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to a man a probation morally, a probation to his industry, his self-control, his patienoe, his onur age, his obedience, his faith and hope ; how he. cannot live in this world at all without, in so:, e degree, advancing in these great moral lessoese ? Yea, God is here-matter is His as spirit iP. He walks creation's halls its crowned King. It is the antechamber of the holiest place. It is, could we but see through our dim eyes, radiant with the light of His face. The glories come and go the eternal splendors flash and burn, the waves of light heave and swell through all its echoing corridors. The footsteps of the great God ring through its aisles as he treads their sounding pavements in power. Let us learn this lesson at least to-night-Faith in a present G:d, faith in a living God; that the things we see are charged filled, living with resistless spiritual power and meaning; that the awful eternal heaves and surges round and through the poor temporal, that the living God reigns now in power. --. --. -,-- BREVITIES. The temperature of our climate at this period may be estimated when it is said that the ice cream wagons are already selling ice cream on the streets of the city--giving more for ten cents and of a better quality than can be had for twen ty-five cents Elsowhere. The manager of the Varieties Theatre has eonotuded to discontinue the Sunday perform ances at that theatre The fact is, that whilst Sundry has always been the best night at the Academy ar.d at the tit. Charle5, it does not pay to raise the curtain at the Varieties on that day. A favorite amusement with certain young men i smoking in late cars, in defiance of the com mands of the driver, and the order of the com pany. They do it always in squlads, and up to the present, have always evadt arrest, the driver preferring to submit to an infracton of the rules rather than create a disturbance. The police are the proper parties to attend to these persons. sarill Gras and the Troops. Notwithstanding the reports to the contrary, the United States troops who had soluntetoed t take part in the dis) lay of his Mbjesty, Rex. u,. to a late ho.r last evening still adhered to their intentirn of so divg, and as there is nothing in the orders now in frco to prevent them from so adoing, it is more than probable that they will be. ýn the ranks of the ful owers of Rex, and that their display will be one of the fGamuros of the occasion. At No. 9 Chartres street, three doors from Ca nal street, is the well known and popu'ar eatab lishment of Mme. Rosa Reynoir. Ladioe who, have come to spend the Carnival week wrlt .iad a very la-go and elegant assortment of American and French chip hats and bonnets, already trimmed and ready for imme:iate wear. Mme. Beynoir is an-old established favorite here, and, understandmg all the wants of this section and season, has thus prepared to' accommodate all who with to utilize their visit and irocure fshb ionable and stylish millinery for themselves and riends without interfering with their pleasure. Pad. and party sashes, ribbons and ornaments o' al sorts, and all styles of those flower and leaf bouquets, sprays and vines, now so much used in the embellishment of ball and fancy costumes, all of which will be so'd at the very lowest rates. Important to sugar planters. See Trouard's advertisement. Alabama is progressive. The lower house of her Legislature lately a, propriated, in addition to the trust funds, 150,0110 per annum for the public schools, instead of $100,000, as last year. Calhoun and Yanoey were never such zealous defenders of 8tate rights as we now witness in Sherman, Sargent, Kasson, and other Radical statesmen. Logan can't get the idea through his head that