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I.C. MILLER. JOS. FITZPATRICI'
I. . MILLER & O,
OPPOSITE TOWN WHARF al
COOKING AND BEATING
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF THE is
c 38 Ar.%-Pl t OAKZE
- and -
SOLD at CITY PRICES! !
House Furnishing Goods P
GRANITE IRON WARE,
Coal Oil Lamps & Lanterns
Copper, Tiu and Sheet
WWOLESALE and RETAIL
JBUON'D-4 DE 80TO 8T8.
lTs118 IS TO IN.
form my many
rlendsand the pub.
lio generally, that I
have opened, on D
801 street, first
where board can be
had by the DAY
WEEK or MONTH,
on the most e: A
I wONABLE T O'w T
a AM'. AI AL.L HO . _.
C' Attached to the Doarding House, is
a RAE BOOM, wher* the nakleast
WIRas, LIQUOrB ead 4CiB ins
o~aALWAYS be found. -
Marbh 1-ly. rsA. FiSLLOW8.
I31.8. AYLOU, - - Proprleter
Or'osern Tas Nw:~'mlIsi HOUSE.
C BUGGIES ad
HORSES TO LET.
10131 ISfl by tbe DAT, 1E11, ,@T
The BTABLE is the LARGEST and
in the STATE.
1 Partieular attention paid to
HORSES left on KEEP, or for SALE.
BPLEYDID .MULE PE.N'S
Will rent STALLS
by DAY or WEEK
HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES
aq.. of wa._
WITH NEATNESS and DISPATCH
CHEAP FOR CASH!
THE SUN FOR 1879.
THE SUN WILL BE PRINTED
every day during the year to
come. Its purpose and method will
be the same as in the past: to present
all the naws in a readable shape, and
to tell the truth though the heavens
fall. The SUN has been, is, and will
continue to be independent of every
the Truth and its
own convictions of
duty. That is the only
policy which an honest news
paper need have. That is the pol
icy which has won for this newspaper
the confidence and friendship of a
wider constitueney than was
ever enjoyed by any oth
er American Journal.
The SUN is the
ple. It is not for the rich man against
the poor man, or for the poor man
against the rich man, but it seeks to do
equal justice to all interests in the
community. It is not the organ of any
person, class, sect or. party. There
need be no mystery about its loves and
hates. It is for the honest man against
the rogues every time. It
is for the honest Deonoerat
as against the dishonest
Republican, and for
the honest Repab
lican as against the
does not take
its cue from
ces of any
It gives its
support n o
when men or
with the Con
with the pain
etples ' upon
the people, When
ever the Constltu
tion and constitu
tional- principles are vio
lated-as in the outrage
ous conspiracy of 1876, by
which a man not elected was placed in
the President's onfee, where he still
remafus-it speaks out for the right.
Thbt is the SUN'S idea of indepen- 1
deuce. In this respect there will be
no change in its programme for 1879.
The SUN has fairly earned the hearty
hatred of rascals, frauds and humbugs
of all sorts and sizes. It hopes to
deserve that bhitred not less in
the year 1879, than in
1878, 1877, or any
year gone by.
tinue to shine on the wicked with un
mitigated brightness. While the les
sons of the past should be constantly a
kept before the people, the SUN does
not propose to make itself in 1879 a
magaslue of aneieat history. It is
printed for the men and women of to
day,whoase concern is chiefly with the
has both the dis
r position and the abil
ity to afford its readers
the promptest, fullest and
' most aeeurate intelligence of what
5ver in the wide world -i worth attean
Rton. To this end the resources; be
longing to well-eethliahed prosperity
will be liberally employed. Tihe pre
Sent disjointed condition of parties in
this u9ntry, and the uncertainty of
abthe f 5lend an extraordinary sig
I AiMed .to the events of the coming
of the press,
the debatea and acts.
of Congress, and the:
movements of the leaders fIn
every section of the Republic
will have a direst bearing on the Pres
idential election of 1880-an eyent
which must be regarded witl
the most anxious interest by
every patriotic Amer-
lean, whatever bispo
1~. Iltaltidea or
.I .....i... . these
eI enie eeaiis ~y be added the
resiql s t.; grass willten
I atrbP bywuii m i;oa, the
in each of
ezponmlaa 8014, r .a .
ing to its wll , S thods, the
labrIm +tn1 rv C I
por- uM ,wlet-rr Iu, +.
I taut part of the SUN'S rt4g' .
