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Clow writes t e foflowe io the ale naekm eo C~r Jo"rCn t- he the al imporiant e sThject of Loni;eane', M vgar ianeresih : na Sstat tead in tome persodc f, .rat aere wase hoe a meetng ofr the Ubolede :* bror anos end sem plea of eupp.i ing the defic ey f Tb the mugar crop in this on:ry, ed it wasa t estaled thst it reqmured the export of of hundred iiE of dollars in pecie, to mIet the dem d iE te Nor thern stere. abjdee of no doubt that the aroeuestt boan ss tih am bt svera or prion Idollars, of it sthe sadesy i po aboudt l, tnit nere as shue asluems of mote hol The reear · of d ane esting was that it was to the ideret of e erth plao of enpplge ti growth ofe thef i the s el brop, in eier toar its conversionr a aseoridrd of am rplio d fdoilty, to scie, p doed ehct in tu beet crop of Erlliole. te ase tn it is remported ao rnted popla7- remr tem of ran2 tos of ser, and ,the othern ato iaocem of Europe, whTre the beet- roots on otin ewad tt i few acr to the ints of l oe tie Nbeth to ecoaurage the growth of the Kde rieti beet, is order to is copvereion hood o aschane will yield more than five time s into sme uar, oerto are in tho North oroi oi Sthea any l s the ao dvantage of central a cas ds ad of reasrpapre l fertioty, to sarp- ps falytries ondeted by skilled scientific labor, which in theis untryop of eud oe d t on a raetm to w hmt respeted chepopn ti of authority, and o ro the way, strong badvoate of it producte to Europe, ty ro n rege rd st its fy e sds and pibore r.1 sar cane adan beet rootd tht subecte a hid tahe ot stinatie cea fewpacrir of lad aton i will be founill t the jie ternted frotime i the sorme nmaer of facre in the Norper centar ofet waod prode at, wed in theat obaine ro they aver o-th a u ot more tLan froml e Sto r.L2 per cent." A±.rmpected hem-n of Bca authority, and oy theswja, a strong gra adve paty of the tprwo oe i tiha of theE e ca caie nd a beet root, b abjeeedo of suarto i ill be f rtha the juice of the beet from t formaer cy otf imprium 15 tthe p:opor- c s ofes of egummyane mttr, e tha on mattersd frm the latter te ca to th moree itn trom b at while the ea a of sod ud potsh are a Stmore b per t. Ad in the smell and of ttol, "the toe teas ciperior to the other mc the pinreapple of the Ajtie., is t of the in der, pple the n Aic of the beet at - rei, asste iblet of peculor fand potase in the haiet moar sadt. Ad in ther alw ys prefers asae, athear, ct u c pot oet tohe other s o etronc to tarlk of It n competton to sthbs ne pplgae of thAnd for th k of ar idieg apple of c olus. Ao delia u te tu-te is e o uppl of ing the decincy oin the orthern market, let us take an retmspetrs a tne supply of sgr beo the t s war. lo 1 a 1t61. ta he ep o. lnd af r the Lt of a a jest of supplying the depiciony of Whe eorthr rom aoket,ult s take a rettrpect g, at the supply of B anyr beore the wre . se n 1e61,:e ther coe ofo segr in Lousiad a amounted to 0.41u hogseaeds, and the molaes to g2,1t4,0~ gajlous, which cans ed so great a glut of the marker, that the best quality of brown suger solb for 3., h while moleseso was such a drg tn toe market, that it would not pay the expense of barrels, freight and chrt- - In fact this was the case as eary as 1-3 4. This quantity was produced on I Ct i plantaiuce. which was an average of about I 391) hodgherds to the planttson. While now from about 1 24.5 place, little and big, reported in one of the reports of 1,5 6, there was only about l63.t1) hogalheada made on an average of I=Z hogsheas to the place. But moy of thoae reported re aervd all their ane for eed, and others I planted on a smail scale, and had their crops ground a neighboring mill, and some on horse mills anrod evaporators; so I that if all thoe were deducted, the number of old mills thrt were bqlt befwo the war, now in operatona, would be found to