the people have had enough of him. He is al ready looking forward to getting the Illinois lenatorship that will be disposed of in 1879. iOTEL ARRIVALS. CITY HOTEL-W D Burton La; Frank Gam bert, Boston ; Herve Friend, Mass ; G Akam and wi'e. New York ; W C Cowden, Louisville; John Hill, Miss Kate Hill, Miss Maggie hill, Gen Hill, Wm Robson, G Andrews, La ; L W Miller, city; Miss Doddie Ivy, Miss Eva Quinn, Wm E .Moore, W H Coggins, Tenn; James D Collins and wife, H W Wooding and wife, Mrs James W eLoyd and servant, W J .laustu, A Ring, Ga; r; Dillimins and wife, Mississippi ; Miss Anna Spen cer, Mrs Sherer, Ga ; Mrs L Robinson, St Louis ; Miss E Johnston, St Louis; Will W Irvine, city: A Shepherd and wife, F D Smith, Miss Tacketl, Miss Belle Harris, J N Bradford and wife, V W Mayo, Sherman; D Zoe, W B Devlio, N Mi.ler and wife J B West; Miss; L L Mosby, city; B C Adams, r, W O McLean, W 0 Chamberlin, Miss; MM Lidtell, O J Liddell, A Topp. J C Lyell, Carrollton; W H Tribeth, W Rutledge, A C How ell, Miss; Enos Richmond, Washington; M H M"OGee, Vicksburg; H W Weaver, Miss- I Lee, La; Otto Forsa, Tenn; It A Dunn, Pa; D Price, Mose Point; Mrs Allie McFadden. Tenn; D G Hurl burt, Mrs Lockhart and daughter, Mrs J N Mo Lean, Mrs Bettie Jenkins. Mrs Lt 8 Cole, Mrs E.mma Bowers, Mrs Fanny Dyer, Mrs S Clower, D W Rhyme, W L Walton, W F Stigler, J J Pah len, Leath Stigler, D W Beall, B F Clower, Mor-] gan Clower, D E Hoskins, R O Caldwell, iss Ballie Boyle, Smith Barbour Mies; T D Salli, Jno Hutchison, W S Donald, Riss; J 8 Perkins, Mrs Perkins, Misses Perkins, Miss F E Suthon, La; W D C Chambers, Franklin; Mrs J D Moore and family, Mrs Mciloud, Mli.ekr Mc Cloud, La. River I ews. OrvIce N.w OBLE&No DhrIM o eT. Fob. 12. 18771. .&nmivALs-leabel, Emma, Ann R., Waloon, Olarkeville, Texas, Alice Brown. DEPARTURES-NOne. To Auive:--tlue Wing No. 3, Mary Ida, Evr, Upper Uoase; John i. Hanna, Ouachita Belle, Cotton Vality, John Howard, Ouachita; Flneie Tatum, Maria Louise, Lotus No. 3, Red River; Trenton, Assumption, Henry Tete, Lifourche; St. John, datlo Ronge; Gov. Allon, Bayou 3ara; I. B. Lee, Vick. bu g; Era No. 10. Bertha, Opelousas; Eureka, Attahapas; Grand Republio, Memphie; Thos. cherlock, U. 1'. Schencli, Ohio; Tensae, Tensas and Macon. The weather yesterday was clear and pleasant. We cad special attention to the advertisement in another column of the New Orleans and Oua chita Transportation Company's steamers Oaa chita Belle and John H. Hanna, two of the flnest boats in the trade, oflicered by men known from one end to the other of it. The company offers to their friends and patrons speedy, reliable and regular communication. The Era No. 9, also of this line, is receiving to leave to-d.y at 5 p. m. for Camden and all way points on the Ouachita, Capt. Charlie Arthur in command, Thos. Gallagher clerk. The magnifi3ent Grand Republic, W. H. Thor wegan, master, will arrive to-morrow with a large trip, and will leave fir Memphis Wednes da. positively. The Thos. Sherlock, due Iest night, leaves for the Ohio, through to Lincil nati, Wednesday, Low Kates in command, M. L. Virden, clerk. The fine steamer Texas, of the New Orleans and Red River Trausportation Company, Geo. W. Rea, master, arrived yesterday from Shreveport, and will return Wednesday, at 5 p. m. The Texas will be followed Thursday by the Maria Louise, Cal t. H. J. Brinker. The Clarksville arrived Saturday night from the Yazoo and was taken out yesterday on the Good Intent Docks. She will be ready to leave to-morrow. 