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4 t =.F k 2¬: f. J` C N. Y( S !ýA I 4 We $I f eewwe a titam!htl sjiet nIew chwi elo erem ti fore nmmnr.ia l s _ he share .ti, sln in fotlc iantkl at. e41+l SIr arI "n11 awa! n that 'w . i. r!A, ik i ltl ýIdiNtll i ntl pn' !i tla; l ,u r idl (lfttf , ,,I:- i" there ,n l dell aware that, tlý it lal .sp =l l ury n d know anything but Sone from the lips of the wit. re him, or from thone of the i N io supposed t be too ignor~ iOread to be oblivious of all the ta t asprlitin in tlle communit:. iy, a pbilobopher whose mind and Sdwell oternaly in the higher a. oI metphyetoN, or in something ra removed from the affairs of dbay life. ap we have no right to sensure lpnme Court, whbih granted these serable trials, continued until thel witnessoe had deserted the ses to follow old Mr., ollinger h bouder whih no live sheriff can $ visitk, Perhape the court Jeltifed and controlled by the law, age plain men, unversed in the earsana of jurlisprudelnce. We pyver lifted the veil and entered - tEoliesw wherein ri given to the Ihe ldtten seoret which explainse a murder may he offset by a bill ion, or how old Mrs, Noiling bones may moulder in the grave, ad Oarveyt go free, and jusltice at the same time. All that wr * aind all that the great mass ol omunitOy know, i that Earl andt . murdered old Mrs, Mollingeth atole her money, that Earle con thes orime, that both of then rbeen three tirmes convict of the arime, and thai ore now free men, i'erhaps the pe.son to blame wae the okl herelfe; possibly the soluttio Sthe trouble il that she had no righ be aged, inafrm, helpless, and poe aof the money twg Auch enter and useful ltleans as Charle, fl and John Garvey wanted. JOTCI AftD U1I STOKAUD. A: ong the members of the House Mitee recently in this State was ion. O. i. Joyoe, of Vermont, as * a speiomen of the narrow-minded, "t and obstinate partisan as ever England sent abroad to experience - Pharisee's comfort, and, at the * time, prove to others that "house. youth have ever homely wite." e was sent down here, apparently, a judioial misslon, to make an Iram and unbiased inquiry, and we .a doubt his soul is quite easy as manner in which he disoharged dutJy. We would not intimate that ed the diotates of his eon lt any resneot, but doubtless Wot onastituency have very de.i vro11bnsa and' r- vuid ht MBat burglary" to nave robbed iDMildtas testimony of the preo eplitons whlah entitled him t them in Congsas. To have these sntimentr would have '"throw himself away without a cause." This was "most tol. aMlnot to be endured," so what hi do, good, honest soul, but act thesound advice the good Moslem Aaasttsius, when that graclous bhaving thoroughly examined the of one seot, proposed to study *f the other, that he might choose them: " Hear both sides of the 1" excolaimed he, in utter aston. t. "Why that is just the way to come to a conclusion, and to a in suspense all the days of one's 1 Wise men first adopt an opinion, then learn to defend it. For my I make it a rule never to hear but e side; and so do all who wish to i settle their belief." Upon this advice Mr. Joyoe acted, and with the most scrupulous and con saentious consistency. At Baton Rouge e testimony of Victor Lange and the other tepublicans, to the peace and sess of the election, fell