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SLiey 0emmer, writing to the OLnain
MU ommerotal, says that Senator
Hamlin, of Maine, shows but few signs
of advanoing age, and that his eyes and
hdir are still black.
We hear that some people object to
Packard's organizing a militia, and it is
murmured about on the streets that
Governor Nicholls ought to put a stop
to it. We differ entirely from thegrum
blers, and think that Packard's recruit
ing ought rather to be encouraged than
put down. The sooner he gets
his army Up, and ready to
"die on the street," under
the leadership of the gallant Boss,
the better for us. The complete
demolition and radical extirpation of
the whole gang by the boys would im
mediately give a form and shape to the
heretofore vague Southern policy of
Mr. Hayes. He would be forced to
recognize the Nicholls government, for
the simple reason that not the slight
est shadow of another government
would be anywheres in sight.
The people of every portion of Lou
isiana are deeply, intensely moved.
The electric spark that should unhap
pily bear to our towns and villages
the intelligence that the Federal
government had recognized Packard,
would kindle into a fierce and quench
less flame the indignation of our out
raged people. The stubborn and stolid
tool who, baricaded within the St.
Louis Hotel, longs and prays for recog
nition as Governor of this State, if he
got his prayer would seal his own doom
and bring down upon his own and the
heads of his miserable followers, a ven
geance such as he little dreams of. The
news of the commission has startled
the people of North Louisiana, and this
morning we print the ringing resolu
tions of the citizens of Shreveport on the
subject which ring out like a trumpet
blest. The business men and citizens
of that town spoke yesterday as did
thoqe of New Orleans, and they spoke
the feelings, sentiments and purposes of
the people of every locality of the State,
"The rights of the people as expressed
at the ballot-box are too sacred for com
promise, and we will have the govern
meat chosen by the people or force, as
we have the means, a military govern
meat." And again "Francis T. Nicholls
has been elected Governor of Louisiana,
and we pledge to his support our lives,
our fortunes and our sacred honor."
Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines, who attained
her majority in 1825, may be seen every
day in the United States Qourt,Judgo Bll
lings presiding, sitting by her lawyers,
enveloped by mounds of old, worn and
begrimmed records, intently and earn
estly absorbed in hunting up papers and
whispering suggestions to the counsel
engaged in the argument of the demur
rer in her prolonged litigation. This
argument has been going on now for
weeks, and has been confined to the va
rious demurrers and motions, with a
very dim prospect of an early approach
to the merits of the case. It is certainly
the most extraordinary litigation which
has ever been conducted in this coun
try, and if nobody else indulges the hope
of its termination within this or the next
century, the lady plaintiff certainly
manifests no exhaustion of patience or
vigor in the pursuit of her claims under
the will of her father, the late Samuel
Clark, who di-d, we believe, in 1813.
Yesterday Judge Billings was engaged
the whole day in listening to the argu
ment on the plea of prescription set up
by the defendants, in the several suits
brought by Mrs. Gaines. The question
involved was, whether this prescription
was not interrupted by suits brought in
.thertonfederate court presided over by
the late Judge E. Warren Moiso. Mrs.
Gaines having brought such suits in
1862, Judge Billings intimated pretty
strongly that such suits did interrupt
Packard and his Rump are becoming
-Insufferable nuisances to the country.
Like Banquo's ghost, they will not
down, but continue to vex and impor
tune Mr. Hayes with their frantic
appeals for recognition and protection
from imminent slaughter. We were
amused yesterday at reading, in the
late official journal, the full text of their
lest demand for Federal intervention to
suppress the frightful domestic violence
existing in this State and the scanda
lous "insurrection against the govern
ment thereof." This reference to the
constitutional obligation resting upon
the Federal government to guarantee
to every State a republican form of gov
ernment, etc., br ngs to our mind avivid
ieoollection of the dreary days when we
were reduced to vain appeals for pro
~-.etion, and clung with desperate te
'.l agolty to our "constitutional guaran
tese" while our adversaries, growing
fatter and sleeker every day on
the public spoils, reveled in all
the comforts and delights of de
factoism. While we clamored
for the enforement of "section 4 of
article 4" of the constitution, they
were satisfied with the enforcement of
their tyrannical authority and iniqui
tous laws, and l:ughed to scorn our
claims for recognition. But, as we said
yesterday, the tables are turned now,
and de factoism, which proved such a
bitter pill for us, has returned to plague
its Inventors. We, having possession
of the machinery of government, intend
\ to "hold the fort," against all comers.
