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urna d lfthe It7r fNewOrlhmu amoos w. DupIW * GO., PIROP IZTGRSB. *NOMU W. DUIPED, , JOHN AUGUWIN, ' ALDUET 0. JANIN. RATEIS OF HUBBllCPTfONJ The Dally Democrat. ..................... 5e a O. . .......:.......... 260 6oefyeyr ear....... 16 Payable in Advance. Wll furnished to subsecribers at the ea ..... 0 a.t. .......................... I o.. . .. lee .. ........................... s Patable in Advance. L. ItMNZA Y ............... E.rroM lr8A6S, aIBcamma 3f, 1l871. ai llTWLk SHIEET. .,O0 i nto a derangement of the Atlantic ellf line, our telegraphic news for two has been cut short. We hope to-mor to have full telegraphic columns, as tesret to learn of the illness of that able and patriotic gentlemdns. }r. Cihoppin. Last evening e were in that he was eu5ffTng very much, and Iprobably be ined to his house for dtts. We hst, however, that present S ot be verified, and that he Ot In in a few dayv. A vpauteur (bOholique, the organ of the Archbishop of this city, and edited so able and Independent gentleman, in ting the DEMOCRAT on the occa V its second anniversary gives as many and complimentary words, which we are Siough to reproduce in our columns this ,with kindly expressions from other es. Our most estimable con will receive our cordial thanks for plimntary expressions. have read, in manuscript, under the of "iMy Neighbor's Apples," a very clever of one of Mardou's best and tlest comedies, "Les Pommes du " Two well known young gentlemen 4b city, both accomplished Journalists, IOe atthors of the work we speak of. l.il, manager of the Varieties Theatre, +tb Informed, pleased with this new play, to put It upon the stage in part of January next, at which time rate comedy troupe, now performing in will occupy the boards of the Va We firmly believe Manager Hall COU two confreres will meet, in this pro utluba'e, a complete suooess. :." 9 nm! tl!l um .i New York 2Inme has some very just amiable remarks to make against what * lll sacfrllocal marriage. The ancients 9P~& poetli sacrlfloce to Hymen, the a.iarriage. We, to-day, make human to him, and offer up yearly young as an atonement for the sins of their How often do we hear the re : "Yes, he's wild, somewhat dissipated, w he is settled down and married to Lue and noble girl, she will win him his past ways, reform and purify him." is the honest belief of thousands of and intelligent persons who eon yto Such alliances, thinking that the a virtue of the girl can win her hus baLk to proper paths; that vice will be and virtue remain untarnished. this mad, this criminal belief that a an of bad habits can be benefited by with a sweet and spotless girl, of unions are each year permitted, eouraged, that are destined to bring oably misery, shame and sin. Few ap the cruelty of such a marriage. A modestO , unacquainted with the world ~tTbw.kedness, is left to battle with the passions of the husband, and expected - 0omoge and vanquish them alone and Is such a contest equal and fair ? nas in ten thousand cases is the wife for it requires such a combination t. esm s and strength to succeed as is met with. a young man's parents and friends agong on steadily from bad to worse, deeper and deeper into dissipation when they have proposed every remedy to reform him, but they look calmly around for a seme pure-minded girl, who shall Lby taking him as husband. His sm ve been sown, they tell her, his at a small fault. that marriage made woman an Iphegenia, to eacrifloe herself; and what r(esist the appeal made to her to wrecked and sinking man. Flattered te belief that she alone~al be the man's wholUy ignorant of all his vices and what can she know of them--she o. . become a sacrifice to save him, *u gd1 bens her whole life and happi g.agfllal marriage, and the sooner bqether abolished the better. We :~ a 8In us to-day at thousands of msp s and find only misery and es' as their fruit. Hymen feels Insulted by this union of vice and becomes a Nemesis, an avenging deity, Italiles the wife relentlessly for her of Itis safe to say that a man who can himself, cannot be saved by a woman Sarriage. If a woman has influence with a man of wild and bad habits to to a proper mode of life, she can do marriage. She should not trust her t; him until she sees tlm thoroughly re is ueless to preach this ermton to the however. They are determined on . thbem. veghfn can persuade do t " It is the fathers, vel~o