upon deaf Sre; while the indignant denunciations fold Mortimer Price, the old servant of Henry Clay, who was "still a bad "l dloal," whose pretty daughter had Ebeen debauched by Davis, the Parish Judge, who had been driven from the Ssommunity for this very infamy, were treated with contempt. At Bayou Sara our Congressman contented himself I.th asking witnesses if Weber and ausen Kaufman, the man who ;tought "twenty duels," were not s.ly afrald" to come before the ittee and testify. Kaufman for ota about this understanding that was terrorized and came into the ttee room on one occasion, but reminded of it, left in short or At Clinton he brow-beat witnesses, sader the protection of his posit towards such gentlemen ioorwood and Mr. Fuqua a Insolence that he would dared to indulge under asebatble cireum Ja i ir statement "X f it. Dr~bOa~~lr spOl ot weather whlob Iatdiatl late I avery, ,ie aees- I a'ily encounte.eSd many disoon forts and had reason for oomplaint In some instanos. lBut his complaInts of the fare are simply amusing, and to one * who saw him eat-and we had a "ohiel" 5along "taking notes, and faith he'll prent 'em"-theY appear the basest in gratitudeb To tell the meagre truth, Of en utlboundeds sitio h." But this stomach, like Launce's dog, was a most ungrateful and whimsial be(st. It played him constantly all sorts of pranks, and uould never be taken to table like other "gentlemen. like" stomahes, but it betrayed its owner and forced the Indignant query of Launoe to his dog "drab"-" Lids't thou ever see me do such a trick " At Baton loulge, while the other gentle.' men of the party were feasting on woodcock and all manner of game, garnished with fresh mush. rooms and other indigenous dainties, this beastly Vermont stomach was In one of its meet unmtoountable moods, and angrily rejected all other food but raw beef-literally raw, as it left the butcher's stall-and crackers. Such a stomach must necessarily sub. mit its owner to many viucititudes, and it is but natural that it should make of him one of Dctem uid eatl en, likel a st inidirM tond1)t' ' but, we must be pardoned, a sly grin at the man who, bringing with him such a testimonial of New Fingland cookery, should assume to pals upon the famous tofitw.tf of Louislana, and say our peso pie house like herdsmen and feed like .hogs. Mr. Joyce had his notions about good living, but they were Vermont notions, and very queer ones, lls much=abused digestion may have occa. sionally assumed a healthier tone, but doubtless upon these rare occasions his eye brightened and his mouth'watered for ham and eggs and fried cabbage, and such like familiar grub. Woodcock rat etrasil had no charms for him, and mushrooms wore but " tudstools." Mome time ago there appeared in one of the New York papere an article upon this very subject, in which the savage atrocities of New Flngland cookery were dweli upon with a bitterness that could have been inspired only by pain. ful experience. The article was lost among our exChanges, and we could not now refer to it if we would, but we remember how our blood curdled with horror when we contemplated some of the dishes described. We never under. e stood Joyoe's case till we read that ar a tide, ills idiosynorasies were familiar a to us, and we had even witnessed some I, of