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VI"W NIXA'a DUET.
YuC LeW64* taotuW Dllded on the uc*m tlan
at AdSiutfll It.
(Olnolnantl Enqutrer.]
itRtt~atoxn. Va., Pp e, 113. -Virraliltn'P 111.111'(
still the all eaborblng sIIhjI~'t Ihfuore I 10 1.1.
islattr'e, althiiih TO uno lOMll s Isk ot i'u'i fil
be rtaehnii. I't'lhere ar( oli0 hoodIr' null n sx
ynty-fl-v nonilwere In .1w two M olullnsin. aIIl(
they are diviled Into two NO iihii iirn' t'll -
Ution Is eonp(sin1 of del'I~ninihni' jr1 f iii'i iii
moiitern, k o1wnl hotrn 41 o£ thtlln 11111 I'I in -
JtnurHt nlll tho othor IIi ihjI' ia isol Ujiioh i
or moderate tnen. All ofi uh, out WIiI out1,
deb .pavers have nt 'tgi' IWilli thi nl' Uiiluit
uet, wh4 iloi-u Ie htdnt tlti'y Wiill oil)
nothing that will tcioish hlei' faiiir r'si'tih.vltoiii
of the Mltato, et.,
At a meet In hold li I11hi' (uiulto l to-ntul~gh
(.}En. Joe. It. A'nulirwitI. fo,". Jtii.Iuouuuku (1-1i.
Eci+Cols and iul.hoir hi'ditutg tmiin 1n1iutulu'u Iii's1£
to that elreu't.
At a t'ciu't. : iucuM of lRth F,1 '-hhIu'-. lollIi
tlght at the ilahiul I ts. it ilo ti'ij
Ettut tej[wrooli not yli'hi tuu I.Ii Mi iloiuitot-:,
tat they~ thy wolcuiil iiiii 0 tiding I li1,1' own
'way, ''he Futiohi iri' wi~r' hn t~hus Iuu tjni ii
bavntgl eIghty-hive aoluembers oI tlhei higlowia.
tore presulnt.
It will tii 1'rooittihirii'd thniit thlii fuli'o'l0
dtebt of Virginia is 11121iiM.OIWI. lIIi' Ibulods Iui.nu
ding Coupons roonivnble tsr Isixos, i.11iti 1ui'iiii1:
tUh a amount there is I tl a 1 lmvl sdebult (if
about *lhI,Oofl.hHllfM. lIe r'1"I I"i'ss sti,' the. s-er,
rndt'tiitet thiua rtho i' liii iii iii. At w tiu'u nieiel Iig
1 n ght they ales 11iihi' I mi' ilntsui ly I hiut
thtame of tn M Hne ·. o shall ino t bIe' illi's ren+4I
it&ll fearedI that. 111 H111i' sloin f lu014' ih./ itleo
will caueu' a shilll Ii t hi', l`10u'tuiisitli Pisl Y.
The t.oululnantn s narlior.
[I'hi lt lphl a T llin , , 1 Ii
At lat, after vearsn if distrllalltic'iPrllt n, I
LouIsitn.l has the reprns's'nltt i.n nl,', tht' lioo *
of the .lited SHntss Inlitl nii''rts- l t,,'lisr
by the constitution, nalt.iouh cirly ion of hr
t o 0Hnattors Is a ontoin iof Ilr s.tlion. Th'e I
mtissitn of Mr. Hlistin is tnaly jstesitdn, iii.
e all ant of julst| I,, ,grnIlo uI i) granti e nm
that would still hiave Ii'I sIait' wor, fu tus thr
hlotilal tDusthti. I,, uiilana ish. l htviss , had s
the advanli"g of s'hins unuist ionid vos .
months ago, whenl Killogsg's iin ttlntit l'iit
was first promsnted.tt and isnli olls, hndt it. 1l h.t
hnpudent ptlto'nlder wiuit hllt, notItw Inlll.
ifg the Menatte clhamlttt'r, ,nor wvuhi tJim Ifu
pulia'n party li wetighlttl with thi '1, rinttl'
of his alnmistsioll. As it ti. t i. i' -
publicans at's ti be I. 's0sit'i0d ltlini I tHi,
Itredt for Esisti+'l ttisin for I 'iloglg I'
adnlmssion for tho lii st,' was y toll and ll onI i
the question shliows thatl, c.loltr Isi 1 lhi' ',ih t ,
Was, comnparattvily f'w tof thuim -testl in tih
afi.rmative, .hth othrs. failitng, sIlt h1thiig prIim
ent, to answt"r toi tlheir tncmtt . WhVr,, wn.'s
C'onklin , Edmutlum, lionr, in:Iet and O.iw
restY The loppsrltition wasi gsrttmistlis oniv in
/ bittoernms f llV Rrt.y ri'ajllit l i. i5iVei't 'i ll i
"pun tlitt .tchltcritih, bit tu'1 ,contilry will
ave qtuite as little rt'usli'lt for tllii who did l
not vote at all as' fior thiew' wiss v,'Ied in tihe
Reiative. Teh nll1issitg v~'tiw Iwotllsi ha hv, 11t It
forthtoming if thurn lt nisi atsi ity itihnse t.o
contlnuo the ditrlaim il.nhlmuntll l lT l t a na1c1 i,
ori t perpetuat' her tist rit'ero+is'issntthi i t lti'
Menate.
--. --o -- ..
