OCR Interpretation


The New Orleans daily Democrat. [volume] (New Orleans, La.) 1877-1880, April 11, 1877, Image 2

Image and text provided by Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83026413/1877-04-11/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

DAILY DEMOCRAT.
aRE0 o0r MBE ?PaZP
IUBDtSCRIMp RAT ..I
L r anna stol and at s erame hi l-.
tL (publis ed eve sa ar
ia) per annum . t sm r a
early and quarter V.
ADVEIItTI5iNU 1tAT 5I-VDAILY.
Tranuan t r, irisl . eats m$1 pyeqae (t an
ine" o oli at t sy t opu0 .
-t n1 i T ntallteo ftont, orna 0 uatid rn ii it u
l nt, l ata net ne-h, t.og U
sure. AontoUn s lsrtan 20 heont.
ndvortleamon for the period of one month
Ono, noot. - - -
.Lar.s, I mo. Imo. I me. mn. I 1 mo
' ......... 211 X50 N O 122
S......... Ia 1 99 10 . 2
t 49 0016 1 e 240
Iv. ....... a0 106 110 i 10 l 6
, I 116 115 9110 400
0 1........1 0 1 196 5
l I ......... 6 116 10 l 10 4
`MOntly irjlvrtireaiant. hayinig the run of
tea o br, Isrte lovrVe olf or pioy, to be
-Mitorll patn monthly rdvorusoetemat, eaci
5linaro, 20 tpar month.
litpri for Advertlilnfl It the Weekly Now
Orleans Democrat.
AdfrtIbome e+o for the period of one month
and lonier, no. Ifl , .wn
ilqltrw. Iln mo.e 9 mo.I meh I l no . IIsmo.
-,e .......... $8 ml 1 27 m1 e
pe2..... 42 o b 70
-or1.......... l1 m2.2 6 0
n e4 e......... 1
28 116 64 oI ln tul
91 .... . 11 1 04) 106 1:a)
lad 1"....... 71 41 6 118 180
W M.,.,, 21 44 7e 125 1114
-nle ....... t 41 7t 110r 1w0tll,
woluv....... 14 66 60 la6 926
I 6olumna G 0n 100 1so 960 w5o
NOTES.
-Only four ltepublleanu paperas in Noew hig
land object to llayes' polcly.
-M.Me. Maolaho's rtcoent .frte at the Parse
SparlaHtluse for the benefit of the Ltons opera
rtives produoed a profit of 1l0,00I trancs.
-At Rome a society for the daonsae ofr family
preiniples has just awarded its civil crowe to a
lady named Mmio. Dloullel, who has given birth
to her thirty-sixth child.
-Fifty thousand dollars have been subscribed
for an' anti-amlin, ant.i llaine l.pubi0oan paper
in Portland, Me.
---GeOorgIa paid last year 13,lO0,1.00 for material
to fertilie her lands, and .heo:aversge product of
her ootton per aore Is reported as a litti le e
than 280 per cenlt,
-Large quantities of marble are being shipped
from Knoxville, Tenn., to ban Froancisco to buld
a Stock Exchange which, it Is claimed, will be
thefinest structure of Its kind in the United
o "Laxington," says the (of uricr,".Journa. "will,
Iperhps, have two andidates for the IUntited
states Senatte--.. William Preston and Heon,
W, C, P. Breckinridge."
-At Ceylon, the headqucaterof pearl fishing.
the shell fish are sold by the thousand to small
pecnulators, who either open them themselves or
retail them to all who are inclined to try their
ltck, a general sale of tish taking place every
evening when the boats arrive, as there are few
persons at the fishery who do not speculate more
or lese.
--The .Iall .MhUi (tnx.zle's special telegram
rom Berlin says It is announced that the Bank of
roane has advanced $100,000,000 to Russal by
way of a loan to enable the government to re.
deem the coupons on Its debts faiUlng due in
aprl. ltusia assaited the French In the saime
way when the five milliards of franca were beiLng
paid to Germany. There in nothing to confirm or
refute the foregoing statement, but the amount
of bullion in the Dank of France exceedr s 89,
000,000. The Russian authorlte s positlvely deny
the above statement.
