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COUERCLAL MATTERS, Etc.
- The French Budget for 1877 estimates the $534,400,000, and the expenditures •t «1,030,000 less, and without proposing any inereas : of taxation there will be refunded I $5,000, C00 to the Bank of France. The whole advance of the bank will be repaid by 1879, I •ad then a reduction of taxes will be proposed! I New York Coffee Market. „ TNew York Bulletin, 21st inst.1 Bio coffee, with continued favorable advices from Rio Janeiro, has been ia better demand, •nd has sold at an advance to 15J@18j cents' Toe job well u that for .gold, for ordinary to p hing demand has impr invoices, and the marks^üoees very firm. The visible supply of Rio ob the 17th inst. "was stated at 664,506 bags, against 1,070,902 bags same time last year. statement includes the stock in sec . P°' t8 > wbi , cb esti ' at th« nam« tiinr^ a 8 a,ns & 210,000 bags I m&iarial f last year. There is also a I for the II a* f tbe 9 nan tity purchased I for the United States as compared with last year. While this is without dispute, there is nevertheless quite • large supply of coffee actually in the countfy, and that in first hands fully equals the stook held at this time last Is fs the supply in prospect whioh shows the most falling oft Jo regard to stocks I in second hands, there ie necessarily much uncertainty. The interior is not sufficiently bare of stock to cause any especial activity, but there is a lair demand, more than lately prevailed. The steamer Donotri is expected here iu a few days with about 11,000 bags. Pot mild coffee there has been a moderate de mand at steudv prices. The «Silver Question. [Bulletin's Washington Correspondence, 31st inst ] There is great interest manifested here in the silver question. A member of the House, hearing that the legal tender is worth more than silver coin, sent to a friend of his in New York to buy some lor him. He did it as test tor debs'e, and not as a speculation. He was informed that silver coin is at a premium over greenbacks, or else the shopkeepers would use nothing but coin for change, in order to advertise themselves as the first to use it. The Congressman was told that silver bullion was down in price below greenbacks, bat that silver coin was at a premium over greenbacks, because the latter could be paid in at the Custom-House for duties in sums less than five dollars. Mr. James G. Fair, of Nevada, the* great bonanzi man, told me that the Congressmen don't seem to understand the silver question. He says they ta k about silver as though it were somethiug of no value that they were digging out of the ground in Nevada. He says they can t ell all they can mine at fair and profitable prioes, and that it matters very little to them whether Congress puts silver coin in circulation or nob He says that the uses of silver for coin are governed by Eng land in the making of her exchanges witu India, China, Japan, ete. He s-dd he had received several orders in Washington from Europe for Filter, and that on Friday he re ceived a cable dispatch from London asking what he would take for 2,000,000 ounces. He answered that he would take 117$, and ex pects the order. He says be thinks it is time for people in Congress to appreciate that silver is not lead, and that the white metal they are digging out of the ground in Nevada has an intrinsic valus that is recognized all over the world. Senator Jonos is still reading up on the sil ver question. He Rtill insists upon the double standard of gold and silver, and will no doubt make a speecu in the Senate on this subject that will do him credit He says he proposes to exhaust the subject, but that he intends to wait until the bill gets through the Boise and it goes over to the Senate. He proposes to show that Germany will soon be obliged to take the lead iu Europe and remonetize silver ocHn, and that silver can not by any ukase or agreement of conventions be thrown out of its place among the metals having a steady intrinsic vaine. He says the American peo ple always want to buy things when they are high and sell them when they are low in price. It is very evident that there is a disposition in Congress to issue the $16.000,000 