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DAILY DEMOCRAT.
da lW Journal f the State of LouaIanas.
Plalrl Journal of the City of New Orleans
Om.., 10) Gwei4.r S!treet.
OO GlE W. DUPRU & 00..
(110R0K W. D1upIU,
1. 5. RIAB4IN, JOAN AucwOTfl,
ALIINUT 0. wqNIi.
3. J. HJ4iAMBE..1........... . IITOh
11KW OSLKYAt4 HAIWISA 0. ISIS.
* IMIsOJIANT.
A owuctup of the l )o1>mnrw~ratIn-(orvn erv
menhers of the Honauiu will I.. hold thin mornl
lng at 10 o''lohk in Ume 100111 of rio HMolno
1'naneo (knaoLmitAne. Every wumomhbor IR earn
Ostly requeAtAod Ito lo preroilt promptly at.
the hour unruloloned, ae $ ueohImo of very groat,
Impormtatnrw will he biought before the nuoue.
W. A. ItflIEILtHI)N,
t(I alrmuuaui.
i'here are but two days left of ,th renular
SJeellon of Ithe Logilatiuro. Nend we rinnlld
Deuroo'ati 14enlat(dl of the Absolute nIlre
alty of fulfillinug ther party obligatllon ulader
such ofronumtetanoe? It ls not neorssary that
we llhould dwell upon the advantagrsoof party
disolpline; every intelligent man apprefuhlNla
thane; but we cannot inslst, too earnestly that,
during the last hours of the sIwlon, that diHs
elpllne abould manlfoet Itself In a practilcnt
cal way. If anything of value I to Iu ac_
complrbhod; if the timnleo thoe Moate andlaltl
is not t o be frittered away radan extra slnl ton
madenet.swary, Indlvldual IprforeonoI0 mlust
give way to tthe denision of tIe lnajority. We
hope that the cmaus to he ohld thi morning
will map out. the course to b. pursued by the
elnate, and that no individual Mlnator will
en.ritln the Inter.tas of ftli Hiato byv iter
posing his porsonal wishes agalnslt thoe d).llton
o f the majority,
Senator Kelly, of Orleans, though uflringll
from a severe and Ipainful illlIesu, remanIed
st.dily at hib post in the Henate during the,
Whole of Monday's long antd important stw
tlon, while other l)teuoorats saerillctl the In
-treste of their party and State by voting
Swith the lIopulbllcanu to adjourn over 1to
. Weldnedday.
We eall the attention of our rewlers to the
tdlpatt'h of our spoIold oortTpondent at
Washington. A week or two ago we pointed
I tl the habitual violatiok by the l'ostofAleo
Department of the Federal law prohibititng
the transmisslon of lottery tlikolts and c elcu
rs: athrough the malls. 'he prompt, action
of the Wnahington authoritior upon our pro
test against thi evasion of the tlaw In favor of
& swindling contern which contaminatc.
Oeverything tlhat it toIlohes, must be gratify
ing to overy oppouont of that iniquitous
izhstitution.
liennal Sssions of the l,,gislature have
Sbecome ext remely popular, a large majority
of the State Logislaturtls now meeting only
every other year. The idea was inauguratedl
Int the West, we believe, and was soon adopted
Y bya number of Soutlhoern and Western States,
w: hlch found this one of the safest and surest
ways of eecon~,mtlng. Now England. and the
i Mrist generally, held out, against the now
S9ysatem for some time, Vermont alone ox
SOpted. The experlonce of Western and
` Southern States have shown so emphatically
the advantages of blennial sesslons thai there
is every probability of their becoming univer
al In this country in a few short years. Mia
sourt, which adopted Utis system three years
( ago, finds that it saves the State directly
$75i,000 a year, and how much more indlrestly
Sitis hard to say.
A special comtnisslon appointed by the last
0 onnei.tleut Legislature to examine and re
? port upon the subject of public expendit.ures
'l the State, with a view to rtLronchment, and
a more etnomihal administration of Stat
affairs, rcno)nlendls, among other things, the
adoption of a m)ntiltutiouai amnlndmentl pro
viding for hbiennial instead of annual sessloions
of the Legislature of that State.
Twenty-four States have already adoplel
; binnial legislative sessions: Arkansas, Catli
fornia, Delaware, Florida, (leorgia, Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan,
Mississippi. Missouri, Neobraska, Nevada,
North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pl'nnsylvania,
Tennesseel Texas, Vernont, Virginia and
West Virginia, nmot of whichl have adopted
this system within a very few years. It is
probable that Louisiana and C(onumletienlt, will
Boon be added to th, e list.