and his loafers, hugging the
w of authority, and finding nosup
,t home (it seems a desecration to
S atLosetaai na as the home of these
uaderers), they howl for eeoo
F But the lat
M gwbhib' Mr. Esybe 6 fmPeled
to follow. In a contest between old
"de facto" and "aliunde," the former
is bound to win.
Up to date we had always thought
that our quondam "do facto" Kellogg,
called by some Brindle Bill, was the
greatest liar in the world. Experience
teaches us otherwise. The Boss is
evidently his equal, it not his superior,
and if false telegrams can raise him up
to the lofty eminence where the oil that
anoints'the "de factos" is kept, assured
ly he will rule. But lies are "mighty
onsortain" and Mr. Packard will find
that out to his cost, as also that the will
of a whole people is stronger than the
tricks of ordinary ward bummers.
We had no idea of it, but we cannot
go back on our exchanges. Packard's
militia, so they say, in case the troops
are withdrawn, have declared their un
alterable purpose of burning down New
Orleans. Just think of itl From fifty
to a hundred niggers and scalawags,
led by the Boss and Loan, are deter
mined upon riding over Fred Ogden and
his lambs, and after having destroyed
every mother's son of them, burn down
New Orleans. It is enough to "make
each particular hair stand on end."
lHorresco referens! We wonder whether
they will have any regard for age or sex
or previous condition.
Appointments by the Governor, Francis
T. Nicholls, by and with the Advice
and Consent of the senate.
Samuel Flower-Assistant Treasurer of the
State of Louisiana.
P. H. Waters-H-.y Weigher of the city of New
0. J. Lewle-Harbor Master for the port of New
Edward J. Boy-Inspoctor of Weights and
Measures, parish of St. Laudry.
Anthony Elinger--lnepector f Weights and
Measures, parish of Jeffurso.
Antonio Nolasco--Ioapeotor of Weights and
Measures, Fourth and 8ixth Di.tdic s of Orleans.
Chirles R. Egelty-Notary Publ:o for the as,
ish of Carroll.
Henry Armand--Iospector of Weights and
Messures, in and for the parish of Est Feliolana.
TiE BOSTON REGULATING
complete, with Opal Globe and Holder, can be
bought at $12 per dozen, put up.
The CHECK BURNER being of the latest pat
ent, dated Doocember 12, 1876, Is equl., if not su
perior, to any Check Burner in the market.
JULTU LOEFFLER, Gas Fitter.
m1123 tw 4:1 Royal street.
OFrICE STATE TAX CoLLECTOn,
Second District. No.18 It yal street, hlr
chant's Exethange, upstairs. March 23, '77.)
All persons within the limits of the Second
District owing licenses and capital tax are
hereby notified that the office for the collection
of said taxes is now opened.
P. L. BOUNY.
mh23 it State Tax Collector.
OrFviO SrTAT TAX COLECroR, I
All persons within the limits of the Seventh
District owing License and Capital Tax ar
hereby notified that the office for the collection
of said Taxes Is now opened at the corner of
Hampson and Carrollton Avenue.
mh122 4t Ftate Tax Collector.
OFFICr BTATr TAX COLt LETon,
Fourth District, Parish of Ocrleans,
March 19, 1877.
All persons within the limits of the Fourth
District owing LICENSE and CAPITAL Tax are
hereby notified that the office for the collection
of said taxes is now opened at No. 241 Josephine
street. I. C. BOND,
mhls Tt* State Tax Collector.
OrFlCE STATE TAX COLLECTOR,
First District, New Orleans.
March 19th, 18T7.
The receipts given by MR. E. C. PAYNE. for
amounts advanced for the support of the gov
ernment by the liberal and patriotic citizens of
this city, will be received as CASH in the pay
ment of TAXES and LICENSES at this office.
E. A. BURKE.
mhl9 tf Tex Collector.
