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latern Skse if ileaI.Est*te, Stocks, Et.,
TO TAXI PLACG AT ThE
*T. ( UA3LN$ AVVTION iXCflAN(f3.
--ON-
malIy, 3Ma'rb 3I--To elose the H1uecosslon
of the late firm of Abat k. Cienere s--_ he
tract of Land or l'lantation below Al
,et.having about 10 aIrprent front on
the M0iseilipl river, and 1t betwetr the
lantatlons of Messrs. Lueptre and F'ra
T'heb M.are of Ground bounded by Blen
vile, Conti, G onos and Clarke streets,
oOdI tent Tow Boat., ltidlroad and otlhr
qth w,.o-Story Brlck Store and Dwelling,
-frming the N. W. cuorlier of Conti and
r1urguldyi streets
The hend.ome doute tenement Brick Cot
tage. Nos. ste and 210 Esplanade, betwcen
)farafs and Villore streets.
To close the estate of J. HI. O'Grady-Thne
qtore and dwelling No. 434 Common.
forming the corner of Common ntd e3cr
trand, and opposite the lHotel J)ieii.
Tb. double one-story trame cottag. No. 447
lrantlin, next to the corner o . 4uterpo
street,
lratS t. April T--For the shnceesslon of Ann
Bintlair et als--TI'h two-story frame
dwelling Mlo. oes Baronne, between Cal
liope and Ctlo streets.
hr the suoeession of the late Thoophllus
dash-The a firstetlas Three-Story Brirck
Jidonces, designated by the Nos. 223
L Joseph street, 3 and 2a7 Carondelet
street. and for ming the northwest corner
Sarondelet and St. Joseph streets.
oloohomes for arlstoorale andt pro
eelonal residence, safe and productive
nvestment.
for the suocesslon of A. Wris--The Double
Tenement Frame Cottage on Washing
ton between St. Patrick and St. Denis
reets; that spacious proporty forming
e southeast corner of Perdido and
Frnklin streets, known as Bleakley's
4Jiriage Works, and by the Nos. 115a and
117 Perdido straet, a double tenement,
newly built brick cottage.
Thethree Two-story tram Dwellings. so
oharmilngly located on the it. w. corner
of St V harles and Erato streets. deaLi
nated by the Nos. 45., at7 and l4. St.
Charles street.
iltansl4y, yill 14-To pay morgnk , by oon
rnt of partle, the Double l'cnmont
.amo Co'tage Dwelling frmli g thie S.
o corner of Second and tt. D)avid streets.
I wo-tor ry Frame )welling, No. ot7
Slrat boetween Dryades and n t. Uenis
rstreets.
?oar fine Builditg Lots, formin the north
WeStLoruer aof t. David and sirst streets,
and all nlear the church of It. Francas
and the Second Street Market.
That choice h nvestment, Store and.Cottage
Prporty, ormg the southwest corner
of Baronne and third streets, known by
the Nos. 587 634 and ate Baronne street
and by the Nos. 318, 170 and 371 Third
street.
The handsome and modernly arranged two
atory Brick Dwelling, with tlhree lots
Ne. at Oonstance. between Thalia and
Erato streets.
The substantial and spacious three-s'ory
Brick Dwelllng, known as the late
"Macs'" Institute, on Bourbon, between
It. Louis and Toulouse streets.
For terms and full particulars,. see official and
kWeripttve advertlsemnents and plans at tho
me of the Auctioaeer, s1 CamL street.
snhj7 tf
O0 DOT A DART?
A a.n Franeisceo elee Interviewed by a
Feo.reear Old.
[San Franeieoo Chronicle.]
On one of the delightful days last
week a young lady well known in the
exclusive first circles of San Francisco
aeolety for unrivalled personal charms
and elegance of accomplishments, was
driven around to make a congratulatory
4a11 upon a married lady who was hap
pily convalescent from that occasional
sacred event in the lives of wedded la
dies, which, far from being a sickness, is
perfect culmination of their healtn.