in coin that is now on hand at the Tietsury, so as to make the experiment with it, and keep coin ing for a few months to oontinne it till the next session of Congress, when the feasibility of the thing will have been tested. * The Business Outlook. [Cincinnati Enquirer, 22d inst.] There is little that is enoour tging in the present ou* look to the merchant and manu facturer. The masses of the consumers of | goods are th» working m< n of the country in _ _ _ be the cities und throughout the length und I bread h Of tho land, many Of whom h&T6 been I without work for a long time, and are conse- I qnently in debt. *lhe farmers have not real- I ized their expectations in prices Of their pro- I factious, und the country merchants in many instances find it difficult, if not impossible. to collect enough of their ontstondin« ac- L counts to meet their liabilities to the jobbers, . and the latter are not disposed to grant fur ther credit until the old scores are settled. p There will of course, be some trade as the spring open.«, but it will be restricted to comparatively narrow limits, and such is the u competition to sell when almost everything is *" produced iu excess of the consumptive de- I tnand, that profits are oat down to Wie lowest I on terms, and if any money is made in meroan-1 u -tile business this year it will probably be owing to good Inck more than to good man- I age ment, although it will doubtless require .good management to oondnot business so as | to avoid serious losses. It will hereafter be known as Fort " Sell.' The first science a driver teaches his males :ia gee-ologv-_ A man " Dawn East " returned his news paper to the printing office, with "jackass" written on the margin, and in the next issue ihe editor stated the fact, and wound up the paragraph by asking, " Will our indignant subscriber please to let ns know at what stable Jie can be fonnd ?" I and to a I for What the country needs at this time, what ihe plain people want, what they will insist upon and get if they are wise, is a "new deaL" Anything short of that will not meat I the urgeccy of the case. It is a case for root-1 and-branoh woTk, if there ever was one. — I bpringfield Republican, | In the coarse of yesterday's Congressional discussion 00 the ventilation question, Blaine | said that, " from some cause or other the air of the hall had never been so bad as this year;" and he eonld not aooount for it He seems to forget his having dag np and spread - out in it ail the skeletons and carrion of Andersonville, and torn opan within its walls all the old sores and ulcers of the war. And he seems oblivions of the fact that a thousand reeking oess-pools of Radical villainy and in famy, whisky rings, war and navy department rings, post-trader.hip«, Baboockery and Bal knappiog have been nnoovered thereabouts. No wonder the air is bad. The only marvel Is that, like a vast, exaggerated Upas Valley, it has not suffocated every man and beast m within a hundred leagues of it, and stifled the a very cherubim as they flew over it with patent- 1 nipper cloth^s-pics on their noses.— Weekly .Raleigh SentuH t2 50 Can win 15000 in gold coin ftext Grand Golden Drawing La. State Lottery Co., April 29th. Buy Your tickets ! Sail H $502,509 amounting Prize« 3580 Them are to •Gold. •vary bx. One chance Cnpitel Prine $100,000. I A paragraph has been going the rounds of the press for some time, stating that Caleb the I Gushing is the oldest Cabinet minister in date of appointment now living. This is a any I mistake. . The oldest Cabinet minister living I * a George Bancroft, who was appointed Seere tar y of the Navy, March 4,1845, by Prêt ident 1879, I Polk. Cushing was appointed Attorney Gen I erft l > n 1853 by President Pierce. In point of age Cushing outranks Bancroft less than a year; the former having been born January 17 > 1800 > and th ® 0ctober 3 * °* tbe " me J ea t.—Pittsburg Post - job for . oenaior ruorwu t* SUU (IUUU IS HttlU IU IOVC1VO ' a sslary of $20,000 perannura from the Alaska I Commercial Company. The elder Morton a I WI1S probably one of those " influential men " I who helped to secure that wonderful twenty As a gentleman was nearly run over in a narrow street by a dray, be shouted to the driver, "Do you want to kill me? whereupon the intelligent driver replied, "If I had knowed you was coming this way I would have sent you a postal card ! " Senator Morton's son John is said to receive last is last I de ] in He in to it He an | years' lease for the A'aska Company.