s, ought to prevent 'oooftme do they stand I -ohd lop It WPB )PI Jjri~l~gjilhb~ · I -r~~ l~Lfll ii Tn POLIOY O THE DBEMORACY When Congress meets on the 10th of Jan nary the struggle between the President and the Republican party in the Senate will, prob ably, be renewed. The names of other per sons than those rejectedl by the Senate for the prominent New York ofilces will be sent in by the President. They will be referred to the Committee on Commerce, where they will again be subjected to Mr. Conkling's ruthless supervision. They will be reported adverse ly, and again the question between the Presi dent and the Republican Senators who repre sent the President's party will be brought to an Issue. iop to that time we can clearly see the various phases which the contest will as sume, unless, indeed, we suppose that the President will submit to his defeat and ac cept Mr. Conhling as the dictator of the Re publican party, first in the State of New York and Itnally in the whole country. But a sup position of this kind implies not only an abandonment of the policy of civil service re form, so ostentatiously proclaimed a few months ago, but a practical surrender of the control of the Executive patronage into the hands of an Irresponsible and ambitious poli tician. It is unreasonable, If not impossible, to an ticipate that Mr. Hayes will thus virtually abdicate in favor of one whom he has reason to regard as his personal enemy the functions which were confided to him by his own party, if ulot by the American people. It is, on the con trary, entirely reasonable to believe that lie will stand his ground, and that he is even now preparing to reassert the supremacy of a Republl m President over the Pretenlsbns of a Republican Senator. t..is certainly anomalous that this struggle for the leader ship of the Repubilcn party should be a struggle, B n the Republican party itself and tle man in whoso behalf the party and i `ieaders falsified the results of the election and drove the country to the verge of a civil war; but it remains a conspicuous fact that the contest is essentially a contest between the President on the one hand and the Presi dent's party on the other. In the magnitude of this issue any ques tions of the relative fitness or unfitness of the President's appointments are entirely lost, and the question of civil service reform itself is dwarfed into Insignificance. Whether Mr. Arthur ought to be removed, or Mr. Rosevelt or some other person ought to be appointed, may constitute the text of incidental debate, but the real point is whether or not the Re publican party shall succeed In suppressing a Republican President. and in reconstituting Its lines under the leadership of Conkling, and on the basis of Grantism, and of all that TIrantism implies of geographical divisions, of sectional resentments, and of the consoli dation of a united North against a "solid South." It would seem that this view of the situa tion should have been plain enough, when the vote was taken a few days ago, to influence the judgment and guide the course of Demo cratic Senators. And yet several distin guished gentlemen, whose solicitude for the success of the Democratic party, and whose attachment to the Democratic organization cannot be doubted, separated from the large majority of their Democratic colleagues, thereby committing what we are satisfied the Democratic opinion of the country regards as a serious, if not a fatal error. Various expla nations are given to account for this apparent defection; but none of them attribute to those gentlemen any delinquency more serious than a mistaken judgment. It is believed that resentment against the Administration on account of the course of the so-called Administration Senators in the Kellogg case, or thetheory that the breach in the Republican party might be widened by opposing the President, influenced them to help Conkling to his vic tory. But the evident fallacy in this reason ing is that there does not appear to be any serious breach in the Republican party in the Senate. On the contrary, the issue is dis tinctly made up between Hayes on the one side and the Republican Senators on the other. The Senators who support Conkling are not only the large majority of their party Ip the Senate, but they are those who mani pulate and control its caucuses, who shape and direct its policy, and who are bending all their energies to the task of