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Tha mildness of Um winter in the city of How York baa left the distributors of oool for tie poor with 1000 bushels of surplus fuel on The Liverpool Mercury is publishing some strongly written srtielee on State and Church, and begins one of them by the following terse statement : The sale and pur obese of commie* atone has been abolished in the British army, bat the sale and purchase of livings is still vigorously carried on in what assumes to be the British National Church. The Anti-compulsory Pilotage bill agreed upon by the House Committee on Commerce provides that no owner, agent, master or c on s i g n ee of any ship or vessel, duly en rolled and lioensed and engaged in the coast ing trade or fishery, shall, by virtue of the laws of any State, be compelled to take, em ploy or pay a pilot not voluntarily employed on entering or departing from any port or. barber, cr entering, passing through or leav ing anjfjhannel, passage or strait within the waters of the United States. Tbs exports of ootton goods from New York daring the week ending last Saturday bave amounted iii value to upwards of a quart tor of a million dollars. Tne Boston Adver says that should such a rate ba continued during the year the total exports from that port alone would exoeed $13,000.000, which is a larger value by $2,000,000 than that re ported for the year when the business was most prosperous, namely, 1860. For a begin ning this is not bad. The export trade in ootton goods has been entirely inactive for the pest fifteen years. Now, all at once, we •tort it np afresh, and find the conditions so favorable that we dispose of a larger amount than we oould sell at the time when we were in active competition with the rest of the world. It may be said that it is unfair to reason from the value of goods sent out in a single week to the exports of a whole year. But it is true that the amount is on the increase, and that the expectations raised by the re tons of the week are likely to be muoh more than realized. Included in the exports from Haw York, to which we have referred, were consignments to England, Scotland, France, Germany, the West Indies, Brazil, Africa, China and Japan, showing that the market is not confined to any oountry or to any part ot the world. The shipments from Boston daring the week ending last Friday were also very large, reaching the sum of $175,000. The "New York E(( Market. [American Grocer, March 11.] The course of the egg market this season has been something very surprising to all con cerned in the business, and many engaged in >t have suffered heavy.losses owing to the sud den and unexpected changes that have occur red. At this season of the year there is usu ally an active trade and values are generally pretty high, but at present the reverse is the cam. The principal cause seems to be hard times and the great economy praotioed among the poorer classes, who use eggs largely. The noeipts, too, bave been vary large, due to the mild winter. List winter being very severe the supply was small, but the hotels, restau xanto and wealthier people, who nse this pro duct at all times, took about all that came into the market, so that no difficulty was experienced in obtaining the high figures of last year. At the present writing prices are down to 16c and 17o for the freshest and best •took, making eggs one of the cheapest, if net Cm cheapest, articles of food in the market. The Maoaach.seua ghee Manufacture. [Shoe and Leather Reporter.] The rate of production of boots and shoes in Massachusetts is probably greater at this time tu an it haa been for several years past. This is not so muoh due to an increase in the ■eason's trade as to the cautious manner in which orders were placed early in the year, and the reeent pressure to fill duplicate orders. Shipments from the principal points have for several weeks past been much larger than for the corresponding weeks of past yearn. Comparative Bates ef Wager. The following is from an artiole in the New York Times, of late date, on the state of labor in that city : Wages Wages Occupations. in 1873. in 1676. Carpenters and joiners, per day. S3 60 12 50 Bricklayers, per day............ 450 2 00 8tone-cuttera, per day.......... 4 50 3 50 Plasterers,per day............. 5 00 . 