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LOUISIANA VS. MAINE.
Some Interesting Reminihcences of the ire tt Fraud. Jim Anderson, Kellogg's Henchman, 'ells fHow East Felcilana Was Managed-The After Fate of the Conspirators. IEurlrekn (No'.) tidly HtntinlI I The l.tnte'rriirc In a rc''ot ,dlltorlal, in ·etflmmntltnl on the !o"ro'loings o.f the M alIoe J)emoorats, alld cotplltrl.g It with the elec oh in L outelatII in I1`;+, ays: A malolity of the VitltP rsI In Lorniltl.ir in the [ 4 wrime of IH7 el itillans. Th, ,totinr..s showed that Itn n,tol Ilrth'.I s wlahId It , 111r"o. aus teaRt had giv.nt llavy Itiollhllit : Illltr it es there Was in Io seatr'ly it litrpublllcn In 1972 Kellogg, the ltopulilchan candidate for lgovernor, carritl the piarlehltll f ';at Fe liciana by over 1100 majniority, and in 1874 1h Republican ticket was l,'ecbta by over s0o, buit in 1i76 not a litepuhlicant vote was cast hi tho entlre parish. It was the only pprl.ll whore such a thing occurrtcl, aRInd th radling orf th e ,hlerprisre' editorial recalls tht ll'rnlllllltan as eonneetl;ed with that, oteltorahle nfair.ll. On the F'riday evenig pretloding the hlct lion of 1870 the writer, wlit was ttoll super visor of registration of the parish, wats llnt forby the Replhli4ttn leaders, who wern hold Ila a consultation iI the oilro oi f the tai-lxl-i ioitor. There witlre pli.sent (!IoI. Franlk Powers, James Dle (rey, Winans ('rlaptlll. 1'. C. Hit-. 1er and oUne or two otihers. Powers Ihad IntIn a ktionel of an Arkanllas cavalry rI'pllent in the Confederate armty, htld h.nl (Colonel of the bulldormer' t.giment., was rel'ttlitd with having killed a duion man, anlld at the tintte mentioned held the Iptilllion of tax collictor of the parish under hKi.ogg. .n,ame Det ry wIa deputy tax collice'tol', and undoubltitttilly the best of the crowd. Winansts (!mltphll was a notorious lighter, and hail winged hls man Oan severoal ccai'tuos. P. (. jiutletir had hbeen a oaptain of cavalry in the ( ollnlfedlerlte arll )y. had been lieutenant eolnl of1' tih ILast Foll Jlanl bulldozers, and Ito.teod that eotwoen the age of cllgtht'n and tdhlrty-sevten IIo had shot and stabbel l twent y-.cvcn nenll. When w.shing to lix a partleular occuttrrence he would pleasantly refer to it a lhaving taken. Ilaoetwo weeks t)Pfore he shot emnlth, or tonr daye after he had stabbed ,tones. bHachb wIere the Republican lodters of I:.st FI'Ihlanan. ulld they gathereda on tihe otcasion referreI l to for the Durpose of maplllping ouit Lhir tourse' on following T'I'nnd y. o man In the parish could vote unlesst he held a oertitlciate from the lltporvisolr, andl voteigP oulod Ih detprlvedl of the rIght of fralt chlee on the most trivial pretext. Tlto super Visor also desilnated the polling pllaces, ap M3lated the cotmmisslonlrsofelection, contlnel i he returns from thie various prclllnets andll forwarded his returns to the liturning litronl. Who acted as a court of appeltd. I'htro wire eight polling places in East Folllntnta, and it washI the power oft he Ithe Returnllng Ilard, upon the su1pervisor proteswting, to t i row outl any number of I)ttm rattic poIlls, cotunt tlhe uapubllcans and thus save any parish or Tojty they saw lit. Tothoroug hly understand the pecutliar state of affairs at that tui it. Is nes IlLary to go backto the election of 1874. Ini the fall of that year the Repulblicans elected a set of county oAletals whose th ievlinlpropenmslt ie were never eqtuaIed, even in loultlsiiana. The sheriff was an Ignorant, bIrutal lnegl'lo, inlel pable of writing his own lnamtt', anld the hal ance of the ticket wes scarcely better. They had hardly been Installed ill otllt' Ibmfore thley entered upon a caretr of intleral.nera alndl op ression that would not have lbe. lhorn a y outilde of Louisiana. The peopli real that their reputatlion as Iaw-hhlling cit L wa at stake andi t.olerated ti h thieves, t they also proved to be thieves of the most tnbluasbing character, until forbeartance gessed to be a virtue, and they were drivel roll the parish. The colorel. people were -*t1ioes to educate tlheir childrlen, bitt the sIhool fund had dlsappeared with tlih otllhtls It question. The better class of coltorevt 1llel decided that there was but, one way to Iettar ~&tters, and that was to rid theltl at of KIl logg's crowd, and the only way to dlo that was at the polls, and so In 1876 many of them determined to vote the Denmoteatic tickot. The writer Iirmly believes that hald it txlen possilble to have steplratexl the State frti i the national Ucket Ilayes would have carrhect tlte -tate by a large majority. This was inm.ls sble, however, and through the manliplla lons of Kellogg's gang Packard appantlltiy secured a larger tvote thani tith national tU.ket. I.;e le.uty quto.mu wate.oi w,, .1ai9iI iU Lt .1 purpose of devisng some means of saving the parish for the Republicans. It was co.cncmcr that the Democrats would carry it by a ma- s jority ranging from lid) to 1.110. Powers, f whose office was worth $10.000t per annum, di was anxious to secure the two monmbirs of the t Llalatture, in order to help Keillog's elef- t ti.h to the Senate, and to secure himself r should Packard oarry the 8tate. This, ac- t Pto his programme, could easily be It he Republicans would rally and carry ti one poll and the remainder weree to ae t brown Y out by the Returning Board upon the protest f of the writer. V Appreciating Powers's motives, and not t enring to be a party to such a transaction, we dealined to accede to this modest requlest, and a general discussion as to our course, C and what should be done, followed, and at t Powere's request we submitted our views, h which were aoout as follows: Every election since the passage of the re- f eosatructlon acts had been contested. Charges ot'bribery, oorruption and intimiation had o often been made that they fell list on the Northern mind. As supervisor we would hold the election and make our returns accord ingly. But what would be the effect in the d North it, in a parish that had gone largely Republican heretofore, not a single Repub- a Ilan vote was cast on election day ? We left e those assembled to draw their own inferences and departed. That night couriers were sent over the parish, and the Republicaus iu atructed to remain at home. No ticket was plaoed in the field, and on the day of election not a Republican ballot was cast in the par ih. Even Powers and his associates. who feared neither God, man or devil, refrained from voting. And on this trick the whole presidential election turned. It was in vain the Demo crate asserted that it was a scheme to in Ilcence public opuionu. Northern Republi Cane would not, or did not care to betklte it, and the action of the R.turniug B.ard in throwing out the 23J3 Democratic majority was fully justified. But the board decided that a protest must be had, in order to apparently comply with the law. The story of the forged protests of I East and West Feilciana, oy wnich Sit Dem- i oeratic majority was turned into 50) Repub- t lian, is a matter of hitory. Of the men interested in that affair, Don i Weber, the supervisor of West Feliciana, is' rotthog in the swampsof Louisiana. his body i riddled with bullets and buckshot, a victm of John Sherman's ingratitude; Powers, ater _Nicholls's governmeut obtained possession of the State, sought the more c',ngc.uial clime of Texas; Butler was s~oct down in the streets of Jackson, but, we telieve, escaped with his : life; Jim De Grey was rewarc i. by the ad ministration for keeping his mouth shut, and is now deputy coUllect.r of interaal revenue. and a few weeks ince ac.:use.l hi4 old chum, Campbell, of relieving him of s!ic., whti tthe writer inhales the tuunes of Eareka dahy, thoroughly o.onvinced tcat "there are more thInge in heaven and earth," etc. --tea-ý THE FRED. A. BLANSS. The new Ouachita packet Fred. A. Blanks, ast completed at Cincinnati ;or the New ur ens and Ouachita river tra le, is the iarg et steamer ever constructed fr the Ouachita, and one of the most epacl.,us, strongest and best cotton steatuers ever buit at Cwucinaati or elsewhere. Sne is owned by Capt. Jack W. Blanks, and named after his brother, Cant. Fred. A. Blanks, president of the New Or leans and Ouachita tivr Packet Company. The hull was built at Madison, Indiana, by Capt. Dan. H. Morton, tari being the 12th I teaomer be baa eatrtiateA ahaillotea son and elsewhere. it b 1hull .. w . t ou deokl, 41 feet beam, 8 feet Jur, f9 t depth of hold in the oltar, antl 79 feet widle over all; 15%, feet between i deoks, and has oapealty for over 5500 bale's f ofutton. The ca.ln, by (leo. 8pauglor, of Madilon, Is plain and very neat, but elegantly furnishedl in ovry partlcular. It ti 210) feeat long and ' 15; rfo.t wider, toenltaining Ia 12 Ataterotu.mi 9 by 12 feI't, heing uuumIally lurige and flirniehd'l with lace, ecrcains, Brun- I oim (carpitrt. fItlne largo Iieetetads, p)rllltl heir mIattro'.,se.s, marltoef-top hlrlimteCR, wash- I icanlldt alnd warldrobes 111 1cc'tl, whlioh will be'ar the oelownni, Itlmp"'i,Ilcl tll ad n I1Reit Ilbe M'ii to bee fully apptrel'latA.. 'The esin ics Itlu iitnatei witlh mix Ibrn,,t-lbreiw si b-iiler it1 Chii'mlo ehaniellIieri with t e.ytli petlediae ts, niaeih by Meiti.ti ,y (, C. TI'ihe pileIse i I he , f irward attd alftoer iicac ii 'are emllitelhedI r with Aconw onl bllicek i'iv'er, a trilhItary if thei Iliachlti, whioere apt. Freal. A. Illai.ke, after Willmll thee p(teeIIt'I lit lilenlt' I. llay Ih) Roi' ll Sinlllll gi ill hI favorlite Isprtol of heting allilgaitoei , whhic'h llhount in that s.treoa. Th'ie iceiiiiapil are tiy Il r.I crydlon Itreintliinger, t a ioll-hI-law of (apt. I)eai II. Mortoni. l'hc eticener's iinery ait wi ciomilce' outfit are ienarell now and of tIlie mlst meieI alli I i A alipiprveail styles. Th'lli Inlcc'tlelcry c'itllit' Ic by I'. . T. l)llllnt, E1r|,., whoi .ompletti tid e worilk anil was l'r'ady lur tatten in twel 'lty- 4 elighi dayt alfter hio rilveort thee hulll at Iis Ii wharfh,whlch 1 i ine of the li qe'ke.t john c.i rcle'd. Him halt ii hteel lceillerse, eon'lltaliinll g 2 1 llitnch fllois elitl, 42 I .lch Il ll di ruclte r aI, ll :li) fIt ecingl. Ticl eylld r Are 2l1i tlrchl'i iii :i iaiimetere, with tl foot tltroke, weil king a pair oi oval't water whals 12'.4 fee.tIn diamlter, , and 14;' fieet lniigth of buclote, 20 lioile. Wide, with 21 arlntm aned 31 ilaieing. liThei ugro holler , e IF :12 li:ucheltno hln eianltlir ltlti 12 Ice 2foo, lolKg, oii- dJ latil.nti 2 10-111c(1 Ilurt, and In localted 111 the' top "ltll atbvo tlhe lllueal batter'y of hollre. 'The dotctec Ilk' thc, eylinder.. is frolnt a inow patterl'n. 'The111 ciihillyeI aI ' 5 IIllnith int Illl meI- t terl, and th. lfancty toe.p will IR anti .R foilt abovei thte hurriten deck attnd 9I f.at ieomu 1 thle' water. Shile Is allowIl 175 pounds it of et..am. 