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WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1868
AMaIs'MZETS Tnsm mVWNEs.
In. CWAR.LES THATER-Tba spectasmiar drama "The
ACADEMY OF MUSIC-The speutamelmr deaa "A Tale
JEW OPEPA BOUrE-Fream Opera and Camdp-"Ids
oli, Dramatique'"-"Les e dsvoe eas SeargI."
VARIETIES S HEATmESatagmnp t at of o S th
JOHN ROBI6S4) 'S CIECUS-At ThivoU iCea-.Soferm.
maces at I and 7i . cloct
IRESIENT CITY MUSECUM-Wos a se p Pt. Charl
strees-Wonderft l living ad smural cuarlekie, ole.
A arrr NEw YaSu.-The Cascnzrr this
morning, as it has done on many other anni
versaries of the day, greets its readers and
friends with a "Happy New Year." If some
of them are not as happy as we wish them to I
be, and as we think they ought to be, the
wish on our part is none the less sincere and 1
heartfelt. To those who are in distress or a
trouble we wish peace amn prosperity-to
those who are able to enter on the new year
with satisfaction and comfort, we wish a
grateful heart for their blessings, and a spirit
of charity for the ditresses of those who are
bowed down by misfortune. At the thresh
cld of another year it is meet that all the
gentle and kind impulses of the heart should
be cherished-and, in invoking upon our
readers a " Happy New Year," we feel sure
that we express a sentiment that none of
them will fail to reciprocate.
In accordance with custom, and to enable the
employds of the ascarcrr to enjoy the social
pleasures of New Year's Day, no evening paper
will be issued from this ooee today, sad so I
morning peper on Thursday.
rtAwuaimssa ox Naw Ysaan' DAr.-We re
eeived last evening a box of largea d delleiously- I
flavored .trawberrles, which were presented to us
by Mr. F. M. Wiggins, of Pontchatouol, on the
Jackson Railroad. These berries were grown In I
the open air, in the garden of Mr. Wiggias, and
were as sweet as If grown in May. The prodoc- 1
tion of such fine fruit at this season shows what
our Louisiana soil is capable of. These who wish
to indulge in the unfmual luxury of strawberries
on New Tear's day, will fid them at the confec
tionery of Mr. F. Kunts, corner of Canal and
A NEw Ysan's PUEsNT.-Our friend Joed
Domlago is like old Virginia is one respect-he
Snever tires." The other day he seat as two
boIes of his royal Havana cigars for a Christmas
present; and now he sends us another brace of
boxes for a New Year's gift. Jose Domingo poe
eaeses two happy lanspirations-he not only knows a
bow to keep the best and most fragrant cigars '
that are imported into the city of New Orleans, I
but he also knows where to send them, that they
may be fully enjoyed.
The eity treasurer signalised New Year's Eve t
by destroying upwards of 73,000 Ina city notes, c
in presence of the proper officials. Fire was the a
destructive element. At the ame time sad plase
139 blank bonds, with coupons attached, dated t
ept. 1, 1867, to ran 25 years, wmalso burned. t
*The new, sec." I
Passengers arriving bre Teseday ilght itm c
Canton, Miss., report a heavy uow storm on
Monday night and Tuesday, which exteaded with
gradually diminishing force as far down as Mag
molla. The cars came into Canton Tuesday morn.
lag with a thick fleece of the hyperberem pro
CnaRLES DIntxES.-Mcessr. Krull & Dickey, t
106 Canal street, booksellers and publishers, send d
us, from ID. Appleton & Co., New York, the
Christmas stories of Dickens, admirably printed
and bound in a very handy style. Price, only 25 a
cents. Dickens and Appleton need no pane.
gyric, for each is excellent in his owna ine.
Geo. Ellis, the enterprising news dealer, oppo
otte the Post Office, has his store fell of holiday
plctorials, and has sent aus Harper's Weekly, the 1
Phueny Phellow, the Ilostrated Police News, a
BSoutbhern Bociety, and the last weekly edition o I
the Counrrier des Etata Unis.