Ihe was shown into the parlor, and for
the few minutes required to arrange for
her reception in the room where mother
and. child were doing as well as could
be expected, was left with no other to
entertain her than the only son and
heir to the house, Master Charles, then
in his fourth year. But Charles was
equal to the situation, and promises to
grow up into an ornament of society
that will never be abashed by beauty,
however brilliant, into the painful neg
attir of "no conversation." After some
nmesmential preliminary remarks, Mas
tar Charles approached nearer the visi
tor and, lowering his tone into the con
fdential, asked:
" Miss -, oo dot a baby ?"
The young lady gave one swift glance
around to assure herself that there was
no other hearer to this pertinent ques
tion and replied:
"No, Charlie, dear, I have not."
"And did oo never have a baby ?"
In spite of the youth of her interlocu
tor, her handsome eyes dropped before
his ingenuous gaze, and her pretty face
flushed as she replied :
"No Charles, I never did. Is not
this a beautiful day ?"
"And ain't oo never doin to have no
baby ?" persisted Charlie, declining to
enter on the tempting conversational
side-track of the weather.
"My boy, I can't tell. Tell me all
the names of whom these are the pho
tographs."
And don't oo want a baby ?"
"Why Charlie, boy, what a close ques
tloner you are. If you are not careful
yoa will grow into one of those news
paper interviewers, and then what will
rhour mamma think of you ?"
"Because" continued Charley, ut
terly refusing to be switched off, "I
know where oo tan det one. The doc
tor brought my mamma one, and he
keepth them in his oflth. You juth do
down Ellith street to Martet street, and
then oo do down Martet thtreet to Tar
ney thtreet ever so far, and den oo do
up a lot of thairth and thath where he
teeps 'em. And they're awful cheap,
too, My papa hathn't paid for my
meamma s baby yet, but heth doin to."
Well Charlie, I'm sure I am much
obligd to you for your full directions,
and 'll know just where to go."
"Oh, Mith-- oo needn't do. I'll tell
lIy papa juth ath soon ath ever he tums
home that oo want a baby, and he'll det
lone for oo, and"
Tnat young lady seized that little boy
his two shoulders, and, leaning over
as to look full into his eyes, she said,
an impressiveness lent by sudden
terror:
BSee here, Charlie; listen to me. I
don't want any baby yet, and if you
ever say anything about it to your papa
I'll never like you any more at all, at
all, never, never, never. Now, will you
promise?"
"Well it oo don't want a baby, I
won't: but I to't everybody liked to
have babieth. I do."
The interview was here terminated by
the entrance of a servant to usher the
visitor into the presence of the con
valescent lady.
MNn's, Bove' AND Yours's CIOTH.NO.-Mesers"
Nerks, Levy & Co. will sell to day a larg« assort
ient of clothing and furnishing goods. see
their advertieement in another column.
New parasols in great variety are offered cheep
at the special iale of M. L. Byrne & Co., on Sat
laay, the S1lt.
In good old times importations of Piper.
naiielok one year reached 68 000 baskets.
4 aEma Oo oues is f ll-d in elegantboWes
d pitor finish and beauty-in tbemsd's a
euamsmt. It is a brief time, ·aair a
7a1f e as t
COW PEAS, CO W PEAS.
Cholce Osrolina Clay PEAP.
Clay mixed and other varieties.
000 TONG COTTON BREID MEAL.
For sale by
A. A. OBREENWOOD , CO..
mh ,u Fr Ha Bu Im 47 Magazine street.
MANHATTAN ,i.UB.
Every member of this organization is ex
pevted to be present at it s next meeting.
latarday Evenlag, Marrch 31,
at the rooms of the Club, No. !7 Magazine street.
By order of
COL. C. E, WHITNEY. President.
(]ae. J..1. MELT,o01. L. P. Q. tnht;II it
W. W. WASIIBUIN,
ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER,
I13 oanal street.
Opposite Clay Statue, New Orleans.
Mr. WASHBURN is himself an artist of
twenty-five year4 experience, and is supported
in each department b a corps of assistant
Eho have no superiors in this or the Old World.
He is the master of his business, Beside
employing the best artists he uses the best
materials and maaes the best work on the Con
tinent. y my call this
BLOINtnen HIS OWN HORN."
but for proof he refers you to his thirty theous
and patrons and to his work. which may be in
spected at his Art Gallery. fe lItdv _
Notice.
HALL HOME Hoox Ann LAnuoIi FR1 Co . 1,.