reconstituting it as an aggressive organization, on the basis of sectional hatred of the South. Their success tends to force back Into the channel controlled by donkling and the most intense school of Republican politicians the divergent currents of Republican opinion, which were drawing away the life and vigor of the party. Its first effect will be to give to Conkling the control of the Federal patron age in the greatest State in the Union. and to enable him to maintain command of the or ganization. Of how much value this power is to him was illustrated by the use which he made of it in controlling the Rochester Con vention, and in electing a majority of Repub licans to the Legislature of a Democratic State. It will enable him to deprive th9 Democracy of New York of a new and just apportionment, and perhaps to contrive his own re-election to the Senate, in defiance of the popular majority in his State. For Democrats to assist Mr. Conkling in accom plishing these purposes is to confederate with him in a scheme to fasten on New York a Re publican Legislature, and to cheat the New York Democracy of a United States Senator. By the time that Congress meets again the Democratic opinion of the country will have been pronounced in a manner so emphatic that no Democratic Senator, we presume, will decline to listen to it. So far the Democratic press has been prac tically unanimous in regretting-we will not say in condemning--the course of those Dem ocratic Senators who allied themselves with Conkling, and then became allies of the Re publican party on the question of the New York appointments. We have reason to be lieve that this expression of Democratic sen timent, representing as it does the judgment of the Democratic party throughout the country, will compel a responsive unanimity on the part of Democratic Senators whenever the issue is again presented to them. Beecher, who is nothing unless he is sensa tional, has patented a brand new religion. It is a convenient one, a pleasant one, and will doubtless become extremely popular. Some people are so uncivil as to say that, seeing many empty pews in Plymouth Church, Beecher came to the conclusion that they must be filled at any cost. He accordingly came out with this new and comfortable reigion,. under the belief that people gener ally wOuld be delighted with his Invention, would look to ohpureh and fill the empty Doii, w a& i *d ll)iltt ie of this aioe, last week in a sernon dbohlh hell, the trin.ty, the inspiration of the ueriptures, even the Bible itself. In the ttir proposition, the abolition of hell, Beecher weas far more earnest and enthusiastic than in either of the others, and showed as much seal in proving It as if he were personally Interested in the matter. "If God created hell," he asserts, "he is a mon ster more hideous than Satan himself." His language generally on this subject is forcible and strong, and is only saved from blasphemy by the fact that Beecher is a minister. In his somewhat celebrated letters produced during the Tilton controversy, it may be re membered that Beecher spoke of "suffering the torments of the damned." As he now al together denies the existence of the damned, it is probable that he used this expression simply in a Picekwicklan sense. The sermon abolishing hell, however, is but the initiatory one of Beecher's new religion. He proposes in subsequent orations to more fully and elaborately elucidate his new faith. He has given already its general outline and principles. The main article is simple enough. You are to believe as much as you choose and no more. Faith is not asked of you, as in other sects. Quite the contrary; if you wish to believe in hell you can; if you prefer to do without it, you can do this also. Yott can credit the Bible or not, as you feel inlined. Such a religion is bound to be popular, and all the pews of Plymouth Church to be soon Wlled with paying subscribers. The registration in the Fourth District, out of ten thousand voters, ,o.ms about one thousand and fifty-one. The result of the elections for delegates to the District Convention, are given in our city columns, as far as ascertained at I o'clock. DIED. RILEY-On Tuesday, December 1s. 1577. at r p. m., Sybella A. Currie. wife of John H. Riley, of Madison parish. La. Vicksburg, Miss., and Lake Providence. La.. papers please copy. * TULLY-On Tuesday December 18. 