The New York papers s1uggest this phln for
New York as well, and a mnovemlent will be
made in that State to bring the matter before
the Legsllaturr at, once.
The end of carpet-bag Governor8s etnlt.s
pretty nluch the s anmo in all the Soul.hern
States save L,ouisfiana. Frank .1. Moslt, the
.rbbter " Governior of South C'arolina, ap
pears, however. to have sulk I a rille lower
than his follows. On acesuntn of d.isgraeoful
conduct his wife lately procuredl a sepa~a
tion from him and 1oMwis was left, in the ion
genial society of the lmost disleputiJddo char
actors of Columbia. lie soon got rid of all
his stealings in this soci.ey and, broknc in
spirit ialid purse, Irturned ito his wife with
pretelded r~grets .:lid a desiro to bring about
a reconciliation of seoie kindh lie was very
penitent, prlonised to reformn, go West, prate
tico law thereoand head anew life. Ile swork
ed upon .the felings of his wife that lie ipor
suaded her of the truth of his penitencell and
was permitted to remain under her mother's
roof some two or three days. But one night;
the ex-Governor decanmped without notice,
taking with him all the pers.onal property
of his wife---jewels, wearing apparel, etc.
'which le could lay his hands on, together
with a good deal of property belonging to
other memtbers of the faluily. lie tfed to New
York to sell this stolen property as well as
some Information he poesstsed concerning
his fellow-thiev-es in South Carolina. Some of
this information he proposes to furnish will,
or at least ought to, land Moses' sutxestior as
(Governor, Chamberlain, in the Penitentiary.
Moses claims that he virtually owned
Wright, the negro member of the Supreme
Court of South Carolina.
Chamberlain knowing this got Moses to
arrange with Wright to decide a case he had
before the Supreme Court in his favor, giving
the justice two notes for $2500 for his decision.
jIosesarranged the little matter satisfactorily
and, strange to say, Ohamberlain paid the
Iotes when they fell due, verifying the old
story of honor among thieves. In case his
word js nt tuoIclent, losos has somenic hiai
dorna reputable witnesses to prove this trans
action,
Such is pretty .much the story of all the
- oarpet-bag Governors of the Routh, except In
. Loulsiana. low do we treat our ex-carpet
bag Governors, we who suffered more from
ltadllal misrule than any other routhern
MHtne ? Both of our Itadical ex-(tovernors
are rielfnmn. One Is a Henator in the Unitnd
HIates Honate, the other a leader in our Legis
lature. In other Stat.es misrule and pecula
i, ion load tI infamy, in LouIsiana to the .en
at, and the house.
CRIMINAL JUSTIOE.
'ThIe nastounding verdliit in the nease of Jimo
White, to whtih we have referred nll tA'rmIs of
dnuntlatlion no. orlne f the Imot dlsgraceful
ever rendered In tihe o)urtI , has provoked uIi
a voIral Indlignatli tlroughoutll the conllnuni
ty and a close scrutily of the eOmpI itl(,on of
O jury pIaneol anll the 1nu(n11) o(f their selection.
It rOquirl'.l just 5Ac( an examlpl to illus
tirate tIhe ineflihciony of the present systen
I of formlng our juries, or the grave unlltness
o If those whoi are hlarged with its admiinlstra
thion, oth should be rchanged. Ilnstead of I he
commIsniHn'rs being selected from the class
of iprs'ons reeking othlh and places, with sal
aresl and emolunll'lts/l attached, anrI nppoint(ed
by tihe judges of the 1)llstrlct, (ourt; they
shouhl) be chllsen from the (class of our lmost
disacret etltitens, of large' and intlmat( knowl
edge off our people ; their ofile |shoulIl be
purely honorary, and their terrm of servIce
shounl he under lthe control of the anlpollt
Ing powier. That power shouhl be thll Exe,
l tiv. 'T'llheen com)l IIIssionlt roulr sIoulI bn
clharged to .helOt firom the list1 of voters and
clltions lthe requisIto number of quallilod
Ihe reputblihl and law-tabiding 1lass of our
I zeones. '1 he nnmrs of tlan cltlz.ns shouhl
Ire dl'awn, as pewe.rihbr. hy the prmsent law,
for d14ty in the several ourls. Th numnber
of three jurors should always be large onough
to prevelnt the ll' sslblliy of exhaustinug the
panel and calling on talenmen.
