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W F CIA JOUrNAt OF THE CITY OF NEW OM EANL,
M. ,. aaloe, 1laer med Iroesetse
OFFIOR Me, a OAst C IA.
Mm rlrly sasetpUmea. eadvames, M; ai 1reta, l
aart.ry, 4 AMse esles is esoaWI
MIWTa WaUrL Cuasc'at tso pabeihe ear *sa e.
lbaerlpUlon $5. tnvartably Ia adveSe.
fi' rJtAY MORNING, APRIL Is, 1869.
£Ml UWsmxTS TEIS SYWVUISS.
1EW OPERA HOTNE.
Tleoc't of V'rne. T!r. 'nrid M Hery-"La v:,e Paricionn.'
Ferformaei commences at 73 r. a.
MT. CHARLEq TIIEATER.
Frrd. Wi!_'. ' natrelt-Fosge., Daaces, Burlesque
PertormaaOe coamme.os at 7`%. .
ACADEMY O M0510.
Ergigem.ent if Y Lt ' u ,e::. theg ret Cartcastar!l
Per'ormance commence at 8 r. a.
CORNER BARON IE AND ST. JOSEPH STREET.
Amr's Cier'u, Menagerie and Aviary.
Perfermances commence at 12 i. and 7'4 r. a
1)$ BS. CHARLES STREET.
Wax Irlires
TO THE PUBLIC.
TVith this number the publication of the
CIaEsCENT ceases. In making the announce
ment I respectfully tender my warmest
thanks to the many friends upon whose favors
I have relied with unwavering confidence dur
ing the last fifteen years. Conscious of hav
Ing ever striven for the right during my jour
malistic career-although sometimes against
the judgment of my friends--I cannot lint ex
press my regret at this close of agreeable re
lations that have so long existed.
The btbsinoss and good-will of the Crt.-CENT
having been transferred to the New Orleans
TIMLu, of which C. A. Weed, Esq., is pub
liiher, I avail myself of this opportunity to
assure my friends that to his hands their
interests may be safely confided. He has
become identified with the prosperity of New
Orleans and Louisiana, and his views in rela
tion to public affairs are such as may be
sacquiceced in by every true patriot. Having
said this much I beg to state that all my jour
nalistic interest will be hereafter blended
with the TIMas, ar.d in my new connection I
trust that the same cordial and generous sup
j.,rt of r.y ficreLis will still be continued.
In snl',orting the TIMES they will best
serve nm interests and tend to lessen the
regret inseparable from my farewell as Editor
and I'ropiritor of the Naw OaLnr.s CESC.ENT.
J. O. Nxxoe.
Buy your cigars at the premium maaufaetory
of Oso. Alcds, 185 Rampart street, below Canal,
uew Orleans. Address look box $48, pastofoe.
Don't fall to have a obhane In the LoulsIana
State Lottery, single number, to be drawn next
Faturday. Only 10,000 tickets. Capital prize
$20,000.
Mr. Medill, of the Chicago Tribune says
that the population of New Orleans is 200,000.
Mr. Medill's estimate is far below the truth.
The population of New Orleans is about
275,000, mud to rspaty ir ~*ewea .
Don't fall to have a chance In the Louisiana
State Lottery, single number, to be drawn next
Baturday. Only 10,000 tickets. Capital prize
$20,000.
MARRIE,:t
On Thursday, Apr.l 15t, at the residence of the beLde'a
ibther, by the Rev. Robert Q Ma'lard, Mr. THOMAS F.
AKLW to Mies ANNIE LmUIIA MATER, all of this
city. No cards.
In this city. on Mor.ley, April 5, 1R9s, by Mr. Goo W.
Uedler, Justice of the Peace, Mr. PRANCIS A. MORLIS
to Miss MARGAET CUMMINGS.a1l of this city.
The happy couple have our beet wishes for their fatul hap.
zea sand prosperity. and may their wedded hfe e tray
" Two suls with bet a etogle thought.
two beads that beets one "
On Saturday, April 17, 1555 at 12 o'olock w.. after a shert
Ibu' t raoflu lneias, WM. L MURPHY, a native of this city,
agedf'? 3ears and 7 months.
Hit friends and acqulnItance at 1 those of his family are
WrtlecItfally invited t, attend his ftaeral, fom his late rest
de&cre No. 195 Clio street. betwee Barooune and Dryades
streets. Tlls (biUNDAY, hbELNINS. ,a23o'eloe.
IFreNIRAL NOTICE-HALL JACKSON ENGINE CO.
woe I---ew Orletse. April 17--The Ofeers snd Yembets
ct ti. i'mp*·ay are hereny mnettlled to uammb'e at the En
iste oueeTlIIS (RUNDAY) EVIIme, at. t o'Clock, fully
eqir'ped, to pey the last tribute of renpect to oar deaed
rCthebrr Lxempt Member, WM. L MURPHY.
The Fire Departmt is repelctfilly irvite t1 alt'.d.
By orier. JOHN V. CILOWM, becretary.
Friday. April 16tLt, at 4 oe'oek m . XLLNN FRIZZILe.
waife of lP risell, age 295 rs, a nuative of Itmurct koounty,
Islanod.
In this lty Nenday muoraog, April 11, Dr. GEO. R CAR
ADl7., led n years.
On Tseday, April L3th, at 5 o'clook . rw., BERBER?