-The 1760-pound aeroltte at Smithsonian Insti -
tute Ls somewhat surpaused by one In Nevada:
"At the close of January Mr. Wheeler saw a
glowing body of enormous size whirlng through
the hi avon. until It struck at the foot of Diamond1
Mountaln range. After being kept from the masse
a whole w,ek by its Intense het, he approached
near enough to estimate that there were two
million tons in sight, contained in a body sixty
feet high, eighty-seven feet wide, and three hun- I
dred long, which would indicate a gross bulk of
from one hundred million tons upward. lie
knoked off portions, and ausying them, found I
the aaeay to yield $429 per ton in silver and gold, I
without reckoning the Iron, copper, zine, load,
phosphorus, nIckel, cadmium and silica; a clear
harrest of 8100,000,000 from the exposed per
ton, or the aerollte, and manyfold more from the i
wholc."
SOUTHERN NEWS.
Loullsana.
Morgan City boasts of a third fire
company, organized last month.
The crops in Bienvllle parish are
greatly bibind on account of the late
heavy rains.
Crop prospects in Winn are most en
couraging. A large amount of corn has
been planted this year.
C. O. Cyfreo, a native of Italy, resid
ing in Pointe Coupee was accidentally
drowned in that parish, March 15.
The railroad depot at Donaldsonville
was robbed last Saturday. The thieves,
however, found little to take off.
The steamer Harlan came into Mor
gan City the other day minus a wheel
house, which it lost in a heavy storm on
the Gulf coast.
The Police Jury of Caddo, which rec
ognizes Nicholls, selected the Shreve
port Telegram, which recognizes Pack
ard, to do its public printing.
A young man named John Baker, a
resident of Carrollton, engaged in raft
ing timber at Hog Point in Ascension
parish, was struck by lightning and in
stantly killed.
Excursion tickets have been issued
by Morgan's railroad from New Orleans
to Lafourche, for persons proposing to
attend St. Joseph's fair in Thibodaux,
which takes place this week.
One of Packard's recruiters appeared
in Lafourche, but left soon in disgust.
No eloquence of his could arouse the
least response or enthusiasm among
the negroes, who are busy planting.
A musical spirit pervades the colored
'youths of Ascension parish. There have
recently been organized in the parish
three colored bands-at Donaldsonville,
Crevasse Settlement and Smoke Bend,
respectively.
Next Mondy begins the April term
of the FPit Jgodelil District Court of
West Baton IjtCoai h. There is
some little atitr t.r the court
house in ooan8 q a reporst_ that
pieidin* judi.gr Judge ovee 18 the
gentleman emoted to the omoe; Cole,
the man counted in by the Beturning
Board,
The Parish Court of Avoyelles is in
trouble. The judge, who is a Bepubli
can, insisted on the lawyers obtaining
licenses from the Packard tax collector.
This they all refused to do. There is no
court in consequence, and no prospect
of one.
Donaldsonville's finances are in ex
'cellent condition. The city paper is
worth ninety-five cents on the dollar
although the collection of licenses and
taxes is not yet begun, All salaries are
promptly paid In cash. In addition to
this the town is building a splendid
publlc wharf and market-house.
The Plymouth arrived at Donaldson
ville Wednesday, and was visited by
a large number of ladies, gentlemen
and children. The vessel was magnill
cently treated by the Donaldsonvill
lane; was twice serenaded, and a ball
given Thursday night to the officers.
The pollee jury of Calcasleu appor
tions the taxes to be collected as fol
lows: 33j per cent for sheriff's fees, 26
per cent for jurors, ,a per per cent clerk
of court, 41 per cent police jury, CO per
cent parish attorney, 1 per cent parish
printer, in per cent tax collector, 0 per
cent contingent fund.
Antoine Carroll, a coppersmith, of
Vicksburg, was garrotted, robbed and
dragged around by the neyk in Itayville,
last week. The citizens of Itayvlle were
indignant at this action and passed
resolutions denouncing it. One James
Ri. Preston was arrested, eparged with
being one of the persons concerned in
the outrage.
