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NO0TE8.
wants to sell out all her Afriean
tncluding the Azores, to England.
will presently own the entire African
Is to have an exhtllliton of r>1n
lHorticultural Hall, and ai gold watch,
alld a dlamotrlo ring arel toi he
tothe thhree han(.dwmnst. At Ia114t s(.
isemonts read.
aggregate vote for slheriIffI sit tih rl'
lkation In Cmonectient, fHoots li ) 1,0;I
and 41,175 l)omrolrati., a ll'IpubI
majority of 71:3. Th' Labor atn<lli'+
exactly 1000) votes.
culture of enoffTo in Califonlial l4 ho
protltahle. The plant, grow~ ait vigr
as in the coTffee ouni rils ,Ff Southm
and yields a been of 'ol g as ito ronn
., entral and o14niithern (':a.lllforina
SIots peculiarly favoral.ble.
Igl boxing mnateIhes O ,f Iue Ijlt lanns,
t'the adversarIen stanls till anol
lows, the merit Ibeing a.scrltain'llll by
of bruIIses na mnn nmy reon'lve
- asking for iquartwr. No 4kill, 1ut, In
theGorman fortresai now bullding
R flussian frontier will 1h, Ilnih'de, it
hd by 1880. (If the nin, fr,, oi' tCh,
R ls near l1osen, ti l',' will Ie ',
8i 1878, three In 1879, and li tihe 's, i
inPg year. The twelvo forkt wlar
Sare equally well Iiind'r way.
+ieports eonoerning tgh dill' algii g
the reeont 1loo(ls Il3 tiI" A rgent in.
have not .enI extagg'erit.d. It, hiw'
that at, le-lv4, 40,333)O hIowl of
8,000,3000 hlti'ep perithtiI. lIhu
i'amillttl' hiavo 1ti'n ruined by " h1il in
the most disastrous whi ch13a oMer
In the country.
of Philadelpli a 'enpli111lis3 4 arI3
g the constructlitn ofr railrh'<I
S ion the Amazon ri\er, Ilboill
I miles from Its monuth, in1, 1i
in Bolivia, a, diltHtnllo' ofm. 1' h
hty-five tiles. 'I'he Idle I for
meat of the l'Phlladeliphia land
trade.
that the Houthern mtnl3,n'rs will
haew .onsus law 1i soo framed 1a 14y
i. eurate numbnerin of l h11 people.
151.8 is an abrdilll ttraolty onl aly
ent for the purpoime '. pJrmit
-iU managers to outlrang"ouI.Ily
South in the olghth) crlt4lr;, a11w1
may be again attmlllpted3if Ihi('
ly law Is retalnn'd. IAthlnta
ztee of Valo Is R. lawyer,. ir
d'tbari.ter. He was ca'll'd lt tho li ar
ago at his own ldesireI andl witht
formalitte, antl took tihe o l, Iprn
- admission. 11, was at, t1ih snm33e'
a Master of the Iloinch, the Hlen'h
iths governling bitody of thet Sol'ity
Temple. His porlltrait, 1l13 r'4
painted In the lnceh'r's milklin
1i to be plecod in the nlh,1 old 11111 1
ls Temple as a recordl of ,(1 not11
areuamstarnce as a lloyal Prince's
the legal prof.sshion.
usekeeper's Union, ortganizl3'l Iy
tern, In Berlltn, now nilllbei's
* who do all their buyillng on t lhii
plan. The clerks in t l3 girl.eary
en and girls. Pi'lurhsase iare'
e quantities, and 1sales are at (1,3
SThe union began with 2131i ntIin
i ontributed $2 Ioah asM esliltll. In
this sUt 8 .$1 per yOIlt' as ililw 104
expelnse of procuring all nieded
the lowest po1ssibl ratL.
S@ongresiional lnhb.
