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'Oflee 10U Owrr!ewr 5*aet.
"EORft W. DhPAE & GO..
C14ORGU W.f DWUVflU,
I. S. X'SA3UT, JOHN AUuUUTIN,
A13NIRT C. JANIN.
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SATbB ov Brr SURIPTfio7.
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'1"1 14UNUAYt BMaOVUAT.
- | tlurInl interesw a to the d itgeent htavshen
ý. ,., u"tt ans, l d dto the study of A ricultureo
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The Weekly Democrat.
SrlK C PAY rr nagla@Vt-&T.
Payvhio In Advanee.
/ 0 ile41--rastar fIwtnOt Fi pantdoe ta the a
eaLtgs tets ,nde t tio teie M A ertelt u at Pe
lte llti) per st wI hefarn+ie to n ub
j* ofiete of the New Orlenan DEIMO
ilAT hen bWeen Removed from 4 tla
Sil.teet to t10g aitrvir Street.
AXVM0fI iNT4 TIIIM, EVFNINi+I,
- Aen . ormn ( Mi' io.-Nidtn Nobles - "Dia
Our subscribers will confer a favor
o. s by reporting at this office every
luxae in the delivery to their address
If the Dj MoolA.r, as we are particularly
sggroeil.Ote of achieving absolute exacti
ºinb sad punctuality.
The work of paying taxes goes bravo
"l on. The o f the w tax colleotors
4. i e mp open house and streams of wel
: me visitors are pouring into them,
g pJr to give to the N irholls govern.
t the only reogntion itas we are has sought
(oll anybody--the pecuniary support
eThuired fork of payingts successful operation.
+ When Mr. Hayes' high commissioners
-arr.ie here, they should be conducted
.t the o fi The of our emolent tax eolleoo-r
tnsm; a simple inspection of the books
there will soon convince them that the
Michr tol govern to thet Nioll perfetly able
to sustain itself without extraneous sup
1port, and can get along without any
- fr9empromise on the senatoriay or any
. her qurestion.
The venerable relict of Judge Branch
W. Miller, one of the earliest of the dRe
Sporter of the decisions of our Supreme
Court and simple greactly honored citizen,
after surviving her husband over thirty
eharlls, depaorted this perlife Tuesday abt
the advanced ag of seventyneouight. Her
ltPnts will be escorted to the come
2Jmpy from the residence of her son-in.
thw, W. W. ing, Esq., Terpsichore
street, at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Mrs. Miller was the mother of those
asspeoted citizens, Thomas Miller, of I
The venerm of J. W. Burbridge & Br., and of I
)bury .M M iller, the distinguished i
porter, of the firm of Fnney & Miller,eme
ad tof Msur. W. W. King. Through her t
S1ng lifer no lady was more venersday ated
and loved, or afforded a brighter ex- I
tmplh e n ll the relations of life of those 1
Sttue and excellences which adorn the me
Character and attost t he supolfority of
Sthe Southern matron.e o her son
The Brookes, of Boston, Twhose repro.