The Work iefore 'nlllreliiA.
iN Y.Y. ltis il.l
WARsIN TN|Tium. )i'.12. ThI" i unptr' tllst'tslsnt,
to.omitttes iLof' t lit sslust, hI.ve g ot. so htr in
their work that shiuinss sileinsi to fill intot
form and or ldrtr, tdis t fi tral 'iiwork oif ht is'll rns
The colmmitti ' having in elutte t s s Ilidl
.ratiottn of lome hIt.t.r way of ,,iriining
and dhelrlrig ti hoi voti for l'trtwilttnt ani V\ ltst
President was titt.iztll t i ftrnool'llni to
consider also tlhe litnllnler of tl.ic'ting a lP'ro's
dentt and the diurail.itn of tl' 1ti prsiihilnt ial
term. ThuI the whoill' lleitttrlr sl' now i I'fort lt'
thIs imptortant t'.Alnltninttiet, which will lmake it
complete report, wlth ireuor.tnuoniiliitliitons. pi'h it
ably In .January, and pri'rhapst in titls to gut at
conttitutional Ilitendnlitit Ieforll the Late'
tALegsllatures durtig the. winter. For tlii
present, however, the silver andl entl-rstuminlI
titm o.questions and thlle qartel 'O twetnl this
President and his party catlse tlhis vitally im
o rtant and ne'ewesary amolndmtlent to be over
looked.
The Appropriation ('omnltiittss proposes to,
more strictly classify tih approprirations sil
as to give the Horusi a inor' tnatllly tintlligi
ble viewof thenl. For Instance, It will bring
in all expemtdltunres for the l)is)rietor ('ohll
bia in a single bill in onler that whatreveir is
approprlatid for thim istirlt, nmay Ie sti,'n at,
once. There Is also a displotltiun in the Ilouse
to call on the Itistrhit of Columlhtia ('otltiltl
tte for la report Lio the proper roelaitions.
between the F eii'eratl gtovertl'ltlltit and the D)ts
triot, and a bill Whi llt s tmt1hatL.lishli th ue' lon
a firm foundatlon. Tllis Is nlmucth itiilodl, anli
if it is properly do(n will liIve tn illportanit
effect upon the prosperit y or the )i striet andt
the comfort of its inllhatitants.
The Levee (kolnllita.su' huls before It two
plans for the nmprovenemt of tih Mit isss
sippi-one that of thie government o nlit
sion under (ion. Hlunphrtiys, the other tones
proposed by Capt. 1'lads, who, wishes to apply
his system of faggots, which Is now ilmepon
ing one of the piasses to the waters abovis,
narrowing the bh~ grulually andt causing the
river to scour it out. ''he plan of Catpt. EaIsrl
ls asserted to be much thie most l<n c omical.
There Is an important nIovem'nsl'it on fuot for
a bill applying the prllloduist tof the costtln tax
to the IevOeing of the Mississippi. About
$6000,000 wner renll.t ' I tlsliz tax in the
two or three vyears alfter the war. Many
efforts have been maule during the last two or
three Congresses to have I tile tax refutnlttl,
on the ground that its coll.'tistn was uncon
stitlutional. Tihe propostion now mliade to
apply the suin it y'ieled to the l.'hveiig tih
river will, it is vidlent., inumst with strong sup
port in the House.
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The " Old Man of the ea"--Iellogg.
[Aasumption Pioneer.]
The "old man of the s.a" is again wperched
on our shoulders for six ysairs to e'oeli, and
how we are to rid ourselv\'es of this miisr'pr'e
aentative Is the qumistion. With all his sa
gacity and cunning, it is ha-rely possiblel that
the Invoetigating conimittti's of our LegIslat
ture may tind solme "uncover'd tr.! ck"
throguh which justice may attain its .inds,
andythe State of Louisiana e lproperly repre
sented in the Senate of thi Uti t.Lid States.
It Is difficult, even now, with all of our pre
vious experience of Radical pliancy of con
science to con.eove how pairtisatnshtl should
be carried so far to maintain a short livld su
premacy in the Senate. "Drowning men
catch at straws," and the Radicals are will
ing to prolong their control over the sena
torial patronage for a twelve-month by giv
ing their countenance and support to this
creature of the infamous Returning Board.
sargent's Chinese Bill.
IN. Y. Tribune.o
WASHIrNTON, Dec. 11.--Senator Sargent's
bill to restrict the immigration of Chinese to
the United States forbids the inaster of any
vessel owned in whole or in part by a citizen
of the United States, or by a citizen of any
foreign country, to take on board at any Chi
nese or other port more than ten (hinese pas
sengers, male or female, with the intent of
bringing them to the U1nited States. It makes
the violation of this, should it become a law,
a misdemeanor, punishable by a line of one
hundred dollars and imprisonment not ex
ceeding six months, for every passenger ex
ceeding ten. The bill also requires the mas
ter of any vessel arriving in the United States
from a foreign country to report to.he col
lector of the district in which the vesEl shall
arrive, a separate list of all Chinese passen
gers taken on board the vessel at any foreign
port, and of all such passengers on board at
the time of arrival. This list is to be sworn
to by the master in the same manner as
directed by law in regard to the manifest of
the cargo. An additional section provides
that informers shall be entitled to one-half of
any penalty or fine collected under the pro
visions of the act upon their information.
The Way To Treat Hayes.
