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:-+ pBOP5I TOltB OtOBGO W. DUPRI, a. 5I. *St, JOUBI AUU$tLW, ALBa.T o. JANtN. .. tBIHEAMEY .......... .... Erroa, RAT4E8 O BUlIBItWIPT`ION. Te. Daily Demoorat. . . ......... . .... " * r·rab13 is ··vanes. The Weekly Dmaaorat. ibri . ll hl to sOB ora o the he ool _ $r+ ~ ,,.l ............................ . Payable in Advanoe. f cnrdt-Wesnt, /br Rnme and f. r sale 1 d p; jsente userteein t. he Demnnocsrt at Fj em (51) p..) ersre , saeh 4a 4o. SInnay. tebrawy 26. 1871. Se U.ies of the New erleanes DMu$ *4lAW.a atbeen he Remoed froeem 14 Camp *i" to 180 1Otrvler street. L·ace iINCw 'tnat IVENINOG Aksaae w' Musto-"Oolleen Bawn." Oat subsoribers will confer a favor .'. a tS by reporting at this office every i rat in the delivery to their address at the DzmooneAT, as we are particularly . trll OPu of achieving absolute exacti 4ud . a' nd gunrctniilty. THE NICHtluut,$ slVEHtNMEN1'. T'Xhe resolution introduced by Mr. S£tdid in the House of Representatives Systerday, and unanimously adopted by that body, was an opportune refleo SlOn of the honest sentiments and earn et determination of the people of Lou Ielana. No one familiar with the pres Seat condition of affairs in this State on itstains the least doubt that not one dollar of tribute will be contributed by N.` e taxpayers to the support of any '.a.st the Nicholls government, ani that say attempt to collect taxes by any der authority would not only prove 7i"1rtive but probably lead to most de plorable consequences. We take this Uiterance of the people's representa Aves as a bold and even defiant procla atiolen to the world that, so far as Lou ;lan a is concerned, the time for comn gJumises has passed; that we are esolved not to surrender one o or tittle of our just rights at the mtwand of any power on earth; that In to struggle to establish on a firm basis tb. government of our choice, we are willag to exhaust all of our resources e even peril our lives, and that no re ienatranee, no reasoning, no argu qt, not even that of superior force, wi.lllavail to deter us from our purpose. The President of the United States, 'ta is recent statement, of which he is Maid to have authorized the publication, we a number of reasons why the .ýmpthn government in South Caro ime, independently of the question of lt legality, must necessarily prevail ithe end over the pretensions Chamberlain and his few remain adherents. The President, by a of reasoning whloh we to comprehend, seemed to have the conclusion that the circum of what we may call the " Lou. ease" were entirely dissimilar those governing the political sit. lp South Carolina; but every eat leader of his remarks must once 'peroeived that what he -gari.:, irpe futility of further u tbbst pO a.samberlain to e his authority upon at Unt illing , applied literally to the absua~lt tgpe of Packard and hit motly ag. b masi axgdment used by General sad it ls one that addresses itself peeuliar force to the practical of Northern men, was that the of South Carolina would nob, Utt any circumstances, pay tribute for uDpport of Cham)erlain; that the Smilitary power of the United would not suffice to enforce the on of taxes for that purpose, and purchasers could be found for property which might be sold the hammer for aon-payment of Oan any resident of this State fully say that the oendition of mrs thus portrayed is not precisely which exists to-day in Louisiana? almost every parish of the State, no