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La51fU FROM THE PEILE.
ITbe Da=ooAT ai responsible for none of thev ies expressed In the communi. t.o.s oUder this hdA; but no coommunlatuonls will be printed except from responsible partlee.] LETTER FROM P'LAQUEMINE. PIauvtaMtNe, February 2, 1880. -o the tditor of the Ii moerat: The first month of the new year has lone and It is a satisfaction to note a good amtount of Work done on the coming crop. Generally our plsnters went to work early and have driven ahead at a lively rate. although in some por tions of our parish there have been many -ean.a.sl among the colored p epln. and some have notions of an oxoduS to Kansas or some other place, but I notice, there are not many. Who go to Kantsa. In our parish we have work for all we have. but if any hoese to try the cold. bitin pralrlies of Klansae they can do so. Planters so far flud their seid cone passably good. though In plates there wa morn lstl than In others. The stubble is promisltn, ani wil. it is thought, be flue. The river is getting pretty full-water is Stina through the Morgauna crovasse down e BaRu (|Ir, Ttot. aýd the sw impers are .aoklna out" trees already. One of our Itulls l in receipt of a lot of timber and is sawin way. Others will follow, and lumber will soon in full supply here. The malls have given us some conncern of late onthis portion ototrgrand old Mississippi. We ought to have a regular dally mail, but ef forts by the Postofllmeo Dpartmeont in that dl eotlion do not meet with the encouragement =reyahould. Lot us have a daly mail by a means. The old arrangement of ix malls a Week amounted to about four during the bust. see steason, and after to about three. Now we _et three matlh per wnee by the Vikasburur **u tet. and with rthndally lineono. established Wewtllt have six ntore. This will be an im yrovement and ilpro i' .elPt is the order of the a.o, Mr. Ed llr, Itelp us to improve things Sgeto ut of t he old ruts, see the UttnMmAT hs called attention to the ttQstilon of f Fiaces, and I hope it will not let the utter tan. We need fences aerund the floels. hesre IS In our Ithtee an immense area of wild ds whlh can and will be readily utilized in si-ng stock If the fields are fenced up so the cannot go into them. as at present, at . erds ot fat cattle add to the cnmf ,rt and oendence of i people, and we of Louisiana, having the great advanmages of fine ranges and es excellent climate for all kinds of stock. oght to have them. Prut, POSTMASTER GENERAL KEY &nd His Humbug Mail Contraot from New Orleans to Mouth of Roed River. PLAQUItMINi, InltRVILLN PARIsH. February 5. 1880. ) fe the Editor of the Democrat: In the last three weeks we had no mail by this route but two. It is an outrage upon the peo ple of this route. The contract with the ooast -M-kete. Gay and Cannon, was what the people wanted, and with which they were well pleased aut that would not suilt Postmaster General 'E.. who bad some frinnds to reward, by alw ien this contract at 44.o000,. when the (ay an C non did for the tame for 28.,000. Poet aster General Key dare not play such pranks In the Erastern, We torn or Northern Ntates of is lUnion. Postmaster General Kiy looks the Southern States as a coneuored terrl t, divested of all rgllts whicb he feels bound res pet. Repunltcans as well as Democrats. own louth, are the same to hlt Postmaster "neral Key has stars f,,r the Eltrn, Western 550 Northern States, and stripes tbr the unfor -lUate South. ar. Editor, have oul any information of Post s r General Key being in partnership with e mail oontractors South? If so, lot the pub -I know all about It. Tours, etc.. H)OUTHERN REPUBLIOAN. --- m " - THE JESSE K. BELL. A Full Description of Beautifhl Steamer. When the famous Eclitse was built. it was _aid she wouki be the last flnue, fet steamboat that would ever he built, During the latter Dart of the late war It was the current opinion that the days of etoamboating were num bored. atd that our rivers would run idly to -rste on account of railroads that were bullt. and others that were to be built. in this coun .tt. In both oases public exporession has gone for nothing. On the contrary, finer