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CUSTOM-HOUSE MATTERS.
7 At. tON MTUSrJs WITH A CO.- le
tlaMIOM As MPElCIAL IDEFPUTY n
.OLLECTOR. n
U ti ts Rasd Will Fly, and Wlhat Wellsa Ii
-sid in Washinltonl.
way they congregated, the "outs," at the
House and on the Postoffioe corner on Ii
F morning left but little room for a doubt q
at Tomanderson, the pioneer pilgrim, had
returned, and some were positive that he O
>lfved in the city and oarried in his breeches o
a roll that would gladden the hearts of O
at t twenty of those who had been
WABBLING ON THE OUDGEON,
were, for, Io I these many months, waiting '1
f *jb. There was a suspioion in the minds of
however, that he had not returned, but
stopped off at some point to await the ar
of J. Madison, when they would both appear
u the woene at once, and one inqunltiive
satisfied himself of this fact by inquiring
leader of a brass band in the city, and
of every glass-front hack owner, and the
reply being "no engagement," it was set
.that the wanderers had not put in an ap
(a learned that both, and perhaps
TitS TIwo WAIeDRIrBa,
ie on Sunday night by the Mobile route,
via Ocinonati, and already a delegation
been formed to meet them at Bay St. Louis.
they will stop to lunch. Of course nothing
wn positively, as yet, what success the trio a
e had, and various speculations ate Indulged
I oerning that matter. I
* of Tomanderson's friends says that he has
h that roll a commission for himself as special
ty collector, and that the roll itself is the
salone of some twenty or more fresh ap
ants made by the trio and confirmed by
&iretary of the Treasury. There having
iree confirmations, viA: Hebert, vice Davis,
IS, L. Mayenno, Inspector, vice 8.D. Betton,
. It. Johnson, Inspeotor, vice A. J. Brim.
thmought that the crowd may have made
A BLIGOHT IrIUOs O
the adminlstration.
son, it is said, is a son-in-law of Chief
Manning, and is a resident of Bapides I
b; while Mayenno comes, it'e said, under
patronage of Wells and Kellogg, he having
d the latter as executive clerk. Dta, the
s oflicials say, is a eompetent officer, and
during the past week or ten days madeO
of smuggled goods on different . I
e first was 1500 and the second wat 50
and on Friday he selsed quite a large
ent of outlery, jewelry, cotton and n
t,.4aggers and other light (7) material. 'W i
gyrl soe say, is that which oaused his lip
bit of, but he thinks different.
An example of the various irons the delega
tIn the Washington fire the Olnolat
mawn says: ",
coincident with the arrival ofJ. I
alls et al. Is the return two days in
at bis time, of John Sherman. Evidently
with a fear of allowing Wells to seam at
without some one to watch him, Sher
tate himself private detective to shadow
Leeps his weather eye open to see that
as o mistakes. Today Weland An
elkleson the President, sad had a long
with him. The bondition of affire
was freely discussed. Wells told
as-Adeat that, with others1 he was
to give his Southern policy a fair
admitted that it was a great sur
the Republicans of the State. SBb
Wells called upon John Sherman
ad of the conversation was resumed,
it was broken off when they last met.
nn ent applied the reportorlal y
D to We'l, lAndersi and Gantt to-day,
tn. Every conceivable ingenuity of the
ping failed to produoe any satisfactory
of their visit. Of the three, Gantt
telest victim to the interviewer. He
one Iatportant eat out of the bag, and
was tlat Wells would probably remain
hr or foar d , u he had an im
Slat belbre the Treasury and he wanted 1
This claim It will be borne in
sffr of $800,00,, and to based on
dstroyed during the war in Rapides I
Iyew of the fnot that Wells strenu-I
he wants Oolector King's scalp,
a that Sherman bay have bought
with the promise of allowing thi
itis quite ble. Anderson,
a claim of a lmllar nature for a
amount, and was at the Treasury
ing after It. Gantt says that he
here . et who is now here, has been
laveew Orleane to play spy upon I
uovoants. He says he dodged their
lnGncinnati and at other pointy.