what its pastpo ltieal complex may have been, public meetings been held with a view of arrang A4 the absence of duly commis tax collectors, some mode of ng and paying over contribu for the support of the Nicholls ment. In the Republican parishes trddo, Bapides, Pointe Ooupee and 1iver, the pollie juries have ordered t all ef the parish and State taxe6 *paid ever to the officers commissieton 1 by Gem. 1.ioholls, and to them alone, nmost of the parishes of the State the jure and de facto Nicholls govern eat has been formally recognized. aet a single parish, so far as we have seard, has a meeting been held for the of pledging the payment of to Packard, nor have we heard of lI declaration, on the part of any ye, of a willingness to supoort individual by. the contribution of y. No meeting has been held ain h (seave an informal one in St. Iqdoraing the Packard "govern ,r promising It support of anBy *ery man of subtance in the man who base direct inter seoal and material weo sch being it actual condition of stairs In Loulissae (and we challenge proof of the inaccuracy of our state ments) what, in the name of truth and common sense does the President mean by saying tha" the oases of Louisiana and South Carolina are dissimilar? They are identical in every respect and the rightful governments of these States must stand or tall together. But we have no fear that our govern ment will fall. We are not so far for getful of the harshness, cruelty and Punic faith which has characterised the eonduot of the Republicaa party to wards Louisians as to impute to its leaders at Washington any sympathy for our sufferings or any sincere desire for reconciliation. Our reliance is a far surer one; it is a reliance upon the manhood and courage of a down-trod den but desperate people, who have "burnt their ships behind them," and who have both the will and the ability to vindicate and maintain their rights. The tenure by which Mr. ayes, itf he should be inaugurated, will hold the presidential office, will be none too secure, even under the most favorable circumstances. His administration will be a constant apology for the fraud whereby he ob tained his office, and he will need all the support, positive and negative, which skillful management can secure for him. The people of the United States are apparently quiescent and prepared to submit to the fraud about to be consummated at Washington, but a single spark might set the whole country in a blaze. Louisiana, if her legal government should be interfered with, is very apt to furnish that spark, and Mr. Hayes and his advisers are far too shrewd to pro voke a conflict wherein, with right and might combined against them, they would inevitably bite the dust. Under these circumstances we have no appre hen ion on the score of the ultimate recognition of the Nicholls government, andbfwait with perfect composure the settlement of the presidential imbroglio at Washington. The Washington correspondent of the Loulsville Courier-Journal says: It is generally believed in political circles that it is Governor Hayes' purpose either to rueg-. ixo both Nichol s and IImputon or to allow the people of Louleans end outti tatrolina to ad-i iust their atute governments for thelselves. What the people of Lotilsitna desire is that the President, whoever he may be, shall simply refrain from Interfer ence with their local affairs and leave them to adjust their State government for themselves. Three hours after the President