his notable "feeds ;" we had seeon ir him in his short intervals of convales. +e nc" bolting down great dishes of e fried cabbage and lumpy pastry, but it s. was not until we learned upon what regimen his youth had been nurtured r, and his manhood hsa grown so great, t. that we were able to acouunt for the wretched depravity of his tastes. list re then the secret or his woes overcame 15 us "like a summer's aloud, without our d speolal wonder," NoTEs. The Australian cnses shows 0,854,711 sheep a4d t1,$e4,51 eat'le to les than 9,000,001 inhabi. I 4. e,or 80 sheep to esach man, woman and child. to at leat the papers ay, but those Agures have a queerly susplotous lock. Rimebody has invented the story that the Gulf Stream Is rapidly changing its couse, and lear. leg the ooust of Great Britain. Should there really be any truth in the story it would leave the olimate of Gromt Britain the saee as that of its re r. vi+e Labrador. The superiority of everything Amerloan is shown by the tact that the teng of Bavaria I taking great trouble to saotimatlee Louisiana and Florids edars in Bavaria, to be used in making lead pencils. Fi. thousand young. cedar trees are now thriving in the Boyal Fiorest of Bavara, to be'converted, in time, so the story goe, Into lead pencals. The Kansas Legislature has so far given in to women's rights as to employ little girle as pegs. And yet the women are not happy, and want to make the legislators swear that they will not curse or cshow tobacco in the presence of these pages. The result of which is, that the Legis lature is a a dead-look and has been balloting for Senator over a mouth without saooese. The Cincinolnati distillers contributed 9,241,804 gallons of whisky toward the drunks of this country last year. Counting four drunks to the gallon (the average is a little more for OCncinnati whisky), this is one good drank to every oltlien of the United States. The whisky produot showed an increase of fifteen per cent last year, which is attributed to the excitement of the preeldential canvass. The recent proeldenUtal election in Peru wa a decided improvement on the American style. Everybody went to the polls armed to the teeth. The fight began before a vote ws polled. Pr-a do's pasty was triumphant and captured every polling place, killing only twsntyfive of their opponents. The reenlt Is that Prado is eeoted, with no danger of being counted out a long as his ammunition luate. The New York fashionable churches are re ported very nearly all bankrupted. The beare have been triumphant, and the fall in the value of pews is so extraordinary as to create a perfeot panic. Pew prices have at last come down, and the market is flooded with pews or sale. The ministers held out to the last, but they could not hold out any longer and had togive in to "'hard times." It is whispered that ee enterprising sharpers have been takinag adantage of the situ aties to corner on pews and wll hold them until they bring better pice. DIED. her fnai twill take place TRIB DAY. Feb r.u n ar t at o. t s'eee_ m.. list tt tturdrh ur trefr alI ruIL O a4, ri t~l ýl hlt ,i Pma ta ta tre of ~inI rtl air datý hjtP~r~frc ifitiY;"* l IM I l r *. a t tOh Pit tý' f9'" , tft' i e ýt (f1 Iab(II2t thisMt dOBf 1ar atttrd W t ý1tir tt aim rrjj at aspath f (Mninureaan mlray (M aftPtI) O