[Charleston Journal of Commerce.l
If the report which comes from Washing
ton conerning the appointment of Corbin as
United States District Attorney be true, then
has Mr. Hayes wiped out any little sentiment
of gratitude which might have been kindled
In the hearts of the people of South Carolina.
To select the most nalignant, the most ob
noxious of all the adventurers who have
helped to ruin the Palmetto State, to place in
power the otmpat iot and prototype of
]4nohter BMerrill, i an insunlt and a wrong tA,
ttloh the people of thi 1taite can soartoely Ie
expected to submit. I ttrlihin'i hate totr the
white pfeplln of (arolinlia en only b) qriinlrl
Iby hIs Inet for plntr' anl molley. Ilie crant
hrl 1 a comolllarativi' Itg aysnirs n.lt, lik|e ili of
hle tribe, n.f. onti' asrvil o'sIpi ever anti plce by
the aid f tie tl.. newly enfrsn.hsctteed t'ols ired vo
hoen. l1e at soe'0 it'd iinse tulnit nestrly vtll the
I ecratlve ollow in the State, i11o lc, In ollihn to
talt,u, if Tll,1i -.tl Mhatee lIql'' 1s4 AItt, irn.'y. In
fouitrio live y'srithe its' w eutin' ~'iisi to it ail
/Il llon'i'. I . nl ik'' It'' rl. ist I ofI lhi iiI l' ' II t I
hlle i lt ' m Ii tii tii - l-II II t i''vl ili ws'il.lt hii
nlin ,,enl,, whil. many. ofI hi. l.,llmr. ro, h
Mmlin er Ciouumley ton Iii. Ilaw. nline.
''IIs' e tl ll It vt' l'io.yf s 1I I w II laui IsIlt II1)i li i',
mtll , t'ii.r 'itl'e , IU rol\ I/Is i'it,, h l,LhgI ,tr-ltvinlg
eoilt ia this' witri 'Ty isi its) wiit'ii t
1,v' . iv l'rs'vh' lb'. i.r svsi rllnl. ny 'il
tlly,. l. netle lit ti.tg Ih''m. II1 th. 11 ey Ilblne .Wtil
clg ill cllll , t Ico ies'llv s wIt. i, l'sg ril si"ll
hii, th r t I' l s g. .s 'it '.f Iii h ,ies w hl if w ltheyl
SyI,I' I wes I.IIr Ia fsitito-lls 1 s IIt I IIIi |lt'., gs lh '
wt.iigi:"t t t nlll intlo, of ih l| , titli'l'et lw iele
sil gri' s' ln lI ' lvte hingliig In faitsons ist liri lslssll
III h n''l'k itsil ll oiu,. ls'i , liit lissn i.ll ~ h '.
ittll tle h nI hi' ki'. artist iii . .1 | i' lint. l r.vi,
fls.onfom.' thr ii'.,. e hsbut, lhii harlt wrsillg
IlI I ' slissl ttlt'rt, gss ihl'sit, stitor iniel in thi
no t 1t. vi i .il'it' l sat we, h i llowir aIII la,.vs's
wrs'nttid Ititt fisri t f ssh lus'siii whi h h ,' toI
tilt Aitsctis'st lit' a sssvtiss,lth i Iii art.. 'Ssss''ss
our\' hollowahho.. .nITI, l nhavin a mmwb.hat'lir
gooHd f.oln,.pimlin ofu whalth,,ify h,, Iton l wi
iiiwrsii. W the nl~ori.,. nt. | f a buhldrel II,)| for II
itr mnt'tl i . I .i h-usk" liv av'lit tstssIi'iats'i
hotii'iliiii s'snii' rillIng isiti tusas at it oklw
ii iiilslsptsitws'i ist thtiW'ye lsli' cut liv''a lhv
liv'' si IiIife sil'' surp itn joyov s nsiil'Ss4 'llss' 'it
tssI s loig ii sat ivri'st i se sr o r issitslg 'if Its'
co s i.. Tissi lssvs' iso iw''iiihu n his''li g thist
I ''i wo b 'sit iif' ai A strtsesic . A i Aruoi s n'i' i
ni na iv's'ies iss i' 'u t 'iii ' wilts.
- _ O!" --!
Tile Westher. I.
A lh rinissk woy n i s l l olsls , .ih I lut, h I' w
r I)' Ito sIvi' Ia . iinii ;uinlly usv'ii'e wiiti'5r, Ilie i'
litl., Istiul of It s' 'sllldll l\iy hardll. A W'rdiIug to
t lil ntool o higlici ! nsoi stho I4 i's o lilrs.i' wiu to
hi ushersal i 1vy' s)Lll oI f cdit we ii ther which'
wouil ll io 1.1+ ss11t I si (i , i.(l. sl ilb;liit'ill I I '(llisl aii u
wais prodhicirt. 'thle Now "o41)0 i) to ho w11
mew'4il by brigh, 1 h, woo her.which will hoof
untili M!lllc'li'h a111l 1 o1.4 1 .tl'4tl W l ,h I'r wI e
hitvo h1i)1 for year-. inow il to ull in tlr hI.li
of s llrii l. ntii illi itt w'i ill gets hl11r 911it w+1o.
Tli'1' , iolt 'li\k peoplI.I 1i'I "' "s i) ed l i lly i I ni i
o. 9Itn''ck oi'tll fuel. 1.iiiiil 111) u1ilts1i lo t . s-I.
A Propoieu l NeIw glntC.
