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1. id i ) : i 1 J r I it S I ' NEW ORLEANS. E. I.. .71 1 It HO. A: CO., I KAl.KllS M Hay, drain, Corn Meal, Flour, Cotton fired Meal, ANI AX.lt KINDS OK 1YETKR. PROIII'CE. 45 and 47 Front, "and 46 and 48 Fulton Sts. ui'ur Pnydnis, XFAV OH LE AX SI. Oct. 13. 177 83-ly H. P. BUCKLEY, 8 Camp St., New Orleans, WATCHMAKER, Ami dtw-er in Frne Watches, M7 Silver H are and Spectacles. Krrrr W'alcUe. K'aire4. Jewelry iniule to order, lllnniondii reset In the newest style. AH at reasonable prices aud tul-J guaranteed. April 12, le;". 3-1 v WALTER E. HEPP, No. IOI (,1'iivit rSt., New Orlcuns, IMI-OltTKU AMI liRAl.KU IN Fine iVinai and Liquors, Street Oil, Vermouth, Etc. ALSO SOLE AGENTS SOUTHERN STATES WtM T1IV fan. Irroy's tajagi OF HUEIilS. December 1"), 1-S77. oJ-ly COLEMAN'S COKN 31 ILL Victorious in every Fair from Nrw York Mat to Texas, uvit thirty-three dif ferent compel iters during tin.' past twenty eight years. Awarded the only Hold Medal ever awarded tunny Com Mill in lite I'nitod States. Simple, strong, dnralde, cheap, it h solid Finn h Purr stones. Send for circular. ii. dudleycoleman a hro.. New Orleans, I. a. Oct. 13, 2:!-ly When vim win. I tn purchase that vim Ret Til K ilKST, and in will lind it THE C IlKAI'KM . Wlmt Does a person want A good lelialde es tablishment w here goods ean be pnri based fairly, witliont any o ciiliaro. You ean bii v M'ith ns : Ladies' t'oxed r,itlt'ii li.-ots at .SI r,(l a pail Ladies' Serye Slippers Ml a pHir Ladies' la'itlliei s';pp,.n (joa pair Ladies' Leather Mippeis ti," a ptiir Puri'linse the veiy tin, t shin s at our es tablishment. Our line ef ittittmi limits, Newport Ties, (i.iiters, Hlippers, is iinsiir jtassed here, liny NotliiiiK lint til t-elass shoes for your ehil dren. Our sales of eninniuii shoes are made at a liht iidvanee, :tnd nil on eonsinnment. This enables ns to undersell even w hole hhIo prices. The One jinee sy stem is a strict rule, w itli- us, thus uvnidiiiK to eitstoini'is tho trouble, of ikinj; lei- reduction. Wis deliver hIiois free of charge to any part of the eity. Only fust las salesineii employed at the 111; ft s t.i it. ' CORKER CUSTOMH. 4 BOURBON STS., One ynare Irutn 4 ami) sir t, m:v oklExns, la. Srpt.W, 17. -ly Jtlkill!s, Amiihilator. The Great Souilieiu Kemedy for liHEUMATLSM, GOUT & NKl'KALGIA. Tbo tvrrililu etieinies of littiniiu happi . new, Klietiiu.'t iniu, (ioiit and Neuralgia, her!toforefcei niinnly am oiiiuerahh:, have indeed fomid their ina.-ter in Jenkins, Au nihilator. Ye have the testiiiioiiy uf men tf the hiKhi'et btuiulin in Louisiana Hiid other Sli.tes. that niter etillciini; iiicleseri hable pains for years, from which they sought relief iu vain l,v visiting the Hot anil W arm springs of Arkansas anil Vir giniit, anil by using lioz.us of remedies mure or less highly praised, w htn, in fact, hope Ii ml almost died out, they have found nlk'f from pnin by the use of the Annilii laNir, and by continuing it fur a short tiini", have been jiertM'tly enred. The An nilnlutiir isa preparation purely vegetaMe, agreeahle to tue taste, and may be taken without fear of anr injurieu!, retmlts b the delicate as well astte robust iu con atitutioB. Price Jl.tiO her bottle. For sale by all DruggiHts. Ask yuur Druggist for cir cnlar coiitainini' rertitieat' , or send to K. JLNKIN6 &. Id., rroprictom, New Orleans, La. Ft NLA T A Thomi-siiN, Wholesale Ilrtig- e'sta. New Orleans, I s., Gen. Agents for iiilsinna, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkaums and Florida. March 9, 14T-4. 