Sixth DIstrlie.
New Orleans, March 2t,. 1877.)
The offlcers and active members of the above
company are hereby ordered toassemble at the
Truek House on SATURDAY, March 81, at 8 A.
M, sharp, fully eqgipped, to partleipate in the
Annual Parade.
Exempt and honorary members, and also
invited &uests are respectfully requestod to be
punctual in attendance.
By order of C. C. Pra., Foreman.
J. A. H. DrcLPA)N.
mhao `t Secretary.
TAXES AND LICENSES
PAID BY
F. R. SOUTBMAYD.
NO. 18 UNION sTREBT.
Desk in Messrs. Oonri & Bzi.t L's offie. Or
ders respectfully sol lted. mht29 tf
See Colored shirt Window.
NEW STYLES AT $I 00 EACII,
-AT
LEIGHTON'S,
O(raer Canal ard St. Charles streets.
mh~a
NEW ORLEANS
CROQUET AGENCY!
REDUCED PRICES.
-FOn-
Seasic on of 1377.
O'LY .sl
-FOIR-
A Complete Hard Maple Set.
PERFECT GOODS, WELL FINISHED.
Eight Ealls and Mallets, neatly painted Stakes,
Arches, etc.. complete in a neat box. (heapest
set made.
For $2 50
A full set, s Balls and Mallets, full size, and var
nish ed Arches and Stakes painted. The best set
FOR TIHE MOIEY ever made. Also a dozen
other styl-s to select from, at prices ranginl
from $1 50 to $15 per set. New line just reneived
for season of 177. at lessthan wholesale prices
at
110 and 112 Camp StrVet,
ROBT. J. HARP, Agent.
Call for Descriptive Price List.
mht5 lw
HASH!
FOR TIIE PUBLIC.
If you like HASH, you will soon have an op
portunity of gratifying your appetite.
THE "CONTRABAND CHILDREN"
are about to give a minstrel performrance, at
which they will distribute that most mysterious
and wonderful article.
I am happy to state that the BLACKING used
by them is not "Blxby's Best."
Respectfully, ELDEST CHILD.
P. 8.-This will be charity hash,. but don't
mention It! mh25 2930
DUCONGE DRUG STORE
A. CARROUCHE,
89 Chartres Street,
Products of French Pharmaceutic, received
by steamer Hannover.
A complete assortment of
FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES,
most in vogue, such as Elixir Bonieanu. Dcroe,
Pepslne, Hyiphium Cyronaicum, Dehaut's Pills,
Orossnier's Anti-Neuralgia. Blaneard & Leroy's
Preparations. Dr. Churchill's. Laville's. etc.
For sale by A. CARROUCHE.
mch4 im .a Chartres street.
RECOGNIZED OFFICIALLY
AND BY PUBLIC OPINION THAT THE
Steinway, Knabe and Pleyel
A-re the
LEADING PIANOS
Of the World.
Convince yourself by calling at the General
Agency at
GRUNEWALD HALL,
Where you will find the Largest and Best Be
lections of all kinds of
MUTSICAL INSTR UMENTS
AT LOWEST PRICES and EASIEST TERMS
Brass Iastrumea, S.ritas, Aeeordee.s,
Muda Boxes, Muste. of my own
Importaitls, at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
It is in your interest to call on me before pur
chasing elsewhere.
LOUIS GRUNEWALD,
14, 16, 18, 20 and "J Bareane Street.
foi 2dplv
- - ----- - -- ------- --~~~ -- - ---- -
How to Get a New Sewing
Machine Cheap.
GO TO J. BOOTH'S
GEH1RAL S-.WN1G MACHINE DEPOT,
614 ringazi-e street, aear Josephine.
Where you will find all the popular Sewing
Ma'hin,ns offered for sale at $20 to $30 below
fomner uric s.
Having iunt completed arrangements with the
different Sewing Machine Companies to buy my
Machines direct from the manufacturers for
cash, and emproving no canvassers, and having
no large salaries or c mmissions to pay, I can
offer greater inducements than any other house
in the city.
I have also a large stock of Second-hand Ma
chine-, all of which have been rebuilt, and a' e
guaranteed eaual to new. I can furnish any
Ma hine required at from $o0 to a$30.