We learn thatt a law Iaking th.sn changel
has been prlsentld to our L.glslatur'e. This
law lemiolien otiher changes in our' syntlm of
crlmhinl admlniRtration whiclh w think
would promotoe lls flioohen.y. One of lthose
I(oltemplates tLhe equalzatlon of the p'rnmp
tory challenets, giving tihe HSate as large a1
Inlhll),nl1 r as the acIlnsld.
With I thlose nandl other ehnlbnts, and by rI
pealing.ll I hnexomnlpt.ions froml jury dlluty, whleh
exclude · io) large T nulllber of oIIr I(est elti
zoxs, and by supplying the Iprolseullting om
ersi with a f)ore' of spec(al Ipolliomen and
detecivew Ito pro lurl the nl.lssary t'stiumony
and prevent, t,)h( departlure of ilmportanlt wit
y4oIlu , a lmooe prompll)t land vigoroulrs ellnforce
monlt of ou1r l'lrllihl laws anrd juistie may be
acllurel; and this .eneurity Is (of the utmllll4lt
imrportlnnleo to, the prolsplerity and woll-belrig
of our conlrlllity.
WVhen life. blimb and property are rendered
Inshc(lre, as they always are when thle laws
ar-e o loosely and Irregularly enforred. no
(omunlllirliy will pro.grlvs nd increane in
prosperlity iand I)popnllati(on. It (annotlll be do
nied tlhalt we do Inot enjoy this 0054' of
security Inl thlls city. Crihinals tr olften
o.cape and even rIesune tllir pooltions
amonlg decent, people, who In better regu
latedl mllllluulition wIouldl lIe roequlired to ox
plate their offen~te on ,110ie gallows or within
the walls of the penitontlary at hard labor.
Mhould the r)ent frightful Immunity ex
tended by twelve jurors to one of the most
audaIlIous and dollant murderers who over t
disgrnaed his race and community be exer
-is(,d towardi other liko offenders, there would
arLse a similar exige.o y to that which ontm
polled the people of San Francisco to set c
asile the regullar tribunals and remit the
nldmnletration of criminal jusltic to vlgi
I1., cxomnlitteu(.
DIED.
VEAU--On Tuesday, March 5. 1578. at :1:5i
o'clock p. i., JoFeolh Alfred Venaun. ad thirty
ninl years. Ia native of tils city.
His fimneral will take place from his late reAi
-dlnce, No. 8a Elmira street, oorner Casaralvo,
This Evening at 4 to o'clock. Ills friends and
acquaintaneRs, and thoeO of the Venu. Cantrolio.
BIoulet and letif fanlliew are invited to attend.
BOIILEY BROTHIEIRS,
127 and 12I..I:ommnan street..127 and 129
Between St. Charles and City Hotels.
FAIRM AND PLANTATION WAGONS,
Cane Carts, Ba asse Caris, Small Carts of 411
slzsw, Timber Whoeels. Wheelbarrows, 4poks.,
FFllocs. Shafts, Wagon Material. Axle Grease,
etc.
This Is the oldest and largest wagon establlsh
mnnt in the Soullh , mlanlufacturling their own
work and guarantooleeing everything they sell.
foe ly 2dp
WAGONS CANE CARTS I SPOKESI
H. N. SORIA,
18 and 20 Union and 15 and 17 Perdido
streets,
Bole Agent for the oelebrated "STUDEBA
KER" WAGONS. CARTS and SPRING WORK
of all kinds and sizes.
Dealer in Philadelphia and Western Cane
Wagons, Carts anld raIys: Timber Wheols;
Wheelbarrows of all doesrltlions; Stokes, Fit
loos. HutW. Shafts, o.; Wheeoolwright material.
Orders Ipromptly flilod. All work warranted.
hBranch, No. 53: Gravier Slltreet.
P. E. SARRAZIN'S
STEAM Tilitti MA ACTill.
Smloking, Cheiilng and Snlluf f Tobaceos,
Cigars and Pipes,
TO TIHE TRADE.
Factory, No. 279 Decatur Street,
f,"4 'W Sit tmoNm NPW ORT1EANM, LA.
BEWARE! BEWARE!
If rou are sufferlng from a cold or cough get
at once a bottle of
DUCONGE'S CELEBRATED o
PECTORAL BALSAMIC SYRUP,
which is the very besoat compound for all ail
ments of the chest and lungs.
A. CARROUCHE,
Agent for Louisiana,
;t) C IAiB'ItES STiEI:'I'O
ALSO BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
felo 1w 2dp
NEW AND ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS
-oP
WALL PAPER
-an-~
WINDOW SHADES.
Prices to suit the times.
F. NEWHALL,
feli Im :do to Camp street.
