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ot'3 " ýoeAnhta ntra to our tII uelertlIent of IUGARAR PLOWM. COTTON PLOWS. S iiALL & 00.'8-All slee.. KtY a ONtt'-All itiee. . '.. -All siles. . IN LY'B-All elsee. ATKINBON'8-All uenes. . UI 1 lL,"-A I PhNee. t stok of Plantationa atdrtnrf com taoe Obhaln., Roes. aee. dwdlerr, SMaterlale. etc. 11at loweet market prlces, by IIAUFTER, MACREADY & CO., 73 ranl pernrat. CANIE TUBILE DIGUUIEP8. qON og Hw8 * MALfONS' PATENT. lMade b A8. ih, HLL O g F or Tale STAUtrER, MAOREADY a CO., II Canal street. NAILS. AND STREL. IPADES AND IBOVELI. TIN PLATEN. METALR, ROPE. ITO. A large aasortment for sale by STAUSTER, MACREADY & CO., f" 17 OCanal stree:t. WARTS. WJ.IT*D-THll VUbDIA TO KhOW THAT uV¥ tPhhn t and best dvertLung In efe -ln.ea olumn, at ten Oent per lne for flit fe Dents for ea ubaeeent n" UITIUATIONe W ANTEm-FEkALME, eeks. nle, nimmealst, Eitc. I 3 AttBD - A RESPEOTABLE TOUNcI wte woman daire.s a situation as plain pra orlvtw family. (rnod references Address A, D.. this offie, fel14 it EMLP WANT$m--EIALSS. ekse. Nurses. Ete. I"ANTED-A WOMAN TO COOK FOR A s small family and make herself useful Ott the house. Most come will recommeded. lanent situstion and good wagce. Address. t lg where you can be found. MRS. .. Dem WKEP WANTEIR. Dining-Room eervant. 1rANTED-A FIitS-OLAIt8 DINI N TV room servant. Good wagRs and exoel jlht home. Atpply at let ett. Charles at. fI 1w KMItseLLANBOUS WANTON To Purehase a Farm. ANTED-TO PIUCIIABE, A 8MALL .Farm. suitable for raisnin cotton, with 4 elllnghouose an cabnlus, in Mlislesolp. on r npear the Jackson railroad, any from 40 to 110 e Addr.ss ami pric. terms and boa ..DL OULiiMAN PO.. 1ie ptna Now Orleans, La. fete at Wit waehkeeper. OOR-KKEEPER WANTED FOR A L&ARO .lanufacturlag concern in MIealsseipl. rrhlp man preferred. Employment for three tI: perhapu longer. State salary expected aidreps, with referenO"s, which must be eeO. B., Democrat ofRea, fet it Bliasrd Table. r1 TA.TBD-O.E OOLLEtNDER BILLIARD TV tabtle Address rPoetuoe Box No. s1. telt it' Mash Kahili.g ,.YA TED--TWO BOYd AT THE BTELM TVV Ash and Btind Faotory, corner 011 and Skblln treets, o0_~·es 7l , Plane Tuning. i ut FOR PIANO TUNIN.- E r *A" 5 At iol MgTm.ine street. D. LE oIree Pianist. noe t FOR SALE. FOR BALER--STOOK AND COUNTER OF . oIeryP store sitteatAd at the northwest cor n Erato and Baronne streets. An eatab ed stand for the past twenty years. Within asqares of Dryades Market. Parties are drou to sell on account of Ill health., Apply Oa Bremies., fet t m FOR RENT. 1~0 BBR T-RAIaED OOTTAOE CONTAIN S lre four rmomp In main buildin ' two at"r k buldli,. 4 rooms 'gas all h igh; Also two lots, with stabting for two hore nd amrisae, situated on Perrier street, betkeen N stor cand Generat Taylor streets, Sixth Drot. Apply to V. BOHNER. grocer, corner oiope and Liberty streets. felt tot UOARDIWO. EORDIDNG-9 NORTH BAMPART. NEAR 0anAl street. desirable front and other room., with or wl out board. Also a hand a maaly furnished parlor bedroom. JaAn lm OATHERWOOD'S Old tock Whiskies! The very beat and most roliable PURE RYE WHISKIES lV'RB INTR6DUOED IN THE BOUTHERN MARKET. B. & I.. AV. CATHERWOOD'S TPEITY 8UPERIOB OLD S'VOCK WHISKY mreoomeaded to ~annsumer andl te Trade for A PBRUINE ATRAlGMT