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`DAILY DEMOCRAT.
TERM OF THE P PER.
UBSOlRIPTION RATEI.
WDA er annum fi; and at same rate hai
4a) perl annum 3ad at samerrat rl
,eariy and quarter y.
ADVUIITIUINO ZATMS-DAILY.
Transient advertiueomets 1 uare (tea
din oso solid agite) at.h latgUQ c ment
e.asuusequent oojsecutve O ron.
ants,o Bent, or o -
o.... as *T so sme
1 erU ~1n for thl period of one month
loger, eas follows,:
or Busines gtl oeq 0f oen a line, net.
lri Notioe, In mitorW type. N oenta a
......... 58 86 0 18o
n 8 0 88 i0
poe.... 20 51 10 115 15
*. 89 071 99 61
60 106 38e 310 606
u ....... 6 115 10 9 10 40
S...... 7 I 1665 60 610
S 76 18 10 990 460
0 ii 6 19160
Monthly atvertsements. having the run of
ed toer. o-Ur e 1, D bovoe I . to be
-] ril prgemunthlry adVer ements, eac_
*Wuare, 690 per mon&.
"tes for Advertisig In the Weekly NOw
Orleans Demoerat.,
Ta&Dloe and general rates the same ns for
dertl.omenta for the period of one month
aid longer, as follows:
.. if o 1io Co. mo. 16 mo. 9 mo.
.i- 6........ 6 8 $12 9 680
. . 12 2 5 60
,hree 12 8 86 8 70
-pur...........16 24 88 67 90
..........20 20 46 80 106
8 85 54 981 -12
en. 27i 41 667 116 160
oven... 60 80 146 196
ye.. 64 0 65 165 210
16 sqrs., or
j5 oolumn 8 85 6 90 168 925
6qars.. or
1 oolumn. 6o0 100 10 250 800
NOTES.
-Mr. Evarts has never held an elective offioe,.
-It is proposed to pool the earnings of the
_plg iron manufactories of Western Pennsylvania
-and Eastern Ohio.
-The French Government asks for an appro
ptti of 410,000,00-ftr pliE s-Instrotlon in
3878. For 1877 there was appropriated ,800,000
and for 1876, $7,800,000.
-The trade of Memphis, Tens, shows a
slight falling off n the last three years. In 1871
the total business trnsaetions reorded ooted
.'p 78,817,727; in 1875, 475,00..879, and In 1876,
47',997.998.
-Timothy Dreyer owed a 1New Bedford mer
i.hant $10, and was frequently dunned. One
day he st1d: "Ill pay you next Monday if I'm
alive, and if I don't you may know I'm dead."
-aonday came, but no money; and on Tuesday
the newspaper contained an obituary of Timothy,
touhrahed by the merchant.
-& boy not six tickets at a do'y theatre on a
forged request purporting to be signed by the
editor of te Harlem Republio. Justice Fammer
rled that the boy could not be punished be.
auseo deadhead tickets had no value In law.
-This opens a safe and sure. way of seeing shows
free of cost.
-Seattle, a thriving settlement on Paget
" ind, was found some four years ago by a
prist from Quebeoo. It now has five thousand
Jahabitants, a daily paper, four churches, and
seven schools, and on the let of January there
were six ship. and three ooean steamers lying at
the wharves, besides twelve other erafte.
S-otor Hugo published on the 25th ult. (his
siveanty-flfth birthday) two more volumes of his
rielºt work, "The Legend of the Ages." In the
Irelce to the first of these volumes heesays:
"The et of the legend will be printed at an
early date, unless the end of the author arrives
before that of the book."J
-The ifty.elght horse butchers in Paris di..
frlibuted to the population of that city 9/71
orses, asses and mules during the past year,
.gainst 6,865 of these animals slaughtered in
1875, A society, formed for the promotion of the
San ofhorseflesh for food, awarded a sliver medal
to the owner of the first establishment opened
for the sale of that meat at Lyons, and a gold
medal tor the proprietor of nine horse meatshope
3n Paris. A sum of 1100 frans was also placed
°at the disposal of the society by Its founder, to
be applied to the encouragement of any butcher
1w'o shall first introduce horse meat to the notice
the public of Lound.n.