P. 'resident'e policy he said to-night
ought to know what kind of a Republican I
lstood byPackard to the last. I told the
day I was willing to give his South
a fair trial, but am a little afraid it
t well." Anderson and Gantt left
p. m. train for New Orleans via
they will spend a day or two.
tal. If John Sherman inflatee
ivhis elaim into his pocket the se
i.hsietylrning Board may yet be looked
tt.J; Mldison Wells as a repostory. IT the
Cspid Congrees will undoubtedly request
an to state why he paid it, after the South
Claims Commission had rejected it."
the above was put in type and published
eur yesterday's afternoon edition, Tomander
p1t in an appearance, and with It presented
151tor King his confirmed appointment as
Deputy Collector,
ViCe CHAYPLIN, REIOVI),
heWJl, therefore, assume the functions of
dioe this morning.
altaneous with his arrival there came by
the following confirmations as lopectores
h H. Lawler, - Dickey, --- HEardee,
bourges (a son of Alfred Bourgee), and
oh A. Johnson, but whose places those
nations are to fill is not stated.
cootse all these appointment. are made
trnlng Board influence, and of ourse it
nb oonjeotured that the fIeterning Board
eer bulldozed the Administration or com
John Sherman to keep his promises made
here as an advisor to the Beturning Board.
A Wealth Measure.
She following communication was presented to
, Bard of Health yesterday :
BALT or POLICE JURo, 1
Parish of Jefferson, Bight Bank,
August 31, 1877,
Samuel Choppin, M. D., President and Mem
bers of the Board of Health, New Orleans:
The dersigned members of the police Jury of
b of Jtffdrson, right bank, have been ap
a committee to call the attention of your
to the condition of the recently overflowed
in the rear of Gretna and contiguous
gaased by the cultivation of rice above
said villages, and to ask the consider
the board as to the effect upon the pub
r.emlting from such cultivation and
lt 1. the sabesience of the waters large our
as are covered with the deoomposiog bodies
Sda, marinee aimals and nimalcuL.e, g v.ag
oat a very offensive effllvia, which is believed to
be the cause of the, sicknes now prevailing
.in that neighborhood.
The committee are informed that the cultivar
tion of tice is prohibited within a certain distance
from the cities of Charleston and Savannah, on
.account of its danger to the public health.
The dangerous period of this eultivation is in
the months of July and August. the time when
Io fever usually appears, and it is a question
gor medioal science to determine whether the de
velopment of malarial fevers at this season is
likely to take the form of this dread visitant.
The careful investigation of the whole subject
by your board is respectfally requested with
action as it may be within your province to aee-*
and such esuggestions to the police jury asit
your judgment the nature of the case emar
F. H. HATCH,
Ohairman of Oommittel
i. N. Coca~tn, Secretary.
struck With * Ieek.
At balf-past three o'clook yesterday, on the
levee, between Ursulines and Hoespital aIlete, a
negro named Felix Jones struck a wldj man
named Jacob Revory with a rook and broke his
left leg. The wounded man is in the hospital;
the accused in the Harbor Station.
Pellee doard.
The Police Board met at half-pals 6 o'clock
last evening, Mayor Pilaebry in the chair, and a
quorum of the commlsstoners present.
The first case called was that of lerk John
Blaslni, charged by one. Gs. t. MeOlatsy, llas
W. H. Smith, with blaokmatlig. After thor
ough investigation the board found that the
characters of the witnesses for the prosecution
was impeachabble, and dismissed the charges.
Officer P. A. Desforges, Fifth Precinct, was
fined five, days' pay for lying down on his beat.
The oScer, when he came up for sentence, said
before he would be fined, he would give up his
Oier James Dunn, for violating rule 9, P. I.,
was fined five daye' .
Patrolman J. Sheeryyforfeited five days of his
pay for disrespectful language to a superior
officer.
Discharged.
Sandy Mitchell and Biohard Allen. the two
nepro boy charged with having stolen $1000
worth of books from the Academy of Sciences,
were yesterday discharged by Judge Smith.
Had this case been properly handled by the
prosecuting attorney, the two accused would
have gone before the Superior Criminal Court.
ltrevitles.
The Louisiana Field Artillery are anxious to
find the whereabouts of the regimental colors.
which were mislaid or lost on September 15,
1874, and will pay a handsome reward for the
same.