The pe1'pl i of alshington T'rril' ry aild 11 f
a. rlls Tio i of it 11111 i Ii e, ani l lt t I rie orl aiini. l ii1s ait
Stole wills Its'' sass1. ''sof "Wssatsh i'gtoI'"n' snis Ri
s11It hi ts is'1'ii lis t , 1'' "il't II I ll' lis i "is ' Is, 'i
isll i a s' I ''on in tr 'lsh tssl lit h 't.h 'lsi. It IIs'
aihle t.he 'll 1t' lis' into S i l'lit, l l' . If' tfIl
eilsLurlo pIso' , t,'1h Ilinl of ~ h"si'e OW stll- r
SlilhoudIl Ihs "l'si'A . "\Vst IIh t i ll" i' s i H l-s
s t'llsidy in ll li s lltu t lsll I 'y the I l'l' l )i of l illt i F
Al't, l dv5' 45 's In s ii1slali- ', I ti's e i-itlt I ll s ' il t 'liii+'s
4104i.h' .'i.thI i its, \i it. Ii. i i'ier ''siss' of i4' 5
4's)4), 1i.sIhIss)1 ' t 'hSe i'i'iser s-;:Iii 410 ' 4cLw osf hiss4- "
lge Is' l hiss-i-i l helhi ss toopin lnts'sis.! v I lil
Flsl ss- s- Istlls Ia l I)I1II sIIhtar -i 'i 'l i. Is. u I s -lill
I l ath 1 - k in n h. e 1 t i, a l i s v ! . I tilM t ) , y e rl l
that Wthis fss llt. fi sli' slitisi ,l c ""'5 Iiys-l. yiss -
wlrile ts.k-li tnl. ll is andtl sll' ils. andlits tuisi llI.tia
ss lIth i' lt lllle' thei ,s la si I .nd hs sssisu ti,
fsrssiss 'o ndithironr. F4
. ....- -,.O ll. -
lr'. Jhtrnlli i ths lldt S ait. it llrn.to i' noiirw rl'v
ing; i' Is 1 sxty-'iligh t. ID . Itisr'ni IS l11ii
yilorng'It; Irs hetiserel rsho Mssnat r Iv'sn onsly I
tlhis-tyki)'i , atl ansi is4lly sw1'Vt i.. . is l i'tlH.
Mr. f' su mendls. whos Is fiorst- ui0i, Is tiii' MSiussu
tor Who fruool lolyst.
(')ll 1it Mllattir A 1)tishs)iiin'i 111) '1 sui vi I.,s i' lll
wore thwis s. k-. iin li" and mItor ' w ild. tl'hisat
M. ml. Ilyrni It- '. will otslir itsor i.'wk lsV-s
inl" s siss l si n 'xty- fght. lr.r t d i5ts. y illsU toy
duyoges.; h eted t a wn onlly
WIIEELEIR & PIERSON,
v and 15 Camp street.
ByMr. PI arcle Inv ited to rxnanine our hellianl
toKr who Ik WNkT olOTHIN
alt of sir own manufaclturre lt stylish cut and
fit jis it to itustour niiko.
EIl] ANT CAMSIMI 1WE BUSINESSN SUITS
Rall sit iM lls fr & i iii r ( $l
hhllA~l(t IiIA(lONAL5 l)JiL'S DE FIRO(CKH AND
VEST'IH. $13 tio Ei0.
IILAu'K w(LO'I's I D)lRiES SUITi . Issrk T l.. llwI and
YOUtl#S' BUSINESS AND) IDRIESS SUITS.
sitylsh v anl .y all y'. w .
NoE AS'YrlE OVi.liU)ATS. MlIno., l5 Canlbiy
llOYS' . UI'T'S. fsr ss'tisl ansl slrss. VEIRY
LOW.
M.Shaker Ulerwear, l)r('SS Sill ir t, Bows,k
Cravats, Malri=Hose' ,i~' wScarfs,
ltsnlws siyi o s.h , l.$1.
ALL FRESH GOODS. ONE, PRICE AND
POLITE ATTENTION. AT
WHEEL EELE & PIERSON,
13 aand 15 Camp treet.
WHOL5ESALE DEPARTMENT UP STAIRS.
Colcnmi I It Stock of LOW PRICED GOODS for
I Cous areh invd to xmne our elent
SOL LION. A. DREYFUS.
ITSOL LION & CO.,
112 Baronne Street.
all oFriends, Ladies, aentlemen and
Children,
We respectfully invite you to the opening of
our beautiful and well-solected stock of
;f Boots and Shoes!
t Consisting o the Finest
Ladies' and Children's Button Boots,
as Bals, Ties, Slippers, etc.
u Gentlemen's Fine Congress,
I- Prince Alberts, Wire cFrewed, Etc.
VET The Latest Stylo o
nLABOOTS. SHOES BROGANSB RUSSETS.
S We guarantee satisfaction orand no sabby,
ll we ask is.to give uscal
BurY's Button Bfr oots and Laced ShoesRY
CrIn the hose oi, giving you thorough slsfa
onstylish we remain cenurs. truly $1,
POL LITE ATTENTION. AT
1 and 15 Camp Streetreet.
O P.nry -We archantees. l lordersedto
SssL LION. i.Boots and oes made to order.
our beautiful and well-soleted stok ofcl
t Coata o .B5 repatyl sol. do
KELLEY'S ISLAND
Wine Company.