shall announce such a policy there will be but one government in this State, and there will not be a life lost, nor a drop of blood shed. The government in existence will have the full and cordial support of the whole people, irrespective of pir ties, and will rigorously and efficiently enforee the laws in every neighborhood of the State. The people of Louisiana do not ask, nor do they desire, President Grant or Mr. Hayes, when he becomes President, to interpose the power of the Federal government to overthrow Packard or set up Nicholls. If the Nicholls gov ernment is not based on the will of the people and rooted in their hearts, it is unworthy to stand, and the army would simply be disgraced in any effort to force it upon the people. The Kew Delta, a Sunday literary pa per, under the miuagement of two of our oldest and best known journalists, Messrs. M. F. Bigney and E. O. Whar ton, appears on the etreetd tnis morn -ng. The Delta will be a strictly literary paper, intended to provide our citizens with inter;oý.ug reading matter, stories, local sketches and general news for Sunday reading. The present abd initial number contatna a s grat amount of read in." matter. There is a story by Mr. Blgney, "The Fatal Sabre, a real-life romance of New Orleans;" "Scenes from Jewish Life in Alsace," bly Mr. Wharton, and other sketches, etc~, that will prove exceedingly readable. The other day the Morehouse Clarokh came out with a notice: WANTlm -A girl to nurse. Apply at the Gam'ion The advertisement naturally created a good deal of inquiry, and the editor hbd to rise to a personal explanation, that it was not he who wanted to nurse a girl, but the local. The scandal has thus been set at rest. MARRIED: BOTHICK-TYItEE-On 2d February. 1877, in St. Paul's Church. by Rev. Dr. Waters, assisted by 1iev. Dr. Upton. Mr. T. W. Bothick, of this city, to Miss Olivia J. Tyree. daughter of Joseph Tyree, formerly of Natohez. Miss. No cards. * DIED: RO9T-On Biturdav, February 44. 171, rt a o'clock p. m.. at the aue of 74 years. Mrs. P. A. Bost bi,n 'dle Dettrehan. and widow of the Iat 4ulitge P. A. ioat. The fri ads and so lnalntanees of the Bost. Felix I arue. F. 0. Minor. ;lponse Milten. barger. Samuel Mo 'utoheon and D. D. Rogers tamnil ls a o respectfully reou'sted to attend her funieral. which w1ll take place from her late redldence, 49 Victory street This (Sunday) Evening, at £ o'clock r recisely. DON()V.\N-On the 15th Feb uanry, 1877. at the residence of Mr. H;trlow .. Pheolo. 4t. Lout.. Mo.. Louis Donovan, third son of C.l. A. D. Jonovani. formerly an et.teemeln citizn and merchant of this city, who was kill-d in the heroic charge of Polignac's Brigade at the battle of .aastleld, La. I DE AN-On 'aturday, 24th February. 1877. at 11:13 a. m.. of erylpNelas, lRobert IC. De an. a na tive of Philadelphia, and a resident of this city bor twelve roars. I e noti of the funeral will bh given. ?hiladelphia. New York and Liverpool papers please copy. 1 1' LLtON-Friday Evening at at . il. Joeph Mlason, $ native of Louirvilie, r.. aesd -uu , ew York. Mobile sad 1vanavtlie Da$ , . o !.. . ...;' ..,. . . . c _ J. EZVOtI s JAmsoON --Are now receiving fall lines of SPBING. FANCY AND STAPLE Dry Goods, in all the new fabrics and designs, with the largest assortment of WHITE GOOD8, EMBIRUIDERltTE, LACES. HANDKERCHIEFS, GLOVES. NECKTIES, SCARFS, COLLARS and CUFFS. And the largest assortment of ENGLISH. FRENCH and GERtMAN HOSIERY Ever offered in the city. J. LEY01S & JAMISON, fete Su&Tu 9dp 19a tlanai stre.. JUBILSt OPF 1111 HOLINJES, POPE PlUS THE NINTIH. PUBLICt LCTURE By the 1ev. Father NEITHART, and other German clergymen. The committee of ladies having in cha'ge the preparations for celebrating the Fiftieth Anni versary of the Episcopate of his Holibese, POPE PIUS THE NINTH, respectfully announce that addressees appropriate to the occasion will be delivered by the reverend clergymen atove re ferred to, at ST. ALPHONSUS h1ALT, O.r Mlmdla Evelag Next, the 20th lascait at 7 t- 9 Oleoiek. The reverend clergy of this city and vicinity. end the public generally, are respectfully il vited. Admission Free. In behalf of the Committee of Ladies. fot5 It Mrs. THObMAS LAYTON. BENEFICIALI THE PUBLIC. We. the undersigned Photographers in the United States, do state and will bear testlmony tlat PICTUItES made by LAMBERl ' PATt NC PROCEi SES WILT. Never Fade or (hange Their Colors IN THE LEAST. Also are otherwise in every respect more artli tic than those made by the old processes, which are bound to fade and become worthless. PARISN ....................New YVrk. W. I.alZ ..............New York. I BOA V* N LO 0...... ......Oinelnae 1. J. Y.... ..... ... . (.. u .e all. P. AUF1 KUIeT..........PhiladeIphia. ALLE~ & RO wELL...........Bostn. e. .,a NT'L, & 50............a hlol e. (,. W. MOTE...............Atlnnt, (n. R. KL. UHst ............. elsvile. RU. o *ON. President of the Photo gr,: hlo Association of the Uiitod Statcs of America.........ar FPra nlrese, a I. I) H. AnI e L°N .....Rlohmend, Va. . iiO. ULL TI..THAL. slam of Lelrinns. And others, too numerous to mention. TIIEO. LILIENTHAL, 91t.....C....... ANAL STREET ........... ,11 ie26 3ra WALSHE'S SHIIItTS. ALL STYLES AND PI'BCE'. The Fashionable WHITE, Each st 2r, 11 co It 75, and upwards. The Choice Pttdrna, COLOIbED, st1 c, $1 , SI so, and upwards. Everything else for Men and Boys equally low. CALL AND SEE. BII. T. WALSI, tea it 110 Cannl street. 1. C. Levi's Jewelry Auction. I. C. LPVT Auctioneer, ahtlnonces DJbther sale of Fine jewelry, Watches, Chains, etc.. for TU.S.AY, S.tlh INS'P., tt 11 o'¢eck a. ni., at loi o'anal street, and names iMIDAV, SIASOC 2, at, o'elbok a m., EBSPECIALLY FOR LADIES. when he will off':r a rich and varied assortment of Fine Jewelry. Diamonds, CJlocks and -tatuary. Silver and Plated WVar.. etc. Also a large and varled invoice of Fino LACES. just Imported. This sale is at the request of many ladies. 'who want a chance to buy bargalas, as well as the gentlemen. I. O. LEVI. Auctioneer. fe2S 27 o10 Canal street. Carpet and Oil Cloth Warehouse. ELKIN . O(O., ..............Canal street.............16s CARPETS of every description at Reduced Prises. P tTTNGs-Nw- styles in fancy colors. WINDOW 8H ND1S- New patterns. OIL CLOTHS-In fll widths. fe2s lm 3040 Reils New Sty e FANO Y MATTINGS, And now in stock a full and ~omplete assort ment of WHITE AND RED CHECK MATTINGS. In 4-4. 4 and e-4 widths, of fine, medium and low pred alities. For vale by VINCENT A CO., fe51t* bNos. 02 and 64 Customhouse street. PASSOVER. SinrP the Tsrareit sR h ,we left Egypt, a few th .usand years ago, no ruch complete stock of RHINE WINES. FRENCiI. HUNGARIAN AND CALI~FhNI WINE4, has been seen in any part of the world. The und-rsigned can assure his cu-tomes that if the israliites would have had H )LL.NDIit'W ZWWFTCHtN and lItCH-!tNASSEtt or his J A IAICA and iA 'vTA C' UZ UM~S, they wo .ld have reached the land of Canaan twenty years