DIrrINGuIPnHtD ARRIVAL8 AT rTHu By. CEAULEs
HorYS.-Mr. and Mrs. Davis, tiGes. pusa.
nea. Wade Hampton, Gen. N.. B. PForrest and
Gea. J. H. Chalmers.
Among the arrivals at the BSt. Charles are
Messrs. Sam. DeBow, formsely of the Crescent O
City, and W. W. Conway, of St. Louis. These
gentlemen have ben attrated hither ehIey by I
thkir daire to wltness the winter meetia over
F. T. Cooper, formerly of the Jackson Kissis
slppln, will begin the publication at Summit,
about the let of January, of a new paper to be i
called the Summit Times. I
A new paper, to be called the MssIsippi Dem.
ocrat, will make its appearance at Yas.)o City
about the 2d dayof January. It will beedited by
Colonel Garnett Aadrew, Jr. ,
Another break haoecurred in the levees below
In a Mission Sunday school, New York, at the
Christmas festrival, a popular speaker was talknlog
to the children in familiar colloquial style, and at
tbh elose of his remarks, after describing the good
time coming, and the Millenim, he asked the
question, " Will net that be glorious?" Pans.
Jag for a moment, as it for a reply, ose of the
ragged beyn respoeded with the phrase " Haun.
The Board of Aldermen ofNew York, have
passed a resolution requiring all llqncr dealers to
take out a license, paing therefer $100, w thout
regard to the excise commissioners (Albany
ereated)' who had already obligeS them to take
liceuas oat, under their authority, at the rate of
Th Native Vilgnits mey: " We happen to
know that movememin are n foot by which the
whole power of the Germas pres the Atlantio
8tates will be brought tohberin vr sof SBoath
era Btates ud Virgintia espeelally."
Bapphrse-blus, yellow and pinak--are found I
t Moantana. They ruak n value nt to dia
Mrs. Corn L. V. HBatch DanIs, whose husband,
Cal. N. W. Daiels, died in Leubiaa lasit emmer
of yellow fever, has ecepted the invitLation of
eltiseus of Toledo to deliver her views sad expc
rises teuchig the sondition .1 e people of
Ameng the repoters at m e.Demreste paper
msquemade, Chrmmas eve4a elorud m
ws notied, fa ell dress,. with l , te. He
enived the iam at ash1 whlits hutheeu
TrJIsDCIATIO ot L*sN D 1OrspIsTT IW J
" Among the many heft surrounding the ad- I
rvet of the year just opaning, which are on I
their bee unqualfiedly unpropitous is the I
universal and tremendous depreciaka of real I
estate in the agricultural distrits of the 8outh. I
A melancholy example of the ruinous fall in a
Southern lands and of the moneylem con
dition of the Southern people, is thus related I
in the Savannah News and Heald, Georgia:, I
HD'-SvyLLn, Lrnaer CoavNry. Ga.,
December 10, 150. J
A sale has takes place at this eesty seat that
so well narks the extreme depreelados ia the
money market that I ead you the particulars.
Col. Quarterma. of thiseuaty, deoeaeddald is
l executor, Jeug Peaster, was compelled to close
the estate. The property was advertised as was
required by law, sd on last court day It wassold. t
A handsmo residence at Walthourvile, with ten
sers attached, t-houses sad all neseoery sp
pendages of a first-elas planter's residete, was I
sold for dollars. The puarhaser was the
agenOt of the 's berlr t.
b is plantation, four hundred sad fifty ores of
prime laad. brought oe huudred sad lfty dol
tare; sold to a Mr. Frasr. 8ixty-six acres of
other land, near Walthourville, broeght three
a dollars; purchaser, Mr. W. D. Bacon. These
were all bona lid sales.
It was a court day, and a Ipge meou ree of
d people were present The meet of them were
t lar e property owners, but really had not five
ndollars thei pockets, and i consequenas woeld
o sot , as the sales wer for cash.