GRAND DISPLAY
lte
in . -OF-
'V
NEW'SPRING GOODS
A
a
--AT-
DANZIGER'S
ft
of 0
157 Caural cslret,
1I
i1- IETWVEEN BOUIIBON AND DAUL'IIINE.
or
s
In view of the immenneel ntnouren of vilitors
Sexpooted In our ~ity dtrin itIn t arnilval fetilvl
e tlion, we hiave Inllde ixtl'orllinnry exertlons to
Pencure our entire SPITINO FTOCK In time for
Mardi (tnra, and are pcla,,ed to notify vteltor.
in and reitalints that oIuroftTorl have met with unt
t ualiflnd eueOense. During hll i pat thlroe weks
thl etertionll of our btiyore have boont mnldn
,i- tnifeet to us by the reiolpt of goods amount
oitg11 to over
,y $100,000,
I- comprlttng tnmportatlonte frln
FRANCE
B tLELItl U M,
'0 SWITZEI1I,AND)
tIElIM ANY nnd
(itE ' I' ITiTA IN.
' aid the produtllone of our own11 olenltry.
tn Vilitors anli roe.lents ern roepeltfulliy Inviter
I to a visit of Inmpe.t ion itnt rxalniuatin . 1'olith
land altltntiveo eratlsutn will Inks alotnsuclre In
oI xhlbiting our goodtl Antdi ricnes without urgingtK
y any one itl blt).
Ir lxatnini the noveltlna we exh ibit in ou r
1 DIEM rgO1OG IEPAiRTmlNFr,
r, Comtprisin NEI(1EUREW. ranging In prise
from 12't', to $2 ntd i t iter yard.
'r BOUIETT'EN, inl now of+.tle.
i h 81'lN(I I'(tI'JINH, Alpaun nitd Mthailre,
frotm lr,0 to .5. 40. 59 and nors per yar.w
" II(O1IE SPRIING ALPAt'!At , in variousl
grnreln.
IIUNTIN(In Il all shadesr at 'sre per yard.
MOlI)AIt AIIUIEN'TINR, a new artile. In
a beoutifutl pshndl
If MI( ZAII l gIIIU r,,. Il 11nol1 dlialgn. .
P(ti'EflIN I.H I,UiH''lRlH. fromlt Ito it r,'.
k Linen Tttesorip. Ecru Lninett. .tc.
S Also, openedti plol ally forou rontll lr frlnndn.
10 CeanAtes In l'o Liawns., fIromn ttotI 1 a yard.
1 'aen flun French Organdy. in )beautiful
a colors,
---AND-- --.
I conR Ft'rnt Linen Lawns, at lto0 pnr yard,
- ohoea at, 15'.
i Black (t'ellaLdiniJ's
A grand dllattv of Ilairk (lrenadinae, in
plnin,. Itmille, Chtoknd, Htrilel and iI ,Iurttlo
styles, prit.o from 200 n!1)4 It ll l per yrt d.
U(retnadino Vt.toltr Nolgeucnes andll Jlourottnt,.
gralt no'vell itoe.
All Hilk tlrnndlinon for evening weanr, rlohne
- frktn r70 to s1) to per yarl'd.
S SHpring Silks I Spring Silks I
t Plain colored tPI'IIN(I SILKS, In all clandon,
at S.n.
Fancy R ring flike at tn6'.
Hurtng HIIks, new des.Ihlns, from it.' to $1 to.
Blacrk 81ks. t 0 taon non,.
llark Trimmliag Hilks ill 7ro?
Plintk D)ress Hilks at t0If. 1 tland I1 ) .
loeavy Lionte (troes (rain Silks at II Ino, $ 75.
$' and $2 ie. 0
IBDONNETI', Subllimte ilack SILK, at. lt and
ta to per yard, etc.
I TBIMMINI-Hl TO MAT'ill ALL OUR1 Dt11EH
0o (UOI)H.
IRea ll Laews I RIeal laces !
We Ihave ovonncd a ibeauttlfl naeortment of
Laces. IBarboe. Ti.s, Fan (tovers, tto.. In real
Appilltun. ntCehttse. Poltt d'Alolllntl tian
Point lhilto, also new style nts Collars and
Cliffs.
Our cu.itomenr can rely on getting none bllut
tihe lnowet designs andl f reshs~t. goolds from us, I
as we have onlly recently ltgunlll to illp)ort ltten I
real LaceR and real Lace (toods.
I WHITE GOOI)II-WIIIT . GOOD)M,
Immense bargainte In White Nainoeoks. plain.
checked atid strlped. 0 0
White Piouse at a., in,. tl, io. a0 and s'e.