DAStEtiIN in toe righb e nth year of his age.
I I- -
Pfqne.
We tre ju, J eeeIred from an'In a large let of WHITE
APD COL('RED I'IQUE. and o-r? teem ut lee tita the
aeot ol maufiactur5
J. A. BRASELMAN & CO.,
Whelesale ad Retatl Casht Dealere
owREIGN ad DOMESrTIC DRt OODB,
Pb and 55... MAGIZINE STREBT....56 an•d ta.
('orer St. Audrew.
To AnartLics
~IFAR AI IN O I' ItIOU EIt.EEVING,
OX CLOSINO OUT 3UTIN5bS.
MESSR. NASII & HODGSON, AUCTIONEERS,
So. 1tO Orawler Street.
ril g'vr th.' ,.: r ,l and persrl attentoln to thIo sale of
SotaSfEOL. D AnD (" "FI('E FURNITL'KE. M. YKCIISN
DIS eta, or OL T 0OOR SALES of say doecrn;lo, an w i.
icit i.rch br.inete efim toI' ho are se.ing ,Ot on cr
Tsxtlan Cftsb.
NEw ORLWANB. April l. 1-O)
TCe -t -*,s cf thtis Club are notifed to attend an
T'hIte Dy, at 11 oeleCk A. K.
F:t • e r Lo'-atter d tnre
W I!. MACKAY. 5e.-.tary.
Impordapts .'otcce.
'r.ere wi: be a Yet con of the ('Committces fr' tle
Varous Clubs in thoe cr'y, o:d 'h- doferenxt lonero'ent Aso
cL. tna, i I'arlor '. M I hanrleo Ihtel, on MONDAY
lie ol iret ,I the !ieetiig i, ,o orratlsJ a Seriel of Enter
tsr-. , '. ·,I: a PFair) fr tit beefit of the ('IIILDREN d
li ,iME f the Eplte'cral ('bhch All pernons intereted in
SLis cas:er are repectfuolly n'ate! to n:tcsnd
A .- r . ' 1.:-co ' o's- and getofe".en have
r ..ed 'to .o operate ii tblt wrk, and mill be preest on
d Card.
Ti c'mcr'tt c of Arrngemcinta, e, behalf : Mrs.
iL'ibUO'AN, t'.iSA. t ot rCern thanks to . F.
LhALL, Esq., fbse st Char:es Rotel. forh hs ospltable ard
, . - -teci:r.i ., '..ait ao iuring L: i ait to tIYs c€'y.
I
Fresa T.hat as All Tus. 11
Nis
AT -EA,
IN IHRE CAMP, AID ON TE] MARCH.
M;
S-TABLER'S CANN~[) BEEF,
PUT UP WITIOUT bOR,.
WARRANTED TO IEEP I i AYl CLIMILTE
The hbe' 1ea folly stood the tnest of experlc e, and lioffered
to the pul. ,, the c.il &P'EOtr ,ta4 BESt SL'BSrITLCTE
-fr fresh meot in 'he market. It Is fre from bone, packed in
ecnn of cver. ' t oire, aid the cans packed in caseson
.boutt ti pitnds t.sa.
the or voyages it is snper'er to cooked canned bees, or salt
uie.t.. it retatij tLe JU'ICIAESS and FLAVOB of fresh
CO- meat.  i-,en prepagr, ani co ktd according to the direr
tbUb on the can, ittit mate a Soup. -ew or Hash, eqa to
eet Ir beLee:-ftrd ,r LtroaId. tLe ,est suLin te for feh meat
on known. Tatl artic te osse1mea many advantages over other
fonorm n which meat Is prepared or packed tar ships' ne:
Ist It is io.eaper than cooked. canned or salt beeo.
lv- Lt It Is entirely free frombone, and belog packed In cans,
it in rtre c ntenleotly and eco.ically at.,wed.
Sd. It Lt a uear!) equa! t fir..,. met will prevent scnrvy
net and other disca-es prodoeJ ti ; e onstant ase of salt meat.
ex- th. It will keep in any climate and any reasonable length
of tame.
ret- A. C. PIERPONT A CO.,
General Ageate, No. Irs New Levee St.
ENT
an9
ib- I tts Centlcn of tfe ttlic is respectfolly directed to the
r to s:ompanying deement :
leir naw OILt.AS. April 17th, 1b9.
We, the nnderslgted, who were present to-day at the lunch
has gilue by Meus. A. C. Pierpo.t . Co, at the "Woods'
- :oiue." w.th, a lOew to teirtts te qualittee of the Beef and
ieW atten parted by Menacr Stabler & t' . of mdianola. Texas,
ela- by thefi new prcesse; after having e'ten of the several ktnds
of Beef and Motton put up by t.em, take plearure in stating
be that we fount the art coes even BETTER thin we had b'en
led to aetlcipate from the favorable remarks of the newspaper
press of the city.
tnr- Toe Beef and Mottom proved perfect'y fresh, sweet and
witloat thb -npalatable flavnr nsual with canned moats.
led We therefore cordial.y recommend Me s, Stabler A Co.'s
a meate to Ihe public. ReIpectfu ly, ec-.,
J W. Arthbr & Co ; itchrd Iocwer. McRoberts A Dick,
up- W. G. Lyon t lCo ; Incaaon, Stoas A O.; Blook & Bri.ton;
Prudbomnme b& lraae; Jackson A Anderson.
test
the Nrw OtLatas, April 17th, 1Q49.