44 ly W. B. PCHMIDT K. M. ZlKULER. Schmidt Ci Ziegler, WIIOLESAIXGKOCERS, lyfjinnw of . ,.,, tr'.r U ly 8CKANT0N. H. KREBS & SON, Kant Pneragoula, MImm., -IlK.Al.KltS IN- DRV GOODS, .VofierM, Hosiery, HOOTS, SHOES, HATH, CAPS, CLOTHING mm CHOICE FAMILY G HOC III! IKS, I, I Q 1J O It S , ritovisioxs axd feed, II A BD WJ HE, T1X WA HE, ClIOCKEItr WAKE, IVOODEX If A HE, JXJJ CL'TL Ell , Highest market price paid fur Count rv Produce. May X?, WH. i H-ff LADIE3V STOlE, H;imi1oiia IMixw. I wniild inform the publio that I have opened a jma - -h "k. v AM) VAI 1 1 ETY STO 1 C 13 for the especial benefit of M.ailif and f'liildn it. My goods consist of French Millinery, Embroidery. Trimming. Hats, lionuets, Split Zephyr, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Calicoes. Domestics, Gloves and all other goods tlmt Ladies and Chil dren may want. ft Hats and H ts trinimiMl to order, and in the best style. Mum. F. A. I1LAKE, Scrantnn, April 19, 4-tf .ew Morel .ch ooN!: M. V. 11. C'AKKY. ..J. W. LAfliKXDINK. CAREY & LAUJIENDINE, Near Kailroail I'epot Sf run Ion, We announce to the public that w e have just opened at Scrantnn a new and AWH-S'ohH'M't! Stock it Dry (aootfM, .olioii, Kool, fillOES, 11 A TS, U)i 111 Sr., . Also Groceries, Canned Goods, Tinware, Hardware, Corn, Oats, liian, and every thing connected with a I 'u.'si Class S kiiik, which will lie sold low down for the cah. S V" Also Wines, Liipnus, Ale, etc. Gic us a call and see tor yourselves. Nov. -Zi-rT-ly. ciiahm: ji. ciuzat, IIF.TAII. UKAI.KIt IV CIIOK'K FAMILY GROCERIES, AND FKKPSOF ALL KINHS. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, . .AND. . EEADY M (WHIM. BOOTS and SHOES, VIiiskirs (if sill Kinds, t iffiirs anil Tobacco. Wines, Porter and Lager liter, SCKANTOX, - - AIISS. May 3, 1H7S. -ly To the Front!! GEO. W HIGHTOWER, Iaeagoula Streil, $era1on Miixipi. Keeps constantly on hand DHY GOODS. Nf ITIONS. HOOTS, PHOES, HATS, CAPS, Etc. Also a general stock of GUOCEHIES, TOHACCO, CIGARS, SN I'FF, TIN WAKE, CKOCKEKY, LAMPS, HA Y,COl(N,OATS, UK IX And everything usually kept in i well regulated store, all of w hich w ill be sold at LOW 1' KICKS Foil CASH.' May 10, lKTa 7-ly 1'jiKong'oiilii Conil Grist Mill, Mnscloiila, (Seranton P. O.) Miss. COKX. COKX FLOCK GRITS, MEAL and 1IKAN always on hand, or delivered at the depot, at prices as low as can be any where obtained All orders from points along the Kail road promptly tilled, and are respectfully solicited. JOHN H. DELJiVi.'!. Proprietor. Scratitou, April 1-, H74. 10-tf RAILROAD EXCHANGE, (North Side Railroad) Srrattlon, .Jlississippl, RESTAURANT and HAK ROOM. Good meals furnished on short notice. Lienors and Cigars ot the best brands always on hand. Ii. G. JANE, Proprietor. May 10, 1H7. 