The members of Company D, Royal Guards
the King's guard-on Thursday night presented
their Captain Aron, a handsome gold badge.
Speeches and wine puloh followed, and the
young guards enjoyed themselves hugely.
short Items.
Luay MeAllister, a washerwoman, was arrested
at No. 81 St. Thomas street and looked up in the
Second Precinct Station, charged by Martha
Johnson with laroenyof wearing appareL
Chu. Heinz lugged away a barrel of potatoes,
the property of F. Cook's mother, and fiJr the
offense was lodged in the Second Statios.
A charge of lMaeery holds Richard White in the
Suburban Btadtio.
Ofieer Guzmadt, FoUrth Preeinct. found a sum
of money at the corner of Canal and Baronne
streets and took it to his station, where the
owner can recover it by proving property.
Catherine Myers, for pilfelng on the levee,
was looked up In the Harbor iion.
At half-put 9 o'clock m.htsday night, at
Banks' pla4tlon, eight miles below the city,
a deckhand of the steamer Alvin, aged nune
teen years, accidentally fell off a bandle of tfle
sacks into the river and was drowned. His body
hae not been recovered.
Anthony O'Rourke, oharged with cutting and
wounding an organ- grnder with intent to mur
der him, was yesterday sent by Judge Smith be
fore the Superior Criminal Court under $1.00
bonds.
Joseph Truxllo was lodged in the Oentral Sta
tion an a charge of larceny.
James Walsh, for obtaining money under
false pretensions, was immured in the Central
Station.
At a quarter-past S o'look last eveningta, a hore
was roun over and killed on the New Orleans and
Carrollton Railroad by dummy No. 4. The acci
dent occurred near Adams street.
Last evening a man named Albert Grant was
sunstruck, on at. Bernard, between Urquhart
and Girod streets. He was taken to his residence.
Eyrleh's address is Look Box 418, New Or
leans.
Wasr.ER PRODUft , E'rc.--Mesers. Bheehan &
ltuss, 5s and 92 Poydras street, rank, pe our city
readers know, among the foremost and most
reliable merchants in the Western produce
in this city. They are courteous, pop
ular ant strictly upright in their dealings, and
consequently enjoy the uliversal confidence of
the commercial community. We t 5 pleasure
in directing the attention of our readers to their
card in another column.
T'as O matwaN B~o.--It is a source of
congratulation to our ofi£ens to be able to an
nounce the completion of that stupendous work,
the ."Conveyance Record." now just finished
and compiled at No. 12 Oarondelet street. L. J.
Dodge & Co. have done the people good service
in their great work, and now all thetangles and
hazy wens hitherto surrounding titles to prop
erty in the city can at a glance be discovered
and genuine titles furnished in fall abstract in
a short time. Attorneys, etc.. should visit 12
Carondelet street and see the Record.
inceo the people of Louisiana are again
vouchsafed the right, so long denied thep, of
self-government, a perceptible change, even to
the most unobervin . in the confidenoe that
now reigns, is maniest. The rapid increase in
values both as iegards real estate and personal
pro., no one can gainsay, yet there are,
nevertheless. bargains still to be had, as can be
e.en by calling at the office of Messrs. Nash &
Hodgson, who offer an unusually attractive list
of properties, including plantations, lands and
desirable city property.
The S~. Louis Inbtitute for Young Ladies, one
of our oldest female colleges, which is now
under the management of Mrs. E. H. Matthey,
offers unusual inducements for the education
of the youngladies of our city. The course of
studies is comprehensive in every respect, and
careful attention is also paid to thorough in
struction in music both vocal and instrumental.
as well as painting in both oil and water colors.
Established in 1847, this institute has received,
as it justly merits, the patronage of the people
of Louisiana.
"Cleanliness is akin to Godliness"-a wise
aphorism. History comemorates this fact, and
J. H .Keller is evidently determined to furnislr
the important saponaceous element incident.