ARRICLE, ntlrely tree from all adulteration and of NATURAL ILAVt E AND FINE TONING Q UALITY. THESE WHI811IE8 ARE SOLD Under Full Guarant ee of Satlafaction, Otherwise to be return od at the expense of BURKE & T IOMPSON, We. 62, 84 and 6M Tobs tplteulna and II Vmiereel Staeet, BOLE AGENTS FOR H. & H. W. (ATHII RWOOD, MANUFACTU lREtIS. felotw Phil dedl.hia. Pa. ADV N0e AND RETRAT- Large timo.. see page. with linet Stea.l En illAand Photorapb LIkeness, witth fonr Map of Bettle-lqds. an·d oonta. oinK the recoro of the moat important partot the late war, tr nearly readr for delivery. ud in smy cloth .......... ........ 00 T seeD binding. marbhl ede.,......... ,0 botnd Morocoo, library stile..... * 4 0) lUll Tuztel Morocco. gilt edes ............ m O T r- rs the legac left by the hero to h. *a~p a~ chlldren, re .f to a. addres, prepaid, on roept o o~~MQIsPaipJ A rmetl IM· its Iltee.holrl es "*r I Aterican 0oeat Tie ttnppty Om ptuy' will bh eld at the oe s of i Uompa r in lew .b ieans, oa tWhe twety-sixth day of 11E AY. s at 1t rd.. for 'he purpose of takin the pro ceeingas prescribed by article 6 of the i,.m pany' ios arter, and this notie Is published in pursu noe of said art ileO J. J1. MtoOOMB. Mansaer. Alaturv, A. EnonaRL, Secretary. New tleans, Fbruary 14 1m. f14 -Mles Beard of EDreaetrs of Public Schools city of New Orleans, e9 Burgundy street. February s1, isso-Fifty per cent. of the roll of teclters. portreses, rents eta,, of the Public Snchools of this clty for the month of October. 1579. will be paid at the ofilo of the dnilnistrator of Finance. City Hud, on BATUB of te a, m. and t h,. m. fets t, JOHN J. O'BRIEN, SBeoretary. Nltlceeo--roatte or LeuI siU, Auditor's Ofice. New 0 lsans, February It. 180 -Auctlon eer- In and for the parTlh of Orleans who have failpd to quallifr ao rollng to law are herebe notified that unless they d,i so between this and the twentieth instant thly will be reported to the grand jury. fil et ALTEIN JUM.EL, Audltor. meelal Wlotloes-The recent fire In our Fator will oause no interruption in the bust noes. Wo haRa Irge and well assorted stoek of TIIUNKS BA(4, e'c.. to select from, and at OIRl&TLY Lied)UCitD P1O11g. Trunks and Sample Oases nmade to order es usual; also re pairing and overiu don at shortest notice. Lt. J, DUFFY, No. 94 laronne, fene m Between Canal and Common streets. Netlee to shippers and Oansignees-At a meeting of the Board of Underwriters, held this day, it was resolved that the followion clauseehall be inserted In open marine poll. warranted by the assured that declarations shall be made to the com any of each and every shipment from Northern ports within five days from noon of the day of departure of vessel bearing same, after which period it will be optional with the oompany to accept or reject insurance on declarations presented to them. By orJer of the board. rJer of tOOrO MATIIHERI. SecRretary. N1 ATIONAL BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY. GENERAL AGENCY For the States of LOUISIANA AND MIBBIBSSIPPI. Oomplete Information and particulars given for establishlng telephone communication in say of the cltles, towns, landing., stations,. lantatio . etc. throughout these States. W.H. bOFINGIRB Oneral Agent. P. O. Box es. No. 4C Oamp street. 