5 00 Shoemakers, per week, average. 25 00 14 00 Brass-molders, per week, average 18 00 15 00 Printers, per day............... 4 50 2 50 Sail-makers, per week.......... 20 00 15 00 Carriage-makers, per day....... 4 00 3 60 Coopers, per week.............. 20 00- 10 00 Cabinet-makers, per week...... 18 00 10 00 Yarniabers and polishers, per week....................... 18 00 10 00 Home-ehoers, per day.......... 3 50 3 00 Machiniste, per week........... 18 0<> 11 00 Ogar-makers, per week......... 20 00 12 00 Iron-molders, per day.......... 3 50 2 00 Box-makers, per week.......... 20 00 12 00 ....... 1 50 1 50 ....... 2 00 1 00 Bakers, per day— laborers, per day- ■ From this it will be seen that there has been a very general and large reduction of wages since 1873. One effect of the panic has been to break up or paralyze the trades «nions. In 1873, the varions onions had a membership of 48,180, while at present .they have only 17,380 members. In 1873, 11,115 members of trades unions were oat of em ployment. Now, 3700 are unemployed. It up poMM, therefore, that the proportion now unemployed is about the same as in 1873. Iiandnn Improvements. [From the Correspondence of the N. T. World.] London, Feb. 21.—The Metropolitan Board of Works has now jurisdiction over 118 square miles of land, upon which dwell a population of 3,513,000 people in 451,742 houses. The board has been in existence for twenty-one years, and it has done a vast amount of work of the utmost imporance and value. The complete drainage of the whole metropolitan dtetriot haa been accomplished by it; it has built the magnificent embankments on the liver, nnequaled in the world, at a cost of £2,403,269; it has provided parks, gardens and open spaces, many of them very beaotitul, at «heeoet of £343,000; it has bfiilt a great num ber of new and handsome streets, and is still others; it has almost transformed old London and changed it from an ugly and HL piMniad city into a really handsome and delightful metropolis. Strange to say, the board has done ell this in such a way that it now has a debt of only £9,215,986, and this debt ■"»h»»«— also the cost of large improve ments now being osrried on involving an ex penditure .of £3,000,000. The tax levied by the board this year will be a little over 4Jd in the pound (4 6d), whioh will raise the snm of £446,079. The board will also receive £233, O00 from the coal and wine dues of the city of London, which are now paid over to it Sir Charles Dilke has recently written a paper on the taxation of Paris, which Bbo w that things ere better done in London than in the French capital. The Parisians are charged in local taxation £4 a head,'and this is independent of taxation for the General Government Fenlfs Commerce ef New Yelk. The reports of the foreign commerce of Hew York, as oompiled by the New York «Tournai of Commerce, show s marked decrease in imports for the month of February, the total being $27.977,330, against $36,923,360 in February, 1875. The total for January and February is $57,733,589, against $61,754.610 last year. The receipts from customs at New York in February were $9,473,003, against $11.811,046 last year. The foreign exports in February, chiefly in uaimnnj values, were $18.304 987 merchan dise and $4,118,019 specie, against $18,111, 985 merchandise and $4,040.524 specie last wear. The total for two months, since Janu ary 1, is $46,089,631, against $51,563,237 last jmt. A DinBRTISEBfENTS# H. CASSIDY, SAIL MAKER -AND COTTON DUCK AGENT, (Established in 1836) ]Vo. 95 Camp Street. THERE CAN BE FOUND THE LAIGEST BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF COTTON DUCK IN THE SOUTH, Of all widths, grades and qualities. LIGHT