'IThe' ItxaieR IcoiItaini 1t rot; ce.Li foe llr act'lmUlioiationt of the o(llivvcrl' anI1di prew, atd tli furni lltrlled t ae ine Na Let e iei tile' iihe main iabtin, with apti.itg malt- l trielase, ite'. Alu a.sy tlanid gralltlenl pair ofl Rctare leead Ilfrom the lowe'r to tliho b.ttllr (lelok, A andl are an ornaltmeint to thel t bat. "Tlhiy were, imade by J ,ihli A. Paetlte foer (capt. liei H. el lertcne, NeotwlthRatendinllg hert grealt icaletclty, t thelo .eti. A. Itlaikt, In ea'eleiplelto runitnllle triml onlly tlrewit 4 tfeet aft and :32 Inle'ilet for ward. Thll painitting andi gkling of this i etcamoteer It lby tlhec Weitel'rn alllaintI (len eiy, I ali thc lottetrlig onlil the pilot:-houie and l wheel-lhous lIa by I ILou Leo'lo. The a hlair mulel iprllug lnattle eoLI'A , Ii'e curi- II tails and uphoillil.tiry cenpilleei , by A. ,. II. Httaues, andt the u~uiietulis arl.pting eby Aline i L)Dopke; ctiver ci'.na,. giaiw alte tI liI 'tl'y warn by i '11' 4 \A ii iilttgtoln etliovte ' I by Itlrchiglurd C ti Co. of Loueel i tliulltl ; i toa I ii IeltleI ty uillint,'llt; wcrl'let e a Id tarpaulliee I by tnio're, ,111t Co.l, iou iville. thl t nursery, like tihe pafntry, barbor allle weashing tlc ol, hieetc, ale tcllln ituallIy hlre'lle l ell I, lltly ler nihed. The beautiful mtalind t glts fore and aftH the cio. i il byt tey I ioulter lA Siot, iInd bIlocke, i rilgllg, c tl.ll, by iicrr'lrt. Tlle Frod. A. s Illaks 'coat $7llT,tlt1, tlll n the w Ient y-leighth f altlor In whhte Capt. Ilalnkit. ilt iughli a t yoing mall, hasitt 1u.1I'I ittere'otied ienie icenl Uat lded slie te tIle war the incLjor. ity Lof which at hitvet litn engtged fit te' I tachlita trleain. Anlong llthe t1tue1 t ltr wreo t h!. Iaho, Tihltqlieth, ItLittliwantl,. hit, t.llcidc s, Tirenton i, V. ,. I' l.tvent. Little Itob l, .Ilitn Ii. liannla. Joh l W1lll5, )lloahtl lhdll. Cornetll I and othler' too itnmtl'erous tao oitiueiratei. ('lapt. itlanks lt alta a tliratlthal plleot tii tIe' N eow Orhctitls aiti Oull lita trade. The li tlaks will Imi otl'reiee asc follows:e (tirke, ,lot. S. Iitliiees, .latr es V. Jolrdoin anlild late Mrelll ih. Hleinry l'egli. will make the riit als lrletighlt tclerk Lto Noew Srleauns. (Cut..lhs. S. hicoltiie has btieen on the rlveer, in tll Sheo otherli trade', llte 10'54, iti I s a tbriother olf the Into Cap.lt. i reuninl ('. IHolmes, icand (aptI t.. ti rt. Hlollites, roe in allio olf tho flaiIou .I . Ni. White. (cIapti. J.1.. tlcits I lia tee ein 'clerk with (,lept. iBlianki dulrilng the illa.t eight yearts, and, t loI (plt, lilainks., isc :extentl.lvy knoewn anid tunivereally rIeelctei t in thetrade'. 11i will sit icthat all rerlhve polite atteoltin alt the otllho of this nonpariall tle'aiol'. (Chtllf engill e'l0r', Whilson .i1 eL ; pilots, Lov. II. Patl.teol'r n iand Hnry .lchits; miliati, Hailti IBryantil; et!wardl, Fntl hetr Pltrick vlyaun, allae lien Butler, anl old (cin1atciiln; teowarl\sc. Stl i. Della $lta envenot i ; tarpenttr, t Henry .1. ttudlley. Mr. )Danll ltiealno, of Niw rleatns, oln ht9u way there ori nhi tuhelieg Star, has lmle at the lbar privllliotee hfor th o soeteone. c i1o ran the btar on theo l'hoit.plien lt[lan lld ii iihor 'tinar.ii' for aevOl'al -'eriars. Capt. Blanks linae a gro.t tlmprovenmeit agalnet iree on the F. A. latnks, in the ishape of I' ,-liitH p.ipe, rtitelitllg all arounld her docks, with hioe ll tachewi', lsol wcater tan be throwl In t casie ofl lire anywherec iroeundl Ihe cabini, as its t, ia attftlehi to the donkey ginttie, whic'h t i a tUoot thing for all ottoei boats, Theo F red A. , il hankS will etmiiemmit on lr aein d cc l eind h lv for r Neiw Othluans tdinreel, itving throluglh bills ofi ladthing, without reshipping, to Mtonroe andt i'renton, on the Otlachlita, and to all points atlove to ('atden, with the privilege of rc shilpping. She helte e on WtedniotCiTay, twInity fourth 'instanit, as an independent packel, and tdon't you forget i t. Other. She lO the stamerl to take if you arct going Souith, as ivcrythtug is new. with clean bedditng, tshetet'ts, et., ant il no old teachinery on board. and eve'rything a neo fron stem to sttrn. And, in Lthi lan guage' of Capt. l.an It. Mortou, "If you don't ,i believeo it, go down on botird and inispect for r yourself." The Blanks ice now readvly to mukle Irgvicht ccngagem.eire nttcie. Call down at the fIctct ef Ltcdiow slreaet, on board, and consult Cat taine Blanks and Holmce. The aboeve ie fIrnu a late CIncinnati (cUtier cial. As this majicstic ste'nter will arrIve this morning at 9 o'clock, our readers will v have an optertunlty of seeing and judging for themselves. LOUISIANA. Wm. Brown, an old cltizen of Shreveport, died on Sunday last. Bayou Lafourche is still on the rise, the steamboats are reaping in a rich harvest, and everybody is happy. Wednesday night some of the light-fingered gentry entered the sleeping apartment of Mr. J ames Heffner and carried off his pants, which were found in the yard yesterday morning. As money was his otject the thief went unre warded, as Mr. H. did not have even the pho t.ograpih of a cent about his old clothes. [Shreveport Standard. Last week Thursday (Christmas), at a social gathering on the West fork of the Calcasieu river, about nine miles north of Lake Charles, John F. Stanley stabbed and mortally wound ed Duncan Cameron, the latter dying some three dad s later. We are informed that the homicide was committed in self-defense. [Lake Charles Echo. We regret to learn of the accidental killing of the daughter of Mr. R. T. Cole, residing near Mooringsport, which sad accident oc curred last Thursday evening. Our informa tion is that the little girl, whose age was about 12, in company with several other chil dren, was in the woods chopping down trees, one of which fell upon her with such force that it caused her death in a few hours. 