Streative, Mr. Henry Shepherd, so
lpromptly rame forward to pay their
to the Ncholls governmas Millentr, are
eflnts of Boston, and are grandsons t
that distinguller, thed and wealthy mer- t
lt, ofter O. Brooks, and of the later,
a D. Shloved, oherd, so well known toer
older citizens as the life time friend
d companiond ex of that venerated phl-orn t
anthropist, Judah Touro. In his will, s
hrae.trring to the service of ior ofld
thelife wohen desperonately wounded
Th one rof the battles on those plains ofr
ar.e, Mr. enry Shepherdhis executor and the reso
tiduary legatee Brooks, and of th large et late 1
SD. Shepherd, soin entering upon theo a
compansion of the property, eaid ohff all- c
t legaJudahes to various benevwolentl,
ioolates and friends, and thus soquired
~ed, property D. Sheph already possessed, in savng t
r life wthe largest propertely holunded r
oneo the city. At hites ondeathe plainso ofa
uyrred since the war, this large estaproperty
o . D. Shepherd, and hentering supons, the C
lpoMesason o the. Brooke. Thisy, paidroperty hall a
I lway s bee n managed with eminevlent D
.x) histle enterprisends, sound thjudgment anred I
~rioti whole realto the Sestatewhh, added city
- d which he has passed nearly his whole t
poled to Mrs. Brooks, the only Ihild o
r which he has passed nearly his whole f
We have thus referred to these gen
n with the view of setting before
citisens examples in the conduct of
ta of Boston, holding property
few Orleans, which are well worthy
3mttation and emulation by our own
property holders who have
S1 In this city, and who know and
oe Nicholle government as
ony doe wr and de facto govern
oa tof t ae. The strongest proof
'tthatlnoerity of their devotion and
wlilbe b.end to their pr*Mpt
§ ` pat i s s due by theum.
Whit uotse of the "Old man," upon
whom they were woant to rely in every
emergeney--the "Old Man" of iron
nerve and unflinching resolution, who,
except during the last two months of
hi administration, was always ready
and prompt to come to their
rescue with the bayonets of the
Federal army I But the halcyon days
of Grantism are over, and the carpet
-baggers of the South are beginning.to
understand that they fought, bled and
died in vain in their successful struggle
to place in the White House Hayes, a
man who to them was Hobson's choice,
but who, so soon as he reached the goal
for which they were all contending,
hastened to kink aside the dirty ladder
upon which he rose to power, and is
now seeking the least troublesome and
disgraceful mode of escape from the
obligations which party fealty and com
mon gratitude seemed to impose upon
him.
The Kellogg government was installed
in power by a bold and resolute ma
neuver similar to the coup d'etat of
Napoleon Ill., and was no sooner in
possession of the reins of power than it
hastened to strengthen itself at every
point, p tying little heed to the clamors
of its opponents. The den,jure McEnery 4
government, finding itself displaced I
and impotent to enforce its authority,
sent ambassadors to Washington to
supplicate Mr. Grant and his Cabinet
to send to this city a commission of
"eminent citizens," or a Congressional
committee, to investigate and report
the true condition of affairs. They I
were gratified in this mild re
quest, took exceeding comfort and
returned home. In the meantime, Kel- I
logg was conducting the government in
his characterlstlcally easy and reckless ]
style, caring little whether he had a
legal Legislature or not, and we all I
know how little our protests and reso- I
lutions at public meetings availed
against the boldness and vlgor dil
played by our adversaries. ]
Now, thank-od,the thablesare turnrL (
The legal government of the people is I
in full possession of all of the elements s
of governmental power; it is an estab- I
lished institution, and the "gates of hell" I
itself cannot prevail against it. The i
Nicholls government is in the same po- I
sition in which the Kellogg government I
stood four years ago, with what in these c
days of contempt for law, justice and nl
constitutional methods we may be per. E
mitted to call the trifling difference that t
the former was really elected by the t
people, while tho latter had its origin in t
a corrupt decree of a debauched and do- a
graded court. Moreover the Nicholls t
government is perfectly able to main- I
tain itself without the aid of Federal r
troops, and asks no favors of the Na- d
tional Government, or of any commis- e
i sloe it may be pleased to sent here. It
is the l'ackard conspirators who, falling
to secure the recognition of this
noisome clalmanf, who is rapidly be
r coming a stench in the nostrils of the
people, have been clamoring for a delay
in the withdrawal of the troops and beg
ging for some such action on the part of
the Adminlstration as would encourage
their rank and file to hold together a
while longer, and give them an oppor
tunity to bid for a compromise of some
kind. Well, Mr. Hayes has yielded to
their importunities so far as to promise
to send here a commission of political
big-wigs, who will be expected to go
through the patented process of inves
tigating the "Louisiana case," which
bids fair to enjoy a longevity equal to
that of the famous case of Jarndyce vs.
