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FRIDAY MORNING. PEBRUARY 5, 1869.
AMW£mIaETI TiSse Nvai le.
ACADEMY Or M
pertactular Bllet Psateaue, 'M Dampty."
Performaance commness aC.x
BefBlt of Mr. Cbemafu-"Sem" and "More '
Performa es a comm F. _.
37. CHARLES THEATER
meast of theyouanr con~dieano Lon- 'Female Detective"
nod 'Object et laterpt."
Performance commences at 7, r. N.
CRUCEI9T CITT MUSBUI AND MBEAGERIE.
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perado Cullen Baker, Flnacia aad asmmOser
Buy your cigars at the premium manufactory
of Oeo. Alcs, 185 Rampart street, below Canal,
New Orleans. Address lock box 248, postom~oe.
It is expected that Gen. W. T. Sherman
will arrive in the city to-day. *This distin
guished officoer has many friends in this State
who will be glad to see him again, whilst
among the masses of our people there is oer
tainly a sentiment of admiration for the man
whom they regard as the leading intellect and
the greatest soldier of the federal army. Gen.
Bherman had peculiar theories in regard to
the conduct of the war, and his course was
dictated by a remorseless application of those d
theories; but he has not exhibited any vindic
tiveness since the return of peace, and his a
political views, in spite of his seeming identi- h
ication with the Republican party, are sup- t
posed to be hostile to the centralizing policy d
of Radicalism. Gen. Sherman, we believe, c
intends to pass some time in our city.
According to information from New York, P
six per cent. levee bonds have declined from I
721 to 67. Private letters say that this fall is
caused by the decision of the district court de-.
elaring the one per cent. tax unconstitutional et
Considering that the levee bonds dg not de e
pend, either as to principal or interest, on the ci
one per cent. tax, it would be strange that a d'
judicial decision with reference to the tax
should have any effect on those bonds. The
probability is that the fall is caused by the r
publication of the report of the commission- t.
ers who negotiated the sale of the bonds. t"
That report, in spite of the attempt made to L
conceal the nature of the transaction. was of a w'
mature to discredit the bonds in the estima-I
tion of the public, because it could not fail ge
to arouse the attention of the taxpaying com- P(
munity to the flagrant manner in which the tb
credit of the State is bartered off by the irre- th
j aponsible agents of a usurping government. Bi
Some time, when the people refuse to be
saddled with the weight of those transactions, (;
capitalists will come to the conclusion that th
they might do a more profitable business than in
to negotiate with Southern carpet-baggers, on all
the strength of the presumed willingness of eq
the Southern people to pay debts which, m'
although contracted in their name, constitute th
no moral or even legal charge upon them. fog
"Trooly loil' patriotism in Tennessee seems co
to be very much the same sort of an article as to
we find it in Louisiana. It seems that the an
chiefs of the Radical party in that State have th
been engaged in a dehberate system, not ob
merely of swindling, but of barefaced rob- wi
bery. They have quietly appropriated the ve
State school fund, very much, no doubt, to go
the disgust of their colleagues who were not w-l
able to get their fingers into this nice little to
Christmas pie. Hence great indignation in dr
i the so-cafled Legislature, accompanied with n
¶ virtuous denunciation, and an exposure of the
Stransaction. The princip:al personage in the th
affair seems to have been the speaker of the __
SHouse, from whose "loil" eyes regretful tears en
flowed when he found that he was to empty ce
his carpet-bag of the stolen greenbacks. After wi
this of course he resigned, to avoid expulsion sez
at the hands of his incensed allies. Other •
members are, it is s:nd, to be expelled; and go
those who are left will, probably, be a little po
more cautious in their operations in future, roi
otherwise the "trooly loil Legislature of Ten- fal
nessee will soon be left without a ,oroum. ph
There is a good deal ot canvassing going on t
for the speak-rship of the next C, dress. It lII
has been stated that Dl)awels, of Massachusetts,
will be the man; but more reliable reports poc
make it almost certain that Bllaine, of Maine, tht
will be the successful candidate. Mr. BIlaine, gri
althonugh he bas voted throughout with the an
|ltra Radicals has, on various occasions, man- car
ifested a disposition to return to wicer and crc
more moderate counsels. 1I, is a m n of nn- "I'I
questionable abilities, and has a fair reputa- the
Stion for integrity. Any man who can presrve rmu
nuch a reputation in the midst of Iadical itlI
corruption, and a sort of compulsory associa- poc
tion with Southern carpet-baggers and scala- tre
wage, must possess some inherent virtue. the
After the Sue Murphy case comesq the MI,- of
4arrshan case to perplex and bore the coun- of
ry. M<Garrahan has a claim; but who 3I- the
Garrahan is, and what the nature of his pair
laim, nobody se, ms to know or care, except p:r
hat to wish that they were buried quires the
eep in the abyss s of the Congressional des
Globe. Somebody pullishled that one or ply
ore senators had received large fees to op.- rm
pose the claim, whereupon Nevada Stewart futi
became incensed and repelled the imputa the
tion, but did not fhrther enlighten the pub- see
lie. Ilow long, oh' how long are we to be grl
tortured with McGarrahan and his claim, and the
Nevada Stewart' virtuous indignation • diu
It has already been stated that Boutwell's o
new consatitutional amendment has passed ete
he House. Three carpet-baggers voted ct
agaist it, Nelson, Tift, and Youang of Geor- dei
gia; and three other Republicans, Bingham dea
of Ohio, Baker of Illinois, and Halsey of T
West Virginia. After this the Radicals might sidi
as well put all of their schemes into the form hav
of conatitutional amendments and thus con- de1
vert the Constitution into an agency for the ofme
accomplishment of partisan purposes ing
A£I3mf1e3 N1 STATA'S EDITS .