8wlss Muslins from e Ito cot. a yard.
Nansons do I'[ndo. Mulls. Victorin and Blihop
Lawns, etc., ott.
IIOUsEiIEEPIN G GOOD. 1
IIOUaelREEIPING GhOODR I
Irish Linene, hby 24 ylards lirne, at f4 ot, Er., I,
E7, S ,, 9. t10, $12, S IrI and $2tt a pinile.
A spiteclttl IlttIlrlatt iont f hieavy round thrtend
Linntt beginling with an airtlel at. l(o for 24
yaIrds.
Hhtoting Pillow ('cna and Drawer Iinelln.
Tolle do I'nri. Linen and Colton Diapers.
Table l)amltankn, Turkny lird Ilaintltks. 'I'Tw
ele, Crtashesl Napkint. , ilbhl tot IRonoy Co(Imb
and Marstlltlrne utilt. NutlltIilnglhin (!i lrta I Not.
Nottingaham anlld ''amnbored Lace Ctlrtatita.
to.
i Also a vast tissortmncnt of o
I lbbone. o
Iluchlings.
Fails.
Ltnon Collars,
Linen ('Offs,
Ilholorv.
l'arasols.
Lntdiie' and (lents' Underwear, I
Lace 'Plod, Embroidrhtt,r
Silk Ttm. hlatndkorhtlofe ,
I :ors.t.,
Muslin Htk Irt Plialtinte.
Inltltln Leorn. k
T'rlimmint , ti
HID GLOVE6r A RPERCIALTI.
.IUST IIE(EIIVED. OUlrl HPIING ASSO1I'
MENT. AND) OFFER TO-I)AY.
loo do.. Two-Button Freaeh t I I KID I LO(VF, V
(I1,OVES. in datrk. ntldiui lto mnalth Ilily tl
Ojteraet, bItack altdt whlt.t , tl lsatlot drof t
only 10 contse. Thlsct aroil IttoOtt or ritb
rtat, blaratlin. niti wtoult brnll, iIn all P
bet cehap at 750 cnlnt. 1I.zv antl till
lo) dozen 'Iwo-B1u,lou FVwroh! prICes. Fu Ili
(lOVEH. lnbltlrttl ibakih n t o c k o
halitit s t s aiibovc. t11, onlly RI (Gt-ntf ' 1hitl.
('onta a ptlar.llehoclp at SI 2r. W~c call uPdrllt
From tot.e atittcc up It, thei to a lot of
flneost 1KllH. madi t :i, 41, tIG (IENTS' O1'PE
g.7 sind 8H1ttilonI, all h1ad liltltt irA K(IDM, all
and tunlltl'es, idt l;t 11. antdlI c cO i a nd
to:horwleo. t talldte, lit r'0
Sol00 agnts for larris' tin I ind 75 t'nt,.
qutirltitl SEAIM lE.S K1t th) Ito t'grTittst
(tlA)'VES. theo boat lovo li btrgaln oill..
the mntrkct. ilc.ar in mindt
Weo wrrnill'lll oviry tnlIr to ion a that Ino
llerflort, Il., atnd will rrtlurlin IIAIIllIS
ihlt niottO for Iany KI ll/ SbAMlLI,;1I
I LOVES bolltlhllt It tlllr I i ti llillllno
etabtlithmalltunt tIht do 1nol 1lnlttas ltinmp.
give ptllrfel qatlifnltion oInl wtvirht
No Ilarris etienllrec tzuillinr' IOUIILON'S
ltlless ltnlatptdl with IhIt n mtltt.
'Paric man atutlrral lnitm l Indi (n Ioulght
l1011l LIN, I from utc.
A froth assortmient just in.
MOURNING GOODS.
All our Mourning Goods are guaranteed to bo
a regular raven's black. We refund the monfy
for any article that dues not give perfect satis
faction.
-Examine our
Black Delninos.
Black Tamises. O
Black Etamineos
Blla'k Boiubazines.
Black Hlenrietta Cloths.
Black Nun's Cloth. o
Black Cashmeres.
Black Merin,s.
Black Alpaa's. Black Drap d'Ete.
Black English and French Crepes.
Love and Crene Veils.
a Croep Collars.
Black Silk and
Lisle Thread Glnves.o
Black Ruchings, etg
0--ALL AT
OUR WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR PRICES.
A full line of staple and plantation DRY
GOODS constantly on hand. comprising pretty
spring Calicoes. white and unbleached Sheet
ing Cottons. bleached a'd unbleached Cottons.