DRY CATAWBA, PORT
XIIERtItY, MWEET CATAWBA,
MUSCAT, ANGELICA, CLARET,
IN WODl) ANwT IN OIARR.
CIHAMPAGNES.
ill
Thno Winni nrn hlttlr nnrl hoatipr thanl
forulgn tlr n.rtntionl , Th'y ht.yn'on III nl, y w'l
bIy tin xr.tori'nud ' 'hnimlit nail I'rof nior of
C Amii lry In th i Univurulty oif louiilih , Dro
Imni rtll im.1 ilnd r'iinmomialr thoim r Iuti for Inm
SIIIIO I'SIIIRE & CO.,
18 SOUTH PETERS ST.
Inolt H OL1Et HOU)I'I'IRIN AIGENTH.
PAlRIS FASIIIONS.
Mme. JULIE Lal. FISHER,
tDrnesmhkig ud rack Whilliery!
I'arlnor at thel Turner ManSion,
I M........... CANA , iTREET ........I 1MM I I
logs In Informl l hor h ly frlnd mi tilm pulli'
tinn''rnliv that Ah, hnw o1l h1i,41 ounm tir ho tntu j
bl.ulmn fiul l .ni itl l to i o elrapit llollun of L'rlu1iulani
'tylinu l h1ati fon" lIIn
IBONN 'rMRHATM, PrATEIIERM, FlOW ERIM,
RNAWAM, Eti.
In hnr r)RIEIHMAKIINIi I)EI'ARTMENT Ahn "
IlnA onllly.y'l lhl n o m ,,h I' Tarlhilt Art/Ut . aIf l | he
will Ih ilaieridl If tho lalluiu will 'mll Iat hr I
Irt. I CANAL MTREET.
Minme. Julie LaB. Fisher.
FR ICNII MIINIlY,
iehrlin Zephyr Worsted,
AND -
DRESSMAKING.
Wi/ne, ELoma Royoloazoir,
No. 9 Ihartret stireet. Near Canal,
mgam to In forml hwr iutrlon. auln the l|Aotli, In
grltnar .l t h .llI tIo
IITEAT II'IFITtI HTOCK OF MIILINERY
mpu",h'ltl th hfr in tlh' North, and r'nnlivnl dl
tro lt froIm ironll nhllt t Ptiriu'lan hIoi u nla. I l nlow nr
"tor,. iuiil ,omrnmilrtmi nill tin lnoW i nltiihtpi' In
m FItl. (fhit , ttriH. iinI .l ViVolv nts, trim int lin tihn
irli hug tvi, antil t lotiwvor rlinmo t Ihanm un i t horr
tolit I 1 l ti du11 mity.
lII 'fl'k if flrti Z tphyr 1Hitipnr i'ittarrni.
I.bvu lititvat. M utin olo . in., I v rlui Iald uu'Il o t
'IIlE ' IIIEHHMAKIN(t DEPARTMENT
will he up''lntd in,.tI r l lr h Mrs. M. MA IHfi,
wtll known lln tht.u ' nitill y n otft A l oin of thn
tiost 'oiriiotmnt in this linm of bi tin'mm.
Or O eru im llttl tit lshort inotlon; lulrfau't lit rland
.nt Irio gut infwuolIon guiulrintioio. 016 ami
WINES, IIItANDIES, ETC.,
For the l olidny .
Epin gtl atttiattlon Is dlir-t'il to fitO Iargo and d
al.t'l stock of n
JOHN TIIIRPIN,
IMPORTER,
1s. ...........Common street...... ....158
Who has alwnva onr hand a full sup1'ly of
lIrandies, Whiskies, I'ort, & Sherry Wines,
BYAHH' LO)NIDON STOUT.
Devonlah Pale Ale anvd Jfhn Jeffrey & r
Co.'s Edlnlbur! Alex,
For whlh ho was Ith old tl ime agent.
'I'Thl li|.A i4i55m i t o0 li t bo I--Mr. Trrpin llIng
todi-- Il he salre n1t111o and I style for ir'i'o liti of
Mrs. TITILI'IN. '1+2 If
GREAT REDUCTION
IN I'RIC(E OF
LEA & PERRINS'
'EIEBIJRA'l'TEI)
I'lPONOUN(EI) lBY EXTRACT
of Ia i,.r"r'En from a
SCONNO )ISNEUIlH MaEIIAI, r'riNTLE
MIAN AT MADRAS to)
'TO lIE TIHE his brot her at
Woun'.TnsEt. May.
"ONLY GOOD 'i'i r 1,E rlr.
'TI1I IRSA , t'; iisS
,AUCE, * that their tHano ii,
iIlghly c oe rrtmind in
And aIndli. and Is. i my
A1n opiniton, l rrl mostl
palatable. a8 wr'll its
EVERY VARIETY O' h Woe
DIHII. Sae that is
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE
Thus Giving the Consumer Not Only
the Best, but the Most Economi
cal SAUCE.
Signatlure on every bottle.
JOIIN DUNCAN'** MONM,
29 Murray street iand 1 Union Stuartr.
no27 T'l'ly NKfW YORK.
IIENRY B. KELLY. HENRY I. LAZARUS.
Master in Chauclry.
KELLY & LAZARUS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
AND
Solicitors in Chancery,
29 Commercial Place,
de5 lm NEW ORLEANS.
W00D! WOODl! WOO)!
