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11· e Jeuar et the State of ,a..islaa. 08 Jgl Jrmal of the Ctty of New Orleans. O5.*, 109 Grav.er Street. O*ORILQE W. DUPRE A GO., P OP BIETO B. OEORGE W. DUPRE, A 5, 3IABBY, XJOHN AUGUSTIN, ALBERT 0. JANIN. RATES OF BUBg(RII'TION.1 The Daily Democrat. ; nie ar ..........a. ....... ... 1On onth.. . no b onth ... . 1 - one year ................* Payable In Advance. The We~kly Demoorat. 4:3" The Weekly Democrat, a laroe eiaht-pa.e iar, will he fur.nihed to subscribers at tnhe ree on ths ... ............ 1 . .............................. Payable In Advanon. S , . hEARSEY................ EDITOR ISW OILEANS, DECEMIBERI !M, 177.5 THE IMMIGRATION OONVENTION. It seems to us that the Immigration Asso . tntion, under whose auptices and at whosr provocation the convention of the 14th Janu. ulary is to assemble, has not given the matter the notoriety through the medium of the press which so important an assemblage do. S erves. The subject this convention is called to discuss and advise about Is one of immneas arable and almost unparalleled importance to Louisliana, involving, as It does, her every material interest and the development of the boundless resources that only await thei fos t ring hand of industry anp thrift to make them yield the fruitage of untold wealth. We do not know what the various commit tees entrusted with cutting out the work lave done, but we would suggest that the people, in the country specially, feel a pro 1 ound interest in the matter and would like to know all about it. There is, we believe, a Spe lal committeo entrusted with the task of presenting the subject and discussing the meaurees that are to be proposed, through t. press, and we therefore fool at liberty to ail upon them to give the views of the asso atllton upon this movement. There is also another very important com Itttee, which has in hand the framing of a bill for the consideration of the convention, t roee which It is to be referred to the Legisla t re. This bill will doubt less call for a ,big Subidty, and will also!establish the _uimigra tI o policy of the State. These are very mo msetous propositions, and they are not to be disposed of without mature consideration, a. d we would, therefore, suggest a meeting f, this important committee, and in a place and under circumstances which would enable the preesto report its proceedings. Of course, what we say here is merely by way of sug ', " etlon, and in no spirit of cavilling or fault D6dlpg, because we have no knowledge what . W:. of what the committee has already done or proposes to do, We would only caution these gentlemen that the subject of immigration has received a great deal of attention, and this of the most praetlOal kind, in North Louisiana par ticularly. There was not long since a very arge convention of the northern parishes at Shteveport, and the result of that meeting we already read of in the country press. It was tlt the other day that a Shreveport paper uotloed the arrival of a large number of fami l:es in Caddo from Illinois, and this is by no :mean the first evidence of the work that has (bee accomplished in that section. There deems to be already organized there an im migration scheme, under private auspices, i , that Is in successful operation. We can readily understand how this should bie, knowing, as we do, the vast areas of coun try, owned by landholders, that can not be disposed of or rented, and which are lying l~low, and yet are heavily taxed. These people have been forced to this expedient as a ,eans of self-preservation, and are prepared to offer terms that strike a trading Yankee as teost too good. This idea was expressed In a letter that was read by Mr. Berry to the asso lation at its last meeting. The gentleman writing him from the North said that Wiley l Co., of Shreveport, were giving lands to people who would settle on them, and that this s truck the Yankees as too soft a thing if the land was not utterly barren. He Sould