AND HEAVY TWILLS, AWNING STRIPES, » and a great variety of FRENCH and AMERICAN BUNTINGS, Etc. Mr. Cassidv manofactu es and keeps on hand all descriptions of TENT", T AUFAULINS, WAGON COVERS, Etc., Etc. He makes a specialty of, and gives his personal attention to the Manufacturing and Patting Up of every description of AWNINGS, WINDOW and DOOR SHADES. He will make to order COFFEE, RICE, GRAIN, and other kinds of Sac'i s. and confidently defies com petition in this liue of business.' FLAGS OF aA. NATIONS on hand or made to order. mh16 ^MERICAN DEPARTMENT INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE -axd MISSISSIPPI VALLEY SOCIETY. Office—State National Bank Building, Ne. 33 Camp street. Hon. JEFREBSON DAVIS President. CYRUS BUSSEY, First Vice President. W. C. BLACK, Second Vice President. S. H. KENNEDY, Treas irer. C. E. FENNER, Attorney. WALTER V. CROUCH, Secretary. Cyrus Bussey, W. C. Black, Thomas A. Adams, S. H. Kennedy, J. B. Hood, Adam Thomson, John Chafle, C. E. Fenner, DIRECTORS. B. B. Wbeelock. Scott McGehee. Charles G. Johnsen, Louis A. Wiltz, A. J. Gomiia, W. R. Lyman, E. C. Palmer. mhl5 lm Awnings, Gallery Curtains, Etc. J, O. MIIsIjMB., 107 POYDRAS STREET, (Formerly Cassidy & Miter.) Sail Maker and Cotton Duck Agent, H as on hand a large assortment of COTTON DUCK of all widths, TENTS. TARPAULINS, FLAGS, etc. AWNINGS, GALLERY CURTAINS, Etc., made to order at lowest prices. J. C. MILLER, mhlO 3m 5thp 107 Poydra» street. Chilperic. T HE GREAT STALLION CHILPERIC WILL stand for the season at Mr. J. N. Shawhan's stables, 235 Gravier street. Charge, *25 for the season. CHILPERIC was sired by Ameiican Star, Jr.; he by running horse American Star, son of Durock; he by imported Diomed. American Star's dam was by Sir Henry; grand dam by imported Messenger. CHILPERIC'S dam by Abdalla, a pacing mare that could make her mile in 2:28. Amer lean Star could trot a mile in 2:28)6. CHILPERIC is a splendid chestnut sorrel, sixteen hands high, five years old, remarkably fieet. and can beat any stallion in Louisiana. mhl2 lm Adolph Marks. Gustave Marks. L. B. Cain. MARKS, BROS. & CO., 41 MAGAZINE! STREET— PP STA1BS, IMPORTERS Commission Merchants, ■-OF FOREIGN DRY GOODS, WINES, LIQUORS, FANCY GROCERIES, ETC., ETC., For sale either In or Oat of Bond. The city" country and especially the Western trade nvited to an examination of our stock. PRICES LOW AND TERMS LIBERAL. As we are receiving largely by every steamer, our stock will be kept np constantly, and we are pre pared to fill all ordere for any of the vast assortment of goods in oar linç upon a moment's notice. Send for price list. FI 8 lm JJOSSMORE HOTEL, Junction of Broadwav. 7th Ave. and 42d Street, NEW YORK CITY, Three blocks west of the Grand Central Depot, near the Elevated Railroad, and but twentv minutes from WaP street; a new and elegantly furnished H« tel—all modern improvements. Rates *4 per day. Liberal terms to fomhies. CHARLES E. LELAND, Proprietor Y., and Clarendon Of Delevan House Albany, N Hotel Saratoga. F18 3m UD0LPH0 WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS. The Celebrated and only WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. ESTABLISHED J1828. Acknowledged by the whole Medical Faculty as a TONIC. DIURETIC, ANTI-DYSPEPTIC AND INVIGORATING CORDIAL. for and used by thousands. Is still offered to all whom it may concern by the sole agents in New Orleans and for Louisiana, $ SMITH BROTHER k CO., 83 . 85, 87 and 89 Poyd-as street, N. O. Y. R—Beware of counterfeits and imitationa. al2ptaeod5p AUCTION SALES* By Hoffman Marks & Co. GLASSWARE,TINWARE, SHOT-GUNS, WALK ing Canes, Furnishing Goods, Notions, Embroi deries, LactS, etc., etc. —Also— At 12 o'clock M., Fifteen j ieces Canvas, Suitable for Sail-Makers. —And— A large line of Gold and Silver Plated Watches. B Y HOFFMAM. MARKS a CO -Alex. Levy, Auctioneer—Office No. 33 Magazine street.—On FRIDAY, the 17th inst., at 1016 o clock A. M , will be »old — The above stock, without any reserve whatever. Tenus— At site. mill" POLITICAL Truttmnn Gnards Attention !