1R77, at 11:40 a. m. Katie A. Clarke. teloved wife of Thomas F. 1Tully, a native of this city. aged 27 years to months and 1s days. SALAUN-This Morning (Wednesday), De comber 19, 1877. at f:3a o'clock, Mrs. Auguste Halaun. born Elmina Guerin, native of this city. ORAILHE-In Paris. France. in Reptember, 1976 Mr. Alexandre Gratlhe. formerly a resident of this city. CLOAKS AND 8HAWLS. M. L. BYRNE & CO., 163 Canal street, Will offer this week their entire stok of Clonke and Shawls at IMMENSE REDUCTIONH. M. L. BIRNE & CO,. 108 Canal street, Offer an immense assortment of attractive goods. suitable for Christmas and Nev Year gifts. AT POPULAR PRICE8. delia ltidp For Cash Only. A REDUCTION OF TEN PER CENT FROM MARKED PRICES WILL BE MADE ON MY ENTIRE RTOCK -or Men's, Boys' and Chihlren's FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. H. B. STEVENS, 199 Canal street, and 1, 38 5 and 7 Exelhange Place. dell lt2dp AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCHES. SILVER CASED, 914 and upward. GOLD CASED, $35 and upward. A. B. GRISWOLD & CO., dei It 2dp Corner Canal and Royal. Orrnc COmr or POLIcE. rew Orleans, December 21.1877. All persons are hereby notified that the city ordinances prohibiting the use of FIREARMS and dangerous fireworks will be strictly en forced during the approaching holidays, and all persons violating same will be promptly arrested and dealt with according to law. THOS. N. BOYLAN, Chief of Police. del It NEW GOODS. J. LEVOIS & JAMISON, No, 126 Canal Street. We are in receipt, by the steamers Memphis ani Nurnberg, of the fullest line of LADIES' CHEMISES of the celebrated make of A. Du suzeaux. CORSETS of entirely new styles and shapes from Farcy & Oppenheim. CHEMISE BANDS in a variety of patterns. Embroidered Leno and Lawn HANDKER CHIEFS, in white and colored. Also a large assortment of Ladies' and Chil dren's Colored HOSE, all of our own selection in Paris, and will be offered at lower prices than ever before. We have received by same steamers eighty dozen CHARVET SHIRTS. J. LEVOIS & JAMISON, de23 It No. 126 Canal Street. HURRAH FOR THE HOLIDAYS. MILLER & DIELMANN Are offering their PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES, Their Pure and 5 YEARS OLD CALIFORNIA WINE, AND FIREWOBeS. at very lorw rices. at their stoaes. r lhso,' Ig?? WIIAIY : 5B Cir. WILL BUTY AT WAL.lHt'0. A new Rilk Necktie, a stylish Bow, a new style Scarf Pin. a set Hcrew Studs, a pahir Sleeve But tons an English Tooth Brush. a neat box con taining two small bottles "Lundhorg" Per fumery, a box Violet Powder, a cake fine 'Crown" Soap. jar of Pomade, a pair Linen 'iCuffs. two Linen Collars, or a neat Pocket Comb in case. 0O CIT. WILL BUY AT WALIAiE'g. A Pocketbook, a Black BScarf or Tie, a pair new style Hleeve Buttons, or a nobby Scarf Pin. a set of Studs, a Silk Pocket Handktchlilef (some thing nice for little boys or girls) a Box Toilet Soap, a pair warm Gloves or Wristlets, a pair Elastic Susenlders, bottle of Hair Oil, Pomade. fine "rown" Tooth or Nail Bruse Fancy Half Hose, Linen Collars and Cuffs, and many other useful articles suitable for presents. 75 CENTS WILL BUTY AT WALUIE'S Your choice out of twenty varieties of now Scarfs, all at 75 cents each; a very stylish Scarf Pin. a bottle of "Crown" Perfumery. one of WALMHE'd best Black Silk Ties, a good winter Undershirt or pair Drawers, a warm Neck Muffler, a choice from a new assortment of Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs. a Colored Shirt, Hair Brush, Clothes Brush, or a Windsor Scarf and Ring complete. I1 WILL BUT AT WALASRE' A new style Remington. Sir Arthur. Oriental, or Dellwood Scarf, or one of the fashionable Four-in-Hand, in new silks' a fine Hair Brush and Combs: an elenant wedding or party Neck tie; a nobby Colored Shirt: a comfortable Night Shirt: Gloves, Muffler, or choice Perfumery. 01 50 WILL BUY AT WALIEME'S A white dress Shirt and Collar 6 good winter Socks. a pair of KI(d or Casor loves. half dozen Linen Cuffs, or a dozen Linen Collars, a set of the very host Studs (a largo assortment new goods to selc t from), a nobby and at the same time "g'ntlemanly'" Scarf Pin. a pair fine Sleeve inlttons or new style Links, a Cardigan Jacket, a lied Flannel Undershirt or Drawers, a suit of Marino Undergarments, or a good fam ily Umbrella. 03 or 03 WILL BUTY at WALHIIE'0 A good Cardigan Jacket, a fine Comb and Brush, with other useful toilet articles: a line (tingham Umbrella. a handsome pair of SIs ponders, a largn Silk Handkerchief (elegant presents for ladies), a box of choice Perfumery, a good Pocketbook, a dozen of the best Collas., or half a dozen new style Cuffs. 