It is time that this thing should stop. The
ANS, rapacious set of political adventurers who
commenced it will, of course, go on with it
.. as long as they can continue to maintain the
dislocated condition of affairs from which
they have hitherto derived an opprobrious
,r; s profit But, at least, it is possible to protest,
in the name of the people of this State, and in
" the most public and pointed manner, against
- the devices by which the credit of the State is
t filched, hawked clandestinely in the lowest
Sparieus of usury, and traded of as all stolen
goods, to the Shylocks and Fagins for a mere
song. The pretended authorities who resort
to this trick as a ready means to procure cash
with which to support their profligacy, have
no right to act in the capacity of procurators
of the people of Louisiana in borrowing
money in their name and mortgaging their
labor and property, and the labor and
a*" property of their children, as security for the
loan. As:long as these supposititious func
tionaries continue in their present position, it
may be conceded that such of their pecuniary
transactions as would be honest, legitimate
90: and necessary on the part of a trustee having
eunt the temporary administration of an estate,
en. will be binding in equity on the people and
tied the future government of the State. But if they
tre- borrow money at ruinous usury, our people
4.. are not bound for it. If they borrow money,
Al- and devote it to party corruption or absorb it
)es. in schemes of personal avarice, our people are
`- not bound for It. If they borrow money, and
squander it in so reckless or so foolish a man.
ner that no substantial, visible, and calcula
ble public benefit remains to attest its use,
lee.our people are not bound for it. In any of
these eases their signatures to promises pur
ian porting to be obligations of the State are no
an- better than forgenes.
ate It is to be suspected that they have violated
ilst every one of the conditions of equitable va
- lidity, and that, consequently, all the paper
pan which they have given for loans, contracted l
ad on the assumed faith of the State, is tainted
en. with the two fatal vices of false pretense and
to malappropriation. What can they show, in
ras the way of public benefit, for the millions of I
use dollars to the payment of which they have 3
Lic- pledged the material resources of the State
his and the industry of its people, with as little
iti- hesitation as though the one were their plan- 1
'P tation in fee simple and the other their serfs
icy doomed to its perpetual cultivation? What
can they show in the way of a judicious bar- ii
gain with money-lenders, or in the way of a f
rk, proper and thrifty disposition of the money
>m loaned? Take the levee loan for example.
i Is there a mile of levee, of their building,
le- which can be accounted a valuable consid
L, eration, to that fractional extent, for the
le c- redit of the State bartered by them in ex
he change for the so-called levee fund? We
And, even supposing the net sum realized fl
e by this loan to have been applied to works of ea
he real utility to the State, at what rate have b
n- they discounted the faith of the State and fu- . 4
ture produce of its people in this transaction ? r
to Let us see. It appears that 158A levee bonds b
a were negotiated by the commission charged
a- with this business. They represent, alto
il gether. $1,586,000. That is to say, they pur- a]
port an acknowledgment of value received by
ie the State to that amounut, and a promise on t
e_ the part of the State to repay it with interest. of
But, in fact, only $x23,525 were netted by ti
e the operation. And in what sort of money? W
Greenbacks, to be sure, a currency about
,t thirty per cent. below the par of gold. And i
,in what sort of money must they be eventu- T
,n ally paid, if paid at all? In gold, or its to
t equi\alent. For the end of depreciated paper ta
money sill certainly arrive before the day of of
their payment. Hence we must add to the er
forty per cent. and upwards, at which they et
were discounted in currency, another dis- 01
count of about thirty per cent.. in order tlh
is to ascertain the told extent of the " shay,,," 0o
te and the real value in gold bought, in
e the nominal interest of the State, with
t obligations to pay $1, 58G,000. The result w
will show the shave to have exceeded se- at
1e venty per cent., and the amount of H
-o gold value actually received, in return for fa
wt hich Londs are given purporting a prmsse
Le to pay a gold value of more than flifteen hun. th
n dred thousand dollars, to have been little
h more than one-third of this amount.