10 to $1000 street toks makes f tnes evenry mont, Books ent fe lalp lug evs thin. Addr ep s.TEB & IO1, ere. I Wall street. N. Y. ann Ivslw N. X. Owlen Attorney at law, iha re tirp}ed to the city and will resume the practice Qf his profession at his old office. No. 5 Oaron. ielet street. nos am LOUT. T OST-ON MARDI GlRS NIGHT. BiE J1 tween Canal and the Overa House or in the Mitle'k Iirewe ballroom, a gold NIEOgLbACE. with five coral roses. A liberal rew.rd will be given by returning same to JOHN BOLAND. 41 Union street. felt4 2t K. OF T. 'Cr.c.'nct E.enmRln.lrl.1t N.-,. 1, ,Knlightl of 1".31.1.,- 3 Vlll I 3t ,m11. K 1 1'N"I. . . . i. , ,.+ Vn llt IT +,r r n M tr. 4 F ·. I- " 1."k 1' I"I ,In - " IA .. 1", , e M In+. ,1 . .+"n n. "'1.l 1 ,Ih t 1 . n. ,l.+ r. I .. Ill of.+t mL.P i 4n t . i*I.3 n .3 , 3 t.3 3,,.. . ,tl I3 3. ,- ,..- ..,.r PrG.h3c k11t ey ,r 3 i ...- .' . r. , of e tl 1,+33,3 e.ll3 It .hn 33 . T M. 3. 3 3. 1. .l ,hn.3 ,eir.',,. V. i.'h+.. l4!333 ., .'. ' I... M3 th|, 3. JN. 1. I" 1 4433, A. 43 T 4 ,l I , 'r . W. W.l".-'" M e. A t 4 m . . . M W. I'. ;-, U.3. I,.ck l1933 I3 33. 1 TO CITY TAXPAYERS OF 1880. DIEPa*rTVa T Or A. ALsa OrTCi HALT. New Orleans. January i1 55I . ALL PERSONS OWING UITY TALESi FO0 the year Lten are herehy notified that the city will receive ten mills on account of the tax of fifteen mills levied for that year, and will give credit for such partial paymentson the tax bills, stampling the same two thirds tax pad,. and retainiun same. If the courts shall decilde that only I per cent is all that can be demanded these partially paid tax bills will be delivered to the taopayers as rece~pts in full. If they de clde that the levy of I. per cent is valid, the re maining halt of I per cent will be demanded with Interest thereon from March st. 15t1. No re elpse for partial payments of taxes under this notice shall be considered as a waiver of any of the rights of the city to pro-eed for the re mainder. All good cltizens who desire to see the expenses of the municipal government paid, including the school teachers, police, la borers, etc., are requested to come forward and pay their taxes in full or on account under this notice. This system of collection will be gin on and after THURSDAY. the fifth Instant. For those who pay the fifteen-mill tax the fol lowing rates of cash rebate will be allowed. via: Until the fifteenth of FPebruary 5 per cent. From the fifteenth of February to the twenty ninth. Inclusive a per cent. From the first of March to the thirty-first of March, a per cent. ALF. H. ISAA0SON. tel It Administrator of Finance. CANCULLTION tP F Oe D. STATE3 O LOUISIANA, Executive Do)nartment WT HEREAS. THOMAB DUFFY. OF TH Sciolty of New Orleans. has applied to me for the caneehlatlon of a bond, drawn and signed by him as principal, for the sum of five thou sand dollars. with John Bietry and G~orag Oro nan. for the sum of twenty-five hundred dol larI each. as sureties, dated the twenty-first d .y of November. 