— Ex. INKW A1) V ERTISEM Ei\'TS. H. CASSIDY, SAIL MAKER -AND COTTON DUCK AGENT, (Established in lä36) . No. 95 Camp Street, / NEAR POYDRAS. WHERE CAN BE FOUND THE LATGEST REST ASSORTED STOCK OS' COTFOX DUCK IN THE SOUTH, Embracing all widths, grades and numb rs. PLAIN AND FANCY AWNING STRIPES in great variety. R ocks of all eiz'-s, fr"m 2 inches up to the hrgest in -de, and ail ready fitted for use. AWNINGS. WINDOW and DOOR SHADES, GALLERY CURTAINS, ETC., Of all kinds, made to order at short notice, tnd satis faction given in st>le and price. TENTS, TAUPAULINS, DRAY and WAGON COVERS, Etc., Etc. A large stock constantly on band. I have always on hind a large sto'k of FRENCH, ENGLISH and AMERICAN BUNT INGS, for Flag- : and I keep in s oek and will manufacture to order, every desciipnonof AMERICAN, FOR EIGN AND FANCY FLAGS. I will give special attention to the getting up of every desetipti >u 01 Plain, Fancy aud Embroidered NILE FLAGS AND BANNERS, for military and other companies. Superior styles the I est workmanship aad Moderate Prices guar anteed. BAG MANUFACTORY'« I will make to order in any quant ty COFFEE, RICE, GRAIN, and ofier kinds of sacks: warranted in qual ty of material and at* le of » ora, and at nices wliich wil Defy Compition ire in all Quarters. Repairing promptly done. Trunks n ally covered Private families and others giving entertainmen s can have THEIR YARDS COVERED OVER with canvas, and suitable dycor.itions, .portable tablts, lights; etc., will be furnished at short notico and on the most reasonable Urins. mh35 nos rpHE LARGEST STOCK OF FINE RHINE OF Wines in the South. Also, French and Native Wines, Kirsh and Zwetshwasser, Jamaica and Santa Crux Rums, Preserved Fruits, and many other deli cacies for the coming holi- ays. For sale at F! HOLLANDER'S, ui25 lm 59 Cnst'»mhnn«e .freet V O, Chutas anti Japan Peas# vjiHE INTRODUCTION OF THESE CROPS throughout the South -will enable us to keep our stock and fill our smoke-houses as cheaply as it i an be done in tae "West. The Chufa is planted in I tidge like potatoes, fields on common land200 bashels I per acre of the richest feed, unequaled for fattening I hogs, poultry — *nd children. One acre will fitteu I more hogs thin 'en acres of the best corn, besides I furnishing grazing all sum I er. For the truth of these cUim , we rcfer to üüit d stat69 commissi »er of Agriculture, Washington, or to any agricultural paper L the Soalh Pri „ mail pa id, 20 cents . k 40 centB » / int . 76 Znu\ quart; by ex 7* ' 1 ' * p ' p ' * . TheJapan a PB * faU ? '»tabhshed its merits several p*"»*«? 0 . a ^is now in un,versai demand. It grows u P ri K ht Uke * ootton 8talk - is cultivated Uke corn *" d y ieM * from 15010 300 bushels an acre onordinaiy I laad - stock of all kinds relish it and thrive highly I on it without other feed. Also excellent for table u ** (after boiling about a week.) Price, by mail, postage paid, 15 cents a package, "30 oen-e a pint, 50 I cents a quart; by express, <3 per peck, f 10 per bushel There seeds are sa scarce and custly that we cannot | make any discount to whol sale dealerB or granges. When Southern planters grow their own stock-feed I and fatten their own hogs we shall he,r no more of bard limes and ''middlemen," for this will put an end to both. If you fsar to invest largely it will cost but a trifle to try these seeds, and unless your experience differs from all others, yon will be forever thankful I for the trial. Address, A. F. WHITE A CO., mh25 lmop Nashville, Tenn. Lager Beer—Lager Beer. 50 CASKS, PINTS AND QUARTS, OF \V. Z. LEMP'S ST. LOUIS BOTTLED LAGER BEER, I Superior to Bremen tr any other offered in this mar. ' , I ket > an<1 considerably cheaper. | j- or Ml i 0 by all wholesale Grocers and Liquor L. MISCHE A CO., 39 and 41 Common street. Agents. Houses, | m hi 9 3 t Rumps, Extra Prime, Etc. 100 BARRELS RUMP PORK. 100 barrels Extra Prime PORK. 100 barrels Prime Mess PORK. 100 barrels Family Clear PORK. 50 haft-kspel* Pig PORK. 25 casks Bas— Clear SIDES. 