o It is needless to multiply words to explain I
ie the nature cf such transactions. T'heir moral at
* and thlir financial character are obvious It
Senough. But it is well that all parties con
Scorned should understand the equities which fl
Swill always exist in favor of the misrepre
n sented people of Louisiana in relation to P'
r financial devices on the part of pretended ca
d State authorities, who add to the fraud of
e politiceal misrepresentation the fraud of bor- of
Srowig money at frightful usury, under the
false pretense of public util;ty, and on the c
pledge of the lnture wealth of the State, for C
Sthe rc.:el purpose of gratifying their own im
plati nt rapaity. d
It in not to be questioned that thb Radical ed
politicians in the North are really opposed to an
the settlement in the South of Northern emi- lci
Sgrants. They would, if they could, establish
San embargo against Northern emigration- It
- carpet-baggery excepted -to any of the Souti- h
ern States in which there is a considerable
, ,I'hlation of negroes. They want to kep b
Sthe white vite there( down to a minimum, :ind rei
run the bl:;ck vote un to the Li hest attaiu- h
1 dle mnaximum. It is true that they cannot er
Spositively cunt ,n keeping the bulk of the aid
. Ireedmen as no many Radical pawns on rel
the political chess board. But they know o
that tLey could not count on the Ir idicalism
- of :an mndustriius .nd thrifty tIody Or
- of Notlrn setl'krs in the South, even
though every settler lhad belonged to their co
pi:rty L, tre havin~ g the North. Hlence the a
I persisttny with which the Iladical press in an
Sthe North have dissnmiuated stories about the Sal
I deadly lhzards besetting Northern men, sim- the
r ply because they were Northern, in all South- daj
ern districts which offer a fair prospect of exi
Sfuture crops of Radical votes .t the hands of cei
Sthe negro population under carpet-bag over
seers. Northern emigrants, no doubt, will imj
gradually find their way to inliting regions in qu
Sthe South; but it will be in spite of Radical as
dissuasion. For the party which is, by reason ten
of its bald rascalities, becoming a stench in te
every respectable Northern community, is ora
determined to hold on to the South as its
chief stronghold, with the grip of " grim Ba]
death on a dead nigger." Ma
The kind ladies at Odd Fellows' Hall, pre
siding over the branch of the Hancock Club, C
have our warmest thanks for the liberal and tr
dehcious snack they sent to the CREscENT '
offce last night just as we were about tinish
ing our abors for the night. por
It is well known that there. has been for
some years a violent fehd between General
to erman nd Mr. Stanton. Daring the war
Stanton was continually intriguing against
te the general, and trying to depreciate his abili
h ties. When Gen. Sherman, in the beginning
is of the contest, wrote that it woufd require at
t, least a hundred thousand men to make head
i against the "rebellion" in the' West, Stan
st ton intimated that he was crazy, at which the
is general was naturally isdignant. When
st events proved that the general had under
n rated, rather than exaggerated, the necessi
e ties of the Federal cause, Stanton became
incensed against the man who had proved
h that a secretary of war may really know very
little about military affairs. The breach was
never healed. The general continued to en
tertain a thorough contempt for the secretary,
and refused to speak to him when he
d marched through Washington, .with his army,
e at the close of his campaigns. Lately Stan
ton has been trying to effect a reconciliation
t through the agency of Professor Draper, of
New York, but without much success. His
e motives are so clearly selfish, that General
Sherman is not apt to be imposed upon by
his protestations and overtures. Stanton
wants to get into the new cabinet, and no
doubt fancies that General Sherman may be
induced to aid him in overcoming General
Grant's repugnance to the man who tried to
t supersede him at the most critical period of
his military fortunes.
The Washington correspondent of the New
York Herald naively states that Mr. E. B.
Washburne has been so much prostrated as to
be unable for a few days to take his seat in
the House, in consequence of his great efforts
to arrest the extravagance of the Republican
party. Precisely so! Any man that tries to
improve the Republican party will fail as
hopelessly as the gentleman who vainly tried
to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear, or the
philosophers who attempted to extract sun
beams from cucumbers.
PERSONAL.-AImODg the visitors to our city
at present is CoL George Moom so, the
ppular and efficient sheriff of Madison county,
E. Lefranc, Esq., of La Renaissance,
has favored the CRBECENT with No. 5 of
Zell's popular Encyclopedia and Universal
Dictionary of History, Geography, Science,
Fine Arts and Language. It is well
illustrated and admirably printed. Mr. Le
franc is general agent, and has our thanks.
THE ST. ANNA PFAl.
