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- IkO3INt tvernor Wilts IOp So . .n U e te to House bluf i0. 14i s e,., of tax iolltor1, appointed a committee on con " tht the Mouse had coneurred In bll No. to authorihe the no r aoaept and approve the bonds o .the House had passed Rouse , delning who are wholesale sd merchants and relieving re m the payment of a wholesale e e tax, and relieving all persons psytyent of license taxes as rte or druggists, and provid t no one but licensed druggists tles shall keep for sale or named or spelied poisons. that the House had paselouse nsubstitute for Senate bill 79, to it public education in the State, repsallng saotions 1917 to 1197 I, or the Revised Statutes, and act 0 of 1870, eto. Sthat the House had passed House 114 and 2s6. 0Maste joined the House to ballot for , Senator, and returned at 12l:3 M. Texada offered the following oon aont resolution: W , the Inaugural address of the present Executive of the nation indi -t0 a fixed determination to restore harmony to the people of the Seouth by establishlng a polio of pacification for -son of coerolon, and by recognaizing the right of said people of the South to local eef-government, free from Federal in teirfrence; therefore be It Resolved, That we accept this declara on of the National Executive of non intervention in the affairs of the States as a aSppy augury for the future, as ade -good faith and the true spirit of ltheonstitution, and that this Gen al Assembly will earnestly co0-oerate wiltPresident Hayes in every efort to confidence and fraternal rela among the whole people of this a mountry, and to this end it pledges De power and influence at its cem. to secure th. great object for elovernments were instituted, TW guarantee protection t lifer rt a piroperty to every human wlthin its boreors. esol tion was adopted T reported enroll Senate i ~Ot-the frst to re setion the Revised Statutes the other to the manner of lradwng uries, Xi)atner, for the Commlttee on jad Levees, reported on the bill to as the employment of con Swork en th levees, fvorably. Itohell gave notice that he would ea a bill to protect game. over introduced an oact to au , funding the debt of the town of atheie. Bead and referred. r Breaux, without notice, Intro sot to amend the set to create si levee distriot within certain and to change the boundaries of triot, eto. Referred. . ite, by resunet, introduced an slnorr rate the Baratarlsa anal A svgation Company. Referred. Thair appointed Meoursrs. Tezada, and White a eommittee to confer the House committee on House bill. No. 193 above noticed. este bill No. 61 to reduce mileage Ia r diem, was postponed. Oeate bill No. 08, to regulate the f ermr for prescription of taxes and liens b whloh the tame are secured, was re mitted on motion of Mr. Goode. e contestation of Falls vs. Starmps, * seat in the Senate, came up on the of the Committee on Elections in of the contestant. X;. Zacharle addressed the Senate at t in support of the report. In the course of his remarks, Mr. De. Inns asked If Mr. Zacharie was not a maember of the Board of Canvassers, and it the Board had not returned Mr. tr. Zacharie replied in the affirm Mr. Denmas-Was it not the duty oi board to take notice of fraud, and "i it not take notice of any question ae to fraud ? M. Eacharie No sir; our duty was tInatrlal, and we counted the vote V dpr protest. r. Zcharie argued that the duty of the Senate was to Judicially determine Y- to the legal rights between the parties s to which of them had received the rity of the legal votes of the people 50 S enator. It will be remembered that aY-y of the Republican ballots con the names of the Republican dates. Demas and Stamps, with Spetfying as to whether for the or long term. argued that the report of tee would place him (De lm the same category with Mr. S They both received about the mPn number of votes