trade them land, but could not give it t0 them. Yet the truth is that these people - an honestly afford to give alternate sections ito people who will settle on the lands, and Sa the very best and most productive lands at . .at. This is the case all over the State--in Sloath as well as North Louisiana. Our article is meant only as a gentle re -inder, and we trust we shall hear more of Sammigration during the two weeks that inter ! ne between now and the date fixed for the - eeOmblage of the convention. The Shreveport Times and Natchitoches rsediator favor the adoption of the Moffett register law. Judge R. J. Looney and Mr. W. H. Wise are Lthe mcet prominent candidates in Caddo for *t1 vacancy in the Legislature from that qr[ish. Both have been called upon in pub Ibihed cards by numbers of citizens to run. .i.Ml;dge Looney has all along been identified '..wth the Radical party, while Mr. Wise is a ' emoerat and a lawyer of ability and high tlakmdlng. The Democrats entertain strong iopes of carrying the parish. The negroes raver heretofore, always shown a large regis tOred majority; but under the late registra a~lzo the Times states that the blacks and °whites have registered in very nearly equal mberg We shall be rejoiced if old Caddo ese more rolls up a Democratic majority id sends to the Legislature a faithful and t representative of her best people and nlaterests. ,he dispatches of the New York Associated were yesterday burthened with a letter W. E. Chandler explaining that Hayes made President through a conspiracy ytraud, and that he afterwards made a with Gordon, Lamar, Ellis, Gibson Ber Southern Democrats to withdraw the0 from Columbia and New Orleans. S r letter does not present any fact etgIihta importance which has not pri. ed a hundred times before. He - tg , and he does not seem to the fta.mir story of his own ras-i th a1 party with any fresh S(7 l e. t Usually, when a aued e nr a burglarm to a roSri alkes a oonfeteson he throws a 11t tie life and liveliness Into his story; but this instigator, aider and abettor of forgers, oon spiraters, ballot-box stuffers and perjurers reoltes his miserable and hackneyed tale in the most commonplace and threadbare manner. The letter Is therefore useful, only as it shows that the bloody-shirt element of the Repub lican party, led by Conkling, are so much dis gusted and inconsed at the turn things have taken that the weak-headed rascals among them cannot restrain their tempers, and that purpose is to reorganize the party on the basis of Grantism. Chandler's shameless letter was not worth printing, much less telegraphing. How long will it be before such dirty rascals are kicked off the public stage whore they disgust men of honor? Uleechor's sermon abolishing "hell," has awakened no little exci ement in religious circles In New York. The sermon arose from the case of a Mr. Merriam, who was chosen as pastor of a church at Indian Arbor, but was refused confirmation by the Massachusetts Congregational Council be cause he declined to believe In hell. The Springfield Rlepblican Interviewed all the members of the Council on this subject, and found that a large number of them enter tained the same views as Merriam. Beecher's sermon has produced similar in terviews in New York, with the unexpcted result that a large number of ministers of that city are found to agree with him in his disbe lief in the existence of a material hell and of eternal punishment. Tihe Catholic and Episcopal ministers woere all found orthodox on this subject, and re fused to join him in his crusado on the devil. Seoveral Presbyterian ministers, while unwilling to altogether accept the doc trine of the abolition of hell, disbelieved at the same time in eternal punish moent, except on the basis of eternal sin ning. They were in doubt also of the mode of punishment, whether It wts material, i. e., sulphur and brimstone, or simply by the conscience. The Methodist ministers wont even further, and acceptedxi to a considerable