In regard to the !nich we r*; asred for Messrs. A C. P'ier
to pt & Co., to day. We certify that the only meats cooked by
ou and esten at the said lunch, were those seat to us in ans
by Mesars. Pterp nt A Co., act we further cent y that we
stsictly followed tLeprinteielt.rctions on the cane in prepar
lnl teem. UEU. SCIi-Ml IODBl, JL,
Woods' Hous.
The Grand State FaIr,
Now Open, ias, throngh the Committees, awarded the on
ns derm ged. for
SIlrte and Men's Prustlabla Sees
-A-n
CBILDEN'fS AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
All the highest premiums, as follows:
lt).
A DIPLOMA,
ut ITIIA1E BILVER MEDAL ,
ONE BBOIErz ErDALt
Ims And a bendsme SILVER GOBLET.
lit
io Pleit ar Goods. with Moderate Pries and the Largis As
sortment in the Sooth to setlect rom, are ladnemente osLered
B. T. WALSHE,
110 Canal sh et, near St Chales street.
Dry Goods ! Dry Goods I
w. J. MTLLER, JR.,
R NO. 8 Jasekoaa Corner Tehemeptealae stree.
cap BAREGOK in all colore and sty'te
MOZA31MBIf"E in ll cl,,rs and stles.
)ine B tick 5ILL4 sery low.
Barlon. :n Lams and Silk L ICE SHAWLS
Black HARlLO tard UtikA AINtE. ver lerw.
Vine s,otmentt Wlits and Colored PIQUETt, very elow.
Fine snrtser-tt Fr-nc . ad dteroa C . -Erd.
ne Linen Ht. eINiti ar~d Pilor ceo Lle 'eN, very lIw.
'Ity, ngii..H(IEh.(' El, Collrs Crantsa, iian~kerchieLsand
Si k 1'.,r.-~ ". ve y Iw.
oare h tnee Br " tii ,4 "o,'min Linen NETTING.
rFlIe temetitaed lteAN KtDItCtIlFS I, cL ine. 20.
Good L!ren Tet !.', l. ze"r $' 50
dea F ne L!r t NAP-!N,. id-n,-,,. "3.
Fiae l tlte NAINfOt,(R (yard .5e
l-, h White LINFN.. . w rt 75,.
CO. Ftne LottUt DIAI'hK (i2emde, St 50.
bers F re ,:lir.e : Filet MInlS a8 na L'e lhread OLOVEB.
En- No trouble to .l-iw -,oods. Laliee wid fail ta: our prices
,ue ire t.i -o t, uand onr Goolds the IkLst. Come and yea wll
'oil he tctLvijct.
sd J. MILLER JR..
No. 8 JaksLon, coner 1 -:,utittolts street,
Iprer ,,ae of etoon.
L I r Card.
LR. 1EW ORLKA ,B. April 17, 1tO.
S The Pleaynr e. of the 16th t stant, contains artiles whburein
I sm r.eentced t u a very cuhse oonos ,eron in thle aleged
- "Culs-ti owlnd'i " I ho" - r,-rer tbe.n l.proaoch . ty rany
'r,,non st'rthto deotroy a vtsUel i ary s~hape, way or
IIsi OCailt. Bas, c asio en.;O,; i' '. ,w\lce ie ackuewts ias.)
TE hi. .i rlritl it, io tCn. I have bhi-on adntt. hy (Ct'LLn
the L'hrtc,, t,-etLecr:'.) 'ifm' of ar't. Knowilogmy ino
c.tre 'n thr matter. I oo . r eat try In,. ts, aiot, adi
ptently awarit .he re-cll
PL. JULIUS A. PRATr.
Carpet J'auruess.e.
13............... tli'UAR[;L STRKET..............1
)B, A. BO(tl'Ph AU A C'O. lrorterrs, offer at low prices,
CARPFETIN(t-Esgllsth and American, of all iland; floee.
Furltc- and Enomeli OIL'LO1 H; MATTINf- It rcoll
('rirn: I-sl p-rens Ococa; WINDOr 8HIADE; Table and
leen ",oer., Lral5sh Clotls-Drul)r egt, Ine and Peit. GCur
tat-.-.ace, teps~ , Worniet, Damask, etc.:; Farniture I'ovr.
G ng-l.ie ren 5 C n e ,o er l l'o (eir'l in. Btnde, Pins ote
691 .flagfaztne Street
Il te - r) p et1t h c crrice wol-re O'd YFram~ enrt be
tn- cd,' .- -- in-tn, nn'son gIcim . Al,' aecry iucrsF
t'on f F-t..e WVork made to ird-r
.. 1 --Pastten deraung a, k d,,n$ durm:l the suommer
1 c n, o I.l: o,:o;t~ curer f hl atioaine ie.tl. nest corer
e' Fir
Gullett Slfc Btrasli t'Lollto Glus.
- St.I,.TrT HAlI (COTTOW PREiSSES.
TH(-iU B. D.DODL'Y & Cn,
tIL0. Al'ERTSN,
an De-'.- r Vac'lnery ntd A cric-titural Imp'brmr*
No P erdido stret.
oulhe rn ('otl oe Planters.