7-ly LIVER? STABLE, M'ascugoula Mltpot. B. . PICKET informs his friend and the traveling public, that he lias estab lished his Livery Stable lit the Depot, where he is prepared ti furnish horses saddle or to harness, with vehicles, at any time of the day or night. Also, hauling of all kinds done at short notice on rea sonable terms. With prompt and eureful attention, and moderate charges, he trusts to merit the patronage of the publio. decJl-ly Pest Oil ( Urn, RICH'D P. BLALACK, Proprietor, (South side Railroad) Scranton, .... MIsh. rJTThe best of Wines, Liyt oHs and Ciuars always on hand. Customers ac commodated an hour, day or uight. J.vVly THE OLD RELIABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, cii.is. .vZ.s.v 6CRAXTOX, - - Mississippi, Will do all kinds of work iu his linn, such as making and repairing boots and shoes, at tbo lowest living ratue, and in the most fashionable and workmanlike mauner. Uooly J. AlEIEK, 'Watchmaker & Jrwrler. Wli:ha. Clorka and Jewelry left bers . tr c-ialis 1 uul be rfeaponaibla for urn aMfOtaa. plATo?c. MiHiffiipri. Tlie True Slory of tlio MHtiIkt 8awn Oak or the lllootly AiiRle." Tlio Atilttnille l'rtxit ami Jionnn; in noticing G-n. McGowun's rt'ioit Of tllO l)!llt!c Ot' tilt! WillU'HIffS anil SSpotttt Ivutiia Court IIouhc, wijs: Of nil I lie tierce sti tipples of tli war, truitful in glory and fearful in bloodshed, those huttles int'.unsnr paused. "The Itlood.v AiiKle" then deserilied by lines ot dcaHi-denling tire Ktauds out a tiiiiiu picture iu the gallery of war. We are informed that the stump of the tree cut down by myriads of musket balls, referred to by (Jen. McGowan, has been upiooted, re moved to Washington, and is now on exhibition there nt the war de partment. It was displayed at the Centennial exhibition at riiihulel pliM as a remarkable evidence of bravery and endurance of soldiers iu battle. It : rtaiuly alloriU the highest evidence possible of the in tensity and duration of a musketry tire, and the devotion of the sol diers who could stand such afire, lint it must not. be forgotten that it was not the Federals, but the Confederate soldiers who received that tire. The free stood within " the liloody Augle" a few steps in real (if the Confederate trenches, and every ball which struck it was discharged from a Federal ritle, and passed over the " boys in gray" and struck the tree in their rear. Col. A. P. Uutler, now the hon orable senator from Aikin county, then commanded the First South Carolina regiment, was very near the tree, witnessed the whole pro cess ot " scaling," and saw it when it fell upon and injured some ot his men. '1 lie diameterof the tree was measured by the sword ot General j Wilcox and found to be twenty I inches. The incident is perfectly) 1 well authenticated and is certainly i line of the most interesting in the annals ot war. 1 here are n any famous trees, but not one that we wot of not the Uoyal Oak of England, nor the Charter Oak of America, can vie iu historical in terest with the bullet-saw n oak of the liloody Angle. Let the Feder al government- give it an honored place among the spoils of the bloody war; let it be preserved as p rot if ot the terrific powerand con centration of the tiring of the Northern soldiers. Hut it would be a strange reversion ot title to glory if the pierced anil jacked Mtetn ot that sacred tree should be regarded as i cd i u n 1 1 i 1 1 s: to the honor ot the Federal, instead of a signal proof of Confederate bravery unmatched iu ai like story. A nomaiice of tlie l'pidemic. Memphis Appeal. A wedding took place on Adams street yesterday afternoon, under circutu.