OFrFICE STATE TAX COLLECTOR,
First District Parish of Orleans,
March 13, 1877.
All persons within the limits of the First Dis
triot owing LIcEN~B and CAPITAL Tax are here
by notified that the office for the collection of
said taxes is now opened at 169 Gravier street.
E. A. BUhIKE,
mht. t/ State Tax Collector.
THE NEW ORLEANS
Sanitary Excavating Co.,
(Incorporated by an act of the Legislature, with
exclusive privilege of ET[PTYING VAULTS,
PIVIES, SINKS, Etc.)
Are now in full operation, and are prepared to
perform the above work with promptness and
dispatch. The advantages derived from the use
Odorless Excavating ApFaratus,
as used by the company, are that the work can
be performed at any hour of the day or night,
the thorough manner in which the deposits are
removed, the absence of all offensive odors, the
shortapace of time required (an ordinary sink
being emptied in from ten to fifteen minutee)
and, above all, ITS CHEAPNESS.
Al orders lftat the o omppanrs oifce,
w N -.. 1ý*ee of tes LeAutelnLi
d l td Improvement Company. New
i o 2O , 1577, -To whom It may con
j7 I'having become ngpcnsafy to cleap n
reptfmr the Birntarla and Laforgafl Canal, tnis
Oim.panly will not be responsible for any mlain
age dy delaysto boats navigating this Canal.
By order of the Boarde.
mbh242 ap2* Superintendent.
To the Lake - Oflie of New Orleans
City Tailroad (kCmpany, No. 1214 (anal street
New Orleans, MarOch 19, ]177.-Until further no- i
ties, the afternoon trains for the Lake will leave I
the city every hour, from a to7 o'clock, The
last train will leave the Lake End at S o'clock.
mh2o tf (I. C. LEWIS, Secretary.
OSmae of New Orleans l(Ity Railroad C(om- 1
pany. No. 124 Canal street. New Orleans. March
18, 1877.--At a meeting of the Board of Directors.
hlld on the 14th instant a dividend of Three
Dollars p"r share was declaredI, payable to the
stockholders on andl after MONDsY, April 2,
1817. All transfers of stock for ten days previ
ous to that date must be ex-dvlidend.
mhle td O. C. LEWIS. Secretary.
Office of Crescent Mutual Insurance
Company. New Orleans, March 12, 1877--n con
formlty with the fourth arttcle of the amoended
charter, an elecntion of Trustees, to serve onet
year from the first Monday in June next., wlI be
held at the office of the company, on MONDAY.
the 2l d ,y of April, 1877, between the hours of
12 m. and 3 o'clock p. m. . ODEN
HENRY V. OGDEN,
mhl5 asd Secretary.
New Orleans, Marcb I, I177.-Notice Is
hereby glven that the interest of Mr. F. I.
MATTII, W8 in our firm ceases from this date,
we having purchased the same.
mhl Im FLASH. LEWIS A CO.
W ANTED - SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES
and Buggles. Any one having such. and
wishing to dispose of them, can find ready
sale for them by calling on L. T. MADDUX, as
Carondolet street. Also, a full stock of Car
riges and Buggies and a complete stock of the
Japanese Chilhl's darriage and Cradle, a moot
wonderful combinutlon; In short, a full stock
n everything appertalining to the Carriage
busioess-nil of which will be sold at reduced
prices to suit the times. The community is
most cordially invited to call and examine at aS
mhill tm L. T. MADDUX.
WANTFD-A SITUATION AB A TIIAVEL
i ing Agent for a Dug House, by a man
who is fa illiar with the business, and has ex
tersive ncqualntalce in Loulsiana. Mississippi
and Texas. Btst New Orleans references given
Address C.. Mississippi City, Miss. mh
W ANTED-TO PUItCHABE ON BMALL
monthly payments, at htfnse with at least
three rooms, on two lots, in the Fourth or Fifth
District, between St. Charles street and River.