Jarndyee, but whose real purpose, as
we happen to know, will soon manifest
itself in the removal of the Claimant
from the field of his present fruitless
and ridiculous labors.
No one knows better than Packard
that he has nothing to hope for from
this commission in the way of recogni
tion as Governor, but he also knows
that he has succeeded in making of
himself an enormous bete noire to the
administration, and that he is in a posel
tion to demand a fat Federal office in
consideration of his abandonment of his
gubernatorial claims. Such an oflloe,
we are inclined to think, he will secure
the promise of from the commission,
but what is to become of the henchmen
and strikers and dupes whom he has
kept around him by repeated assurances
of impending recognition ? That ques
tion will probably give the High Joint
Commission more worry than any other,
and v'o venture to predict that the emi
nent commissioners, who will arrive
here swelling with the notion that they
have a mighty and patriotic work of
conciliation to perform, will, soon after
their arrival, discover the humiliating
fact that their principal occupation will
consist in harmonizing the rival claims
of petty Radical chieftains to Federal
patronage.
The fact is, we have had enough of
Congressional smelling committees and
High Commissions. They have never
done any good and have generally
made confusion worse confounded.
Four years ago, and even two years
ago, we looked upon them with some
favor, for the sole reason that we had
been forcibly dispossessed of our rights
and hoped that a sense of fairness
might prevail upon them to present
our cause in its true light to the coun
try and demand that justice be done to
us. But now the circumstances are
entirely different. Then we were the
"outs," and stood at the mercy of an
unscrupulous party that aimed, not at
justice and fair-dealing, but at the per
petuation of Republican rule. Now we
are the "ins," and we intend to remain
in. The whirligig of time has brought
us our revenge. There is one thlag that
the American people respect above all
agot we looked upon It &s "a monster
of suoh hideous mien, that to be hated
needs but to be seen ;" but, having had
to endure it for so long a time, and
haying grown familiar with its face,
now that we happen to be the de fact's
ourselves, we are ready to embrace it
and give it a fair trial. If we may be
pardoned the inelegance of the re
mark, the boot is on the other leg, and
we find locomotion more pleasant than
before.
On the whole, with a ltr faclo govern
ment to administer public affairs,
strengthened, as ours Is, by the fact
that it possesses also the best possible
de ,ure claim to universal recognition
and the wherewithal to sustain itself,
we think we can worry along quite com
fortably and allow our hapless and
hungry adversaries the largest license
of protest. If they will refer to the flies
of the city papers of the spring of 1873
and of 1875, they will find there a large
assortment of resolutions, protests and
speeches, all cast in vigorous and ele
vated language. These we commend to
them for their own present use. We
tried them at the time referred to, and
found them an excellent safety-valve
for the indignation which oppressed
our souls. Iet the leardere summon
their clans around them and protest
and protest; it may relieve thnir feel
inge, and as this is the only kind of
rolief they will obtain, they will do
wisely to make the most of it.
