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rrM~adrr Appi rlrw w.UýuoaIpTirh a&> ATau ,4 Y or a.nrnum 610 and at tanm rMt half nua ri If (ptillrlr I v*ry Nntn v g IM)U~ per annum ýýay and at samne rake a y Why anp Rd rtulrttnrnv ADVN~tI!I>UIM@ RwmATU-fl&I~t. S YionlVrtiu0 ante pe suare (ten L ýoo Mre)I ra4 it% h o n ae0nti WI, iit d~ m veris~~n>ý or periodon monthi a ,, rý I wwltR or llnsis Notia 10 (4ntE A a lie, not. n I Nk.liriroi typo. 6 0 ent. n I mO 1 mu. Im 1 mo. 16 0 mo. I ilmo 22 041 7 6O .., 00 044 'Ill 110 1110 Or 6 140 120 444 no 100 170 074 14 V0a 10 2100 406 6 1 6 150 90160 400 60 106 1M0 310 460 944 240 106 16 014 t ma res. o fýRen Ineboý t y )dY AWY1/ Cbeac 110 100 110 100 m00 UMIIO, 69II 30 intes - /hdt ilrltlag In thn. Weekly 11ow OUteasu Dfomorat. Ind 1enmorn) rater the same as for :ý O31 eaf or th. perlid of ofe mouth ° 1,1 II ho, ( m. m. 14 . 6 m n. 131 MO. .... 06 M 112 0 06 N.; 12 31 60 61 0 410 11 40 OD 104 too0 * H 20 1 96 27 414 176 100 4 ~( .8 . 11 4 1( 47 76 106 in ...... s 0 14 106 Ivo...... 114 00 06 16 1 * 11 0I 6 90 106 1f6 *«1 91r5·. 00 100 160 160 1 140 NOTES. .--A Lowell Alderman has booe sentenced to . imprisonment for aid.ing in a prio fight. --Williame College students are prohibited ema taking walks on Bnndqay afternoons. -The new and magnifioent avenue through the .ulleries Oardens in Paris is to be finished by lite let. Men are working upon it dayand elght, on Sundays and on days of festival. ..en. Kiaphs's proposition to supply a force of ngarian officeors and privates to reinforce hs Turkish army has been declined by itedif Ptlah, the Turkish Minister of War. -The King of Spain was coolly received by the people of Valencia. A correspondeht states that ose wae little gniality in the atti.ude of the In habitatlas towards their sovrreign, and that ea.oee a s(ea was to be heard. -The Erng of Arauoania, better known in tlans as IM. Tonnelns, is lying very ill in the Lt. Andrew Hospital at Bordeaux. M. Ton. a~ tas is the son of a Periguoux lawyer, and he i .nt out to Aranoania, in Uhill, some yearn ago, i bldl got himself proclaimed King, but wsee deo hiomsed by the natives within a very short time. ..witserland was one of the last countries of Zurope to feel the effect of the financial depres. Slon which has prevailed almost all over the world. She is now suttering as severely as aeighborlng States. The trouble there began a Short time ago with a panic in railway setocks. Wattehmaking is now very much depressed; and the hotel business has been no unprofitable that si less than twenty.six publio-house proprietors Ia Montreux and Geneva have already filled. Sh euaffring is so great that the government, in erder to find work for the starving people, has Ssgdertake the construction of public roads on a mtech larger scale than at any previous time. -The Government of Austria has suggested to the railway companies of that country that lnsure the lives of their passengers on.the met of a small extra charge for fare. At a eleeat conference of railway directors hold for be purpose of consulting upon this preposition, e was agreed to offer to insure first and second -las, passuengrs at the rate of 9 kreusers for eery journey, and those of the third class for I kreaser. The amount of ilsurance in the a.mer case is to be 8000 florins, and in the latter 0 fsorins. In United .tates money the preo adums will be 9 and 4% mills repectively, and are amount of insurance $8t94 and $1811. ..-..ilk-Typhoid I It isn't a pleasant name, yet ts b.