Address with lowest terms and interest, W. S.,
as Fourth street felSf
W ANTED- BY A SOBER AND INDUS
trious young man a situation as Watelh
man, Porter, Salesman or Driving of any kind;
is thoroughly acquaintsl in the city. Would go
in the country if desired. Address W. C., Dem
oorat office. felt.f
IJWANTED-STRANGERS AND VIBITORS
v to know that nicely furnished rooms with
or without houartd, can be rented at 15t4 anal
street. One of the most desirable localities in
the city. Rates reasonable. Apply on the
premises. over the Gregg Bowing Machine
Depot and Fashion Emporium. 154 Canal street.
-AT - D
UP TO APRIL Ist.
PEPIN & BROUSSAIRD
154 CANAL ST., COR. BARONNE.
We will continue, for one week longer, to sell
all our immense and well assorted stock of Dry n
AT COST AND BELOW COST! s
Great spcrifices will be made in Fine Goods, a'
and the following will be sold at so per cent less
than cost of importation: n
French Courtrai LINENS. e
Oourtrai Linen CAMBIIICS. P
r French Linen Damask TABLE COVERS, from bi
ten up to thirty covers. tt
French NAINSOOK and QRGANDIES. tr
French Embroidered CURTAINS. u
French LACE and EMBROIDERIES, bi
Real Thread Lace POINTS, etc.
- Also -
- Buch as- 8
f Striped and Checked Nalasook, M.lle.
White 8wims Plques.
Bobblle and Msulin foer Bars.
White and Colored Iltsh Linen.
Marsellles Quilts. d
Nottinlham and Vestlbules Laces. u
And a full assortment of
At prime cost up to April 1.
FOR CASH ONLY.
PEPIN & JBROUSSAaRD,
mhlslw 15s Canal, corner Baronne.
d J. R. WAI, K;K9 D. D. S.,
S No. S780 Delord street,
Latest Improvements and best styles of both
Operatlve and Mechanical Dentistry at most
Mod.,rate Prices. .mb tf
t' Dr. A. POINCY,
e Of the Faculty of Medicine of Paris,
k 97i ROYAL STRBRT.
Gonsultations in French, English, Geranta
'7," I tO a, aveutfng 6 tO IL - S.
BWWm~r AoADZ r oF *tTo
04 t. Charlee street.
The only Theatre open in the city.
Funday, March 18.
For one week, the eminent American Comedian
r MILTON NOBt,ke,
Who will apgrar in his typical American drama
entillled THE Pl(ENIX, suoported by the
A"ademytalented r 'matioC ompany.
Family Matinee-Wednesday, March 21.
F1.1day. March 23--Benellt of MILTON NOBLvS,
r resenting his new sensational drama, called
DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH.
Sa'urdny Matinee and Satrrday Evening, March
24-DIAMOND IN THE IOUJ'H.
k unday, Marsh 25--one week only-the Famous
Actor OLIVER DOUI PYRON, in his new
play called PLENTY OF MONEY. mhlttf
- LbST-EOUNb D.
S-OSt OR MISLAID, ON WEDNESDAY,
IJ March 21 11i77, a BLACK LEATHEIt
POCKEt' BOOK, containing four State War
rants. as follows:
One in favor of J. II. Rutherlin. parish judge
of )Do Soto, for I$31:, being in part payment for
services for last nuarter of 1873.
One in favor of J. H. Hutherlin, judge of De
Hoto parish, for $300, being in part payment for
services for 1876.
One in favor of S. M. Potts. end by him in
dlrsed for eit her $3oo or S30o, being payment as
State supervisor of Registration for De Soto
parish In the year 1874.
One in favor of J. It. Brown for $21o, being
payment for services as clerk to the Supervisor
of Registration in Doe oto parish in the year
The public are hereby cautioned not to nego
tiate the same, and a liberal reward will be paid
for the return of book and contents to I. T.
C \RHl, No. 19 Union street, or to the Democrat
offhc++. mhlm st F,M&E
I O'T - WARILANT Nu. 1i3, IuIMIHiD
- March 15, 1877, to Oscar Arroyo, for services
rendered as Minuto Clerk in the Senate during
the session of 1877, for the sum of Ninety Dol
lare. Partles are hereby cautioned against ne
gotiating for the same, as application for a du
plicate has been made.
mh22 1w OSCAR ARROYO.
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SOR BALE-ONE FIRST-CLARS ICRET
to Richmond, Va., and two first-claes Tick
etc to St, Louis, Mo., Inquire at No. 19 St.