Jsissietppt.
Natchez has received 22,628 bales of
cotton to date.
ilon. 0. It. ingleton declines to be a
candidate for Governor.
The gin house of Major J. li. Watts,
of Coahoma county. was burned last
week, cotton included.
In a shooting scrape in Brookhaven
last Tuesday between Wm. Davis and
A. T. Lambert, the latter was seriously
wounded.
The lake at Vicksburg has been, up to
date, nameless. The Commercial pro
poses to call it Lake Autrey in honor
of Col. Autrey, who was killed at Mur
freesboro.
The Mississippi state Medlcal Asso
elation met in Grenada last Wednesday
and adjourned to meet in Jackson next
January. Dr. 3. A. Vaughan, of
Columbus, was elected President.
Two persons effected theirescape from
the Greenville jail last week; one was a
man who was accused of burning Col.
Hampton's gin, and the other was in for
some petty offense. These men over
powered the jailer, who had most care
essly placed himself in their power,
and but for a mere chance, by which
they were frightened away, all the mour.
derers, some eight or ten, would have
escaped.
A revival is in progress in Lamar.
Prospectors are numerous in Dallas
county.
The burglars are doing a lively busi
ness in Longview.
A waterspout visited Tarrant county,
without doing much damage.
Buffaloes are being used like oxen for
hauling purposes in Dallas.
The Aye claims that Houston is both
the railroad and telegraph centre of the
State.
The crops in Colorado county are very
fine and considered safe from the grass
hoppers, which are leaving rapidly.
Fort Bend built a new Jail some
months ago, at a heavy expense, and
has not been able to get a single pris
oner in it yet.
Mrs. Cooper was struck by lightning
on Saturday last in Tarrant county.
She was badly stunned and slightly dis
colored, but will recover.
The new iron bridge over the Brazos
river, near Brenham, which has fallen
twice, the second time with fatal conse
quences, is to be rebuilt.
There is an anti-free school element
in Brenham it seems, and this element
is endeavoring to control the selection
of city officers at the ensuing mutlcilpal
election. The Brenham lanner very
properly makes a vigorous tight for
free education.
While a party of young men were
playing base ball in Dallas, a few days
ago, a boy named Stacy Polard, aged
fifteen, was struck by lightning and In
stantly killed. Stony Bergen, aged
fourteen, was stunned, and some five or
six others were knocked down.
A short time since two men were ar
rested at Fort McKavett, and at the re
quest of the Sheriff placed in the mili
tary prison for safe keeping. The "cow
boys," friends of the prisoners, to the
number of about thirty, attacked the
post, when a general tight ensued, and
two of them were wounded.
The Texas cattle drive for the present
season is estimated at 250,000. Ellison
and Dewees lead with 30,000 head; Jerre
Ellis and Capt. Kennedy with 20,000.
Littlefield & Co. will send 15,000; Millet
12,000, and Kingsberry & Holmsley,
Quinlan & Montgomery, Slaughter
Aood, Snider, King and Caruthers &
Swan 10,000 each.
Quite a row was created in Sherman,
Texas, by the New Orleans minstrels
selling reserved seat tickets to negroes.
A number of .citizens grew disgusted
when they found the parquet occupied
by negroes, who had managed to secure
the best seats, and left, demanding
their money back. This the doorkeeper
at first refused to do, but was subse
quently compelled to refund.
. . .! SH .. . .
NO SEDITION.
Donn Platt Nolleproesed.
[From Cincinnati Commercial.]
WASHINGTON, April 7.-District Attor
ney Wells, to-day, with the approval of
the Attorney General, entered a nolle
prosequi in the case of Donn Platt,
charged with seditious writing and in
citing to rebellion.
Wade Hampton Up for President.
[Philadelphia Ledger.]
NEW YORK, April 2.-The fact has
already been mentioned that some days
since an invitation was extended to
Wade Hampton to visit this city after
he had disposed of his business at
Washington. The story at the clubs is
that certain of the Democratic leaders
here have their eye on Hampton as the
most available candidate for .the next
Presidency. and that it was really for
the purpose of "sounding him" on that
point that his presence was requested in
New York. H4 pton has sent word
that his engageftnts will not permit
him to accept the vitation at present.