soener; and further, t can be safely asserted that it the grea tK 1Ia would have taken with him Hollander's Cshif'rnta FBU1TS and JEL lkN, the Manns whigh rained from heaven w e"1' hove "a sup rfluO~ -0dO~t~ I FIRE DEPARTMENT OF NEW ORLEANS. ORLER OF PFOMING: The Fire Department of New Orleans, with trese invited to assist la the celebration of the Fortieth Anniversaryr wll nssemble on lunday. March 4, 1377, in the following order: Volanteer Steam Engine Company Ne. 1 of Waehlngtoa Hook and Ladder Company No. 1 of Algiers. Brooklyn Steam Fire Company No 7 of Algiers. Morgan Fire Company No. a of Aigie s. Mllne burg,Fire Co~pany ho. 1 of kliaeburg. Lafayette Hook and Ladder Cemptani Ne. 1 of New Orleans. The above Companies will sonstitute the FIRST DIVISION, which will form on the north side Of Canal street, head resting on Chartres street, extending east, under the supervision of Assistant Engineer M. BAY. M)isisslppi Steam Fire Company No. 2. Vigilant team Fire Company No. a. Amertran Hook and Ladder Co apany No. 2. Columbia S earn Fire Company No. 6. J*uisiana Hose Steam En.gine Company. flechanieo' Steam Fire company Ne. e. Eagle Mteam Engine Company ho. 7. The above companies will constitute the SEC OND DIVISION, which will form on the North side of Canal street, head resting on Char tres street, extending west, under the super vision of Assistant Engineer P. H. FORD. Pihu nixSteam Fire Company No. a. Hope Hook and Ladder ConmpanR No. a. Creole Steam nogine Company *o. 9. Louisiana Steam EagAle Utompany No. 10. Irad Ferry StNam EnginoCompany No. 12. erseverenee Mnuter Engine Company No. 13. Philadelphia Steam Engine Company No. It. The ahbve companies will constitute the THIr.D I)IYI ION. whi'h will form on theo outh side of Canul a rent, head resting on Camp street, rxteuding east, under the supervision lo Ass stant Engineer JAMES IBOYCI. Jarkson Steam Engine (iomnpany No. I1. WVatllbngton Staortn EIngnetCoInpay p.,. o0. ]'Pel'lnn -ook an lddLldder C )mpany No. 4. (rl,'als St. am Engil i Con tuany No. 21. Ex "'min t doeloty of Jeffrson Ealgino Company No. 22. JqlTrsnon Steam Engine Company No. 22. n.ut ,t Soisty of htalmetto Eiginou mRoipany No 2.:. Chtalmnitte Steam EngrinComplany No. 23. Uresceut Steam Engine Company o., 21. The above companties will constitute the FOURTH DIVISION. which will form on tihe outh side of Caualetreet, head resting on Camp street, extndin;g west, under thie supurvision of Assistant Engineor IFRANK CAIRIIOLL. IOUVTE s The proceaF ian wll form in line at the posi tlion lidicnated at 11 a. m., precl-ery. The head of the procession will more down Chardres to Esplanade, to Levee, down Levee to Mandeville, up Mandovillo to Cnsawalvo, up. Casacalvo to Esplanade. across to loyal, up itoyal to Canal, to Campp, to Prytsnla, up Prytanlia to First, up First to Magazine, down Magazine to Julia, down Julia to St. Cbarles, down tt. Charles to Canal, where the procession will be dismissed. The chief Engineer end i saistants will be stationed at the Fountain, corer Camp and ('anal streets. As the coltnpanies arrive upon the ground they will prompatly ro; ort, through their Marshals, to the At.istan' Engineers, who will indicate their position. As soon as the As sistant inginoers have formed tllhir respective divisions they will report to the (Chief Engineer, whichl being done, the Chll and A si tants will r@port in a body to the Grand Marshal. The formation being complete, the Chief En gineer will direct twelve tats to be struck ron all the bells connected with the Fire+ Alarm Tele grap, as a signal that the proeessloa. has moved. 