and by the same White said if teohnicalities had in the control of political as, the condition of the country ery diferent; but he was op Sestablishing any precedent aghinst his party or not which ed to seating minority andidates, l in the principle of going on of the people as voters, d ent of any mere technical is ttU as were involved in thiscase. N. White's remarks were an elo expression of his views in behalf ty in such matters, and lndi severe denunciation of recent actions on a higher scale. ' aI e wes indefinitely postponed. ate bill No. 111 substitute for Sen No. 109, to facilitate the oollce taxes throughout the State, its second reading. It relates to tang parties who advanoe or pay tesof delinquents to the rights or es of tSe State. The bill was finally on motion of Mr. Grover. Steven, for Committee on Con . reported certain amendments t te police bill-House bill 71. The ameandlents propose to leave the police abre and fire and police telegraph to ~tesatrol of the city entirely, subject toe direction of the Mayor and tour olmtasoners and the Administrator of Pope-the commissioners to be ap letd by the Mayor and Council. The wlowalee for the expenses of the police, ARd iLg fire alarm and police tele to be limited to $325,000 instead O W 0 per annum. inthe chair. 10b, to exempt the property Sbe Assooition from taxa Mto. & ally paslsd. led u hi resolution for oemmalode to retv and digeat h jot th to determine wtsi q . n waI sla Moulmd, and at 8 p. m, ae-Smb wont in exeoutive Imseion, whigrta0et but a .ort while. Mr. rover ofred a res0lution pro vidlng foer commnilion to be named by the Governor to frame a eode of oriminal laws for the State, Lies over under the rules. Senate bill 98, to require the lessees of the Penitentiary to employ convicts to work upon the levees, wMs called up but not acted on, as it comes up regu Sarly to-day. On motion, the Senate adjourned till 12 m. Tuesday. the mense. The House asembled at the usual hour. Speaker Bush in the chair, and a quorum present. Sr. Bartain of Carroll parish called up Senate bll'No. 71, ineorporating the town of Milliken's Bend, Carroll parish. Be ferred. Mr. MoGehee, of West Feliolana, In troduced a concurrent resolution, di reoting the Committee on Ways and Means of the Benate, and the Judi ciary 6ommittee, of the House, to re port a bill to provide far the loss of tax assessment rolls. Adopted. REPORTS. By Mr. Dell, of Orleans, chairman of the ommittee on Ways and Means, a bill to compel assessors to assess all property not used for religious or char. Itable purposes; imposing a license of $85 upon retail grocers who sell liquors by the glass, and a license of 200 on all private bankers. By Mr. Bowden of Franklin, chair. man of the Committee on Ways and Means, favorably on House bill No. 221, to amend and re-enact section 3369 of the Revised Statutes. Senate bill, requiring all incorporate cities and towns exempted from parish taxation to pay the expenses of crim inal proceedings which occur within said cities and towns, and authorizing the levy of a tax to pay such expenses. The bill was eonourred in with a slight amendment. Senate bill No. 70, substitute for a House bill relative tol the cataLbsh ment of a small-pox ho pital in New Orleans, was takenlup and cenourred in finally. Senate bill No. 77, changing the eastern boundary of the parish of Pointe Coupee was then taken up and laid on the table, Mr. Ryland of West Felioiana, by consent introduced a bill to ncoorpor ate the ,Br taria Ship Canal Company. The Senate and House now met in joint sea.on and proceeded to ballot for a United States Senator, with the tnllnminw runt*llf i Sek te. Boue. Total, B. . Jons ... ..2 21 28 1I. L. +ibso .............. 14 14 1f .D. Ol den ............ .17 14 81 P. J. Kausey ............ 8 18 19 W. B. gas ............... 