Charity in its sweetest guise, clothed
wi h all the attractiveness which the pre
mace ofl fair womcn and bright lights, gay
music and twinkling feet, last nigh' again ap
pealed to our citizens for contributions upon her
marine. Odd Fellows' Hall, with its array of art
fulls-decked tables laden with fancy goods, inde
scribable in their variety and beauty, with its
booths filled with everything that could adminis
ter to the pleasures of the palate, with its ball
room, where music arose and fell, inviting with its
bewitching melody every foot to trip, and with Its
ministering argels with mortal forms, who, sweet
priestesses of charity, were ever ready to receive
and dedicate all gifts that were offered upon the
altar-Odd Fellows' Hall, with all these wi hin it.
was last night again thrown open to the public
that those who would might have an opportunity,
out of their own abnundance, to help the necessi.
ties of others. Nor were the claims of the
widows and orphans of the St. Anna Asylum
wholly disregarded, though it must be admitted
that the attendance upon the fair last
night was far from what at should have been.
The reason for this seeming lack of interest is
found in the fact that Lent being so near enter
tainments of all kinds are multiplying and but few I
of the dancing community are free of evening
engagements. But those that were at the fair
etro)ed themselves heartily. And could they do
otherwise ? Every element of pleasure was
there, and it needed but a determination to enjoy
on the part of the visitor to make his evening a
delightfnl one. Some of the tables were models
of elegance and beauty. There was one pre
sided over by Mesdames Tomes, Boatock, Juden, t
W. O. IDurcan assis'ed by Miises Cooney, Lord
and A. Lord. It is known as " The Branch of the P
Hancock Club," and to it every night since the
fair has begun that splendid organization has sent
handsome contributions. It isa table well worthy
the name it bears, while the name is honored m
the tabie's owning it.
Among the curionities of the fair is a chair,
whose coveris of worsted work, all made by hand.
It is a beautiful specimen of femining workman
ship, and has attraoted considerable admiration.
It is for rafle. a
htile not;e ng the beauties of the fair, we most
not emit to mention a numbher of cakes and pyra
mids which are ranged upon a table at the upper
portion of the room. There are three splendd d
cakes, sent respectively from the steamers licks. "
burg. Richmond and Pargond, and two superb
sugar pyramids, one a lilelike (') representation
of bt. Anona Anylum, the other a fat-simile of the
pyramid which attracted so much attent:on as the a
cunter of the supper table at the ball of the Bosaton d
Shall we close, though, without mentioning how
dainty were the arrangements of the table presi
ded over by Mrs. Sterling, how delcious were the -
edibles and dricrkables dispensed by Mrs. Bruce,
and how altogether delhghtful and pleasant to
lciter at were all the tables.
To-night, a grand children's ball is to take place.
It will he such an affair for the little folks as they ,.
have not enjoyed since the tetae champetre of last E
spring. Prof. Vegas, the veteran dancing master,
has kindly filered hie services, and the ball will
be under his directicn. Is there a parent that can
read this announcement and not determine to send
his child to-ntght 'lhat the boys and girlse wnill
erjoy it to the highest degree is undoubted: be
sides the money raised will all be devote, to the
relief of widowed mothers arn their little ones.
surely then, fathers and mothers most coasen'
that their dsrlhugs shall have anso tevening's ple~as.
ure, when in so d -ing, they give to other children
bread to eat.
(iwing to the inc'emency of Mocday night, the
controllers of the hall kindly decided that no de
mand should be made for rent on that evening,
and have, instead, given the use of thi hall for
baturday nigh:. Ilhe ia;r then will c,,ntinit till
the end of the week. Lounch wi;l be served every
day, so let us hope that this lengthening of the
existence of the fair will greatly increase it in
Senator Mlc('reery, of Kentucky, has made a ftie
impression by a recent speech on the fiancial
question. "Mack" says some of his points were
as full of humorous drollery as anything ever ot
tered by Tcm Corwin; and others were as full o
tender pathos as the best eforts of our olden-time
New York prices for the celebrated Grover &
Baker sewing machines, and no charge for freight.
Machise warranted for fivre years. Only machine w
fit for families. 182 Canal street .
Call and see Keep & Hogan, 3- Teboapitooluas
street, for hardware, cutlery, plows, hoes. cast
lig., agricuttnral implements, etc. Prices low.
MasOLtI WAvTn.--Superlor to the best im
poner German Cologne, and sold at half the prioe.
On the 3d Inst., at Mulberry One,. Pleanatioa, by iev.
FPa her Hubert. Dr. J .'. BARD, of New Oreeams, to Mier
ran LOU DAIGOE youngest duhrefths lategirktsDeiLre
itt of Pat Biatee SPe npriub.
4d WE HAVE JUST OPEIED A HANDSOME LItE OP
I- PARASOLS AND HALF-UMBRELLAS.
Oe 4 Mew Let of Blaek ama White Plaid Drees
g, 4. ast C sse peir ward. worth So easte.
Si- J. A. BRASELMAN & CO.,
no ass :. So.....aM. soae tS. e ....se *db 5S
ed Co of S. Andrew treet.