"T, "' L , - ' - " , a'( POTT!ER('J COT
TON PLAT.!R 1". .e are t -ent l.d nalpo.-t 't
chl.e eCru e U it- ' "t t ., ee,.
thle T li. H. Bl)OItEY & C).,
Frr tflcrs.
ter
"5 ,:'  t, itiS e-- 'lospbhae ... ) per tLo
Iton ~tre I i... -- - ... ... . .
Ihe net time to te .t'nrti .n.- in ,,l I* cr cp a erowwng
rar e TIHltc. ii. Bt)lEY CA .,
on Dea'er h Mchtnery tti, A.rict iale Imlnt :.t'.te
I . i'er- :d street,. iew . er.ss.
A)r. Jutes Uo.nerger,
n ,t-. t.ewr C '5eni f •e h beu frtm 11 tol |e'eIk "he
tr. so 'or -I iLI*,- - air,.,e to hr -mta-oneros 'hticlc ant
to i;atircat, 2 tfor Creomcy., l5; for lehry-ml Fltla
I : ' rg Sfslep y!trr. 5 ' fT',-.e) . -f t-n Lid., 25e
It wll! be pleur ur tiomner to fr tkrewhe
aty. spy : &zn ast2eat ho pos this Ea, .e been as.S her tae ca
I Life e.MIstfe dSM s 1O .EriCs.
ORGANIZED IN 3T. LOuv IN 1 U1 1fBl N
L
HAS ALBRADT AJ f
Income from Premiums of Over $00,000.
PURELY MUTUAL-NO STOgKHCLDER3S.
ed
In
hit
sh All Frelte Equitably DlvIded AmeoS
PCUelle Bolders.
ALL RINWS OF LIFE AWD ENDOW°
HEAT POLICIts Iast'ED.
LX)UIIANA DEP-AR P, TT:
OFFICE---No. 100 COMMON STREEr.
dd
SALL OPPOF LIFIT TY HOEL)
,d
J. HOOD...... ........H****.......Pr ient
S L.F. O RE ....... ..... .............. ie PresIdest.
as,
by B. L GIPbON........... ... .............ttorney.
O OFUFL ICLOWER... 100 C .......... rear.
ae
DMIeetor sa
m. MUaSO, W. . psEW,
, H. 8UMERS JNO. CfAFl,
W. a. PIKe. Jogaa H ,.
H. V. OGDENB , THO.. H. HB'T,
JULIUS VAIlIN, JNO. WILLM.
b HAy BaQUI, J. T. PAC. .
a. PITCBc.AD.
The fowrll wif t egaen, compristig the BoWar. f Advsory
Trulfees for theb Departnet of looilsOs, ech bhid a Policy
- in the seition, on wiah he h. nnual iS Premim
Sopplosite his nme :
J. . IIO OD ............... ............. 1
B. PRITCHARD........................ L d)
HENB~Y W. CONMEB.................. )
L H. B.UMMIERDS....................... 0
RIHARD FLOW..................
IiAT \. OGD N ..................... 9( 00
W W. N. IPEARINS ....................... f c 0
J. I. IRBY ... ......................... 8 )
JILIUC VAIRMI................... ... 110
JO~EPH L. ARI........... . 19 0
JOH PHELPS ........................ 899
. D. B. PENN.......... ................. 0
J. PINC(KNE % SMIT................. i8t 0
d OROGEI hORTON ..................... t 30
O. T. WEBSTE.................... .... S b r
AML HLENDE.............ON................... 8
ISAAO N. MARK .................... 9 S
BJ O. P. LLOPER................... ... 60
w. A. . E.BADE ....................... 8 30
0. W. LOGAN, JR.................. 84 t0
J. A. RARRAL ...................... 80
W. H. BUGEORg ........... ... ...... 7 70
J. K. BELL........................... . 73
DAVID JAMIBON..................... 98 30
.. M. WALMSLLY....................... s 90
LOUI8 F. GENERP. ................ 86 b)
MORGAN CAMMA('K .................. 2 0
a JOHN CHAPPM......................... 40
r. N. LEWIS....................... . .. 83 10 CI
S A. N. 'KATo .......................... s~q co
3. B WHkEL(C(K ................... t tO
EMORT CL~ PP ................ 50O
THOB. B. BARTON.......... .... n 70
H. F. ESCBELMAM .................... 3)
JOHlJ WILLIAM ................. s I.
oHAS. BAQUIS. . ....... ..... 50
- JO PF WO Y .... ................. 9 50
I'. 9. PTEs..... ... 1'- 70
S L. 'I. . ..................... .. 511 80
THEODORB BBKRSON ........ 47 10
e. LOUIB 4( HERA'K ............. 444 00
S 010. A. FOnIJOK........... ....933 W
A. B. OAMM, UK.... ..... 1101 to
A • W BLARI MORE .....
J. JEN IO[N OAS. .. .. ........... 76 h)
DOLLa WET L .................. 5 0t
A A. M. ACllalD . .......... . ,HOD
be: lrHU BEIN............... 70
A KFNNE.Tr ............... .... I '. 