AN EXTRA SESSION.
lirYb Speeal a essien to be Postponed Un
til Septeamber.
: [8st. LouIs Repbltlca.
Hayes' friends are still, trying to de
'Vise some way to postpo. calling
of a special session belbre b pt`m ber,
Aihen they think they will be_ able to
elect a "Hayese Demoetat" Speaker of
the House. The session will hardly be
postponed after the osto of June, how
ever, as Hayes does not Irant to give
a.-ny ground for the charge that he used
the Executive office forthe tole benefit
of the Republican party, Mr. Morrison
und other Democratmc .members of the
House say that there is not the slight
met possibility of the Republicans get.
ting any control of the next House. It
is pretty certain that a resolution will
passed as soon as ongress does meet
- t no business other than the passage
:IC the army bill shall be transacted
uring the special session.
CROOKED WHISKY.
..A Sue.essful Raid on the Seergl. Dis
tillers.
[New York Herald.]
A report has been received at the In
Sternal Revenue Office from Agent
Chamberlain, who has been pursuing
illicit distillers in Georgia. The report
gives the particulars of the arrest of
the noted guerilla, Harrison Barker,
the arrest of sixty-firvedistillers and the
destruction of twenty-one distilleries
and 30,800 gallons of beer and mash in
the northwestern portion of Georgia.
Concerning Barker, Agent Chamber
lain writes: "Some two or three years
since he was arrested for shooting a
-deputy marshal. Subsequently he
.made his escape, was arrested after
ward in Kansas City, Mo., taken to At
lanta and again made his escape from
Fulton county jail, Since then he has
,evaded arrest, and has occupied his
*tie in protecting the illicit distilleries
o'f IForsyth and adjacent counties by
~.shwacking civil officers of the gov
ant. He has been very bold and
at, and has often threatened to
y o r 2Ion at htAiwho attempted
or . I sIettlement.
masa
Louatsana.
Pneumonia prevails near Bastrop.
There was frost in Lafayette last
Monday.
Cane planting is almost finished in
Iberville.
Corn is being planted to a great ex
tent in Avoyelles.
The bad weather has blasted the pros
peots of a good fruit crop in Richland.
A larger area of corn and cane will be
planted in Pointe Coupes, this season,
than for years.
The cemeteries of Natchitoohes have
gone to ruin. The people have more
than they can do attending to the liv
ing.
Good and salty oysters are selling at
fifteen cents a dozen in the rustic por
tions of West Baton Bouge. How is
that?
A petition has been signed by a thou.
sand negroes in Shreveport and vicinity,
asking the City Council to place negroes
on the police force.
Messrs. Wood, Winder and others
are going earnestly into bee culture,
and have established a bee plantation
about midway between Terrebonne
Station and Thibodaux.
The editor of the Columbia Herald
must be out of provisions, as the follow
ing plaintive prayer bears witness:
"Will some of our subscribers please
bring us in some butter and eggs in pay
ment for their paper ?"
The Vindicator complains that the
system of dredging the stream in the
eighborhood of Natchitoohes for fish,
has completely depopulated all the
streams of that neighborhood, once
stocked with the finest varieties of fish.
Crop preparations in Natchitoches
have not been as manifest as .formerly.
There seems to be a disposition shown
by our farmers to await the final set
tlement of the situation in Louisiana
before they move on to work. It may
be they will have to desert the plow
handle for the musket, which they
will do if Packard attempts to rule this
State.
The Morehouse Clarion complains of
the insecurity of its parish jail, and the
frequency of Jail-breaking, and wants a
bill passed authorizing the police Jurors
to levy a sufficient tax to build a new
one. Unless this is done, it feels sure
that the prisoners in future will always
refuee to give bond and take the chances
of-breaking outof thejaii.
A proposition is on foot to have a stook
fair or market day in Baton Rouge, and
a committee has been appointed. This
committee is to provide a certain locall
ty where stock owners can bring their
horses, mules, cattle, sheep and hogs.
All persons desiring to offer stock for
sale will notify the committee of the
kind and number of heads of stock they
desire to offer, and the sales day that
they will be present with their stock.