and faster boats than the Eclipse hlave been built, and. with all the railroads now in operation in this aountry. we have more steamboats plying our great rivers and their tributaries than were ever known before in the history of avrtgatLon. Aside from thisle. with all the (ailroads. river travel anti transportation is such as to give all the boats plenty to do, and it is on the increase. Conseouently, the more business the more boats. During the past year or two a large numlber of Steamboats have boto built to ply the various trades of the Ohio and Mississippi itere and their trititaries. most of which have been built here. and all of which have boen sue esftul, So flr, we iay meontion among tihe Itstsuch boats as the Itobtrt E. LI.. John W. mannon. ltd. lliebardson. J. M. White and CIty ofGreenville, all of whith have won for thern selves fame for 'stped. comfort and safety." the Cannon and hlite bh·ng the two fastest. and finest steamblnts in this country. It is our -.rlvilege and no I' s Ipalesure to auttnoine that our builders maud mechanles are now ready to .dd another to the, line of flue, fast ones. of whle.they should fifel proud. We refer to the new New Orl.nsus and ranld Ecore Isdo-wltil I ,aLket Jesse K. Bell, now lying at the city wharf. and will leave here to-luorr4w afternoon at 4 o'olock for Now Orlattas divret, to mto.t with euch an ovation upton her arrival there as the tautiful steamer and her gallant cattain and ---wp are justly enthitfd to. The hull, cabin itd palinting of this beautiful steamer was the work of the famous Hloward.s, of Jeffersonvill'. Thty have fully sustained their well-earned retputation la building the Jesse K. Bell. Tie hull Is a model of grace and durability, having been tllt fer a No. I cotton at. It is 225 feeoot long. 40 oot bam and 7 t foot a oDth of hold. The cabln is full length, upon - h is a texas nearly as large as the cabin, and upon that th1 pilot-house, wh'lth puts the niehing touch to her genteral outsitlde beautiful a.Dearanoo. Tht outilre boat is painted inlsid an outin puro zlint glys white. 'IT'h varlo vased rays of light stoalitngthrough the st ained a-ae skylights adl doors add a riehues4 0 the inn-er or alntn cabin beauttlful to behold. The rooms are very large anti Comfortable, the bridal cttamlbers are heau ties the nursery larg, and comfortable. and all the (cu'tonel'Icest that could add to the comfort of passengers are to be found in ndt about the cabtn of tilts flte steatller. The office and bar in the torw -rd cabin are ,'legtnt -y fitted up. anti t he l tors In the forward saloon. .ber-shop. pantry, halls anti gangways are .nild with oak attd walnut. dlamuond·-tiaped. .d is a splendid j bI) f w rk. Tan "' -xas" I:s t the naltme of itu.thor cabln of ietsor si;z -_t almost euntlly as handsome. The c t1 ,re1t angers h.ave iall same comforts aund conve eloe that theyv hav in the m ino cabin blosv. And the officers' deu .rtment is entirely separate m any o.,her portion of the uppeir cabhu. oablns are surrounded by fancy railings and handsonue stItl wive ledling to roomy promenades utpon thIoutdlle. The desigtning of the entire utter works of the leOll was done with an aye to comfort, safety, beauty and aon venliece, and the k.Lowards eclipsed themselves "n this, their maeterpiece of steamboat archt tecture. Ainslie. Cochran & Co.. of this city. supplied the machinery. which is a guarantee that this department is all that constitutes perfeclion. 1he has two enlines. v.ach twenty-two-inch cylinders. eight feet stroke, driving a wheel twenty-eight feet in diameter, and thirteen and a half foot bucke:. ibhe main journals are fourteen inches tl diameter. Aside from the main engines,. there Is it doctor."donkey," "nta .er"-engines for capstans and fire-pumps. A ilneof iron piLe i ne , thee bhin guards- tle entire "enth and breadth of the b iat. so that in case of fire from one to ten stteams of water can be thrown at a moment's notice. These pulnop also supply the reservolrs with hi and cold Satr at all times. and these resa-virs sunDly ite bath-rooms anLtd wa'er- closets In the ladies' ja5 geatlemen's cabinus at all times. She is pertfet in her departm-rnt