1 1 No choice, and the Senate withdrew. The name of Senator W. A. Robert son had been previously withdrawn by Senator Grover, and that of the Hon. John Young by Mr. Sartain. Senator Robertson nominated Senator Ogden and Mr. Sartain nominated Mr. Ken nedy. The House having resumed its sep arate session, the 3arataria Ship OCanal bill was taken Up again and referred to the Committee on Corporations. Senate bill No. 99 amending and re enacting sections 2702 and 2234 of the Revised Statutes, relative to branch pilots. Reported upon with amend ments. Mr. Lyons, of East Feliciana, Chair man of the dommittee on Corporations, reported by substitute on House bill to extend the corporate limits of the town of St. Martinville, in the parish of St. Martin. The bill was then taken up and passed finally, and a motion to re consider was laid on the table. Mr. Leeds in the chair. House bill No. 209 to repeal act No. 103 of 1876, uniting the Louisiana State University and the Mechanics' and Agricultural College of Louisiana. A substitute, presented as a minority report, offered by Mr. Ryland, of West Fellolana,was taken up. The sub stitute proposes to establish a separate Mechanical and Agricultural College. Mr. Lyons proposed to postpone the substitute to the bill indefinitely--one of his reasons being that tho grant made by the United States Government, giv ing 80,000 sores of land to each State for the establishment of Agricultural Colleges, had elapsed and that the sec tion proposing to revive the extinct law creating the college was unconstitu tional; that the State was in no condi tion to go to the expense of building an Agricultural College. It will take at least $150 000 to $910,000 to de so. He objected also to the clause giving the commission the power to expropriate any lands for the site of the college. Mr. Berry, of Orleans, and Mr. Ry land, of" West Feliolana, eaoh spoke at len th in favor of the substitute. Mr. Bridger, of Caldwell, was also opposed to the present law, which uni ted the two institutions, beomuse, as had already been said by Mr. Ryland. the Louisiana State University was bank Mr . Oarloss, of Webster, wanted the substitute postponed; the present law was more economical. Mr. Kidd, of Jackson spoke at length. The grant of the United States provided that the lands should not be sold for the erection of buildings for the Agri cultural College. Where was the money to come from to erect them ? The im poverished condition of the State pre oluded any idea of providing for the needed money. Pending the debate the special order for half-past 2 o'clock, which had been postponed twice, was called and or dered. Pending consideration of House bill No, 209, message was received from the Senate announcing the passage of a concurrent resolution approving of the Southern policy expressed by President Hayes in his inaugural address. The election bill was now taken up as the special order of the day. Speaker Bush in the chair. The bill was passed finally, and a mo tion to reconsider laid on the table. Mr. Washburne. of Morehouse, called up House bill No. 106, relating to sec tions 815 and 816 of the Revised Statutes. Referred. Mr. Jonas, of Orleans Chairman of the Conference Committee on the part of the House on the city police bill, made a spec reial The report of th - rence com- ; mittee was the eet that they had thsad t hem tab s. Mot 9 ,r r r one, two, the and four ears, tereefter v.anotes to be filled yearlyy appointment of the Mayor with te approval of the The only other material difference in the report from the Senate amendment was the fixing of the utmost cost of the polieo department annually at $398,000. The House's original figure was *$0Q,o0o, and that of the Benate-$d0,000. The report was adopt4 and the bill pasied finally as amended. Mr. Kidd, of Jackson, called up Sen ate joint resolution, approving of the Southern policy of President Hayes, the text of which will be found