Upon receiving this information the
committee will at once send circulars
throughout the contiguous parishes an
nouncing to planters, butchers and other
stock buyers that on such a day such
and such stock will be offered for sale
at the Baton Rouge Stock Fair, and in
vite their attention to the advantages of
attending these sales. The stock own
ers who offer either horses, mules, cat
tle, sheep or hogs for sale on these regu
lar fair days will be exempt from any
license or tax.
Texas.
San Antonio has a company of fire
men composed of negroes.
Castroville is now an incorporated
town, and is on rising ground.
One hundred and ten men are at work
on the harbor improvements at Galves
ton.
Sugar cane will be extensively culti
vated in Colorado county the present
year.
County prisoners are being hired out
under the law in many parts of the
State.
Cherokee county invested five thou
sand dollars in fruit trees during the
past year.
Sixty new cases of small-pox have
appeared at Double Bayou, in Cham
bers county.
Galveston has appropriated $1500 to
help out the firemen of the city in their
annual parade.
The Jefferson, .Texas Leader ha.
moved to Austin, and will there appear
as an evening paper.
Corn planting is delayed in Navarro
county, says the Corsicana Index, on
account of the millions of grasshoppers
there.
The spring clip of -wool in Mason
county, it is believed, will not fall short
of one hundred thousand dollars rev
enue to the county.
The Savoy Speculator follows the ex
ample of the Sun and other Northern
papers, and drapes itself in mourning
over the death of national liberty.
SThe stock raisers of Young county
have lately held a meeting at Graham
ity rand divided the county into six
districts with local organizations.
On the 8th inst., there were sleet,
snow, ice, immigrants, grasshoppers
and a norther mixed up on the streets
of Denison, with thunder and lightning
overhead.
A test case before a Leon county jnry
was decided that the local option law is
illegal or, in the language of the im
mortal twelve, "no law, and defendant
not guilty ! "
Williamson county, Texas, owes not
a dollar, and has a surplus on hand of
$4,096 33. Nine-tenths of its "population
are Democratic farmers. What a lesson
to other countries!
The taxpayers of Washington county
will have to pay a county tax of sixty
cents on the one hundred dollars
worth of property this year, instead of
eighty-five cents, as they paid last year.
The surveying party which has been
engaged for some weeks in running
trial lines for the Morgan road between
Cuero and Gonzales, completed its sur
vey the other day and have reported
thereon.
The Presbyterian church at Deaton
was burned last Sunday night. They
preached in it on the Sabbath and used
it as a court-house on week days. So
all the records of the court and other
valuable papers were lost, as well as
the church archives and service. Com
bined loss about $5000.
In view of the great numbers of grass
hoppers appearing in Dallas county.
The County Council, Patrons of Hus
bandry have adopted the following res
olutione, which might well be adopted
by other localities, where the hoppers
are nowsajourtLng: Resolved, That the
several newspae of the ity of Dallas
be requested ohEo
A ClevOlana Gentieman Gets a*0-
Damages for Being Ejeeted from a
Pullman Car.
[Otomnal Oommesroisl.]
OCLvarTAND, O., March 11.--A case of
considerable importance to the travel
ing public was dispoed of in the Com
mon Pleas Court of this city, yesterday.
It appears that Wm. H. Shaw purchased
a ticket entitling him,to a berth on a de
signated Pullman Palace Oar, run on
the Pacific Ballroad. This particular
palace car was chartered for the use of
Gen. Crook and staff, and Shaw was
summarily ejected from it. He demand
ed his money back, but was refused.
He then asked ermission to ride in a
flrst-class coach on account of delicate
health, but this was denied him, and he
was put into ani emigrant car, where he
became seriously ill from the effects of
the poor accommodations. He brought
suit against the Pullman Palace Car
Company for $10,000 damages, and a
verdict for $5000 was given in his favor.
The Pullman Company offered no de
fense whatever.
THI MEXICAN AWARD.
A Fraudulent Claim of atlf a Million
Discovered.
(St. Louis Republioan.]