he coeadcerably lee thas 1,2NI. Many of the large milt were destroyed darin he war by fire and many more by eree oni the Muiseippi, and others were forfeited un mortgae to the Cit arena' and otBer bnks ; Others bave gone to ruin by the deese of the original pro paeors ad I to bemoe ome mnnors, and -othus ivirg in remote Ste etc. akeingd it all togehet thkoslt industry ias in a dilapidated condition, but a1l that is soeeed is the ue of Northerna epiuital oand eaoerg to reasitate it, and makn it as vigoroms amd as capab:e of supplyingd the dmrnd of the roleIra co.atry it was inr sod *o, naerl ofd rs*eneareof. Itsr x snit aa the mo potent of archemst a whnea ii stprnv .tru supemra-em mo dvn, inch.,eo the x e al ol vIruas. It asl m t cme besints unknown to or satin. rad a heed acr themlity. It is the stem power cf the mera anead spnlalu w~Oi. It nehas as so happy that we took in van f," portien of Ite elct. bAd c.t ocr Lord adrm thaL th. road to Heaven wa narrr cad rug 1aed: shat thwe who morn:. who softer perm- onon ahre Id t YeT. : fe are p.rverang arn .d CoOntaiely intd. a rot o:r l:fe a pr pmtal calits ad wrhr will oar deat be bet the.cout of Gedd'e loag ars around ee 3mm is truth ismf but has lie not de al h ereml A! e rad Ia eoesasialy LMErICAN LABOR ORgt.YIZ4TIO-S& (aew Trek seral The Tbe aumber of trade orgisastions in the Ca"e United Staes are eooparatlvely few. The his 11 Botelhbood of Losoem ive Uagiaedrs, who Aa Igveso inr :esi tly in the preset ge rail.O road reol, we organised in 1663. md has a iok Umebeship of about fourteen thousand, and nearly two huadred braneh. Candidates for Their adrminios to she Brotherhood most be wite by th om. not les tshe tsenty-onm years old, able to read and write, of temperate abits an good meral ebaraer, and with at lat one yuar'e piosee .s an engineer. The follow- who, ant is a t of the oietis ith branhe t ore dierenat tatst: OsW- Member. a rail ThseM r no~s isesd Brsen. I Pios riest IPtetlahasi T rae rs.. s 173 w for a YmesisIta ad$laemstld.... leJs 164 1.100 lMueMlsd, MoMu i, snetsias..... i&.0 13 7.0 on re Vrgeee of Leemetive es. ot he 4 ec S ............ ...........L is 14, reply, ersTaos' D ai 1 do s an a rer Cose " a Iaestursl tnl oe.. e 1 5,su they tisem Itruausl UO ...s 1S97 347 3351 imiita r ed ses r olf e......... .. -- 41 i I at which existed for years :n different tee- North Penylvai, Ohi iu Indian, Iowa, Maryland, Missouri. Kanuas, Tennessee a West Virginia. The Sojeity of the United ol Sons of Velcan comprises iron paddlers and other workers in metals. The local unions are called "forges " In addition to the above there strike are the Bricklayers' National Uniono. the United the of Order of American Plasterers, the House Paint- T era Union,. the Hat Finishers' Association. the whick Knighte of St. Crispin (shoemakers), the Order here a of Moroeco Dressers, the Journeymen Horse shoers' Union. the 8society of Locomotive Fire- ta men and the Mole Spinners of Cotton Factories. not a PROPO9sD SATIOrA-L '&DI&ATION. a parl The financial panic of l',3 was followed by veysi a large reduction In the membership of many at on of the Unions. In the city of New York the they aggregate membership in that year was 45000, they and in a few months there was a falling off of been 10,000 members. In 1871 the Criepins had 300 is api branches and 70,000 members; now they have tics mearcely a general organization, though some pries remnants survive In the national trade as a a anions of the United Staten the legislative if the power is confided to an assembly of delegates, tailo to which each local body sends a representa- they tive. The qnalification for membership noa- can; ally includes apprenticeship. In the Biether- pert, hood of Loeoeetive Engineers, the Iron Mould- to Ca era' Union and some others, the feastre so rural largely developed in the English societies