•glsh dootors are using it freely in their daesaoseation of diseases. The medical officer s Burnley has reported 50 oases of typhoid fever the me of bad milk supplied from a given . t Islington the medical officer reports eimultaneon occurrence of 15 oases in his to one "milk-walk," the rest of the dis osaepiag the disease. The typhoid poison the milk was traced instantly to a well, water of which the milk pails and utensils sed." Medical men, when there are Dsexplained outbreaks of typhoid fever, te the coincidence of the outbreak k supply. the trouble Is widely ex cases having ooourred at Idv lasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester sall The premises of those who sup ply it is held, should be included within the ghasl sanitary regulation. DAMAGES. A a usband Makes Money Out of Sts Wife's Msltertuae. [New York Herald.] nary 5, 1875, Mrs. Geo. Kane, of . Grand avenue, Brooklyn, was ng a Flushing avenue oar at thb ton ferry, when the cat suddenly - trowing the lady to the ground. Abe ed an injury to the spine of a ent nature. Last year Mrs. brought suit in the OCity Court the oompiny and recovered a et for two thousand seven hundred . Her husband then brought suit the same court to recover $10,000 aes for the loss of the services of wife, through her inability to per her usual domestic duties. The case was tried before Judge Reyn i fall, when the jury gave him a r $3500. On application of the ta' counsel, Winchester Brit verdict was set aside as ex d a new trial was ordered. the cause was re-tried before ison, Counselor Morris ap the plaintiff. The jury gave or the plaintiff in the sum of e case will be again appealed dants. way.his little poem; a to pub ish do not aet it; I'am through nu shadl never know him -' bed tee golden baske'. Bone to ke comnmuniocaton written on < lstreetL b0UTtES M*1w LauseIase . Tramps are Bumerous hltShreveport. Rapides parish scrip is worth forty cents. Mixed weather prevails in the Attn. kapas. Mprlng ducks are three for twenty-five cents in Avoyelles. A fifteen toot alligator was killed in Red lRiver Just in front of Shrcveport, the other day. Neat year's riee crop In tlaqutemin parish will be mugh larger than that of the past season. Pneumonia and kindred diseases of the lungs and throat are reported to be very prevalent in Uala.ogeu puarish Just now. The Quantfco plantation, Rapides par ish, was sold by the Sheriff last batur day, and brought only $5500. It con tained 1800 acres. Real estate in Plauemines parish, Judging from recent sales made, has de preoiated fully fifty per cent in value In the last five years. The omelals of Madison parish, all Radiosls, gladly accept commiusions sent by the Nicholls government, with but one exception. Strange to say, some small farmers that have gone into banana culture in Avoyelles parlsh have made a decided success of It this year. Antoine Goudreau died at Cottonport in Avoyelles last Monday of smallpox. iHe had brought It direct from New Or. leans and it Is feared has Inoculated the disease and scattered it over the parish. As we thought, after asserting a dozen times that the peach crop of the earish had been utterly destroyed and taking it back as often, the MarksvilleruBllet't finally hits on a happy medium and Ido dlares it is "kind of so and kind of aint." The Macon lhaconr favors D. 0. Hum phreys for Governor. The fruit crop of northeastern Missis sippi is entirely destroyed. The Board of Supervlsors of Amite county have resolved to hire out Insol vent prisoners. All the cases of small-pox have died out in Pike county. It was brought from New Orleans last January in an excursion triln. A Mr. U. J. Green, of White Oak, in the northern part of Coplah county, cultivated two acres tin Louiliana sugar cane, making 076 gallons of syrup,worth $449. MisissulpDp plantations sold for taxes under RadloalI rule are being rapidly redeemed. One lot of three thousand acren, near