At his factory, corner of St. Andrew and Howard
streets, a large force is daily engaged in sup
plying the constant demand at the depot and
office, No. 110o ravior street. Mr. Keller makes
a sopecialty of laundry and toilet soaps, and the
patronage bestowed on him is conclusive that
we have no occasion, an of old, to go beyond the
liat Is of our city to obtain n first-class article of
soap. Home industry should be encouragedanud
no other house offers a fltter opportunity for
the inception of this laudtable effort to build up
the manufacturing interests of the South.
"Full many a gem of purest ray set.l'ne" often
lies buried for ages in the collection of some on
thusiast on the subject, stuh as the late Dukeof I
Brunswick; but fortunately through the enter
prise of some of our leading jewel
D rs. there are yet many valluile stones
within the reach of those who appreciate
them. I. C. Levi, of los Canal street., offers
an unsurpassed assortment of diamonds,
eoarlg and other precious gems. as well as a
line collection of watches, jewelry. etc. at the
lowest market prices, and on every Tuesday
and Priday he disposes at auction a choice se
lection of watches and jewelry, which are sold
I without reserve. Mr. Levi makes ai specialty of
. repairing watches and resetting dianlontls, and
r will give full satisfaction in any work entrusted
d to him.
Our well-known citizen. Mr. Louis (Irune
wald. the proprietor of Grunewald Hall. the
most extensive music house in the Southwest,
presents to his patrons an unexampled assort
ment of the latest novelties' in both vocal and
instrumen'al music. Possessing the general
agener of the leading Diano manufacturers of
both Europe and America. and controlling in a
groat measure the dire :t importation of such
musical instruments as are required by bands.
orchestras or amateur combinations. Mr.
Grunewald offers unusual facilities to all Who
have occasion to ourchase anything in his line
of business. Estimates are furnished on ap
plication. and catalogues will be mailed to any
address soliciting full information. Additional
inducements are offered to professors schools
and the clergy, and a visit to his well-.nown
conservatory of music will be amply satisfac
tory.
NovICE To Ran BRIaR SHIPgass.--Te steamer
Ella Hughes will put freight and passengers to
Grand Ecore without reshipping at Alexandria.
Leaver on Saturday, let, atk p.m,. The light qt
booat in t trade.
The Columbus (Ga.) qurer hs o the
opinion that the new constitution Ida be
overwhelmiglgy approved by the~op
of that atSt
The celebrated Glenn Waukesha MineraI
Spring water for sale at sa St. Chales street and
121 Canal street. lGeo. McCloskey. sole agent.
Mr. Charles Lacoume will, early in Septem
ber, stand in the front ranks of billiard players
and absorbers of strong drinks. During the
resent summer le has given little attention to
usinessin a generll way, as his special atten
tion has been given to repairing and renovat
ing. His St. Charles bar-room is quits a wonder
in its way, and the frescoing will attrdct the
critical eyes of thousands of visitors. Every
thing has been built up straight from the bot
tom, with but one idea-that is to please gentle
men who wish to play billiards or partake of a
gently stimulating drink.
HARDWARl. ETc.-Persons passing by the
great store of Rice, Born & Co., 89 and 91 Camp
street, judging from the extent of their estab
lishment and the comprehensiveness of their
stock, would think that this minst be their main
headquarters. But they are miptaken; let them
visit their branch store, at 597 Magazine street.
and they will find it out. There can be found
the largest and choloes t stock in the hardware
and builders' line that can. be found in the
Southwest. The Charter Qak stoves alone have
gathered around Mesars. Rice, Born & Co. a
multitudinous array of customers. Read their
advertisement and give them a call.
Among the most prominent importers of
wines, etc.. In this city is our young and enter
prising neighbor. Mr. Walter E. Hepp, whose
business habitation is at No. 101 Gravier street
Mr. Hepp is the son of the late W. T. Hepp, of
Roehereau & Co., who was one of the most ex
tensive and successful merchants in his line in
the South. Our young friend partakes of his
father's character and business habits, and, we
are glad to say is meeting with the success that
he deserves. As a coadjutor in business he has
Mr. Walter, a gentleman of long experience
and wide popularity. Mr. Hepp's stock em
braces a great variety of freshly imported wines,
liquors, oils, sardines, prunes and Italian mer
chandise of every description.
COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE,
AT BATON ROUGE, LA.