—There vri I be a meeting of this Club THIS EVENING at half-past 7 o'clock, precisely, at their Hall, corner of Prosper and Bagatelle streets. The members are requested to be punctual. By order of GEO. WATERS, President, R. H. BIENVENU, Sécrétai y. mhl7 H* ST. PATRICK'S DAY. __ Hall of Branch No. I H. B and M. A. A., New Orleans March 16. 1876 —The officers and mem bers of this Branch are hereby notified to assemble at their hall, on FRIDAY MORNING, March 17th, at 8 o'clock, sharp, In full dress with regalia, for the iun os • of participating ia the parade in honor of reland's Patron Saint. All former membe; s are in vited to join in the parade. Bv order of HUGH"FLYNN, President. A. G. TA AFFE, Secre ary._m.6 2t FOB RENT. TO RENTS inserted in this column, not exceeding one sqnare, FIFTY CENTS._ T O RENT—THE UPPER PART OF HOUSE 134 CANAL STREET, between St Charles and Carondelet. Possession given on the 1st of Apt il next Apply on the premises to mhl6 lm A. F. WEBER. F or rent-the i TWO DESIRABLE OF fices, with Cotton Rooms attached, No. 186 and 188 Gravier street, now occupied by the undersigned, to whom apply for terms, etc. LE. 1a9tf HMAN, ABRAHAM Sc. CO., 186 and 18» Oravier s-rw-t. F OR AN OFFICE UK CLL)!! l.otuio—Cua. modious front second floor, at 62 Camp street, next to the Picayune. Cheap to a pn mi l paying tenant. F2 WeFi &Sutf F OR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GEN tlemen. Apnlv at LEIGHTON'S Shirt store, cor ner Canal and St. Charles streets. i»4 tf LOST—FOUNT). L OST-ON FEBRUARY 28TH LAST, A DRAFT drawn hv 8. B. Bell, order of and intorsed by A. Gilbert, ot G wyn & Dyer, due February 28. 1876, timom ing to one hundred and sixty-four dollars and twenty-five cei ts. Acceptance waived. Payment of ttis draft has been stopped. A. LEHMANN & CO., mhl6 3t 70 Canal street. FOR SALK. F or sale—a fine top buggy and har n ss. nearly new. Price *125. Apply at 26 F27 lit COPARTN ERSHIP8. T he partnership heretofore exist ing in this city under the firm name of SIE WERD & KIP has been dissolved by mutual con sent. M . A. p. Kip will sign the name of the fi m in liquidation. A. H. SIE WARD, A. P. KIP. New Orleans, March 1, 1876. T he undersigned have this day f rmed a copartnership under the firm name of KIP & RUCH, and will coatinne the Rio Milling Business at the P -rseverance Rice Mi Is, 8 , 10, 12 and 14 Elysian FieHs street, where they respectfu'ly solicit a contii'U"-nce of the pa'ronage heretofore so liberally bestowed. A. P. KIP, LOUIS RUCH. New Orleans, March 1. 1876._mhl6 4t FURNITURE. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. ïUtîsffl CD UBBARv jju 1 Ull XSsta.l3lisila.ecl. 1040. GENERAL G HAND RUSH — TO THE — OLD RELIABLE CHEAP CASH FURNITURE HOUSE. — OF -« job. a. jtuööAtm 133 ftamparl Street, carnet ferflldp, and SI, 66, SS, 90 Und 93 Perdido Street, Manufacturer and Dealer in til kinds of FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERED GOODS, SPRING. BED BOTTOMS, MATTRESSES of every description, and FEATHERS, Etc. BEDROOM FURNITURE IS WALNUT, OAK ROSEWOOD and MAHOGANY. With or Without Glast Soor ARMOIRS.vety cheap. PARLOB SUITS, of my Own Manufacture, Covered to Suit the Baste and Parse of Anybody, Very Cheap. Also, «HNING-ROOM, LIBRARY, BlLk, end OFFICE FURNITURE, •HEAT! tefllEJT? «HEAT* A General Assortment tf COMMON FURNITURE for ihe Country Trade, Now CHEAPER SHAN EVER. The Pnb'ic will find it to their ADVANTAGE to convince themselves before Purchasing Elsewhere. JOS. B. HUBBARD, F29 3m 122 Rampart, corner Perdido strt et. M adam emma, the great magnetic and Healing Doctress. who has cured hundreds in tnis city by her wonderful power, can be consulted at No. 218 ST. JOSEPH STREET, between Caroude let and Baronne, from 9 A. M. until 7 P. M. M.dam Emma is the most scientific htaling medium of the age. She can cure all diseases the human family is subject to, both male and female. She pom-ssenno miraculous power, but practices