'IlTh Marshals and Foremen of the various companies are notifled to be punctnailv on the ground, as tile procession will positively move at 11 o'clock. Whenever a break occurs in the procession the Marshal of the romnalny at the point w' ere the break has taken place will at once commu nicate tho fact to the Marshal precedina him, who in like manner will pass on the intelli genco to the Grand llar'shal. As soon as tteo line is again eloped, the, fact will be at once dis patched in the same maLner to the head of the procession. The Aids to the Grand Marshal will report ti him promptly at 10 at. in.. at the Corner el Canal and 'J'houpltoctlns streets. In the event that the weather prevents the procession from taking place it will be Indi cated bylifteen tats on the Fire Alarm bells, re pcated three times. The procession will then stand postponed. Whenover the procession is halted nlonv the line of march, the companies are re ques'ed to avoid the railroad track as much as possible, so as nout to interrupt the running of the tare. Proograzmme. FIRST DIVIsION. 1, N, MURKS, Orand Marsha'. Aids. T. J. Chevalier, Trensurer. Joseph P. ornoer, x-Vice Prerslent. Ge",. , Braughn, FJo r x-Vice President. luG A Cafltt, Ex-VlJe President. Alfred llanger.Ex-x-hlef nngat.. t, Phi'. McCabe. lx-Chief Engineer. Henry Herltt, Volunteer o'. 1. C H. iin"t ,litnoherg No. 1. EI, . ,urke. Misissippi No. 2. SVigllant No. 3. 'Columbia 110.5. eo. L.Norten, Mechanics' No, 6. Julen Mlihel. Eale No, 7. Hugh Cain, Phionix No, s. James A. ]aokr.Y, Creo.e No. 9. VlncentJ. Wood.Louisiana No.10. Sam.uel Donald, lrad Ferry No. 12. SPerseveraUco No. 13, W. P. Klie.petor. Phladelphia No. 14. Jno. S Hodgins Jackson N.e. iS. A. A, Ilaitsmier. Washington No. 20o. Orleans No. 2t, Jno. IBlank. Exempt 8ociety No. 22. d01. Burs. JeffIrson No. 22, k- , kxempt Society No. 23. - Chlimetta No. 23. Thos. F. n'ullen treseott No. 21 Jos. A. Brown, Louisiana Hose. iP. it. Anglovich. Lafayette H. &t L No. 1. James Garry, American H. & 1,. '0o. 2. IHobert Wilson. Hope s'. & l. No. a. S. D. McNeil, Pelican H. d L., to. 4. -. Mil.eburg oe. 1. Volunteer Steam Fire Company No. 1, of New Orleans. 0Wasington Hook and Ladder Company No. 1. of Algiers. Brooklyn Steam Fire Company No. 2, of Al giers. Morgan Fire Company No. 3. of Algiers. Milnsbnrg Fire Company No. 1, of Milnebnrg. Lafayette Hook and LadderlCompany No. 1, of New Orleans. rECOND DIVIgION. Chief Engineer and Assistants. T1IO. O' ONNUR. cthief Engineer. M. RAY Senior Assistant Engineer. P H. FHID, Assi- tant Engineer. JAS. BOYCE, Assistant Engineer. FRANK CARROLL. Assis' ant Engineer. Missississippi Steam Angine Fire Company No. 2. Vigilant Steam Engine Fire Comoany No. 3. American Hook antd Ladder Company No. 2. .olumb!a Steam Enginee (iompany No. 5. Lo.tia a Ho-e bteam Engine t:ompatny. lechani s' Steam CEnine Compatny No. 6. Eagle ar team Engine tCo' pany No. 7. ThIRD DIVIsl*N. Phceilx Steam lngtine Company Ne. s. Hope Hook and L'md1'or ('omTpary No. 3. v Creolo steam Engine Company No.9 Loutisiana steam h ngine . ',mpalY No. 10. Irad Ferry Steam Engine Company No. >2. POCrsever-C eo steam I n.ia'i Com inny No. 13. Philadelphia Steam Engine Corapany No. 14. FOURTH DIVISION. f Jackson Steam Engine Compiany No. i. Washington "team Engine Company No. 20. Pelican Ho k ant Ladder Conpany No. 4. Orleans Steam Faigtne .,mpany In. 21. s Exempt 8oofety of Jeterson tagine Company No 22 j N°2rsont m HEngine Comt pany No.2. hi~mt 1stsm of Cialmette No. 2 .