° It is hardly to be doubted that, were the I
d best landed estates in Louisiana put up at r
nr auction withodt reserve to-morrow, their sale
p would exhibit prices on a scale of deprecia
tion corresponding with the prices mentioned
in the above latter. If such would be the
results of a forced sale of the most eligible
it lands of the State, it is not difficult to form
a an idea of the asy and advantageous terms
. on which a large proportion of these lands
e could be obtained by private negotiation with
d the proprietors. This matter is eminently
worth looking into by men who have any
spare capital to be invested,, whether North
b erners or Southerners, Americans or Euro
of peans. Land is at the basis of all wealth, and
there is nothing which, in the long run, will
afford so safe and so stable an investment.
And yet here in the South millions of aores of
d it, highly unproved, and productive beyond
r example, are not only lying idle, but vainly
o inviting purchasers at prices which, by a
strange concurrence of circumstances, are so
low as to be utterly insignificant when com
pared with their intrinsic and normal
value. It would almost seem as though
r they were surrounded with the circle of some
n sinister enchantment, paralyzing the timid
d who approached it, and striking dead the
bolder who attempted to cross it, But the
It spell must at last be broken. Capital, and
h enterprise, and emigration will not always
continue to seek remote and comparatively
sterile regions, while in thein the South, easily and
-quickly accessible from every quarter, the
princeliest and cheapest lands on the face of
4 the globe are spread, under a genial clime,
Sawaiting and inviting their coming. The im
pediments which have heretofore barred the
way to these affluent resources, even suppos
ing them to be insuperable, as they are not,
s are in their nature temporary and exceptional.
s There is a superabundance of money among t
I, European capitalists looking for investments
f abroad. It would eagerly absorb all the v
United States bonds within its reach, but for d
s the specter of repudiation which has been ,
conjured up by political agitators. There is no
a spectral contingency of this kind to frighten
e it from the purchase of Southern lands,
d the title in which is guarantied by the Consti- t
tution even against forfeiture by confiscation. a
Northern cities begin to choke, and Southern
t cities also in a scarcely less degree, with larger a
populations than there are local resources of
business to sustain. While many must leave t
the cities to obtain subsistence, others will do t
so to find more advantageous opportunities
for using their money than city pursuits have I
afforded them. If wise, both classes will see I
that the South, at this moment, in her abun- r
dance of cheap and productive lands, already
Simproved, offers with unexampled liberality,
all the conditions of which both are in quest. I
A 1MwT Nzw Ya.--Last year we were
pleasntly surprisel by a v it from Gem. Pope,
not of the third military district, but a very
y worthy and respectable colored man, who has I
e been for twenty years employed in the 'EGem," I
, and who is perfectly true to his old Sopthern
Sfricrd. P pe brought a bountiful ead welcome
supply of krug and greenback champagnetrom our I
energetie and good lookinag townsman, Jules, whose
a patrosym, owing to the strength and quality of
the wine, we esanot for the moment recall, but
Sabois known in the neighborhood of Boyal and
Carl streete, chiey as the attentive sad liberal
host of the Gem. The Gem is an excellent place
Sof refreshment. With Jules in charge of the
Sestablishment, and Mike at the lunch table, no r
publie resort in the city huas better liquors or more
r sbstantial lunches. The barkeepers are polite,
attentive and obliging. The cigars at the cigar
stand are of excellent quality ansi very cheas.
Connected with the Gem is Ogyster Bay, where
, the Lrothers Borges make it apoint to furnish the
Sbeet oysters coming to town. They are sleepless
in search of the best, nad one of them is nightly
on the watch for luggers, whether from Bayou
Cototte, Mobile, Southwest Pass, or Baratsria.
To eat the Bouthern oyster in its excellenoe, the
y epicure must go to Oyster Bay. Borges has them
raw, fried, stemed, roasted, or "any other man."
SHe seat uas a gross last eveaig, and their style in
We also received frm George, of the Suam
Ster, (George Jscobechaven,) a beaker huge in
I di endure, overflowing with egg nog of a per
fectly delicious flavor. We had counted on George,
because he sever forgets hie frkends, and is a
warm admirer and a constant reader of the N. O.