on the strictest sci entific principles. Herworderfu power from h child enables her to read the destiny of the human family. She surmises hundreds by revealing the hidden mys teries of the present past and future. She also pos se ses a secret to bring the unhappy together. F29 '76 ly GERTEIS, GUN-MAKER, 18 COMMERCIAL ALLEY, New Orleans, Target Rifle« Made to Order. Muzzle-Loaders Changed to Breech-Loaders, and Neatly. Repairing Done ja 16 AMUSEMENTS. jyjRS. CHANFRAU'S VARIETIES THEATER, "THE LADIES' THEATER." Positively last appearance of beautiful I MISS MAY HOWARD, F Mar. I FA>,EWELL I Dumas's famous play. BENEFIT. I CAMILLE, Also. I Saturday closely studied by her in Paris MaTINEE. | from the French oi igiuals. J? Saturday Night, C. W. Taylenro's adaptation of EAST LYNNE. Matinee prices (with reserved setts) Fifty cent». In splendid prepara'i n, an en ire'y new Spectac-lar Version of sJONTm CRlsTU "(from the Fi euch ; also, OCRS and HUNTED DOWN. mhl7 j^CADEMY OF MUSIC— The Favorite Family Theafr. Wednesday Nom 1 Gold Watch Gift Matinee, and Night, i Lottery of Life, M-rch 15. ) Noon and Evening. ä Benefit of Miss Emma Pal mer, produ ing THE TWO ORPHANS, the Academy's Thursday, March 16. )-ori.inal version. Better cre duced and better acted than at any other theater in New Orb ans. ST PATRICK'S EVE, ' or, Kathleen Mavonrneen. ST. PATRICK'S EVE; or, Kathleen Mavournren. Benefit to Miss Jenrie Clif ford. producing Daly 's Under the Ga« Light. Friday, Mai ch 17. St Patrick's Day, Saturday Matinee. Saturday, March 18. -.! Sunday. Ma ch 19. mb 15 ( Hernandez Foster, the great j pantomime actor, in his drama ( emitted — " Jack Harkaway i Afloat and Asiore." gT. CHARLES THEATER— Friday Evening, March 17. A COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT WILL BE Tendered to MISS MARY ANDERSON, By Many Influential Citizens of New Orleans. ROMEO AND JULIET. Saturday Matinea—ROMEO AND JULIET. Saturday Night—EVADNE. Sunday, March 19—THE KIRALFYS, in tbeir great Parisian spectacular comedy, ROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DaYS. WANTED—100 Young Ladies to appear in ROUND THK WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS Apply at the Theater. mnl7 tf rjdHIS EVENING— March 17, 1S76. A LYSTE Of Sacred Hymns and likewise Worldlyo Songes which fhall be Songe at ye grate Publick Re' bearful of Head Singer Obadiah Sprigginf 's SINGIN SK&WL, When a goodlie companie of men and women will make good Mafic for ye pleafure of je Towne Folke, wch fame will be held at Ye Howfe of Assembly called Grueewald Hall. YE FIRSTE PARTE. Gen. Kosciufko's Grande March......All ye Players 1. Ye Lmd is King.........................Ye Ski-wl 2. Worldlye Songe— In Yon Deep and Shady Dell— Matilda Dobbins and Emblem Tar box 3. Songe and Chorus..............Four Mei Singers 4. T e Marvelous Worke...................Ye Saewl 5. Worldlye Sange— Robin Adair Deliverance Jones 6. Worldlye two parte Sange —Zebedee and Rebecka Stebbina 7. Northfield...............................Ye Skewl 8. Sopge-Betly................Sophia Ann Howland 9. Killharmomck Societio of 1776—-Jonathan Tewkf bury and ye Skewl YE SECONDE PARTE. Et^an A'len's Favorite March.!......All ye Players 1. Awake ye Saintes, awake...............Ye Skewl 2. Wordlye Songe— John Anderfon, my Jo, Nancy Sparrow 3. Worldlye four paie Songe— Hai'. Smiling Morn, Bye Eight Singers 4. Songe— Jnd'th..................Sufanna Beekman 5. Glory to God on High................Ye Skewl 6. World)ye Songe- Nothing Elfe to Doe, Ma ilda Dobbins 7. Worldlys four parte Songe-JPueBird, Bye Four Singers 8. Ye Lord is Rifon........................Ys Skewl 9. Worldlye Songe —Within a Mite of Ediuboro Emblem Tarbox After wch will follow ye Cloflng Piece, in ye cborons of wch ye audience will plëafe join. Ye younge inen and maidens will be de-ked in ye "gowut a and ribbands and other bravery of ye olden time. N. B.—Ye new-fang'ed infiniment called a Pian", ufed forthys occasion was made by one Steinway, and l indb e loaned to ye Skewl by ntighbor GrnnewalJ, and Prudence Schoonmaker will sound it. N. B.