in our re port of the Senate proceedings. seMr. Kidd took the floor, and spoke as follows : Mr. Speaker--As a man regarded in my own seootin as a Bourbon, or an ex treme Democrat; as a man who voted for Samuel J. Tilden at St. Louis-and at the ballqt-box; as a man who shares in the general disappointment of Southern men at the failure of Mr. Tilden to ob. tain the position to which the voice of the people called him, I heartily en dorse and approve this concurrent reso lution. While Mr. Hayes has not been truly elected by the people, he has been elect ed by the operatfon of law enacted by the people's Representatives, and his title to the high position he occupies has been conferred by the highest leg islative authority in the land. The ad mirable position assumed by him to wards the people of the South I believe to be sincere, nor do I believe that it is the result of any doubt enter tained by him as to the legality or equity of his promotion. This position somewhat foreshadowed in his letter of acceptance, I believe to be the result of honest conviction, and I only pray that he may have the nerve, the courage and the manhood to enforce his conviction. Ills present position is the sunshine that gilds over murky clouds and I trust the rainbow in the heavens that tells us that no deluge of corruption shall ever visit our shores again. Mr. Sartain, the colored member from Carroll, now took the floor to say that as a Republloan and acquiescing in the doctrines of the Conservative party of Louisiana, it did him great pleasure to see the courtesy and spirit of harmony and conciliation with whioh this con current resolution was reelved by the members of this House and the promise whioh itnave that Louisiana must flour ish; that it told that the bitter differences between the two parties were at an end. He took pocasion also to refer to the courtesy With which he had been treat ed on this floor, and that when the aso tion of this House is put before the peo ple of the North it would have the effect of securing peace and prosperity for Louisiana. The resolution was adopted viva vooe. The House then adjourned at 5 o'clock p. m. aecruitiag Sor its nlarens. Edham Pasha the present Grand Viz ier was formerly Turkish ambassador in Berlin. In the Kaiserstadt he made the acquaintanne of a very pretty girl the daughter of a baker, at the house of a well known and highly respected Ber lin merohant. The girl made a great impression upon the Pasha. He ad. mired her for her beauty, "but not for that alone." Her skill as a pianist so charmed the ambassador that he in formally proposed to her and took a very loving leave of the young woman when he astrted for the conference. He is said even to have told her that he would not return to Berlin, asking her at the same time whether she would be inclined to come to Constantinople and be the ornament of his harem. The pretty madchen smilingly assented to the proposition and about a fortnialght ago she received Edham Pasha's tender invitation to follow him to Constanti nople. Inclosed in this letter were a Turkish passport and a considerable sum of money for the girl's traveling expenses. Her parents and relatives attempted to dissuade her from going, but she left her parental roof and has joined her lord and master at Constan tinople. --- -e-..l4 .- --- - Important to sugar planters. See Trousard's advertisement. ......,.