Buaurr's Oooan is ed in eIegantbottles
of superior inish sad bean -in themselvaes an
ornament. It a, a tiaattained a
lrge and
t1* ~wgC lb
Tllhe sevemen etermtlned,. Preseeste
Its N!mbers.
WAsNatotow, April I.--The decision
of the President, the Attorney General
and the Secretary of the Treasury that
the Deading whisky eases in the West
shall be prosecuted has had the effect
to create much excitement among the
persons in Chicago and elsewhere who
have not settled the civil suits against
them. This is especially true as to the
members of the first and second batch
of the Chicago Whisky Ring prosecu
tions.
There can be little doubt, that the new
Administration is disposed to be quite
severe with the second batch, composed
of Hosing, Dr. Bush, Dickinson, Able
& Co., Powell, and others. Propositions
to compromise their ease, engineered
here by Geo. McMullen, have been
pending all winter, and were very near
Iy successful with the last Administra
tion, and possibly would have been on
tirely so, except for the illness of the
Secretary of the Treasury, which con
tinued until the very clone of the Ad
ministration. The following proposi
tion had been made to compro
mise the civil suits against the several
persons of the second batch tho
propositions being based upon the al
leged absolute property of all the per
sons named : Hosing $100 nominal, Dr.
Bush $5Oe, Powell $tieU, and Dickinson,
Able & Co. $1000¢. The present indioa
tlons are that none of these proposi
tions will be accepted, and that the law
officers will be directed to permit, the
law to take its course. Indeed, the
Secretary of the Troeaury has already
intimated as much, an(d it now seems
probable that the poverty of the soeond
hatch, even it plleadd with the joint,
eloquence of Col. ]ltobort Ingersoll and
Gleo. McMullen, will not nave themon.
If Secretary Morrill had not boon
taken ill, there is no doulbt that the
civil suits against the distillers wihot, had
been granted immunity would long slinc
have been withdrawn. Their cases
made rapid progress here during the
latter days of the last administ.ratlon,
and were lost slght of in the excitement
attending the Presidential count.
THuE 1NEW IEIGLANH E0NFirNNItNB.
A nudden Clsange of Opinion.
(Onoinnatl uOonfnercial.
1Bo1roN, April 7.- At the session of
the New England Conferenoo to-diy,
the special committee to which was ro
ferred the resolution protesting against
the President's policy, reported the fol
lowing substitute therefor, which was
unanimously adopted:
First--That the warm, practical sym
pathy of this conference for. thile
oppressed of our land is a history of too
long standing and too outspoken to
need any reaffirmatien by us at the
present time; and now that legalized
slavery has been forever abolished in
this, our country, we feel equally de
sirous that they, who having been the
victims of that oplrosston and were de
ptrived of their civil rights and means
for intellectual and moral culture, may
have secured to them all the rights and
privileges that their changed relation
to the country and their consequently
increased responsibility so Imperatively
demand for them.
Second-That we are glad to rocog
nize in the inaugural address of our
present Chief Magistrate, and In other
words and acts of his, a clearly defined
purpose on his part so to administer the
government of these United States as to
secure to all classes of our oitizens full
and free exercise of all their rights and
privileges; and we pledge to him in the
execution of this purpose our hearty
sympathy and support, and we will
earnestly pray that God may give to
him and his advisers wisdom to guide
them in their important and difficult
work, and we sincerely hope that our
too long disturbed country may again
enjoy an era of good feeling, peace and
prosperity.
The adoption of the substitute and
the report was received with applause.
... .... - ,.11. O~ 4 . - ........
THE HITCH.
Where Chamberlain Got His Courage-
He will Try and lold on to the Ntate
House.
[ Olnoinnati Enqluiror. l
WAsRIN('roN April 7.--There are in
sinuations made by the South Carolina
carpet-baggers at this point that Cham
berlain does not intend to give up the
Stato-louse at Columbia until he has
exhausted every extremity under the
law to hold it. 13efore he went to New
York after the Cabinet had voted to
withdraw the troops, he evinced a dis
position to acquiesce in the decision and
move bag and baggage out of the State.