& `. NZAUS. -LZI .FO WATCHES, FOR WATCH, MAKING MAOr aZ _e' A OP WATCH MAKING, AND pOR GOLD AND SI B WATCH 0 AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCHt AGENCY, ' A. M., HILL, Jeweler, 88 St. Charles Street, Corner of Commerotal PI.e ItW ORLEz.Na. LA. REVISED AND lEDUO.ED Pt)LI The following watches are all paw; 51U Jeweled, same sai as the illustrMti o - under full guarente: Solid Uilver Wato,. same as eati...........«. e The same. but open face ansl *atiulal.M... Solid Nickel Watch, wry strount SM .... Bolid Silver Stem-Winder, no key ra .. The same, but open faes................ 8 oe. Sliver Stem-Winder.................,* Solid Gold Watch. o,. 14 karat eM........ Same. but is karat case.................. Bolid Gold 2i os. 14 karat, Stem*WtalW....» The same, but is karat onse...........,R ".. Ladies' Gold Watch........................ The same, but Stem-Wimler............. In aldltion to hese styles I hawe a assortment of Waltham Watches, trlomti prices to $300. For the plantation, farm or aworkfl5 s15 Watch or s3t Stem-Winder will pl .v is reauired. I will send Watches. Gold or Silvert Ca ,i any Article of Jewelry, by Express. (. O, mitting buyers to examine the astiel' paying, and, If not sulted, to return S. ADDRWEItiS u ABOV.L. Wateh Repairing by Skillful Workmen at Lowest Possible Prices. SOLID 14 KARAT GOLD CHAINS 81 2 PEI" PENNYWEIGKr.: nolt tiel Diseases of the Eye and far. DR. C. HEARD, OCULIS I' AND AUHIST, 14 Carntal Street, Lock Box 1817. New Orleans, La. fo10 ly i o Cotton Fr otors and Bookk epera. JUST PUBLISHED. NOTES TO NET CASH FOR ADVANOES, With a or lo per cent Interest, and 214 per cent Commission, from one day to 370 days, in book form. BY JAMfEJ B. ROSSER. These Tab'es are saocially adapted to saving labor of calculations. being reliable, and enn bling bookkeeoers aned others to aueurt.in al most immediately the amounts required. I'rlco $1 50. For sale by A. W. HYATT. Publisher. fe25 2pSt 3a Camp a rot. CARPET WAREBOUSE. 12..........CharLres street..........17 We offer at Reduced Prices our Large Stock of CARPETING of all kinds. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, of all widths and qual itios. MATTIIO, Table and Piano COVEP,. WINI)OW tHADF( C('rnloes RAnds, eto.. CURTAIN AND FURNITURE MATERIALS, of all kinds and qualltl e, ar. Alano. BURLAPS by thehale or fmen. feis 9p 8uTuTh A. 1BROUSHEAU & SON. GREEN OR BLACK TEA Worth 40·. we sell at cac. GREEN OR BLACK TEA Worth see,. we sell at 400 GREEN OR BLACK TEA Worth 6o0. we sel at toe. GREEN OR BLACK TEA Worth 750. w:) sell at Soe GREEN OR BLACK TEA Worth $1 we sell at 750. GREEN OR BLACK TEA Worth $1.40 we sell at $1. TRY OUR $1 00o e. TRY OUR $1 I.sllPEIAL. TRY OUR St GUNPOWDER. TRY OUR St ENOLISIH BREAKFAST. Something never before offered in the South Is Our $1.25 Grade in Oolong, Imperial. Gunpowder, Young Hyson and English Breakfast Teas. This Company Carries the Largest Stock of Teas In the South. We have the finest selection of Royal, Imperial. Gunpowder. Young Hyson. Uncolored Ja pan. Oolong, English Breakfast and Pekees. We have choice Teass from the East Indies. We guarantee our Teas to be perfectly pure. This Company deals In all grades of COFFEE. GREEN RIO loc.; parched or ground 250. All finer grades equally cheap. This Company has new on hand some very