of mact inery. Sbhbas a batteory tof -tel boflrs th.t can't be = There are four of thom, each 42 inches in --meter. S0 feet long at-d two flues in each. ialso has a separate boiler for the doctor. lefs Walton. of the famous Mitchell yrd. made them, and they are another itm as a man who fully understanmds i work, chimney, etc., are the - of this city. who has done a· o s s rpo aie. oots. a05, Jtame ridge . & On.. lso of this city, fuor nlshd al the kitchen and Dantry ware. steam table*, stoves, pipe, etc., and the job is fully up to the reputation of the house. W. H. Dlllinham, under the supervision of Mr. Will. A Hawes, supplied the gas and water DIve, hose and the poweiful golt whis tie. The work was A most ex sllent job. aid the whistle is said to be one of the loudest and finest ein any boat in the world. Wt will let it "blow" for itself. Let us return to the cabin, and with an eye of admiration take In the betnwv antd grandur f - Its seneral appearan P. The elegant, carpets whic'h ive it such a palatial ,ir wene furnlseted hy W. II MKRuight. of this lipy, and Elkin .t oo.. of New Orlleant. The mrnin ant Iallen' 'aliln ctarpets are gtralonls, while those in the rooms are simply elegant. The now. rich Iand co-tly fur nlture was furnishted by John hthadtcr A CO., New AlIbny. It is splendid. Williamson A& o.. of this city. furnished trhe chandellors. which are tai to be, toe most el - gaut and costly on anylsteamboat. T''ho msrirvo and magniflcent Uifrrow iI thr ledit's' tablitn came fr,,m the well known house of FIleil & Lindsey, this city. They suptlled the beat thilroughollt., built the one that grt'e tiln till, ' cilhiln 14 the handsomest, we ever law. Tit. well known honse of Bhepard &. 0 t.. of New Or leats-wittl which Mr. Jos, Walton. form tr'y of thiscity. is now conneottl--ullly sustained thteir ftrame in supplying the eooli'rs. sl v'r ntrl 'inla ware. etc. ThIrs is s.il to bit t. e finest outfit of the kind ever puit uon the table tf any l.tiem boat, andi It was chit fly owing to the .cock ol Itlr. house and taste ot Mr. Walton, their relpro sentative. Buantlterger. Bloom & Co.. of this city. sup plied the linens. towel-, shootings, etc. The piano and table covers-the richoslt ind fluo Rt we ever Paw-are from A. T. Mtewarl & Co.'s. New xork. The bath tubs. water adjustments. .t.t were put in by Mr. Go. Morrisou. of this city. and ai b tter and more complete job was never uex eouted. There is also in the hull, in the extreme how of the boat. a powder magi.zline, man.l t thi or boiler plate. large enough to hold 100 kelg- of powder. It is put there for the purpoose f car rying powder and as a sit giaril It, Is uoi.er loik and key, and w is triad.e by Mr. UChas. Wil ton, of the Joseth Mitchell boiler-yard. tihe Is the only boat that cairries a powdl.r mllallttine. ant the Id ati was orlulruted by (Capt. Hilunitit. Ten rprit mlnlattresses. b dldi l, te. are par e.r'PPllIrP In filot, we nIver sllW a lbtter or liner outfit ln the rooms of atly boat, and eIachO room is supplied with overy cotrvenit.nor.e that the most fastidlious passenger could demand. These were furnished by Hhrader & Co How, ver. we cannot close our report of her without adding that in genernl rpiiarance she is beautiful. Aside from binu arecrat lI in pro portion, beautiful In delagn aiid tlurable in construction, no boat that ever left the ways ,i1 liowards' or went up and down the Mssisslippi river, can claim more comforts and conve ninnces for passengers. Bhe is named in honor of a man whom to know is to honor atnd re spect-a KIntucklan by birth and eduoction, a mtTan who is too wIl knoUwn lhereto iii a word t of praise from us-Jesse K ll,l. Wie a',mire the man and the botat alike, tlnd we earnest y trust the success if the one will be. as lasting as the honor of the other. In parting with th, Jesse K. Bell, we cannot do so without wlshb, her a long career of prospterity and suness. To her gallant owner and ci.imRandltr-Oupt. Dick linnott-we extend our hand. antl certain ly wish him all the lame and f,.tune that hib is entitled to. and we trust that whether he goes into New Orleans amidst the b oming of cain non, the waving of fl ila the huzzai of ft lewns, or up the shadowy banks of "Old lRed." he will feel that he is greeted by friends. w,,eomed by patrons and met by those whose best wlh 'ts are ever In behalf of him and his roagniflonlt steamer. Jesse K. Ball.