RICHARD TAYLOR 7 00
JAMES T. PACk ............. ....... " s
TrO I. II U . ............. 11 3)
A. BALDWIN........... 70
0. H. HTYA IB........ ............... eScM)
JUbTIN T\OLKART 5. 1 )
M.311SSON ...... . ... 1 t t,
ARCHIE OO ............O......  7)
J. W ENZ . ......... ... .... . . .. I .
ALFRED I~ RNY .......... .... la E
JOHN M. P'ELTO~. II 1i 4
DRED, are be!ng qtlhed
-"T"o LIFE AS.sOCIAT ON OF AMERI( being a
p.rely MUTUAL Ctormp ty, as ., the Luolsiana Dtpartat
ha~vrg tthe prlvtlel e of liwsnt,1 its premnumn recepes
wallu tLe tate, is ect .:les the assantges of a hbee
F inet u...t, a:,th tLe '**c,: 'Le r.ks ,hind 01trlet
over a 'arge area Cf country,
The Ci.ce of the Lonslna DIparlmett IS NOW OPIE
*I for basine.s, atti Polic:es will be 'sued on ter"s as
faor erble •s eff~erd by any solvent nd wefl etabhshyed
J. B. HOOD.
Prlist cut atIWE Oaeeepartinent.
VARIRTIES THEATER,
Rnage.' Om.ce Ap , 1. Ap
To Henry BHmburger, Nse., W. I of Isonsanua elief
ndge No. 1:
DeIr ir and Brether-It having bhe timatem d to mo that
be Louisitana Relief Loge o ton want f fnuds to afford aid
i to widows ad orphans, I take mah pIlmsure as a Brother
Maso in offering my Theater for a BtNEFIT TO TIE
LODGE, oa the evening of FRIDAY, April 3.
You will do ae the favor to convey to me your viewm In ro
aud to the matter at as an early a date as poeaibn
With eaarances of regard and soton. I remala yours
fraternallp, W. B. FLOTD.
HALL LOUIBIAPA RELIF LODOR NO 1, I
New Orleans, AprI t16. iY0I
To Wm R. Floyd, Esq.. Manager Varieties teater:
Dear Sir and Brother-Your kind tender ora beneat fer the
relief ofthe w dows and orphans under our charge has been
re:wved, and I can asare you, with mach pleasare. As you
have stated, the fund of the Relief Lodge have teen greatly 0
r eued on account of the many demance which have been
made pon its charitlee during the past year, and bha.g no
doubt of the gaeroue respone of our cit-erns to yoar kLad of
for, I aecept year proposition with tbanks and wouLd reope.
tally name the tulowing gentlemen as te committee under o
whose a spicee the performance will begiren
Semi' M. Todd, G. M., Henry BR. Sweey, P.O. M ,
J. C. Batcebcldr, G. 8 , Jno Otrevnern. P. O. J. W.,
J. B Scot, W. M, A. Brnn, W M.,
Joe. P Horror, W. M , tee Besly. W. M.,
Jao. W. Black, W. M., Jeo G flaming, W. ,
r L. Bruce, W. K., Wm A. Whlttaker, W. PM .,
6. . Btert. W. I, P. Bree'r, Jr, W. M.,
Semi lffon, W. M., Wa C Driver, W. M.,
Edwtn Marks, W. M., C F. V-rlander, b
Wm Woolper,W. M., Wm Davis. a
GeoH. Pabst, W. M., B. Blemey,
B J. O. De Care, W. M., J. W. gaddea,
J. Clarke, W., Joe H. De O:ange,
O. Crarowtki, W. M, B. Lambert,
it. Ruilhpa g', W. M. Fendal Her,
Jno. Ander.oo, P. M , Fratak B Wlslom,
Ge. Soater, P. M, E. A, Tyler,
Jae. A. Deula, Fr. , a A Yorke,
Harmon Doane, P. M, 0 M. Branghn, a
T. D. Van Her, F. M. 1
Yours, taterua'ly.
H. HAMBURGER,
W. M. Louisiana BeltefLodge, No. 1.
FRED. HOLYLAND. Se'y.
Charter Oak Pagoda.
FAIR GROUNDS.
DAILY EXHtIIYTON OF FINB BAKING IN THE
CHAUTER OA* STOVE.
THE PlMXIUM FOR
Three Baet Lmaes Horme-Made Bread
AWARDED TO RICE BROS. & CO.,
BAKED IN CHARTER OAK.
Prise 3read of 1886 baked In Charter Oak
Prise Brad of 1858 baked in a Oharter Oak
Prie bread of 186 baked In a Charter Oak. a
Call and see the hest Family Cooking tovbe over made,
THE INVINCIBLE CHATERI OLY.
RICE BROS & CO.,
sD and 91 Camp street, and 165 Magnaine street
Charter Oak Warehonue, 97 and 99 Julia street.
The Fair.
UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS OF OUR SHIRT FACTORY.
THBEB BLUE RIBBONS-THE HIGHEST FIAST PERB
MILUM AWARDED
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LEIGHTON & HAYMAN,
Shirt Manufacturers and Dealers In Oatl U
area's Faralablag Seeda .
Corner St. Charles and Canal Streets New Orleans.
N. B--Shirts made to order, artistically cut and flthfufly
made 0
.echaseca'
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AGRICULTURAL F A I R ASSOCIATION
OF LOUIBSIANA.
Tn compliance with the generally expreesed desire of the
Ex .ibitors at the Third Grand 8tate Fair. the Board of DI.
rectors bhave deovrminod to prolong the Fair until and icdud
LntgSNDAY. the 18th inst.
the ExMbitin Bmldlng w'll nemaan open each day, and all
of the Rachinery wil be kept tn onat rn.