-t.iliees Millouiiuid by 'oodles'' of romance. Several weeks a;o J)r. W. F. liesaney, a oung physician hailing from Jones town, Mississippi, offered his ser vices to Medical Director Mitchell. His credeniials were perfect, ami coining at a time w hen physicians were most needed, were readily ac cepted. Just as nil the prelimina ries had been settled satisfactorily, a messenger entered the office iu great haste, iu search of a physi cian to attend Miss J). P. Kutter, a young lady who had been stricken with the fever at her residence on Adams street. Dr. Mitchell turned to the fcallant young physician and i etnai kotl that he could immediate ly be placed on duty it so felt dis posed. Dr. liesaney unhesitating ly accepted the call, and at once a'ccompHiiied the messenger to the young ladi's residence, where he fun ud her prostrate with a bad case of the lkv''1'' '-s unnecessary to ,Q thiough the ;!"tiiils uf the linger ing illness, but only tow.v that the young doctor's niiv't''i was c'e and faithful, finally resuiii.; ,u he young lady's recovery. Soon aftei ward the doctor was stricken down. True to the instincts of her woman ly nature, doubly intensified by ber self acknowledged indebtedness to him tor having saved her life, she went to his bedside, and there re mained, giving such attentions as only a woman cau bestow upou the sick, until the glad tidings was an nounced that he bad passed the crisis, and bid fair to recover, lie passed through the tedious hours of convalescence until entirely re covered. Nothing iimrewaskiiow u or thought of the matter by the tew intimate triends ot the young lady uu til yesterday afternoon, when the doctor, accompanied by Esquire Quigley and a few Irieiids, drove up to the residence, and in less time than it takes us to write this para, graph, the. two were joined together iu the holy bonds of wedlock. Such a union, consummated under such circumstances, cannot tail to abound with happiness, and, being somew hat superstitious oursell, we know of good luok. A report received nt the State department from the United States consul at Lyons shows that the im ports ot France for the first eight mouths of tlie present year amount, ed to 54S,(KX),UOU, and the exports to $114,000,000, leaving the balance of trade against that country 134, 000,000. It is a remarkable feature in the world's commerce at the pres ent time that the L'uited States is the only commercial country whose exports exceed its imports. Two Millions ot Pottle. Every one, no doubt, has brant nf Dr. Price's Ss-isl Flavoring Extract, but al though upwards of two millions of but tles of theui are annually manufactured, there are yet boirnew ives w ho know uth mg of their eVelleiM'O. We believe that t h: v r t be purest, strongest and tineet flaTon ig extracts in the market. Didn't Have Anything Aglu Him. The granger iu the Kentucky as sembly nieiiiis to tolerate the law yer therein. This we gather from a masterly speech ol n rural mem ber : " I follow agricultural pur suits," said he, adding rather re dniitly, "I'm a farmer, and am proud of it. Hut I have nothing against lawyers, the class that my honorable friend represents. I tun like an old Methodist preacher w ho, when went round to the members of his congregation en across an old ladv in spectacles. 