Charles street. mhc*
FOR SALE-ON THE JACKSON RAILROA D
near Independence. about five miles from
the Railroad, a tract of about i o acres of good
land' about 20 acres cleared; balance well tim
bored; house and barn; about a head of stock,
cattle, yoke of oxen, horses and wagon, hogs
sheep and farming utensils and tools. Will
sell the whole at a bargain. Address J. B.,
this office. fol.*
-----.--..-Oi. - T..__.. -----.
LIOR RENT-SMALLSHTORF, WITH DWELL
Ing attached. No. 23as Ca at, near Franklin.
Price $20 per month. Also the first dwelling on
Franklin treeoot. rice$12. Apply to owner 130
Third streot. mh242t*
rTO RENT.-Three el.wantly furnishod rooms,
J in a central location, convenient to two
I lines of city railroads, to rent, on very reasona
I ble terms.
No more oonveniently located or better furn
I Ished appartmeents can le had in the city.
For particulars call at the oflee of the Dmro
NOTICE--CITY TAXES OF 1877.
DEAR'TMENT Op FINANCE,
New Orleans. March 22, 1877.
Tax bills for 1877 are now ready for delivery.
'Ihe following rates of rebate for prompt cash
payment will be allowed:
Three per cent on all bills paid up to list of
March, 1877, incljsive.
Two per oent on all bills paid up to 1ith April.
One per cent on all bills paid up to 30th April
After April 7 0. 1t77, interest at Ten per cent
per annum from 31st March, 1877. and costs, will
mh22 t 1130 J. C. DENIS, Administrator.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCB,
New Orleans, March 19, 1877.
Sealed Proposals will be received at this De
partment until Fill DAY, MARCH. 23, 1877, at 12
o'clock m., for the sale to the city of TenWhbarf
The city reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. J. Q. DENIS.
mhl9 td Admi nistratro.
MAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS,
City Hall, Mach 20. 1877. I
Sealed proposals will be received until Maroh
30. at 12 m., for publishing the proceedings and
ordinances of the City Council and all official
notices of the several departments of the city
government, proposals to state the price per
square of the space of one hundred words solid
matter, for first and subsequent insertions.
Separate proposals will also be received for the
same period for printing the various blanks,.
etc.. as per paragraphs from I to 8 Inclusive, of
act No. 40, approved March 12, 1877.
For publishing the proceedings and ordi
nances of the Council and official notices of the
several departments no bids will be received
except from parties publishing a morning
paper lssu",d at least six times a week.
Bonds. with security, in such amount as may
be satisfactory to the Mayor will be requirbd for
the faithful execution of the respective con
tracts. Term of contracts to extend to 1st Jan
The city reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. ED. PILBBUBY,
mh21 26 10 31 Mayor.
DEPARTMENT OP COMMERzCE,
New Orleans, March 17, 1877.
By Hoey, Macon & O'Connor.
SB4 OF THE REVENUES OF THEE
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION IN
the Council Chamber, City Hall on Mon
day, March 28 1877, at 12 o'clock m., the reven
ues of the following m-ntloned Markets, for the
month of April, 1877. viz:
Fruit and Vegetable Markets,
Poydras and Pilio
Washington and Port
Jefferson City -
The Markets will be sold separalely.
Terms and conditions-Cash on the spot in U.
The city reserves the right to reject any and
all bids. CIIAS. CAVANAC,
mhl 212.31 2 Administrator of Commerce.
BUD rvEIS-. It litT I L'k.D Brs 1t
We have secured the agency of the celebrated
BUDWEISER BOr0 LED
which is undoubtedly the best beer in the world.
We offer it in cases (Plnts end Quarts) at very
LOW PBIOa .
J-JB- * i3LUAN___s
ARMORY AIILL, 87 CAMP STREET.
The Largest and Most Centrally Located Furniture
Establishment in the City.
Oonstantly on hand, and at tho IA)WEST MARKET PRItI,. the larg'et and best Neilr.told
To be found In the South, consisting of
Suits Upholstered in Brocatol, Cotoline, Reps, Terry and Hair Cloth,
and Finished in Gilt.
MABBLK TOP INLAID CARD and FANOY TA.