Tbere will he trials of speed each day on the main trck.
There will ha dancing eo the platform each afthernoon and
evening.
On 8aturday, the 17th Inst, a GRAND CHILDREN'8
BALL will take place, from I to 6 r. a.
Premiumrs wi 1 he o ffeed for Vcloclped EBrhibi IenL
LUIRER HOMES,
erety. c
To tAhe geta
-or Toe- l1
CHARTER OAK AND BRILLIANT COOKING STOVES, t
OcGtlemen--Owing to the diegreemeut at the Fuir on Mon
doy loot. by which you loot the opportuoity of proving the
auperiority of our rapective t trves and as rot emored so
oliou to mroee the tal,e now we, the nnder~nlgned, desirlng
t,, prove to Lte pubie by a fair and imputial tro'i which is
the best Sotve, challenge yeo to met no at any teme or plaie
that nmay be ad upon, within the urct tot doa. 0
Yr nvoud rontroveroy al nit tL© sIoe of toye. wuwe aropo.
t,, one a o. ;; bhrake three ve of ted eouecutteal naa
of ten pounds, one of nine pmondo and uoe of eight pounds of
Sougi,--and to b baked in pane furtet n Inchc sure; a. we
tontend that any store will bhake asolUt.a, and that but few
roan bake breed Each tove to' be operated by one of its
a sent.. ·nlt nolme otter.
lie deiblon to hbe redred In ancrddnoewithth efollowtoe
rondltioj*: Flirt--Best head bnkrd ecoud-Lecet fueL
T..rd--Sbortet tnoe Al other rols anr d conditions to bhe
agreed upon alter this shall bhve been a,-epted.
ADAM BlioN,
Agent Banlay Shehf C-nbi'z Clove,r
6.,7 Dc, utresreet,0a
AUC I, Ja., & ZtI;LE,
Agents Tlmen Coking tLrov,
115 Il drib ot.eet
Ball
AT \VW . ],AUI TITN'S,
Ib ......... .... Canal ....................1) (
AND 6O CLUrTO iOLtOSE BTY rrAA.
New reception' of the late Putil and Lyon Novelties, srch
a Frosted (CREPES, TULLE, PARIS FLOiWERLS and
WREAI 115, etc., SpaunlI liLuhLDEl, TL LL&. ':LL'CMS,
Satin P;ush CIIENILB, etc. C
Morecante ;1i tr i at his W e;aals Rooms, IS Custom.
.us street, up-staLire, the lr, t and f: et Noveltie'ri U
IRtW'. SI.K, LACE and FANCY GOODS mnd MILrIB cd
ERS' MATIRIALSb dl
W. DAUPHIN.
The netr El Dorado,
J• 9 .... .... St. Charles Street..............
The Fir.t Lened Houre opan onder tiL.e New Law.
SALL BNKILNG GAMES FLAYED.
S Inors crd Tnto·ested Persons net allowed to Play.
Thosre oponed to Gambling are nvited to call and examine Ot
THEB NELW IL DIORADO, th
5 St. Charles treet.L
d J. A. EELDO. ...........................O. W. GOULD
IPHOTOGRAPHIERS,
ZGI CasI sltr6*.
. Carld.
F. VAN 1ENTHUYSEN & o00.,
..... .. ....... cAAL STREET................ 11
NeturOltbheir thoaks to theireastomer sand to the puble
generall for the very libemal peresage whb he bs been
stewed oa them for several years, respeeUtaly amoxoes that
they will at the espireion of this seems's usde utire from
msine s, sad per, .r'.tay to vcating ther store will, for
the perpose of
ELLINGO COMPLETELY OUT,
Offer their atire , -A at great redneed prices.
Iher bleads will be writ mind that daring their blshmm
cereer they hore sever made say attmpt to cll traed to
theomalves b the prret-nse of retiing from business *getng
into Ilqotdatts," mse. et., and will secordiogly give the
proper creitto this advertisoment. The sew prliw veil be
marked our stock o. Tueday. April 13th, sad will apply
only to GASH eastomers.
F. VAN BENTHUYSEN & CO.
The Store Coasroversy.
To Neesre. AUCH, Ja, A ZBILE and ADAM BORN :
O.atlemen-Year eaid in yesterday's lmes hens been
brought to our notice. We will accept your challenge. The
Stores to be tested uder the STOVE DEALERS' BULES
AND CONDITIOMS, which rues sad codltions yea have
personally signed sad approved, sed in whlch Rates eight.
inch Stoves we adopted We are partialerly enoies to
meet the BRILLdANT in Fair Competition, and shall make
this aeondilios that the I.o CalWe CHAMPIOW of 1i68be
brought into this contest Tour challenge should be open to
all who estered Stoves at our recent Fair; otherwis sa mnd.
lee challengo from other toves will follow, to which neither
party has time to devote. Yours, etc.
CHARTER OAK,
09 sad 91 Camp Street.
To Travelers
-IN TOr
WESTERN AND SOUTHERN STATES.
As a means of netralisnag the deleterious proportions of
unwholesome water, the
RSHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPPS,
Msanusotured sad Imported by
UDOLPHO WOLFE,
No. eI Beaver Street. New York.
I. absolutely tnvaluable to the traveler, and residents of the
Southern sad Western ateb.