ap- regal pears to some extent A tendency toward federation has manifested itself among trades Mr anions in the United States, as the organist- for a flon of the Workingmen's Assembly of New burg York, which. however, bad but a brief exist- care Ic. I 176 am Amalgaemated Association of loge, Iron Workers was formed, embracing societies his a sviodly existiag in different branhe of the gage ron trade. ?he National Lbo. Uion Aso- bail iration met in Baltimore in 1856. and although coml I aspiring to represent the workingmen of the sume r country, it gradually took the form of a politi- whet cal party, and in several States in the Union he a labor reform ticket is regularly presented to estal the voters for osupport. There is a Labor mai League of the United tates, with headquar- bril ters at Washington, but it has no vitality. chat i Though the communistic doctrines of the In- in N ternationalists have made considerable pro- larg I grees in England, they have not crept in to a any noteworthy extent in the labor organiz- Ai f tiuna in this country, still there are occasional Exe o indicatioas of the existence of a small but cha persevering element of that mischievous char- lish n acter. They are usnally refugees not properly Hill Sdentted with the working massee, and a few the L harebrained and visionary individuals who tak d will make acy sacrifice to bring tbemselves won a before the public view. of An o:d won.an sat in the depot, and her wit e carp-t-bag and baize umbrella rested against the the next seat. The folds of her old-fashioned the dress were neatly smoothed down, her specta- wo cr- es were set precisely on her nose, and she r looked very much like an old lady who reads ie the Bible all day Sunday and knite during the an rrest of the week, and tells little boys long d stories about Muses and Nebuchadnsezar. She ma er sat with her hbands folded with prim riety in hher lap, when a newsboy rushed into the wait- ma t ig-room, sand yelled- op he i ' yet 'Patl ; full accounts of the in e Bashi-Berzooks." on ' -What did you say, boy f" asked the old mi 12 lady, smiling like a maiden aunt. ha "'Want a paper, mum? Ersoroum is basted, ly and old liddadly Popoloup has lighted out of no lower Turkey with ten thoeesad Ersoromans." u"You don't esy r" queaked the old lady, be -omlog interested, and hunting through her F the pocket for two cents. Mister Ali Sahib went to board with a flash, et and Bease Patrowieb, Eaq., shook up four aces and hatled in the tick." na "Mysakes " screamed the old lady. the The boy took a fresh chew of tobaooo, and us- started in again. the "rhre was no use for Mkhbtar Pasha to holler. Johnny Gortachakoffgripped him bad, and sent him to grass before he knowed what e was coming. Johnny is a bad boy." se "Laws alive t act -Swingemoverandhitemagain got hold of the to wrong chicken when he tackled Billy Patrow- tb 1 L ich. Billy can give him ten points and draw out the ants every time. )jo't you want to read bile all about the Rooehan war, old gal I" The cl.l lady took the paper. Half so hour ;aferwsr's nse was hunting all over the depot Atfor that boy. She stopped a policeman, and had him look etover the paper. re "Is there anything about Bashy-B sooks t" lers she asked indignantly. r heir "No, mum." and "Anything about Murky Pache going to C o gram ?" fber "NO, nm-" a c Anythin. about an old fellow named swingy M inn catching chickens r" "N'ot a word, mam." a "That's all I wanted to know," she said de- a yed eidedly. "I have bhoei swindled-swilnd--d Sby -ad if you don't get my money you police a hs willh esof . Ilt o it. rllte llpeopl Cit- everywhre I go that you let folks be swindled It thisn yther ol lady bounoed back to her ambslls asad earpet bl-i, and seizing them with a jerk, boonmeed out to the train and dis appeared into a or. The smile was general. a The Tresarer of