@41b- --- OFFICIAL. LAWS OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. REOULAR SFeICeN OF 1I77. No. 48.1 AN ACT To exolude certain lands from the drainage limits so heretofore establihed; to cancel liens and judgments for drainage of said lands, and to repeal certain laws relative to drainage of the parishes of Orleans and Jefferson. Whereas, the several laws, heretofore enacted for the drainage of certain portions of the parishes of Orleans and Jefferson, have failed in their purposes and a certain portion of the lands therein situated have not and will not be dr.lined; therefore SacrTio 1. Be it enacted by the &nate and House of Iepresenlatives of the Atate of Louisiana in General Assembly convened, That ail laws or parts of laws providtug for the drainage of lands in the parishes of Orleans and Jefferson, so far as they provide for the drainage of lands north of the following line, commeaninl at the interseo tieo of the Metairle Ridge, wifh the upper pro Leotlon levee, along said ridge to the New Orleans Oanal. to the Metairie Road, thence along the Metairie Road to Bayou St. John, theses along Bayou St. John to Marigny avenue, thence along Marigny avenue to Bay, s Sauvage, thence along Bayou Sauvage to People's avenue, thence along People's avenue to Lafayette avenue, thence along Lafayette avenae to the river Mississippi. a .. S. Be it further enacted, etc., That all judgments for drainage of said lands, Judgments creating liens and for assessments for drainage of saidlands, and all legal proceedings pending therefor, be and they are hereby cancelled pro vided that the benefits of this act shall not be in- I voked in favor of any land until the State and city taxes due thereon are paid ; providedfurther that all lands situated within the above described lines and excluded by this aot from the drainage limits established under previous laws, and upon which drainage taxes or asseesments have al ready been paid shall hereafter be exempt from all future drainage assessments. Sc. 8. Be it further enacted, etc., That all laws or parts of acts in conflict with or incon sistent with the provis.ns of this act be and the same are hereby repealed. (Signed, LOUIS BUSH, Speaker of the House of Representatives. (Signed) LOUIS A. WILTZ Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate. OrrIeg or THs SeBcrrTAY or STATE, State of Louisiana. Received in the oece of the Secretaty of Stat, at New Orleans this twelfth day of March, eighteen hundre& and seventy-seven, the fore going bill, having been presented to his Excel lenoy, the Govea nor of thls State,for his approval and signature, and not having been returned y him to the Bouse of eprntatives, n whih bod it originated, with ) i e tum e or his'b jotoio s theret o, witos a the Va p e i jsatbedly hpop ib*lawetthsa aPitelalC o 4ik botvAL "ia ST Ajw1( fTPm Ev3mr3iAI nR,"Agrnt 64 Ibaiger, nrn a d 1r u.,e and asssre mee. 101 amd 100 tlarosembeae srsess, Between loral ahd Bfourbon. New Orlens, leady fitte sshqo1 sup-stuirs gantly ur amsoton ,s sif toarn d7 toe ray. eek or moA ntb Prin t hto es. o olrq sande Wd i a e l t ae an hoise, on r na srmen aPnrpanish shDoken. casrms omrer.tet. mh11 isa Dr ZAMrf DONOVAN, of the perish of Bt LraAri, died on the inh of eb mar, t1. leavipa an estate. I any of his relatves should sea this notioe they cn obtin frthes ftormation byr rf®ereg e B,tGli .o Io ewOrlean. or1. B. kk ) , D)peiou., TO PROt&EIrCI OWlqNEIli AD AGENTh. A buelness house of bona standing, with a large capital, want to leease a first-lass store house on Canal .trert. Persons having this claws of proverty to let will please address A Z.. care of Picayune office, givin location of premises and their usiness. addresM mhs tf Niholls Police Oertfloates Purchased by A. Le MORE, »ha n Tettr ). GTallftr Court. DENTISTRY. J. R. WALKEtO D1. . D ., No. 180 Delerd Clreet, Latest Improvetnrnts and best styles ef both hperative and Moehaanlinl Dentistry at most odrrrate T Prl on. aem h tf iDR. F. FORMENTO, Has returned to the eity and resumed the prae tie of his professlon. Ofelee and Residonce-No. o roysal street. Consultation Hours from 12 m. to , tm. SPEOIAL NOTIoEI. New Orleans. s.arela , 177.