It will tlatllibly prevent the dyeenterle and laatvre die.
orders which attack stragers who use thbwaers of the Iis
sisippi, the Ohio. the Alabama, sad other Western sad soao
thern rivs. Its moderate use will prevent Ague aend Fever;
it stimulates, in a moderate degre, the Digestive Orgam,
sad enables the stdmach to resist the otherwise altuorbing
inflnees of the varinets of water which travelers eeouter
on a Journey.
Nor Is this al. By the epoe e to the World ewspaper,
published Is New York, who had various iquors easaysed
which they purchased at the dierent hotels amd drhinkug M
loons ai sad city, west to heow that nearly all were mse or
less adatterated, and eould not be Imbibed with Nsfety. If
that is the -M0 In a large city like ew York, what must It be
In country hetls t remote parts of the eotr. In the
Schasppe the traveler has a pare liquor, which is ladorsed by
the leding physlans of the United States.
Pro. Chas. A. Seeol. ue of the first obemlee to oew
York. and who was employed to analyse for the World, says:
"I have bee namble to discovr in WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS
any trees of the de'aetuone substaeses which are sometime
mploved in the adulteration of liquor. I would not hesitate
to use myself. ase to recemmead to others r medicinal par.
poees, a an excelslet sad unobjectionable variety of gt.L"
I. B -The proprietor cautions the public against the spart
ose Imltation sad counterfeits which flood the whole Southern
and Western States.
B' The geanune Is sold by all respectable grocers and
druggists
Philip Herlefs,
................. BARON E STREET................ 80
Southern Agent ofthe
HALE PIANO,
The Best and Cheapest Ia the Southern Market
ORGANS USI. IC.Etc.
SPianos Tuned and Repaired. Pianoo fIr RLent.
Belle nstoe.
17......... BT. CHARLES BTREET .......17
MAGONIFICENT NEW VRENTILATED ROOMS.
OPEN AT NINE O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING.
ALL BANKINO GAMeS PL LID.
An elesaut KESO SALOON UP STAIEB. whre vmry
conosience Is provided, and Rtoreshmoots dspensed tree at
Indtxtoted persons or minors not admitted. Strlct order
and dcorm presered.
The a cet WINES and LIQUSAB can be oblrai4 •t
the lar.
W B --Wemo open nundays at o10 a .
A PRIVATE EhrM.ACE on Cemmon street, next the
Ges OeIras.
WHOLESALE ... WHOLESALE.
. L. E BONWWNT,
NO. 63 OEIARTRES STREET. (UP STAIRS)
Offers to cy sad 'ountr Merchants a t.rg' and Chqlce
Mlock of SPP(icI NOVLEttIES, Just recelr to ho sol
at sosiieaoiy4 Lo Prim
.rMtllesFey Gooads.
F. TUJAGUE,
14 Chlrtree Street, (Up Stairs )
Has jlt or oend a lare stock of thle newest pring styles in
Mil'lnrery aend traw Ooods. Lch he sel ,a t the weat
bwholeiale pric . Country milliners and merchats are invl
tedto rsl and exlmlra
Fiscal AgefscR
-or En
CITY OF NEW\V ()IRLEANS.
CoCTIIERN BANK,
New Orieons, JIst Matrc. Ltd.
On the Ist of May net this BIankh w.: pay, on presentatlhn
at it. counter. all the past doe coupo of the bondq of this
city, ATLorhed by the ow hiOrleans, Jacklron and Orest North.
ern Rairoad Co ,pany, said by the New Orloens, Ope',nas
snd Great Western Railroad Compuay, and Ihewise all the
conn,, onr the sal bonds maturing on or belore the sead lt
day of lMay next, Icinalr.
TIOS. LL.YTON,
President
Eureka.
.1.1 .ST' . ('tIAREItlA:.' STI'IR IEET. .11
OFFO91TE ST. CIHARL!S HOTEL.
OPEN AT NINE O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING.
AlL BANKING GAMES SLAYED,
An elecant KFNO SALOON UP RTAIRN, where every
cr ern:ene i, lov; rd. ol Refrrshmcntsi ,rneT fr. at
li r.M. ,l.lx t er e n4 or mnsor·suot ao attec htri-t
ordcr and linoron. prrnerord.
The rbchoicest WilLb ad LIsUOBS can be obtalined at
NI -Renc eprn r n ounduyt : 1 lL s. Fractiona car
re,,cy w*;'L be su|pbe, to L·. u.s b. *pIya, 7 .o ru. .- uer.
Jr. & ssapp, D. D. 8.,
Atteds to all brnches d tshe DNA.L PIOFESJION
5b apsd Ietadence-l Barong stnt, new Cnal stret
The amrll haysve this day sold sat thekr BANCI~
9lOIE. 1HGml eside te Mr. I OrFFrME
LETI & NAVBA.
March 111 EO
1 OFF7I1 ,
174...... CANAL STREET......174
DMtweeoa aemas mad Dryaeds.
r CROCKERY, CHINA
OLABS WARE. PLATED WARE.
CUTLERY,
moe. sad aees. Faralshss *dso.,
Mr. E. OPPr EB bas pseasure Ito aenme his fMenis I
" sad easthat he has eud the store formerly kept
" LIRl 1 NAVEL. U. 174 OlusI rl et. and will sonti toa
serve their ald eaUtomrs the same as before.