'Shreveport Times. Mr. R. Cook, gunsmith on Market street, while doing some work or repairs on a pistol in his shop accidentally caused the pistol to discharge in his hands, and the ball passed through the lower flashy portinu of his hand, causing a severe and ugly wound. Mr. C.ook says he did not know the pistol was loaded, and thinks it was loaded by some one since he had received it in his shop. Familiarity will induce apparent carelessness, and even persons who are aciustomed to handling fire arms will occasionally receive a warning. We hope his injury may not prove serious. On Friday evening, the twenty-sixth ulti mo. a deed that shocaed this community oc curred in B!g Bend. On that day Mr. E.lward Gezeres, a young gentleman much beloved by our whO le people, and the sonof our venerable friend Lawrence Generes, was shot and killed by James 5atterteld. The particulars of the occurrence we have learned, but as the case is now undergoing a judicial investigation we feel that we should publish nothing in the matter until the evidence itself can be fur nished. The death of young Generes is greatly and deeply regretted loved, as he was by all claaseof ourpople.-jMarksville Bul letiL THill OUTH. There are 1849 miles of railroad now in use In Iouth Carolina. The Knoxvilli, Tenn., marble company are doing a thriving busines. The poilon force of Houston, Texas, have rtoeived no pay elsce August. This year Arkansas ranks next to Texas as a cotton 8tato, produoling (M),O0O bales. Th. letter(earrier system was Inanguratel l in Little Itsck, Ark., on the first of January. The oldest man in 'T'exa is itRobert Kihld. of Han Phillpe do Austin. lie is L(o' years old. A Padn1Ich, Ky., dogU killhd thirty rats in elevenl minutes, another thirty in four mrun utls. Mllllnphs proposes to havi' a i'frantl mns qulralldo Itall on lardli (Iras, Ihe tlith of Fotb rutLary nI't. A Pad'nueah, Ky., woman startlw by some l'or rl'lrlnl 5wal lohwed thirty-two plls she had in her Inllmoth. IBerllld, KIonnlllty A FIergfisonli. of lnxing toln, iKi , Ietitol ly shtlllp.dl 10 head of cattli avetrlglll overI' 2(00 o ulll) ids. To paiy' a dolit the v'sl iry of Christ (lhurch, Alhxauidria, Va., are I, lllaVloring to sll tull tl liti lne ed by Itlen. Wa.h.lligton. VI rlinia has h75 colorell sl'5ols taught by 41 1 el ore ten r,lllll th mallt. teacher's salary averlagig $.l a tmont Ih, Cho1 flmallln.'s $24. The Month Carolina lngislature, recently adtjoil'olil, sat. tilrt l d11ay andl I' stl, the ..lat.n Iess IhIan $40,0001. 'W hu) lllndred bills worn passed. A man was tried last wook at (1iarksvillh. Texas, for a rdllll'r colmnnlitted In 1957. 1'le only living witness Ilellg Insane, he was ao qulilttd. OrangesR tu the amount of o10,000 will he shippedl fr-oimi the M. (). Markham, Mrs. Bl,.k's and MIrs. TaIli.r's1 places in Florida thisl scanon. i'h. gratI l atIIIi r of lth Masonic fraternity in 'rIxa4 holds4) h that. Ilh loss of an eye or it lilner-joint dlsIIliltallls a cadiidate for Initla tioll unto the ordelr. Iihrke's "P.'rage" vr'liºllS the statement that the p-sent liaron ll lirfax, of (3ilmronlli in the ple.rage olf MIltlailtd, Is a natlivle-horli Almllertrn cItill, who liia alwayse lresl.el in AmInerIle. A l'crdinglhl to this same allthllority tlills anotdt noblellan Is now reslding in thilOtiato of Nolrth Carolina, where he follows thie practin of melinlllo. dllpsslRlppi, for cnllsnl pllrpolRse will lie dilvlded at. folllws: I'lrst listrict .I) Hoto, Fate, I'anollll, Yialiu.iha, (rl'alada, (Carroll, Montgomnery, i)olctaw, (111 klbeha., lIwnshi s and tllall oltnltos to o th east alll(nd north oll f r th lan0 therellr . ,l'lomind I )nlstriht -Noxilehe, Wlllnttlln, Attall, Holllilme, Mallisonll, Itaukin, Mlllipn5411, liawren'Ic, Mlarlilon and all c(lllllnts) - to the south and east of thie line thereof. Third Distrhet, Contra, Qnitnul, Talla hiatchle, 1I Florl' Yaz oo, 1 inds1 , Coplsh, lneor, Pilke antld all counties to the west of tie line thereotf. 'litrll is now living In Morrlllton. Conway countiy, Arkansas, a woIllllan who haHs br.1o1n nllrrilld fourtlll. tlll b s. 81he is only sixty Ilve years old, and, matriolnllniily speakingf, .hio hIas b remIlarkabllly sucliesfll. iHtr foureltll i husband ll.lli Is now IIving, Ill, It i.s Ilot known how soon ll h may ldrop off, ainll, consllllrllng the epnllmlil that i has rgell llllng Isll,prdctl.l.ssors, hIs lpstin tlll i onl1- of i xlltrllo dantllger. Inl the halll of thle hIouse where tih lady lnow IIves there are tlhirt~en pe5gl driven uin the wall, on whitth hang thir teel hlits, lalle. Jlohnll, 'Tom, Abe, 11111, and so on. Tie New Work Wnulllam to tie Healed. INew York Corrosloojonin' of the Philadolphia Lodierl T'he nmst important political event, for the lmolIIlolnt, is ti.he '.rtlatl ty now that there is to bo no division I)among thel Now York )omoo I Ia y oiln the preshiontial jlsthlon ; in It her words. thatt ,John Kelly Intld tilhe 'rTamanllllytl liall faction hlave informally conmmlitted tI hllislv',s to the support of whoever may he nKlominaItI' i by tlhe natiolnal convenlltion. Assur'anes to that offToot have, withinl thell few d(JyS past, boon given to promllnent Dnllº oc'ratic leaders from other States, who have comn here expllesly with a view of bringing abilolt a pilleatt ,lul lotwveen T'auallllany said Ihe Thiden facttion. I ihve lroalsol to bo lieve that a double-lleaded aitllnoInconllnt to this e.tfft will appear int the course of a day or two ni MrI'. Klly's newspaper organll. The signilicailce of this "promI'l1iing conslilts in the f'at that holerotuftfoe Kelly and his followers have oellmlhati'nlly declartld tllat ulnder noi cllelvablel clreurlnstllancl w)ould they lsup) pirt tilt nolllllillatio of (ov. Tilden. It is dilulllt just now to ascertanlu what hIilu onces '' lave llen oxIrteld to bring about thils ilchange of nilld, biut the elffTt of It nustI ho to Itlllunllnsely strontthbn Ti'llhhn's position In the n-tlonal eollnvention. ''he strong point of tihlle ityard Imen and other l)lmuotratic aspil rInllts as gltlalnst Tlhlen has I1been that hll) 1oult not unite theil party In his own State, but with this prautical sup)pressionll or cap tlur of Tammany Hall that strong point ob viously is not worth anything to them. The Retirement of Legal Tenders. WVAsnINIToroN, Jan. ;.