'Do yon love the Lord!' he asked. 'Well,' says she, 'parson 1 ain't got nothin' agin him !"' ltepiidialing Unseals. Cincinnati Commercial. Every repudiating rascal in the country is in favor of the repeal of the resumption act and the infla tion ot thu country. An Excessively Modest W ish. Cincinnati Enquirer. The republicans of New York want Conkling to lead them to vic tory and the next presidency. A Striking Coincidence. Boston Post. General Butler will bo sixty on the 5th ot November, the same day that he will be licked like sixty. It will be His Masterpiece. Chicago Tribune. Edison is trying to invent a ma chine that wili utilize the surplus power of Pen Putler. Whenever a young lady learns to stick a pin iu her apron strings so that it won't scratch a fellow's wrist there will be more marri ages. The empress of Austria wears a train thirty feet long, and when she walks upstairs the disheartened emperor goes up iu the elevator. A delicate parcel A young lady wrapped up iu herself. 1FYOL" Want a cook, Want a clerk, Want a partner, Want a situation, Want a servant girl, Want to sell a piano, Want to sell a carriage. Want to sell town property, Want to sell your gioceries, Want to sell your dry goods, Want to sell j our hardware, "Want customers for anything, AllVKUTIsK IX T1IK De.MOCIIAT -STAIt. Advertising brings new customers, Advertising keeps the old ones, Advertising shows confidence, Advertising insures success, Advertising shows energy, Ad vertisiug shows pluck, Advertising is Miiz," Advei tise or "bust,'' Advertise longer, Advertise well, AllVKKTISE AT ONCE. MlSCEI.LANF.Ol'S. NTIIL T : GRANGERS AMI T1IK BAI.ANCK OF , t I arn still nt a n a so i:i:s la xmxg, itn.oYi i:ivi:r. mikk., wtn-ro inav b fouml vvery (Ifwiiptiou of GOODS mnllv kept inastore, at Grange rates and eTen "fnwrr for ilL 1 haye l1?"1 a.1"1 will pay, thu highest market pi.Jl' ,or Country Produce, lieiug tliuuktiil forpnst patronage solicit a onutimuiuco of the same. TltOS, W. GUAVS0N, Atfeut. June lfl. 1H77. h-tf Meridian FEJIALECOLLEGE. This institution is healthfully loctited at MERIDIAN', MISS., and is accessible from all points. Terms ier session of live months, including Eng lish, Mathematics, Latin, French, wash ing, fuel, lights, bedding and books, frlt'l. Music and drawing will be extra. A full corps of competent ladies will as sist the President during the next term of teu mouths. The sessiou just closed was one of great prosperity. The uuuiuer of pupils enrolled was l'i'j. Fur further particulars send for cata logue. C. M. GORDON', Jy 5,7s-l."