cholee OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA, very scarce. Our Goods are Sold at New York Prices. fe17 mm 2p REDUCTION IN PRICEl. Mme. ROSA REYNOIR, No. 9 Chartr.. Street. OFFER8 THE BALANCE OF HER FALL AND WINTER STOCK - or - ELEGANT PARISIAN BONNETS, HATS, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, Etc., AT GREATLY RECUCED PRICE. and regardle- a",f not to make room for a MAINIFI OENT STOCK ot SPE.ING MILLINERY, especrted ,,est month. Lexahs de iri to ecnre bar gains shoull nit faIl ino10 CALL EARLY at No. 9 Chartres. SoCS D em SuWd&Fr DB. JOHN 0. ANGELL, DENTAL SURGEON, His retarted and resm the .trmseedo hi. . .. . •l. i'ITJZEN8 ANID BTRANGEUR8I .)on't fatl to go lm ,nlatoly to the LOMIE UOYsTE~ B AY . SNOe. A and I t Ity Kml treet, For here you will II(tl the tear 'rled, lrollels. rallopedt. tewed sad Itovnted ,Eytlers, Ind tl- choicest dli ,wles"s the mar koets afford, at Itedul'.'d Prloes to arlt , a", r, I, The ACMlI sJ .J. ui,.ietl wi-h 'lM cel.'brnted ACM E H 1, 1K$1'. Freo Hot every day from 11 it. ut, to 1 p. n, Aome Orstrr Bay and ýlaloml. fea-lm tld Nos. 9 atid 11 Htoyal) sstz FOR MAL. AIIAND.OM PL.AcE ItF TWYo ACIt& s on the beautiful river Techo. otnprgiag - acres of exoel'ent, newly-f+- et d land, of S0 are admirably ladpte I to the onltivg sugar, cotton, or corn: the balance oo of a magnificent m-adow In whlih thereis a is iltuatod. Tho whole property will b. consisting of the lind above montioaod,,etU residence, kitchen, cabins, stable, vegetabl e fruit gardone. and alt necessary arpu This offers an excellent opportunity to ayF wishing to raise st. 'k, or to cultivate o sugar on a small seal,', theru b,,ins a ota and sugar mIll in the Ii.:gtborhood. pronerty has never been inunrldaedf dwelling-hones is (omf,,rtably furnisate will be sold with or without in tnturre For partiuilar4 a- hlres, A. E. .., Po Box 9J7 , New Orl.-nls. fet~.csI W W. OLARK. JWo, WA. lKO. P'resident. Vic Pre.okIe :' P. TYI Eli, RSI'retlry and t'recsrrrer.' AGENA Celebrated Fire sand Btilar Prrl The undersigned. Agent for these Safes, is prepared to ta e orders fo VAULTS, VAULT DOORB, BURGLAR OHEwT4. ETO., of any size or descrIption wanted, aSt turers' prices. The largest assortmenst of Satfe on htdilll exhibited in the Soath. Price Liste. O..ef Diagrams of Safes. Testimonials, e... fa.. free on application. A large supply of soo ad-hand safeesal `:.' on bhand at low figures. A. ROT, No. 27 Canal Mt%.ee jaS ipim New OrlesaM,<. --- - -:- W. W. WAShIIBURN, ARTIST PNOTOGRAPSlI, 113 Casal srtee.s Opposite Clay Statue. New Orleaoms,'.o.. Mr. WA HHBURN i himself an art. i twenty-five yeard experlnoce, and is an In each detartmoent b or of s who have no superiors In this ortheO He is the master of hs business, emkloyng the best a'l let he uses. - matre als and ma.,s the best work on tinent. on ma. cll thi HO bat for proof he ef.rs you to his thirty and patrons, and to his work, whieh ma5V spected at hisArt Galler. fa RECOGNIZED OFFICILLSI AND BY PUBLIC OPINION THAT R*3 ': Steinway, Knabe and Are the LEADINU PIANOS Of the World. Convince yourself by callinir 5a t ,he Agency at GRUNF WAL)D IHALL, Where you will find the Largest and Beag . lections of lI kinds of MIIJSICA L INWI8 RUMEIN AT LOWEc4T PRICE'. and EASIE; T T Bass Istrmets. 14 ritrs. A MaI e sDele, M-le, f rt ,i impertailsa, a~ WIOL~K*ALB AND RBETAIL. : It Is In your naterest b esal o me bm os l hglOag ls re.W W -.. LOUIS e' G&>etel 6&'+:rbUNE ,- w ý"