25 casks Bacon C. R SIDES. 25 casks Bacon SHOULDERS. 1000 barrels Mess PORK. Arriving aud in store. _ For sale by K. K. CONVERSE, m hls 5t _ 8« Magazine street a wninss. Gallery Curtains, Etc. 1 ~ j, o. nriXiiiSn. 107 POYDRAS STREET, (Formerly Cassidy A Mi'ler.) Maker and Cotton Back A? A c T Jr.; dam ican is onf, Sail assortment of COTTON TENTS, TARPAULINS, H as on hand a lay DUCK of all uidt FLAGS, etc. made CURTAINS Etc. GALLERY AWXINGs, years MILLER, prioes. to eider at lowest Poydras street. M7 5lhp of in a Gen of a tbe " a the had for of of s TO RENTS inserted in this column, not exceeding one square, FIFTY CENTS. - 4 . , — — - — F OR RENT—COTTAGE —TEN ROOMS. 231 Jackson street between Carendelet. and Brain ard. Apply to C C. TWICHELL, mh'25 tf 114 Common ■ t eet. RENT —A COMFORTABLE COTTAGE house, furnished or unfurnished, with largo yard. Aptly at 280 Philip street, between Pry ta nia and S'. Charles. mhitt 2 t* T°h. qiO BENT—HOUSE NO. 134 CANAL STREET, A between St. Charles an 1 Caronde'et. If desir» ble, ihe upper fart will be rented separate. Apply on the premises to - mhlti lm _ A. F. WEBER. F OR RENT—STORES NOS. 43, 53 AND 57 ON St. Louis street, and No. 110 on Ro- al str. et, all on ground floor of St. Loui. Hotel (State House). For particulars and terms, apply to Stats Auditor, corner Chartres and St. Louis streets m hl9 lm F or rent—the 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. "Lehman, abraham & co., Îa9 tf Orr* viov ei »roof F or an office ok club kuum»— «. com modious front second floor, at 62 Camp street, next to the Picayune. Cheap to a pn mm paying tenant. F2 WeFi ASutf F OR RENT—FURNISn ED ROOMS FOR GEN tiemen. Apnlv at LEIGHTON'S Shirt store, cor ner Canal and St. CharleB streets. • jai tf COPARTNER 8H1PS. T 1HE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST ing in til's city, undrr the firm name of SIEWERI) A KIP, has been disolved by mutual onsent. Mr. A. P. Kip will sign th» name of the firm in liquidation. A. H. SIEWERD, A. P. KIP. New Orleats, March 1, 1876. W E, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE THIS DAY formed a copart' ership under tfce name of SIEWERD Sl THOMPSON, for the purpose of Milling Rice, and we hereby give notice that we will conduct our i usiness at the Thompson's Rice Mi Nos. 62 and 64 Decatur stre t, in this cily, of which we are the proprietors, where we will be pleased see our old friends and customers. As a guarantee of our abili y to conduct said busi ness propel lv, we need till refer to our pa*t ex perience in the bnsintss, sBd siew r having been one of the owners and managers of the Perseverence Rico Mill, on Elysian Fielus street, for the past si years and said Thompson lia' ing been engaged i the business fjr the past tw-elve years, and as own-r and manager o said Thompson's Rice Mill fur t past two years. A. H. SIEWFRD, T. J. THOMPSON. New Orleans, March 18, 1876. mb IP 5t T he partnership heretofore fxi ing in this city under tho firm name of SIE WERD A KIP has been dissolve,i by mut ai o. sent. M . A. P. Kip will s:gu the name of the ti in liquidation. A II. SIEWARD, A. P. KIP. New Orleans, March 1, 1876. T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY f rnied a copaitnership under tiie tiiin name KIP A RUCH, and will continue ihe liic • Miiin Business at the Perseverance Rice Mi Is, », 10, 12 a ti ll Elysian Fiel :s street, where they respectful solicit a conti, h inco ox the pa rouage lieio.oloi' lib. rally bestowed. A. P KIP, ' LOUIS RUCH. New Orleans March 1. 