Osnaburgs. St- ipes. Plaids. Hickories. Denims.
etc.; all at unrivaled prices.
-AT
DANZIGER'S,
mh6 lm 157 CANAL STREET.
CUSTOM
TAILORING DEPARTMENT
0
OUR PRICE.f FOR
I TT I 'I' J
made to order have been again reduced, till we
have overcome all OOMPETITION. No Cue
tomer vislting us can fall to leav an order
after learning our prlanR.
There I no style of Goodt that can be
Asked for that we Cannot Show.
Every Cuatomer'e wiehes are fully ,oneulted,
and no dissatlefaction can possibly renult. from
giving ne a trial. Our
(I.A, - I ) [IIIN(A
has an Individuality of tlyle which randors it
inmpos.Ibln for emnll Imitators to 1opy RelNnean
fully; thlu
OUR PIATRON o
alwave nppear with that Indocrihbabin air penu
liar to thosn who patronize etriot ly
FIRINT ('LA., S TAILORIN.
E-enulnine coltch CaRnnlinIere nIrIT $2It,.
PANTS SO;
A LI, OTIIER (400)1 EQ(JUALLY Ave LOW.
II. I. SITEV ENS,
109 ('anal Street, corner Exchlange PIlace.
mhnll it J2dp
SI'ECIAL INI)UCEMENT.
Edward lillenlthal, .Jeweler, 95
Canal street, will sell at cost dur
ilg the cunrrent month Iis entire
stock of l)iamonds, American and
Imnported Watches, filno Jewelry,.
Silver Ware, Silver Plated Ware,
Clocks, and any article in Ihis line,
being recelnt selections for the re
tail trade in lhiscity. Every article
will be gIuranteed to be as repre
sented. lls old customers and the
public generally are inlvited to call.
fn17 ml2n o
'PECIAL TO SI'ORTIMEN.
I will load U. M. O. SHELLS at the following
vrloem; o
loo No.12. ,1............. ....... ......1. 40
loo No. 12, A.. I .......................... 2 ro
100 No. 12, nI), a . V . .. ............. 00
100 No. 10. 4, - -..........................' 00
0 ,0 No. 10, 4 ,. 1 .... .. .. ............ 8 00
Each Shloll g.arantl .od. Ornnrnaco'owder H
and New York Hhot, uiod. Pink edge or felt
wade In each Shell.
WALLAoE WOOD.
Agent. Lafln & Rand 'Powdor Comrany.
ja5 tf 2dp No. 6 Tohou pi.tulan etront.
MONEY TO LOAN
--N-
DIAMONDS. JEWELRY, WATCHES. SILVERI
WARE. PIANOS. LOOKIN(-OII,AHHEH
AND FURNITUILEI OF AL, 4
o DEHCILIPTIONH,
And all othlr vtoronntl roperty. (lone. Pintole.
oe. Aleo on ;to'ks. Ilonds anld other colliat
iral,. in largo and small srume, at. as low rnto
or intoroet as any 'harltnrnr. Institlon in this
(llty. PLEDGES IKEPT ONE YEA1.
llart's Loanm Olice,
43 ....... narona e Street ...... 43
(Opposlte tllo N. (,. On U.o.)
MAUIIICE J. IIAItT, Agent.
N. B.-P'artil not bning able to tnall in person
will roo.ivo prompt attention by communica
ting with thoe above.
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY C(ONFIDENTIAL.
Then hluinnpe at No. 44 St. Charle, stront,
known aH "llirt'* Ilrokor'e Oflloo," will h. (on
tinnd Iw herotofore. ja2i0 1 y2dp_
CARPET WAREHIOUSE,
17..............ChartreN Street..............17
We are roclving largo additlons to our stock.
Wo now soil at and under prlces charged before
tho war
AXMINSTER, WILTON, VELVET.
BO)DY BRUSSELS. TAPESTRY. THREE
PLYS,
INGFRAI'r, VENETTANS, HEMP,
FLOOR OII-(IO)THtS.
WINDOW nHADES
T,' BLE AND PIANO COVERS.
OUItTAIN MATElItALH.
LACE AND NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS.
TRIMMINGS. ETO.
fe6 lm 2dv A. BROUSSEAU & SON.
ENGINEERS TAKE NOTICE.
THE GREATEST
I)ISCOVERY OF TIIE AGE.
BELT ADD OIL eOPPOUND
TO PREVENT BELTS FROM SLIPPING.
No Friction. No Tearing.