--Several of the West ern l)lemocrlatlL members of Congress who have visited their Isrnstltuents during the re cess have returned with the hIlief that tilhe country is not ready yet to retire the legal tendrs, anti tilhe opposition to Mr. Bayard's resolutions abolishling the legal tender quality of the greenback will, it is claimed, be more pronounced than It was before the recess of Conuzrees. On the other hand, a great many petitions have been received here, chit-ly from New York and Now England, and from some of the cities of the MNI ddle States, ask ing the passage of the lBayard resolutions, which, Uthe petitions, which are all alike. claim, "will encourage business enterprise, revive confidence in permanent investments, give more extended employment to labor, se cure to honsat toil its just reward, be a sheet anchor to business, and discourage a spirit of speculation which breeds fluctuation in prices and uncertainty In trade." Tilden and the "Empire." SpeIcial Dispatch to the Times.] NEw YORK, Jan. 5.-The Sun will say to morrow: "Mr. Tilden does not hesitate al ways. He has very positive convic tions about the danger of a third term and speaks like a patriot when he says: 'It is the duty of every sincere lover of Republican institutions to do his ut most to prevent the re-election of Gen. Grant. For my part I will do everything I can to se cure the electionf of the man who may be agreed upon by the opponents of the third term conspiracy as the best candidate to unite the conservative elements of all parties. If a third term can be conferred upon Grant a fourth and fifth will be. In short, Grant's installment in the White House in 1881 means empire.' " Entirely Recovered. NEW YORK CrrIT, June 16, 1879. H. H. Warren & Co.: Gentlemen-I hereby certify that my wife has been using Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure for Bright's disease, and she is now entirely recovered. When all physicians' remedies failed, she was induced to try your remedy, and received beneficial results from the first bottle. After taking four bottles she was entirely cured. Yours truly, ROBERT B. FITZGERALD. O pinion of Eminent Dr. R. 8. htenart. President Maryland eospital, Dalti mere. * * I have used Colden's Liebig's Litanuid Extract of Beef and Tonie Invigorator for more than a year, and recommend it as one of the most effl.,ient prepara'ions I have ever met with. It combines the virtues of food and tonic in a remarkable way, and I am satisfied has saved life when no other medicine could do so." Sold by leading druggists. de28 D&Wim MIrIT.ra INsTITUTE.-The Military Institute, at Pass Christian. will begin its second term of session of 1879 1880. February 16. Br reference to an advertisement in another column it will be seen that cadets may enter at any time, and catalogues may bh had by applying to E. H. Murfee. superintendent. Cmrr LIcaUas AND Bacx TAxTs.-MesSrBs John Klein & Co. advertise in another eoltutn that they are prepared to pay olty licenses for ieo sand back taxes at a liber discoutt. Pat. ties bhaviog suh taxes to per will ind it great Iy to their advantage to employ responsitble brokers like Messrs. Klein & Co., who enjoy facllltles for settling suoh obligations that many others do not pose' es. Sullivan & Bulger. 97 Camp street, have a new nasortment of ohandeliers and brackets for sale at reasonable prices. Call and txamine. lnnrev' (1ltb Ediru Tonic n'ur4 dynpnopesla. AUCTION BALES. By Montgomery & Co. VALUABLE HTOCK AT AUOTION. FOUIt P'AIRSt FINELY MATCIlED II()10 ESH, sty lh aol w, II suitndl fir family own; also, Ilorsin wenll hrdken anl Mnid drivers ant pnuldl-ne brring the titlani' o.f Phtiment of I). Mi. Taylo I, E., will hb ,oll on account. of hi. iiirlttlurr hr the lEast. .n 'AT'UHI)AY. JANUAILY tI. Al'T itI A. M.. AT Ni. i, Iqqrfitiuu itrtuuit where the p'Ohil iutay H . 1be nlIlucno. MONI(iOMNEItY A (10., j}4 luThFrH An.,mtnere. MONTGOM ERY& 00. S AUoTIONEERIB. Will sell Hores., Mules. Gow. Carriages am flarnnes at auction, at MONTGOMERY'S TATTERIALLBB. We. We Bmaronue street, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 11 o'clock Consignments of stock solletted. anl fem JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. AUIICTION mAli. . By the Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans HALE BY TIlE O1VIL0 RfEIERIFF OF THE PAISlH1 OPF Ol~RLANH. IN THE MATTPTltP OF THE NEW ORLfEAN MEUIIANI(1' HIO01ETY, Lat Hrnperior Disir'ct. olirt, for thn Parish ofr ()Orl.ans- N,. 20,8.;: nw trantir.rrrd to the 'tlhirl 1d It1.1' lot Iourt for the Parish of Or leans. NIo. 23 48tI. 1? Y VIRlTUE O)F A DEOtREE RENDERED t J Novetllhir 14. IH,. and gnlRIed Novolnbl)tr 1. Is 1, I lr, iro hid by the late o iponrlor i)lstrlf't U ,urt for the ip- lsh of Orleans to Thomas H. Hliatny. litt olvil shrillt, aRut by him to tno 4 tL a ,f-rreld in tlh/ atb ve utitltltld Ini ltnr. said Inilttr h.eing now I ransferred to the honor,ible r the Third lDistrltt (lurt for the piirlth of Or Itltan. I will proiontdil to p.oll at ituhlht aultion at the Morohlnts antd Ati'tioneets' Exchallge, Roy(,al stlrent, lntiwn.n (Jatlil nod COuloomhouse sttr·ets. In I llo Hond listrict of this tiy. on i W IiN E i-I , Yi, bruaary 11t.inO. sit 1a o('loo.k m.. th fill 'WI ig ti( ,rltthd irtliirlty , to wit - 1. A CEIt IAIN LOT OF (IROIUND, situatetd in the First i)lstrhlt of it1 clty o. New Orlai 1n,1. Il I the Pqitirtt boul)llinded Iiby (JlIanail, ironltne, (lm- p nhin anti PI'lllllpa (nw I)ryadtce) streits. Iunias tirinig teiv.tnly feet1 froitt on 'hilllppa (now I)rytlst ) e Ist rI.t, tpo 1it ItIu.l ar'd from th'e ie 1 of the grotund ollltlteuptld by thlIe University (if Llita.int,. Il th t dirnrtioin of ,sniatl stroet, hby onit hualltiro antld ifty feet in depth., botwoon 2. A C(1iITAIN LOlI OF GlRIOIND. sltiuitd In the .usL iitl i I-, t and laquare , dtsignatud by tihe itnumber twinty-four, in a plan annexod to iln ait Iof alo from the Hhtlto of Irllnlluin to lviti A. Poirtr. pa.i.od in the tfllin of 0I. A. Iallinrlri ilte a notary pihill in lIthis city. on the tw ntiyl-ilfth of Mayl. iNmlu. nitdt lot mn.sllrees twentvinlnt fIeet one hic' fronit on I'llotpa Inow I.rvydst') trests.i olne huin dred and Ilfly fItt dl t.l otin ... rt, t.and one htutndrtr and t fity- ight foIst one antd. twi-thirdts Inoheon on thtith ine of it. numbllllr twityt flvl. and twl nity feet foulr in'che in width in the roar on lot i number twently-t o". To igethe.r with till the hitliilna andi Improve monts on tihe t lt two lots of grounid,. known as Vile Mu-th ,niot'' tilt(litlltt. and all the rtihts. walr , servitudes. prlvilegns and aildvlintaiof hlunaging or in any wise apiprtainlng to said lots. Terms--ijllth on tie s tpot. ,1 it. AIItEEGAUTHREAUX. Civil Hhorlt of t he 'Parish of Orleans. jal_ 17 24 31 fI7 It BV J. V. Gourdain. STORE AND DWELLING I'ROIEIITY IN 'I'lE IIEST LOCALITY OF TIHE TIIIItD DIMTIIIUT. THE WELL KNOWN LARGE TWO STORY lprick littllltln , with ve!rantialls, sitlnuated at the iornt.r iof Elysian Fliltds aind (thart ritS (or Mor.alU stroirts. eminentlly slltutted for any sort of IItusnteIIis. Third District Court fir the Parlish of Orleans No. 5' 2sr. E. T. PAIRKER Et ALI. VS. H. FRANZ, Tutor. i't ale. BAIE TO EFFECT A PILRTITION AMONG THE HEIRS AND PAilt OWNERS. 1)Y J. V. G(OUILDAIN. Aotlonetr-Olffin No. lt ItiRoyal stri..jo--Wlll ii. sold on HATUIt DAY. January 3t. 18,4 . at 12 o'clock m.. at the Merchants land Auctloneeirs' Exchange, hosal street, betweon OCntl.l and UslStoluholnsi streets. by virtuti of nn order from the Holn F. A. Mout roie. Judge of thle Third DIlstrict (JUnrt for the parish of Orltrans. rendered June 4. 1879. and lsgnoei Julnoe . b1'79 A OEItTAI U LOT OF GROUND. itlluated in the Suburb Maltlilgy, in thie 'Ird District of 1i.!4 pit , in tile .tllnttre bloundied by Esyelan Fields. Chartres (or Moireou). Miarlgny and De eiatulr (or Victory) -tr-ts, and ~slgaunted by the numbter 4 on a uian driwn by Blourl-rol on the cidhth day of April. 1834. and depoeited in the ofilee of J. soph Ouvellier, notary pubile of this city, said hiot torming the corner of Elysian Fields and Chartres (or Moreau) streets, and measuring 24 fteet 6 lines front on Elysian Fields street, by a depth of s5 feet and front on Uhartres. (or Moreau) street. The improvements consist of a two-story brick building. covered with slates, having on the lower ant upper floors a large store, meas urlng 24 feet front by ito feet in depth. and form ing the corner of Elysaln Fields and Chartres (or Moreau) streets. Tne rear portion of the building ironting on Chartres (or Moreau) street comprises a two-story brick dwelling house. covere I with slates, having a large room on the lower and upper floors. Yard, cistern, etc. The gas pipes are laid all over the build ings. Terms and Conditions-Five hundred dollars cash. and the balan.e at six and twelve months' credit for notes specially secured by mortgage and vendor's lien. bearing 8 per cent interest per annum from date of sale; 5 per cent attor ney's fees in event of suit to enforce th-ir col lection; the buildings to he kept Insured and the policy transferred to the vendors. Act of sale before Jules Mossy. Esq.. notary public, at the expense of the purchaser. de23 ju3 10 17 24 31 i- I In eliminating the impurities of the blood, the natural and necessary restlt is the cure of Scrof ulousand otherf kin Eruptions& DiseaS t including CaMcers. Ulcers, and other sores. It is the best Blood Purifier, and stimu lates every function to more healthfit action, and thus a benefit in all diseases. 6 Dyspepsia, Weaknesa of the Stomach, Constipation, Dizzine.s, General Debil Jty, etc., are cured by the Safe BItter. It is unequaled as an Appetizer and Regular Tonic. It Is a medicine which should be in every family, and which, wherever used, will save payment of many doctors' hills. Bottles of two sizes; prices 30 cents and $L 1 1WARNER'S Safe Remedies are sold by Druggists & Dealers in Med. icine everywhere. H.H. HWarner & Co., Proprietors, ROCHESTEB, N., . A 5 aBsend for PamphlI and TesUmanisls. Bold wh >lseale in New Orleans by d428 eollw L :, LLONS. MM IPI SAL~ P. A. DIelvaMle v. CltIlnse' s1aw1ag Bank of New Orleans. FITPTB DIT rICOT COURT OBR THB PAR Sishb of Orleans. No. 19,16--By virtule of a writ of seizure and sale. to me directed by the honorable the Fifth Distrlct Court for .he par ih of Orleaus, in the above entitled esase. I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exohange, Royal street, between Canal and Customhmuse I Ptreets. in the Httoxod District of this city, on WEDLINLDAY. January 14 .188e, at 17 o'clockm.. the following dosnrtlhd propelty. to wit A LOT OF O(IOULND. touether with all the ttildlings anti improvementrs thereon, and all the rights. privilegIIs, customs, wys, sernt- 0 tude' and aphirlenannes thereunto belonging, at or in antywsenn a t,'rtalining, situated In the it First Distri 1. ,of this city in the square bounded & by Uarroe. , (travir, Phillupo'a (ow Dryades, and rommonu streets, and dta.lgnated by the O numlber ono on a plan of the same and other R lots, drawn by F. J. Ilothaut. deputy surveyor 1 tr erorl, on the nin.'teenth of Angstr, IR60, and teposlted in the office of H. B. enasm. notary for reference. Haiti lot forms the corner of u Ilaronne and Oravier t,trevts, and Itmeasures, in Alnerictan measure. twenty-six tnet four nlchps Ifront on lart one street, and the same wilth in the rear, and fronts on an alley five U tfe t wide, common to It aind the adjoining lots, its irtllltcttd on said ptlan. by one hundred and B four feot and six lin s in depth anil front on travitr street', alind one htlndretl and four feoot one incih anid six andl thlre-quarter lines in L idepth on the oOIoslte line. dividinug It from lot i niumber two. Actlutred by defendants herein by purchanse froml Nic'tholi Eastvi,. llR per not, passed befort. )ttadtve Morel. nottry puhlio in this city, on the elhth any of Qc, tober. 