The next session of this school will begin on
WEDNESDAY, October 3, 1877. This is a family
boarding school for boys. The healthfulness of
the location is unsurpassed. Instruction
thorough in all that is necessary to prepare the
student for any grade in collego or any pursuit
in life. Disciline parental, The constant per
sonal care of the Principal is given to the health,
morals and manners of the pupils.
For ciroulars, with necessary information.
app) to
, H.N. MAGRUDER, Baton Rouge, La.,
Or H. B. IAGRUDER, 54 Camp street, N. O.
set lPlt
PEABODY HIGH SCHOitI,
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
WITH PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT.
KH R. H. AW, Principal.
No. 67 Collseum street, corner $t. Mary.
The Fifth Annual Session opens on Monday,
September 17,1877. For Circulars apply to the
Principal, at the school, from to to 11 a. m. and
a to 5 p. m., or to JAM.S A. GRESHAAM. No. 't
Camp street. eel lm cod
QT. LOUIS INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG
(Established in 1847.)
Mrs. E. H. MATTKEY ........ ......Principal.
All the branches of a finished education, in
both English and French. are taught by pro
fessors of superior knowledge and science.
German and Spaiish languages also taught.
Music, vocal and instrumental, receives see
lal081 attention.
Classes for a thorough course in model and
in object Drawing will be reorganized early in
p ode0sion. Also, Painting in oil and in water
For further information apply at the St,
LOUIS INSTITUTE, 215 Dauphine street, be
tween Ursulines and Hospital.
eel em SaSuATh
TO COTTON rLANTERS.
USE THE CONDENSED
Indelible Cotton Marking Ink.
ONE GALLON MAKES ONE BARREL,
3a S5 PER BARREL.
Prepared and for salP b y
FREDERICKSON & HARTE,.
139 CANAL STREET,
Touro Building, New Orleans.
Rel 2t
(O() TO MIOO)DY'S,
Corner Canal and Royal sts., ;
FOR NEWEST STYLES IN
SHIRTS T
- AND -
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
selt It . . . . .
BARNES' HOTEL,
MISSISSIPPI CITY,
WILL BE KEPT OPEN
DURING THE WINTER MONTHS,
as well as the Summer Months.
THE BEST PLACE ON THE COAST FOR
HEALTH RECREATION.
The best of Fish, Oysters. Crabs. Fruit. Vege
tables and Game.
Terms............ ..$40 per Month.
sel 2w J. D. MAYER & ('CO.
QUEEN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
-OF
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
Capital, £2,000,000 Sterling.
Assets in this Country.......... $1,422,571
WELSHANS & WOODS, Agents,
No. 188 Gravier Street.
NEW YORK, July 10, 1877.
By advices just received we are informed
that the Company has instructed Mr. C. E. L.
Jarvis, the Resident Secretary at St. John, N.
B., as follows:
Draw on s for all losses when ad
• Justed. Contrebute Twenty-Eve Hundred
e Dollars to Rene WFand.
e W. . BOs&. Maaller.
jy212 tt~u&sel.
89 and 91 Camp Street.
BRANCH HOUSE
597 Magazine Street.
[Establishqd in B4.R.)
Importers and Dealers in Foreign aid
Domestio
HARDWARE,
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
-AND
Carpenters', Cabinetmakers',
Blacksmiths' and Coopers'
Tools.
TINNERS' STOCK, TOOLS AND
MACHINES.
Nallr, Bar, Band, Hoop and
Sheet Iron.
SHEET COPPER AND SHEET ZINC.
SPADES, SHOVELS, HOES AND PICKS.
AXES:
MANUFACTURERS OF
BRIGHT TIN AND JAPAN WARE.
IHOUSEHHRNISHI D GOODS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
GRANITE IRON STOVE WARE.
Sole Agents for the Celebrated
C! ARTER OAK
STOVES.
THE IMOST COMPLETE COOKING STOVE
EVER MADE.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR PRICES BEFORE
PURCHABING ELSEWHERE.
set
Sel
HOME CORN SHELLER.
Shell frtom 5
to lObuael
peehmhr. te
S moves the Corn
eoeEl from the
ron h trets.