[QOorier-Journal.]
of stuff which is printed Inl tIhi
SRecord, purporting to i,
Congressmen ih ltih' interest of
nt 1, Is llustratal in the oral 101io
ttive Hanmiltnm, of Indihna. lie
n opposition to the l'arls Ex
mid slad:
ished Amtn'r'can lot s.av. in his
Ii of Landalphloi as 1lr, ri'i, ib
oi prayer litening to lht uLraylors
* hearts that. are brokenl with loxt,1 ,
with dralraing the crosses
qt wr morwl t1 IHlirI
era the prayeors i he 4standl.
aige Into flowers iii his haunds,
ds of purple and rid,'
lievo in a hereaftlerI Lit nu , I -
ht and beautiful tland. 4wvir,'
Lhbe anll groalnsillV ,m'hIy 117h
O let ut beliwovhi it h liid whor,
S.been burtldened by
' r ull ug the croR ses
heavy for mortals to boar.'
on earth saw their ,hi lren rry
anid were comrihiliI tI giveh' ',ii
.e whose little hotllmstnilds hitv
Lway from them and wht ts'o weot
U e od upon the coldt 'haril . 1' I Ih
like the poor Iman whoi hld his
by the dogs at the ribh iin1" dIloir.
leave their narthly tnoliilnts, Ih,
tIearms of th' otuititol'i. li"lthir
some recompeonse for the nli4'ry.
the sorrow and aligony which hiov
In this world."
er of the Speaker fornrulatlly
wishwashy twaddle, which wias
ly a burden "tAt hOli\avy ifr lilor
Its cmnntttion with the Pal'ris
bill is not very close.
a'. Story of His Election.
a Letter to I'ittsburg Tologrle I,h.l
tells the story of hI l etilon to
a very agr ealble style, with alll
the bribery alnl i'orrulptin of
it course, left out. liHe sat. t lint
very confirltlet of anI lec 'l.h,
too, thought his chaii''s g"xsil.
b Iore eleOcton lite hhowever, .mi'
all the niemtnbr of the dark
together at hli.s ouste, and
with a banllquet. The darlkie,
ve mushi, and he halld it s.ng
ally for their wiiil.alntion tn tih
eh ran thus:
1vote for honest John.
'll vote for honest Jlhn,
lsend him to 'de uinit,'
t years long."
t was spent in eating, drinkinig,
song and geltting realdy for next
Just before the timil of thll
of the Legislature, the lllak col
toward the State-house with Pat
theheaXd. "I didn't like to do it,"
'!but a man gets hardnhned in war.
d up tie Capitol steps like ai
army. Elliott and Scott stixil hby.
turned white, and Stcott's knees
like Belshazzar's."
.a Bewing Machnlle. 155 CIanaIl
's laivtation to the China Pala .
t. aenever.
ie not a beautiful person, in
the Washington correspondent of
AUqairer. Thus runs the de
Conover has lean, spidery legs,
body, a slouchy and
and nervous movements; a
Sdeep-hemmed; is very bald,
hair, like a back curtain,
pox lor' small, twink
weak and bashful. The
liugnalty, and seldom set
1he naked cranium is
shell. He has 1ai l nose, a
a t the tip, a~ wn beard
ws theface is a
Sthe Hat, inverted
ieolltion the Chisaula S.
E. FIXAR'Y'S
Air Cooling Apparatus,
'1'TIi e (.ri .lttl 3lr 0)' I'rtctl-lvil ltl I'for
('14>< Is l BI % (I II
in Ihiihl ingh . 1 l r v.r, lro1wer i . llill, ('arv, 3 ,:f-l-','lking En nihlihn 'entf, El'.
T |h n F e n . 1in (! u p o n tl n ll " o f;1 . l f a n UI ' " '', 1 o h o l vl." nu, l ' n l n lv y w 1't o f <1,0l o n , i tw n v
Thili nlri! nilt n I0 1 rl,,I,,t n 1 t hin I hltl .1111'IImIi will ill nw n looI o ro i l lwll l o ill
k].e t ! II euI! ",nr lowIly [ tmprY l l o.l r with it few-\ 11) h 11!4 dnily o Il ln ithon.
AIR COOLING APPARATUS.
,l It I I
S tol fr, lii wlr t i, l h r in, ntwih m i ' hi, h. the frn .ing II I
Sii i
ikh-,I in .fw hou,..
A - If It ( l t l f h ' rl t " t , qi l " n i n .' it t,
S rll'l~\l i'I uI!ll /ll n b",llhihm twu in,, , YI tlm wItt" oiwerl" 1 |ulb t v an € 1
lih h w ti f li nl t , th . g Ir fi n.I
I t " dI I'i g t, I"- In lh h r ,h . 1 I r I I IIfu lly -vlllý
L I Ii I.& 4 14 ...
FI illll ,I mllin r ti n furi holl'lll]l aell at'Iim o
oýI'o oftloo " ox.I IO, 1'ToI Olr oans.