Chamberlain, in returning to Columbia
from New York, came again to this city
on route. A few hours before he left he
was in close conference with the noto
rious Wm. E. Chandler and ex-Secre
tary Stanton's son.
Chandler plead with Chamberlain to
force Hampton to go through the forms
of law to disposses him of his office, and
to appeal from the decision of all of the
inferior courts until it came up in course
before the United States Supreme Court.
Meanwhile he advised him to keep him
self in possession of the State-House,
and leave It only In obedience to the
mandate of the court of last resort, or
succumb to forcible expulsion. Cham
berlain, it is said, gave Chandler the
assurance that he would - and to-day
the South Carolina carpet-baggers here
throw out vague hints that the South
Carolina complication is far from being
settled.
Chandler wants to force Hampton to
make some aggressive movement to dis
possess Chamberlain. By the appeals
that can be made, Chamberlain, it is
thought, can keep the custody of the
State House until a decision from the
Supreme Court of the United States is
reached. This would involve vexatious
delay, and the hope is that Hampton,
smarting under it, will forcibly drive
him out. Then the loyal Northern
heart is to be appealed to, and the
charge made that Hampton has violated
his agreement with Hayes, made in
writing, that he should not use violence
or force to gain possession of the offices
of the State. The further hope, too, is
indulged in that delay will cause a
change of sentiment within the Repub
lican party as to upholding Hayes in his
Southern policy.
1 0~C -
The Black Republcans Pitched Over
board.
(The Nation.]
Hereafter there is to be no South;
none, that is, in a distinctively political
sense. The negro will disappear from
the field of national politics. Hence
forth the nation, as a nation, will have
nothing more to do with him.
In good old times importations of Piper-Heid
seick one year reached 63,000 baskets.
Dousau DAzYL.-On and alter Sunday next.
the 4th inat., the Jackson Road will have two
. en ruid dsrb rmmdng 1to andfromthe
cmity point. North,
If ore ,
BATHES. BAT#E. BATES.
R impwrt fathm,,
1911T my
Mi M111IOML,
Ne. 1J11 Iltpstt.t SImSt.
lint~wnnn Ht. I~olrt* Rtcl T oulrraMn plrcnnkr,
1Jtttl'jtllult~trH IDAATIH. Hot a wl mil Hntt
antrh), nt I'm rnrnt#1. 441" 1RI
JttlIt1H ABII(ºN-
VOIINPKL,,(OR AT LAW,
141 (Irovinr itr...t,
Nrw (rl.,111l4 A ll `1.. II 4777. CCII A
P. lIOUIION,
Altcnn Ior to ARMANI) MOUthIC.
.P L (JW AlA KKI4tlll
0 11N MC 114
a~ PO1f.4At t(iI
I'UUUIICI 1ANI'eeI)F W ,N.
IIICUIM, Ir(MWlN(e
Ir11:L'I'i(: l 1HnI'I'')t AMIC tlA(11, MIIGT
1')6 II9 ')(Vtt)KH FLANKS,~ AND,
POWInnt1, N1WVI' AND (lAPS,
No. 1:4 4 (hetrau Street, betwoee Teo.IeeeO
mal at. Leslie. New Orlon"..
Fr IC AIIMH PJUOMI'T1,Y II1 PA ITNt.
NEW ORLEANS LA(4EIL UEER.
CASPAR LUSSE,
Non. 4741 and 470 Chartre. Street,
Anno n l nt iw Om pr trrFlr/tt torr or I1)BIi JI
HAIrfl(JN.4, 11 i. Ien 1,,eI.I, thItt h..vlnn 'wone
pit n.I hill Ice. flocn nlh3IrotuR [or lihniU [11(
hirinrl
LAGER BEER,
lbn et pr01'etroi to twi11 Iii, Mlnm' AT A TrO)W1lt
PjI~I[ 1114Itomn eny uithor 1JO11CI- MA ICI AI&T
(IY., will'4I In 1W tJ tll 4111t h m fn.2 nn) i ern nrrl
'to proillunt d In Ih t rr lrlntrl Htnilr +. Inh77 non
P. O. FAZENi)i ,
Stock, Note and Bond
BROKER.