1872. and conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of said Thomas Duffy as Clerk of the Fifth District Oourt for the parish of Orleans. Now, therefore, I, LOUIS ALFRED WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana. have thought proper to i-sue this my proclamation. with the view of lgving public notice to all persons therein interested to show cause, in writing at the offiem of the Secretary of Stae. in the tyof New Orleans, within ninety days after the last publication hereof, why said bond and the mortgage resulting therefrom should not be cancelead and anunulled, and the suretles above named discharged from any further lia bilittee In the premises. Witness my signature and the seal of the State of Lousiana, at. the city of New Orleanse, this fifteenth d4.y of January. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty, and the one hundred and fourth year of the In dependence of the United States of America. LOUIS A. WILTZ. By the Governor: WItL. A. SrTsow. SBeretary of State. jana set OFFIU CE W. 8. CAMPBELL, Agent, 29 Carondelet st., New Orleans. COAL AT WHIOLESAI,E AND RETAIL~ Steamboats, Cteamships, And Faun. i? r I ~ upplied. Has always on hand a full stock of St. Bernard and 0 Noti & t k,'' celobrated PIt*Iaurg Goal THE LOAN OFFICE. OTTO SC7 WANER, I2D...........Blrarnne saeet...........I Between (.anat ind Common. ODrpltse GruaLewald Hall. S.tdvano.es mace on PIANON, for which _,, .. i .1 e.... .. . . ....."' . .4 . I :,,,s 1', ". . ' .?ý _. E. . l... iý MAlIGAIET HAUGlERYIT. 1BENABI KIiT.i LCAROARET'S gTEIAM AN1) MECIIANICAL BAKERY, 74,76and 78 New Levee street, New Orleans, The underslnmed beg leave to call your attention to the following list of CRACKERS manufactured by new and improved machinery, and solicit your orders: NAVYT UBMAD, ODA CR.IKEIIRS, XX, XX, XXXX, PILOT IBEAD, B 3R &I3 RAIKOBb. XX, X XXl OPOFF1EmOUUa BREAD, DOSTON CR1ACKERIt, CRACKEI MEAL, WeOTON SUTTER CRACKHIIE INGBIU UbRAD, XX, XIX PICNIC I AC6lEUa, GINGSER NrUTS, XX, XXX, WATER nA&.SC.ER, O1PlE NIUT'S, O1STER CURACKNUS, CREMsc3EWT SISUIT, MILK CRACKEUS __- _ - I - .I--------.-._ BNOAPB. LEMON 81.APS. SUGAR CAKES LICAEON JTMBLSEI. anESCENT BSUIT. HAND MARGARET HAUGH RY & O ON I FANCY CRACKERS. PEARL OYSTER CRACKERS, GINGER CREAM CRACKERS, ORACKNULS. GINGER SNAPS. LEMON SNiAPS. SUGAR OAKES. LEMON JUMBLES. CRESCENT BISCUIT, HAND SUGAR CRACKERS, NICK-KNACK CRACKERS. SUGAR CRACKERS. MACCARONI SNAPS. GINGER JUMBLES. ORANGE JUMBLES. LEMON ORACKERS. EXTRA FANCY CRACKERS. ASSORTED CAKES AND JUMBLES. ARROW ROOT CRACKERS. PEARL BISCUIT. DRY SUGAR OAKE, TEA BISCUIT. A B C BISCUIT. LEMON CREAM BISOUIT, BTRAWBERRY BISCUIT. ICED SUGAR CAKE. When desired, these goods will be packed in Tin Cases, for foreign shipment, of 5, 10, 15, 20 and 26 pound packages. Having a capacity of manufacturing 800 barrels of Flour per day, we are prepared to receive and fill large orders with promptness. .rWm nm s.w MARGARET HAUGHERY & CO. ion i u i ii et 1840 ..... . .... ....... E ':ABLs HIED 1...... ..... 4..... 1. 40, HUBBABI'S FURNITURE PALACE, THE CHEAPEST, THE NEATEST, THE LARGEST AND THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN TOWN, With the Largest Assortment of Fine Bedroom Suits, in Rosewood, Mahogany, Wal nut and Oak, of the Latest Patterns and the Lowest Prices. Parlor Suits in Ebony and Gold, Mahogany, Walnut and Gold in Coteiline Raw Silks, Reps, Satin de Laine, Hair and Mohair Coverings, in Large Va riety at Equally Low Figures. Also, Library, Hall and Dining. Reeoom Furniture in the Most Modern Styles, Exceedingly Cheap. French Dressers, , irror Wardrobes MANTLE AND FANCY