'ft-tutto itt tt loo it, ittb bi I p plitant tni ntil'ni ~ t tito li of it I if, r fl,,,, t.1V
lit 11111 tIltr ;t fi it i I r til y nv ~I 1111n 111i I IIt i l I i ,1:,ll hI t t l orit 111 it; 1ii1 ''..
Cornier of J1elord and Fo:'chor streets, Newv Orleans,
CONSTRUCTORS.
Edw. Fizary,
rI'otonfyo c 3c0x 30O, I~Jo'w c rloi isw.
(11121 Iff
THE NEW AMERICAN
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY.
i: vin jus-t op l, a n1. a rnom with ai hago
1sto k ofi ' ntle i - lI tnlllrovid I nII'IeJl Iat
Is 4'anal street,
w , eorlit lly invit t hi, ladI ,,s land I th Du hlic
gl nllll .Jy ito rnti and ~ rninnll ~il tivh : sp ol' l l|llnt.
iThll n .'hin.' haill tit LAT'El TI'T IMilI'.OVE
STEN'I'H, usnI is au mii\,l of It .,CIIANIMM1. HIM
1'II(CITY aiil D)ULIIAIll1ATY. It runs lightl'.
nlll kes J r I'V. iittlre noise, has I 51 r.., . s un oln n m i'lr
th,, irm anul is a EAh, I I- T LEAItNEI) of any
hIllnilj in Ihl wI orIlI.
lI-t NI,'dl1hs i'r .MElF:-SEI~ FIIN-G antld t111, only
IHMlF-l'l'tEAItN(i ..HIU'I'TIE in use.
\Vs i lgnulllant[o ii t he
Best andl Cheapest Machine
in ths marklt.
011l-o and salIo-roon 1H Canal strott.
D. A. KENON. rManluacr.
Agents Wantid.
O. A. PEIIICE.
10n21lm Ait'nt for New Orlii1.
A. CAPITON,
MtERChIANT TAILOR,
....... .ARONDELET MTREET.2....
Near Canal,.
Wi.hes to inform hi.s ecutomnrq and the pubh
lie in general that he has for sale Wedding and
Evnlittlg Sits, maido in altoge.thter lnw style,
andll s io (ollGent.!hanlOs' FashloIa)1leo Totllitt'.
He hais alwaysL on hanld a nli'o assorl'tment of
thre Ilatr styles of Import,+d (Good,. and do-e
the hst work in the city, at viry reasonable
prihes and satisfaction guaranted.
non 2111 hllTlTh.la
W. W. MIIAlI'PE & CO.,
PUBLISHERI' AGENTS,
No. 2 Park Row, New York,
Are nuthorized to contract for advertising In
our paper. no27 tf
T'HOS. HUNTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has removed his office to
No. 52 Camp street,
Over the Sun Mutual Insurance Company
no4 am
HENRY B. KELLY. HENRY L. LAZARUS.
Master in Chancery.,
KELLY & LAZABUS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Solictors in Chancery,
st asmmerdl le e. ,
+ , nw0 :
UGREAT REHDUCTION
- IN TIOE -
I. R ICES
-OF THII-
SINUER SEWING MACHINE.
BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATION
MACHINES.
THlE SINGER
WILL LAST A LIFETIML.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND CASH PRICES.
Address
THE SINNER MANUFACTURING CO.,
MS CANAL STREET.
Rn13 tmhl
DAVID F. CON OVEIR & CO.
SUCCESSORS TO WM. B. WARNE & CO.
WHIOLEMALE DEALERS
-IN
WATCHES & JEWELRY,
S. E. corner Chestnut and Seventh streets,
PHILADELPHIA.
American Watch Wholesale Salesroom.
o.o0 6m cod
Mine. H. BAUSSET,
MIDWIFE
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HER CUSTOM.
ers that she has transforred her domilile to
183 Rampart street, between kt, Ann and Du
maine.
Receives boarders from the city, also from
the country.
Consultations from 11 o'clock a. m. to 1 o'clock
p.m. se1l am Tu Th Su
SPECIAL NOTICE.
PHE ST. BERNARD COAL COMPANY HAV
inaremoved from their old stand, to their
neow and oommodious office No. 29 Carondelet
street are prepared to fill orders for Coal at
zszFve sTao. rreL
JNO. JEWETT & SONS,
z L E AAD p T
LINSEED,
N I . V " 4 i , I
'' Thln vn LEAl) Is vtrl,'tly I'1IRE. The lly hv mli nul'turlr d onlv lthin qnlltyl fr th Ins t
two tlty Vyl.lr. (Orllrgi.lit "nl , g L""' l as1 ny lrmlll In this .ountlry. aln Ithi, i ovo 011, ih WAJI
RANTED to I I'ELRFECTLY PURI;. For 1sn1 by
W. M. AIIIsATT, No. 52 rPeter. 3treet,
oPr24Im 1H,OlE A(I;N I' FIlt NEW ORLEANS.