at the ati p ldtl I'tt<Ihl r. _ oakittbt' (4tnikar1W of b Ut~e JtIII .of (h ]pia3r tt at (1j ' ,itrbta to 4 irt'1yº ct A trues itJPfi WILL. b Wfntn1(t. het'raNry at Mtat#._ LUG. EIOIT, I! ftAY s~, i li Tlct11dT New @Filflie. fop iM otIBIJI M41 ýTRANGfPlf p n7ed DtI.o ddii Trial ts. e, Ml; . , t Ae #1 n ar, tare bd ma r mein it tM. ot a ar a ua I i at zn to hui ha Ia , wtltn Iil IIIE WIHII Ytg~~fi~' i1INvi andtheABt1O i~, ;,t ii o ýr rý aid MIa 151, iat$AI .tn~ral tl t 1 ~W l~18 ld nW OInIR idOt ____ w hil b'1 #t1 rrlM.~cre rt Now U lonIn, Fotr rttrc I, 10T 'ý AM I3Irtj.OII 1. 0t TII~a $!0t, I1f5 t ro ud a~ roar riew~f ntgitdva Orlad - - C5tpmi t icee t. nil t~ it tANtI#II baxr s No M, W anflhIt bastt trn JJ hat gtia at pu wIauit and.atll sit 5 a .n, an,7 ir and s's. " F AYt-,m bahrmols 1 t1 n ri os ra n1d alt ri DACON-lan ~nsksa ndt hair~ oauks. Lcuisvilles , r} k_ýtn, ha on, Mid IA an1t oUldtars-._ at thorllAM-t tiwarpo oft lama Ind vtry sallnn of A lath ' i Utle sliln andUlnal, nnatl brands, Cand n. , t ompart u rt·rrct lrretI . c f'i Iti ~' vsd UtOand~ila~ttradsi alo Plai Vs I a r IlPtY ~AbTP-la -1rAT$--tloaoO too Nln' rutled and MhoullPra, lj 1IýAuln-lnoo barrias Oho1lan andr Lsow (anraisxr. V WIII~tflY-2aa lurrals of Ba~t otld h#nlur'b handlmadaru sours mash hioUQrnn a nd Itya A C hiskN as. dlranu t a rnahtal ra, ok, ant wavir' of ranttua of anand aunayul artnd snob " rs as v oaan ant 1.Atr Muidr, a haIukan 1t On d onhiiunmentador for samby MI~ MLLEU, DOLtUONahl o CO., fIr tl O5 (I O a~nd l T;'hootpltooias st. I)ICNTAL YNOTICE I am happy to Inform my frinds that duYing my tomporary abonco from my fltrn' have hboon onaold to soourn rot my pmtolnttithe Pro flo nel sorvi.n of t. M. O HA, a gntltpan of hiltity and long nxp rlncn, at whlso hands thny can ho assur.l of rooniving caro ul and thorough troatmont. Trusting that may conttinuo t rncotliv thoir patronng., arid aopltng 5001s to i)ts t th l('r $Orvlv+ poRson aiy.I remain, 1. it. WAIKRt. D. P. 4., 1180 Delord Ifront jaOn 1w Opvalto Tivoli COrold, FRANK, A. LEE CO., No, 186 Commas St.. New Orleans, La,, BROK ERP, And dlaltrs in City, State, Railroad and In vttstmnnt SECURITITS, wish to buy 2,oo0 Jack son Railroad First Mortgage Bonds; e,oo~ Sec ond Mortgnan ditto; and bo,ono Mississlpot Con tral Railroad firsts and 10.00 seconds ; also so, 000 First Mortgage Bonds. Now Orloans, Mobile and Toxas Railroad Company, Western Dl viion. FRANK A. LEE & CO., 185 Common Street, jins w Noew Orleans, La. Carpet and Oil Cloth Ware HOUSE. ELKIN & CO.. 168............CANAL STREET............168 Are offering their stock of Axminster. Velvet, Drus Iýn C rain OIL OLOTH, WIJVT8H DES and COR N1CE6 atextremely low drloes. jail 1m2D UNDERTAKUERS. CHAS. C JONES, - OIIN 0. ROCHE. or. merli with Frank Johnson. JONES A BOCHE, 280 and 26. Magazine st..hear Delord. ln4.trtakrs and Embalmers. All buitnaes entrusted to the firm will receive D aana yearful. attention at mederate rates. CITY LICENSES OF 187h7 Gluew Orleans, Januayw due Ite CltyLienses for 1177 are now due and payable in ash satf* Department. `h1oRelnothg rat o adiseount wlbe allow 1t trotat hreo Jaur To b lfs D the tlýa iOAtLWO 11Alfa IA IT ,xO~~ Ti(' ýh t'T 1 A tOý . wat sy (l (#nA , flt'eb . -t4 ý pj~t1arY '11___ r, N~ 1VIPUI fP~i 51 ll`1111a.1 Mtei 4 e anro. fIn