extent the theory of the non-existence of hell; one of them had a vague idea that God would decapitate or blot out of exlstence the incor rigible sinners at the day of judgment, and that eternal life being found only in faith in Christ, eternal punishment, Which neces sitates eternal life for its subject, could not, therefore, he believed. Another disbelieved in eternal punishment because material bodies and fires are of very limited duration and cannot be eternal. The views expressed on this question were most varied and contradictory; even min Istors of the same sect appear to iave no common views on this most i mportant subject, and diffllred as greatly as do Christianity and Mohamnnledanlsm. One fact is certain, that there is no general doctrine on the subject of hell among a number of leading sects. At the same time it is plain that the views of ministers on bell are growing broader, and that while most of them are unwilling to go to the extreme that Beecher advocates, a large number of them are disposed to do away with the mediteval hell of sulphur, brimstone, pitchforks, etc. MARRIED. JACOBS-DRUCE--At Livingston. Ky., at the residence of the bride's parents, on Thursday, December 22, 1877, by Rev. J. W. Venable. Mr. E. C. Jacobs, of New Orleans, to Miss Lilla C., daughter of W. W. Bruce. Esq. * WAGONS ! CANE CARTS ! SPOKES ! H. N. SORIA, 18 and 20 Union and 15 and 17 Perdido streets,. .ole Agent for the celebrated "STUPEBA EIER" WAGONS, CARTS and SPRING WORK of all kinds and sizes. Dealer In Philadelphia and Western Cane Wagons, Carts and Drays; Timber Whl's;: Wheelbarrows of all descriptions; Spokes. Fol los,. Hubs, shafts, etc.: Wheolwright material. Orders promptly filled. All work warranted. de( Im A CARD. On Wednesday of last week, on the occasion of a disturbance on the landing, and an attempt on the part of the mob to interfere with hands engaged in unloading my boat, the W. J. Polte vent. I sent twice to the Harbor Police Sta tion for assistance, but none was afforded me; no officers being there at the time. These facts were furnished the DEMOCRAT, which gave pub lility to the same through its River column. During my absence Sergeant J. S. Rourke, com manding the Harbor Station, makes a denial of my statements, and says: " It was impossible for the officers of the boat to have repaired twice to the station for police without being accommodated, for at 0 o'clock roll was being called, and this is the hour that they alleged to have been there." There was nothing said, in the report made by the DEMOCRAT, about 6 o'clock. My boat did not arrive at the wharf until 6:30 o'clock, after which time the disturbance commenced. In reference to the above, I will simply say that I am willing and fully prepared to prove the truth of my original statement at any time that may be called for. U. D. TERREBONNE, de'9 It lrntein Rtnamsr W .T Pnatnvrn) NEW YEARS' EVE IN MOBILE. COWBELLIONS! STRIKERS!! T. D. S !!! The COWBELLION DE RAKIN SOCIETY will 'elebrato their forty-seventh, the STRIKERS their thirty-fifth and the T. D. 8. their thirty-third anniversaries on Monday Night, December 31, 18~. The New Orleans and Mobile Railroad will run a special train to Mobile on that day, leav ing Canal street depot at 1 o'clock p. m.. sharp. TICKETS FOR ROUND TRIP ONLY $5. Good to return on any regular train on TUESDAY. January 1, 1878. As the first train leaves Mobile at 3:05 a. m. (with three sleeping cars attached) those wishing to avail them selves of thisexcursion. can reach the city at 8:35 a. m.,in time to spend New Year's Day. D. B. ROBINSON, Superintendent. J W. COLEMAN. Ticket Agent. S. E. CAREY, G. P. and T. A. de27 st 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 286, 1877. offer t.he entire line at exceedingly low figures. Purchasers would do well to avail themselves Dr this rare opportunity, as the goods must be D. H. HOLMES, 155 Canal street and 15 Bourbon. g • --. IF .. . DAMAGED LINEN G-OOL S DAMAGED LINEN GOO1S! $22,000 DAMAGED LINEN GOODS, Rlightly touchd hvy FIRE AND WATER. sold by the order of UNDEIIWIRII'EIS, of ith stock of Messrs. RMITiH & TAYLOR. New York. lHavlng bought only the Srnok'd and Wot Goods. the above goodds are n. useful as almost new, and having bought them FOR A MERE SONG, The public may rely upon ohlining genuine bargans tllhis week in the following: aoo PIECES WHITE LINENS. 