Natchez, was redeemed by the owner only last week. A burglar broke into the store of Ilyman Brothers, Summit. The store contained a large quantity of money a great deal of Jewelry, etc. The thief apparently rummaged through all of these, for they were found topsy-turvoy, pell-mell, and yet refused to take any thing but a very ordinary suit of clothes, although he might haye walked oft with property worth several thou sand dollars. Hero's honesty for you. One Von Bates, colored, living in Amite county, having been arrested under an indictment for retailing, be came so much troublou by the circurn stance that he attemlpted suicide by tying a tope around his neck, the other end to the limb of a tree and then jumping out. His aiml would have been accomplished very sleodily had It not been that a colored friend happened along and out him down just before life was extinct. Four negroes, charged with the mur der of Mr. Lowry, wbich occurred some three weeks since, were arrested and brought to Greenville yesterday. Mr. Lowry was manager on the Solitaire plantation, in the lower portion of Pike county, owned by Miss Knox. From revelations of some of the negroes .on the place, it seems that all the laborers on it are implicated; and that the mur der was deliberately designed and planned, and carried out in the most brutal manner. Mr. Lowry was enticed into one of the cabins at night, and then overpowered and led out and beaten with clubs and axes until he was sup posed to be dead; giving evidence of life, however, he was then shot through the brain. The object stated in confessions of some of those impli cated was, that they did not wish any manager on the place. Truly a horrible crime. Texas UaIveston is now coamoring zor jet ties. The Marshall Herald has become a daily. There are seven candidates for the mayoralty in Navasota. The Texas and Paciflc depot at Fort Worth is to be built at once. Rothschild who murdered his mis tress, Bessie Moore, has been surrender ed by Ohio to Texas authorities. The position of Recorder of Browns ville is worth $66 a year, and yet there are a half a dozen candidates for the office. Sheriff Noble, Harris county, recoent ly broke up a den of horse-thieves near Houston, and killed one of the leaders, named Andrew Washington. Mr. Wentworth, Surveyor of Kendall county, is locating a hundred or more land certificates on account of the Texas Land and Immigration Company of St. Louis of which Hon. B. Gratz Brown is President. This company will sell the lands, when located, at the rate of forty cents per acre, and present the purchaser of a section of 640 acres a free ticket from St. Louis to Austin and re turn. On Thursday afternoon of last week, two cousins named McQuerters, came to Dallas with a lot of horses stolen in the vicinity of Spring Hill. Immedi ately after them came two gentlemen who lived near Cedar Hill, who were in pursuit of stolen horses. In attempting to arrest the McQuerters they made fight, and after the first fire fled. They were pursued. One of the thieves was wounded, and falling from his horse, was captured.. The other man's horse fell, and he escaped into the woods. Horse thieves are becoming numerous in the State. Mush and Milk, 142 danal at eet. The old and rehable Piper-Heidsieck. DOUBLE DAILY.--O and atter dunday next. the 4th inst, the Jackson Road will have two passenger Crains daily, running to sad from the city, mLkting connetttons for all poimt liorth, East and West. Bumax ' sa .LAs Exrracr.-The supers ' these e s is Oier prfse ,, .greas asre warrated o.th Trrwble aSt liat nMUMrtta., 'rxarn-A rwilts wlsh ther lrate. tIN T, Herald.) S',. LeAttis, Ma~rh 10 .