M eeo roa rkm
otate. or at
the Mit|.tppti River. Wo ahenler enot C. 0. . Rnole, one tot
Iar i e tlmwl to py Exprer.i Chasrges liberal ditnoont to
Aotive Agents. EDWARI THOMPSON,
112 A 114 l'oydram t., New Orleans.
LIVERPOOL COTTON PRESH,
(FORMERLY READING PRESS),
Corner or Erato and Front strees.
STANLEY & CO.
SeL IW*
RANGES AND GAS FIXTURES
AT NEW YORK PRICES. O
Agents for the
Great larstow and Warren RAanges.
Dealers In Gas FIxtures. Pumps. Bath Tubs
and Plumbing Materials. Plumlitng and Gao
Fittitg promptly attended to at
SULLIVAN & BULGER'S.
set I 7 eCamp ttreet, neIar PT,ylras.
THOMIAS SHEEHAN. S. K. RUSS.
SHEEIIaAN & RUSS,
-DEALERS IN
DRY SALTED MEATS,
BACON,
POIK.
IARD.
FLOUR,
CORN MEAL
8 and 92 POYDRAS8 STREET,
(et NEW ORLEANS.
LEIGHTON'S NEW STYLES.
French Cut SHIRTS,
English and American Cut SHIRTS,
Coat Sleeve Cut SHIRTS,
Open All Down in Front SHIRTS.
invalid SHIRTS. o.en all down behind,
S iral Seam SHIRTS.
Fat M-n SHIRTS,.
SHIRTS open all down at the side,
A luxury for Summer Wear. No pulling over
the head or mussing your hair. All
artistically balanced without draw
Ing under the arm or choking
the neck.
Store prices for New York Mills and Wam
sutta. $1 so; specially made to order, $2 to sa, at
LEIGHTON'S,
Corner of Canal and St. Charles Streets.
sel it
SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND
d COAST PACKET.
Leaves every TUESDAY and SATURDAY.
The fine passenger steamer
SELLA HUGHES,
- Joe Dalferes master, E. Nicolle clerk,
I- Leaves New Orleans every TUESDAY at 5 p. m.,
and SATURDAY at 5 p. mD. Rturnn. laves
d Donaldsonville every FRIDAY and MONDAY
morning.
For frelkt or passage apply on board.
P. 8.-- clerk always oen landing, head of
Conti 5te o receive freight, se
CLARK & MEADER,'
I6 AND IS CARONDELET STREET, I
IMPORTER.S AND DEALUBS IN
FANCY AND STAPLE
GROOERIES.
RlOEDERER5' FINENIT CHAMPAGNE,
Put up for the Russian Market.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
SEIGNORET'8 AND CRUIS FILS FREES8
MARYLAND CLUB,
OLD BOURBON and
BAKER'S RYE
PURE PARCHED AND OIIOUND
JAVA.
('(O IRDOVA
and RIO
FINE LINE OF
OOLONG,
ENGLISHH BREAKFAT,
GUNP(OWDEIRM,
IMPERIALS,
JAPAN and
YOUNG HYSON
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED AND DELIV
ERED FREE OF DRAYAGE. sel
J. I,EVOIS, D, JAMISON.
sbis Rue de la Victoire. New Orleans.
Paris.
J. Levois&Jamison
NO. 126 CANAL STREET,
IMPORTERS OF
French,
English,
German
and Swiss
illY I000 i
- ALSO -
GENERAL DEALERS IN
American, Fancy and Staple
DRY GOODS & NOTIONS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Orders received and exexuted in Europe by
our Mr. J. LEVOIS, with care and dispatch.
J. LEVOIS & JAMISON,
sel It 126 Canal street.
BORNIQ & BROTHER,
Et4TABLISHED IN 184t,
IMPORTERS OF
Havana Cigars,
-AND--
LEAF TOBACCO,
Whohlsale Dealers in
DOMESTIC CIGARS,
Leaf and Mapufactured Chewing Tobacco.
HAVANA LOTTERY PRIZE4 easihed at the
must aldVantfagl s rat's of exchange.
1 .........."GRAVIER STREET ..........77
D set It NEW ORLEANS.
MBS. MARGARET HA'UGHERY.