-We have the means of ~ lsig,-hg
BUN, as a political, a literArg,Midla
general Uewspapar, more eante g
and more USEFUL than eveoI'O
and we msea to apply them
e of subseription remasin unchanged. For
the Daily SUN, a foot page sheet of
twenty-ght eolumns, the price by
smail, poslt; la, isS cents a month, or
6.50 a oyear'-o, ionlading the aSunday
paper,an eight lpage sheet of ifty-six
cofumal, the lirleo is'i qents a' month
or p7.70 k betr, poeta paid by us.
The 8UNDY EDITION .f dth SUN
i fra eseparately at .Sb1. a
yerspta paid by hs. Thieli~ie
f the W iLULT SUN,-eilbt pagss
ftly-ds oolamns, is I 4.- yeas, .pot
;it paid. Poz clubs of ten acodiog
$t0 we will smed Ir extra espy reep.
I. W. BINGLIIN,
PUlLISlla 01 TIE Sain,l NW TO CITe
o EVERY DE80WPTION
NEATNE8s AT o
SFAIR PRICE FR A
GIVE U ,A CALL .
DEATH TO PAIN I
DR. W. Q. GARDNER'S
GOOD FOR MAN & BEAST
Pains in the Back
and Sides, Headache, Tooth
ache, Sore Throat, Fresh Cuts, Sprains
and Ibruises, Stiff Joints,
Stings of Insects,
and in fact a GOOD MEDICINE for
ALL KINDS OF ACHES and PAINS. 1
Every Family Should Have a Bet
tle l the Heouse.
Price, 50 Cents per Bottle.
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO TIlE
Sept. 13, 1878.
D sad NlraMLme LsMtteml.
PI L t.31.t' Wr l
:1TET7W OR~I EANTS
Transportation Company I
SUnited States Mail Packets.
The following first. class Steamers eompose
this line'lr the season of 1878 a,p
1879, and will ply regnlardy
in the Red River trade
carrying the United -
at BART. ABLE, MARIA LOUISE,)
d TEXAS, BONNIE J. E,.
y ASHLAND, SILVER CITY,
o DANUBE, C. H. DURFEE,
is JO. BRYARLY, Corrow VALLEY,
Feinx .Wu.JRa , CoamzIlBRAK ON
LAtRA -LEE; W. J. BEHAI
JEWEL, JOHN T. MOORE,
~OWHARF BOAT CHIARGES DRAY.
I .L leor Coemmissions, will be charged
Sat theo of Red River, Bayou Sara or
New Orl.ijs on forwarding freight co
si ned to the Company by Bill of Lading.
(t* inornnatloqn .'rnlslkd oo< pphq*
Jon to jO.A.AIKW
k... iG ll Graierstreet New-0 9. W .
Bassoex's Cr*ii Poaous e
np or weakness 1t 81
Sb rnt satn end b!lite
trio bestr n
It was invented to overcome the slo
teon of tlhe 'ordinay Porous Plas
tr ers. rdtrtlees pain. at: once, an
la*taiwre other plasters :wilt no
,y releve, SoWi "everyawheth to
Druggists. Prieo w Cents.
PA cx cR ~ , . -LLS
p.I pill aehb night f
I gor, Maine. +p, .
TEE GtgATisof1i;tIniN.a~ ".4
RHEUMATISMI GOUT & NEURALGIA.
T HOSE TERit1BL ENEMIES OF HU.
man bappiness. Rheumatism, Gout
and Neuralgia, heretofore seemingly un
couqnietahle. have indeed found their mps
ter In- JgN SI_' ANNIIIILATOR. We
bhaee the testit6ny of mein of the highest
standitlg in Louisiana and other States,
that aftersnfferinglindescribable pains for
years, from which they sought relief in
Italp bjy 'isitipg ..the Hot and Warm
Springsa of Arkdaiss andViriihas, .id by
neilig doeens of remediesumore or less high
ly praised, when, in fact. hope had almost
died out, they have found relief fromn pain
by the use of the ANNIHILATOR, and by
continuing it for a shbort tinme. have been
perfectly cared. The ANNIHILATOR is
a preparation purely vegetable, agreeable
to the taste. dtil mnay bee takedl without
fear of auy iujirious ~nults by the delit
cate as well as the ruhnsiba oonstt.ntiton.
W'Price $f 00 per'bottle. "For ele by r
all l)ruggists. Ask your Druggist for cir
cular containing cortifioates, or send to
N. JENKINS & CO., Proprietors,
New Orleans, La,
Finlay & Thompson, Whoelesale Drug
gists. New Orleans, La., General Agents
for Louisiana. Texas; Miessiseppi, Alabawse
Arkanses and Florida.