Howard County, Iowa, di - auppeared, and lefkt the combination safe, which he should have cootained $l0,000, loked beyond the power of any one to open it. The Baper S viorsa thought that perhape he was not a de (salter, and ,so gave him a few days start; then, when they were going to break open the safe ams, and give a deadly tinish to coujecture, the sleet maker-the safe wasn't paid for-interfered, a ex and wouldn't let them open it till they had mo- forked over gl$i3. It took them several days 0. It to make up tbeir minds to do this. Then they Sour broke the safe open and found t5 3r3 in cash. s the They are now in cold pnrasu:t of the fugitive, rori. who is some thboasnds of miles beyond their in for rea.h. arm The great civil war continues to rage in I ra. Japan. Tl-e imperialist army bha been recrut peru. ed to about Zi i00 men, and it is believed tat ean.- the rebel force is not weaker in numbers. The a pay rebels, eommanded by Saigo. have so far had sh be the advarstae of the imperialists. The Japan rond ee Government has embargoed all telegrams ,s de- from the eatof war, and this I considered, ainly wit reason, an indication that the news ise brrd; bed. aigo seems to be pursaing a Fabian a per- ei cal harsensu and desrueotiv to o- Lise. ? diko'e affairs are evgidently In -s the a ,sis oo.dite, though the ebels pre -r od as as be meMag wr apesa blm, bIt apen Ids ·ald STWO 2LITTLE 87O IZ" ' The London corrspondent of the Liverpool Catlel6i 2imes, says the Catkofi e Bveew, tells this little story : "A few days ago I .happened to be at the Grest Western tation, when two-clerical looking gentlemen appeared on the platform. Their bats were mild miltatiLons of thoes worn by the Passioniste and other regulars in Rome, and they had on blaek ooesaeks, with cloaks of the eam eelor, which gave them a glui monkish agpearance. I was puzzled to know who they were. They were lose shaved, and wore Roman collars. At Aret, I really thought they were priests of oor own Church. I asked a railway porter whether they were "Catholic prieste," and the man's answer might serve for a standing description of the Ritualistic party in England. Are those two gentlemen Catholic priests eI asked- "Well sir,' was his reply, 'they uall themselves sich, and they are a worry good imitation, but, Lord bless you, they ain't the real thing.' I afterwards found out that they belonged to some 'werry good imitatlon' of monks that live near Windsor, if I am not mistaken." It reminds one of the strictures which a Northern secular journal passed the other day i nin to be common apparitions in the North. We do not remark on the manner in which these ladies strike Catholics, but it is well enough to note the effeet that they produce on others: "The sisterhoods or 'orders of deaconesses' which the Ritualists have also introduced ad here so closely to the Catholic model that it is ., impossible to avrod the comparison by which it appears that in outward seeming they do 14 not come up to it. Any person who encounters a party of Protestant sisters In any public con veyance or any public thoroughfare observes B at once that they are not the Catholic Sisters they are got up to resemble. They look about, s they converse with each other, they have HI been beard and seen to giggle. The uniform is apparently correct, but ute precision in tac tics is wanting. Not otherwise is it with 'the priests' themselves. Their coat collars may be - as narrow and their cost skirts as clinging as if they had been measured by the Pope's own tailor, and their faces as closely shaven as if they were fresh from the lather of the Vati can; but they can readily be told by an ex pert, and they bear the same outward relation to Catholic clergy as the awkward squad of a G rural militia company to a crack corps in the regular service." Mr. R. M. Bishop, the Democratic nominee