I exchange, rent and repair all kinds of Sew
ing Machines.
a complete stook of Needles Oil, and attach
ments for all eaes. . BOOTH.
em l. uaet tret, New Orleans,
Latlwslsa IA-Lee ,esmaay-SS- Carsii
delet street-New Orleans, March 21 1871--Th
regular annual olectlo of twelve direetors of
this company, to serve turing tbe ensung y'ear,
will be held at this offle between the hours fa
11 a. in. and 1 p. m., on MATUIII)AY. April 7.
l77. Transfer books will he closed on and after
April 1, 7177. M. A. TAILETON,
mh2 td_ t . aeretarv and Treasurer.
Office Factors' and Traders' Insurance
Company. No. 31 Carondolet street--New Or
leans. March 24. 1;7.- In conformity with arti
cle sixth of the chartr, an i.lptlion will be held
at this officoeon MONDAY. the ath of April next,
et.ween the hours of 11 o'clock a. In. and 2
o'clock p. in., for twenty-five trustees, to serve -rr:
such for the ensulin F. WALKEr,.
TfIOHAI 4 F. WALKEtR,
mh2r51 it HI-'rcretnrry.
To the Iake - Office of New Orleans
City Tailroar Company, No. 124 ('nnal street
New Orleans. March 1+, 1s77.---Unltl further no
tice the afternoon trains for the Lake will leave
the city overy hour, from 3 to 7 o'clock. The
last train will leave the Lake End at a o'clock.
mh(2o tf . C. C:. I,EWI4, ,t4cretary.
Oflies of New Orlemnq CIly itallrond (Corn
pany. No. 124 Canal streett, New Orloans. M.arc
15, 177l.--At a meeting of the Board of D)iretors,.
held on the 14th instant a dividend of Three
Dollarsn pr share was dt·lared. ayable to the
stockholders on arind after MbNDeY, April 2,
1577. All transfers of stock for ten days previ
ous to that date must Ie ex-dividend,
mhls Id O. It. IEWIS. Hneretary.
Omee of Crescent Mutual Insurance
Company. New Orleans. March 12, 1877--In con
formity with the fourth article of the amended
charter, an election of Trustees, to serve one
year from the first Monday in June next., will te
held at the office of the company, on MONDAY,
the 2d d.y of April, 1877. between the hours of
12 m. and 3 o'clock EimT V. CODEN,
IAibl tel hecretary. -
New O:-leans, March 1, Ii'7.-Nottce is
hereby given that the interest of Mr. P. R.
MATT HIWS in our firm ceases from this date,
we having purchased tihe same.
mhl Im FLA$H, LEWIB & CO.
WANTS.
W ANTED TO I'UTtCHAHE-WITIIN THE
boundary of Fellcity ltoad. Napoleon Av
enol, C'onstance and Isaronllo streets, a house.
with two or more lots of ground. Pr iee not to
exceetd RSr-i; one-fllth cash; balane in live
years; interest six ter cent. Arlddress J. t. D.,
Democrat ol .I, gi'inKg partleulars, deseri tiion
and locrality. mrh.o it
WANTED- BY AN AflI,E-ttODIEl'. WHOLE
sale and rerall grocerv Clerk ernployrrrent,
in city or country. in any capacity whatsoever.
Unexceptional,le references. A. BI.. I).mocrat
office. mh23 tf
W1TANTED -- HIECOND-ITAND OAItLIAOEH
Sand biuggies. Any one having such, andr
wishing to dllspose of thoem can flnd ready
sale for them by calling on L. T. MADDUX. 3a
Carondelet, street. Also. a full stock of Car
rlages and BuaIgges and a complete stock of the
Japanese Child Cdarriange and Cradle, a most
wonderful combination in short, a full stock
in everything appertaining to the Carriage
business-nil of which will be sold at reduced
prices to suit the times. The community is
most cordially invited to call and oxamino at as
Carondelet street.
mhil sm L. T. MADDT)T)X.