March 6, 1878-lyr.
Henry RenshawAlbItt Cammack, Jams.A. Reashaw
IRENSHAW, CAMM aEKi C.,
. 3 3Pterdiio Sieeft,
NEW ORLEANS, LA,
WLihberal CqpaAjiexczs made on eon
sighmtnts in bhandl. nov2, lyr.
" ... . ...P ..n s pr md..` + ' ......a.
cowl.. se only 4. Sdperb Oaind Square
-Branm " ý i. Pianos, pct I
$1600 only $425. Superb (rand Square
j Pianos, prieo $1100 only $255. Elegant
Upright Plaseos, pride $8A only $15.-4
New Style Upright PanaS $112.50, Or
gans $35. Organs 12 stops $7,50.
Churcp Organs itsltope pies $30Wonly
$115. Elegant $375 Mirror Top Organs
Sonly 1W.,.,Rqoyeqr come and see me a
hoerme II tSimnot as represented, R. R;
SFare aid both ways, and Plano or Or
S-Itan give htree' Large" lTlit" NwsT i a
lIr with much information ablit cost
-if#tetintes t Oranis sentfree. Please
a idresi DANIEGT. BEA'rY,. Wash
ington, N'i i aug $l"4w
d so o w, $.
ii8i$8f ROOS FOR
ID*a W8 E~XHAd
S!F L APLYON TRE
P oI JAME8 *DFS1Be.
- abs~16B875 At.fi
; iI··!i 1 inS'1 4U0 ~IV':F I.*IP6,
CHILLSE U pVERSI YSPEPS1A S
Female Dlsorders, topared by i
The Home oBiter . St. Louis,
Preserlbed By Best P~hysionlas, r
and Sold by Dealers Everywhere.
N O TICE!
rIE UNDERSIGNED HIAS ASTHOP
co erner of FOURTH and SCOTT t
streets, and notifies the public thut he
will give special attention to the buil
ding of ' -
C IST E RNS.
ALSO THAT HE IS READY AS AN
:,. -: . - " :I .HOME-MA E,
and .all't, the usual trimmings. He, has
just i`eeived ad. SPLENDID . *IEW
HEARiE, aid will follow'hbl-e dacVa
tion and serve the pnuli 'bdi THE
MOST :EASONABLECOASM RAlES.
JOHN KHA 'RR.;
March 27, 1878-tJ. I
.. .t .: i: .f., . SI NOr+ ,. .
!Milwaukee Lager :Beer!
UNDER TILE TOW N HALL.
OST OPENED AND FITTRED-UP
I. b he undersigned, where- the
Wines, Liquors b& igLrs
are kept constantly on hand- td sold
ga PRI TO` IT /IrES.
SI aN , M t
,o +---OR- ,
TL Il IllE
I Y.: ,BEMY ULLB M
An eight-page:newapaper, will be.sent
(postage prepaid) from now "
untai' anuary 1,
FOR: TO.N I. 6,EN6qTS.
This Special Offewisinade to enable the -
Southert n p. l to ,seeor trhenselves
olw good ap r TF WORl , : is
and heow woorthy it is of their support.
1N THE.I r OF MAY, 1876, THE
Sownership a'd conitrol ' of THI.
WORLD passed into the hahder of'tle
onde~lragned, inder whoseabsolnte and
untrammeled direetion THRE WORLD
htas. ever since: remained. and ,now
remain:a thie liifof tis timeO THIE
WORLb) has labored patiently; ad
perieve~inglys~ for the aecomplisalment
of two grelat, objects in politics of pare
mount interest to the Southeri people.
1. Tile restoration of Lodl 8Self
Goverbitmet tlit the South.
.2 A. Real =Reform of :the Cihi ei;r
tice, id ascii wise, as to, estleairoy tlhp
political machiles under,the operation
of wliicl it' ihat cne to psliss t it the
people ' e tazed 'i t saypport itºile .
parties, whereaspolitical parties ;hare
no other reason: of' being e+ept ,to
lessen the bqwena of agosr~wnt..
Th6 firstof thef i)se oects hlin been
trtinm pn hiahntciiim pi'p hed.h All ini.
telligent Norther"'-- men now- admitt
that all parts 'of the country were as
eeply .ioterested as the South in see
ug it won. AA coirrupt and 'a'nti Deem
oratlc goverftnint tii thie Siiith was" a
piermsitet fieti to `th1t~'scentdancy of
true Aamerican principlens, in 'theL 'Fedle
raIl.Gorerlnmeaqtand therefore to thelu
peace and hopnor of the whole .iople,.