OFFICE No. 175 COMMON NTI'EET.
m|i24 if
SE LF-I EA'I'IN ,
One Whole Set of Irons in One.
ONE IRON, WITH TWO PLUGH. WILL DO
ALL TIlE IU)NING AND FLUTING
ONE IIAND CAN DO WITH ANY
NUMBEICR OF IRONS.
It Is a N tcknl-pinted ans Iron, with a wooden
hand plnec, hIatndel and continually
keot hot, by two e'nstlron plugs.
ITS AI)VANTAGEB.
First
SavisiW one
half or
more of thiie
fuel orhl.
narily used
In Ironing.
H.e.nond
Laves three
fourths of
thue walk
Ini and
hflaniging
of the old
flat Iro n
procous.
ThIrd
C(an hbe huate with nither coal or wood llreo
'tovaes or gratHs.
Fourth-- We use il slades of the Iron and uthi.
icr all the heat, thus galming one-halr on the old
prole"s.
Fifth --'Always lontl; never rutll g, never
being ,X t/ llaosa tor s.iot.
Hixth -.,n aHInale heat will iron from thirty
minuthl to one hour, acorhding to weight and
,itnlitt reof thanlgoods.
Hravelinth -Thea fire youll ook witth cnan he u.sed
for Ironing,. evn whilo the stVoe Is eiovorern
with vsasrs. thuli satving thoi l ntire a mount of
fulll Usaed ordinll illly ti Ironinltg.
Eliahth
Does better
,ork. lin
narNt more
rnoothness
nl d glo e
'rom the
Iic kelod face
and rounded
glossing heel
than any otlher Iron In the world.
Nlnth-H-aves time, fuel and labor; thus saves
money; Is the only tprau'tteal Patent Iron on the
market, alnd will eventually take the place of
the old one-faced irons.
J. M. BRAND, Sole Agent,
202 Canal street.
mh24 lm
Portrait Painting.
(AND INsTRUCTION G(IVIVN. )
Portraits from life
or from plctures of
the deceasedl, at the
following rates:
Life size, bust por
traits, in oil, at 660,
$100 and $150; Cabi
not size. In oil, $25
$50 and 00too Crayon
Heads. not retouched
,erishable ) hot o
graphs, but pure
crayon heads at 26,.
$60 and 076. Smaller
work, both In oil or crayon. or water color, at
proportioned rates. Satlsfactinn will be given
in every case. Persons resldlng abroad can
have any of the sbove work satisfactorily exe
cuted by sending the nest pictures they possess,
acoompanied with a faithful description of the
person. and by stating the styie and size of
portrait deasired, will have their orders prompt
ty attended to. Country patronage solicited.
EVERETT B. D. JULIO,
3 Carondelet street,
NEW ORLEANS.
N. B.-Instructions given in Drawing. Crayon
and Painting. Classes in Seminaries instructed.
My Art Gallery is a place of free resort, and the
public is invited to visit it at plaersurou. fe22 2m
FOR SALE.
A HANDSOME PLACE OF TWO ACRES front
on the beautiful river Teche, comprising 66
acres of excellent, newly-fenced land, of which
60 are admirably adapted to the cultivation of
sugar. cotton, or corn; the balance consisting
of a magnilfcent meadow in which the residence
is situated. The whole property will be sold.
consisting of the land above mentioned, and a
residence, kitchen, cabins, stable, vegetable and
fruit gardens, and all necessary appurtenances.
This offers an excellent opportunity to any one
wishing to raise stock, or to cultivate cotton or
sugar on a small scale, there being a cotton gin
and sugar mill in the neighborhood. This
property has never been inundated. The
dwelling-house is comfortably furnished. and
w1i besold with or without furnitera
B. M. & H. J. MONTGOMURTS
Furniture Emporium,
ARMORY HALL, 87 CAMP STREET.