1876. mh!6 4t FURNITURE. FURNITURE. FURN TU RE m ut B.HUBBARB SI Ull RH Estabiisliecl ( 84 < 9 | GEXEKAL GKAND RUSH — TO THE — OLD RELIABLE CHEAP CAS It FURNITURE HOUSE — OF — « jos. 33 . ïxufsaARp 123 Rampart Street, corner Perdido, and S4 86, 88, 9D and 92 Peidido Street, Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERED GOODS, SPRING BED BOTTOMS, MATTRESSES of every description, and FEATHERS, Etc. BEDROOM FURNITURE IN WALNUT, OAK ROSEWOOD and MAHOGANY. With or Without Glass Door ARMOIRS, veiy cheap PARLOR SUITS, of my Own Manufacture, Covered to Suit the Taste and Purse of Anybody, Very Cheap. Also, DINING-ROOM, LIBRARY,, HALL, and OFFICE FURNITURE, CHEAP ! CHEAP ! CHEAP * A General Assortment of COMMON FURNITURE for the Country Trade, Now CHEAPER THAN EVER. The Pub*ic will find it to their ADVANTAGE to convince themselves before Purchasing Elsewhere. JOS. B. HUBBARD, F29 3m_ 122 Rampart, corner Perdido street. Cow Peas. Low Peas. c HOICE CAROLINA CLAY AND CLAY MIXED PEAS. Just received aud constantly arriving. For sale in lots to suit purchasers. A. A. GREENWOOD & CO-. No. 47 Magazine st. mbl9 tf Jeffrey's Sparkling Ale, Byass's Champagne Pale Ale, JpiNE OLD PORT and SHERRY WINES, Etc., SCOTCH, IRISH, BOURBON and RYE WHISKY, OLD TOM GIN, JAMAICA and SANTA CRUZ RUM, Etc., For sale by JOHN TURPIN, 155 Common street, opposite St. Charles Hotel. SOLE AGENT for John Jeffiey A Co., Edinburgh. mhlS 3t Chilperic. T he great stallion chtlperic-will stand for the seasou at Mr. J. N. Shawhan's stables, 235 Gravier street. Charge, Ï25 for the season. CHILPERIC was sired by American Star, Jr.; he by running horse American Star, s»n of Durock; ho by imported Diomed. American Star'* dam was by Sir Henry; grand dam by imported Messenger. CHILPERIC'S dam b 7 Abdalla, a pacing mare that eonld make her mile in 2:28. Amer ican Star eonld trot a mile in 2:28)6. CHILPERIC is a splendid chestnut sorrel, sixteen hands high, five old, remarkably fleet. and beat stallion years an 7 mhlSlm — 231 nia all •yARIETlES THEATER- . % LADIES' WEEK AT THÜT'XADIES' THEATER.' MISS MARY ANDERSON, Proclaimed by the critics of the town " The Future Queen of Tragedy." Wednesday Evening. Also Saturday Matinee, EVADNE. Wednesday Matinee Thursday Mrs. CHANFRAU As DORA, (only time.) ROMEO AND JULIET. Farewell Benefit Friday Friday, (Ben tit) and Saturday, j MEG MERRILIES (first time.) Monday, March 27—OURS. mh22 s T. CHARLES THEATER— of of of Sunday Evening, March 19. and uiit.l further notice. THE KlttiLKVBROTHERS have th' pleasure to announce 10 the New Orleans S ublic that they have procured the sole right ot pro. ocing in tbs United States Adolphe d'Ensrv's (author of the Two Orphans) aud Jules Verne's great spectacn'ar drama, AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS, with all its beautiful .cenery, costumes aud parapher nalia THE PORTE ST. MARTIN B VLLET TROUPE. First apnnarance in America, of MLLE. LETOUNEUR, Premiere Absoluta, sup ported by a full corps de ballet The 1 ast of characters will comprise the leading members of the St. Ch rles Theater Company. Grand family matinee WEDNESDAY and SATUR DAY. mhl9 tf ß ID WELL'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY *nd WEDNES DAY, Manh 19, 20, 21 and 22, and at the Wed nesday Matinee, the celebrated Pantomime Actor, Mr. HERNANDEZ FOSTER, in his novel and original characterization of " MON DAY," in the new sensation, romantic, nautical drama from F. auk Leslie's Weekly, dramatized exnre8sly fur Mr. Hernandez, entitled JACK HARKAWAY AFLOAT AND ASHORE; thrilling, tableaux, gorgeous scenery, elegant dree ses. powerlul situât ons, terrific combats and lots of fan. THURSDAY, FRIDAY anil SATURDAY, March 23, 21 and 25, ab>o at the Saturday Matinee, the entirely new plav. written f r Mr. Foster by D. IDnson Kelly. Esq., ROBINSON CRUSOE— Hernandez Fester as '• Friday "—for 1 ever ) ad a man a more f ithful, living a d sincere friend, than my man Friday. This favorite drama will be produced with entirely tiew scenery and the proper appointments. SUNDAY March 26 Th<* great emotional actress, Misi LUCILLE WESTERN, fer a .iinited n- m ber of nights. mbl9 H E LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR, Having under their cure over 159 Infirm and Helpless Old (People. Are at present greatly in need of assistance, and aid 'hem in tieir nob e chanty a G HAND ENTERTAINMENT Will be given at fae OPERA HOUSE. ON WEDNESDAY APRIL 19, 1876, * * At 7:30 P. # M., Under the auspices of tho ladies of this city. Tickets »1. . ' mh23 td yyENGEK'S GARDEN 11 aid 13 R'onrhon street. H. WENGER, Proprietor! Largest Hall in tho city. Best European and American Journals on file. TWO FINE ROOMS for Families wi h separate entrance. Best Wines aud Liquors. Fi st-class Restituant, moderate prices. PHIL BEST'S Celebrated Milwaukee Lager Beer st FIVE CENTS per glass. : jal3 )y gUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. Paid up Capital, $500,000. TWENTIETH ANNUAL STATEMENT, FOR THE YEAR 1875. Amount of premiums for the year..........