-SON B -WINTBR OOOD4 UNDER COST.
n- . Sgear Planters, Attentlon!
be THE CELEBRATED
y, VICTOR CANEC MILL
of COer'S EVAPORATOR
Will be exhibitel In operation, making RUJAR FROM
LOUIJAI.A OA.E, at
eOeam, Il's Li mber aIred,
Corner of Carvde'.et and Delord streets, (near Ttvali Circle,)
)a Iew Orleans, on
10 Friday, February a. 1sa.
C ,mmnecltg at 10 o'clock A. m.
All interested In nugar making are invited to witness their
CL .xS. E. WYNNE & PARR.
Of Agents for Victor Came Mil aned Cook's Evaporator
166 Oraver and 17 Union strew,
New Orleans, La.
- Attet io n t
ALL INTEREBSTED IN SUGAR MXK[NG.
Tnoe VICTOR CANE MILL end COOK'S EVAPORATOR
wlI be in operation maskng Sugar at
MeCOWENLL'5 LIUBEI YARD,
R EAR TIVOLI CIRCLE,
d From 32 M. to 4 P. M., Friday, Feb. ath,
IF FAIR WEATHER.
This A pparatus enhbes the making o f Fgar with as little
coot for kacht..ery as Cotton or any other crop,
7 If Friday I. act fair weather, then we wlj wzsk some hors
e SATURDAY, Feb. 6'h.
THOS. B. BODLEY & CO.,
No 9 Ferdido rtreet,
Aernts for Victor Cane Will and Cook's Rvnorator
.4t W'holsdsle At WI holesale!
1 "1. LEVOIS
sAs ow orue ne
SPRING STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 3
r GENERAl DRY GOODS,
To which he Invitee the Attention of
CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS. .
TERMS LIBERAL. th
,I -- I·
CORNER CANAL AID BOURBON STREETS.
DR. J. W. ROUERS, OF MEMPHIS, WILL DELIVER
THE RISE AND PROORZS3 OF RITUALISM
EPISCCPAL CHURCHPS OF GOLAND AND
O Frlday Evealg, Feb. 5,
AT MAFONIO HALL, bT. CHARLES STREET.
Tirkete to be had at the doors-5 tcents.
Phaeinx .YutIual LITe Insurance hb
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.
EDSON FESSENDEN, Parstn.r."
JAMaS F. BURNS, Bacarroyr.
The "PH(CVNIX MITUTAL LIFE TNSURANCE Co.
PAlU 1" llte attent.on tot.-e fallowing Piano peculiar to
Islet. All the advantaes of an all Cas and half Note Com
L d. If rarly Insure to-day for .0D., and prv one half
cash and oae ha f olte, (en oy tablei, and oh-'uld he die t
mnrrow, next week. next month, or next year, the F :I.L
rnmont of the policy is pldd--$5,000--and hi EttbCr ONES
Of NOTES. All note returned as divrlden ts, an never but
four notes on soy table It payment is mule. ALL (Ac.H,
Ithe neared recvSr cash uthe namont--5,iX0 -wilh ditvi .
cendo. CaSH ALSDED.
3,d. No rrestric'ion on Employment.
(th. )bse insured it permitted to travel or rmelde In any part
of thb Iini ed Statvs, urape, anti the eou'aher,, portion .f
oaoth America. durine any and all iau-ns of the ytar, free
of rh .a This he nneer ' elore eenol ofrfera by ny po.
nof ite ee thoul an xta chare, varying from $Si to
5,ii for every ihouncad dollora insured.
hth Divdeonds in the tliENIX have b on snd now are
th. The tlvdend e1 pr cent on all its tahbles. If the
autal ptemium i $c l. the 'itidend ii $30.
7th. It alw, s puas its losses promptly, and never conteste
8th. All Its policies mare noa-forfeiting ; thereby no ponssib'
change of lvs to the in.ared.
0th Ordincy Life Policies •on-forfeitlug afer three pay
meat wilie ahepolcy~ s in forge for the full amanutt tf
IVEN DOLLARS O PEMn L UMS PAID, beeideA many
other r, aunevtage. Tho PH(fIEIX bs aid to widow.
ald orphans SciJOOfp and ner ontesterld a sirnleum l •
and hu ORlLU U) sasely seered for like purpaces.
ith. Its loate hate been mel by the onnual aentert re.
ceuved at, ne; ard a snrp us of interrst ioft o0Vr to sw, IU t-e y.
go, eral od brltnng a tnhe Insured. - a
lth. Its rteio t Asuait pr as~e uap as any ompny
doPAR a S TBF buTineeu.
12th. IT WILL hUT 1eNCE AN UNSORCND LF&. If
JtlIW D SCOTT. Lacrl Arent.
Bank of .Vc'Cw Orleans,
N1].W ORLEA.Nno FM~13. I, I -'. 1, -,
I.ETTERS ST CIEDIT ,
The IANK OF NLW ORLEAN8 l.uee LETRS Of
(I.DIT payable on the I'rmeipi Cities of Frasce nd Srt
Engan~d. I. AUtAGUS TIN, Cashier.