IW ANTED-A .ITUATION A8 A TRAVEL
lng Agent for a Drug House, by a man
who Is fa ltiar with the business, and has ex
tensive aqeiualntance In Louisiana, Mississippi
and Texas. Best New Orleans references given
Address C., Mississippi City, Miss. mh
T'TANTED--BY A HOBER AND INDUS
y trious young man a situation as Watch
man. Porter, Halesman or Driving of any kind:
Is thoroughly acouaintrd in the city, Would go
in the country if desired. Address W, 0 Dem
ocrat office. fetf
LOST -FOUND.
T LOT--CHECK NO. 5a' DRAWN BY THOS.
L1 H. Handy, Civil theriff, on the Canal Bank,
for Forty-Four Dollars. Payment having been
stopped, the finder will oblige by leaving the
same wibh (CHABLES DE FOREST, 0 (Carondoe
let street. (back office.) mh'o 2t
TOTICE----WE CAUTION TIrtI PUBLIC NOT
Ii to purchase any of the following tickets of
the Uavana Lottery. Nr s. s.itk. 11,579i 13.70i and
]4,.t, to be drawn on the 1th of pril, 1877 s'til
tickets having been lost or stolen from the Iegal
holder. Be has taken the necessary steps to stop
the payment should they draw any prizes.
mhtuleat , B(ONIO BBC)TItlI.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE-ONE FIRST-CLASS TICKET
to Richbmond, Va.L, and two first-class Tick
ets to St, Louis, Mo, Inquire at No. 19 St.
Charles street, mhl'
FOR RENT.
TO RENT.-Three elegantly furnished rooms,
in a central location, convenient to two
lines of city railroads, to rent, on very reasona
ble terms.
No more conveniently located or better turn.
Ished appartments can be had in the city.
For particulars call at the oflee of the Duxo.
ORAT.
SEE- SHIRT WINDOWS.
THE BEST $2 SHIRT
IN THE UNITED STATES,
E)'OR S1 50.
At LEIGIITO1'8.
Corner Canal and St. Charles Streets.
mh29
JUST OUT.
THE NEW SHADE -"SULPHUR,"
In Two. Three, Four and Six Buttons
"CHARLES'" KID GLOVES,
The most perfect Glove in the world.
Also, other desirable shades, and a choice lot
of BIlack in the Seamle~s snd Jouvin cuts.
A. G. KREEGER, Glover,
mh2o 4t 149 Canal strent.
SMILLINERY.
Mime Rosa Reynoir,
No9 9......CHARTRES STREET.....No. 9
Takes pleasure in inviting
her patrons, and the ladies in
general, to inspect the large
and elegant assortment of mil
linery,which she selected while in the North,and
French Pattern Bonnets. Hats,
nouveautes, etc., rece'ved direct
from leading Parisian houses.
all of which is offered at most
moderate prices.
a1-Orders carefully and promptly filled and
satisfaction guaranteld.
n-- sn sm RuWd&Fr
See Custom >hirt Window.
HOME MADE TO ORDER.
$2 50 Each.
At LEIGIITON'S,
mrrh, h nor Canal a-,1 Ct. Charles ste,
FOtt. SALE.
A HANDROME PLkCE OF TWO ACRES front
on the beautiful river Teche comprising ce
acres of excel ent. newiy-feAced land. o,f which
so are admirably adaptei to the cultivation of
sugar, cotton, or corn; the balance consisting
of a magnificent m-a.ldow in which the residence
is situated. The whole property will be sold,
consisting of the land above mentioned, and a
residence, kitchen, cabins, stable, vegetable and
fr..it gardens, and all necessary appurtenances.
This offers an excellent opportunity to any one
wishing to raise stoc., or to eut ivate otton or
and sugar mill in the neighboroo. Thi
Kronertv has never been inaadaed. The
deallng-hous f is o.ortably f.urnished and
will be sld with orjwthout furnturel.
It - M.. _marJta. ta .. ]
BIDWELI8 O~AADlIMYO 01 MU1-SI
94 St. Charles street.
The only Theatre open In the city.
P nday, March 25.
And during the week.
Wednesday and Saturda Matinees.
Inag.mnent of the sterling American awtor,
OLIVýBR 0DUD BYRON.
$unday. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Mat
Incn--Barch 2, 20, 27 and 2t-lHe will appear
In the latest London suctess, an entirely new
and original drama of the most powerful in
terest, in four av.t. entit'led' PILENTY OF
MON1Y, or SENTENCED 'TO )EATH.