GO TO GRIUNEWALD HALL,
- FOl TIlE IIEHT-
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
SHIEET \IMUSI
-AND
IiltRAS INSTRItME.NTS,
WIVTIif ARE OFFERIED AT
IA >IVl;1I, I'Ji i ( .I( '-I
Than at any othelr Muscl Ilouse In lthil I(olntry.
A MAfINIFI. I;NT 'I'O(',(K OF TIlE (JEI,;E A'ATEID IANOI (F
ºlý iisiaaLy, li1iithll , I'Iy4"i 11,14nd I 'i,.msiiIr
ALWAYH (ON HIANID, AND H(1,iD ON EAHY. ACI '( MOA'PATINI 'lEIRMS.
let My FI tiilates llfore Purchiiafig Iishewhoere.
SHni'll nttintlon ltild to IlEIA 11, (ON '1 ANO,., whl'h nro dolln by skilind workmran 4t mrod
ornto I rt'4 , urid n4t, g only 4hn DEil IT MAITFIII ,.
hiving ovortlhitg for CAHII, 4nl haIvlng no in !flll (IA NA I, HTIEET f RENT to [i.ny, I ran ' 1i
mliy llilt.TIU l llMU( LOW R, f ill It lt y r'rtoru .4v h Ih, noiltt of It.
Your iltron' lliisg 4 r'.t,4 tfully 14(l4 itill.
LOUIS GRUNEWALD,
o021 Grunewald Hall, 14, 18, I1, IO lind 2 RBaronne street, New Orlpani.
PHILIP WERLEIN,
NEW MUSIC AND PIANO STOIE,
NO. 135 CANAL STREET, TOURO BUIII)INI,
THE RENDEZVOUS OF THE MUSICAL WORLD.
The lHeadquarters of tho Piilno and Music Trade of New OrlJanq and
the Monih.
Thin llon1a "Wtrl"in," In r1n1wnid o ,r its LOW P111/TE'-N AND AC('OMODr)D'iTINT TERMT , rind
orr fIt(, HSUI'EI R(I L iIUALI''Y ,of its instr entll sii . At hi Alllrnlrlotlh W rnl ooornl q ('e )! [(b foundll
ul nIu4ohtl4 nt ni
200 PIANOS AND ORGANS,
('(NSIHTrING( (,O '1IO)HI, INI E rU tAI,EIE AND PEIIFECT
C II I (1I I I! I N (X
UI'IUtIfI. GILtANI) ANI)D 4H)UAIE PIANO.
T'IIE ELEGANT UI'II(GHIT HARDIMAN IPIAN(i4. TIIE HTANDAIID EnTEY OIROANS.
MAMON & HAMLIIN AND N'EW E'IGlAND ORGANS.
Alon fifty 1R,1onl hand Pln.noR nnl O(rglans at [,rllio to sufllt 4;v'ryornn. Every
l llustlrulim t sol. d I flllly wItrrllntii d.
DIRECT IMPORTATION OF
MUHTCAlI INHTRUMENTH. Mtritgt+ 4t,., I,ECOMTE'H anl othllr BIAAH
INH'TRUME 'INT'. sold at WholosiII lland Ietalll, at t'rice. to dl-fy all corn
o4t it ion.
SHEET MUSIC-THE LAIRGEST STOCK IN THIE HOUT'rT.
PIANOS REPAIRED. TUNED, HAULED ORL HTOILED AT REASONABLE
PRICES. OLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCIIANGE.
n~~f
I. M. & B. J. M[ONTGOMERY,
Furniture Emporium,
Corner Camp and Poydras streets,
FINE PARLOR SUITS,
IN BILK, SATIN. COTOLINE. REPI AND IAIR CLOTH.
IP'1 111: 13EI )II ) 1) N l TMITYI rl ,
IN WALNUT. MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD. WITH FIRENCH PLATE IN ARMOIIRS
AND DRESSING CASES.
Fine Diningroom, Hall and Library Suits, Fancy Cabinets, Stands,
Desks, Tables and Chairs.
A Large Assortment of French Plate Mirrors.
A FULL LINE OF OFFICE FURNITURE.