The bill prepared by Secretary'Fish
distributing the first payment of $300,000
of xhe Mexican awards, which passed
the House,. did not get through the Sen
ate. The objection and charge of fraud
against the bill sent it to the Judiciary
Committee. An attempt was made Sun
day morning to pass it in the Senate,
but Senator Wright of the Judiciary
Committee objected, saying that the
claim alleged to be fraudulent had not
been thoroughly investigated, but
enough was known to keep the Senate
from passing the bill. The claim in
question is held by persons in New Or
leans, and is for about $500,000. The
charge of fraud is that it was illegally
made out and was awarded through cor
ruption.
some Popular Crimes.
[8t. Louis Republican.]
The Cincinnati Gazette sums up the
erimes of the Democratic House in the
Forty-fourth Congress, and this is the
record it makes: They tried to reduce
the President's salary to $25,000; they
passed Field's bill providing for a new
ppresidential election; they tried to re
duce the army from 25,000 to 17,000
men - they insisted that the army should
not- Le Wed inverturning-tate- gov
ernments. Democrats are not likely to
be dismayed nor the country displeased
at this arraignment. On the contrary,
the people will most probably welcome
a repetition of such crimes. If the other
branch of Congress can only be induced
to sin in the same way, everything will
be lovely.
STRATAEiNM.
Why Hale Was Ofrered a seat In the
Cabinet hlich Ic Was Known He
Would Have to Refuse.
[New York World.]
WAsaINsrox March 10.-It is now
known that when Mr. Hayep offered a
seat in his Cabinet to Mr. Hale it was
with the knowledge that Mr. Chandler,
Mr. Hale's father-in-law, was earnestly
endeavoring to keep his own position as
Secretary of the Interior. This of
couse, made it impossible for Mr. Hale
to accept the office and Senator glaine
was therefore justihed in regarding Mr.
Hayes' offer in such circumstances as a
mere device to placate him without
satisfying or attempting to satisfy his
claims to an effectual recognition by the
new Administration. The refusal of
Mr. Hayes to consider the name of Mr.
Frye, which was then urged by Mr.
Blaine, confirmed the latter in his
view of the case.
INSURANCE NOTICES.
ANNUAL STATEMENT
--oF THE-
NEW ORLEANS INSURANCE CO..
Up to Decemoer 3l. 1878.
ESTABLISHED IN 1806.
Fire premiums........ .......................$328,879 12
Marine premiums...................... 68.924 91
Biver premiums......*".................. 88,20 56
Total amount of premiums ............a29.534 59
Less unearned and return premiums. 95,752 94
Net earned premiums.................$3.s,781,66
Add interest and discount............ 24,647 87
s$36.429 02
Deduct
Fire losses....................899,452 74
Marine losses............... 62,162 90
RiBver losses............. ... 24.746 8
Net losses............ ...186,362 41
Beinsuranees....... 18,837 0o
Rebate............ 46,452 18
Board of Under
writers, general
expenses, State
and city taxes.... 62.620 89
- 117,909 65
$304,272 09
Beserveforunsettled claims. 25,000 oe
---8 329,272 09
Net profits for 1876 .................. 29.16 98
ASSETS OF THE COMPANY.
Valued at their cash market value:
Real estate......... ...................$118,162 77
United States bonds, City Railroad
Company, city and J. and G. N. R. R.
first mortgage, bank and insurance
stocks .................................. 158.300 92
Bills receivable (premiums).......... 11,758 24
First mortgage notes and pledge notes 193.760 06
Cash in bank ............................ 86,975 39
Premiums in course of collection..... 47,263 98
Amounts due by insurance companies 8,207 s82
$574,418 68
We, the undersigned, special committee ap
pointed by the Board of Directors of the New
Orleans Insurance Company, to value the assets
of said company at their present probable mar
ket value, hereby certify that after a careful ex
amination the valuation of said assets, as above
specified, is true and correct, to the best of our
knowledee and belief.
New Orleans, 12th January, 1877.
W. A. BELL,
H. GALLY,
E. MERILH.
A SCHRIEBER.
The above statement is a true and correct
transcript from the books of the company.