25 Per Cent Gained in Power.
50 Per Cent Saved In Wear.
No establishment where Bolting is used
(.an Afford to be Without It,
IS NOW BEING USED B :
E. J. GAY & CO.. 0. H. ALLEN.
J. FOERSTE , MARGARET'S Bakery
J. J. WICKERLING. HENRY & DUNN.
A. MARTIN. HENRY OTIS.
P. J. FLANAGHAN, L'HOTE & CO
LA. RICE MILLS. STAR GINNEItY,
A. A. MAGINNIS'S SONS.
Liberal discount to the trade. For sale by
I. L. LYONS,
CORNER OF CAMP AND GRAVIES,
Wholesale Druggist and Importer.
n(18 1V
BOVINE VACCINE VIRUS,
Received daily by
L L LYONS.
Corner Camy and Gravier streets,
no18 IT
A.GE1NCY OF
fI TIf M AND EGIWITCHE S.
0
0
I. C. NEVI, Jeweler,
10 ........ ........C....... anal Street............................10·
Offers the above Watches at the latest reduced prloe list of November 1st.
The Watches are all Patent Levers. and Guaranteed for Three Years.
Solid Sliver Watch, Waltham or Elgin movement........th a.
Bolid Sllver WatIh, with open facn and flat slas. ......... 19 0
L Snolld Sliver Htem Winder and Better............ ........... N
Solid Gold Watch, 2 on, 14 karat case ....................... $1 0
Solid Gold Watch. 2 on, is karat arne............ ..... s o
Bolid Gold Stem-win er, ~. o. t1 karat case ............ W 05
Solid Gold Stem Winder, 2% oz. is karat case........... S- 9
LADIES' WATCHESB.
n l 4oild Gold Watch, 14 karat caseo ..................... ..I....N
S 4olid Gold Watch. 1s karat ease ........................... 45
S Solid Gold Stern winder, 14 karat oae .................. M5 0
S Solid Gold Stem-winder, 18 karat case............. 0 a
In In addition to the above I have a large assortment of Swise,
French and German Watches, triees ranging from $50 toN ,.
For mechanies or laborers the $12 watch or bi stem-wiw
will give all satisfaction necessary.
I will send watches, diamonds and Jewelry by expres.
C. 0. . D.. allowing the purohaser to open package and exam.
ine same.
I have a eomplete assortment of Diamonds, Opera. Guard, Vest and Neck Chains at oroSe to
correspond with the above. I have ocnstantly on hand a large stock of Silverware of all desorM o
tions. Clocks. Bronoes and Statuary.
I Make a Specialty of Rlpalring Fine Watches and Setting Diamonds.
For further particulars, address for illustrated catalogue,
no24 1. 0. LEVI. lei Canal trs..
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of the Most Renowned Makes, at Greatly Reduced
Pric-,es, and on Easy Termns, at
GRUNEWALD HALL.
A Magnifloent Selection of the COlobrnted l'ianos of
STEINWAY, KNABE, PLEYEL, HAINES AND FISCHER
Always on hand. Above Planos are respectfully reoomended for their unsurpassed numes.
ons Musical QualitDurabiities, Durability in this climate, whloh has made them juastly so popular with
our people and whioh are Unapproached by any other in this country.
Just received a Fine Helection of the
CIAD I lItA I'EI) OREG ANS
-OF
CLOUGH & WARREN. PRINCE. BURDETT.
The i.st In the Market, at, reasonable pricoe. Got my FAtimates before you purchaeo elsewbhet.
Old rianos taken in Exchange for New Ones. or repaired at ;hort notice at moderate flsas..
SIEET MUSIC, BILASS INSTRUMENTS
In Endless Variety and at Lower Flgures than at any other House in the Country.. Toear
patronago is respectfully solicited.
o LOUIS GRUNEWALD,
jyl 14 t4 s1 Haronne street, New Orleans.
; INTELLIGENCE BUREAU.
PLANTERS, ATTENTION !
GRIFFIN'S EMPLOYERS' AND SERVANTS'
INTELLIGENCE BUREAU
°AN TD CI AIM AAGIn-NCY.
114 CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
The undersigned, having had many years experience in one of the largest Northern Cittes Is
Ihe selectlon of servants for employers and in otainlng slltuations for the unemployed, and
living in tihe advantage to the public of a permanent, bureau, where those needing help can Oas
at. any time and procure such as may be rinqulred and those out of employment can obtain oo
situatlonsdnform the publlic that they have establishod a bureau as above, whore, at the shortes
notice.