* The Legislature elect-ed on the 7th of
last November was by no means a re
form body. Had that Ibody ieen or
gani e(d as elcoted there would
be a tie botween the .eformers, or
D1emrnorats and Conservat.ives, and the
Radicals in the Hlouse. while in the
lienate the Rieformers would have
but two majority. The alliance of a
large number of the Radlcal members
of the two houses with the Packard in
surrectionlsts has left the control of the
Leglslature in the hands of the Demo
crate and Conservatives. Thus organ
i-ed, the General Assembly has paseud
some excellent measures, and shown
recently a real disposition to enter
upon the busiaess of reform. Per
haps, under the peculiar and try
ing ciroumetances, nothing more could
have been done. But, there Is
one measure the Housn can now
adopt which will greatly benefit the
State. It can follow the example of the
Senate and declare vacant the seats of
t.hose members who are aiding and alot
tiinf an insurrection against the peace
and prosperity of the State, so that
the Governor may order elections in the
parishes these insurrentionist.s were
returned from to fill the vacaneles. .In
deed we think this would be the great
eat reform movement the Legislature
could adopt between this time and its
adjournment. The Packard fraud in a
short time will disappear front sight;
not a vestigo or it will be loft, and if
the louse d(one not, expel those of its
members who are now leagued with that
fraud, when the egiselature assembles
next January theoe men who have been
the worst and most malignant enemies
of the State, and who are known to be
corrupt, creatures, the venal tools of
any ring monopoly or rascal who lo
sires to rob the Statoe, will assemble
with it, claim their seats and control the
legislation of the State. If those men
are expelled the Lgislatl.ure a public
enemies, or as memblers who hlavo
grossly violated their sacred trusts, the
Governor can order speocl i elections to
'ill the vacanclee and, beyond doubt,
good men, Democrats or lRpublicAns,
will be elected in their places. This
would be a real measure of reform.
"..1=L ==._m -.,., ,
(BY AUTIIOItI'Y.J
Appointments by thle (Governor, Franelc
T. Nicholls, by and with the Advice
and Consint of tile Senate.
Administrators of the Asyltfi fo,r the Rlind at
Baton Itougo-Willim ii. Goodrle, (t. D. Waddill,
J. West Mohain, Robort Morris, William Garg.
Harbor Masters for the port ofr Now Orleans
George t. Phllips, B. Ouorsto, Itbrrt Brewster.
Wardens for the port of New Orleans--W. W.
Enater, John T. Davis.
Jstiooe of the leace for the F. urth Ward, par
ish of Natahitoebes-Numa Deblls ux.
Constable of the same ward, same parish
Jules Sompeyrao.
Parish ourvevor for the parish of Caldwell
Robert T. Humble.
Wood--Wood-Wood. ,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HONEY ISLAND WOOD and 0OALYARD,
Ne. 373 Julla street, New Basun, near Mag.
nella Bridge.
Postoflce address. Lock Box No. looe.
Delivered to all parts of the city,
PRICIF FOR THIS WBEK.
Askh wood, per cord........................$..6 s
Oak wood. per cord.......................... so
Ash and oak mixed, per cord............... 6 0oo
Liberal discount made to dealers.
Satisfantion guarantoeed.
mhb1T 2dptf m&o P. RADELAT, Agent
DB. JOHN G. ANGELL,
DENTAL SURGEON,
Has returned and resumed tme practice of his
profession.
Offie--89 CANAL STBRET.
ocls BuWeFr 7m2n
DUCONGE DRUG STORE
A. CARROUCHE,
s9 Chartres Street,
Products of French Pharmaceutio, received
by steamer Hannover.
A complete assortment of
FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES,
most in vogue, such as Elixir Bonjeau. Ducros,
Pepsine, Sylphium Oyrenaicpm, Dehaut's Pills,
Orossnier's Anti-Neuralgia. Blaneard & Leroy's
Preparations, Dr. Churchill's. Lavifle's, ete.
For sale by
,mohs l p hartrt" sreet.
REMNANTS,
----AT---
alif Piice.
SATURDAY,
inr'm~c,xA~x MAL.r39
---- UN-- -
SCABFS, H&nDKERCHIEF$,
PnraroIH, Uio IHery.
M. L. BYRNE & CO.,
1633 ... - C anal Street...193
od1122 2tMAIct I
Notic, to Tax-Paysrs.
City tntr' or IR7 pafiil this day nt flv# i)r 'Ant.
dis'iriI by HIEN fY IlilR.
11) 1h27 2i) it No. i* (Icarn'rlct Ftrnnt.
P 1 I'E t-HlE ID1 E CK.
- A l
I, l'll1PRL & (;AO.'i
('A )'1'T; IBLAN CHE SEC."