04 OR $S WILL BUT AT WALSHE'M A good Silk Umbrella, a box of assorted Crown Odors (very choice), a Boys' nice Suit (any age .l to 12) a Child's warm Overcoat, half dozen Silk Handkerchiefs, half dozen good Dr&wers or Un dershirts, a dozen best English llf-Hose, or half a dozen best Merino, a flone ilk Muffler, or a very elegant embroidered wedding or party Shirt. CLOSE BUYERS, call at WALSHE'S. In addition to the above partial list of useful and suitable presents are full lines of fine Rhirts, Underwear. handsome Silk Umbrellas and gentlemen's new styles of Jewelry at pop ular prices. Attention is called to the new arrivals of SENTLEMEN'S DREgSING ROIER, comprising, as this assortment does. nothing but new go ds (not one left from last season) of the choicest materials and elegantly trimmed, made expressly for these Christmas times. This line of robes embraces all qualities, from medium to the finest made, and are offered at fair prices. Between now and the end of the holiday sea Ron we will have thie stock constantly replen ished and the assurance is extended to our friends that WALSHE'S, 110 CANAL STREET, will offer such inducements in new goods and reasonable prices as to receive their approval and make business lively. Call and examine goods and prices,. as it will not be considered a trouble to wait on custom era. B. T. WALSHE, 110............CANAL STREET... .... .110 Near St. Charles. dels Im eod2dp REMOVAL To the corner of Chartres and Conti ste.. No. s,. C. ROUYER. GALVANIZER JEWEL ER., CLOCK MAKER. OP' TICIAN, respectfully In forms the epubiethat the Sopening of his new estab Ilshmentwill take placeon MONDAY, December 24, and that he Is ready to please his customers, in choice articles, at ex ceedingly reduced prices. Goods, recently re ceived, per latest European and Northern steamers, cannot be excelled for elegance and style. These goods consist of jewelry of all kinds, watches, chains, clocks eyeglasses, snec tacles, church articles, etc. Mr. Itouyer offers his services as general repairer of watches, jew elry, clocks and silverware. Specialty-the sale of table furniture in French silver. Alfenide and plated. Also, spectacles and eyeglasses, in st el or tortoise shell, and the resetting and supply ing of lenses for same. dea22 p 2p MME. OLYMPE, 144......Canal Street-.. " 144 Has now received all the latest fashions se lected by herself in Paris during October. BONNETS, HATS, CARRICKS, CLOAKS. VISITING AND STREET COSTUMES, LINGERIE, BILKS, ETC. An Invoice of BONNETS expected this week per steamer Borussia. Also, on the 15th, per steamer Nuremburg. the latest styles of PARIS BONNETS AND HATS, and a variety of novelties for holiday presents. de2 5 9 10151618 23 28 302p CARPET WAREHOUSE, 17.. ... ..Chartres trest .............17 We are receiving large additions to our stock. We NOW SELL AT AND UNDER PBICES CHARGED BEFORE THT. WAR. AXMINSTER Wilton. Velvet. BOIDY BRUMSELS Tapestry, a plys. INGRAINS Veneti'ans. Hemp. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS. Window Shades. Table and Piano Oovers, Curtain Materials. Lace and Nottingham Ourtains. Trimmings, etc., etc. eaSe am 2dp A. BROUBBEAU & SON. WAGONS ! CANE CARTS ! SPOKES ! H. N. SORIA, 18 and 20 Union mad 15 and 17 Perdido streets. ole nt for the oslebrated "STUDEBA KEl" WAGON,} !PARTS and SPRING WORK of all kinds and sz 115 . So... IATHAI IIND EGID W1AT1HD, (A '3 EtCIAL .) I. C. LEVI, Jeweler, 108 ............................Canal Street... ......**** :..*..** ..*i* l Offers the above Watches at the la'est reduced price list of November 1st. The Watches are all Patent Levers,. and Guaranteed for Three leael. Solid Silver Wtceh, Waltham or E'gin movement....... Solid Silver Wat -h with open face and fiat aglass......... Y Solid SBlver Stem Winder and Better..................... I Solid Gold Watch. 2 oz, 14 karat case- ".. .. ......0..... $ 00 S BSolid Gold Watch. 2 oz, is karat case..... " " ..· **. . " .. ...4 s Bolid Gold St-m-winder, 2'% o(. 14 karat ease.............0 0 Bolid Gold Stem Winder. 2% oz. 18 karat case......... . 00 LADIES' WATCHES. tolid Gold Watch. 14 karat case . ......... a00 =olid Gold Watch. 18 karat case ... d........ ........... . . 4 0 S . Solid Gold Stem winder, 14 karat case .................... 