Weldn,,day and Thursday -March 25 and 29
The drama of power ful interest, entitled
BEN McCOL,LOUIGH.
Frdayv--March :o-Benefit of OLIVFR DOUI)
BYiRO(N, when will be presented the great
drama of ACROSS TH IE CON'1 INNI'P.
Also at Sa'urday Matinee and Satu rday night.
Easter Hunday--Aprll 1 The New Orleans F'a
vorlte, JOHIN THIOMPtON, In ON IIAN).
mh25 tf
VARIETIES THEATUE.
ýMonday Evening, April 2, 1I77,
EA TER.
(Grand Farewell Complimentary Testimonial
TXendered to
M1Iss ROSA RAND,
By th ucitizens and leading amateum of New
Orleans.
CORILBSPONDENCE.
NEW ORLEANS, March 2), 1177.
Miss Rosa Rand:
Having, during the past season, witnessed
with equal pleasure and gratifloation, your per
sonation of Ihe many different characters you
have represented, we desire before your depart
ure from our city to your Maryland home, to
have the pleasure of seeing you again on the
boards of the Varieties, and to acknowledge our
appreciation of your excellence as a finished
and highly accomplished artiste. We therefore
respectfully suggest that you indlicate the time
when it would best suit your convenlenoo to ao
cept a farewell complimentary beneflt.
Francis l Nicholls, John Phelps.
Thos H Hunt, Louis A Wlltz,
Louis Bush. W T Vaudry,
Wm A Owynn, ) A Given,
A B Camma k, Wm H Bailey.
Jno E Sliger. . H Given,
J M Scott. A Frerichs,
A J Macauley, L Christ.
WA Robertson, Frank 1Hall,
J Morgan Smith. Albert Shultz,
Will Steven, W M Owen,
.1 D Huger, J D Houston,
John tiegg,. Wm Fagan
B FJonas, Harrison Watt:s.
01) Green E Swift,
Jno M Witherspoon .11) Rouse
Gee E Glenn, rich'd Welghtmas.
Jack Lawton. It W Simmons.
J E Austin. Jos P Hlornor.
U F Kenner. Jno A Morris.
NEW ORLEANS, La., March 3. i577.
To Messrs. John Phelps, Francis T. Nicholls,
Thos. H. Hunt, W. 8. Bailey, Harrison Watte
and others:
Gentlemen-I beg to acknowledge the receipt
of your esteemed favor, tendering me the high
compliment of a testimonial benelt under your
auspices. I am highly gratifled at the flattering
manner in which you speak of my efforts to
please dluring the past season, for it assures me
that my labor has not been in vain. I shall
always remember my season in New Orleans as
one of the bright epochs of my life. If Monday
evening, April 2, will meet your convenience. I
would suggest that as the date of the proposed
performance.
I remain. gentlemen, respectfully yours,
ROSA RAND.
The evening's entertainment will present the
popular romance of real life, in four acts
and a prologue, by Charles Shelley. Esq..
entitled
MARBLE HEART;
OR. TIHE SCULPTOR'S DREAM,
Box offiee open on Thursday. March 29. from 10
a. m. to 4 p. m., for sale of reserved seats.
mh27
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Orvnw 8TATE TAX COLLi,:To-a,
Third District, Parish of Orleans.
March 29, 1s77.
All persons within the limits of the Third
District owing License and Capital Tax are
hereby notified ibat the office for the collection
of said Taxes is now opened at No. 17 Espla
nade street. S. R. PROCTOR,
mh29 7t. State Tax Collector.
4PECIAL NOTICE.
OFFICc STATE. TAX COLL.aron, '
First District, ir9 Gravier street.
New Orleans. March 27, 1877.
All PROPERTY OWNERB of the FIRST DIS
TRICT are informed that the assessment rolls
for said District are now ready, and that per
sons desiring to pay the Real Estate Tax at this
time may now receive their bills promptly.
' he following named persons only are au
thorized to sign receipts for the Collector of
this District:
For REAL ESTATE and CAPITAL TAX-Mr.
M. STODDART.
For LICENSES-Mr. A. W. COCKEBTON.
Or the undersigned,
mh2s EA. BURKE. Collector.