1 a is ..ke to n Lu itheVle wit erpyh ap "
slag101 to a flrlet-¢ Hoe.n. Furnishing Eh ahlikment.
des w eshimg to Ill p China Danaer and T-s Mete ea be
supplied with them a vey low pe Is m siw retelviau q
sino smsrtmost of PLATED WARt. such a Itee Pthebrs;
Ostoer. Table and Ten pooss, ef the very best quality, ab
reduced pims.
Also, te osletted Cooking Stewo COTTON PLANT
All e sold the city will be delivered and ont up ot r
ebs p I a lseo redelvih a Itrgetock of GLASS WAIK E
Pleasen c and examine my Goods before parchbag else.
E. OFFNER,
S 171 Canal street, between Baronue and Brysee.
B
o LITHOGRAPHIC OF'1FIChR
V R E C E N T
NEWSPAPER ESTABLISIMTfE',
N'o. 94 CAMlP 8TREEIT.
The attanlea of the busan sommmit Is Itvltd tM I.
Saxamlatio of the spelmeu of LWmoquans ex seaed a
hb is bllsmnt, which for ElePgae of Dega and ArislU
Execatio., era ta be hasay d either 1a ilis ity or n ethel
a. -y ia the United Stiss.
he Oes has e ry bfhilty for the prempt essouhste
ACCOUNT SALEB OF COTTON,
dTCERTI ICATSB OF BTOCK,
L ]TTR IEADS, INVOICES,
DRUGGIST'S LABELS,
" LIQUOR LABELS, BONDS,
TOBACCO LABELS,
r CHECKSI, CARDS,
And Is fla m7r deseription of work reqased
MErCHANTs, PACTOES, INBURAnOE CO M l J > : 2
IANKS. EIT., ETC.
WORK INTRUSTED TO THIS OFFICE
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EXECQUTED IN THIS GrTY
Thus dotse swa~ with the Treoble a
oal lIemered Is seL ]Norh. -
ics will osre fAeesly with sdmilaer qilsity of ,
eecated I- Nerh.r n Eas erLn Gu.se.
GREIBCEN O7IOB.
Ie. S1 iamp street. New Orteins.
The Pelka.
GO..ST. CHARILES STRIET..G~
LICENSED ISORTIEO NOU5L
THU FINEST FITTED UP ESTABLISHMENT IN
TBE CITY.
ALL WANKINe OAMYE PLATED.
'The bet of LIQUORS at the Sar. Minors and In,b iateid
pertes nrt admitted. An ocer in attendance to pro, rvo
order. An elepait
Kolo klves U. Selsle,
Where We'reshment are dilpeted frea Fl,.e Biand o3lSIIIl
satcbd t, the h-ln.
PostomIce.
Alrrivl Bad Departure of MaIil
Ior SBraseh, ieve daily asst Sunday) ast 7 IA. A'
ire delty (Sunday excepted) by 6 p. n,
Malts via Jackson a.lrrad eloem daily at 4 1 r. IL., Se.
dayt II A. U. Arrlvm dly ahl .S .A a. od1 . m.S
letveson endoayat 4 .Lt and Friday sto~- L.. Arriver
Muoday md Frilday morniug
For Carrolion, vaJeteron City, leaves dsly, except n.
day t L. nrlvee daily, eJxcept Su"'dr, at r. p.
For lru ca ttlemeti. Lower iCoaet leves Meedjy an
Thoureday aL A. U. Asrr Me. d·ay ac hl rsdday.
Yor MobUls leave daily It 3 1 ., (landay at II A. a
Arrcves dsly a . B .
For CoDvlrten, IA, Teave Wooday and Thrcuday at
A. A rrlves Tsdsy ad Fnd, I att r. a
For Atrers, leaves d tp mask,. a Arrirv daily at I, a.
PFor VLcksbuk m, pplylag .em on the rmt*, asto Ret
RBivera and Osehitslll Parilhes, las. 's Tesdy and baturday
at I p. 5 Arvlrs on onday and Friliy mornling.
For Lake 0east leave. Taeeday at t) A. s. On Batr
days atii 0 A. Puscssoua, on ituurday llat It A a.
For Oalveston. Houston, do, oloue lAnton,, Iro. s.
rille and Burasos Ucltio, (ris lew Orleao and Orneos a
Itlrad ) elresat. L I. on Bucda. T.nLd., , Thorsday,
ted Paterday. ,Due Monday, Tuesday. Thursdsy an
haturday.
For Key West, Florida Ports and Hay os,. every Saturday
For euse. Hondunr, fourth Wednuday in each moitb.
Opea lt 'elrO A. a ; ejral t p r i.
Banday, c openls ati 9 o'clotk . I.; a o, 4 iest i1 L L
Tariff of Postage thr MealIce. Cubsa, Wee)
ladles. ete.
SedalIse, Katnique. French a.d E,~L.ish Gnlaa, Ju
maies and St Vtnyt, 18ao urt ha., prepsid. -iq
Cba. Mein.. ayil, Porteo ieo, Veonesea, United Staie
of Cololmha, 10 aesns halt oe, prepald.
Ola Chl. eadr. 34 eumts half el, prepaid.
Si. Thebmes, i. Johns, Sant o rs, via Havana, 15 cs
half os, prep·id.
Belis. Honderea, 10 ets half o, prepatl
ihaaa islands. S tenst had cx, prepsid.

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