-:iin Presideut. OVIC COTTAGE BOARDING HOI'S li, Ortatt Spring , .Ti, Is uow open for the scusou. This first-class and pleasantly situated boarding house has been put in splendid onler.su as to offer unparalleled uttrac tiona as a health ud pleasure resort. The Gulf brines, -a bathing, mineral waters and general healthfuliiess of this coast resort, makes it desirable above all others iu this country. . Mas. Jl'LIA WARD, Proprietress. June 7, 1-7. ll-4m KW ISAHISKK SHOP. I 1JECIIT, BARBER & HARDRESSER, FASCAGOrXA (Depot), MISS. Hair Cutting 35 cents. Shaviuj .li " SuaniiHsiing X " Hair Un-wing HI " Moustache dyed ',00 " Will Iw bsppy to attend his old cus tomer aud many new ones. Support the Democrat-Star and your barber. I The Celebrated 'lloyt'a German Co logne always ou baud, and tbebest Hair Oil. for sals Uimp MOSS POIXT. HANI) & ISLUMEIi'S FOUNDRY, .IIokh Point, HIOX,rJUSS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, .MAXt KACTl liKllS OK Mtmii llngiiH'i, fs.'ins and Circular siw Jlill, URATES, HA IIS, SAStl, WEIGHTS, Etc. Associated w ith us, is Mr. J. 1LLING WOliTH, a first-class BOILER MAKEK, SIIEET-IKOX WOliKEK and BLACK SMITH, and w ho is also prepared to do nil kinds of GAS and STEAM PITTING. IV Orders- solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. ll.l.NO lil.t .Jltll. Sept. 7, 1-77-ly NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! E. T. ROGERS' CHEAP CASH STORE, .1lo I'oinf, .Tlii. I have just received a new stock, con sisting ii Staple ami In my Stry liOftllS, Notions, Clothing. Huts, Shoes, Crockery, Tin and Wooden w are, etc A lull stock of Choice l'aiiiily Groceries and Corn. Oats and Bran, always on hand. Al so, Tobacco. Cigars and Pipes; iiuii, in fact everything usually kept iu a first class store. 1 invite alt to examine my stoek. No trouble to show goods. Agent for.!. V. ToulitieA Son's Southern made Boots and Shoes. April 1, 1-7. jas Jl i n n i m i p p i BOOT & SHOE FACTORY, A. BLUE5ER, Prpriet.r. moss roixT, Missrsswri. BOOOS AND SHOES AT WHOLESALE. Having r.-ccntly enlarged my facilities, and added the latest mid most improved mac hiucry to my factory, 1 am now pre parcil to iiianufaciiin- BOOTS A- SI lot's in A 1. 1. STYLES AXD IS ASY iJfASTlTY. .111,1 sell to the trade at WHOLESALE KATES as low us any house iu the South. 1 assure tlie public that all leather used in the manufacture of my Boots and Shoes is OAK-TANNED, mid uf thu best ipmlitv. Inspection of my goods is solicited by the trade, as I guarantee satisfaction as to ipiality of work and prices. Dry Goods, Etc. I also keep on hand a full supply of DliV GOODS, GliOCEIJIES, IIAKD WAUE, Etc. Particular attention is di rected to tho Millinery Stock, of Mix. HLI'MER, w here ciin lie found all the Laikst Stylks of Ladies' Hat, IJoiinct, TuiMiiiXGS, Ribbons, Emuroidkky, Etc I also keep on hand nil kinds of 8EW IS1 MACUSES, Needles mid Oil, which I w ill hi' II It New Orleans prices. Moss Point, Oct. -, 1S77. ly New uriig Stoic AT IVTomw Point, IVIiss. Tho undersigned respectfully Informs the nitiieciiH of Moss point and vicinity, that he has opened an cut iivlyucw stock of DRVCS .1X1) .MEDICIXES, at that place. After eighteen years expe rience in the business, he hopes tu merit a share of public patronage. IV Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded at all boors divr and night. C. S. STEWAKT. August 1, 1S73. Vl-ly BUTCHERS ! MRi UROO.