BILLS OF EXCHANLE.
The &IK oF PEW ORITeATL drawE on TIeME lld
at viIttlT in Amoant. ao RSit Porrctaoro apan
LODO. CONa . (RIEANo,
LIERPOOL. PAl'. AVNON,
P OORI. TALRBE . TROCLL, aoct
BO .DEAUX, TOULOUSE, Pit ITeR4 t
IIARE, NANC,. LE MA0.,
MARSELLS, STRACHBOIM A, PER[,INE 'X,
L'soiob, M ET'. LOltRIs T,
l·I. ETIENNE. MULHOrnE, LILLIC tmt
NsNTEm'S Ttp U,, LINOO KS.
ANiiOCLEINE. AEUi. PT JRAN D'ALUGEI.
DAnd on the PrTncipa Cites of te Unitead Stales.
I RN. AU(USTIN. Cadhier. Wc d
its he rmen o..... ......fis ihe rmen.i
-I ITIN(, 'T'A\ChI E. -
ls) *ren TROT LINES, teit fot Loag:
1't9..... . e A . •
i e-.. CTrON .. Aeorted m
.tlO FiSH BOO)KS--Anaorte y isee: Chi
And a larrge asortment nf FltHlttU TACKLE on asnd
a.d fJr orla tay
TAYLOR & CHURCHILL, i
Na. 4] aaslne soteet tppoiite St. James Hittl.
I SCaiup tre h.
Dea'r In fire WATCHES, JEWELRY and S-VL' E
WARE:alsOUNSand PISTOL4. leefactnre sod ra
alm every deervipton of work n his line.
We o e,-e m eeee foe ia deel ef LADED e
NltTr, ets., m ike Sonede Siam. 3eke ae d ain Dum
eriteIe prey gtve.. p
IVIPUSTOW, UERTON b G0., 18,!
NeW Idkt IP e, New esS, e
mew pr Q wod.
1...... ........cmaal gree6s.....**.*... 5
Has just received per steamer EAXONIAtm bere a
1s splendid asertment of SPRIWG GOODS, which be offers M
Low Prise as WHOLESALE and RETAIL. vi :
- FRENCH PERCALES and CAMBEICH. New.
LIGHT FRENCH PRINTS.
PlINTED MAISEILLE and PIQUE, for Dresses
GRENAD NE and ENGLISH BARKGIS. New.
Mt ZAMBIQjUS ed LINOS, for Drsse . Now.
L PLAIN and PRINTED LINEN CAMBRIOS, New.
SOLID COLORS CAMBRICS nsa GIMIAMSH , Now.
CHECKBD., bT PED sad FANCY OfOIOARS.
VASCI sod PLAIN COLORED ALPACAS.
VALENCIENNE LACES for WAISTS.
BLACK GRENADINE and CANVAS.
PASIASOLS id DEMI UMBIELLAS.
LADIEI' LISLE THREAD HOBS.
.. GAUZE MERINO VESTS.
LINEN TABLE DAMASK and NAPKINS.
LANA and LACE bHAWLS.
rI LACE VEILL
MISSES LAMA and LACE POINTS
LINEN BBERTINGS. All Widths.
MAJI ANTOINETTE, LAOE POICRUS aed SELTL
BUCK BAOK and BIRDS DIAPBSS.
LADIS8' and MIoS FRENCH CORSETS.
Etc., EtIc. Etc.
Will receive by every steamer from Europe a fresh aseor
* meat of Sprig and Summer Goods.
DOMESTIC GOODS OF ALL KIJDS.
mI. 3 TQ 721,T.
1 6 ...... .........CANAL sTREET.................1
Great asd .sIttrerr ve Bresasu
AT THE MAMMOTH ESTABLISBMENT OF
KERN & FELLMAN,
W oelesale sad Retal wealerlo tl Staple mmd
Faeuy Dre OSeede
3 Nos. 104, 106 and 108 BARONNE STREET,
Opposte Nattlal Theater.
Jest eceived, a large Stock of MUSQUITO ETTINGS,
comprising the fotowing, to-wit:
10 0 pieces BOBINET BAR8 (fna*, $5 a pleos;
100 (xtr). 6 50 a piece;:
150r .. PL.AID MUSLIN BARS, yrd Io,
yrds wide $30 a pleer;
I:.0 piLces PLA MUSLIN BARS (Flowered), t 75 a
i' pieces WHITE LINEN NETTING, 1 eaotl a yard;
510.. .. (Extra An,, 20
cets a yard:
300 CRO WN LINER NETTING 12t ,euntsa yard:
00 doe Extr Lre Hucback French TuWELS,
HI5 a doen.