BLEd; Prench PLATE MIRROHd and Patent Fmaey
CHAIRS; fine BEDROOM SBITi, with French Plate
Dr eser, Dresping Cses and Armrirs; magnaifacet
French Plate HALL STANDS with HALL oCHl&IB
to match; DIINGq-BOOM abd LIBRARY StUImTS o
Aoom latestori ment of MEDIUM and 00)(03
UBQNII'YUBF. of every grade suitable for comatry
ad plantatioa Use.
A Irge stock of boxed and knock down FPrnituxt
SPIING HAIR and MOBS MATTRESSES, HAIL
and FEAHIER PILLOWS and BOLM.rIT , la
LOUNGES, msde to order.
ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE FROM THE BEST FACTORIES, BOTH EAST
AND WEST, AND OUR PRICE8 ARE THE LOWEST IN THE CITY.
All Goods packed and shlipped free of charge. T~anking our friends and the vrubtl
for their past patronage, we solicit a continuance of the sane in the future.
R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY,
Armory Hall, No. 87 Camp Street, New Orleans.
We. the undersigned Photographers in the
United Stattes do .t.to and will bear testimonY
that PIC'UIUtFI made by
LUAMBTr R ' PAr TEr 'ROCESSES
Never :t.'c or Change Their Colors
IN TIlE LEAST.
Also ro r, thcrwi:.e In ev< ry respect more artis
tic than tih.c n+ iv theb 1 old processes, which
are bound to fade and become worthless.
AARBONY......................... Nw York.
W. KUIl1 Z ................New York.
LEON VAN LOO.............Clneta 1.
J. LANDY............ ..... (IacClm-cati.
F. G(UT KUN8.T.........Philadelphls.
ALLEN & ROWELI, ............Boston.
O, IS4.NTILB & CO.............i eage.
C. W. ItiOTEh .............Atlanta, e a.
E. KLtUBRB .. ..........L....,oslvile.
RtULOePON, President of the Photo
graphic Association of the United States
of America.........Sam Fraelseeo, O.1.
D. II. ANDERION......RichLkm d, Vs.
State of Loaielsan.
And others, too numerous to mention.
THEO. LILIENTHAL, .
11I............ CANAL STREET ............121
UNITED STATES BRANCH
LIVERFOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE
STATEMENT JANUARY 1, 1877.
Real Estate......................... $460.000 00
Loans on Bonds and Mortgage .. . 1,035,400 00
United States Government Bonds... 1,499.487 50
State Stocks.......................... 8.700 00
Premiums In course of col!ection... 257,581 59
Cash in Bank.............. ..... - 274,774 80
Other SBeurities ............. ...... 39.119 44
Unpaid Losses..................... $181,15988
Reinsuranoe Fund................ 1,182,847 9
Permanent Insurance Deposit...... 296,688
All other Liabilitie...---........... 176.849 82
Surplus over Liabilities......... $1.814M.64
Net Premiums. Fire only....... --... $2,123,708 71
Interest, Rents, etc................... 170,548 84
Total Income .....................-- .294,267 66
Losses paid....................... .... . as
Commission and Salaries............ 50.. 4
Taxes, Printing and Stationery and
all other charges.................... 16,0 66
Surplus. Net Profite.............. . 762018 08
New Orleans ollce, No. 184 Gravler ss.
BOABD OF DTREOTOBS.
DAVID UBQUBART, Chairman.
J. F. SCHRODER,
Focran ELLIOT, Resident See's'. mb20
-N HAND. A LARGE AND SELECT 8TOO0
. of Rhin, Wines. French, Hungarian and
California Wines, Jamraiea and Santa" Cruz
hums, Kir-.h and Zwetshwasser. Calliornia
Fruits and Jellies,
For the Coming Holidays.
Also on hand. a large stock of Whiskies Bran
dies Cognacs, Gins. Sherries. Ports, Absinthe
andtVermonth. French and German Cordials
Pilsner's Bottled Beer and German seltzer.
Bole agent tor J. Kauffman & Co.'s GCindnnati
Beer, in barrels, and Star. Tafel And Uhria't
Bottled Beer. Also. for Creme de Bouze Eper
Carpet and Oi Cloth Warehouse.