A Large Stock of Medium and Common Furni tu re, suitable for the country tra de
Goods dellivred free of charge. mhb. tf
FURNITURE! FURNITURE!
ALL KINDS OF NEW FURNITURE.
BUCH As
BEDROOM SETS, PARLOR SETS,
PATENT LOUNGES 4ND CHAIRS, ETC.
For sale atthe lowest prices by
JOHN BOIS,
1s...........C.... amp Itreet..............5
UtlaNITURB TAKEN ON STORAGE.
EQUAL TO THE BEST.
Marais Street Steam Brewery
86........... Marals treet.........8.
Between Conti and St. Louis.
H. F. STUBCKEN, Proprietor,
ivi Sm NEW ORLEANS.
T. A. BECK,
Omfe and alesroom, No. 27 Peters st.,
Manufactor. arondelet Walk. between Roman
and Prteur streets, New Orleans.
Has eo fly on hand 8 r rHouh ,
ed at the
1NýZ
RAILROADS.
REAT JACKSON ROUTE.
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS
RlAILROIA D.
T)OTUBLE DA I Y THROUGH TRAINS
will delimrt from and arrive at the Calliope
Hi r,,tI int t fr(oml November 18, 1877. as follows:
DEPRI'A . AIRIVIC.
ixpr'IIeIN N,. I:I, pi.m. ExrrescNo.2, 10:o0a.m.
EI ,11r, No. , 7:le I Im. I ExprlRiNo.4, 10:00 p.m.
N,,I. I 1ad 2 run daily, :I and 4 (dally excopt
Huntl aty.
P'UlMAN PALACE TLEEPINO CARS
throulgh t, Iouilevilln. Cin'ncnnratl and Chicago.
withoutl I.liinilue. n1. fl r Ht. [,oui. a sleeper ts
lttih ,,tl Mittan, ornal,ling pitengers to go
lhro.uh withotl Ilnvingithtrain.
nlly onl chlanlg to New York and Eastern
Fr'lltv vtnling's tlrin makes no connection
for ('hIi'aigo.
Ar ulilin, hrl tiln It llilll. l t i,,e won Now Orleans
ind ,l Moi , ml € 1 i : V
I'il.Vni NW Ir )llina :1:45 Ip. mi. Hntuirday, and
7:040 i1. In. HItlli!h vY .
Arrive iii, New Orleans to 1:20 am. in. and 10:00
p. 11. M.|onilty.
Thlts i the onliv llinn rnnlllinlg doulleo dlly
thrllouigh i IUlllI to IIll rf frI om all points North and
rTiktsq for 0a.ln aln information gtlven at 22
n( pi ta , H l. lle, corner.of (!lCommon.
A. 0. HItliI,D(uN. TiNket Agent.
F. C(IIANI)i1lR, (Iln. P'1ss. Agent. tnlh
111E NEW oi'L,EANI AND MO(BIILE E.-
RIOAD --MOJILE LINktE
THiE GREAT A THRtOUOI IROUTE TO TIH
EAHIT, NOJITII AND WEST.
Vii Iolluville, viii Atllantal and via Ht. Louls.
CAIIIIYIN( THIE U. H. MAIL.
Trlilne arrive an1,ld ,l1epart from e0ot., foot Of
(anIILtl It 'ent, (1. follows:
IIDEPA RT. ARBIyVI.
Exprness. HIII- Expre....... I:8: a1 m.
1llyv loly...7:.m7!,5, n. m. Ex rllrIe .Hulln
EI.prl'. ..... i6:44. 1.i ,hi -only ...4:800. mI.
I' n.y o1 r.1'' Pa- I'I.nger. x
¢tvl1t Ho1 lith y.7.coit. r4. cost undl l y 9:45D.m.
I'Iillmnilllllnl'neI tCar dally to Cincinnati.
Lo,.wiVIlln. Nelhvilll. btt.LoulA Washington,
I4,ltirlonore cnhllvinwl I'llrflrlwh without chalnge
1lr1il lirlly n1111 crlhllalg tO NeW York and Eastern
citlng.
TI'k-t oftIen. elrner of CamIn and Oommon
Atri nt. n t,,p ,it ,City }I t-l.
I. . I O. I:INHON, Superintendent.
nlthatf J. W. COLE'MAN. Tiiket Agent.
THE ATLANTIC COAS I LINE.
PASMENEIR JIOU'I'EH TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST.
Reorganized for the Summer of 1851.