SCanscarv. Everybody that goes to the Postoflle
S(and that means the whole city,) knows where
Sthe Somter is, and the masuculine portion always
wet their whistles at the Sumter opposite, and
Stake a look at George's smdiling sad handsome
Success to the Gem and the Somter. Hip, hip,
bhurrah! sad a happy and prosperous year to
Sboth, as well as to Oyster Bay.
Mr. B. F. Carpenter makshe a manly retraction
of his published salumny against Hoe. Horatio
S eSymour, as regards the latter's relations with
Sthe late President Incoln. Mr. Carpenter's in
Sformant wee gresnly deceived.
Bolmes says he never saw true happiness ina a
family circle where there was net ea open fire
Splace. Fedge !
SIt i stated that the Arst week in January is to
be observed as a week of prayer throughout the
r Mr. Diekem will give his next readings in Philh.
4 Willam Calin Brysat is writiru three poem
for the New York Ledger. for whieh Mr. Boeuer
pays him three thousa d dollars. This is the
Slargest amount ever paid to a poet.
I OlwIw gasaissi to be thdeasadat of a
N AnTAL or g W. isriann Iw 3Y,.
The steamship Caba, whisk hos beli e
td- pe-ed for two or three ds, esaleelrt es.
on ing at 7 o'clook, feom hoi ss via Havana,
he bringing song her pmmer n-President
al Davis and Mrs. Davis, who are as their way
tb. to the hore of Mr. Davis's brother in Mis
m- Notwithstanding the inclemency of the
ad weather, and the latenes of the hoar at which
the steamer arrived, there were many of his
friends who went to greet him, and to we
come him once more to a city which he vths
t now for the tsnt time for many years, and
s. where he has friends as true, as devoted, and
as warm-hearted as y man ever hbad any
where. This spoaneous tribunte of aleo
i. tion and respect was rendered to Mr.
Davis not mrm* from common sys
ras pathy and common snfering in a muse
lhe in which all were involved-but from a
Ssinmee appreelatim by his Mends of the
lot- grand qualitee that have ever maced Mr.
of Davis as a statesman of the fist order, soml
ee dier of unsurpassed gallantry, a gentlmn in
of every relation of life, and a men whseord
are In all the respects of purity and honor, will
lie stand equal to that of any other who has
ild livedithis or anyother age. n abehalfof
his thousands of friends hi this ity, we ea
he tend to Mr. Davis a welcome to our homes
at and our hearts.
fed AcAknaY or Mrasc.-The two performances of
the "Tale of Enohaatmeat" are ansoeuned for
to-day-st noon sad in the eveeleg. As ia part
ble lag with a friend whoem aoeqantam has gives
rm cause for agreeable mmeries, we lHger, and
vstly endeaverto postpone the sepaation, so to
a day, no doubt, will very masy who have, tim
Ids upon time, witnessed the piece take this oppor.
ith tunity of giving it a triumphlexit from the stage,
regretting eve as they do it, its departure.
Ily Last evening there was a fahr house, and an en
my thasietliome toe. Mile. Carmaggio's New Year's
th-eve was made Joyos ba score of bouquets.
VlAsunrs.--r. Booth's wonderful impersons.
ro- tion of liamet was repeated last eveoing before
a an audience, which, Ia view of the severity of the
weather, was not a bad one. This evenleg
rill Richard 11l." Is to be played, and. nview of the
t occasioan, we look fo eve a better hoe than
of usual. "Bichelleu," oue of Mr. Booth's master
pieces. is to be given to-morrow evening.
and Si. CnasLss--The " Black Orouk will he
oly played twice to-day. There will be a matis6e at
noon. and the young folks may has as opporte.
a nilty of witnessing this woederful spectacle. Thea
so gain, this evening, it will be repeated, and those
S who hitherto have failed to go, may no longer
have a reasonable excuse forabsentitn themselves.
nal The dancing of Misses Betty and Emily Rigal will
gh alone amp y repay visitors.