--The Apaches are raising the very mischief down on the Colorado river near the town of Double Mountain, 'txas. A short time agro a wagon belongingt to Drahs & iop klns was llrod upon by a party of Apa che brtve, bur. a determined stand being made the cowardly "reds" drew off. The afternoon asuoceeding the at tack upon the Wagon, a hunter niamed Mtrhral-il-,TJe I~ at -ws pt-s. tAr desperate reslssanoe by the same band, his wagon burned, horses stolen and himself killed and soalped and thou horribly mtltilated. Upon receiving intelligence of Jewell's murder at Double Mountain a party of eight of the murdered man a oomrades started out to avnge his death, ominewhat indlsoreet, they found themselves surrounded by nearly loo0yelling, painted demons, who im mediately charged upon them. Nothing daunted at this seeming certainty of death the brave eight repelled the charge and charged In return, cutting through the lines of the enemy, killing four or them, and with the loss of but one man, an old hunter named Spotting Jack, who being wounded In the knee and havingt hisahcre shot from under him, was left to the tender mercy of the enemy, The party then returqed to Double Mountain, when a detachment of fifty men were raised,*whleh Imme diately started on the trail. Nothing has been hoard of them since they started but when they return they will no doubt have a good report to make. The Apaches in that region are very in solent, and have several titmes threat ened the safety of various ranches in that neighborhood. A LIfEKIY MONTH. Tile Hawallan Islands Treated to 5evo eral Dltmturtbness. IN. Y. Triblune. February was a lively month in the Hawaiian Islands. On it. Valentine's Day, Mauna Lao br'ke loose without, a moment's warning. The ltiames burst from the shell of the old crater and at column of illuminated smoke shot I0,0004 feet into the air. On Feb, 24, at subrua rine volcano found vent near the en trance of Kealakeakulh llay-tho sceno of Capt. Cook's death. About a mile from the shore jets of red, green, and yellow fire leaped from thoe sea; col umns of steam and spray were res rion dent with rainbow tints; a rumbling noise was heard like the grindlng of rooks In a freshet; blocks of ncoandes cent, porous lava two feet square were brought to the surface, where they loated until they wore cool; the water boiled and emlttoct hot vapotr. The eruption apparently came from a seatrm a mile long in the bottom of t he sea. . -*4-.- 4* .-- .. . The Irillttl Army. The effective strength of the iBritishl army by arms on the 1st of December last was 183,745, the average in j875 be ing 184,t009. The averago during 1875 of the dliforent branches of the service is as follows: Householdl cvalry 1,282; Cavalry of the Line 10 112; lRoyal -lorn Art Illery 5,520; iloyal Artillery 28,702; Royal Engineers 5b647; Foot, (uards r,,rto4 Infantry of the Line 115,257; (ol onial Corps 2,208); Army Servico Corps :,oo002; Army Hospital Corps 1,'29. 'The efflltive strength oq the lst of January, 1876, was 183,979. During the year 1875 tihe army was thus dlstributed : Englandl 60,479; .oot.lait d 4,173: Ireland 2:1.541. The net. loss from desertion was 2,421, or a percentage of 24. In 1874 the percent ago was 27. Blalt*rnnlrr FAVIAtonto EiXTIATr.--Aro rused and endorsed by theu ebt hotels ootfootioners, groo.nr and the first famllles it n ti o Lnnerv. ii ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -- II 1 - lr - ii |li IN URtANs B NOTICti. ANNUAL STATEMENT -or Tus- NEW ORLEANS INSURANCE CO.. Up to De.mnner 81. 1876. ESTABLISHED IN Isoo. Fire preomums.............. .........828.879 12 Marine premlums ......... ...... 68.924 91 River premiums... ................ .. sia30o 6o Total amount of premiums ".. " ..........84294 6. Less unearned and return premiums. 