AND PIER MIRRORS , OLDING CHI3S, BEDSTEADS, SECRETARIES, .ENTRE AND CARD SOFAS. LOUNGES T A BLE ", WASHST.ANDS, SIDEBOARDS, RATTAN AND i and ilv CARPET ROCKERS, HALL STANDS, Spring Mattresses, Feathers and Apring Pillows and CURLED EHAIR BOLSTERS PARLOR DESKS, Ladies' Secretaries, IN NUMBERS AND PRICES TO SUIT ALL. Also a heavy stock of Medium and Ordinary Furniture for OCity and Country Use, at Wbolesale and Retail, cheap for cash. All in need of Furniture will do well to examine our stock and pricee .TOS. 13. HU131BAltID, No. 122 South Rampart, Cor. Perdido, and Nos. 84, 86 88, go and 92 Perdido Street. noit SIIN OF THE OOLIaN E.AQLE. FOR THE VEBY BEST AND NEVER FADING PATENT PHOTOGR A.PHS - GO TO - Eele Lieensee For the STUDIO, Chromotype and Lambrotype T.mr ul mligs, Patent Proe.osee For the 8tates of LOUISIANA 121 CANAL Street. Wl Ial eIPPI. anoe 19 VARIETY DTY JD . B.. PlYSICIAN AND SURGEON -Axe- -of twenty five years' experience In the treat ment and cure of ell diseases of the GENITO. AC00 dOMMODATION STALLS. URINARY ORGANS, and of those arising from either NERVOUBS or PHYSICAL DEBILITY. caused by age or early abuses. Chronic dia. MA RTIIN L IE eoaseM treated with suoeee. Brl ht's Disese. Oravel. Catarrh of the Bladder. GIleat. Sermas torrbea, and all disorders of a PRIV ATE NA TUBE treated without the use of MEBOUBY or any injurious drugs. Curee aranteed and simole mechanism, without pain. SS16 . and $IAHAZINS ITr Dles of Females SusOpension tDoed aI.d emle I elIrreularitie PROMPTLu- 0- ile. ehouems and Famillua In sen. LIVED. Dr Peres' FMALE ULAT -lheS , e mket offers, .n id ELIR E FAILS To behiad qal, -,o first, arr seW, "- i o usa. lss·a *t -or HALL and LJERART SUITS. rrn d u 113 P1e M4 cris - AND ORNAMENTAL GOODS, SUITABLE FOR THE HOIDAYIS. MIDIUMI and COMMON FURNITURE to be found in the South. Call, examine and price our stook, It will speak for itelf. od delive ee are. -lA21 a . 1. 1. A B. J. MONTGOMERY. GO TO MOODY'S 12..... OARONDELET STREET..- ..1. - FOB - SHIRTS. - AND - Gents' Furnishing GOODS. Undershirts............ ee each and nUward e re ..... . see a pair rs Ha Iose (full finished)........... e .. Ool'd ordered Hdkfs. Se .. Suspenders ....... . 355 a ir - ar"1Linfe Gloveis... Se" -e ur Tops ned Skin Gloves ........ ee rdlgan Jackets ... I Si each nrdlgan Jackets ( all wool) ...... . . . I .. Bilk Umbrella........ 00 - otten Umbrellas ...... i .. Inen olars.......... I ý0 a dosen - nen ufs............. - lack Bilk (made up) Fancy Bilk (made up) Fano'yitin' (made o, ) -- - oScarfs............3 - . Fancy Silk Tles........ - - ntado Iv or ti "1IMUNEWAl)'S." BEST PIANOS If THE WORLD, Comprising the unsurpassed Instruments of the most renowned makers,. -AND PLEYEL, WOLF & CO., PARIS, And the old favorite organs of CLOUON & WA3REiIWN, PELOUBET. PELTON s CO.. Sold at the most accommodating terms. Also all kinds of BBASS AND STRING INSTRUMENTS. AC. OEDEON. MUSI BOXES. BHRT MUSIl and every lmginable article in the music line. Grunewald Hall is the largeqt and most pop ular music house in the Southwest favorably known 11 over the country for its fair and lib eral dealin courteous attendance and the su. perior quality of its goods offered. I invite the attention of all buyers to visit my establish. mentbefore they buy elsewhere, and