—Perfons who doe come in theyreown wagons can hitch theyre horfes under ye shedde around ve corner. N B— Y e venerable Deacon Fettibone. ever discreet, deflres to fay th bys fall crope or apples was pef ky f hort, and ye crope of constables hanging round ye fli 1 was uuufaally heavy. However, he will be on hande, near ye Skew! with fome i f hjs very heft cider, wch ail can tafte without get ting crooked. Tickets—Fifty Cents. ■ ruhl7 It O DD FELLOWS' HALL— Positively Last Day but One. Friday. March 17. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY. AFTERNOON at 1, EVENING at 8 o'clock. Doors open at 12 and 7 o'clock. SYLVESTER SLEEKER, Manager. The Great Original and Renowned ' GEN. TOM THUMB AND WIFE, Together with the Infinitesimal MISS MINNIE WARREN, And the Skatsrial Phenomenon MAJOR NEWELL, Will appear in a variety of fascinating perfohnances, consisting ef Songs, Duets, Dances Dialogues, Comic Act*, and Laughable Sketches, as given before the Potentates of the Earth during their celebrated Three Years' Tour Around the World At each En' ert inment the Ladies will wear several New and Elegant Costumes, Magnificent Dia monds Etc. ADMISSION only 50 cents. Children Under Ten \ ears. 25 cents. Reserved Seats, 75 cents. Chil dren Under Ten Years for Reserved Seats, 35 cents. Ladies and Children are considerately advised to at tend th- DAY EXHIBITION, and thus avoid the crowd and confusion of llu Evening Per formance. Reserved Seats for sale at M. ELIC'S MUSIC STORE, mh!2 4t 153 Canal street w ENGER'S GARDEN— A4 and 13 Baurban afreet, H. WENGER, Proprietor. Largest Hall in the city. Best European and American Journals on file. TWO FINE ROOMS for' Families with separate entrance. Beet Wines and Liquors. Fiist-claas Restiurant. moderate prices. PHIL BEST'S Celebrated Milwaukee Lager Beer at FIVE CENTS per glass. ja!3 ) y «ALLS. J'vraND fancy dress AHD MASK BALL. A Mid Lent Mask and Fancy Drese Tall rill begiven in ihe OPERA lioUSE. SATURDAY NIGHT (St. Joseph's Eve), March IS. Yaejrer's best band will fnrnith music. Gentlemen's tickets *2. For particulars see small bills. rnhlô 3t D. THE. AYERS, G. B. MILLER, Of Galveston, Texas. Of Galveston, Texas. FORRESTER DOLHONDE, • Of New Orleans. La. iyj ILLER, DOLHONDE & CO., EXCLUSIVELY GENERAL COMMLSSION MERCHANTS, 93 and 95 jlsfulic street, m New Orleans, La. * Consignments so'icited of Hog Products, Flour. Grain, and Country Produce generally. Orders filled at market prices. Careful and prompt attention given to all business. 1IBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. mh5 lm C. S. A. E. to TH33 GRAUOERS' Life and Health Ins. Co. -op the UNITED STATES OP AMERICA. HOME OFFICE, 46 St. Michael St. MOBILE, ALABAMA. Present Capital Stock, $400,000. Authorized Capital, $4,500,0001 WM. H. KETCHUM, President F. E. DAVIDSON, Vloe President R. W. PORT, Secretary. B. D. LAY, Actuary. W. G. ENGLAND, Gen. Supt D. B. BESTOR, rney. GEO. A. KETCHUM, M. D., Medical Director. President and General Manager, Alabama Department......Hon. N. N. CLEMENTS, Montgomery. President and General Manager, Mississippi Department....Col. J. W. BECK, Meridian, Miss. President and General Manager, Georgia Department.......Major C. G. SAMUEL, Boms, G a. Sedtarity, Economy and Liberality are the leading principles of this Company, All approved forms of Life and Endowment Policies issued. Also, Term Policies of One, Three, Five and Seven years. Accident Policies issued for any time, from three days to twelve months n!7 tf HAlUtOAIM. rpHE MOBILE LINE— THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE --TO THE EAST. NORTH AND WEST. Via Louisville, via Atlanta and via St. Louis, CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL. Trains arrive and depart from the Depot, foot of Canal street, as folioss: DEPART. I ARRIVE. Express.......7:30 A. M. Mail............10 A. M. Mail..............5 P. M. I Express.......9:30 P. M. Pullman