MARGARET'S
L., STEAM AND MECHANICAL
s BAKERY,
of N x. 74, 7e6 md 7s New Levee Stree.,
set NEW ORLEANS, LA.
IU)WARD SALLE. S OkfiAMMAlls
NALLE & CAMMAC ,
AND
Commitslon Merchants,
No. 198 Gradler Street,
NEW OBLEANS.
0!.4a advances made on eonsignmente of Cot.
tonl and Produce generally. Sol it
SPECIAL NOTIC.E.
Wanted-Everybody to know that edI
ley Bros. are not agents for the sale of wagons
and carts, but having unequaled faellities for
manufacturing at their own factory in Wheel
Irng. W. Va., they arm prepared to furnish every
sioe and style of FIItT CLA88 cane wagons, ox,
rice, farm, Iagasse or one-horse carts, three or
four-mule canh" crarts, wheelbarrows. spokes.
fellnes, shafts. wagon and cart material, etc..
as low prices as any inferior work offered In
tis market. Furthermore. that we use no
white pine for cart beds, or blac kgum for bubs,
that we uit in full site axles, LOCUST HUBS
THOROUGHLY SEASON Ds Alleghany moan
tuin white oak timber, and give a reliable guar
antree with every wagon and cart sold by us.
Who have a foundry and nauehine shops at
Thri.tldaux, from whnene we can furnish every
dlescription of plantation matlhinery. Identl
fled with the Intei-rests of the country in which
we livei, we respetfully solicit a share of the
unl,li patrnagt. BOI)k)LSY BROTHERBS
Nos. 127 ad 129 (:Tlmmon street, between St,
Charl-es and City ifotie's. sol 1W
Special Notice to Opelousas Shllppel.
All freight tracn etrrid from N·eamers BERIITE
aid BIlt SUNFLIOWERI tit LittleDevil bar tO
Steanmrs C(IEOLE and MINNIE is insured
slt if HITE & CARLIN, Agents.
There will be a meeting of the ofleera
of the First (JeffTrson) Battalion, Louifsana
State Militia, at the Armory of Comoany A, on
SATUItIDAY. Sept. 1, at 7:30 p. m. Punctual at
tendilanrc is requested.
By order of MAJOR B. C. ELLIOTT,
sel It Commanding Battalion. b
Office of the New Orleans and Onachlit
River Transportation Company, No. 2 Canal
street, corner Delta, New Orleans, Aug. 30, 1877.
A nmreting of the stockholders of the com~ose
will be held at the offlee thereof on MONDAY,
Sept.. 101877. at 1o ri'eleirk a. In., for the purpote
of taking into consideration the diseolutt of
the company. FERD. N. CELLOR8
au81 td Seeref*a.s
Special Notiee - Special Noetlee to 1
Rivter Shippers-We have placed the very IIgt,
draft steamer TIMMIE BAKER, with our l*rW
barges (on whic(h cargo insures same as ',
steamboats), in the shoal part of ied ý
This insures certain and prompt delivery of jl
freights shlppl'd by nu. The Baker will be
joined by the FRANK WILLARD in a few das
JO. A. AIKEN,
auzns tf 111 Oravir street.
Delinquent Taxpayye)r-Citlzens' Sav1i
Bank. Grunewald Hall. 22 Baronne street
Orleans. July 5. liR7-This SAVINGS 11Ah
will advance to Laborers, Mechanics, Clerkt...
etc. the money necessary to pay their taz+
under Act 96 of 1877, and repayment may 1bh
made to the Bank in weekly or monthly lis
stallments. M. BENNER,
jyf tf Cashieok
special Notiee.-Partles havrrn Plee
with the undersigned, and on which back-/s
terest is due, are hereby notified to settle sM
otherwise they will bh sDld at anetIon 81ale
begin MONDAY, September 3 througr PoI
J. pctear Auctioneer. A. TESTTABT,
auntttd Corn er Royal and Toulouse streets.
For the Lake - Omfe of New OrleaM
City Railroad Company, No 1I Canal streetsb
New Orleans, May 221877.--Untl further no
trains for the Lake will leave the city every hmoo
from 6 o'clock a. m. to 3 o'clock p. m.,
every half hour from p. m. to 9:o . D m.
last trainlwill leave the Lake End at 10:ao
myll tr C.0. LEWIS, Secretary.