J. TUYES, President.
3. W. Hlrcxs. Secretary.
Sworn to and subscribed before me. this 17th
day of January, A. D. 1 L77.
JOHN L. LARESCHEf
Third Justice of the Peace.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held
this day, it was resolved to pay the semi-annual
interest dividend of five per cent on the capital
stock to the stockholders, or their legal repre
seatatives, on and after' the first Monde- of
February next J. W. BINGEB. Secretary.
p iaryl . 1891.
- - - - -x- o-- - l- f - -
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE
COMPANY.
Pald Up Capital, "500O0O
FR0K TýE.TE3[NTFOB i 4T ANNUAL
Net annual earned pre
anduIs and Discounts
etno . . ............ i7,7 9
Losses, Epenses, Taxes.
B.served fund 10o,.eo. and
Dividend on oapital 10
per cent................... 69,647 47-88-,7.61
NetPra t t.. ... .... 971,20681
Assets of t. c, ,v",anyee
tim ted at their cash
market value'
Stoks, Bonds, Loans and
Bills Reivable.............. 808,59 7s
Oash on hand and premi
ums in course of collet
tion........................ 186,696 41
g88,.296 21
Dividend paid on stock ton Fpr cent per an
num, and on artleipatina policies twent7 per
This o and reliable ompRany 1 issuing pol
oles on Sire, River and Marine rits on the most
favorable terms. Al losses promptlduted
and settled upon 1berai terms at ,hor omoe,
52 Camp street. JAMESB .A,
E. CAwfnrrma. Secretary. Jal 81i
TWENTY-BEVENTB ANNUAL STATE.
MKENT
---OI -
.LEBOENT MUTUAL INSURANCE OM."
PANT.
New Orleans, May sc. 11i.
The trustees in contormity to the amende
charter, subml't the following statement of the
airs of the company on the t0th AprIl. 1876:
re remlumn .............. ooo6 20 1
Marine premiums.......... 87,488 91
iver premiums ........... 114,818 26-- .0
arned premiums less
rse..n *.anoe and re
turn premiums ,.. 98..5 4
Losses paid and 'istl
maated, i ouding all
•nown an unpaid:
O t1 re.........$60et0ol1 .
.arine ..-.... 18,988 68
On river....... 711 90--117.0
Taxes. expense, re
bate in levi of par
ticipation, less inter
est, discount. eto..... 6,7! 11- 1al,11Mia
Leavina, after payi
o0 per oeat in asi
o. profAts......... /m2,Ns.
The ompany have the owing assets:
gage.. ....... 56.441- -11-1O.1 U
ans on pledge at l.... 1s0,711 7
............................. as8 0-1- s6.04
ty hon and otie altock..::: as
mums in course of colleo on. -. 27,628
Total assets....................581.u097
The above statenent is a true and oorreao
transcript romthe lokas .o t m any t.
HENRY V. OGDN. Secretary.
worn to and seunbsori before 130 0hM
day of Mai. 187e. wb . HOL/
econd Justioe of the Peace. parish of Orleans
The Board of Trustees resolved, That afte
payina the annual interest of ten per cent or
the caDta. eo of the compaty that a dividend
of TWENTY PEB CENT be paid in cash on and
after the 12th day of June next tto those parties
insuring with the company entitled to receive
the same.
TRUSTEES.
Thos. A. Adams Edw'd Plibury.
Sam'! B, Newman. no. Kin.
Fam? enned, red'k Camerden.
John Phelps, L. Harris
Adam Thomson, Andrew Stewart.
Henry Abraham. Joseph Stone,
P. N. Strong, George Martin.
Victor Meyer Alfred Moulton!
Joee Bowling L. 0. Jurey
Ew'd J. (ay, Edward Naile.
Jno. M. Sandidge. Geo. W. Sentll.
Simon Hernhem. Levi
Simon Forcheimer. hn '
Jo. B.olfe. oh a
B. Post, John V. Mor
_aul E.X ortimer. JhV.om
Mj ESOHAI2' MUTUAL INSURANCE 0O
OF NEW ORLEANS.
1 64............. Canal street .............104
TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL STATEMENT.