-.--..o
The Largest and Most Centrally Located Furniture
Establishment in the City.
Conntantly on hand, and at the LOWEFT MARKET P11iEBU . th, tiaran t and boot IselO4
aRnortmant of
PARLOR 0 (N
To g founttd In the Bouth. oonaieting of
uaits Upholtudered in Broeatel, notollne, repa, Terry and Hair Cloth,
and Finished In (liIt.
MARBLE TOP INLAID IAItD) san A T
lLE4a: Prenoh I'tATI MtltRollHI sd Patent
(IHAIIit; tfie B$EDRIOOM HUIT*, with Irnah
Ire r .r Drtiaalxi C(s, and Armoire;
French Plate HALL HTANI) with HA ,
to match; DINIlNG-BOOM aun LIBAB
every grade,
A onmlea ueortmanent of MEDIUM and COMXOX
F1URNIfrTU.R, ,of e+vry grade sritable for oeooi
and plantation nuse.
A large took of boxn1 and kno,'. down PYaruati
and (haira.
MPIuINr HAIT and MO4nI MA'TTRE eS aM
and A'Tlll, I'll,! OWi anId BOLtfIT ~
IA)UN0(in, made to ori:r,.
ALL OF OUIt GO(1OS A1RE FROM THE FJIET FACTrIOrI)i, BOTH EAST
AND WEST, AN I) OUlt PIRICE8 ARE THE LOIWEi'4 IN THB CITY.
All Oot)la l ptvkr'1, i tl nsh in fron tot chnr.n. Thanking ul r , rinnda and the ntuble
for their luint intfraut', w adol lqtit ai rontinarllitn of ithe I.alnri+l in th llhlrrn,
It. M. & B. J. MONTOOMElKY,
Armory Hall, No. 87 Oamp Street, New Orlelas.
rtha If
F~'TALLISHED IN 1425.
Corner Delord and Constance Street.
WE ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTUt.E
Steam Engines, Boilers,
Sugar Mills, Furnaces for Burning Bagasse,
Vacuum Pans, Clarifiers and Filters,
SAW MILLS. COTTON PRESSES, NEWELL SCREWS, JUDSON'S GOTCVB
NOlS, GIN GEARING, FURNACE MOUTHS, GRATE BARS,
ALL KINDS OF
PLANTATION AND STEAMBOAT WORK,
And evory dnscrlptlon of Machinery for tho South.
We bhn to c.ll RpDnoal attentlon to our l rue stock of BUOAR KETTLES i !
ohnod the entlre st.,ck of the St.or Iron Works of Tennowr on. for which lr . .
bouvro wua formerly naegnt (end the only gnulne Tennossee Kettles In the;f w iWr
offer the ~nram for sal, au well na those of our own mauufacture, price ltst
will be pleased to furnish upon application.
fetlatt LEEDS & CO.
BENEFICIAL
TO
THE PUBLIC.
Wo. the undenrdined Photographers In the
UniteAd HtatAe. do stat, arnd will bear testimony
that PIOTUIRES made by
LAMBERIt'S PATEN PIROCE SES
WILL
Never Fade or Change Their Colors
IN THE LEAST.
Also 'oe otherwlse in every respect mor artis
tic than those madlo by the old proce'sses. which
are bound to fade and become worthless.
MARONY......................New Y4.
W. KU.TZ ................New York.
LEON VAN LOO .............eletnaa 1.
J. LANDY................... Clclad.
F. GUTEKUNnT.......... Philadelphia.
ALLEN & ROWELL............. Boto.
C. GENTILE & CO............ Chicago.
C. W. MOTEM .............Atlanta, Ga.
E. KLAUBER ...... .......... ivillo.
RULOIION, President of the Photos
graphcl Association of the United States
of America.........Man Franeisee, Cal.
D. H. ANDERSON...... Riebmod, Va.
%HEO. LILIENTHAL,
Site of Loltstama.
And othbrs. too numerdos to mention.
THE0. LILIENTHAL,
1.1............ CANAL STREET ............121
Sfe2am
BUD WEISi_ BOT 'LED BE..