-Noetlee Is kereb lyc. that the interest of Mr, F. It. TL 8 aIn our firm ceases from this date, we uavigt purOhased t same. , ICOlMiiabii NOTIOII. Smeeession of Iobert Uuywre. SL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AOAINST e o uoesslion o the Iat OB T U UOHE will present thm, d those lndebtd ot~e #etate will pleuLe 2 make a met to the an ors ned. WO.Dkr0wE, Toe tentary Exeoutor. ibh1l st 81 Cstmhouse street. .. . .. . . ..... ... . . . .... . . . . . ... . _ ._ ..- . '. '~ i- ANTED-A AOCTIVE PARTNER, WITH t mhlS t&Matt r " ANTED - SBECND-HA1ND CARRIAGEI, W and B]Igs. lean one having such, apd D. wishing to d spome of thie n, .* fdr y I sale for them by callitn on LP. MAI ,- Carondelet street. Also, a full stoc of ar riagee and Bugaies and a complete stock of the Japanese Child's (trriage and Cradle,a most wonderful combination; In short a full stock In everything appertalnin to the Carrige business-all of which will be sold at reduced t rioes to suit the times. he community is n most cordially invited to call and examine at as I arndelet street. mhl sam L. T. MADDUX. - W ANT D-A ITUATION AS A TRAVEL_ rlg Aent for a Drug House, by a man whe its fam lir with th6 business, and me te e a tane t in nLousiana, Misssssippi r and Texas. t New Orleane references given. it Address C.. i issiseioci City, MIsas mhs UiiqANE-To PYUM4JIIsrwa a. a L ,onthly payments, a ounse with at 'a t three rooms, on two lots, in te Pourth or SDistrit, between St. Charles street and Rver. 0 Adreeas with lowest terms and interest, W. s., g seourth street feli A iTE.- - A OBWBR AND I NUS. S V trious youna man a situation as Watc an ,Porter, Salesman or Drivln of a y kin is thoroughly acquainted in tihe city Would go S te country if desired. Addre W. C. Dt. t Ul ANTED--ITIItANGEKIn AND VI.ITOBi r r to know that nloely furnished rooms with or without board, can be rented at 14t canual street One of the most desirable locailties in a the city. Rates reasonable. Adply on the e remises, over the Greag Sewing Machine tDepot and Fashion Emporium, l. Canal street. FOR BALE. F OR SALE-ONE FIRST-OLAE8 SICKET to Richmond. Va., and two first-class Tick ets to St, Louis. M.o, Inquire at No. 19 St. 5 Charles street. mhc* TOR o ALE--ON THE JACKSON KAILItOAD. near Independence, about five miles from the Railroad, a tract of about o 0 acres of good land; about t ares cleared; balance well tim. bered; house and barn; about s head of stock, ecattle, yoke of oxen. horses and wagon, heos. sheep and farming utensils and tools. Wil sell the whole at a bargain. Address J B., this office. fe8 ' COPARTNERSHIP. OUTICt'. The copartnership heretofore existing be tween the undersigned has expired by l mita Lion. . JAMES D. EDWARDS havin this day pur shased all the right, title ad iaterst from the senior partnr, DANIEý E WA D. will asj I sum all the obligations of the firm of DANIEL s& JA ME D. EIlWABDt. and continue the business at the old stand. N. 21, a28, 25 and 27 SDeta street, and Lhos, 2, 24, 23 and 28 Front street yDAIELD EDW B)S. JAs. D. &DW.jaR New Orleans, March 7, 1877. In retiring from the business of the late firm of DANIEL A JAMES D. EDWARDS 1 re lly recommend my son, JAMES D. ED WADS, to ayd old friends an~d the public for the patronage so constantly bestowed upon me personally, and as a member of the late firm, during the past thirty years. mhlo et DANIEL EDWARDS. UNDERTAKERS. CEAS. JQ, ONES, JOHN G. BOCHE. Formerly with Frank .onnson. JONES A ROCBE, 250 and 252 Magazine st.. near Delord. UnI.atakers and Embalmers. All business entrusted to the firm will receive prompt and careful attention at moderate rates. OCarriages to hire. la? ly DR. JOHN o. ANGELL, DENTAL SUBGEON, Has returned and resumed me practice of his profession. Offoe-I9 CANAL STREET. ecls BuWeBr imm2 W. W. FABIER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MONROE, LOUISIANA. Prastioes in the parishes of Ouachita. More house and Bichland. Claims taken for colleo tion in all other parishes, with privilege of mak aging same ia conaection with attorneys