for Governor of Ohio, was born in Flemings borg, Ky., began his very successful business career as clerk in a dry-goods store of that vil lage, and was made a partner before attaining his majority. From 1838 to 1841 he was en gaged largely with his brother in the pork business, but, meeting with reverses, they were a compelled to suspend. Mr. Bishop sodn re-o snmed businees in the same place, however, where he continued tooperate until 184-, when I he removed to Mount Sterling. Tnere he established a branch house, his brother re r maining at the old stand. Business not being - brisk enough for him in Mount Sterling, he ( changed his base of operations to Cincinnati in March, 1548, where he soon built up the largest establishment of its kind in the West. At a great meeting held many years ago at i1 Exeter Hall, in London, to raise money for a it charitable object connected with the Estab r- lished Chauro, it devolved upon Rowland y till, the celebrated wit and preacher, to make r the speech just before the collection was to be io taken up. "Mr. Chairman." said Hill, "how I es would like to see the four-and-twenty bishops of this realm hung by their heels to that chand~elier, and then have the utner' stand er with the plates below and catch the guineas at that dropped fromn the plethoric pocrets of id their lordshipe; what a munificent sum we a- would get for this worthy'charity !" De Quincy, speaking of the grandeur he and sublimity of the human spirit says, most beautifully, that all our thoughts in have not words corresponding to them; ,it many of them in our yet imperfectly devel oped nature can never express themselves he in acts, they must lie, appreciable by God only, like the silent melodies in a great old musician's heart, never to roll forth from harp or organ. MISCELLANEOUS. c -- a------------l HIBERNIA INSURANCE COMPANY, Ofce, No. 37 Camp Street.. JOH HBEfDERBSON, President. P. 1RWIN. Vice President. THOS. F. BRAGG. Secretary. arnings .... ....................... 19,033 se Paid ......... . .------- --.. 73,8989 Net Prots............................ 60,256 At an election held on Monday, the 7th inst.. the following named gentlemen were chosen Direoters of this Company to serve for the ensuing year: P. Irwin. John Henderson. Thomas King. John (. Ryan, Theo. Gilmore. W. J. Castell. John T. Gibbons. Jam. A. Olrdner, WUilliam Hart. LEmlle Gauche. David Jackson John H. Hanna,. F. J. Gsquent. And at a meeting of the Board,held May 14th, JOHN HENDERSON. President. P. IRWIN, Vice-President. and THOS. F. BRAGG, Secretary, were unanimously re-eleeted. The Beard deolated out of the net profits of the Company for the past twelve months 10 per cent in. terest; also ! per cent dividend on the paid up capital, and 90 per cent dividend on premiums paid by stook holders (making, with the rebate, 35 per cent on pre. misme). Said Interest and dividends to be placed tothe credit of the etook notes. Interest and dividends on full paid stock payable in e eash at the ofice of the Company on and afterJnne 15th prog THOS. T. BRAGG, Secretary. New Orleans. May le, 1,77. my90 77 ly n A RARE CHANCE TO CoaIx A VALUABLE FARM FOR ONE DOLLAR. h GRAND LOTTERY !- TO RB DRAWN SEPTEMBER 4. 1677, FOR THE BENIFIT OF TREL e Catholic Orphan Asylums OF MOBILE. id - Fs DFK'RIPTION.