*.......... $452,988 19 Less nnterminated risks and returned premiums....... 108,734 07 Net earned premiums.................... $344 254 12 Discount and interest.................... 34,629 58 Losses paid, reinsurances and unadjusted losses........ $143,763 80 General expenses, taxes and rent...................... 53,833 80 Reserve fund, fit,060, and dividend on stock, 10 per cent..................... 59,547 48 $378,883 70 $257,143 08 Net profit..........................$121,738 62 Assets of the company estimated at .htir cash market value— Bends, stocks, loans and bills receivable...............$421,102 43 Cash on hand.....•........... 163,833 10 Premiums in course of collec tion...................... 40,506 24 Total assets........................ $625,441 77 The Board of Directors, at a meeting held on the 19th day of January, 1876, after setting aside TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS to the RESERVE FUND, from the net earnings of the year, and paying TEN PER CENT DIVIDEND to the stockholders, re solved to pay a CASH DIVIDEND of THIRTY FIVE PER CENT, off the net earned participating premiums for the year ending December 31, 1875. < JAMES L DAY, President. HORACE CARPENTER, Secretary. DIRECTORS FOR 1876. Jno. G. Gaines, Richard Flower, J. L. Barris, E. J. Hart, J. Weis, D. A.Chaffraix, Hy Rensbaw, B. W. Taylor. L. Alcns, Hugh W îlson, J. O. Morris, Isaac L. Hat s, B. Biscoe, James L Lay, S-ott McGekee, A. Baldwin, Lionel C. Levy, Geo. Jonas. Chas. Macready, Emory Clapp, D. Fatjr, W. E. Seymour, T. L. Airey. This old and reliable company is issuing policies on fire, rivi r and marine risks on the moit favorable terms. All losses adjusted and settled npon the most liberal tenue and promptly paid at their office, 52 Camp street. mh23 UD0LPH0 WOLFE'S AKOM^pIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPIJS. The Celebrated and only WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. ESTABLISHED J1828. Acknowledged by the whole Medical Faculty as a TONIC, DIURETIC, ANTI DYSrEPTIC AND INVIGORATING CORDIAL, Called for aad aaed by thousands. Is still offered to all whom 1$ map concern by the sole agents in New Orleans and for Louisiana, SMITH BROTHER & CO., 83. 85. 87 and 89 Poyd-as street, N. O, N. B.—Beware of counterfeits and imitations. *1 2n 6m eod5p TH08 NUGENT. J. A. K1LLIEUX. NEW ORLEANS SHOEING SHOP, ..............Basin Street............ 94 Between Perdido and Gravier st* T9 3m NEW ORLEANS. ^OSSMORE HOTEL, Junction of Broadway. 7th Ave. and 42d Street NEW YORK CITY, Three blocks west of the Grand Central Depot, near the Elevated Railroad, and bat twenty mini tes from Wal* street; a new and elegantly furnished Hotel—all modern improvements. Rates $4 per day. Liberal terms to families. C. S. A. E. to W. T CHARLES LELAND, Proprietor i Clftrendon Tunica Delevan Albany, Hotel, FIB THE GRAH 9 SRS' Life and Health Ins. Co. -OP the UNITED STATES OP AMEEICA. HOME OFFICE, 46 St. Michael St* MOBILE« ALABAMA. Present Capital Stock, $400,000. Authorized Capital, $4,500,000. WM. H. KKTCHUM, President. F. E. DAVIDSON, Vioe Présidant. R, W. FORT, B. D. LAY, Actuary. W. G. ENGLAND, Gen. Supt. D. B. B ES TOR, GEO. A. KETCH UM, M. D., Medical Director. President and General Manager, Alabama Department......Hon. N. N. CLEMENTS, President and General Manager, Mississippi Department....CoL J. W. BECK, Meridian, President and General Manager, Georgia Department.......Major C. G. wamtjet G a. Security, Economy and Liberality are the leading principles of this Company. ^ All approved forms of Life and Endowment Policies issued. Also, Tenn Policies of One, Three,Five Seven years. Accident Policies issued for any time, from three days to twelve months nlTtr a m KAILROAD 8 . tJ«HE MOBILE LINE- THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE -TO THE EAST. NORTH Ati D WEST. Tin Louisville, via Atlanta and via St. I oui«, CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL, Trains strive and depart fiom tho Depot, foot of Canal street, as folio « s : DEPART. I ARRIVE. Esto-® 88 .......7:30 A. M. Mail............10 A. M Mail.....