EL'KIN &, CO.,
ja .. ...........canal . sre............. 1S
OAEPETB of a tIionr at .edued
GREAT JACK9.N ROUTIE.
NEW OBLEANE. BT. LOUIS AND OAWA03O
I AILROAD LINES.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS.
On and after Sunday. March 18,1877. trainswill
depart and arrive as follows: From OCalliope
D pART. AumSIV
Express No. 1.5:80 p. m. Exprees No. 9,11:28 a.a
Express No. a 7:20a. m. Express No. 4. 8:30a.m
Accommoda- A commoda
tton ....g... .. .o .m tion... . :15
PULLMAN PALACE BLEEPING CAB
through to Cairo, Chicago. Louisville and Cin
cinnatf, and only one change to New York and
Eastern cities also to St. Louis.
'riday evening's train makes no connection
at Duunoln for Chichago.
Acconnmodation train runs as far as
(othb (ity. Tickets for sale and Informatla
giv onr ' 22 Camp street, corner Common, under
A. D. SHELDON. AMe.
ND. Faos'r. Geoneral Manager. mbh
r biAl LtW U16cLAlA AND hM1OL &AIL
-L ROAD-MOBILE LINE-
THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE TO TU3
EAST, NOIRTH AND WEST.
Via Louisville, via Atlanta an via St You.e.
CARRYING THE U. 8 MAIL
Trains arrive and pa.p.rt from Depot, if0 of
Canal street, as follows:
Exprees.......:6 a. m. Express...... 1:25a. B
Exprees......a:oo v.m. Expries...... 9:··: .S
Pullmas Palace Cars daily to Cfnclnnati. LmOs.
laville, Nashville and St. Louis without
aand only one change to N'w York and
Ticket O®ee corner of Camp and Comaol
streets, oppoetfe City Hotel.
mho t? J. W. COLEMAN. Ticket Aelt.
ANT. CanuUIarI. o. CAWnas .
E L. I Cannra. CHAs. 3. 0assxzS
A. CARRIERE & SONS,
Corner Royal and Customhouse.
Liberal Advanoes made on Consigaments to
our friends In
aJs am HAVRE and BORDEAUX,
LEON QUEYBOUZE. OSCAR BOI..
QUEYROUZE & BOIS,
DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS
And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUOC,
At the Dine Ateres.
Corner Old Levee and Blenville streets.
de1PI'7sly New Orlansi,
OGDEN A BILL.
H. N. Og.la JAs. D. BHua
No. sCaweaAelet Stret. 1it
John MdE ery. T. 0. W. Ells. E. John nES
NO. s OlAMP BSTEET. New Orleans. Ia.
(AND ZNI.EUCTlONS GITINv.)
Portraits frog MIsdr
or from pieturo i
the deceased, aBt ,·
ne0 an( ' in
. 1- . net size,
t5o and ito:
graIphs, bu ap
S erayon hads
soo and 716.
work, both in oil or crayon. or water col
rolportioned rates. batisfac'nn will be
in every ease. Persons reeldin abro
have any of the r ove work satisfact rily
iuted by sending the eat pilture the pd
accompanlied with a falt.bfi de ari'ttn tOnf
person, and by stating the style and sin
portralt deetredl. will hlve their ordi.rp prfa5P
ly attended to. Country ,aironage so lle
fVRJETT' B. oi JUL. I
3 Clrend' Irt .tre..t
NEW )RLE.' 4
N. B.-Instrurtlone given in Drawing. C ;
and I'alntlt g. )lassee in 8..rinarles Ilntop
flv Art Gallery is a vulan of ftri re..,rt.
publin is Iunvitd to visit it at rI aleur',.
CHAI. C. JONES, JOHN G.
Formerly with Frank Johuti- t.
JONES & C (WH.L
250 and 252 Mngazine at..nnar ied
Undertakers and Embalmers. '
All business entrusted to the flien will r oel
orompt and careful attention at mw.ierae rates.
COrrrawes to hire. . 7 "
C0W PRAI-COW P. A. .
Choice Carolina Clay Peas,
Clay Mixed, and other varietUe i
0see 201o4 ac0* aEss MA!L.
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