CIONSTANTTLY RECEIVING PER HONEY
SIsland line of steamers. J. F. Frazcnr, Jose
phine and barges. At wholesale and retail.
Honey Island Wood and Coal Yards,
No. 375 Julia, near Magnolia Bridge, New Basin.
also at cornor Carondelet Walk and Marais
street., Old Basin. Main office, No. 158 Common
street. P. O. address. Lock box lose.
Wood delivered to-any part of the city.
Oak Wood, per cord (best) ............... . 50
Ash ............ ... 50
Oak and Ash mixed, per cord............. 6 00
Liberal discount made to dealers. Full meas
ure and satisfaction guaranteed. de.2 tf
THE NEW AMERICAN
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY.
Having just opened a salesroom with a large
stock of the latest improveo machines at
3 185 Canal street,
we cordially Invite the ladies and the public
generally to call and examine the assortment.
This machine has all the LATEST IMPROVE
MENTS and is a marvelof MECHANIBSM, BIM
S PLICITY and DURABILITY. It runs lightly,
makes very little noise, has more space under
the arm and is the EASIEST LEARNED of any
machine in the world.
Its Needles are SELF-SETTING and the only
SELF-THREADING SHUTTLE in use.
We guarantee it the
Best and Cheapest Machine
in the market.
Office and salesroom 18i Canal street.
Sand sa D. A. KENIO, Manager.
S Agents Wanted. O. A. PEIBaE,
19 no3 lm Agent for New Orleans,
E. FIZXARY'
Air Cooling Apparatus,
'l'lh+ itutui ke,.i andl Mo i I'tv l itali i M4 hodi for i
in Intill I nte', (',linre, Ihrr"{n"'bil, `Nhilts ('at -, M atl-'Par ekintg I klahlishnlen' fts, (I. ,
'hepr" r ov"ins uiponcI f lt , oller of III" ron'1"na1Y 1? lo' ncl eing r'-ro'tnutl ,tC; w'pt (ff.IT, lve nuway
wtvll IIh i l th h I10 1 v a s ,I t o l stir -,Ig lato , b y h , .'v1nn n ttio. o f " v , , l,' i I hyl ILo r n y
'fir It I t I ,n ll a o . 1m0. . 1,,ro- ,c e I v ttIt |I't i ' ''in ' itS ill il, , roof . . . ,lo'1 u, tlieio 7b
knlio t t. a. rf l m. lowi tr"n.lllorntr.l i l' with a I"w 1o10111'.4 |'lnY Iope.rtillon. t,
AIR COOLING APPARATUSTU t
,,I nI
ENNNL IE MAINE
T rl, T ,,ilnI o . orI I.I. 1 T Ii, . - 11, ( I r I ' r .m t f ,t.
oh r oIti niv r I I I IIho t n ioi o iit m L it rr.
h prp i r f th , ATENTH v ul rrn m with MIr!. L, ED I
4 ), Ii 111 t
/ u
\Full Inforn Vt\\ furn;shd on n'llrtir to
L-osto·loo ]Iox 890, 1T c Orleans.
t t: a 4 tf
i ap
ýII '
CE;NrENNIALtICE MACHINE.
TrtiuiiH 'Luruvl tin fo i mnrli liv a uviuiatnnt mnu'hnnli'i.l nxtrntinn or ths ilr froum thb friiztrina
Id A orotnlit riuiirlun atlon of thi, rofritiortitinrg ragnt, usuuturil li a muuuihtnlu'ul : gitatlin
of tho Olr i jut-un~t hun iiilli wildi iriii kliid with wntor. 'Ihis mauthi Ifin rria tut loop it'inlti
nititor rtiiu t iiiiiiisty or Ii trrm iitir itu iY withiulit uny lossi to tho m ufn''titrinr.
'lhiuit ir-ipriiurlirti of thuao 'A'l'ENTN9 hiinmI)mini's arriurgonmu-uti with Miunuri. LEES)H
,Air Cooling Apparatus Ice Machines
k of from vira ti 1liim tioiinuilu dalily "i'iintity. aun m ro now turnitrirul to tuku uorders anti fur
niisih th-ru with "ii i fuiiutut itnrn(ut of their uui-'u ii tu nruittuii.
Corner of I)elord and Foucher streets, New Orleans,
CONSTRUCTORS.
Fiuit infortmntton fIrnishoil on tn rlrcition to
Edcw. Fixary,
FOR CASII ONLY!
FOR CANII ONLI !
(.Great Reduction In Prlree of
('IIILIJREN'S BOOKS, GIFT BOOKS.
NOVELS, STATIONERY AND) FANCY
AR'TICLES.
During the next thirty days I will sell goods
ft, tIles,, to,w flo t ',s:
MAGIC INKSTANDS, reduced from 25 to 15
ellts.
MAGIC WATER PENS, reduced from 75 to
25 ,'ents r,rr dz'.n.
I'ERFORATED CARD BOARD, from 20 to 10
celnts per slheet.
(tOLl) AND SILVER CARD BOARD, from
75 to 40 cents.
A large stock of CATHOLIC IPRAYER BOOKS
at thalf price.
My own LEAD PENCILS. now in great de
mand, reluced to 10o ents pr dozen.
The samie with Jiulhbter Tips 20 cents per doz
The Harrington COPY BOok. usually sold at
10 cents each, now only 5eir.nts pe'r dozen.
PHIOTOGRAPHI ALBUMS, worth 11 50, for 75
cents.