person all1 convinpe themselves that "' unewald all" Is theolILAPiT PLAOE ln the Bouth to secure bergains in either Pianos Organs or any other Muscal Instruments. Old Pianos and Organs taken in exchange or repaired at mod erate figures. LOUIS ORUNEWALD, 14........... R. ONNMT STREET......... M nosotf NEW ORLEANS OLD VIRGINIA KITCHEN, NO. 75 CAMP STREET. WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH HOT MEALS AT ANY HOUR. From 5 o'clock in the morning until 12 at night. LADIES' LUNCH ROOM UP-STAIRS, Supplied with Bill of Fare. Special arrangements by the week and month for meals or rooms. Gentlemen visiting the city will find my house not only convenient to business, but in a very pleasant locality, where they con obtain FIRST CLASS meals on the EUROPEAN PLAN; that is. nay for what is ordered. Tables supplied wih the best In the market. Give us a trial and be oonvinced. Satisfaction guaranteed. ja7 Ithosm Wn. SlTRNP . r vnseter. Diseases of the Nervous System. FEMALE COPLAIITS---CHONIIC DISEASES DR. W. BILLE, 196 Canal Street, Between Dryades and Rampart streets,. IMPAIRMENTB OF ANY OROANIO FUNO Ston, impediments to marriate, private dis eases in men and women. spermatorrhea, im no enocy nervous debility caused by abuse or age, made a specialty. 15r. Bile Is a Dupil of Prof BlRord. Paris. has resided here for years and has no equal in his specklties. as hun dreds of the most prominent ctizens here will testify. Diffioulties of menstruation always re lieved. Separate waiting-room for ladies. noao lythn gS SUGAR STANDARP * + A. PURE LOUISIA'A SUGAR. We have in store and constantly arrivl from North Bend Plantelon. 8'. Mary paris the above brand of Sugar. which are out up at the refinery on the plantIon in barrels of the same make as New For refiners', and which we offer In lots to suit pirobasers. am en be ser at our offioe. No. s I 0arondelI street. i a. FeLIX wn= r W & DYIEI. !~~~~~ ; .IWDkYf. BIWwSlm8 ACADN.T or OMUSO. Immense crowds visit the Ortainal RICE'S EVANGELINE CBIItSIATIO&.W Saturday. Feb. 14 (Mast lse Sad ivead1mg POSITIVELY LAST PERFORIWANOE Op EVANGELINE, With Its great east and wnaith of S.ee|tle.. Sunday. Feb. 15-CONBAD THE AOI m. fe14 it JIDWELL'S ACADEMY OF MIu0O. Sunday Eveninl. Feb. 15. AND DUBRIG THE WEEK, EVERY NIGHT., Wednesday and Satnrday MatiMee Last week of the Celebrated Original RICE'S EVANGELINE COMBINATION, Produoing the Superb Musical Extravaganla. from Lord Byron's exquisite Poem. CONRAD THE CORSAIR AN D HIS 1BL3OOMING BRIDE. SUPERB MALE ANT) FEMALE HOTUDO I(S EW S ENI1 )EAUTIFULOT E ,MANIFICENT MUS.ICI And full strength of the Company in the oat SUNDAY, F.bru.ry n-First peaxlarll this eity-WEATHERMBY.OOODw 14 ý TQUEd, in their New Musical and HumoroS Fantasy. BOBBIES. fole It 0RESOENT CITY BASE BALL PARK. GIGANTIC STRUGGLE. R. 1E. L KC$bE vs. HOP BITTEI.R. ~rSUN4, February It, at 2:I0 p. ma. Admissinu, Si enats. ferl t LOUISIANA OOOCKPIT. Corner Main and Roman street. THE LOUIISIANA COCKPIT will oven for the season On Sunday, Dec. 21, the sport commencing at 11 o'olook a, m. shait and every Sunday thereafter. Admission. se cents: reserved seatt. extra. The Main street cars from Clay pass in front of the ilt. dels Tu )U PROPOBALS. PROPoeraL Oa OE PAEIK. DarrraniRT or WATmawoRas AND PpvmA E