reeid- I ing there. nose eThuiv PHOTOGRAPHS. ANDERSON'S new instantaneous process produces TEE MOST PERFECT LIKENESS. and never falls on Children and Nervous Per sons, whal a a s t de b* mat Perleet amt we . *sc e uier. rMeadi, Muan i1. Commenoing the Last Week of the ayvorite *1113E1fe a steO.M's INAg.. ALS, Wit n ti elr NEW AND BDIIILT lANl T IBo Th duoes Largo nd Panlonable Au dawaby tise alptelopAy o opadn ,diiae, las indiutaedt - rmernt to reta n them one week grder to preeat to patCrians tdrhifl W ntire peroire. Thto fitl o ore patt &lar rd e k oUt, forft n reneslt LCe Ian. the rVajes d Dan, a nd no tarater an Alt A t, upon whin.a~io on a Grand bt Pr ramme wie presented. Sunday aroh is, the Famous Actor. MIL Olt OhJL ,suti pp ofted by the Acadezzt yprp.. VAlIETTCE THEiAT gE MB. CHA8 P1OPI..................... Manager Last week of LOUI.IE PMaIIEROT. speolal engagement of 6CRAILE POPE. Monday sad Wedbeaday evenings, LADY O1 LYONS. Tuesday and Thursday, INOOMAI. Wednesday matinee. CAMILLE. Friday, iath-Benefit of LOUItSE P'OMBUOY. Friday and Saturday Evenings, N &EJUKTll. Saturday Matineeo, LADY OF LYONM. mb11 BAS~E BALL INDIANAPOLIS (Professlonals), vR. ,. E. LIEI (Amateursi, MARkA RIOUNDMA, MARCH 14 and in, at j p. m. Admission-FIFTY CENTS, mhl2 td 1EOTURE By request. Capt. H. A. MELLON. of the steam ship Memphis, will delivor a lecture in Bev. Dr. Markham's Church, Magazlne street. near Jackson, on Tuesday EvenIng, are. 18i, 1n5, at D *'eleek, In aid of building a Seaman's Bethel and Bead ing Boom, on Fulton stret, near Jackson. Subjects "ON, MI'WS ONLY A MACLO*." Admislsion...............................2s cents mobil td f P.ZIOENOWaUIL GCAUs. O DN B HILL. iH . N. Oans. Jai. D. as, . s ATTORMSNIB.AT-LAW. ºr e.6 Oaoah. od t Streoe. dil oIf MUUoNT. ELLIS a ELLIS. il John MoEnerr. T. OW. EW. ll. John Eli ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, NO. sa CAMP BTsEET. New Orleans., l. an ST E WIXG MACHINES. be de iT k at. THE ONLY Sewing Machine COMPANY To Whom the Centennial Committee gave Awards for A SUPERIORB -e BEVWIES EIJAIE ! I Every MACHINE guaranteed to give satle. t hotion. Liberal discount for OASH. THill SINtg MA G CO., 91 Canaltreet, N. O. EASTER. ( ON HAND. A LARGE AND SELECT STOCK Sof Rhine Wines. French, Hungarian and California Wines, Jamaica and Santa Crus Bums, airsch and Zwetahwasser. California For the Coming Holidays. Also on hand, a large stock of Whiskies. Bran dies Cognacs, Gins. Sherries, Ports. Absinthe and 'Vermouth, French and erman Cordials. Pilsner's Bottled Beer and German Stelter. Sole agent for J. Kauffman & Co.'s Olncinnatt Beer in barrelso. and Star. Tafel and Uhrig's Bottled eer. Also,..or Creme de Bouze Eper ar Chasmpagne. F. HOLLANDER, 9S........ CUSTOMHOUSE STRErET........0 i mbah Comer Coal and Dan .reb. _lh~ @1SU 0 1 *M M id.. * p ad . e et r t , two lo e iter t i to . &,.-. i r4 c omine btrre t olIA t iýADP1. 1O, U, toy 12e shrerhaans a A nloane , sre -e o s aere bot, tj we b o "and fuo-n t o AllDistrict of I stobi et. datedn M h 18117 foreount @f sa Bankrlupty. . A UTAt3I LOT o0 lOD ti e biuiidngs andimoruvounenzt thereon sitt 21, or the orner of harr es ad on treets, known as the), d.Lo1 t onarter, id lot measutres 17 feet 9 intntMe 4 l ot at stret by a devth of t1t feet n g ti steet, 20 feet 9 fn the rear, 6@ foot a inehes on the i r It om lot n . 2. tt which lsh and four lines, and then S lnnet_ . .wo A. . orsn o nouse situated i t strit of this ety, In the saar cm within Broad. o ustomhousae, Latna and . street.. designated by th, No 2 an4'Jaand.measuring eai;h so feet a lions frou Saal street, by is feet 8 Inches In depth. AL' D AS Uaontes-For the pr it one-third cash on ta eieanes at one aed two years credit, forn a speolal mortgage and vender' lIen tie r It eight per cent interest from dh recovery of payment of said aotes or any por tionthereof property to be insured a sum t0 be fied by the signe ad poUsy of fnst rncae traneferred to aim. an(i l other usual oaian or the propertyecodl dooood, one-hlI cash on adication, an th ba>a at one year' er , for note eurings mortgag nvendor's lion and arivlleo. witha eont interest per annum from date till p , th~e cluse o.