Palaoe Cars dailv to Louisville, Nash ville, Ltnchburg and Baltimore. WITHOUT CHANGE, and only one change to New York and Eastern cities. Ticket Office, corner of Camp and Common streets, opposite City Hotel. D. B. ROBINSON, Superintendent. Ja301y__NORMAN C. JONH S, Gen. Agent. __ EW ORLEANS, ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO RAILROAD COMPANY. GREAT JACKSON ROUTE. On and after JANUARY 31st, 1876, Trains depart and arrive a* follows: (From Calliope Street Depot.) N : . DEPART. Express.......7:20 A. M. Mail ...........5:30 P. M. Accommodation..4 P. M. ARRIVE. Express.......2:40 A. M. George Jonas, J. G. Gaines, C. Schneider, C. Kohn, T. L. Bayne, D. Urquhait. apl5 Cow Peas. 1 HOICK CAROLINA CLAY B "iOO tf* r 4> AM ViUjfnsai TO-DAY BY UNUCKF; \ 14 *«*0« ^ d8 3m ST % EEUNAim COAL CO., EARLINGTON, KV« W« S. CAMPBELL, Agent, SeW O^ans. OFFICES 22 CARONDELET STREET 4 DELTA STREET (over E. Conery tc. Son's). Coal—Coal—Coal, AT WHOLESALE AND BETAIL Planters, Steamships, Steamboats* and Families supplied at LOWEST MARKET RATES. Particular attention given to the supply of ftiel by contract for steam purposes within city limits. De pa to i Memphis, Tenn. Month of White River. Tunica Landing. New Orleans. . dl»'75 6m ltadp Mali..........1 P. M. Accomodation 9:20 A. M. Sunday Accom | modation____10 P. M. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars through to St Louis, Chicago, Louisville and Cincinnati Only one change of sleeping cars to Eastern cities. Tickets for sate and information given at 22 Camp strt et, corner Common. A. D SHELDON, Agent E . D. FROST General Manag er._ap!2 BANKERS AND BROKER S. jyEW ORLEANS SAVINGS INSTITUTION 156 Canal street. D. URQUHART. President; THOS. A. ADAMS, First Vice President; THOS. A. CLAKRE. Second Vice President; CE*S. J LEEDS, Third Vioe President ; C. KILSHAW, Treasurer. TBU8TE68 : Thos A. Adams, Thomas A. Clarke C. J Leeds, S. Jamii-on, A. Moulton, E. A. Palfrey, —AXD— CLAY MIXED PEA». In store and constantly arrivir g. For sate in lots to suit purchasers. NEWMAN Sc. KENT, Ii20 lm SO Tchoupitoulas street ELMONT HOTEL, 621, 623 and 625 WASHING _ ton street, BOSTON, (opposite G obe Theater). Located in the centre of the city, and easily reached by street cars and stages. Elevator, steam and all modern improvements. Rooms (European plan), *1 per day upward. A first-class Béstanrant and Pri vate Dining rooms, if preferred, at moderate rates. The most convenient location, a quiet and comfort able home, and first-class accommodations at prices adapted to the stringency of the times, are the spe cial advantages afforded at the "BELMÖNT." ja20 ly HARDY Sc. CO., Proprietors. John H. Carter having become connected with the house of Messrs. BRIGGS, PAYNE A CO., Wholesale Grocers, 17 and 19 Peters and 15 and 17 Fulton street, will he glad to have bis city and country friends give him a call. 1*7 tf EDUCATION.____ UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL Third street, near Dryades, GEO. C. PREOT, Principal. EUGENE D. SAUNDERS, First Assistant THOS. L. RAYMOND, Second Assistant The Spring Term of this School for Boys will begin On Wednesday, Feb. 16. R» forer ces —Faculty of the University of Virginia and Patrons of last Session. For circulars ana fur FI partie s lm GEO. C. PRXOT, Lock Box 904. rxOMMERCIAL A D CLASSICAL ACADEMY 247 St. Chari* s street. Day, and Night School. ROBERT M. LUSHES Principal. All the English branches, with the higbe Mathe matics and the Natural Sciences, and Modern and Ancient Languages thoroughly taught. Hours for bovs : 9 A. M. to 3 P. M„ and 6)4 to 9 P. M. Classes in French and Latin, for yonng ladies, from 3 to 4 P. M. For circulais, etc., apply at the Academv, ja2 eod 1 N otice to parents and other citi zens— Peabady Primary and Grammar Scheel, 247 St Charles street opposite Tivoli Circle. This Model School for the methodical instruction of Boji and Gii la, respectively, between 8 and 19 ; of age, under the direction of a competent and --*----* Prineii..... ' »body 6 MONDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER. yean i ______ an experienced Principal, will he opened In the Rooms of the Peabody Normal Seminary, at 9 A. M. 10NDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER. N. B.