Bulltding. Room 'a. City Hail New Orleans Februaro 1 .EALED PROPOSAIB WILl2 BEKIVD ' aA thii office until FBI uAY, Fobrutt y 0 islo, at 12 o'clock m., for repaia to += cornloe of building corner Royal an o streets, occupied by the Recorder o gages and Heglstrar of Onnoveanoes. a .s cording to plans and speolfloations on IC in the office of the City turve. or woe k to be adjudicated tothe lowest bidd , city reserves the right to rejiot, any and a Parties bidding are required to deposit I Administrator of Finance. as an vet doe their Intention to abide by the idjiast0o, tt . , amount of $100 in cah. wlohich al be fof~ t the city in ase of failure to sign ldders to whom contract is not awarde ane their devosite returned to tem dai adjudication Is made. Propose t. dored "Proposhls to repair cornio angeOffie." BR. OHUVALLY. Adtto ltrator of Waterworks sand PoU. Burlings, let0 I 1i ; SEALED PEOPOMAI. MAYeOAOTr o0 NeW OtaAWU, 'tEALg D )OPOKALS WIL ,BR Sby the .commissioner, the e School Fund ntlil SATURDAY instant 12 ior BUILDmING "= 000 14HBOHO0.-EueE No. L. on p0o0ty the oity, In the square bounded by St. &i 4 Rampart. Pauline mnd Jeanne streets, 6 ordinance No. b068, AdminIstration setilt accordance with plath and specifloIation posited In the Mayor's ifeoe. 'Th# proposals are to r submitted sepaately, for furnishing material aod doing Brick work. complete; Carpenter's and jolner's work, complete; Painting. complete: Plastering, complete; Blating, complete; loDper. tin and Iron work, complete. The committee reserve the right to rejeelpaa or all bids. AL.F, H. I8AACBON, Mayor ad Intel, . ForOommiesioners of McDonogh Sohool Nand. fe7 td . SEALED roUPOeALs. New ORmaLsAs Coarrow ExcEaa New Orleans. Februry SEALED PROPOSALS WILL ltI R 1 tJ on or before noon of the sixteent ns for the sale to the New Orleans CntttUn 1o0 of a BUILDING BITE or a BUIDIaI4 BITE suitable for the location of a Cotton change. Said proposals must be limit.d pý0 rOnrtw situated within the boundarl-s of Canlai,PO, dras, Baronne and Bt. Charles straetes, and must state full particulars as to price and exact dimensions, etc., of property offered. The Cotton FYohange reserves to Itself t . raight to reject ary and all bid, WM. CUNGIIAM, Pre.den . H. G. BasITE. Beoretary. fM. THE FINEST BAND -01 WHISKY EVER PUT ON THIS MARIKE IS THISTLE DEW, MANUFACTURED Dl HENRY W. SMITH & 00., KENTON COUNTY. KY. TEa UNDERSIGNED HAVE NOW TE N I SOLE CONTROL or TOIs CELEBRATED BRAND' IN LOUISIANA AND MIBBISSIPlI. And C. almg ceomulsean Wa M e Oldest and Finest Brands Ever O rd oan ths Mar..L THE FLAVOR IB DELI OO13' The Purity is Guaranteed, Boquet UnapproachablS ' AND WE PBEDICT THIE BBAND Will Carry the Trade By Storm. ALSO. KEErP 00NBTNTLY 03N AND a LANGE BTOOK OF OTHER FIIE IQUORS, WIES, CASE B0D, Efs PATTISON & BOVARD, 72 and 74 - - Oravier 8t -- 72 and 74 NEW ORLEANS. isee 1l CITY LICENSES FOR 1880. DePArumwr of FnAaos, CITY HAZL, I New Orleans, February 2. 1960. The provisions of ordinance No. 6666 are sa tended to include te the twentieth of s.bi7 instant. License payers Bean eoary 10 pr eti' city indebtednese of 187.1877 and e,6 and l 9 per ont in oeash. After the twenty-ninth instanaseetlon 7. ordI. nanoe 6s65.will beentoreedaaainst persons whbo are in violation of law. lend twiaia, o I l