'IHE OrRA.--Verdi's effective opera of " Tro
me vatore" was represented for the third time this
aid season, last night. To-night a varied per
the urnance consisting of "Les Bendeavous Baur.
peoin," the standar. New Year's Operetta, and
the the side splitting piece entitled " Lees olies
n Dramatiquee," will be given for the special bene
it of children. The prices on this occasion will
Sbe the same ason Sundays. On Thursday Pa Faust"
ely will be sung, when the public will be called upon
ad not only to judge of M'ile. Lambel6 as the puren
a-rgterlse, but also of the beautles of new
the scenery painted by that old and worthy attach6
of of the Opera, Mr. Develle, whose talent has very
often been applauded for the effective decors of
e, the prophet.'" L'ltolle du Nord" and other operas.
i BusTlsoN's Ciactrs.-The beautiful display oc
casioned by the parade of this combination circus
yesterday, is certainly a temptation to visit the
Ds- pavilion in which its performances are riven.
ot, There will be two of these to day. and, it being
moreovere festival day, there is every reason to
al anticipate a large audience. Lovers of sports of
ng the saw-dust, and admirers of soological curiosi
ties, will here find a tiety of amusement.
Cancaur ClrY Msasu.--To-day, in the adl
he versal gaiety that will prevail, the Museum will
ror doubtless come in for its full share of patronsae.
It is located opposite the St. Charles Hotel, and
on will be open aoer nine o'clock usttil midnight.
no -.-.-------- -
en The elelsh Disaster.
The Charleston News, of the 26th, says at least
ti- twenty persons. who were on board the ill-fated
n. steamshfp Raleigh, still remain to be accounted
for. The ire is supposed to have originated from
overheating of the boilers and the consequent ig
er nitlon of the wooden bulkheads. The cargo con
of stated of assorted merchandise, and it is believed,
from divers explosions heard whilst the ship was
yre burning, that combustible materialss were amongst
do the goods. Capt. Marshman stuck to the ship to the
last, having been seen on board by the last boat's
crew. The Raleigh belonged to the Atlantic Coast
ive Mail Steamship Line. was built at Greenpoint, L.
__ I., in 1 65, and was 668 tons burden. bhe was in
every way a staunch and sea-worthy vesseL It is
n- not known whether she sank or not. hut one of I
ly the boats reports that the reflection of the flames I
was seen until about eleven o'clock Tuesday
y night. when it suddenly disappeared. Even if
st. the Raleigh sank at tnia hour, Capt. Marashman
would have had abundant time to get out anotnher
boat or rig up a raft, and this would have been
made eaisr by the fact that the sea fell after the
pe, son went dows.
try Many incidents of tragic grotesqueness took
ha p ate on tihe burning ship, and one of these will
, point a moral if it will not adorn a tale. A lady
named Br)ant. from Mobile. about fifty years of
ten tae, fell overboard during the ruih for the boats.
me She had on a lfe preserver, which would have
r kept her afloat, but around her waist she had
Sbelted a large sum tn specie,. and this additional
weight esarried the unfortunate woman to the
t The disaster occurred bout twenty miles south
ad east of the Charleston lightheouse.
se Gen. Or", it is credibly stated, was relieved of
he the command of the Fourth District at his own
no request. Be wanted to go to California.
Miss Louile Wastern, Mass Josie Orton and Mrs.
SJohn Drew are in Philadelphia.
Col. Chklkering is about sending one of his
r grand pianos to the Imperial Palace of St. Peters
tly John Brougham. Commissioner Rollins and
on " Mark Twain" were Ia New York on the 27th.
. Woodville. Missiesippi. has a Merchants' and
th Mechanics' Exchange and a reading room.
." Jekson. Miseiseippl, s to have s radical paper
,sn on the 7th January.
Esgllh railways are not making money.
in General Pennybacker hs assumed temporary
cr- cemmand of the sub-distrie of Misisippi, while
General Gllerm is In Washington.