178s. U HeItvzed in the above suit. 'Terms and Condlitions-1. In rash for a smlll lent. almount to pay oine note flor the sulm of four thousandxhundrand x huntret anIItxt.y-slx idollars R .and sixty-spx and two thirds cents 1utit6 t-'..) T with interest at the rate of eight per ,etnt tier au num from the eighth of O)'tober, 1575, until the B day of salt; five per cent for attorney's fees on the amount of the principal and interest of sinht u t.I,. and all costis and the taxes duo on the property. B 2. And on terms of oredit to meet the out- D sttnllting Iltit I lof fur thoullsand tlx hltdaretl and sixty-aix dollr-,r adti sixty-slx and two thlrds cents l($ittt 0tli). diatted Ocltober H. 1i7H, D wayalltil two yearn after date, with interest at th, rate of tlght per cent per annum from its late untitial aid. R. t. And th balanone of the prieo of adiudica ion. If any. cash on the - piot. J. It. AhIOEE (AUTHIIEAUX. Civil Hherift of thtt Parish of Orleans. dtetl:20 27 jn3 10 14 Cltlnenm' IBan of Leouilala vS. M1rs. 3. M. Ivyons an her husband. rlll[R1) DIMTItIOT COURIT FOIL THE PAIR 1 ilb of Orhlans, No. 21.1(03-Ity virtue of a writ of llorl factis, to me directed by tlh honor able the Third DI-triot Court for the parish of Orleans. In the abhove entitlo cause. I will pro cood to sell at publile aution, at the Merchmants and Auctioneers' Exchantn, Ioyal street. be twoen Canal and Cultonmhouse streets, In the Hecond I)lstrlt. of this dIty. on TUEDI)AY. F. b ruary 3, 180. at 12 o'c'lock m.. the following do sorlbied property, to wit TtHIE I'RtOIPETl'Y OF THE DEFENDANT, MRS . M. M. IVENH, situated on I'rytaniastreet. in the square hounded by 1'rytania. Ht. Charles, (Clio antd Irrato streets, nnd measllurltg twenty one feeoot lven nluches front on Prytanla street, between (lio an(d Irato streets, by a depth of one hundred and twenty sevovn fIt throee nches and four lineu, between parallel lines. Amori ((,0 m|easure, 8N'iozd In the above suflt. Terms-Cash on the spot. J. I. ALOAUF, CAUTITJREAUX. OCvil Sheriff of the Parlish of Orleans. jIri III 17 24 61 f13 Frank Vatter vs. Was. Thomas. rITHIRD ISIHTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR 1 tab of Orleans. No. 2r5 920-By virtue of a writ of fleri fitlas. to nme dirouted by the honorablr the Third District Court, for the parish of Or leans. in thb above untitled cause, I will pro ceed to toll at pubhll auction, at the Merchants and Auctloneers' Exchange. Royal street, be tween Canail nd (utslomlhiouse streets In the Hecond DIstriot. of this city. on tKATIJIDAY. January 1o, 1950. at 12 o'clock m.. the following descrlb'td propterty to wit a ltERrAIN PIECE OR PORTION OF GROUND. together with all the buildings and I provements thereon, and all the rlghts, 9ya. privilegl. and advantages thereunto he rtnulgg. situeated in the Third District of this city. In the squnro bounded hby M'rales, Urq hart. St. Anthony and IMgatelle streets, deslg natedt on a sketch made by J. A. d'H.tmncourt. dInputy survesor, on the twoentythird April lasn, by the letter A, and formingt the orner of St. Anthony and Urquhart street., and having. in Amerloan mneoasure. sIxty-three feet eleven Inehts and three lues front on Mt. Anthony Sroeot. Iv ninety-two fot in d.epth and frontgon Urq uhart street; aculredi by defendant here. In Or inheritaneo from his mother. Mrs. Mary Ann oelber. as her sole and only heir and unl vrrsal Iegatee ta*s apoears from the proceed Ings had in her supEcrsion. No. 39.776 of the docket of the honorable the Secontl District Court for the parish of Orleans, he having been put in poasosslon by jidgameut rendered and signnd n"pot.mber 14. 1877. Molzd in the above suit. Terms-Oash on the soot. .1. It. ALCEE GAUTHREAUX, Civil bh-rliff of the Parish of Orleans. den 1t ' 3to j.16 10 WV W. Washhurn vs . £enr a kchwcrw w. w. wasnourn vs. seorwe wcnwer. FI FTTI DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR- ( Ssh of Orleans No. 10.283-Iy virtue of a writ of selzure and sale, to me directed by the honorable the Fifth District Court, for the par ish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at pubtli auction, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Exchange. Royal street. between Canal and Customhouse streets. In the eoound District of this city, on SATURB DAY. January io, 1is0. at 12 o'clock m., the fol lowing desc'ibed property. to wit A CUIRTAIN QUAII OF GROUND, to nether with all the rights, ways. servitudes thereunto belonging. situated in the Third Dis triet of this city, comprised within Blenfaits, 1 Treasures. Annette and New St. Bernard streets. designated by number sixty-nine on a plan drawn by C. A. Do Armas, civil engineer, dated the nineteenth of June, 1869, and annexed to an act passed before Ar ued.e Ducate', dated thirty-first day of July, 1869, the said square composed of twenty-four lots, numbered from one to twenty-four inclusive, measuring alto gether three hundred and nineteen feet ten inches and seven lines front on each of Annette and New St. Bernard streets, and three hun dred and twenty feet one line front on each of Blenfaits and Treasures streets. Being the same property acquirea by defendant herein by purchase from Patrick Pitrtman Carroll, as per act passed before John L. Lareeche, notary public in this city, of date nineteenth of Octo ber. 1877. Seized in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spot. J. I. ALCEE GAUTHREAUX. Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. delo 17 24 31 ja7 10 TARIFF - OF - Cabmen's Benevolent Association. For cabs. any distance not exceeding one mile or twelveo quares, fifty cents for one passenger, and twenty-five cents for every additional pas senger: and for every additional mile twenty five cents for each passenger. For cabs to and from railroads, steamboatO hotels, fifty cents for the first passenger, ana twenty- five cents for eutch additional passenger; for trunks twenty-five cents each. For cabs by the hour, one dollar Der hour; for over five hours at a still further reduction by agreement with the driver. For cabs for pleasure riding the rates shall be fixed with the driver. This tariff is binding on all members of the association, and the as sociation's oabs shall be known by the letters O. B. A, palnted on the tamps. The association is not responsible for cabs not having the initials painted on the lamps. All communications, or complaints stating the number of cab. will melt with promet at tention by addressing PRF.tIDENT CABMEN'S ARSOCIATIO , care of J. Iriel. Hat Store. No. 58 St. Charles street. N. B -All orders for members of this asso clation will receive prompt attention if left at No. 58 St. Charles street. den4 SuM ThSa Im THE LOAN OFFICE, OTTO SCHWANER, 17...........Baronne street......... 17 Between Cana. ,nd Common. Opposite Orunewald Hall. Advances made on PIANOS, for which special accommodations are made. jtll JOS. PATZELT, Nos. 101 and 103 Baronne Street. CHOW CASES, STORE FIXTURES AND S Building Work in first class order. All kinds of SHOW CASES made to oraer, and UPHOL8ITE ING and VABN~I HING done iy thebestoftasy.eote ehortest no~teo eto61 ,.7"UlT ' ITFIAL IJSIlAICE COIFUll OF I"W OW3LBANL Paid up Capital ........ $00,000, TW.WMTI.TI1mD ANNUAL MA3II3W Ovrrao Sx MuruA34su I aasoua Ooau , 3 mo. amD pstreet. New Orleans January 1, iu M In onformlty with the rensaIresmenaw o it nharte the Oompanv vubltpes rpe otoyaln statement for the esr enalng A eeenmIoa 11 isle: aMovW' OF 01 wasIMIvM POS RI1M Iass IWDn6 aP50sr3na 1, 1W. On fire risks........'212,4 s River risks......... 56,178 a9 Marine risks....- 4U.41 o0 --630AMNi 97 Add Unterminated risks. 1877....- 1094a-1 0a Less- Unterminated r:aks. 1878........ 4,766 O Return premiums. 19.4/ 87 114,190 0 Net earned mrepmtup. ..... 1s6a.1s Losses, etc.. AN? during sc me perlod n lre rlsks....... .7o9 9t' ver risks ....... as7., go arne risks.--.... l. I0 N Unad.isted and ~`"0 Dald losses..... 9.99 0O Add- - Sieu7 Re-insuranoe ...... 9,049 25 Taxes....... ..-. 6.547 94 Rent ............... 000oo oO Board of Under writers ......... e.9.so 0 ExDenses.......... 14.482 91 Reserve fund........ 10.00959 Dividend on ospital - * c.c-- 80 stock...........4.589s29 Lese Discount and inter eet......... . 8- u.2 666b 26-- 26-- 9 8 50 S Actual net roits -..... 71.60. W The 00~ yar ha the following asseet. g mated at t eir arket values Stocks and bonDI ... ....... .... .gM1/ M Loans on mortgage.................. I. . 1.69 Loans on pledge............«... O.m B1 Bills reeivable ................... .. . 3 Beal estate........... .... .. .... 590.06 Premiums In oourse of colection...... . 901 61 Cash on hand ............-.***** I 6I i1 Total asserts.--.--..- -. S1a i The foregoinI statement to a Jus.tr *edu orreot transoript ro m eL A.o ok s oa th , . J A M ESw L DSe ret e . . Sworn to and ubscribe6 efore e thi twim tr-deoon day of an 1i.Not M The Board of Directos a meet! heId a the twenty-seond day or an y, setting wlde Ten Thousand Do l i reserve fund from the bet earni o te . and a ing 0thhe 10 per ol t d"vlden lj net earz Iea . o pa w ond atier Mondar.thetwe-to tendentw81. s, haul nanuary. 19. DIBECTOBIR Ha . Ha. JWe . h .W . W taylor. Ssooerrs. W.. if. Seymour. mo OIaVpD. u .S mm. rJno. GaIns. V. A. affr . Dian Jesse .lower.J. L. r ewmas. inso It THIE FINEST BRAND -01 WHISKY EVER PUT ON THIS KAERW I THISTLE DEW KANUFAOTUBED BY HENRY W. SMITH & 00., KENTON COUNTY, KY. THE UNDEBBIGNED HAVE NOW TMN SOLE CONTROL Or THIS CELEBRATED BRAND IN LOUISIANA AND MIBBIBSIPFI. And Chaleuge Cspirsises With 0h Oldest and Finest Br.zds Ever Osrs.d em t.is MaIke THE FLAVOR IS DELIOIOW The Purity is Guaranteed, Boquet Unapproaohable, AND WE PREDIOT THIS BRAND Will Carry the Trade By S~orm. ALSO. KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND h ' LA.GE STOOK OF OTHEB FIE IdQUOSS, Wn=I, CA. OOlit. :EL PATTISON & BOVA ,D,. 72 and 74 - - Gravier St -- 72 sad 47 NEW ORLEANS. lea is SHOW PLliNTIL With NEW AND HANDS OME TTP% selected by one of the foremost printers in th6 country, and with Workmen who have mads Theatrical Printing a speedalty for years. the NO.62 CAMP STREET, Is prepared to execute POSTERS, HANDBILLIB sa , DODGERSU For Theatres. Concerts. Races. Plcni ete. a SHORT NOTION AND REARONABLEPRIO.J " VARIETY ACCOMMODATION STL -. MARTIN LANNmS' BUTCHER, Nes.. I and 8 MAGAZINE MAEIYle unDples Boardinghouses and Famililn afS 4 erplwth eierahiy a the maret OL, eea e e ith B a wudet o s ausag of . . / j Jl marketina gioered free of tvasr pWronutJ attenAded to , 7