In conformity with the requirements of their
charter the Company publish the following
statement:
Premiums received durine the year endina
May 81, 1878, including unearned premiums of
the previous year
On Fire Risks ........ ............. 415,44 09
On Marine Bisks ............. ..... 7,8 s 87
On River Risks.. ......... 48.76
Total Premiums .....................499.51 2
Less Unearned Premiums.......... 114,0 o
Net Earned Premiums 81st May. 1876...s884.913
Losses Paid
On Fire Risks .............. 89911 4
On Marine Risks..... . 65,74422
On River Risks .. ... 85.406o 78
181,061 87
Taxes.......... ..8......... 12 81
Reinsurance and .ieturned
Premiums .................. 16 22
Expenses and Fifteen Per
Cent Rebate Less Interest. 61.s8 48
3l-- 811,8068
Profit..... . - ..- t~a10s as
The Company have the following Assete
Beal Estate.,.......................... 76.10
City Bonds ......................... 110.419 50
Bank, Balroad and other stocks...... 09,92
Notes secured by mortgage and pledge 801,898 8
Bills Receivable ........................ o80,1.o20
Premium in oourse of collection...... 6246 0
State Bonds-......... ..................
Insurance Stocks .. ...........
S of Valette Dry Dck ompany.. 10.o40000
Stoc arineDryDook and Ship Yard
O .Co ooo 4.00000
Mo ;J:,dBnd.s Turners' Assoeiaton 2.00000
Mo Bonds Odd Fellows' Hall.. spoo 0o
Judgment on Mortgage Notes......... 1,818o0
Cash on hand .... .. ........... s96,815
S1.094.714 U1
The above statement is a just, true and cor
reet transcript from the books of the Company,
PAUL FOUBOHY. President.
G. W. NOTT. Secretary.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Parish of Orleans. City of New Orlean.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, the ad day
of June, 1876.
JAMES FAHEY. Notary Public.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors held
on the ad day of June, 1876 it was resolved to
nay to the Stockholders. on demand. FIVE PEB
CENT interest on their stock.
DIRECTORS:
P. MASPERO. ED. TOBY
D FATJO P. FOURCAY
J. J FERNANDEZ, D . OHAFF&IZ.
J. M. ALLEN. O.S. LAFITTE.
ie18 tf
SAVINGS INSTITUTION..
XTEW ORLEANS SAVINGS INSTITUTION
I' No. 156 Canal street. Trustees-A. Moul
ton, E. A. Palfrey, Carl Kohn, T. L. Bayne. Davk
Urquhart, George Jonas. John G. Gaines. Thee
A Adams, Thomas Allen Clarke, Christiar
S.hneider. Charles J. Leeds, Samuel Jamison
Interest Allowed on Deposit.
D. UBQUHAT,. President.
HAS. KILSHAW..Treasurer. ap6s ly
FOR RENT.
.M. & Be J. ONTGO
Furniture Emporium,
ARMORY HALL, 87 CAMP STREET.
The Largest and Most Centrally Located Farnit i.
Establishment in the City.
Constantly on hand. and at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES, the largest and best
assortment of
PARLOR OODS0
To be found in the South. consisting of
Suits Upholstered In Brocatel, Cotoline, Iteps, Terry and Hair Clothef
and Finished In Gilt. .....
MARBLE TOP INLAID CARD and FPAN? ~A
BLEW* French PLATE MIRROR8i and Patet
CHAItRS; fine BEDROOM SUITP, withPrenea.h I
I)ri uaer. Drewint Cases snd Armoirs; m
French Plate HALL STANDS with HAL LH
to match; DINING-BOOM ae LIBBARYU
every grade.
A complete assortment of MEDIUM and 00CO I
PURNITURE. of every grade suitable for
and plantation use.
A large stock of boxed and knock down Fruna
aod Cbairs.
SPRING, HAIR and M088 MATTRESSES ,A
and EATHEnd PILLOWS and BOLTES ,M
LOUNGIf, made to order,
ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE FROM THE BEST FACTORIES, BOTH EAST
AND WEST, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN THE CITY.
All Goods pa'kod and shipned froo of charge. Thanking our friends and the pabMi.
for their past pt.trollwto. w' Kiolieit a continuafl nc of the same in the future.
It. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY,
Armory Hall, No. 87 Camp Street, New Orleans.
mni3 Im
ESTABLISHED IN 1825.
ti
A.
Corner Delord and Constance Street.
--0-·----
WE ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
Steam Engines, Boilers,
Sugar Mills, Furnaces for Burning Bagasse,
Vacuum Pans, Clarifiers and Filters,
SAW MILLS, COTTON PRESSES, NEWELL SCREWS, JUDSON'S GOVEI.
NORS, GIN GEARING, FURNACE MOUTHS, GRATE BARS,
ALL KINDS OF
PLA1TATION AND STEARBOAT WORK,
And every description of Machinery for the South.
We beg to call special attention to our large stock of SUGAR KETTLES. Havi -
chased the entire stock of the ttacker Iron Works of Tennessee, for which Mr. E. .
beuvre.was formerly agent (and the only genuine Tennessee Kettles in the m.ket, We
offer the same for sale. as well as those of our own manufacture, price list of wth
will be pleased to furnish upon application.
fel5 t LEEDS & CO. i
Leat Stalls Nos. 37 & 38 Magazlne Market.
Supplies Ships, Families, Hotels. etc.. with
EGGS, VEGETABLES,
PownI, e .v,
Beef, Mutton
Pork, Sausages Tripe. Ir., Ete.
And everything the market affords.
MARTIN LANNES, Ja., Butcher.
Vegetable Stalls Nos. 121 & 124 Magazine Market
fe9
Southern Shoe Factory
--
OF JOHh HlANSEN,
88 and EA Canal street, New Orleans.
TO ALL SOUTHERN CITIZEN3.
I am of the same opinion as yourselves and
am determined to help build up the manufac
*turing interest of our native State in order to
help the laboring classes and keep the money,
which would otherwise go to the North, at home.
About a year ago I started my Factory, and by
using the best material and paying my hands
promptly. I have been enabled to extend my
business and support 500 women and children
that would have otherwise left the State. In
order still to Increase my Factory, I would
earnestly call upon the merchants, not only of
the eity but of the whole country, to give me
their aid and encouragement. Come and see me.
dec14 ly JNO. HANBSEN.
A Third of a Century.
J. B. VINET, with E. YINET.
aloaes lmp aaw1,
SRAILROADS.
REAT JACKUON ROUTE.
NEW OLEANS. ST. lOUIS AND
RAILROAD LINER.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TBAI.,
On and after Sunday. March 4. 17. r
depart and arrive-as follows: rom
street depot:
Dm 'ra. MOM -.
Express No.1.5:30p. m. Exprese No. 2.u:
Express No. s.7:20 a. m. Express No. 4. lSit
Acuommoda- AcOommoda
tion... :a tl... n ! a
PULLMAN PALAUE BLEEi'.!NG
through without change to Chieago, i,
Louisville and Oincinnatl. Slepingear acaomQ
modations through to St. Louis.
Only one change of Sleeping Cars to Ame =
cities. Accommodation train runs as far M
McComb City. Tickets for sale and in
given at 22 Camp street, corner Common,
City HoteL
A. D. SHELDON. Agset.
E. D. Faorr, General Manager. m>
THE NEW ORLEANS AND MIOBILE B `AD
L ROAD-MOBILE LINE
THE c*..AT ThIBOUGH ROUTE TO
EAST. N*RTH AND WP.T.
Via tLouisville, via Atlanta an via .IOl -','
CARRYING THE U. B MAIL.
Trains arrive aul rt.. ,rt from DeRot, i.,
Canal -try e. "e t.. i;W-, :
nEPA.T. ar RIV8T
Efxprea....... g ra. m. Express.....11s.as,ý.
Expree i.....s:0o v. m. I Express..... Cb p.gL
Pullman Palace Cars daily to Cm , ?=I_.n !
lsville. Nashville and Bt. Louis without
and only one change to New Yofk- adl
cities.
TicketOmfce,. corner of Camp and ommel-si
streets. opposite J Hotel.
mbs t J. W. COLEMAN: Tike
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