-liouisville Courler Journal. a 4110e---- NOTEN AND COMMENTS. Mrs. Lincoln gave the last bhaill at the White Hiouse at which there was dancing. Dennis Kearnoey has returned to the Pacille coast. Hils Eastern visit was stale, list and unprofitable. An English journal delrihes BIerlln as os teltaltions anId unprepll osslessing, prl'tentious and unattractive,gurish and yet not brilliant. Sewer ass escaping from defective drains in New York andl Boston have fillred those cities recently with fatal eases of diphtheria and typhoid fever. The too packers of the Northwest have not reaped a very rich harvest this season; in deed, few of them have more than a third of their usual stock, Kentucky has establlshod the whipping post as a punishment for petty crimes, and now Illinois Wants it as an addliton to her own means of edu'rection. Baltimore is going to amend its charter so as to take In all tne villages for live miles around, and then ChIcago and St. Louis must look sharp to their census. Queen Victoria has just presented $250 to a prirate soldier of the British army in recog ltiKon of his gallantry in saving ii child from (at.lli under the wheels of a tralm-ear in Dublin. The Golumhlll (Ga,) In'qutircr notes many and increasing slins of prosperity in that city, andl says that there is not a vacant house to be hadtl there. Additional dwellings are being rapidly built. Wendell Phillips says an Englishman is like it block of granite with the co.rnelrs anti edges all on, while an Amlerlian Is Ilk, a paving-stone that hais rtolledt on the holteh fl a hundredi years, anti is so slippery you can not hold It in your hand. Recent and otllhcal repotrts dev.lp the uln pleasant fact that the I;nitetd States nlitay is in ait depliorable condition. If half the state ments made tire well founid, we ithave no navy at all which is worth taking into ac count. The Florida IRtpublican State Convention s1 to be held in Gainsvillo at least twenty datys before the melieting of the natiolltl con vention, and will not only elo t (diligati's t) that, but nomintoe canldidates for Governor and Lieutenant (iGoverlinor. The WV.shington cnrr espondent of the PI'Il adelihila Titmex' says that G(enll. Sherrilln has said that If (on. leoynton will get any con missioned o(itllcer to indorse his charge's hi will call for a court, the inferen('e beinig titit without such indorsement he will not ask for it. According to the Boston I fernlrl a prominent physician of that city iasrteits that when he takes a mledicine he lust he Illgnorant (of tie constituent drugs or it will doi no good. )o, when Ill, lie gets a brotllthr doctor to diagnose his case and send a prescription to the drug gist in a seatleId envelope. ---------* e - - lls Actions Do ctlle His Words. [Chicago TOimes. iid.1 Grant has been gone julst lonlg enough now to putt forth agalir for tle Ibenelit of Aunert can sentituentaltits stahtteltents otf his Intuense longing. to be ontcoe gail tat hIle. Practical pecople will note that he doesn't stay when he gets there. MaIne to Hold Her lectlion Blennially, [Boston Jourtal. After next year Maine will go over to the list of States having blleiniall eleetttons, leav ing only Massachiusetts anti Rihodie Island in the list electing a full State government and Legislature each year. -- .--* aº lilkenny at Eight. IButI dao Courltmr. Dem.1 in the name of contulon sense let us get rlid of these old ennities and reorganlzc, for the future. A New Y)ork l)'emolralt ought to have more intelligence than a Kilkenny cat. It Wil mellurn. [Washington Repubtlean.] Those who fancy that the Grant boom is dying out should possess their souls in pa tience, as a lull does not Indicate that the storm is over, Grant or Nothing. [Washington Rnvublican.l Grant and Blaine, Grant and Garleldl, Grant and Key, Grant and Maynard, Grant and Settle, Grant and Wilson. Choose which you will. Staub. from his famous news stand at Gold thwaite's. corner of