` five per cent for attorney's fe for the recovelry of ay moto of said not, or of anl . tion thereof and all other uni clauseg. The assignee to convey said propertien to the ,ur chasers free from all eonournbranu.s, and with out any other warrant of title than that received by him by virtue of the deed ofastignment, ex outed to him by the ltelrisor in Bankruptcy. Acts of sale before Airnieoe Deuc.at.ci. t. No tary Public. at the expense of the purskasers. mnhile 0a27 ape 7 2By . E. Girarde.y SECOND AND LAST ADJUDICATION I im . OFFIC. FURNITUBE, IRON 8AlES, E.t. 'set. . AT1? EB - As members of t late fitrm of Ab, oner.. Nos. ss,444 and 0,5L*-Se-o.ed Distrit Court for ad parih of rleans. any. T C,, . D 0 Auctioneoer >. ostreets a IIDAY. theb 23 e q 0J 1 al . i., ethe o , o, ii U. smhon ,etween loyal and o street, will sold at publie auotlon b i tt alulaatoe of two several orders tfro Attef alo e f parish of Orleasns, dt tRl te h-i.. rary,77, sad rendered in the above eaitnt othorr O.tU UI ITU DRa Tyn .-se n th e spot mhts11 7 Joy U. dA . Samery. 400 CASES BOOTS, SHOES AND BBOOANS. 210 CASES PHILADELPHIA AND IIEWABI VINE PHOES. ; BY H,&N# . A6MOARY-WIII be sold on T.VL L DA , Mach 13. at 0 o'Werk a n. at th S .esroome. Ncs. 4 4ad ?47 Decatur street (nela the potomoee) c0 Vasees oots 4hnoes and Brogans. e0 OCases Philadelphi and Newark Flrae hoes. 7 he whole comprisina a very fine assortment of deslrable goods, sultaole for the city and Gocntry trade. Terms at sale. mhlt at SHERIFF SALES. LA MEDTOAL. RELIOIOTIS AND OO Boks. Stationer7. aps, NovIels, ý k Looks,u P eneils, Pens° bhow o-a Counters, Shelving. Desks, etc. Catrlesstte Pes amd Hlasbad vs. James A. Greeham. F OU[BTS DISTRICT COUBT POB THE p rish of Orleans, No. 4,4,o-By virtRe oe Writ ofleri aylts to me directed by the Boo abe the outh District Court for e vpst, Orans, in the above entitled cause, I will po ceed to sell at publto uctione , on th prem here.nafter designated, on FADIAY, Maro 2, 1877, at half past 11 o'clock a. m. and suo - ays same hour and place, the following LL f GoDSt MEORCHANDISE ID movable prope rty in the remisee No. SmC street n the tn rst Distric of this clty, consit Iat oh BOOks, Sta lenery, etc., as per inventory wh-inmay be see in my oce. eafsed in the above sumt. erms-Oash on the 0tf TIHOAS H. HANDY, mhi Civil Sherif f the Parish of Or.lean. MUNICIPAL ADVERTISE- - - SEALED PROPOEAILS DEPARTMENT OF IMPROVEMENTS, Boom No. 16, City Hall, New Orleans. March s. I8o7, Sealed proposals will be rece.ved at this 0o-s until Tuesday, March 20. 1877, at 12 o'eleok m,., ea for the eonstructlon of a shell road on Charles Avenue, from Delaohaise to streets, and from Napoleon Avenue to street, in aeoordance with speliflcations on in the ofee of the City Sur teyor. The ety reserves the right to rejeet as all bids. JOHN MoOACP.PT, mis tie wk, 1 itia PFOIOSALS POR CITY BSNWS. D Y Marc 1., the of 00,000) Dell t o ewý Orleans and ofte IJefferson e Carrol ton. All bide lathe eafB dsn amount ofso at em s must Inolude p iiterests obids will be t hher rate than the parity o e Hbfl resorves the to , and answers will be.v day at o . im.r o ei t be directed to the Coi of the onsolidated Debt fell7 4 mh e 1017 21 COMMISSION MEN IT AmT. Camnas. O. CAsszras E L CAaai.snz CanO . J. A. CLBRIEBE & 80N8, COMMISSION MERCHAITfl d Corner Bgyal and Custemauoen, Liberal Advances made on Consignme.nt to our friends in t- LONDON. LIVEBPOOL. e ja1 am HAVRE and BOEDRUA LEON QUEYBOUZE. OrlA 0 ýQUETROOUZE k BOIS, Whlealeal Grocers, DEALErS IN WINES AND LIQOdS0 5~1 t51Fwbr mi i~ii-thr~ -:S