95,752 94 Net earned premiums ...................1.s.l,781, Add interest and discount .............. 24.047 87 8858.429 02 Deduct- Fire losses ...................899.49 74 Marine losses .............. 67.162 90 River losses..... .......... 24.746 Net losses................186,8 6244 Reinsuranoes.......s $18,87 0 Rebate............... 46. 1 Board of Under writers, general expenses. State and city taxes.... 62.620 89 117,909 08 8 $804.272 09 Reserve for unsettled claims. ,o00oo 00 -------820.272 01 Net profits for 187.................... 29.150 9 ASSETS OF THE COMPANY. Valued at their cash market value: Beal estate............... ...... 118.162 77 Punited States bonds. City Railroad Company, city and J. and G. N. R. 1. first mortgage, bank and insurance stocks .................................. 15s,00 Bills receivable (premiums).......... 11,758 74 First mortgage notes and pledge notes lo,8760 06 Cash In bank ........... ............ ...... 86.975 89 Premiums in course of collection...... 47.58 96 Amounts due by insurance companies 8,207 82 8674,418 66 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 knowledge and belief. New Orleans, 12th January, 1877. W. A. BELL. H. GALLY, E. MERTI4H. A SCHRIEBER. The above statement is a true and correct transcript from the books of the company. J. TUYES. President. J. W. HINcs,s. Secretary. tworn to and subscribed befor me. this 17th day of January, A. D. N L77. JOHN L. LARESCHE. Third Justice of the Peace. At a meeting of the Board of Directors. held this day. it was resolved r- pay the semi-an, ual interest dividend of five per cent on the capital stock to the stockholders, or their legal repre sentatives. on aad alter the .fist Mbondt of Fe brar next J. W. HINOS, secreta Januaat. 1.1 BUNr MUTUAJI INSUIIIANEl COMPANY. Paid Up Capital, S6O)IO,600. FPOM THE TWENTY-FIPST ANNUAL STATEME1NT 10lt 19t Not annual earned pro mlule and Dlreouuts etlh .r ..a .......... . 77,01 94 , rt1i9vd fund 1o0,oo, lrhdt Nt, Prot.......... . " la7 tit A c, ýta ot y0b((f e.i) inark.t valu9' 1Bt rki, -n1tn. Lonnm nna Dills1t.wuLlvalllr I.......... 099,099 79 Valh of hand and premt t1m0 n 1 ouroe of t'.,l e Dlvldeotd oald on otook ten por noot tr an num, andn U rfltfolvatintl1 poliolnr twont r Do. H. AaOtrPtUl llo retary. ail ly Thin o lr arn rnila elo pany. laulpg loli ohl f FillW ifor ýw q armo rltfTk n t e moo MEJWANTI' MUTUAL INBUBAQOE CO OF NEW OBlANLD , 104 ............ Canal trwet ..........1.. 4 TWENTY-SEOOND ANNUAL STATEMENT. In conformity with the ronttlrements of tbeir charter the (ompany publish the following stateimont: Promiunm rcn.lvod durlne the year ending May t1. 1970, lnoludilng unearned vremlumts of the previous rear On Fire Blak ........................0.410,446 01 On arlnol$+ :.......................... a17,e07 On Ivor ......................... 0,704.1 Total Premln. .................. 000,910 es Unearnod Preimliu ......... 114,604 a Net rnod P je lume l.et May. m1.7.. 64,91 8n Mfroniseke ..........0.,911,42 On Biver . i.. ......... ,. 96,460 79 9101.061 17 T1 .11illl1 nmlum .. ..... 14,14e 2 £Elftnrns an't fiftoon f or -(lnt Bobato Lts Intaroet. 51,46 49 --* 11,0101 Profit................ ......... m....7e,10 3 Tho Qompany have tho followlna Asset'M 1 na ........................... 017,010 s9 ank tallrowd andti o totn.ý .. 10,12.2 otemlred by mrtaleand pie o1.N,14 it tren lvabo ......... .... . 6,10 9 re umol.n Nou. .o.rote.oot.. ....... ,41 ins rawene to ... , .. 1.4800, 4tn* o.fVlot n T Dc o aV,.. 1r ;p 10,400 04 $toonMnr nriDry ok and bhlp tar d da0 4,4000 st . tBoz71N Oddt o Jow' ,l,.. 5,c00 o f. onhma.d........................... 96.818 21 *1.0t4.714 -1 Tho abovo statentmopt1 a Just. trmie and oow root transcript Iron th iAtoK o! her ikAptuny 0. W. NOTT. Horotadry. 