 biiid. r will bs requ tnd every article pro Tbe jhiR^eMhe bidder to. fulfill »nüa a Th. UtfUd But,, nnrw Ih.Viftht w rajwA m 'aopïMtf. mad» b. indcr,. i -Proppc.b for Rhk m a:" 4 * dJj *'" 4 '"oH»v u r,"T r o'«rR.?o * "as J tWh*** LEGAL NOTICES. WH1TIBITA1— yiVTRICT OOVI D1BTRIUT OF LOUISIANA. mptey—Ro. is. Ci m mattbr^jT ] HRRXAfi »r'shafi Orleans Ba-kVbui oatl* 3F% fi SK have, wiiy tt* i°iSÂÎ urn UehatpUe* n *» «TXT» dis rsicrvfiwuuF DIBTRICT OF LOUISIANA. H TUB MATTER OF ALFRED A. F^HLTl* 8 ALFRED A. FU«E' IBR. 0 fi iMsassand dGiirio« afore«« Iprupt abdur Um act of Coa .-.tl ,. LBBT. 1 .. ti l. Bay ttt. d m Mi.t ter • <n.-it»rrM*tid , .rtitr.-.. th. UebCe sad «Aber eis provable 1 rsfors *iv»>n 4o *11 creditors wbo te orma xneir debt«, sud to Hot -er persons in ■ est, ibsitfc. ibih day ef .1 -unary. 1888 at 1L ., is sssiKB«# for the hreiin* pf Uie same. I at Uiey may then sad ihre« stt-nd oud al A*« »I Any they have, « by tbe prayer of the a [JU pr^er of the * \ _ r«k|r. A* Deputy Olsri trxi'rtn »tat»« auTu^ir tsi. U18TB1CT Ok LOlflhUNA \ Xfi Jhakreyfir-Ma €.■ T«f £rrw*~~ör m. ». m «V axTT nu^o r B. f. L»W •At 4£.PÂCfi^Rr'4^£%Î4*ïiKf Ju ««Ilia* a ICT or iwuuu w