t t#1ýV L t i At'H atI1ýY U h' MIdtt tttet Wek o~ tTi a OI-F T i 1 e T Jtrd1 I~~u ýntlirdn M ntl n n p l KiY !) ijt)ýf~:f~: irt to rii of , r toa t ittia i _ o101 lta , pqcl ý I~;tt , _Ni F su III a-tra 0O11t1Sh; j m AIhII t l t Ath 0ti MA htrit ttAH m i--I t radat l I- PawI*, Ion IIEI prpnr anti ng Alujn or a L HEAVYWINE CLwt(r.a1 t toiOTHInG M hI-m o t enld: t M taao ffor 9~ Witntor 0V~t'l0A " n hlLNA*MA8 *it . nan a .10,lvlu t r r n6nn of tho to S. 3frgnnntll npno.e b J1ii InU Dali. uW in g..nt ,n am o othutlnior jhost atm4 Lhnow 1iE thurte ntyt rod e, An oilk) attomnt , ot y ann i s Inm n ttr ot, odd, loirioU i ft e to Vl ann A IttTs tt 1 C WhoIosANY, fI.r U naent anit'jnta thwyentiteo oldtI I nti'Onlr 01'tog /111týý watt .. &ear .r ld t i'o D adnl, 4 <I1 `I) $e t I~ort aryflto riosttirrrb, tt' inn Ilii Io. f ee fe tt tn-t DiCBO SfRE A WINTER CLOTNIPN Moathe to lrarod to take room for SP R INGh GOOD, of C nsh erdn Wltl do Wntll to Look.a Cnaralmrore titt$Ili D I trleen, $0', tin, Sir to V$. Th Wnter (lgot IAnrCtmt nofd Afo, o i, andr t 11etnr 1irra$nttUrIo Mai W®Andy -d I~lilram, of Sftesr ,tot lmnnlrl. tio , urnlnhwl, freent on g a liý vtIo n . lt oy'a Aow lrgue a thet enf goody.hnod t alets a wttnntlo lit Vtlli~itt~l k /It tllbl t~lt,~ No.and in (lnam street, r $pooeaora to Pierson A hews.1 Whotetnnlrlr depnrttnent. tint tnlrti with oatn 1t1l o e ntq25 Ifrin e t try nto srltanLa, nl;sitn brtiora, ,1n n.I oonnnrre ef Dnrrmy A Wheeler. Wi s W, OAritno Js r $tt). NSyft ad Ex.in lm Ve'nK. r nTYL1!1t lereornlnry alit Tronnngrer, -t A. Rm RoRK 15ak lonCerSDM 4e 15 .. . .. IIOULEIS ar r In SF AND LOCK COMEPANE tb cOolebrated Fire and 1dnrtllr r Proto ttln Dla OAPTN! allfdV or OI.Wl Bands, elarta.; cuta nei Vunur e MRa nte~rials ofr allkn s atnd qu a lirf t ien. ante. ls. Bunlnrlapi. f y heble or q g detoe. - ab D1 A. BROUBEA SN NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. DENEOHAUD'S REITAURANT, S Carondelet st., near Canal. I beg leave to inform my friends and the pub lie ins gener l that I have ade to myRLau rant A B1ITA IANT AT A A G L P ICE PER MEAL. The Breakfast to be at so cents and the Dinner at 75 cents The Breakfast will oensest of four dishes, and either tea coffee and milk, or chocolabe-making five. The Dinner will consist of eight dishes, as follows: Soup, fish, entree, vegetables, roast, salad, dessert and coffee. TheBreakfast to be from :s3 a. m. toll:ao a. m., and the Dinner from 2 o'clock p. m.tb7 ip.m. I will keep my restaurant as heretofore for boarders and parties wishing to have their meals served to order. K. F. DENEOHAUD, Proprietor. Orders for Balls and Soirees respectfully so licited. a is.lm DISSOLUTION OF OOPARTNRBSHIP-The firm of SOANitlDER as A Zt7 ERBIE has been dissolved by the death of Christian and Louis tchneider. The luidon 1Univerrs L o eider. Ad sitrator of the etalto BA OOII AND TAl LEY B , LMEEIOAN B B's, UWTIar CAR, Iw COTTON AND SISAL PLOW LINES, Manilla and Tarrred hope, Cotton Duck, gall Twines, Itoe. D. L,. RAN LETT & 00., OCorinoer Peto'rs aindL c.rpavier. B. M. & B. J. ONTQGOMWRf's Furniture Emporium, ARMORY HALL, n7 C0AMP STREET. The Largest and Most Centrally Located Furniture Establishmient In the City. SUintnittll on iinnd, and at thte IOWEWST MAIUET Pil0tI lt , the lnrtaelt and lheat sellete ecas rrient, of PARLOR 0S To he fnlndl n the Stitih, ronlliting of n11ll UVpholstered In eroeatel, Cotillne, Repý, Terry and lair Cloth, and Flinishd in Oilt. MASItittII TOPt1 ILAIrD I and IsAM 'TA hI,%t, Yretmh PILA II e42..M N4 Ol llViý.ni t 'ie b IliOON U'i I tVt11 , t with .n n l r lAteehlt e lt 1 w i ,L Bth i to mntdli bItah;i ýCiilOO I n ai bý A hl t lT .rery grade, A nnm nleft iaesot nat of MD lf.M5 OitOMMON .