-H tt CO. Will fupiili the citizens of Moss Point, Scranton and the Seashore with fresh BEEF, MUTTON, ETC at low rates, and deliver the same at their places ot residence. Delivers meat ut Muss Point Wednesday and Friday inuruings, aud Saturday eve ning. At Kcrutiton mid the Seashore aud iuverveuiiig points, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, B f supplied to the vessels or others at wholesale or retail. IRA JSHOOM &C. May24,trt'. 9-ly MISSISSIPPI T1ILITAI5V l,STITl'TEt TASS CHRISTIAN, MIS3. Stzt Stmio (limit f lRST HOXDAT i SOFEMBKR, 1-7S. Chartered by the State. Supplied by the L r3. Govertuncnt with artillery, anus aud professor of military science (graduate of W est Point. )Able and experienced faculty, ('apt, Cbas. lie Voux, of the I'niversity of France, professor of modern languages. Charges moderate, not exceeding cata logue prices. Kefer to former patrons. Apply for catalogue. E. If. MI HFEE, Supt. ,ug. !, 1-7-. -i :m NEW ORLEANS. Another RARE OPPORTUNITY. NO SOALTXO ! No Postponement ! All Prizes Paid in Full! Spleinliil Clinnco For a Fortune ! -THE- TIIE LOUISANA LOTTHUY CO. WILL GIVE AT NEW OltLJiANS, LA., On TUESDAY, Xor. 12, 187S, THE GUAM) MONTHLY 2 DOUVK DRAWIXO. Claw K. CAPITAL PEIZE;, $ao,ooo. 1.17 PrixcM! ALL AMOUNTING TO 3110,4:00 ! The ntiiwiup; will positively com mence at Ten o'clock, it. m., AT ltOOMri of the COMPANY. On the Morning Tuesday, November 12, 78, at New Orleans, La. Look at the Distribution! EXTRAORDINARY DISTIillll TIOX! 100,000 Tickets nt $'2 Each. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 Prizo nf $:W,tm 1 Prize of 10.(100 1 Prize of fi.OUO 2 Prizes of 2..MMI ,r Prizes of t.lUMi . . .:!d.nnn . . 10,1100 ... ,1,0110 . . . ri.iMio . . . .1.000 . .. 10,00(1 . .. IO.OIHI . .. 10,000 . .. 10,IHI0 . . . 10,000 2d Prizes of II Ml Prizes of 2iHI Prizes of .11 N 1 Prizes of 1,000 Prizes of &IIU lilt! .10 an.... 10.... APPROXIMATION PRIZES: 9 Approximations of fcmOeach for the nine remaining illiils of the same ten of the number drawingthe :tll,UtNI Prize, an. fj,700 9 Approximations of JOO eiu h for the nine remaining units nf the same tun of the number rawing the 10,U0O Prize, arc. 1,S00 9 iiproxT'"Iltions of 100 each for tiiC nine iC'"g '" ot tho same ten "f ' ilVwWf llntwlllg the 5,00ir"'.e,"re l,h57PrUep, amounting to U0,4o0 Whole Tickets, nalvvB, , For sale at all the New Orleans Agen cies and at the Central Otliee of the Lovisiasa StT8 l,(irrKitv Cuummv. Addris Loik Box tl'.r, Jf. a rystofllce. Kcuit by PostoflU'O Money Onlcr, Keg stered Letter, Draft, or by Express, OBSERVE AXD ItEi'QLLECT TIIAT IX THE TWO DQJflAR IJRAWIXU XOVEMER 12, lb'S, ALL THU PKIZES ARE TAID PN PRESENTATION, Agents wanted in every Pfatp, Comnty, City aim lown inroaghotit tlie I liion. fucxceptional guarantees rejnircd, and pmst in every inatnnce aci oiupany applies! ions to be Blade to XVI. A, Dauphin, President, XEW 0ELEAXS. All Letters unanswered mcuu negative repiy. Information fumi-hed at C'HIDSEY'8 drug store. rauriR.Misa. NEW OULEANU. Nt. James Hotel No. 40 Mauazink, kkar Canal St ' NEW ORLEANS. OPPOSITE MOItO AX'S TEX Alt R B STEAM-HRIP OFFICE ' , ) W.K.'IIeu., Iu Oillto, A. P.AVatiov ) It. M. Lraiiy. IlavliiR leased this Hotel fr live vein, it Is my purpose to keep it open ut afj ,' nous, and inakii it n dcsirubln nHne f gpests, both transient and peiniinieiit Z very" reasonable tonus. 