18TATE O1 WUSIANA. Parish of Orlhans, City of N0w roans. lornm to and unbeoribod beforo me. tiel d day oi june. leT0. 0 JAMES FANEY. Notary Public. At an meeting of the Board of Dirotl ohd a, o the 8tonooktoldr. on emaind. P 1m_ O3iT interoet on their stook. DIIIEOTOII8: 1019 t________ TWENTY.SB VENTH ANNUAL STATE. MENT --O TaE BESBOENT MUTUAL INSUBANCE OM.1. PANT. New Orleans. Mar o. 1876. The trustees, in conformity to the amended charter, submit the. following statement of the affairs of the company on thle SthApril. 1876: Fire premiums............ o01,006 24 Marine premiums....... 87,488 87 iver remums.......... 114,818 2-488,a800 rrneouprmiums leess; r'etn viance and re turn premiums ..... .8f 6 Loses paid and esti mated. including all known and unpaid: pn fire.........56,980. 10 Marine ........ 18988 On river....... 71,471 90--41473.80 I Taxes. expenses, re bate in lieu of par ticipation, less inter est. discount, eto..... a3,8 11- Os1,116 Leaving, after paying to per cent in oash interest on capital stoca. profitse........ . W21 16 The oompany have the owing assets: Bills receivable8. .......7.. 8.78 75 Loans on bond and mort ga.o.................... s,la 1-le.10s nL on pledge at call..... 120,711 .7 . 6788 04- 15.008 41 B*15a estate ..... ...............1 2.064 d City bonds, bank and other stocks..... 4s6,164 00 Premiums in course df oollection...... r.eu 1 Total assets ..........................s.0 I The above statement is a true and oorre_ transoript from te boo of the om n rTHO.A ADa. President. HENRY V. OGDEN. Secretary.Pr Sworn to and subsoribed before me thi lotn day of Ma.187. WH. IL HOLMEB, second Justice of the Peace. parish of Orleans The Board of Trustees resolved, That after paying the annual interest of p t o the canital stock of the oompany, at a divliend efTWENTY PEBfNT bepwalI in cash on after the 12th day of June nert, tothoe partiee insuring with the company enftiled to recdv the same. TBUSTR . TBUUSTUE. Thos A. Adams Edw'd P "bury. 8Smn B. ewman no. . ing. ram'l H. Kennedy Fred'k Camerden, John Phelps, L. Harri Adam Thomson, Andrew Stewart. Henry Abraham. Joseph Stone., P. N. Strong. George Martin, Victor Meyer Alfred Mounton Joseph Bowling L. Co.Jurey SJ. Gay, Edward Nalle,. Jno. I. sandidge, Geo. W. Sentell. Simon Hernsheim, A. Levi. Simon Forcheimer, John Brunaso, Joe. B. Wolfe. Wm. H. Matthews B. B. Post, John V. Moore. Paul H. Mortimer. mva 'E Southern Shoe Factory OF JOHh HANSEN, $8 and 5a Canal street, New Orleans. TO ALL SOUTHERN CITIZENS. I am of the same opinion as yourselves and am determined to help build up the manufae turtn, interest of our native State in order to help the laboring classes and keep the money, Whiceh would otherwlse go to the North, at home. About amear ago I started my aanendb vb e ben entbledlo ESTABLISHED IN 1825. Corner Delord and Constance Street. ---0 ------ +WIs AE1PrtEAifPAR- DO MANiVPAjLOTUJt - - . Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar Mills, Furnaces for Burning Bagasse, Vacuumn Pans, Clariflers and Filters, SAW MILLS, OOTTON PRES8E8, NEWELI, 0CIPEWH. ,TUDSON'S GOVYAl NORS, GIN GEARING, FURNACE MOUTIIHS, ORATE BA18, AIL KINDUJ (rP PLANTATION AND STEAMBOAT WORK, Anld every descriptiol of Machinery for the looth. We her to -alml acpniI) ttnttentl to our lanIete touk otf iAR RHUAR TTL.. I.avlJ.a nhopsfl ithn rntlir' stonk of tho Met sit'O r ln Wokll of ennrmece, f,r whl'h Mr. E. lJ*.. bivrn was formorly 1grnit (ani the only etonuine Tennam.mon Kottlnm In i hlt ]ar.r , 1h) tOffr the mare for pnl.n as wall as those of Our own mauufacturn, prior list of Wat we w hill te Dplitwld to furnish upon avplloftn. fonltt LEEI)S & CO. SOLD ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS! "AV1 eme. iRAND PRIZEl _ - EDAL ------AND +*-*O CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION 187.. AS THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACIiUNE. Its competitors receiving only an award for some special feature of their macluined. The Worlnrellow~ n Wilson Shottle Sewin[ Machisne Has Unlimited Capaclty to do all kinds of Family Sewing and Manufacturlng, ITS PATENT AUITOMATIC "CUT OFF" on the hand wheel pr(evetnI the ma chine from running backwards, and obviates the necessity of taking the work from the machine to wind thread on the bobbins, which must be done with a1l other Sewing Machines, to the great annoyance of the operator, especlally la tucking, hemming and raifling. It does one-third more work in a given lcngth of time than any other Sewlnag machine. WITH EVERY MOTION of the FOOT the MACHINE MAKEH SIX STIT(CQES, Thro Wilmon Mohines will do as mtch Iok isn one ly a four other biau It requires no special Instructlons to use It; an Illustrated DI)recton Book Is furnished with each machine. IT CANNOT GET OUT OF ORDER, AND THE AQJUSTMENTS ARE ABSOLUTELY PERFECT. A properly executed Certificate is furnished with each machine, guarasteeing to keep it in repair, free of charge, for nve years. Machines sold on easy terms of payment, and delivered, free of charge, at any I'ailroad Depot is to United States where we have no Agents. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. s- Agents Wanted. For full purticularu call or 'iJdress WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO., 189 Oanal Street, NEW OtLEF.1 TIlE NEW ORLEANS Sanitary Excavating Co., (Incorporated by an act of the Legislature, with exclusive privilege of EMPTYING VAULTS, PRIVIES, 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 of the Odorless Excavating Apparatus. 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 shortspace of time required (an ordinary sink being emptied in from ten to fifteen minutes) and, above all, ITS CHEAPNESS. All orders left at the Company's office, No. Common street, or sent to Postoffice box No. 913. will receive prompt attention, mhl8 1m Varieties Billiard Hall, Corner Canal and Dauphine streets. Entrance on Dauphine street. EIght of H. W. Collender's Bevel geyle Tables. PRICES OF BILLIARDS: Daytime ............................ 50 Cents, Nighttime............................... 6 Cents. LOUIS ABRAMS. froprietor. de24 Su t al DR. F. FORMENTO, Has returned to the city and resumed the prac tice of his profession. Office and Residence--No. 95 Royal street. Consultation Hours from 12 m. to 2 p. m. mfe2 1m ISTRY. VARIE'PIEW THEATRE. THE LADIES' THEATBRE CANAL STBRET. NEW O[IZ.ANS, FOR RUNT, For the Season of 1777-78. and season followfar, it desired. This theatre is new, spacious. completely Sal superbly equipped in every respect, and Is aeiM - eligibly located on the principal and most 14 , lonable thoroughfare in the eity. Address WILL STEVEN. Secretary La Varleto Assocflatlo mhl2 at mo tou n NewOrleean, ,s LEED' FOUNDRY., [BTABLISIIED IN 1 asJ Omeur Delord an Foeshr setme a . NEW OBLEANS. We are repaied to manufactare STrAM ENGIas, BOILRxs Su.aiz MILLS, oSUGAR K R DRAININx MAcOIN.s,8 AW GOrroN Passes NEWLL 11. Gzm G)asme, FPEl.cA Mo' GRATr Baas, JsUeox's and all kinde ei Plantation and I and every description of mhs am d&wI Neat Stalls Nos. 87 & 88 Nagazie NarhL Bupplies Shins. Families. Hotels., etc.. with EGGS, VLGETABL.B, V@WIA, SANDr Pork, Sausages l TrIdpe..s.,I And everything the market affords. MARTIN LANNES. Jr., ButIher. Vegetable Stalls Nos. 121 & 124 Magazine MaNem fee A Third of a Century. J. B. TIXET, with E. VIriU CHINA, GLAMsWABE. AhD HING GOODS. to the Pte' oaf