At the American dinner in Berlin on Thanks-'
givin y, Mr.ijy Theodore t. Pay saIud he had read
B* nly lat day, with lndignation atid shame, the
cletter of Mr. Thad. Stevens. iHe did know hin
personally, but he must be a man without an idea
Sof honor, morality or religion; a man who would
rad ceat the creditors of the State for party pur
me poses, and bread the republic with ilfamy. The
letter was fall of such rgumenta as King BHerod
would have used if be ad been a member of Con
i, gress, and thought it necessary to give so eOxpla
to natlion about the dancing affairs of the daughter
of Herodis. He protested against his letter in
the nsame of an enormous majority of the Ameri
on can people that believed in God, and did not want
tio to sell their honor for a dish of lentil.
ith On the departure of Bis op Belwyn for his di
in. ces in New Zealand. Bidney 8mith, in taking
leave of him, said: "Good bye, my deer Selwyn;
1 hope you will not disagr with the man who
a eats yoe." _ -
Ire The sugar house of Olivier & Pellerin, near
Bayou Cypremort, in Bt. Mary's prish, was
burned on Chritmas night.
the Wonders never will cases. For sixteen years
the French people, perhaps the most natorally
warlike sand implsively patriotic nstion on the
globe, have hald no other musical outlet allowed
s to their feelints than the pretty air of "Partut
pour la 8gris" of Queen Borteese. Bet, a short
time sies, at the Clrque de I'brepatrice a sad
pm den and iresItihie demmed was made apon the
ne Austrian beed playing there for "La Mardellas,"
the nd so wild sad realy tere wesre the houts
that the conductor was eompelled to yield. The
people recaed the losg npprased tooes with
iadescrilbale enthmlaes, beting time to the
tlt rarer w ats urM h o A C eO ,
w y eseolutiones.by , sor, **. * r** l"
Kin o at o the wat" p.M e sb fevesee I the
bathý woe reel s.l -uni. o
nch I 1th tlthe oga elof e tof he
his eemlattees. bO41 of the was'them _
takes up as theersea e thee afo ies as
wel follows: ". h-i sab bhe -amsed tges
hits labor, sad LAilg the pale. t wP
and Crane, @f Ohemse. reqeestel ta ebtbeld per.
S n-eIon to eek n -_ups e the qugeoM. -
was folowed by Whi, Odessa, w .nos
my- spoke at pre Ie .
Iso- Numeres ether spekers ede sead th es
Mr. mr. WaPdIrOy Qdedn n u nl?.sbb mter
A direet vote wu hally tinks, na It the
,es adoption of the arse by a N ef 48 to U.
m a Ant. 11. Lo tlw bm e md deet -ntmg
labor and als the pwL e. theleof.
ART. w Ip LEery has the stebel sight to
Mr. worsbip God toor Y the dictates of his com- a
ol nteucee Nore l rte shall be requed M a
qualit6etion f oo.a
[The following o red by n . Plnohebek, ode
tor orwed)oO sa ta as -rel 13, the dt
e right of a peness to tand the eem
has men earrne, md be ematetald ae"iL places of
Sa public character shall Yet no lbe, or l
ic seevof ..,to si ,..,o .
SCarried.] The fdlowing aubeteto wea them
ofrered by him as rotiole 1I T thIe Comitlatio.
All persons s e a yequal tught and plrevi
lege., while traveliofng in bate; ml all pebde
places of eaWnsemeat, reteshmet, esteetlmeat,
s of or of any publi nature whatever, shall be open
for to all pers alike. No compsy. or imualipal,
art. pariah or chartered oerporatiem shall make amy
eas roales or regulatles re ay dlstmleio be
ad tween persoe eom eeoe t of r , lodor or pee
s to- vios coaditios.
lime Without eeming to a vete em the mbstito, the
por convention adjse to Tkhsdeap the 34 in ste -
ag*, at 11 A. M.
en- Faox Dencsass's Nw Srour.-Diokes's new
r's story. George fverm 's Mpla e" has
the following ohanaetrle pbe 1mg: "MIother
00$- had the gripo sad clutch o- poverty ne her
or face, upon her re, nd, t t o all, p
th ber voce. er sharp sad high plebhet rd I
o I were squseed eat 01 her, as by nompren of
t bony ngers on a leathers bag; m l she had a
than way o rollng her eyes bet and abot the el
t .l, as he scolded that was gom d huary.