Private Families, Boarding Houses, Hotels, Restaurants, Steamboats, Stores, Plants
tions, Eta., Etc.,
can be supplied with first-class cooks, waiters, nurses, stewards. (male and female), matrons.
housekeepers. seamtresses, traveling servants, ladies' maids, valets. servants of all work, men
or women to work by the day or month. Also, book-kepoers, clerks, salesmen, overseers for
plantations, bar-tenders, coachmen, waiters, grooms. hostlers, oflice cleaners. Boys for any eo
cupaltion, and lIkewise laborers for plantations, white anrl colored.
English. Fronch, Amnnrisan. German and Spanish employers wishing first-classhelp, and thole
desiring good situations In the city or country, will l1nd It to their advantage
To 0all at Once, or Oommunicate and Have Their Names Registered.
Speclal attention given to privato families, and ladies will finud it to their advantage to sall In
porson, antl make known their requirements.
Neatly Furnished Sitting Rooms for Those Desiring Situations.,
Planters wishing iirst-ass inhaborers from the North or any of the Southern States (white or
oloredl), can have their orIders filled on short noticeo, by calling in person or addressing thist
bureau. as we have agents in each of the Southern States as well as in Northern cities expreslly
for the purpose of enigaginug hanlds.
Agents wanted in the country parishes and In the Ptates of Alabama. Georgia. Mississippi and
Texas, to whom a liberal componsation will be pald, for the purpose of engaging and forwarding
labor. For particulars, enclose postage stamp.
UNITED STATES CLAIM AGENCY.
Claims of all kinds ngainst the States or the United States for bounty, pensions. prie.e money.
etc.. etc., collected promptly.
Land warrants of the IRevolutlonary. Black Hawk, Florida. Mexlcan Wars, and War of 1O!
bought and sold.
Compensattion obtained for all losses of sto(k, produce, or otherwise, sustained by acts of the
Federal Army during the war.
feb 2(dt ly . H. K IJRIFPIN &r .
EXCELSIOR..
SCHOOL FURNITURE MANIFACTIIRINiG CO.
Cincinnati, Onhio.
Manufacturers of the fnest and best
Furniture for Schools, Churches, Offices and Halls.
DEALERS IN MAPS,. CIIHARTS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES IN EBNERAL
The only manufacturers of the COMMON BSENSE BENT WOOD DESK, with guarantee far
five years.
JAMES E. PERNET, 58 Camp Street,
jal am GENERAL SOUTHERN AGENT.
LACES.
Real Point d'Alancon.
SDuchesse.
SBruges.
IRagns. o
Applique.
SBruxelles,
Machine and others.
As our assortment of the above goods 1s now
FULL and COMPLETE, the ins~ection of pur
chasers is solicited.
D. H. HOLMES,
155 Canal street and 15 Bourbon.
OCN28 I y
MALAKOFF BITTEIRS,
The best stomachic and tonic sovereign remedy
for Dysvposia. Excellent for an anti-malarial
morning beverage.
Low Price-Pure and Reliable.
For sale in all quantltlP WLZ
Sole Manufacturer,
ja19 ly 2dp No. 26 Conti street. Now Orleans
W. W. FARMER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MONROE. LOUISIANA.
Practices in the parishes of Ouachita. More
house and lichland. Claims taken for collec
tion in all other parishes. with privilege of mar.
ging same in connection with attorneys resin
gtshere, itoO eThui
Ii. & N. SA UtORY,
unctioneers and Commission MerchaSta
Nos. 45 and 47 Decatur Street,
New Orleans.
REGULAR CATALOGUE AUOTION BALl
-or-
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS
Of each week.
Liberal cash advannoe on conslgnmente.
jail 3mrdv
W. II. BAILNETT,
Exchange Broker,
a8........... t. Charles street............3
Opposite St. Charles Hotel.
RAILWAY TICKETS Bought. Sold and Ix.
changed.
Storks. Bonds, Notes, bought and sold. Moner
loaned on Coliat 'rals. Money advanced on
State and City Indebtedness. ocl ly sp
New Orleans Savings Institution
No. 15 Canal Street.
TRUnIEs:
A..MOULTON. e . A. PALFRET,
OARL KOHN. T. L. BAYNE,
DAVID UTQUHART, GEORGE JONAS,
JOHN G. GAINES, THOS.A. ADAMBS
THOS. A. CLARKE, OHRIST'N BOCHNi
CHAB. J. LEEDS, . SAMUEL JAMIUSG
Interest Aflowed on Deposits.
u. I1BQUHART, presideml
Oaaa. EnKuaw, Treasurer Wl4 .SP2
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