The secoind poi tcal. object lir which
THE' WORLD contends stlll" temain s
to be fully aclhieved. The abtual: Ad
ministratip&begaun tear itacarr with ex
cellent promises in, tiºi directiop,of
which it is sutilelent'to say tiat' they
iate -ieb its 'yet otinly in part ire
d~emed:. T'HE }WORLD for its part
will' resolutely support any honest e.f
fort to redeem, these pro ies" fully,
by wihomºpver made, and will as resa
olutelydeibuuce every obstacle ti rown
-in the way of redeeming them, front
It seems to the undersigned . emi
unetly proper that he shouki ask the
co-operatiisi of the est inmen of the
South Witl THE WORLDin its efMorts
to canry out the polihey here utlined.
le believes THE WORLD to lbe ti pa
par which $sOutheru citizens and Dett
ocrL'ts ean recouimuneil to S.thoiern
reners ia his ilfl'eni'e worthy inud ia
portant ,to be broaught. to bear: with
eonatlautl.n incteasing power upoli the
clntidat Ol otr Italiotnal of itl'si, itt the
interest oftti uth, ofjostitee and of har
niansy imanºtlgour peoplei of all sOtions.
It is my desire to keep THiE WORLD
in a; l liiing n reINtlOla witlh the 'best
tlhought of the South, t to the. end. that
the bent itlets, wishlles id feeliage of
1 the Satitlhera people unlS he clearly
tald fitiihy'made known to the North,
.the East and: the Weat. Alike in. pri
vpte and, ih public affairs: the minu
Sderstandi of men by oae niptlther lhez
t tlim rt'of so mnucli evil that lthe
N 'woird liti~s lins come to be i ,synainym
withli quiTrrellaig and trte. :'lt t-was-a
wip sayuig pf, Lord Elgig, a'thwti e
of ,ou.of our shlarpe~set dispute 'wrili
Greait' 'irit it, That tii 'ittcltigent
gentltniiidaloje ion a' raft to' e Ate
lauitief rthj pleuiry ipoweri ctuld settle
Uhe w.hollonttptr hIonorsblyip hu oear.
) T'E wj JLD sintply asks its alaendus
Sat the Soii'lU,to aid it hia | 'b'ioltg
about i coagp etoquoeeany of ouita~ai~n
e. 1 laUbi qg.o"o. "Sbet"wpe, alie intl
l~gent, gi se. n of 'I1 a.'ports, :-."f.lee i
s; - "e eIr,.id i .u m mn(e + rn La .,
Ony The pai ,.;:s moirba posrel ( free
W eih 8ud+Weeklyn ond 1eo-rl,
a |W l atl gesit A bigihotra e'plb
To'oabti g-usa uA"t'': ra-c, ."
l. With o ndl itiosn, sltBtiths. .
mop , S n,
monts,pctge. ,, f ; S
lit flmiw t n itt".
age treat u t . 8ie8l
qladonlQ ' 'ootia
+-s..." ... a....i .. Dco... owd
or 'registere etter.Billesa by
was4wjlj bl isoti . do
li;r0 eeeitestivo 6udw bri e Idred.
~ I IJ1 fIU TI a i
r IYIrEIf 'I AT .4 JOHINSTOI
Tise old and reliable.bzrnsmneus
Louse undnner tbe. chareej
nue 'businest s 'at
its'OLD SJTAND, where,
ALL THE QOODS, WARES.
SIare still kept and offered at
tlle mos reaaiur-:'a' 1
S t :ble, :rates.
v K SA, BOOTS, ; * ,
still continuf thea arkeilie
clalty on tliebouse:
line -we are 4'hffringq the
newest darngna, the. ý
i ·"i ~letng*, at :trt?-~19el
loweistprices. Oni). atock of
In all of itas bonitclica in ;the j
¢ Torro fAlexandri i.
eallinig can ho suit
ed i ted. turned- oft' jl e aed
*1'~w'iaOlt. & K
o no ~ A tu etianar taw ha i
t uew uoftlv I Leaaulars 4r
heowLac Qa.r: A
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r N...b dA R PAlj ·· IIT T.,
epeenei tso met.~ ir if li
Pk%)!4t . G*oarprr r t·jie 5
30 fr04hl ·Ipivr 'o44sjsh
12 i pd a c~~al F~attp James.
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!5 Ieqr~~ii ld~rndmsfikt ~arw f.L-i ijaf
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