Exchange Alley and Canal street, sends us the New York Herald. Sun. Times and Philadelphia Times. Harper's Weekly. Young People and Pack. Let every body go to Staub's, for 8Saub is th- head and front of newsmon&qra in New Orleans. Nothing so beautiful as Washburn's Lambert ditures. They are exquisitely finished and iadeless. HA RTS AUfTIO1 SALE. HART'S, No. 48 MT. CI-IAIRLEnM T., (OR. GRAVIEIB . $100,000o $100,000 $100,000o WVORTII OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND JEWELRY, CONHISTING OF ('ln'fer antd Ningle Stone Dianiond Ring, Pins and Ear Rings; Wanfhes or thi most celebraled makers, including the names of .lurgernen, Narldin, Howard, IitHddell, Fredohamnn, Russell, Ileasley, Tohias, Ilninenn and lHart. letI; Gold C('aliri or itae most claborale pal terns, including Ilperas, Leonlincs, Fobs, Necklaces, ('hatelt ines, etc. GOLD SETS OF CAMEO. CORAL,. AMETHYST. ETC.; EAL RINGOH. PLAIN GOLD RINGS. SILVERWARE GUNS. PISTOLS. ETC. WILL BE SOLD AT PUBII.IC AUCTION BY H. ONORATO, AUCTIONEER, ON TUESDAY, FEBIIRUA ItY S, 1880, AT 11 A. M. The trade nrn roesVrtfullv rFjruenteQd to attend. an the ENTIRE STOCK will bn closed out WIT'IHtUT LIMIJ OR1 RESERVE. and everythlng sold will be guarante ed as represented. d, 20 t TIE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTION - OF - CHINA, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE AND - HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS, - IS TO BE FOUND AT JOHN GAUCEHE'S, MORES(QUE BUILDING, CAMP STREET, Branch Hlouse, 110 Chartres, fe4 lm Where Satisfaction Is Guaranteed as to Prices. LOOKING-GLASS AND ART DEPOT. TSE L IRGEST MOUSI QF THE 810 TH1 SOVTB.U UTbTl COM1LPETITIION DEIFIED. Partios wishing ac y of the following artrfles will do well to glve me a ea'i before purobaslng elnwhere: FRENCH I'LATE MANr.El, AND PIER MIOR11014 of all STYLES In GILT, WAI NUT and GILT. and partlularly the EBONY and 01.T1 QUEEN ANNE MIRRORS. which arC ll the rage at presnt n1 I th N ,rth. WINDOW SHADES AND CORNIOgS. of the most elegant do.tigns; also. I'OITRAIT AND P'ICTURE FRAMES of the flnest parturna, and the largest and latest publicatIons of ENGRAVINGS. OIL PAINTINGS and CHROMOS constantly kept in stock, wherefr om artists and cnnnoiosselur4 may feel proud to sole.t. Do not forge t that cornmpetition is defled, but come and be convinced at L. UTER'S, fellm No. .,3 » ()OYA L MTIE ET. FOR THE VEIR BEST AND NEVER FADING PATENT PHOTOG-R A.PHS Eele Lisensee For the STUDIO, Chronlotypo and Laibrotype - Touro n.uldlnge, Patent Processes1 For tho Statse of LOUINIANn 6 121 CANAL Street. A- ND - llqialtyIPPl*. " l on IV WASHBURN'S CELEBRATED ART GALLERY. A Triumph in Photography) PICTUIRES MADE PERMANENT --BY THE LAMBERT PATENT PROCESS. SWe ar propared, wlith all tha latest Inven tions and aot lincens. to produco all the newest atyles in thotograpby al, Very Moderate Prices. not EDISON'S NEW LAMPS. How They Have Borne the Test for Ten Days, and What the Inventor Says. [New York Sun.1 Much depends on Ithe now lampsq now in use In Menlo Park. So far, nearly toUn days since they wore set up, they have remainied without cracking, except In one or two Instances, where the glass globes were imperfectly blown. It will Ie remlnmhered that in the case of the old globles It was found that al though the amoullnlt of c(ontractlionl and expan sion of glass and platinumtl were the sam;e, on(1e expandled to Its full extent Ibefor tlhe other, and the c'rackilng of tIhe glass followed. In the now lamp it has been found that the coIlliclents of platinum Ilulll of the lnw mLate rial that is applied to thl te tubes at the point where they are pier.ed by the pilatinumt wilrs are equal. That is to say, the contrl'atlon and expanlsion are sLtlmultanelous, as near as can be ascIrtained. Mr. Edison says, if these globes hold out as they have given promise of dilug, there will h, little else to do but to puti the whole plan Into practical operation. Numlhers of I)personIs cntlllnue to vi it Menlo Park. In the il111,,, through which it is nec essary ass to ato reachi the laboratory, 1s kept a registry book. In this every visitor is re questlled to write hk name. The book Is said