FOtR SAJIE EVERYWLI.II.,
inh. i rn
GREEN O() BLACK TEA
Worth 4ow. we sell at M.O,
GREEN ORi BLACK TEA
" Worth loe. we seol at too
GREEN OR BLACK TEA
Worth .oo. we sal at 80W.
GREEN OR BLACK TEA
Worth 7To. we sell at 600
GREEN OR BLACK TEA
Worth 1 we a1 at Ie t4o.
GREEN OR BLACK TEA
Worth l1.40 we sell at $1.
TRY OUR. 1 OOLO(9O.
TRY OGr $1I 1IPICRIAL.
TSRY OUR .l (IUNPOWDRR.
TRY OR SI ERNMLICII alAKMPAKA oT.
Bon,,thing never beforn offered In the Bouth Is
Our $1.25 Grade
in OJololng, intperaln. (llupowdler, Young Hynon
and English Breakfast Tea.,
N -
Ihi (Company ('arries theI Largest Stock
of Teas in the South.
Wo have the fineoa seleetion of Royal. Imperial,
Gunpowder, Young Hlyon. Uncolored Ja
pan. Oolong, Fnglish Breakfast and r ekome.
We have 'hoice Tonsu from the East Indle.
We guarantts our Team to be perftootly pure.
This Company doals In all grades of
COFFEE.
GREEN RIO 2oc.; parched or ground re. All
flr gradels equally cheap.
This Company has now on hand some very
cholce OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA, very scarce.
Our Goods are Sold at New
York Prices.
fe17 im 2p
t REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Mine. ROSA REYNOIR,
No. 9 Chartres Street.
OFFERB
THI: BALANCE
OF HER
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
- or -
ELEGANT PARISIAN
BONNETS, HATS,
FEATHERS,
FLOWERS, Etc.,
AT GREATLY RECUCED
PRICES and regardless of cost.
to make room for a MAUNIFI
OENT STOCK of
SPRING MILLINERY,
expeeted next month.
Ladles desiring to secure bar
gains should not fall
TO OCALL EARLY
at No. 9 Chartres.
oces I em SuWd&Fr
RECOGNIZED OFFICIALLY
AND BY PUBLIC OPINION THAT THE
Steinway, Knabe and Pleyel
-Are the
LEADING PIANOS
Of the World.
Convinooe yourself by calling at the General
Agency at
GRUNE WALD HALL,
Where you will find the Largest and Best Se
lections of all kinds of
MUSICAL INSTB UMENTS
AT LOWEST PRICES and EASIEST TERMS
Brass Iastruments, 8.rlas, Aocrdeoes,
Mauie Boxes, Muste, of my owa
Importation, at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
It is in your interest to call on me before p"r
chaslng elsewhere.
LOUIS GRUNEWALD,
14, 1 8, 1es a1 is amra sa .,
seenmi
That Ar. N..w 13.1cr (nonufaot ,drrre.
The New S".,1- Upirig(;ht (:gIqckerivrg Plsmno 1is s P"1r ItC(IT MOON SL
lie Sure Y.,, liet She (hlii'kerlng if You Waud
the 11J "'I' PIANO
PHILIP 773.LBI~
M. 'a'TX snot 4)i) !t>E>1r11n118 rtrteef,
On Monthly Paymonts Liberal Discount for Cash.
mi1llt
A. 3I. hILL.1,
4144()IT,7_ 1211 N M /a : t < 81'IT Ct
NO. 86 ST. [aI SA LLES ST., NJEW O tLEAN3, LA.
E:.rocf A'i c vrg,4 Prhy('. sfmy Exr,t (r1i (I Pens:
/ 43.