Father, with bin sluLodemm roaded, would ik
qe uiet on a three lgged sleol, looklsg at the
Sat empty grate, ustil s would Aeek he steol hem
w- onder him. aend bid hi go bring some mey
ohe hbome. Thn he woed dmealnedthe steps,
hoe and I. holding my raggod sirt and treser t
iter gother with a hand tmy enly braces,) would foint
ves. and dodge from mother's pursuing grasp at my
will hair. A wordl little devil was mother's naal
rsme for me. Whether I cried for that I was in ta
Tro- the dark, or for that it was cold, or for that I was Pu
this hungry, or whether I squeeed myself inato a warm
per- corner when there was a Are, or ate vorsolously
')i when there was food, she would still say,' 0 you
and worldly little devil.' And the sting of It was that
lies I quite well knew myself to be a worldly little a
one- devil. Worldly as to wanting to he housed and
will warmed; worldly as to wanting to be fed; worldly
nat" as to the greed with which I inwardly compared
'Pon how much I got of those good things with how
pure much father and mother got, when, rarely, those
new good thigg were going."
rery A few days ago rome neqro, horse hieves were -
Sof taken from Bt. Leadry and put into collfnement
rae. at Franklin, whereupoe a gang of armed freed
oc men attempted their rescue. The determined It
rcns front of the eitisess awed them into salence.
n to At r. Dr daler's Curch, as Dee. , MTSr ALUM wn
a of PATTERSON to Ms 1o. W. WANG, all or tl city. N
ni- TeAttea er the egtr.
Tsake for the cemins a mr be perne4 the l
O. E. HALL, 5t Ckare Hetal.
1. . MOUSE, Ca RHvtel. -
east A W. MIERlAM, Creseamt WalL
saed I A. TYLER, Jewe!er, 11 Camel treaet
Ctd C. H. ZIMlmEMAxR x ,oeadsoao l strest.
rom 1. . MOODY earner Camel and ep0al 4 s a
ig. OO. nLLtS. oppaes Pesteae
$on- L tRUNMWALD,. I Cama wetk.
red, M. SCOOIL.E Jewes. a Camp aest
was a BtIn, Jeweler. 101 Coast slt.
gat DELt, IDAL, eerm Be. Charles sad Caal.
the FRANK WAGVEME, 51 Camp aets
L. Prices of Admission.
It is Fr tingle Tickets. admittils nae prson ............... toe.
e of For cbildrn madr 12 jea of ................... . o.
mies For f, ur-boesr vehtle sad me dortre................... St 0
day or tw -brn vehele and on dver...e.............. 1 00
1 if For bhrs a~ d me driv....................... 100
Da r For borse and rider.................. t
will MKMBERS OR BUITSB:RIBX ERS
s or 8-or s
r ee ales' a'nd Agemtnllutl a-Aeseeret ie
a mbertn or 5bec bes to the Meebualce' and AgioJlusral
th ar Aselootm mna rtain otheir Badta a A idala to
the rltg Pair, by ppOtyla at the Ofi of the deetst ary,
th I Camp strnee, aceordlag to Male 7th, gveralag the PaIo
a of BdNeLUr dund P~dtle(ie.
rv. PLrtie havrin WATUARY r VAINTIM5 uwlattey
deem weorby ct Ezhlbttte at tho eeaag PAI, wil ro.
his eelv tr sarane ao osletse t the keetaIy,s~ I
CAMP STREET, tb the as w l he ea ld fl aend
and retured ave sad eomad by *he aperoatadenta af the
ah. Aal. t. iaadmoatatp afer th leee oa Ihe Fale.
ad Iformatem fer zJxtJ.Iera
COper MI TATE FAIR.
On the MOERINO the Sd Jaeary. IBi be adse at
a abch Dep.rtmet wil he at the Fadr Grosd toa reole and
ild .asin poditions for atl artit'. ahbt may be p asoeted fot a
hbitihn or eompettio at theo eomlg State V-r.