-lit1?tr , of evey griade s.it.bl . seasi " KdA d # ~ l i l St d i lknatio de luta ttO ati .ati bsire, ", tJtUflýtln , .edo tý ordtr, 1 ALL OF O I 07u )OOD5 AtE FROM THE liESiT FACTOrIIISM, iOTh iAST AND WIET, ANDt OUR1 PrICEtP ARE THE LOWZMT IN THEl OITY. All Grrdue peelkead hn p t .d froee nI aharRt , TlaLnkingt otr friteli# and the puitlU for af pir past iPtrounge, we .oulllit I contl nuncl e of Ue samet in the uturre, It.. . & ii. J, MONTOOMERY, Armory Hall. No. $1 Camp Street, New Orleans, fel nto A. Baldwin & Co., N ($UCCEMOtSt TO ML0CO*10, JALPWIN 4 ('O.,) 74 Canal, and 91, 98 and 95 Common, Streets, (ADJOINING CITX HOTEL,) IMPOtTE8R AND DEALELS IN bUOI88ION AND DOMEITWI Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Iron, Steel, Nails, Castings, Tinware, Paints, Oil, Metals, Cutlery, Guns, Etc. Ratlroad Supplies, Blaekimiths' and Carpenters' Toolsi IfTALLIC CAETIIDGIES, THiIY HAVE IN ISTOBE THIE fOLWLOWING I B F. Avery & Sons' Oast and Steel PLOWS, Louisville .. Hall's Cotton and Sugar PLOWS, the Brinley PLO.W, LuaIvSille, My. S The Genuine Calhoun PLOW, Maysvllle. Garret & Cottmnan PLOWS. ALLEN'S APPROVED COTTON PLANTER. -AGENTS FOB pTE¶Le~s AbLLo O TRIDGE COMPANY. Sv OI NAILS and SPIKES. NLAI4AJ OIi WOhISIo. St. L o QUADRUPLE AWARD I THE AMERICAN WATOC CO. OF WALTHAM. Announce that they have been awarded at Phliladelphlia four medals., vis: FOR WATCHIIES, FOR WATOCH MAKING MACINERBY, FOR A SYSTEM OF WATCH MAKING, AND FOR GOLD AND SILVEB WATCH CASES. AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH AGENCY, A. M. lILL, Jeweler, 86 St. Charles Cte orner of Commercial Place, nd REVISED AND REDUCOED 3102 LIST: l The followlng watches are all stemt levers pe jewyleled, came size as the illustration, and sold under full guarantee: Sol d Itlver Watch, same as et.............. al The same., but open face and .at aiae....... 18 Solid Nickel Wateh. very strong Case...... 1I Solid Silver IStem-Wlinder, no key required.. s The same,. but open face,................., 8 oz. Silver Stem-Winder............... .. U olb- Gold Wach, 5 oz. 1 karat ear......... SSaime. but 1t karat ease........................ i t Solid Gold l2% ozs. l karat, Stem-Winder.... 7I SThe same. but18 karat case..... ......... U1 SLadlies' Gold Watch.............. ......... p, The same. bat Stem.Winder............. .... In laiddition to these styles h bare eoamplet p.assortment of Waltham Watahes, fromtheabow prices to sUo. foor the plantation, farm or aworklag na rsi Watch or gin Stem-Winder will payr alt Is requlred. so I will send Watches. Gold or Silver any Artlel of Jewelry, by Ixprees., . D., Smltting buyers to examdne Uthe stete Ilface he paying. and, if not sufted, to rQetrn ILt adADDBEIA AS A3BOVE S Wtch -epa by SkIMl Workmen at L*eat PrulMb Prim. SOLD 14 K&5ARA OOLD sWOarWqt PS PEI PEE NTW Gext Jo.. B&UM liKEr WE*5AlTWTALO Vinvx O,,ý,. 0.01?! *DiaPýYI Ies l?.