0· ' Solid Gold Stem-winder, 18 karat case ..................... al 1 In addition to the above I have a large assortment of i . French and German Watches, prices ranging from 0o to. For mechanics or laborers the $12 watch or $2 stem-wi will give all satisfaction necessary. I will send watches, diamonds and jewelry by e MI.. 0. O. D., allowing the purchaser to open package anr 0Id . ine same. I have a complete assortment of Diamonds, Opera, Guard, Vest and Neck Chainst pleeS to correspond with the above. I have constantly on hand a large stock of Silverware of ad eti.fll tions, Clocks, Bronzes and Statuary. I Make a Specialty of Repairing Fine Watches and Setting Diamonds. For further particulars, address for illustrated catalogue, not4 I.0. .LII., 10 Cammanl II SANTA CLAUS -AT THE- PALAIS ROYAL, 137 Catnal street. WONDERFUL AND IMMENSE DISPLAY -OF NEW TOYS AND HOLIDAY NOVELTIES 'II r'11(l 1111(1 d 3i5(.Zit ) D olls FROM ONE DOLLAR UP. OPEN ALL DAY TO-DAY. Get, our Holiday Catalogue with full description. dens tJAl T. Moreau, CORNER OF ROYAL AND TOULOUSE STREETS. Annual Exposition of Children's Toys, PORCELAINS, CRYSTALS, BRONZES AND OBJECTS OF ART. LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT SELECTION OF Arlet fr histas annd w hr ienasen The price of each article Is marked plainly, and, in order to correspond with the present huar times, have been reduced to the lowest possible scale. The public is respectfully invited to inspect this magnificent display. dels 18 s0 on sp I II I _l I I I OARPETS. ELKIN & CO., 165 ..............canal street .............. 16 Are receiving new and elegant styles of AXMINSTEB, VELVET, BBUBSELS. THREE-PLY and INGRAIN CARPETS. OFFICE MATTINGS, WINDOW SHADES and CORNICE8, LACE and NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS, new styles. OIL CLOTHS. from six to eighteen feet wide. At the Lowest Prices. del l1m2dp SILKS! SILKS! -AT ENORMOUS SACRIFICES. Having purchased a large invoice of rea French Black and Colored SILKS at lower than Lyons manufacturers' prices, we shall, from MONDAY, November 26, 1877, offer the entire line at exceedingly low figures. Purchasers would do well to avail themselves of this rare opportunity, as the goods must be sold. D. H. HOLMES, 155 Canal street and 15 Bourbon. O028 ly H. P. BUCKLEY. 8 .......... Camp Street..............8 American and Foreign Watches, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE AT LOWEST PRICES. Special attention to watch repairing. deB lm2dp TILER'S Diamond Goods, Gold and Silver Watches, Fine Jewelry, Sterling Silver and Plated Ware. Diamonds reset in the latest Style, and Jewelry made to order by ex perienced workmen. Watches and Jewelry repaired. 15..........CANAL STREET ........ 115 de2 rm Su Tu Th2dp HOLULAND, 8 ..............as. Cbarleu strt..... .........U INEW XZABS AND OHBRISTAs CARDS. BALL PBOGRAMUB A BYZOIALTY. WMIUMD~ AND VIiTNG CA DS - uav_ i: ~"t P~~a CARPETS. All the latest and most elegant designs 1$ Ingrains. Tapestry and Engllsh UMIraek , Velvets, Axminsters. OIL CLOTHS, from six to twenty-four feet. WINIW SHADES, OORNICES. Upheistery and Cmurtal fSe . Wall Paper, Mirrors, Frames and MEeatg At the Lowest Market Price. HEATH. PIPPEY & LARA, se 20 2dp am - 97 and 99 Camp street p. rERCIEa & SONS, Men's, Youths' and Boys' SL OCTH IT G, Eats, Boots, shoes, Furnishlng Qeeds, e.,, Corner Dauphine and Bienville streets. Orders for Country Merchants promptly exe. outed on most reasonable terms. de5 2m2p TAXE--LICENSES. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS, Large Discounts made on all settlements of taxes and licenses, W. H. BARNETT, Broker. as t. Charles street, 0o7 ly 12 Opposite St. harles HOteL $TORAGE-STOBRAlE RAINBOW AND INDIA WAUE@OVN. Coffee, Flour, Produce. Bagging and Goneral Merchandise taken on storage at moderate rates. For terms, apply to CHAB. PLUC!f, Offmee, 133 Tchoupitoulas street. corner Dame. _ no. S p First Steam Manutaetery et the Saato, PIERRE PAVIA, Iaventor, MANUFACTORY. I9S ROYAL STBIPT. Near St. Peter street. SCREWED WOOTS AND SiOMd, Of all styles, made to order. System P. P. Warranted not to rip. FIRST PREMIUM gold medal obtained t State Fair of 1872. and silver medal in lir, First class FRENCH CALF SKIN guaran teed. HUNTER'S SHOES a specialty. not smEdp IL k N. SXIOfl, Auctioneers and Cmuuinenu Nsbmlti, ]Mo. 45aan 47 Deessur aw% new orle41.. 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