—Respectable children, who have been im lerfectlv instructed in crowded Primary Depart* sente of public schools, or who can not for any rea so-s, enter those sohools, are INVITED to attend this Model School; and their parents, and others fla voring this movement, are r- quested to confer with the Principal, or with the undersigned, betwean 9 and 10 A. M., on any day of the week. , . , „ ROBT. M. LUSHER, Agent of the Peal ody Educational Fund, and Stats Superintendent le jure of Public Education, Leu* pt. 14,1875. isiana. New Orleans. s!5tt JgLACKMANY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 131---------Carondalat 8treat.........131 Is open the ENTIRE YEAR from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Students wl o d* sire it can board at the College. Penmanship, Book-keeping, Mathematics, all the ordinary English branches and the ancient and mod em langoag s are taught by competent professors. Lessons for ladies in separate apartment. Terms r» duced twenty per cent J. W. BLACKMAN, Prin cipal___ Ja311y DOUBEAR COMMERCIAL COLLÈGE. 30 3.............. C anal Street...... .... 30 PENMANSHIP. BOOK-KEEPING. ARITHMBTÏO. Etc. A thorough Commercial Education Guaranteed. For terms, address LE VI DOLBEAR, Pres'dt tely _ 203 Canal street thlid fl oor. New Orleans Dental College. FREE DISPENSARY. Corner of Canal and Baronne Streets. The Ninth Regular Annual Session of this Instltu tion was commenced o- the 15th of November and will continue till the 15th of March, prox., under the direction of the following able Profess rs, via: WM. S. CHANDLER D. D. 8., J AS S. KNAPP, D. D. 8.. CHAS. E. KELLS, D. D. A, J. R. WALKÈR, D. 0. 8., ALFRED W. PERRY, M. D., FREDERICK LOBER, M D.. MARTIN VIET, i>. D. 8., and A F. McLAIN, M. l>., D D. 8. Whilst conducting FREE. PUBLIC CLINICS, In connection with a coarse of lectures, for the parpooe : the practise! departments ty have thought nicy er u> time, the poor of this city, by % _________,__________ extending a general in- itatlon to all those who'___ not the means of paying regular fees for dental op erations, to apply at the Infirmary, where they on have teeth extracted, diseased months, etc., treat ed tree of charge; and where other operations, requiring ihe nse of expensive materials, performed in the latest and mote approved methods, under the immediate supervision of members of the Faculty for a very little, if any more than actual cost Re ty Clinic hoars are from 9 o'clock A. M. to 12 M_ evoiy daw, Sunday excepted. A. F. McLAIN, M, D., D. D, 8., Dean of the Faculty, 167 Cantebtreet College Hall. " ' opposite the d5 An tmh6 nu; fenvenu, Knrgheedt & Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Tablets, Mantels. Railings, and all kinds of Marble Work, ------ - 1*4 ly Cemeteiy Rj ,__ 114 and 120 Carawstreet. Leon Qneyronse. Oscar HI QUEYROÇZE A BOIS, WHOLESALE GROCERS, ' . ■" Dealers in WINES AND LIQUORS, AND ALL KINDS OF WESTERN PRODUCE, At ihn Bln# Blare, .<*- . Ootmr Old Lavea and Bienville streets, Now Orleans. tny23 ly ___ h • M cCLOSKEY'S -RESTAURANT AXD DINING ROOMS, 70 and 72......... St a les Street.........70 and 7» The beet of nffiRg to be found In this market and at reasonable YMces. Large, airy and pleasant rooms up-stairs, for the accommodation of parties from Balls and for Private and Social Dinners and Suppers. Saloon open both day and night. dl2 lm RICHARD McCLOSKEY, Proprietor] New Orleans Lager. caspaITlusse, Noe. 476 and 478 CHARTKE8 STREET, Announces to proprietors of Beer-saloons and to the publie that having completed his immense ap paratus for manufacturing L*$©r "Boor, he is prepared to sell the same at wer price that any other home-made article, anu t as g-x»d quality «any similar article prod iced in the I-'it.ii Stet