to Conltain the nllrllnes of nearly all the large gas stock owners ill the country. A Triangullar Fight. I Blt morr Gazetteal Secretary Sherman has sPcured the votes of Virginia and North Carolina in the Republi can convention anlli hopes to ciome in as the second choice of the Grant men in Pennsylva nia. The light between (rant, Sherman and Blaine is becomlng more and more trian gular. The Great 'Unknown. [Chicago Tlmes.] The Great Unknown cuts no figure what ever. There Is Ito tlark horse tied in the un derbrush anywhere around the Republican headquarters. The party has had enough of experiments. ------W*--- The Fuoion Programme. [Philtdeltphla Record.l The Maine Fusionists have sensibly re solved to submit to Gov. I)avis for the pres cut, and appeal to the people next September at the polls. In this they follow the sage counsel of Josh Billings-never to cry over spilt milk, but go for the next cow. An Unlucky Portrait. exhibited at the Kunotlerhaus an historical painting, the chief attraction of which was the magai at head of an old man. A few days later the painter received a call from at mys teorlous visitor, who, after eompllmunting him on t1he masterly exc.eltlon of his picture, asked him In confidence for the name and ad dress of the person who Iihad sat as modIll for the old man. 'I'hn palnter gosod-naturedly satisfied the visitor's wish. A few hours la ter two detectives pro4ede4tl Ito arrest the handsome old man, Venceslas Gunesel by name,, who. Ihsides being the model Immortal Ized by the Viennese painter, was likewlse a notorious jail-breaker, and one of the most dlangerous garroters of Vienna. Got your plumbing done at Bullivan & Bul ger's. 57 Came street. GILT EDGE IS A THOROUGH REMEDY In every case of Malarial F-ver, and F'rer and Agen, while for disorders of the stomach, torpidity of the liver. indileRtion and dlamtmlanen of the animal f'orees, which debilitate. it has no euiva lent, and can Ihav no 11o llit lltu. It houlllll not he eonfioulndd with trituratted C.mpoundsi of cheap spirits antd essntial oils, often sold under the name of Bitters. FOR SATE RYV Drnogists, Grocers and Wine Merchants Everywhere. ja4SaSuWe& Wiv JOS. PATZELT, Nos. 101 and 103 Baronne Street.a SHOW OASES. STORE FIXTURES A!ND Bunildin Work in first class order. All inds of 8HOW OASES made to oraer, and UPHOLSTERING and VARNISHING done in hebest of stile oa the hortest notios. de4 l 19. SCH tARTZ & BRO., 149 TO 169 IMAGAZIN STREET, AGENTS FOR DEAE' PATENT STEAI PUl I The attention of the public s partlcularly called to the GREAT REDUCTION IN PRIdES I This reduction s possible on acount of the decrease in the cost of labor and n matILW. A by anu lowering o( the nallty of either bnotwitostndln the Dreviously acknowledged SUPERIORITY OF THE DEANE' PUMP, It has been the constant endeavor of the manufacturer to render It still more worthy of We S l with which It has been received. by such IMPROVEMENTS IN DESIGN AND DETAIL As willm lir strenathen and perfect it for the many uses to which It is applied, ulnil i nowandmitted to be Th MHost Perfect Steam Pump Made. Each PUMP is subjected to a rigorous test before leaving the manufactory. and every ifm - •o guarantee. We obligate ourselves to refund the purohase money in case any Pump should fall to d form the work for which we warrant It. We have constantly on hand a large and complete assortment of PUMPS FOB VACUUM, SYRUP, TANKS AND FEEDING BOILIBIJ KELLY STEEL BARB WIREI S KELLr Ysut ARB r1arI wlas STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE. With the Invention manufacture and use of BARBED WIRE dawned a NEW BBA INý . . ING. Previously all fences of wire or wood had to be made of sufficient stre . resist the brute force of the animal to be restrained and it depended u.on otA strength and activity of the animal as to whether the fence could be broken down or scaled; hence, fencing had become very costly. and, in many cases, almost impessible to be obtained. thus makin a great drawback to the settlement of some of the fneat portions of our Continent. THE EASE AND COMPARATIVE CHEAPNESS With which BARBED WIBRE can be transported the small amount of time and labor re~ A to