-The Farm Is situated at the head of oavlgaton on Do River, and on the line of the b Mobile and New Orleans RatroL. five miles from the Mobile Courthoues. It contains forty.two sores of e lad. foe dwelling and outhouses. The fences are in ir excellent repair. There are upon the place several hondred Fruit Trees, conois'.ni of Oransge. Peach. Pear, Plumb and App!e. Ao a Green-house and in Vneyard, and two or mole %cr.s of fine SItrawberrlve. The pla:e is well situated for a Dairy, and convenient it-to market. The location i perfectly h ealhy. at PRICE OF TICKETS--ONE DOLLAR. STo be bat in Mobile from the Lady Managirs of the as Orphan Asylum, from the Si.ters of Chartv., or at any ot- of the foll.owing stores: A. J. Hiamilton'es. Benj. Wards, ne C. Bran's, Sotw A Prnmo's. T. J. Savae', . O. Zadek L Co's J. FeLrath's. Peter Borke's Chris. Burke'es anud J. H. Snew'e. i The Lotrery will he drawn noder the eupervisoa of an the following gentlemen, who have k:ndly consented Sto est as COMMIIONELRS: Admiral Raphya Issues. Mider Henry IS. Danl. a. Jeka B. Hiley7. Ho.. Pri c W llms. ZJr. jaU Ur MARBLE WORKS! No8 and street, New Orleans. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS W Is pare Respectfully Informs his friends and the public that at Be his new store, 144 ........... Camp Street .............144 h He has a fresh and well.eelected assortment of the BUILDERS' and GENERAL HARDWARE . Carpentera' Tools, Grates. Stoves and House Furni th ing Goods of all kinds. Cord He is better prepared than ever before to do Copper, v Tin and Sheet Iron Work, and will furnish estimates but to Builders and others, and guarantees satisfalon to all. je1717 y NEW SEWING MACHINES EX AT HALF PBICE J. BOOTH'S W GENERAL SEWING MACHINE DEPOT, No. 614 Magazine Street, near Josephine. Having now completed arrangements to buy my Mas chlnes oirect from the Manufacturers for caskh sad employing no canvassers. towhom largeala=res or oommuamons are paid, I am able to o d greater inducement than any other - house In the city to partIes delrting J S to purchase ao y of the pular S SEWING MAOHNcES. SI have also.a large e tock of seond-hand Meyhines. Sall of which havebeen rhebuilt and are gruaranteed equal to new, and which I can sell at from $1 to 25-. I s. ohange, rest and repair all kinde of Hewlng Machins. A omoplete stock of Needes, Olt and ttachmentm n for all Machlnes. J. BOOTH. e 614 Magazine street, Now Orleans. | Agent for Btterick's and Mme. Demorest's Patterns. myS 77 ly 67, e CARPETS AND MATTINGS. ELKIN & CO. J t 166 ........... Canal Street....... ..168 b- Fancy Canto MATTINGS, d hite and Check MATTINGS. Le Floor OIL CLUTIS. be Napier and Rattan MATTING. for offices. a TA$LISHED lr7i. at . G. PITARD, oe IMPOKTES AND DEALER IN HAtRDWARE, GRATES, r PAINTS, OILS. VARNISH, WILNDOW GLASS WALL PAPER, ETC.. 221 and 2.23..... Canal Street......21 and 2 aNBetween Rampart and Basun streets. hat Calp ly ea in ORLbA7 we. I e B-s. ------ D FPURNITURE DEALER, S172........... -..Camp 8treet..... .. .. 172 1 SNow occuples the large sand spacioue store 172 Cant street, between Girod and Jla, jlust above t. Patrick o Church for the purpose of TAKING URITURE ( - ON STORAGP E at the lowest rates FU,ITURE REVITVD. BOUGHT , OLD AND EXCHANGED. All kinds of Uphoteritng and Varnishing dose with dioatch. and Mattressesu of all kinds made to order. I1 SEverything at lowest reata and al work guaranteed. SCountry orders solicited Lad promptly attended to. Call and examine bTfore purchasing elsewhere. apl7 77 ly ,03 FURNITURE As HUGH FLYNN'S, 6 Sthe 167 atd 169...Poydraa 8treet.. ..167 sad 169 FINE VICTORIA BEDROOM SETS. reduced fifty per cent. CHEAP VICTORIA BEDROOM SETS, at $c0. COMMON FURNITURE away down below snything yet ln the market. Cash buyers are irnvlited to call. ocf 7 lty D TO THE PUBLIC. rent, JOHN BOIS, FURNPITURE DEALER, the 152............ Camp Street......... 