I liI
Ne. 10 Nn. p N'. N Nn.7 '8s..'I Nn4 , # n. N. `,j So M
08 Y~B) 111 13 MO 43 (?d 30 :, S151I~) * t r6 $1 too
Th.hy ..,.n PFoyi, (lul).I I) ri'mr nrl l'rii " r! $, ! wnrrit I'.. f .w v Pet, r' ''in'vR 'fr itlvs,, I wll1M
I fnrun p1 . (tine. 1. : 1 n~nrl ý2 r'r ii ~1 ; "u,' l ;4a d 7m ni,, 1 ; ~R' , r, 'il . '4, r' mt'. a 1), 8, 7' ostln ;
No,9. 9 81 N'. jii S c ,n
Jf pllt? iwo 5" i1' r i7',? TPTr 4, f r P'4'v i'. Z 4' Y n 1' n n' I I n ti' ' 1
0011' M'511.l4'I'I1o P5,-i1;' V' Itfl''J,II;1. fr N'"'. .4. r ar'i17 8!.
Horit by ru'got~f'rr'''1 Fil) 0 it ny t'j'', ,,p v''''' it, o'f hrin', or' by 1; ,r''" ; i ' S.
(;OLJ) lI.ItN G : ?.I(,TY 200 rijI :1 ' ENT STYLES.
A. }. HILL, JEWELFR,
NO. fll NT. (CiAUAIB N r.i TIEET, NIW Oi:9lYA'N, LA.
MY 1PRITf ,4 A :E ALWAYS THE LOWEf T.
DIAMOND RINGS FROM $16 UPWARDS.
AMPTHYl T BINO, thi lrir' t ,rticrk in tfinn MHouth. All n Aes. shop-s nindl atylot i 4 to sW.,
AME. I INOH. T',n bt iiort',nr't of tfiry e.,nen inr th' v,. P'TI['T + ,OW.
I'l tlt AN, 0A1FNRIT It'N( 1,. tinyst stlnny Fnil ni ustir4 in (r "t varit,
INITIAL, HEAL, RINJ , (Pi,;k Onvx.) Midiunm sizig 3. l,rg',i7.1,n1F. ANY L.TTFlR
Also, n comnin letn Irts nrlnt rf Ioil ns' annl gntlemrnun F ·ii! Iirne wi h tilO 5hood stone,
mIns nagte, pink. red. gray, ,link. whitm, piurtitle anti rn onv< within-s. at prices from $ I
small rings, to ti, e ,4 $ F. 16 ~11nil nid uwrint for th" finer equalitiu'.
PLAIN (OlD IlJ(i'-NG i aui o kronp t. full stork of thllan rinas and inn furnish any sle.,
width or inality. I'rlcsi .:2trn. nlrlrSi. fliPd isamr tcl r', iv it. IrJu iiao rr i.tnrlrtttionA -
Ltrrvd tf 5 ni e i ll, tr. e I r,.rin ring. mrniuuro the artesat ',irnt of l.h, finger with a nairrel
strlp of stlTf paper InIwl snru It to m,.
c'c r,.Axrt rnT'TcOETJ.
26 dlifferent ,tyles solidgl gold buttion, 1, $1 n, $2, 3 s.,. 3 anrd IA.
0r r3lj.ID .CkOC .l, " s TTO .
14n RotiaF. IIl now dFslgun; )tilmondltl Purle. AnrthyPtF, (Onrnuts. IEm"rn drl Opal., A..
Marine J' t, 'ruA'lunoisr. Camno,, ('oral P'lin Gtold, Engrraved (oid. E;namn1aod Gokl il
(old, Etruncan. BIloold Hto,.. Onyx, .-'. Pricer $1t r, ri, . t;1 a unil rwaIus.
01Bolc< Colc1 / i looro l3U.ttcrek.
In almost n. great vni rit Ir .. Entde. Prins from .2 ar upwird-i.
INITIAL CIUFF U'i'Tl'tNs. No., 1 fln, gold and bloi+k n.,mtle I tr.............. $
2. rlPi litrr ................ . i
:f . . lt ,r i r...... ...