70 PIECES TABLE DAMASK. 780 DOZEN NAPKINS. 11o PCB. VICTORIA LAWNS. 8o PIECESB BITIOP LAWNS, 12 PIECES PLAIDED LAWNSH. n, PIECES TUCKING FORl SKIRTS. Only slightly damnged. 280 DOZEN TOWELS, 1,0 QUITl'S. 1o PIECES HANDSOME SHADI)E FRENCII PEI RALES AT so., ONLY SLIGIHTLY TOUTCHED. oo, PIECES BIRD-EYE LINEN DIAPEIR. We would advise customera to eall early to avoid a rush. Fellman Bros., dAn25 27 R 133I C04NA I TITRIEET. REMOVAL To the eornor of Chartres and Conti sts.. No. 8s. C. ROUYER. (IALVANIZERI JEWEL El. (',LOCK M.AkER, 01' TICIAN. respatrfully in torms the publle that hle tpning of hI s new estnh Il-tshmontwill tanke plaeon MONDAY, I)ocomber 24, and that he Is readly to please hs eunatomers, in cholle artlllela. nt. ox noedingly reduced prils. (hoods, rencntly re delved, per latest European and NorthPrn toeamorr, cannot bI excelled for olcgaince and style. These. goody connsst of jewelry of all kinds, watI'hes, lchalins.. (eks eyiglR.iass,spo.c l¶Ies,, church articles, tct. Mir. lRouyyr ofTors 11 nOerlvices as general repalrer of watihm., jew Iry, clocks and Hilverwaro. SpIeiall.v-leho sale if atMldo il rnll urn in Fren.ch -i tlv r. Alfoe-i,-|nd slated. Also, a specacll and eyeglasses, in st a.l )r lortols shaell. ndll the resetting and supply ng of Itense for same. do22 1m 2p II. P. BUCKLEY. 8.............Camp streey............. American and Foreign Watches, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE AT LOWEST I'RICES. Special attention to watch repalring. dis lm2dp CARPETS. All the latest and most elegant designs in Ingrains, Tapestry and English Brussels, Velvets, Axmlnsters. OIL CLOTHS, from six to twenty-four feet. WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES. Upholstery and Curtain Goods. Wall Paper, MIrrors, Frames and Mouldings, At the Lowest Market Price. HEATH, PIPPEY & LARA, se 20 2dp sm 97 and so Camp street. TAXES-LICENSES. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Large Discounts made on all settlements of taxes and licenses. W. S. BARNETT, Broker. 38 St. Charles street, 007 ly 2p Opposite St. Charles Hotel. bTORAGE-STORAGE. RAINBOW AND INDIA WAREHOUSE. Coffee. Flour, Produce. Bagging and General Merchandise taken on storage at moderate rates. For terms, apply to CHAS. PLUCHE. Office, 133 Tchoupitoulas street, corner Notre Dame. no24 lm2dp HOLILAND, 8..............St. Charles street .............. NEW YEARS AND CHRISTMAS CARDS. BALL PROGRAMMES A SPECIALTY. WEDDING AND VISITING CARDS de9 3w Engraved and Printed. 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, SILKS, 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 10 15 16 18 2 28 30 2D First Steam Manufactory of the South. PIERRE PAVIA, Inventor, MANUFACTORY, 110 ROYAL STREET. Near St. Peter street, SCREWED BOOTS AND SROES, Of all styles, made to order. System P. P. Warranted not to rip. FIRST PREMIUM gold medal obtained at State Fair of 1872, and silver medal in 1873. First class FRENCH CALF SKIN guaran. teed. HUNTER'S SHOES a specialty. not 3m2dp H. & N. SAMORY, Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, Nos. 45 and 47 Decatur Street, New Orleans. REGULAR CATALOGUE AUCTION SALES BOOTS. SHOES AND BROGANS, TUIESDAYS AND TRURSDAYS Of each week. Libesal esob advanoes on o WIlA,'I :2 CTS. WILL BUY AT WALMHE'S. A new Milk Nooktie, a styrish Bow, a now Rtylb Hearf Pfin. a set HSrew Study. a pair Hloeve But tons, an English Tooth Brush. a tneat box con taning two small bottles "Lundberg" Per fumory, a box Violet Powder, a cake fline "Crown" HSoe, jar of Pomade. a pair Linen Cuffs, two Linen Collars, or a neat Pocket Comb in case. SS10 CTS. WILL UTY AT WAIAlE'S. A Pockethook, a Black Scarf or Tin., a pair new style HIeuvo ]lButtons, or a nobby Scarf Pin, i .set of Studs, a Hilk Pocket Handkerchief (sonme thing nleo for little boys or girls) a Box Tollet Soap, a pair warm Gloves or Wristlets, a pair Elastic Busqtndelrs, bottle of Hair Oil, Pomade. fine "Crown 'Tooth or Nail IBrut-n. Fanty alnf Hose, Linen Collars and Cufls, and many other useful articles suitable for proesnts. 