15 SIn Now ocupies the stores 12 nd 154 Camp street, fo pital, the purpose of taking FURNITURE ON STORAGO sto t the ochepest rates. LOANS MALDE AND SECURED ON FURNITURE S tORED. SHe will also continue to.IIY, BELL, REPAIR, HZ MOVE, PACK and. SHIP FURNITUBE, with guar. to tee, at s15t e 77 ly oeN. 15It and 154 Camp street V. BIRI, ary. Importer, Manufacturer and Dealer in 7y WILLOW WARE. WAGONS, CRADLES, MARKEl BASKETS, Work Baskete. Chairs. Clothes Baskets, Germmn and French Fancy Basket, ete. 120, 288 and 253 Chartres Streets, .AR. del7 7ly E T O s.Aew A. BROUSSEAU & SON, WINDOW SHADES. oS FLOOR otC ILGCPETAnL tT EN LOTHS, si the WHOLESALE AND 1RETAIL. res of CURTAIN MATERIALS-- Lace. Repe. DameksL Cornices, ands. 1'ins. (impes, Loops and Tassel, Peach. Hair Cloth, Plush, Bed Ticking and Springs, e and BURLAPS, by the Bale and Piece. ocl5 76 ly irres. _ THE BEST Sthe Photographs in the South, irds, PERFECTION IN LIKENESS. RICH IN TONE, Zedek AND e'sand UNEQUALLED IN EVERY OTBER WAY, NE W PHOTOGRAPH GALLER Y, Corner of Canal Street and Exohange Piaeo. IaT eutr D ep s r lth all M~terl Ieuaremmta. i 7iy Psesi £Art "Werk Primes Mst e. WESTERN PRODUCE, LIQUORS, ETC. NEUTRAL SPIRITS. I am Rsctlying sad Intend keeping on hand a very I pure article, entirely devoid iof avor. Beeides the Chotoeet and Medium qualities of French and Domestic Brandles, F( I have on hand very choice IRISH WHIKY. also the choiLcest of SCOTCH -WHISKY. pure old Bbono nd Rye Whilkies, with an the medium qualities of Whisky. FAMILY BITTIS o draulght, equal If the price. Holland Gin Schnapps on drauht, better than the bottled ; Jamie Rum Erus Champagne. Cordals, snd every kiad of Iee Ia my -y e's l the verylowet price. It would bewell toi cll bfr buyn now OerT. .EDW . BURK. myll ly 184, 86 and 192 Tchoupitoulas street. s. coses.. 5. co0uga. is. and E. CONERY & SON, Ju S (Established in 1846.) no WHOLESALE GROCERS, , you COMMISSION MERcHA1TS2, en Dealers in Western Produce, the CORNER OF CANAL AND DELTA STREETS det 76 ly saw oaLjz."dc J T. GIBBONS, CO G. DaSa C. GRAIN, CORNMEAL AND HAY. 57, 59, 61, 63...New Levee Street...57, 5, 61,63 anl3 7T ly Corner PoyIdras. J. McCAFFREY, e DEALIR I HAY, GRAIN, CORNMEAL, FLOUR, an ALL KIDe S o0 H Western Produce Constantly on Hand. h 23 and 30.......Poydras Street....... 2S and 30di Corner of Fulton, re aul3 76 ly C saw OKI a. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. P. P. CARROLL, A TTORN EY-A T-LAW, Ct 20.............Carondelet Street........- 20 Guarantees prompt attentlon to all legal business p!aced In his hsnds. j)Y2 7I ly D DENTIST............... .--- --- --DENTIST JAB. B. KNAPP, D. D. ., S 2 15............Baronne Street.. ...... 1 SJel 17 Iv New Orleans. G G. FBIEDBICHS. DENTAL SURGEON, 156 _.......t. Charles 8treet....... 156 c myy0077 ly Corner Girod. W M. B. KLEINPETER, NOTARY PUBLIO AND COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, 61............. Camp Street ........... 61 1 &u137$ ly Corner of Commercial Plaee. B. LANCASTER. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 122.........-_.. Gravier Street.... - -.-122 S de ly Between Camp and St. Charles: UNDERTAKERS. FRANK JOHNSON, Undertaker, 205 and 207.... Magazine Street,.020 eand 207 L54 New Orleans. or All kinds of Metallic Cases and Caskets, Boeewood, ]g Mahogany and Plain Cofins. mhl877 ly Chas. C. Jones, John G. Bochbe. BE (formerly with Frank Johnson.) . JONES & ROCHE, 50 sand 59 Magazine Street, near Delord, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. All busaness entrusted to the firm will teceive prompt and careful attention at moderate rates. CARRIAGES TO BIRE. . 8 17 ly JOHN F. MARKEY, (Buccessor to Tbomas Markey.) and UNDERTAKER, 40,42 and 44...Claiborne Street...40.42 and 44 Between Common and Palmyra streete. - Patent Metallic Burial Cases, Mahogany, Black Wlalnt and Plain Coffins always on hand. FUNERALSL attended toby the Proprietor In perse. who hope, b strict attention to bnenee. he obtsi 5 C7ARRGa O pubii CFOR HIRE. taPS 77 Iv BELLS. BELUCEYL3rELL FODNIBY. tu, gds . r CADERIE. S..h, /.... prSo r C ou, t -., cOD.. ed.. fils RK Warr anted. Iu.rcnrd Cataelgo Nat F,". Le . VAWDIZE.r aWiS. Lak* te 1a tg Ct trist.d i..Ctnelaae3 nos 76 ly E Rpmyer ManufacOturing Co., C0ao.,'v0. ,ee4 78 6v McSHANE BELL FOUNDRY Manufaeturo throe celebrated BEL for CrETBCBE. AoADEMIe S .TC. Lao Pre Lstend sCrlar sent fre. BENRY MoSABBE & CO, eatse. m lr y tUoimera, MI ,EDICAL ADVERTISEE"EIS. FOUR MONTHS OF GOOD HEALTH For 25 Cents. ANY PERSON WED Wi SL T A BOX PARSON'S PURGATIVE PILLS, and will take eOe (1) eoek ofthtfiiea,n will do thiabeery third tid) wee dariogtham nor BILIOUS FBYES. 