Also an exteaslt.e line f Tmpertod CORSETS, from $1 to
the Sstn ever manufac-ured
All the ab..ve were porch ".ed50 5ra Cmt below thbera utl
volue at reno sale ..f elsd Gtod. mad Iln leo Vort
PAYAN & ZEBAL,
Under St. CharleeHntel.
The Best Pianos
ARE MADE BY
PETERS, WEBB A CO.
Full asaortment Just received and for sale at Fstory rates
A. E. BLACKMAR,
164 Cal street Oposite Christ Church. f
llaan 4 Frederickson,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS A
Dealers In Flae Chemlemle, GOlswmre Ap
parst',, LeeCees. Ete., Etc.,
189 ...............CANAL STREET..............1....
Hvrlnsg jut removed frm .No. IS and 15 Koy.l cterl to
our new eitabitihbat ol. 1 oansl rest, formerly ac
pd bJy Dr J Mei. weabe be trs to Jmfurm our S
Itr oed end prl(s thba hevo g eslaegETd or bOsot.O, we
will he much better prc.,raod te totur to nre d cc •ilord. K
emsns trn the tredo. A Lsr~ and Complet Stock us
r c-, ilul KUII wl 1JImlo *o I..und oe hand; . alo, al
t~e celebreted Impoad M1INEAL- WATER
Atnde to al bhrance of t1c DENTAL PROFESSION Cl
Ofce and Neldenrce--15 aroonae str~rt. er a~al tet
loor P1'here Uessor s De.
And Ic ecoteLaly duect Dr. J. WINTRLL ta .0 Germ..
no, sad now re.orml ct 119 OI ctrelt, tUis l, '.e to.
a compcr.tivc shbor time. bce curd mc ol a Sere0 Stemme.
Is gad . tutttong. beoa rrmogrd tee mo-of alpl .
nuohapploa, and an Lmpediment temp fbmeroe Srtego Ic
life. lan, tabnLks I.. hi.. who so hilderv ltU hch t ,
prompted by rtitudo, I eamnot fil to ex·pea pbbllcF.
B. IARTI ,
CebLtt Maker, mpe iet.
P,.ldsener.-9 Drvodee , reet. I
Lou don and Lancashire a
-'IRE INSI;I.\ANCF COMPANl' Y, .,
Cuplttl ·6.00,.03O Is emld. l
PPellesle Ise on all descriptiocu of merchandise and prop.
cr1) .0 current rates.
ol*d Pelteslc Iccued. se
R. G. MUIGROVE,
C)lee 64 Carodelet street usor ,rr id,
In A mer.a, Jnrconecn, Mnontamoeat I I.atia, Ptchci., e.
I3 u ope aeolnloS dafly sat L ' '
& . (GISWOLD & CO.',
Cornr Canal and oyal strC V
Wathes. (` r,·., l-(umnd Vis..
Will And at our old tand, 29 ('amp street, aill iearipitos (
oie Fornlabhing Goods, Flue Cutlery, Plated Wre, Flm
ut e and PlaIn Olaswsre; French China Plain ed Dar s
sled Dine and Ta ia:s; Stun,. China Pra ad s amd
8AM'L E. MOORE & CO.
Is...............H AIRTR STsREET.............. I
A. BRODbJEAU A CO., Importers, oer at low prices
CARPETINO--G agsiLh cud Ameriean, of oil kind.; Floo,
Furniture and Enamel OIL CLOTH; MATTING -5ID roll
China; 100 pice Cooen; WINDOW SHADE;1 Table mad
Piano Covenr; Crumb Cloth -Drusrs. AUee anrd PelS; Car C
ta-loL. ·p, Worsted, Dmank, etc F PrpiLtr tever.
log-Linen ad Cotton, riped; Cornlc, Band,. Pla. etc
Rlce Plkautera, o. Etteo.
CAOSLIWA SEED RICE, ca
Jnst Reotelvd sid for rle:
(4 hotee U Brcevemum eldem Seed N~ w.
Diret from Charleton & O. Prepared ezpray for
Nice Dope),St 4Peter trect comma Cotomioaee
O Drfl, (Julo ee to bI ihl Hu rw G e
l Sir_ t ton m; wo ,ereIi5 eeg'_h The
Wmber oips treeis In Dr. ~.mbergIe' O)led -j
--Ldrai i 1 ;o S l member at epeiI i
LITHOGIRAPHIC O S'FICE,
CO 'I CJ D WITC TET
(o.. 04 (IAMP STREET.
The attention of the rie eommcoantt h invited to an
examination of the Ape" eo of Lrrmonurar executed at
this eetabliohment, whl for Elegamt e of Design and Artistlc
Eameutlo, cam.,t be csllled either la this oety or any ether
eity in the alteod atl
The Office ha overt scllty for the prompt executim o1
ACCOUNT SALEj OF COTTON,
CERTIFCATLS OF STOCK,
LETTER HEADS, INVOICES,
LIQUOR LABELS, BONDS,
And in fact every aotcrlotio of wort required by
MERCHArITS, FACTOII8, INSURANCE C3MPANIES,
BANS,. ETC., ETO.