SPEBIAL NOTICL.
OFFIC STATE TAx COLLECTOR.
Second District, No. IS Royal street, Mer
chant's Exchange, up stairs.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,
mh2. tf State Tax Collector.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Ovrircn TATE TAX COLLEVCTOR,
First District, New Orleans,
March 19th, 1877.
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,
mh19 tU Tax Collector.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
OFFICE STATE TAX COLLECTOR,,
First District Parish of Orleans,
March 13, 1877.
All persons within the limits of the First Dis
trict owing LIcENsE and CAPITAL Tax are here
by notified that the offlee for the collection of
said taxes is now opened at 159 Gravier street.
E. A. BURKE,
mhl3 tf State Tax Collector.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
OyICE r STATE: TAX COLLECTO. ,
Fourth lhstrict, Pariah of Orleians.
Maroti 19, 1877.
All cer3ons within the limits of the Fourth
Distrio- owing LICE;SE anil CAPITAL Tax are
hereby notified ghat the office for the collection
of sad taxes is now opened at No. 241 Josephine
street. R. C. BOND,
mhb lm State Tax Collector.
DENTISTRY.
J. R. WALKER, D. D. 8.,
li. Is. *Ird tress*4
Latest Improvielan s sand b&s styles of both
SOperatie and *ede saPt Datiul at a
l~aeas idn JsitL
ESTABLI$HED IN 1825.
Corner Delord and Constance Street.
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WE ABE PlEPAItED) TO MANUFACTUI.E
Steam Engines, Boilers,
Sugar Mills, Furnaces for Burning Bagasse,
Vacuum Pans, Clarfleirs and Filters,
9AW MILLS, COTTON PRESSES, NEWELL SCREWS, JUDSON'S GOVEUR
NORS, GIN GEARING, FURNACE MOUTHS, GRATE BARS,
ALL KINI1 OF
PLANTATION AND STEAMBOAT WORK,
And every descriptlon of Machinery for the South.
We beg to call spelial attention to our Iarge stock of SUGAR KETTLE.. Ring!n pt*.
chased the entiro stock of the Stacker Iron works of Tonnessse, for whlch Mr. It P. Liavil.
beuvre was formerly agent (and the only genulne Tennessee Kettles In the market), we
offer the same for sale as well as those of our own manufacture, prlce list of whioh we
will be pleased to furnish upon avplication.
,el_., LEEDS & CO.
J. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY'S
Furniture Emporium,
ARMORY HALL, 87 CAMP STREET.
The Largest and Most Centrally Located Furniture
Establishment in the City.
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Constantly on hand, and at the LOWEST MARKET PBICES, the largest and best selected
asneortment of
PARLOR
To be found in the Soath. consisting of
ulits Upholstered in Brocatel, Cotoline, Reps, 'lerry and Hair Cloth,
and Finished in Gilt.
IMARBLE TOP INLAID CARD and FANOY TL.
IBLE; French PIATE MIRROJP sad Patent pam
ChIAIB; fine BEDROOM SUITs, with French
Drfesr Ihre~slvgg Ca'es d Armoirs; magniosM
French Plate HAIL STANDS with HALL O0Aý/
to match; DINING-BOOM and LIBRARB yV T8s 6
every grade.
A oomnlete asrtmant of MEDIUM and 00COMMO
FUBRNITUE, of every grads auitable for ooatme
and plantation rise.
A large stock of boxed and knock down Para .ug
-PRIBNO, HAIR and M08B MATTP.ESSRB HL1EU
d PEATHIERt PILLOWS sand EOLICý ý
LOUNGES, made to order.
ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE FROM THE BEST FACTORIES, BOTH EA8E
AND WEST, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN THE CITY,
All Goods packed and shipped free of charge. Thanking our friends and the pgbi$
for their past patronage, we solicit a continuance of the same in the future.
R. M. & B. J. MONITGOMERY,
Armory Hall, No. 87' Camp Street, Nef Orleans.
mha lm
P. O. FAZENDE,
Stock, Note and Bond
BROKER.
OFFICE No. 175 COMMON STREET. t
mh2t tf
Oflce Louisiana Cotton Tie Co. I
The patent TIE and PULLER owned by this
Company having been fully tested at the Cham
pion Press. is now offered to press owners and
shipmasters at a moderate price.