0.. ay o. tiee mm s 8058 P.BuR TIVO PILLS Cannot be eslmts your arest lore esOZ em u to an..the pll.e shell be eet. p eas 11td.bIarou Phyoncimes supplied by al at e balk. rA this o buIt le. mOue theN h. the order. Tb.e Reope wvil o ehea mot nascioiaaonapplicau We wilt seen B bmaUto me Bebie patlr e m o M d pran. eanple deoeae at 1 1S ock with it s u . WHOLESAL AGENTS. co-x-IcS BROS......S........ is-- G. W. JONES d CO ................_muk._ E. 3 .ART H CO............... New O, a C. J. LINCOLf & CO..... ..t.i. eh. T. C. TRHOMPSION I CO........i...... Glvel, Addre all orders to I. 8. JOHNSON & CO., jed4,i t Bangor. Mawo. S.ARRACENIA. The great preventive of and remedy for SMALL POX and all Malarial Diseases. COSMO G. LO1OI. Surge.oWai of the Horse Guards London. wrtes: "I have sri .Sarrasria ,urperea a fair trial. and am happy that eleven counoent cases in oar brde hkao uner its pecuhar influence. Th eect o• i oenin kilet he vrlrus. changed the obazrhet.gl 30 disease and did arway with the caue eo o(WL . amplyenuplied with the Srraoeeia for the m of regiment, and advise every country geatlemaot a supply :n his medicine chest " The he Sarracentls Lifem ate delightfully cordial, and are nieereal t tomach. Bold by 20 FREDRRiCKEON & HARTE, DraIi6. Go WKM BOOGL. Magnaine street. D- . J. TUCKER, Mobile, Proprietor. mylT T OR THE BENEFIT Southern People and Suffering Hu I now reerecttlly announoce m. elfre tie 8e._ of the Southern btatee, except Maryl'ed 0an SISfor he TERS OF PROVIDENOE of their original as.d geoutnui lOF PRUGes GUM for he metay MInET which e useful eseclally for heumatoslm. Sciatica and Pa·n1 mr the I.m a invaluable remedies are well knewn end ti in the North and eat. and are noew eared i. of the South. Allt that i. ked for trom t1 Wiry ito tert of their cnnutiUve.oStie cda imendatiou aeordting to the efUic Ctoayoel- 61 Boarding Schools and all oharitable leS.itsnod I never be without a eupply of thor le saary - Depote fr the al. of the above will be - in the followingl State: Lonusana. Alabm. cppt Texa. Florida. Georgia. Tsnneeep, North Caolina. i Foreign Mxool. - All orders for the above will b. promptly j Manufacturero' pricee by the G teeral Aget. P. F. GOGARTY. S Bookseller and Stationer 1 Camp i PRICE of the Syrup of Sprue Gum, oo SCouph Syrup, Se.; Compound Liniment. _e. f. B.-Be careful and examine the tree mark. mbled 77 Ic CARRIAGE MAKERS. JOSEPH SCHWARTZ, 0WO3T13 AND DSAL"Z I1 Carriage, Wagon and Cart Ma Springs, Axles Bolts, Ready.Medo Whees Bodies, Wood Work. Trimmig, PAINTS AND VA RNI=SH Carriage and Wagon Maker and - Salesrooms and Frtory - Noe. 43 45 and 47 Perdido 8tredL bppoaite Carroll See.a del7 75 ly 3W OiLAtm. J. THOMSON & BROS., Carriage and Spring Wagon a 68 and 70.... LRampart Street.-----6 Between Common and Grater s Recelved HIghest Premiums at State leirsd 1873 and 1870 for beet PamilyPt Ph . lows and Top Boggles. Deer Wage, 6 - Wagon ixpreu Wags., eta Boing practical workmen, s-d emp - the beet mechanics, e aiw prepeod or repair Cµrpi ags, Bo , y -s.W refer to many buains menn ane it o our manufactqre. All work Rateod. W. F. CL. AK, . 134 and 136..... Rampart Street.....134 Between Touloune and ei. Pol, 33W o3tLZAs. - Manufacturer of all ktinds - Carriages, Barol ches, BugU Express Wagons, Platform and Eliptio SWagons, SEWING MACHINE WAGONS. _ Agent for Jae. Cunneingham & Son's 0ss r gee a o -rea ' Country orders promptly attendd t NEW CROP TURNIP SEED. By steamer Lees Star from INw York. I eewed a foll supply oC TURlIP t. v a gort I.sio hare is sea * MASRT ATin, is Dt tanr sandv 4 . . 5. *__