CHRONIOS and REWARD CARDS at cost.
One thousand I'APEIR NOVELS at half
price. containing all the writers of note in fie
tion.
A. P. IIARRINfGTON,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER:,
No. 149 Canal Street,
Between Krecger's Kid Glove Store and Hilmei-r
Dry Goods Store.
o'285 SI Ta Fr 2m
THOS. HUNTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has removed his office to
No. 52 Camp street,
Over the Sun Mutual Insurance Company
no04 3m
OFFICE "CONVEYANCE RECORD,"
No. 16 St. Charles Street,
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
The nndcrsigned respectfully announce to
the public that they are prepared to furnish a
complete Chain of Title or list of T.ansfers of
Real Estate in New Orleans. back to original
grant or purcha.e, when required; also full
Abstract of each transfer in the chain: thus se
curing to parties purchasing Real Estate or
investing in Mortgages perfect security from
fraudulent or defective titles. The method of
indexing our "Conveyance Record." peculiar to
our system, enables us to give information im
medlately.
Attoraeys, Notaries. Auetioneers, Land
Agents, Surveors. and all parties interested in
Titles to Beal tare invited to call and ex
amine our "Becord.'
del am L, J. DODGE & CO.
DAVID F. CONOVER & CO.
SUCCESSORS TO WM. B. WARNE & CO.
WIOLE'SALE DEALERS
-IN
WATCHES & JEWELRY,
S. E. 'orrner Chestnut and Seventh streets,
PIIILADELPH!A.
American Watch Wholesale Salesroom.
el0 n m cod
WM. D. ROGERS,
MANUFACTURER OF
STANDARD FINE CARRIAGES,
1009 and 1011 Chestnut street,
PHILADELPHIA,
Manufactory. Thirteenth and Parrish streets
succeeding G. w. Watson & Co.. retired.
sets sm cod
W. W. SHARPE & CO.,
PUBLISHERS' AGENTS,
No. 25 Park Row, New York,
Are authorized to contract for advertising in
our paper. no2; tf
M EDICAL NOTICE.-DR . IIW. ILLE SPE
t cialist for all ('hbronic Disases, Private
Diseases and Female Diseases, has just re
turned from Europe Office, 154 Canal street,
betw,.en Baronne and Carondelet streets, up
stairs. Nervous Debility, Weakness, either
caused by abuse or age, ALWAYS cured in a
short time. Private Diseases treated after a new
sure and quick method. Female Diseasestreated
with greatest success. Chronic Diseases of
Liver. Lungs, Throat and Skin treated by the
latest and most approved methods of Europe.
Dr. Bille's r-putation as a skilled and suc"ess
ful physician is already years ago established
in New Orleans and vicinity. and he has cured
hundreds of cases here which other physicians
had failed to benefit, which is well known to the
public. Dr. Bill is a graduate from one of the
best colleges in Eurore. and was for years as
sistant physician to Prot Ricord, Paris. Con
sultations and correspondence strictly confi
dentiaL Charges moderate. 1m4 Canal street
DRB W. BILLSE. 14 Canal street de9 tf
(ItEAT JA(I1KHON ROUTE.
cIIT(IAOO, BT. LOUpI ANDt NEW O R1LEANS
I)OUh3Ltt DAI ,Y 'rnott OffCI RAINS
will .lrrjitrt from and arrvrr at. tho (IuI'o
rrt rotl. lo;'t. Trrou N vonUtr 1r, 1477, DI trlloWMi
111,11111. AatftVI..
E tr1'wn NN). 1,fi:'0 tpm. I Extrr'w NO.r2 ) l:fl):Ol.
I roa N 11 ,7 1N) rnr. IR , ron No.4,1 mui p.m1 .
roil 1 A ruin aIttiy, 3t ant 4 unlly 0~xieOt4
PUI,ºMAN PAlAt'E H1,lEPTh' COARM
3hr'.rgt to lorrnvllritr tiu ('ir1'uluntl naid (ihlrrnil?
wittIrt ' triyro. atoit for 141. Is,11131 a Mouuurnr !N
ittir-h~r Iat Milii,. ururutti thrlt r IIIonA rS tl gO
Ihr' "01. withrrut Iravir g htirt~n
tinly urn "tiaing) t. Now York antd Fiuterf
tr rttlv r vruntunrg In Iri rrnr ki no 1onnoo tlon
fo~r ('Ili,"n.y"·
A ,"urorrrntton train tot lwruIft Nrrw Orlutang
l,1revr Now i rrItana :1:47 It. om. t14eturlay, anti
+7:1) ni mr. 14rnrrriry.
A ri ivrIt Now Orsnrinir~ nt '3:a1 a. n, and 10:00
,. ra. Murleroly.
'hI'ut i1r tt n onfl iv Fnn rnniiriti nrlnitlyt tdaily
thronight train,, to arnir from ali irntnr North an4.
'Ilkonto for anlo nunrl irrrnrattton glvnn atRt
('aniurrl 411 it. e'rnrOr in! 0',1nur+rnui.
A. Fr tll E¶.lnttN, 'I'irknt Ag'ont.
ff. (lIlA N~tir1,t, (tout. Prrrn. Artont. Jmh
r xni NEW O JRILANt AND MOfILE ILbAt
ROAD- MOBILE LINT
TIH OREAT THI 1ROUGH1 10I1UTF TO THU
EAH'r, NORITH AND) WEN;T.