put it up, its wonderful efficiency as a hence. and its Com arative Cheannaess. bg made for it a most wonderful and remarkable success. The amount of sales have been unprecedented, and though little was heard of it four years sgo. it Is now kwn all over the eivillzed world, and used in all the BtateM and Territories of the United States . We are Prepared to Execute All Orders, Small or Large, Promptly and at V, g Low Prices. FRIEDMAN'S INJECTORS AND EJECTORS. The speelal attention of manufacturers, mill owners, and other Darties using steam. eIs eMA to the great economy of employing Injectors as a means of supplying water to steam botlReg In most cases these Injectors may take the place of Steam Pumps to great advantage, even where the latter have been set up and are now in use. It would be a matter of eoon i apply one of the former also to your boiler. for the followin. among many other reasons pertinent, that might be given: The Best of Pumps Will Sometimes Get Out of Order, others frequently. In which case much valuable time Is lost while making repairs. Her such clrcumstances, is a comparatively Inexpensive machine, always in order and ready at a moment's notice to take the place of the disabled Pump and allow the work to golon Ing unusual had occurred. Then again it may be used to great advantage in reden.1 it during thes nightlltime, so as to be in a good condition to get up afAlw head of steam witots4fs the morning. effeoting by this operation alone a Great Saving in Fuel, and Wear and Tear of Boilers. The Steam employed in working the Injector is returned to the Boiler with the Feed 'W thereby raising its temperature, and preventing the unecual expansion so disastrous to Plates, caused by pumping in water at a low teomerature. The Peed Water enters the Boiler thronnh the Injector in a continuous stream. which la a great advantage over the unavoidable intermittent enouply produced by all kinds of Dums. These Inleotora are warranted to work with the most verfoet regularity, and when prnnd apoplled, aseording to the Instru.tions given, guaranteed to work to the fulest exteant 0 stm capaelty, as laid down in our table. They will also, if desired. be sent on trial to responelble partlee for thirty days: to be oepted if found to work as repreeented, otherwise to be returned free of exoense exet 1. transportation. DEALERS IN JUDSON AND ALLEN GOVERNORS, Shapley T Wells' PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS. STEAMBOAT, CHIURCHI AND PLANTATION BELLS. Bar, Hoop, Sheet and Bloiler Iron,+ WHITE LEAD, Machine and Carriage Bolts. Packers' Bachete Nuts. Washers and Nails. Hand Bolt dutters Bteel Blacksmlth'rools of all description, Ealpse Fan Blowers Files. Band and Emor PaperD Emory Cloth SpencerFlue brushes. Bunar-House and Ballroad Lamps and Lan Portable Forge terns, Iron Putnam's Polished and Pointed Horse Bhoe Single and Double Trees. Nalls, Ohains and Anochors, Worcester BelU-reedin g Worlaht Drills. Bevolving and UI., Morse Patent Twist Drills. BDad vo Tank. Ooopers' and Boiler RiBlvets. MORtRIS TASKER .& CO. Lap Welded, Steam and Gas Pipe, STEAM AND GAS PIPE FITTINGS, Steam and Gas Pipe Tools of all Kinds. Brass and Iron Globe and Angle Valves; Brass and Iron Full Openlng Valves; Bran an II Batety Valves; Brass and Iron Horizontal and Vertical Oheok Valvees: Brass and Iren Steam and Vacuum Gauges; Steam and Bervice Cocks; Brass. Air. Orlinder and Gauge Cooks: Brass Gonas. HOLLAND & THOMPSON COMPOUND, -or Journal Boxes. Engifnes. BShaftin. for Blow and Fast Motion, we claim will save wTI FP SENT over the use of oil NATHAN & DREYFUS' BITDIROSTATIC AID SEI-ACTII'B TILRICATORS AlD OILR,. EACHINIBT AND BLACKBMITH TOOLS OF ALL KINDBS BBOVELS AND 5PADIlS Anvle.. Vises and Bellows; Dirt. Garde and Iron Wheelbarrows; Rubber ose. Beltns and Packing of all kinds; New and Becond-Hand Portable and Btationery Ennines. Boilers. Shaftming and Pulleys, rAILOAD Aon MILL SIUIPPLIS AoLL rKINBs. Estimates for New Boilers Furnished on ApplioatoiO@t. Paies delriar to eUrhes will save a Lar Feroentae b9r Oallinar on us befor sWulg lwhe a Bend or our Revised Catalogue. M. SOIHTWARTZ & BROs, 140 to 188 MAGAZINE B BT ER.