4F. tvi v lrgo nrl and lgant.. 16
Any artlen munt Falf I y tb ri treld murll ait my risk on r,ipt of prin, or G. O. D. by .
press, with VriilegI of 'xamintlt iii If d:.sirodr. Addlrlr s a at,boYv.
mhls
mitt
THE AMERICAN WATCH CO. OF WALTHAM.
Annrmnor. tIhFt tIhi.v htiv hon awmi.rlrvl at Phil ln4elhih fur medlsnl,. vi:
FOR WATCHEM, FOR WATCH MAKING MACIJNI;ERY, FOR A SY1W1
OF WATCH MAKING, AND FOR GOLD AND SILVElRZ WATCHO ASkEB
AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH AGENCY,
A. M1. HILL, Jeweler,
86 St. Charloe Utreet, Corner of Commercial Plaoe,
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
REVISED AND P.EDUCED PRICE LM9ID
The following watches are all patent le0
$15 jeweled, same, size as the llustratlon. ndai
unaer full guarantee:
Solid Silver Watch, same an eut..............
* The same. but open face and flat glass...... 's
Solid Nickel Watch. v"ry strong Case....... "
Solid Sllver Stem-Winder. no key requnred.. 0
The same, but open fane .................. I
i ozx Silver Stom-Winder .................. I
Soild Gold Watch.2 oz. I1 karat ease.........
Same. but 18 karat aee.. ......................
r,1id Gold 2I oa. 14 karat, Stem-Winder.... I
The same, but 18 karat ease.............." I.
Ladles' Gold Watchr....................
The same, but Htem-Winder............... 1
In addition to these styles I have a eogMB
assortment of Waltham Watbhes. from tt. AgM
prices to $as3.
For the plantation, farm or a worklnrg IIl
515 Watch or a1s Btem-Winder will provea S
Is required.
I will send Watohes. Gold or Silver Obal
any Artieleof Jewelry, by Express,C. O. D.1e
mitting buyers to examine the artfole bei
paying, and. if not Buited, to return it.
ADDRESS AS ABOV.
11si tiel
Diseases of the Eye and E.r.
DR. C. UEARD,
OCULIST AND AURIST,
142 Canal Street,
Lock Box 1817. New Orleans, La.
fel0 17
W. W. WASHBURN,
ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER,
113 Canal street.
Opposite Clay Statue, New Orleans,
Mr. WASHBUBN is himself an artist of
twenty-five year4 experience, and is sn.o4rted
in each departme.t by a .orp of .ass .tants
whohave no superiors in this or the 'Old World.
Be is the master of his businefs, Besides
emo the best artiste he tsee the best
and maxos the best wb rk on the Con
_ "BLO OI BOBN
butler proof he rfetrs you tr, his thirty theca.
I , Ir2 IAef r m
PREMIU.11 BONDS
ALWAYS ON HIAND AND FOIR SALEI
tSGM3 TO SUIT.
Next Drawing leth of AoriL
NIrHOLLa LIE~;ir.L. TiVR WARRA.WIS
Purchased by A LsMOKR,
mhie lm IT#tt'r D. GIaller Co.niL
:FOR SALE.
A HAND)S1OMV PL 4CL OP TWO ACRI tar
on the tpaur!il' river T.rhe eompri
acres of expl;ent. n.#wiy-tf ced lan of
o0 are adm:rably a'ia-tel to the eul
sugar, cotton, or corn: the balance
of a magnificent meadow in which the
is situatpd. The whole property wmi be
consisting of the land above
residence, kitchen, cabins, stabl1ea eIs
fruit gardens, and all necessary urteaaML
This offers an excellent opportesity toeaani e
wishing to raise stock, or to eUitivaLt eotter
sugnar on a small scale, there eiame e eoo.
pronerty has never bears lnuated.gl
dwelling-house is comfoatably furnished,
will beold with orwitrout iurniear
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