WORK INTRUSTED TO THIS OFFICE
D EXKECUTE I. IN THIS CITY !
Tius deoltgr wap wth the Trouble aMd
Delay I.eurered s IsondIls Merta.
Price. will compare favorably with similar quality of work
executed iLa orthern and ksomtern Caies.
: CRUSCENT OFTIOK.
We. lmenw Streetmt, oew Orlesue.
.AMie of ELecjUte
EIGHTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT.
In compliance with a pr. clsmatio of hbs hExuoety H. C.
Warmotb. Governor of the Las oa LoleLnaW ea, to e aeddrem.
ed, I hereby givoe otla that an Eloetion wilt be held on MON
DAY, February 8, 18I, in the Eighth Reprresetatvs District
(otherwlse known as the Eight Ward, city of New Orleaue),
for the purpose of electing saieeno to represet said Ditrict
in the HBun of eppresentaivee of the 8tats of Losiana.
The Eighth Representti ve District is comprise between the
center of El sean Flelds mtet and the center of Larlyett
Avenue, formerly Engln Street, and from the river to the
rear of the city. All duly registered electots residlg in said
District are entitled to vote at said electlon.
Duoe notice will be given of the p.ae of holdlng the poll.
New Or eans, Janai 23, 1810
PuopervMir of rlstration, PMrish of Oroas.
*new Orleasu Foeaoteife.
STime tof Arrntal CaI D]epatune .t e Ial
Route 801-New Orleau to rshteru , leave dey lamNao
Sunday) at 7 A. . Arrive dslly (Sunday eeepted) by 8 . g.
Itato PtI-New Orleans to Canto.a, dopartMue daily,.
r Closes a ,Sw . a, D ndy at . Arvdesr dlye at .
aoteo 8s-Now Ore.. to aI reerm levfls upplytg ell
the ooe opened, departure Moeday at S r. u ad ied at
t A. . Arrives Monday and Prild.y mornings
antoflt--ew- Orlan. to Oarllrton, via Jokreee Oty,
departare Monday and Thursday M 9 A. 11 Arrive. Mohdap
nd Thuraday a 4 t. v..
Late 8016-New Orleno to Blraos Settlemnt, lwee
Coeast, depeartuoTueeda and FriLday at 8 u. L Arrive Sua.
day and Thur"day.
s M·oe 80O--N.w Ortsa to Mobl, dpertIMure dal7 lt i t,
u .. Budyaya t li. Arrives dfly by 8 a. 1.
Moate 800-New Ormle n o i oingote, Ia. departooe
at P'. 0.
Boute --New OreaM to Algies, departure doty at
u. Arrivesdelybyt1 & L.
Monte 3008-New O lueer to Tlckbubrg, inpplyu all the
Soffee opened to Vickaburg; also Red River and Oachlto
Parishes Dearturo Tue dea and blaturday at 5 r. Ar
riov on Monday and Friday morning.
MaIl tor Lake Coet Tuesday ad Thurdar at8 A. U.,
saterday. at 113t. L , Pesogua, Saturday. at ll4.
Mail for OIalvestoa, Boodto, ladiaola, Sna Antoia,
lrowavtille*, Brsos eatlgo. via Neow Orleans and Opelomes
Ralroad, glee at? a. n Sanday and Thurday.
Tartl f tPootage tre Mexte*, Cuoba. m Woo
ladle.. ete .
Owadaloup, Martinique. French and Dich Gale, .
Vincent's, lt. Luela, lt V. ilnelt, TrtaidnIadG, Genad 8ae.
hal oln. optional.
Cuba. Mexico, flEsyti Porto Riceo, Si Thomaso Jamla
Venesouela, United Iates of Colombia, Eagi Ob GatUn-15
munte half oar, oblUgtory.
Boletv, Chilrl. .ced-1emat half o, oblgatorTy,
lruklare rtd ar i ok ib packeta. 4 as oar under.
Bdelgium, Switoend and (Germany, 8 cents sec.
rance 4. ngllnd 4 atad 1Iy 1I m e ak.
easo lo, vta Hiambirh 8 cetu seh.
Sweden 1, via lambrut ii eUt eah.
Open at 8 o'clol . M. ; elosem atip g,
Annd loice rrowrns o Clock A.l eloe eat lt a
PURCHASING AND COLLECTING AGENCY.
NO. s aSTr Ywan'ti rlTUir, NUN ron,
m - e m ..U Cr.
A aM~ Algme mat eve Mad to seve ae
SeLa ne.. reatas on strIT va
Se ae en eM pbmee, p en a ,
.ee -o. . . . Nm. u s. hV'a e a
MERCHIAN J TtILOR
We.* ae r Umeway. 1 tomot