Working out of Now Orleans via the N. O0 and
M. I. it.. lll, ,r,:, ilnghn followling attractive
lllll111s Il t ll itltilonl of all North-bound Tour.
IHt4 tlll TtnvolV hr.:
!Route No. I-All Rall.
Via Montr.oltry Columbus, Macon. Augusta,
Wllmington , ilbhmond.
62 Hours, New Orleans to New York.
Thei 1amo1 time always a by any other line.
Pullman 8loetIinlg Cars to Opelika.
HoIll .Illy Tri.iiA ltllllnce to Auguspta, with
Pulllman Hi-elIng Cars attltched at Macon for
Wilmington.
Thtlrough train Wilmington to Richmond and
Now York with lllnlt tllt larlor (Jars attached to
RtIlhIionll--tbllnce l'ullman Blevping Cars to
New YorIk.
ALL (IIANIEiR AT REARONABLE I110UiU
AND INTO CLEAN AND PROPERLY
VECNTILATEDI) CAR.
Route No. :-Ray Line.
Over the1 ariIn lilnes tIo Wilmington ashy Route
No. I. Thlnoln by HInclial Parlor Cara to Ports
molllth, Va. ThIInceI.l lt 5:70 Il. m. daily (excet
Hilinlll¥y), by ithe mni4ifitlIIfont steamers of the
BAY LINE to, 1altirlorl. Thenco by New York
Express,. arriving In Nw York at 2:0a D. m.
A sixt y-ninl, hourll' rllun-only oeven hours in
(x!le,4 If aIl ralil tlne, with the aulvant.age of an
lundistullrb,,l might's r,.t aLrid superior 0o00m
modlltions ulipon the Che,,speake Bay.
Route No. A-The Olt Dominion Line.
The same Ifnes to Wilmlinaton and Port*e
llmolith iast ILoullt 1 allnd 2. Thence. on Mondays,
W'lidn uodayi al d 4111 trly lIt :ti0 l. m. b. the
mnlfliCllelllt irlllWliwhl e)ltllleaships of the OLD
DOMINION (JOMI'AN ., whlbh invariably arrive
iat tllnllr Novw York wharves at 9 p. m.
A through run of 70 hours, combliningthe
essntililil olImentsII of COieiiDness. Speed and
CoIrfort.
I'Il.gelirtgrs sho1uld leave New Orleanns atur
dIaysl Monllly ltrilld Thursdays to connect closes
ly with lhli ILine.
For Tlikl+ta, ClUhks. Time alrds and all ln.
forrralltion altity at the ofllces of the New Or.
loans and M obile Railroad.
A. POPE, (JIU.leral Passenger Agent.
J. II. WIIITE, Houthern Passenger Agent.
L. L. Ml, CEHKEY. HIulthwestern Agent. cor.
ntir HIt Chalrles and Comnlmon RtA. noll m
FOR MAKINC
Light Bread, Rolls, &c.
SiJEPARD'S IMPROVED
IoTP Yeast
3I THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
ARTICLE IN THE MARKET.
A - H1 1 y
yj, p, i cmn eat Bread raised with
tLi; Yeast with impunity.
P.I-,'t i. pit up in half-pound tin can;,
nod ''trrru,!l to 1"",) ttn/ lo0;/h of time
lit :,u; ;lirntic'. Full dir,' tiots for ttse
on o,, I'I'%/ rIIn, n,.d if flio".nrd strictly,
(,r;)D ill:'/L D will be i crtain result.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS GENERALLY.
S+'r ,)rt. elr'/ expressl/ for the
,'SOmutlhe.re Tl 'ra, by
WVI. H. SHIEPARD,
W'.¢,r,r M/ALE Dr . Arj:n IN
Teas, Spices, Mustards, &c.
G; (j'.sdomhouse St.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
CIINA--GLASS.
VINET.
2 7 .............C. anal street........3....6. 7
Near Rampart street,
invites his friends and the publie in general to
visit his store, examine his goods, and satisfy
themselves that they
Can Buy Cheaper from Him,
CROCHERY. STOVES AND, HOUSEYUBNISH
ING GOODS. fee i
a FIXT ITBE FOB BALE,
.elow New York Wholesale Pries,
-ITlri TO THE TBADE OB PUBLIC GUI.
EBALLY.
a large supply of English PIpe Hooks
as 'TTools and Malleable Mltnas ea
be for eash, at les thlan s eaeO tucl
as sOmapasmeL
audalehm s

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