75 CENTS WILL BUY AT WALSHE'S Your choice out of twenty varietion of now scarfs, all at 75 cents eatch ; a very styllsh HSarft Iin. a bottle of " Crown " Perfumery, one of WALHHE' best Bhlack Hllk Ties, agood winter Undershirt or pair )rawers, a warm Neck Muffler. a lchonie from an w assortment of Hilk I'okoet Hantlkerchifs. at Colored Mthirt, Hair Brush, Clothes Brush. or a Windsor Hcarf and I inge omplete. $1 WILL BUY AT WALSHIE'n A now style Remington, Sir Arthur. Orieninl, or Dollwood Scarf, or one of the fashironable Four-in-Hund, In new llks a flune lair Brush andi Comls:; tin elolgnt wtddilng or party Neck tie; a nohbty ,Colored Shirt: a comfortable Night Shirt; Gloves, Muffor, or cholct Perfumorry. $1 50 WILL BUY AT WALSHEM' A white dress Hhirt and Collar G good winter Mocks, a pair of Kl( or (n'or i(loves. half dozf7n Linen Cuffs, or ai dozetn Linen Collars, a set of the very best H~tuds (a large assortment new goods to se.let frmnt), a no bby and at the smoe thimn "gntlftmnly" St'arf Pin. a pair fine Sleevo Buttons or now styln Links, a Cardlian Jacket, a ited lttnn'l Undershirt or Drawors. a slit, of Merino Undergarments, or a good fam ily Umbreila. $2 or $3 WILL BUY at WAI. HE's A good Cardligan Jacket, a fine Comb and lrush. with otther ustful toliet articl:s; a t fin Gingham Umrtrelln. a htandsome pair of Sus pondlers, a larget Silk Ilandkere.hlf toltgant presents for ladiie), a box of thoiee PI'trltmtry, It good i'rcke'thi ok. a dozrt n of the .est Collars. or half a dozt n now style C(osTH. $4 OR $I1 WILL BUY AT WAIAIJH. :. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . ... . . .. .r .. . . . . . . A good Hilk Umbrella, a box of assorted Crown Odors (vary choce), a Boys' nie Sulit, (lay Il, 3 to 12), a Chilt's warm Overcoat, half dozen Silk Handkrchtiefs, hall dtzten good Drawers or Uu tlorshirt.s, a dozen Iest English Half-Hose, or half a ,lo,ztn tHst. Morino. a lnie Silk Muffler, or a very elegant embroidered wedding or party Shirt. CLOSE BUYERS, call at WALSHE'N. : ....................................................: In addition to the ahove partial list of useful alld suitable prosents are full lines of fine Shirts. Underwear, handsome Silk Umbrellas and gentlumen's now styles of Jewelry at pop ular prices. Alttntion Is called to the now arrivals of GENTLEMEN'S DRESbING ROBES, comprising, as this assortment does, nothing but new godse (not one left from last season) of the choicest materials and elegantly trimmed,. made expressly for these C(hristmns times. This line of robes embraces all qualities, from moedum to the flnest made, and are offered at fair prices. IlBtween now and the end of the holiday sea son we will have the stock conltantly replen ished, and the assurance is extended to our friends that WALIIE'S, 110 CANAL NTREET, willoffer sutch Inducements In new goods and reasonable prices as to recolve their approval and make business lively. Call al nexamine goods and prices, as it will not be considered a trouble to wait on custom ers. B. T. WALSHE, 110............CANAL FTREET............110 Near St. Charles. (Jlo6 Im eod2dp CARPET WAREHOUSE, 17.............Chartres Stret...........1... We are receiving large additions to our stock. We NOW SELL AT' AND UNDER PRICES CHARGED BEFORE THE WAR. AXMINSTER Wilton. Velvet. BODY BRUHAELS, Tapestry, 8 plys. INGRAINS Venetians, Hemp. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, Windmw Shades. Table and Piano Covers, Curtain Materials Lace and Nottingham Curtains, Trimmings. etc.. etc. seaso m 2dp A. BROURREAU & SON. CA.RPETS. ELKIN & CO., 168 ............C..anal street.............168 Are receiving new and elegant styles of AIMINSTER, VELVET. BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY and INGRAIN CARPETS, OFFICE MATTINGS, WINDOW SHADES and CORNICES,. LACE and NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS, new styles. OIL CLOTHS, from six to eighteen feet wide. At the Lowest Priees. dels lm2dr D. MEROCIkE & 4ONS, Men's, Youths' and Boys' L OTHING-, Eats, Boots, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, etc., Corner Dauphine and Bienville streets. Orders for Country Merchants promptly exe cuted on most reasonable terms. de5 2m2p Established 1869. P. O,. BOx gs WHITE'S (INNERY, Office 26 Union, near Carondelet street TO COTTON FACTORS AND PLANTERU GINNING TERMS--THE SEED. BAGGING, TIES, TWINE and DBAYAGE furnished FREE since 1876. Parties wishing to know the averqge yield of Gotton ginned at "WHITE'S GINNEBY" last season will please send to the undersigned for D.. ER WHITE. WA1THAI iND EtI IfATcHES (Ulk 3 7 I ATO .) I. C. LEVI, Jeweler, 108............................ Canal Street.................... ........*IOB Offers the above Watches at the latest reduced price list of November 1st. The Watches are all Patent Levers. and Guaranteed for Three T*argI So1id lilver Watch. Waltham or Elgin movement........g , holiid Silver WatDh with opHn faI , and lt gas........ e Solid S wlver teým Winlder rand Setter ...................... S Ip Solid 0old Watc. 2 o, 14 karat Rease .....S SI Solid Gold Watoh. 2 o, 18 karat t cas e ............. IU Solid GTld Sto winder, I o 1 k arat eas........ ...........sortment of wi nolid G aod Stem Wlnd er, 2 p oz. is karat iase ......f... 6 " . 4o manc o LADIES' WATCHES,. I lld senld watch es 14 k art onds and ewe by ex..................... S lid ollo t winder, 14 karat ser to open p.............ackage and e Solid Gold Siam n -winder., s karat case .......... ....... 's 00. SIn aldltlon toond with the above I have a large aormeant of all r I Make a pecialty of Repairing Fine Watches and Settring Diarom s tonds. FoForr mhnicsfurther parr rerticulars, addresthe 1 wafor illustrated catalogueor t will give all satisfaction neOessarT. noI will scndwatche, dlimond. an.d jewlrE bl enal r C'. O. D., allowing the purchaser to open paekaao antd eisla,. Ine same. I have a complete assortment of Diamonds. Opera, Guard. Vest and Neck Chains at orlotes eorrespond with the above, I have constantlr on hand a largo stock of Silverware ol all dsed, tions. DERFoks BronesLANDIMMEN and taSE DISPLar. I Make a Specialty of Repairing Fine Watches and Setting Diamonds. For further particulars, address for illustrated catalogue, * -OF no24 IW. 0 . LVI. Oalr -AT THE PALAMS 1o1AL, 137 CAN A l •srrIIIE7r. WONDERFUL ANI) IMMENSE DISPLAY -OF NEW TOYS -AND HOLIDAY NOVELTIES Freneh and Bii.cuit Dollis FROM ONE DOLLAR UP. OPEN ALL DAY TO-DAY. Got our Holiday Catalogue with full description. dess tjal WHY NOT BMUY --FROM THE IMPORTERS? WHO WILL PRESENT YOU WITH A BEAUTIFUL TEA CANISTER. WITH EVERY POUND OF THEIR 75 CENT TEA, GREEN, BLACK OR MIXED. THIS TEA WILL BE FOUND EQUAL TO ANY TEA BOLD AT A DOLLAR A POUND BY DEALERS. THE GREAT HONG KONG TEA CO., HONG KONG BUILDING. 89 CANAL STREET, Near Chartres Street, and 179 POYDRAS STREET, Near Carondelet Street. WE PARCH ALL DAY, and still are able to sell FRESH ROASTED RIO AT Z5 CENTS, to equal any 30c Coffee elsewhere. N. B.-The public is invited to examine the much talked of TELEPHONE, which operates the electric wires specially built for the Hong Kong Tea Company. des ties AIM O.zBxN3N 0. CAWXE&BL IU. L. OA3UEL. Has. J. 0A35MU A. CARRIEBE & SONS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS Coner Boyal a·nd Ctmtemhae Liberal Advaaoes made on ondfxwstnm a our frleBri~ in WNWG. 5aZV New Orleans Savings Institat eo. 16s Canal s.es. A. MOULTON. . EA. PALTZEYT CARL KOHr . T.I.. BALY, DAVID UBQUHART. GEORGE JOrAS, JOHS G. GGAIN8, THOU.A. ADAMS, THOS. A. OL eAAEn. CB r.aMWNBMS " Zsw tuu'