Partitrs wieblag to ake out beavy mchtoe.7 or tock f.om
fb5 the coua ry con do to o thebo msing of the 30 la sL, by ap
rad plinu to the iScretry at t Csp strert.
b All perseus baa elseim agalet t tbe la rm at SET"
erod MOU, JMWELL BARTLETT era requmed to presot
ta te tmloate cedercped fr ettluseut, sald all peoe
:hter dbtd to the above Arm will ;ay the sam Io the smder.
ri- rird, who is alona authorlo d to eellest te dab Sa the
en bv Srm.
H. CABTARBEDE. '
di 1ow Orloes Deeambrr 1t. w.
ryn; T. is. .UrrXW,
AUCTIONEER AND COMmNSIN MEACHANT,
rear Sn Pepdme eaN, Oar. commeree,
Wm sed te the Paresd a ts oby Amelie and cm
Cemmlsion of Ma raese of every deartripte. WidT- -
earn IM I PRODUCOL 5OAB. MOLAUEI. ·te
relly Premit aeses to a ouatadeer ad Laee sles
the ea nhed s d Iad. to Iur
wed asatar hurue sese sr oOCMlas, ste., aa Per- I
tcut drs attest, every TUIUEDAT, TMUBMDAY so SATIU
hortDAY. a II e*'teek . .
Feoor amm aW f the Caeess at l. Ieh
with D s ._e , A l,_mat, wet be Oirbo br.e 0no1.
the _ ._ VWI. m. a. 1tr . JOEN
maktlo ··M drr~ e 0nn.Lsw.r vsu4 and·Q~
133~l~;k OMPUCE. ·IL UD as~N I
SlJNG OFF AT Rr'PATL.
DAUCT A S.3'S
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s WE. F. L3PPUS CO.'S WORDOAUX,
n sehutseu mne be iemt nmme dreVe3wSa
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S. WOLFP 1 CO.,
CAUBB OF LIBERAL URBTIAITT.
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SJ. Q. . FOLIF U.
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T rn. H. MU PPE. H
AoTANA CIGARS AND TOrAOOa
Soonr Algarw N. O6E i OSW.s
IMPORITE OF 0JUl33 If" TOIYSAOC
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ra foote.d. Ad 4 t
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POD PAMILINS AID MlANUPAMIII3
*e 0lm. Few eetes wbobmse r
I82 CANAL STIRBT.NW OBLiINS, LA.
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Jeoo'tr7 oowke oo ~mdo, . EIILVSZAE3r too..
All of whic ho . 4lw Gpt'l t mlt, the thoee.
h kboewm hm pS med . o. WImet-utem V el i.
T . T. OA KWUIL & JULBI (ERRA,
rNo. to Kmemaor a Pl
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olt: emmed roIa he Ir o Pore. Idle et hhe
p r Il4w Dm V- Cm L
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HALP PAIN TO saW OBLAES".
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..at us ..Ismwmiaiser sedlesauses a vemen
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ad iA CY AWMfl l
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OR A BORE THROAT
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IBYTAY"OWM M- LUUS. A 1'3K41XW lEDOAl
a asum., Os cOOUnsUIUM . is dam asem .es.
*w DNONe3RWU, hI1 3A rAisu. 003113?.
Ivad se tADT 3mAs Tuhe ma mad wI as
o sa - seinee
Sstem ade uleb b m a me iU
s a e aIlSe Cruss
GENERAL COMMIBION BUSINEBS
31................Pein ·Seatw..id ...........
had eb-n Mu menae I Mu blade
Zamuae oae Adeam we bs maim an Gaigumme to
3r ambu su a a sensemes, ahen as
WILLIAM S. PUETRKIE.
3mm baum. imLth N, U
or aba hane M daeA LMe Ar e ad Os.
Ylimu Ir lweira deme g . 5 a ewr hurme,
Enataer Itam e restarn we dam aaaiaw. Web.e
·se bh Oierenm bee. belameee I ad bammamn
bAmiinsapbatge11 Uatbi te
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