-........ 5 P. M. I Express.......9:30 P. M Pullman Palace Cars daily to Louisville, Nash 'rille, Lvnchbmg and Baltimore. WITHOUT CHANGE, and only one change to New York and Eastern citits. Ticket Office, correr of Camp and Common streets, opposite City Hotel. D. B. ROBINSON, Superintendent Ja301y NORMAN C. JON 8 S Gen. A gey. ^EW ORLEANS, ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO * RAILROAD COMPANY. GREAT JACKSON ROUTE. On and after JANUARY 31st, 1876, Trains depart and arrive as follows: (From Calliope Street Depot.) DEPART. ARRIVE. Express.......7:20 A. M. I Express.......2:40 A. M. Mail...........5:30 P. M. Mail..........1 P. M. Accommodation. .4 P. M | Accomodation 9:20 A. M. I Sunday Actom • • I modation____10 P.M. Pnllman Palace Sleeping Cars through to St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville and Cincinnati. Only one chauge of sleeping cars to Eastern cities. Tickets f.-r sale and infqjmation given at 22 Camp strict, corner Common. A. D SHELDON, Agent E. D. FROST General Manager. _ ap!2 B ANKERS* IV I) BHGKEK jyEW ORLEANS SAVINGS INSTITUTION— 156 Canal street. D. URQUHART. President; THOS. A. ADAMS, First Vice President; THOS. A. CLAKKE. Second Vice President j ■CH 4 S. J LEEDS, Third Vice President; C. KILSHAW, Treasurer. lUUbfKes: Thus A. Adams, Themas A. Clarke C. J Leeds, S. JamLon, A. Moulton, E. A. Palfrey, George Jonas, J. G. Gaii.es, C. Schneider, C. Kohn, T. L. Bayne, D. Urqunai t apl5 Cow Peas. 4 HOICE CAROLINA CLAY —AND— CLAY MIXED PEA«. In store and constantly arrivir g. For sale in lots to soit purchasers. NEWMAN A KENT, '20 lm 50 Tchonpitonlas street B elmont hotel, 021.623 and 02 s washing lon street, BOSTON, (opp-site G.obe Theater). Located in the centre of the city, and easily reached bystreet <ars and stages. Elevator, steam and all modern improvements. Rooms (European plan), $1 per day upward. A first das» Restaurant and Pri vate Dining rooms, if preferred, at moderate rates. The most convenient location, a quiet and comfort able home, and first-class accommodations at prices adapted to the stringency of the times, are the spe cial advantages affordt d at th« "BELMONT." ja20 ly HARDY A CO., Proprietors. John H. Carter having become connected with the house of Messrs. BRIGGS, PAYNE A CO., Wholesale Grocers, 17 find 19 Peters and 15 and 17 Fulton street, will be glad to-have his city and country friends give him a call. fa7 tf rjPÜ AM PAiffriwa TO»DAY BY UXIACKF 14 VGB dB 3m ST. BERNARD COAL . CO., EABL1NGTON, KY. W. S. CAMPBELL* Agent, New Or/eans. OFFICES 22 CARONDELET STREET. 4 DELTA STREET (over E. Conery A Son's). Goal—Coal—Coal, T WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. Plantera, Steamships, Steamboats and Families supplied at LOWEST MARKET RATES. Particular attention given to the supply at foal by contract for steam purposes within city limits. , _ TO Month Memphis, Ten. White River. »ne Tunica New Orleans. in 8 » and 1 Ul at let "K® She of _____ EDUCATION. UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL— Third street, near Dryade«, GEO. C. PREOT, Principal. EUGENE D. SAUNDERS, First THOS. L. RAYMOND, Second The Spring Term of this School for Boy* wiB 1 On Wednesday, Feb. 1$. Ri frrerces—Faculty of the University of Virata* and Patrons of last Session. For circular* and tap. ther particulars, address GEO. C PRKOT F151m Lock Box *04. COMMERCIAL A' D CLASSICAL ACADEMY y 247 St. ChciT s street Day and Night School. ROBERT M. LUSHES Principal. *— All tho English branches, with the high» maiics and t he Natural Sciences, and Modern and Ancient Languages thoroughly taught. Hoorn Mr bovs ; 9 A. M, to 3 P. M., and 6H to 9 P. M. Clanaen in French and Latin, for young ladies, from 3 to 4P. , „For circulais, etc., apply at the Academy. jaa eoQ N 0 I zens^° PAJU5;nts and ot her cm Peabody Primary and Grammar *»-»- —\ _, 2 U 8J- Charles street, opposite Tivoli Circl* Tina Monel School for the methodical instmotte* of Boys and Girls, respectively, between 8 sad 19 years of age, under the direction of a competent aad an experienced Principal, will be opened la tba Rooms of tho Peabody Normal Seminary, .to a m MONDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER. 3 N. B.