1 Slureh V, lSTrt. a(f D. Plcrcicr & Sons (Hnotfit i wrap Joint), Mkxs, V'oerns axdHuvs' HATS, BOOTS 4 SHOES, FriMII.C GOODS, t, ' COUNEH DAUF1HNE &I5IENVlUKfV; IVo lli-aiu'h Htovt' ' xew okleaxs,la; IW Orders for Country Meivham, promptly executed on most renn.,i.i. terms. Deoember 15, 1H77. j.j.v Come and See bit 157 Common Street, Nkw Oiilkam. The best brands of Winca mid Liiiimr, always on hand. Lunch every day hum' 10f u. in. to I p, in. J A. MI'S N. nOtiAKT, Proprietor. Iteceinber 1.1, lf77. ;o.tt- A. IS. t.i:iSWOIJ,A(() Corner Canal and Uoyal Mm!, TIIK Chen pest Place in New Orleans to lmv "Wntcrlii'tt, .IAvolrv, SILYEi: AND PLATED WAliK, A lnrge assortuieiit and every article ful. ly guaiaiiteed. Dec. li. 1H77. 31. j. .1. T. IIII(. A t o. . .M'ALl'.Its I.V. . MAY, GIUL, Corn 3 real, JLlsTX) FLOUR, Nos. ,17, tof?.jtw Levee. Cor. l)ihn, NEW ORLEANS. Jan'y 5, L-78. v OrlcaiiK Karbei' Mioji. 19 Common St., opposite St. Clnivles Hotel, xew (i:r.E.txs. Siiavixo. Kiiampoon'im;, Haik Cittimi ami Dvr.i.Mi is tiik Jiosr A iiti-tu Sivu. Also, the celebrated geniiinr Englinh Hair llriishing .Machine iu r.iic ees.-fiil ti r atiivn in this shop. UEOKOK UfUENUU. Proprietor. Oct. !T. ' YS lv fl A KDEX" SEEDS, A I.VO, 1'HiWt'l! -IM fil.MKS SKKii. I'UlWl I! Vift-. (iAKl: 1mi'1.i:mi:xts, l'l .UTIM.l'.IIS, Kit. C It ufa N ccd In (plant. tic j to imif )iinl.as rs ALSO. l'.m tilmittt (ilutiuUix i'r I'm ' Tire SkiJ, at '21 ('en's per I'upM'. AH orders by mail will recce. e pMnijil and careful attention. DM Grarirr SI ml. Between Cnnip and Magazine Street, XEW Ol:I.I:A.S. Feb. 10, 1K77. 40-Iy OYSTERS IN EVKV M'YIX O VS TU It S, l . O O.Y ami Jlti:S7.tl I!.I.1 23 St. Charles Street, Ilctwcen Canal A ('omuuui, NEW OKLKAS. LEOX LAM0T11E, Proprietor. Itonnling by the Day, Wci-k or MolitU. Private Dining Rooms up staim. Terms moderate. Oct, 1.1, 1H77. BlL- Ghamplin & Co., COM.VlSSloy MERCUAXH No. 35 C'ininilelet Street, IV e v y i lennii. ,.igentsof HAMEL JfZ & CO., IIavaxa, ClB. Ca. , Address- 11A3IEL. Jaiinnry 1.1, 1C71J. 9B-' WJt. v. iiluouov t iTV srxro.Y, (Successor to C. Keroiijon,; IT ?! 'o. 3 St. E.uannel Street bet- Da"!" anu nuni The largest assortment ' 1 1 1 1 i g'nmfa A Caxket" ' . . .. . ..,1 h,m DM Also, iJAHOOAXT. ami ., inel.fl 0il) COVINS, aiiaexerjiiiioj. . ... ...... 1. , . nf. a w im nrst-ciass esiaoosi. j Oilers reoetved and nttem.i 1 t .lours, Aluf-iK-ii Biomtf," i,.tWle!i sin on pirn iwuwu bhv, I June l-7f. Mississippi College. Clinton, Hindi Co., Will Couimenee its 2Hih Animal w gepttmber 25, l''-. Iminii the l.idilremetltS offeM'd f ns the followiuB: Ttor . structiou; rigid but pau-ri.al j sinienor morel uilliienoes, i healthfuliiess of lwatioaf k.iid i; s-teiit instrncUrs ample uu."" js ustratiou J tea- ratn ef ciarl"; private families. incIu.liii,Tii"u""'" ,,. i families. includm ,"ru'u " tb. fuel and -easlung, t' -f' ,r " ,,hinr Board in Colleire Hall, includin , and fuel, in j.er month. . '" " .T"wt.oV-: oi uer counw i their comity 1 Hull, aswl " .,!afTl- President of the Colegc, f ,i"f W. T. I A i ' TrrsideTit lJosnl Tr." AngH.i M, l-T"