We have secured the agency of the celebrated
BUDWEISER BOTTLEI
which is undoubtedly the best beer In the world.
We offer it In cases (Pints and Quarts) at very
LOW PItICES.
MILLER & DIELMANN,
mhlR Im t0. 52 and 54 4(dilth Peters street
Southern Shoe Factory
OF JOHE HANSEN,
3- and as Canal street, New Orleans.
TO ALL SOUTHERN OITIZENS.
I am of the same opinion as yourselves and
am determined to help build up the manufac
turininterest of our native State in order to
help theabor classes and keep the money,
which w..tierwise go to the North. at horme.
About ay o I started my Factory, and by
using tWe material and paying my hands
d support oee women and children
have otherwise left the Biate. In
o to Increase my _Facory. I would
call uon the mehants, rot only o
. ofIm wholo eoot, to o0re me
j of ao
P2
RAILROADS.
GREAT JACkMISO OUT1 .
HNW OBiLANS 8T'. I lSg. OIOA0o...DL0T
DOUJLE DAILYT TH t THAI S
will lepanr and arrive as frllo n : froml O.
stree' depot from March 25, 1877:
xpre~r o 1. 5:30D. m. I Exzress .r411No.l0 A:
Exzress No. s.7:2oa.. Express No. 4. :401.l
asN. I and 2 run daIly, a and 4 daily exlep.
Sunday.
P'U1llMAN PALACE sLEEPIING C
through to Cincinnati, .oulsville, CLffaO..
ro and Milan,'J'enn., without chenge, nd o.0ug
Louis a sle' pr is takon on at Milan, enat1ilu
,rassnnugrs to go through without leaving Lt
train.
Friday ovening's train makes no connectios
at IDuou.in for Chi'1uao.
Arcommodation tralns between New Orleans
and MrcComb City:
Leavo New Orleans 3:30 p. m. Saturday; 7:I
a. m. and 2::30 p. mi. Sunday.
Arrive 9:18 a. m. and 9:20 p. m. Sunday, and
9:15 a. m. Monday.
Tickets for sale and informasp a vest
Camp street, corner Common w olE.
E. D. Phoer. General fanager.
THE WELOA at I qQ~feieb L M IL N.
Via Iouj iBe via AllB Is s nfs
Trains arrive andpepart from ~ hot aS
Canal street. as follows:
DLFAsT. A1maSI
Express...... e:4 a. m. Express....*l*:Ua-a.
Express......5:o0 p. m. Express...... : >a, ai .
Pullman Palace Oars daily to Olnalt, Lou.
lsvllle. Nashville and St.lokuw, 8 wl. t l
and only one change to Nedw oL and
cities.
Ticket Offioe. oorner of Camp and Commae
streets. opposite iyHotel,
D.mb tf Z. WOBNA. Superiftefd
inb1tl 1.~3 W.PlEAN. Ticket Agent,
COMMISSION MEzRCHATS1
Arr. Oaanxrau. O. CA.Mas.
E. L. CasBBIEEa. Cas. I. OAJ. I .
A. CARRIERE & SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHIANTS
Corner Royal and CdstOmbhase.
Liberal Advances made on Consignments to
our friends in
LONDON. LIVEBPOOL.
ja.s am HAVRE and BOIDEAUXI.
LEON QUEYROUZE. OShOA BOla,
QUEYROUZE & BOIS,
Wholesale r.seers,
DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS
And all kinds of WESTERN PBODUO1,
At the Blue stores.
Corner Old Levee and Bienville streets.
de14 '70 19 New Orleans.
LEEDS' FOUNDRY.
L8TABLIw o5HBD-IN ia
Coear Dloril .to Peaeh st. . /.
We are repared to manufature
STeAn M nsGIN, BOuILen
BUGaM MILL., SUOGA K'MTL,.
Pwwzmse MACIR s, SAW MI=L.,
CoroR Psam NEWE
U ar aBAss, Iveso's GoreV mp
n ail ainds ofuuiui ý1temow i
mMhrmdbw

xml | txt