An average of fully fifry bales per hour. and
at times over sixty bales per hour. has been
compressed and tipd by this process, and with
practice it is believed that an average speed of
sixty bales per hour can be attained. By the
use of this Tie and Puller the capacity of a ship
can be increased fully 20 per cent. and the bands
are 50 per cent stronger than when the ordinary
ties are used.
JOHN B. LAFFTTE & CO., Managers.
mhsI Im 184 Gravier street.
BENEFICIAL
To
THE PUBLIC.
We. the undersigned Photographers in the
United States, do state and will bear testimony
that PICTURES made by
LAMBERT'S PATENT PROCESSES
WILL
Never Fade or Change Their Colors
IN THE LEAST.
Also are otherwise in every respect mor artis
tic than those made by the old processes, which
are bound to fade and become worthless.
SARONY..............N....w.... Yerk.
W. KBTZ ..................New York.
LEON VAN LOO..........Clnetana I.
J. LANDY ...................Claelm-atl.
F. GUITE KUN4T..........lPhiladelpba.
ALLEN &. ROWELL............Besten.
C. GEINTILE i CO ............Chicago.
C. W. MOTES.............Atlanta, Ga.
E. KL t BER ..............Leluville.
RULOsSON, President of the Photo
graphic Association of the United States
of America.........Sea Framse.a, CL.
D. H. ANDmSOIN......Rhemed, Ta.
IHEO. LIIkNTHAL,
Meat. of Luit.an.
And others, too numeros to mention.
TEZo. U1erTHAl
1............. .aN&s W1a............i
LRAILROADL.
REAT JACK(ONJ IwOUTr.
NEW ORLEANS. ST. LOUIS AMD CGHIAAO
IaSILBOAD LINES.
DOUBLE DAILY THP.OUGH TRAINBd
will deJR and rr sa a fMllf..: from Caflipe
atae depot from March 25, 1477:
Express No.1.5:3e p. m. I Expres r No.2.11:26gm
Express No. s.7:o0a. m. I Express No.4. 6:[email protected]
Nos. l and 2 run daily, 3 and 4 dally except
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPINGjt
through to Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago.
ro and Milan, Tenn., without change. and for
Louis a sleeper Is taken on at Milan, ensblis~
passengers to go through without leaving the
Friday evening's train makes no eonueo1MOl
at Duunoin for Chiacag.
Acmmodatlon trains between New Orleans
Leave New Orleans 3:30 p. m. Setnrday; 126!
a. . and 3:10 p. m. Sunday.
Arrive 9 :1 a. m. and 9:20 D. m. Sunday, sad
9:15 a. m. Monday.
Tickets for a iand lnformatio, ive U
Camp street. corner Common. nude, tity otg
E. D. hoerr. Genera MaSagur. mM
THEU > RLEea& aND MooLEuz Imuo
THE BGREAT THBOUGH BOUTE TO THE
EAST, NORTH AND WEST.
Via Louisville, via Atlanta an via St.Lmous.
OCARRING THE U. S MAIL.
Trains arrive and pepart from Depg, tot o
"lanal aceet, as follows:
Expreas......:u a m. . Expres.
Express..... .5:00 p. m. I Express......: . p, ,
Pullman Palaoe Cas daily to Cincinnati, p.
lavlle, Nashville and St. Louis wlthout ehlaai,
and only one change to Ntw f.ork and ~
Ticket Office, corner of Camp, iad Commas
slmh2 t J. . COLEMAN: ThetnAý
COMMlISION MERCHANTS.
A.rr. CAOtrzs. O. CA.tEIaz.
E. L. Canazas. C As. J. Caaaws.
A. CARRIERE & SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Corner Royal and Cutomhoase.
Liberal AIv7ane, a made on Consignments t0
our friends in
LONDON, LIVE.POOL,
jaus Zm HAVP.E and EORDEAUD
LEON QUETLEOUZE. ObCAB BOId.
QUEYROUZE & BOIS,
Wholesale Groeers,
DEALEP"S IN WINES AND LIQUORS
And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUiýC
At the Blue Steres.
Corner Od Levee and Bienville streets.
deu'1s v Newr Orlema.
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