Via Lenluhvllln via Atlanta and vin Ht. L~in,
:A ItlY INO 'III E U. H. MAIl.
Tralns arrlve fid dlnirart from Depo~t. foot of
UCanarl atrint. iw foIlowM:
i)FIJ'A arT. ARfltM
Exprnr f Ni Extgrnria. 8:86. m,
uavrr lly....7 a.rn. M i. -.nnr' ln p
I, iri in ...n 6:1n0 (m. ulitv tiiv d.9nPlint tI
rr",I H~llrldn1y,7. ,n a. m. r r·l~t ntclrlrydji t l~:_a
t1'llllrnnn t'ftlnu'n (lnra dollyl to UwVrjolnn .f~
1, 1-iavil I. Nniatvilin. Mt. Li lda WaahIngton.
it,,iirlllmnur n and t'llln dýl l· hill withoult change
ini iinly 'ono 'hsiRtCn lA, Nnw y. rk and 6tern
'i'-lkt ffl'a, corner of Canti and Common
SI'itf-vo ritrnltn" filt 1I'-tnl.
r I ) J:.W1. (EI01MN. H ' Hnpk intAndnt.
mhltt J. W.(%O~rRNMAN. 'Iirkkot Aront.
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE,
I'AHRENGEB IIOUTE8 TO ALL POINT R
NORTH AND EAST.
Reorganlzed for the mummer of ll'17.
Working out, of New Orl'amn via the N. O.
M. it. I., inWd presantntln he follwing attr mIFti
lne', to th attontion o all North-bound T t.
Iast and Travelers:
Route We. I-All Raill.
Via Montgomery Colutmbl., Macon, AugstBPt
Wilmington. itichmonr.
es Hours, lew Orleans to New Ierk.
The same time alwarys is by any other line.
Pullman Blneping Cars to Opelika.
Hold l.any Trainn thenc. to Angu.tO, wbCN
Pullman Hi eeidng Cars attuhodeatMacOf Ist
WllrnI ngton.
Throunh t.raln Wilmington to Bichmo d $fld
New York with Elngant, arlor Oars atte. el tO
Itluhmrnd--tbenco Pullman Wleeltdn Ce 1 t1o
Nn.I York.
AI. CHANOGES AT RSAONAILE HOwmo ,
AND INTO L(,OAN AND 1RIOPIRILY
VENTILATED CUAIW,
Route We. -BKay Line.
Over the nsmllestoWilmington aeby
No. 1. Theoe by HDOecial Parlor are to ot
mouth. Va. Thenn. at 5:30 p. m, daily (e
Hundlay) by tlb rumgnfllcott st"oaer o.
IBAY LINE to al~tlmrn,. Thence by Ne.oWTe
Express, arriving in Nw York at 2:06 p ,
A elxty-nine honrs' run-only .even Otl IR
exesesof all il time, with the advantage of AMI
undisturbed night's rest and svaerior
modations upon the Ohaespeake k ay.
Route No. --The ld Demlulnl@n 15
The same Lines to WJplfilngton a.nfl4
mouth as Rtoutee 1 and 2. Thence, on O
Wednesdays and Siaturdays at 6:U p..,
mgniulfloet sld .n steamshinlple
DOMINION 0OMPAN Ywhhlava >r
at their New York wharves at 9 p. im.
A through run of 7o hours, oombfnfnu4t
essential elements of Oheapness, p in
Oomfort.
Passengers should leave New Orleansl
days, Monda and Thursdays to eonnet lOl
ly with this Lmne
For Tickets, dhek, Tiffloeards . Itl1.'
formation, aioply at the offices of tlbelýl Ot.
leans and Mobile Railroad.
A. POP, eeral rPasseoger Ment.
J. H. WITE Southern PaFsenetA.rA
L. L. McCLEH4KEIV, Southwestern Agenft.
ner St Oharles and Common ste. ao..ti
FOR MAKING
Light Bread, Rolls, &c.
SHEPARD'S IMPROVED
Hop Yeast4
IS THE CHEAPEST AND NEST
ARTICLE IN THE MANKET.
*1
a.'
Dyep~ptice can eat Bread raised with
this Yeast with impunity.
.~3It i, put up in half-pound tin can#,
4 : arrant'd to kp anyl length of time
;; oaq climate. Ful directions for use.
r I o ,err ran, and if followed strietlg,
OOD BREAD will be a certain result.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS GENERALLY.
~~ ~b~r~- --- 2a i
"fT Mlan.faturtird expressly for i..e
vouthr , Tade', by
WM. H. SHEPARD,
TV ITLE ,4 I Er )ISa ALIR IN
Teas, Spices, Mustards, &c..
I58 Customhouse St.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
CHlIA-GLASS.
VINET,
S.............. anal utreet.............
Near Rampart street,.
Invitee his friends and the public in general
visit his store, examine his goods, and
themselves that they
Can Buy Cheaper frem WIMlE,
CROCKERY. BTOVE S AND HOUSE
ING GOODS. fterit
GAS FIXTURES FOB SA4LJ,
Below New York Wholesale Pride,
EITHER TO THE TRADE OB PUBLIC
e ALLY.
C~I~ld--"--7B
oas litters'Too s and Malleabsal, e . N
be bought. for esh. at less than laetou
timn at so Gamp PsLeKeeNk
Ssw a ty eaW e.T WLe O" , Auent.

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