—Respectable children, who have bee* perfectly Instructed in crowded Primary Denari ments of public schools, or who ran Dot, (or any re*, soc, enter thoso schools, are INVITED to attsad this Model School; and their parents, and others f*. opting this movement are r quested to confer with the Principal, or witn the undersigned, betweaa 9 and 10 A. M., on any day of the week. » . . .v « ROBT. M. LUSHES Agent of the Peal ody Educational Fund, and I Superintendent le jure of Publio Education, isiana. New Orleans, pt. 14, ie75. > Education, j *15 tt J^LACKMAN'8 COMMERCIAL college, 131............Carendelet Btraas_________l $1 Is open the ENTIRE YEAR from 8 A. M. t# * F. M. Students wl o desire it can hoard at the Collenu Penmanship, Book-keeping, Mathematics, aUtU ordinary English branches and the ancient and mri ern langnag s are taught by competent professera. Lsse w» f or ladies in separate apartment. Terms to. duc^weuty per cent J. W. BLACKMAN, Pita cip ** Ja311y BOIsBEAR commercial. COLLEGE. 303.............. Caul Btreat________ PENMANSHIP. -- BOOK-KEEPING, . .. ARITHMBTXD. (BML A thorough Commercial Education Guaranteed. For terms, address LEVI DOLBEAR. Pree'dA le» ly 903 Canal street thlid tom. New Orleans Dental College^ FREE DISPENSARY. Corner of Canal and Baronne StreriA The Ninth Regular Annual Session of this Inattt* tion was commenced ou the 15th of November and will continue till the 15th of March, prox., under the direction of the following able Prsfes. rs.via: WM. S. CHANDLER D. D. 3., JAS S.KNAPÎ» D.D 8. CHAS. E. KELLS, D. D. «, J. R. WALKER, d! Dk S., ALFRED W. PERRV*, M. D., FREDERICK LOBER, M D.. MARTIN VIET, Ù. D & *dA F. McLAIN, M. D., D D. S. Whilst conducting FREE. PUBLIC CLINICS, te connection with a course of lectures, for the i of perfecting its pupils in the practioal depai tmeate a* cbe College, the Faculty have thou, it prefer ta beoefit, at the same time, the poor of this city, bv extending a general invitation to all those wholwy« neaus of paying regular fees for dental em to apply at the Infirmary, where they ea* i ^tracte d, di seased months, etc., testa ed tree if charge^ s*d whets other opérâtes**. not the means of paying entions, to have teeth if charge« ___ _ , , ■ tk ® "«> of expensive materials, pnifotmta in too latest and must approved methods, ondw fhs immediate *npervlsion of members of the Facnltv. for a very little, if any more than actual ooot Eté spectable persons need not heeitate about applying for dental treatment, as they will be rooctred mi courteously as at the best dental oflioea in the city. ty Clinic hoars are from 9 o'clock A. M. te la ir every day, Sunday excepted. _ . „ -4.F. McLAIN. M, D., D. D. 8-, X'iT'' c "* 1 SS1SP nm» Knrsheedt Sl Bienvenu, Monumente. Tombe, Headstones, Tablet«. Cemeteiv- Railing«, and all kind« of Marble WarK 114 and 120 Camp aReet j* j. Leon Qneyrouse. QUEYROUZE a BOIS, WHOLESALE GROCERS, ° Dealen In WINES AND LIQUORS, AND ALT, inn^ m WESTERN PRODUCE, At the Bias Btsrt, Corner Old Levee and Bienville «treeta, How < my23 Iy M cC LOSKEYS RESTAURANT DINING booms, TO Mid 72.........St Charles Street........ »ne surra tories of ling the bidden ox the preeeat, i future. She also pe*. the unhappy > to S etiMr. TO and 7» The best of everything to be found in this ——x-« and at reasonable prices. Large, airy and pleasant rooms np-stairs, for the accommodation of partlea from Balls and for Private and Social Dinners aad open both day and night. ■ ° RICHARD McCLO SKEY. PropifetepJ TV|ADAM EMMA, THE GREAT MAGNETIC 1 »A and Healing Doctress. who has cured hundreds Ul "9LS7 " er w °udc rful power, can be consnlted at No 218 ST. JOiEPH STREET, between Caronta let and Baronne, from 9 A. M. nntil 7 P. M. X 4 . H— Emma is the most scientific healing medium of the "K®- can cure all diseases the human family 1« subject to, both male and female. She nosstsaeana mirMulous power, but practices on the «teictoet eta ectific principle*. Her wonderfu power from a child enables her u> read the destiny of the human family. She lurpiiae* hundreds b- —'J*