FOR RENT.
TLUANTED-TO RENT, A COTTAGE OR i
TV two-story house. containing at leasteight
or nine rooms, one with large yard preferred.
in the First or Fourth District; rent must y
moderate; possession wanted y the aSt ol '
October. Address J. H. D., this offe. sel 8
SOR RENT --fPLENDID BRICK RiU*X
den ce, with large grounds, trees, etc., .
ins the Mississipni river, between Clouot 'S
Louisa streets, Third District.
Stores Nos. 3 Tchoupitoulas, 69 Common Xt,
St. Charles street, 104 St. Charles street, and 10
Exchange Alley.
Possession given immediately. For tar
apply to A. ROCHEREAU & CO., 1I and 18 S
Louis street. sel 239 1 - 23 3s
LTOR RENT - THE TWO-STORY FRAME
J dwelling No. 363 Carondelet street, near
uornler of Thalia: in thorough order, large and
-onmfortable, containing ten rooms, with gas and
gas fixtures, bath room, hydrant. cistern, wood
anti coal shed, and large paved yard; cnve
nient to the Dryades market andi several lines of
city ears. For further particulars apply at No,
15 l'olymnnir treet. setl '*
1OR RIENT - STORE NO. i MAGAZINE
F' street, corner of Canal; the whole or any
part of the building.
No. s1 Magazine street, running through to
Founchor.
Front office, second floor, No. 160 Common
street.
Apply to IHUG(l W. MONTGOMERY, 4
set it112 Customhousest.
L1.OR RENT-HANDSOMELY FINISHED AND
1' completcly furnishi.l house: fiv tbed-rooms,
bath-room, hot and coli water and stationary
washstands in each room; good neighborhood;
convHnient to market, and cars. fossessiont
givwn immediatuely it ldesiried. or will rent house
low and sell fu)rnitanreo heap. Address HOUSE
HOI,). Democrat ofie,. anal It
r(O IRENT--A LADY IN THE GARDEN DI
1 trict has a neatly furnished room to rent, No
children in the house. Cars pass the door.
Rernt to suit the times. Address Mrs. P., Deoat
ocirat office. ansl at
TO RENT-A TWO-STORY HOUSEr-$
I rooms and cellar, for $25 a month; Broad
str.et, No. 1;, between Canal and CustomhousE t
pleasant neighborhood. atll_
LTOR RENT-THE COTTAGE, NO. 148 ELt
I sian Fields street, conlaining eight room.s.
kitchen, servant's room, two wells and a efl
tern, together with several large lots and stabI
The above is suitable for a large dairy, dra
men or a gardener. Rent cheap to a gooda
tenant. Apply at No. 146 Carondelet street.
jo28 tf
COPARTNERSHIP .
TrHE FIRM OF ABIBATT & CO., PLANT
i er' Cotton Press, is this day diesol ed by
lirmitation. W. M. ABBATT
J. E. RANDJLP1H,
New Orleans, Hert, 1, 1877. sel 7t*
LOST--FOUND.
L -OUND-ON THE MORNING OF AUGUST
. :.i, a cow was found astray at the corner (t
Montegut and Moreau streets. SThe owner hfl:o'p
have the sam by provinr prorty andro K EA
expenses. Apply to I)DMINICK SEA 'li
is Montegut street. 1.
STRAYED.
I AME] TO MY HOUSE ON AUGUST n.
L. SETTER DOG, which the owner ca
by identifying the same and paying elpened
Apply at 678 St. Charles street. Sei.
[(AME TO MY HOUSE ON AUGU .
L SETTER DOG. which the owner
by identifying the same and paying
Apply at 678 St. Charles street. -
REMOVALS.
I DEMOVAL-THE NEW ORLEANS
1J7 lailway Company have removed
to 159 Common street, lower floor,
formerly. Occupied by the New
- light Company. *
BOARDING.
SELECT PRIVATE BOAD
ably furnished front
with or without bi
deuce No. 146 t4
searchý.1 ho .
t1ºie it'r"n

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