'Te Merchants' and P:anters' independent ate City of Augusts, J. W. Smith, master, toe Elliott, clerk, leaves to-morrow at 5 p. m. for Black and Ouachita rivers, through to Cam den. The Augusta lays at the head of Common street, is a sine-wheel steamer, and has fine ao commodations. The W. J. Poitevent, in place of the Trenton, leaves to-day, at5 p. m., for all way landings on Black river, Tensas aLd Macon, J. B. Sulivan, master J L. Robbins, clerk. The Planters' and Reform Line packet Fannie Tatum, Thornton Jaco,bs, master, Capt. John W. liwell, clerk, leaves Wednesday, at 5 p. m., with Out fail, for Bhreveport. The regular tri-weekly, daylight upper Coast packet Eva, Louis Ranson, mast nr, N. Ranson and (3O. C. Reno, clerks, leaves to-day, at 10 A. m t the Ben Tureaud plantation. s r No. 3, of the New Orleans and Bed iB~ra portation Company. leaves to-day, ., for Shreveport and Jefferson. D. D. ster, Joe Dodd, clerk. The regular tnri-.-week Lower Coast packet Emma, O.. eanton, Jr, astp, 1. J. Donwvan, lsave for Bayou Sara and all mlltan4lng. . J. Brown trnaster, 8. . Streck clerk. The semi-weekly Lower Coast packet Waloon, P. E. Barry master, Ed. F. Barry clerk, leaves for the Lee Plantation luesday at 12 m. The great Robert E. Lee leaves to-morrow for Vicksburg. Wm. Campbell master, A. McVay clerk. The fleet and elegant Ouachita Belle, J. W. Blanks master, B. G. Cornwell clerk, leaves Wed nesday, positively for the Onachita. The Coast and Lafourohe packet Trenton, in place of W. J. Poltevent, leaves to.morrow at 5 p. m. U. D. Terrebonne master, Gabe Block clerk. The regular weekly Alexandria and Grand Ecore packet C. H. Durfee, John Heinn master, W. H. Mochesney clerk, leaves Wednesday at 5 p. m. The Era No. 10, Jas. Hamilton master, J. B. Schmidt clerk, leaves Wednesday at 5 p. m, for the Atchafalava, through to Washington. The (chas. B. Church, .1. 8. Patterson mas~er, John Hambleton clerk, leaves to-day at 5 u. in. for Louisville. Cincinnati and all intermediate points on the Ohio. The Bertha will leave Wednesday as usual for the Atehafalaya through to Washington. H. H. Broad master, Theo. Jobin clerk. uXCHAN5O CLuPPINIo. Prrsnuona, Feb. 8.-The Ashland collided with the floor of the new bridge atross the Mononga hela, at the lower end of the landing, knocking one of her chimneys over against the pilot house. Fortunately but little damage was done. Some boatmen insinuate that the bridge is not eighty feet above low water mark, according to contract. This is the first accident at this bridge. In regard to the c.llision between the Ham. Miller and Bostona, Captain Luass tele graphs that one of the Miller's cylinders was all bloken topieces, also, that the main hog-chain brace was broken in two. Ile w:ll try to bring her back to Pittsbnrg with one engine. The Mili ler belongs to the Grand Lake Coal Company, and was en route to Ieland 4,. flying light, to assist the disabled .loseph B. Wdliams. The Ashland will load for New Orleans. c.ININI.NaT, Feb. 9 -Capt. Jl hn A. Williams arrived from ';ew Orleans yesterday by rail, and left for litt-burg lest night, where, we learn, he will take command of the Ashland. Capt. Mart It. Fisher has been appointol to the command of the Warner. recently vu: chased by St. L.auis parties. The Waruer leaves 8t. Louis to-day for Now Orleans, with the Leopard's tow. Among the visitors now in Memph a is Capt. W. 'leKinney, who, twenty-five years ego, was a Mississeppi river commandeo,. HII went to Clevw land, Ohio, to resido in the year 1853, since which he has. not luoked upon a Western steamer until this time. Lo.svrr,ra, Feb. 9 --The h.ull of the Calumet, lying opposite Madison, will be raised. It is sin gular that she was built upon the ways at Madi son, finished there, taktn to Cincinnati, leaded, ,ut down by the ice, floated down to a spot in the river opposite where she was built and sunk. We are glad to notice a disposition on the part of the ' Pool Liners" at Cincinnati to stick togeth er. That is right. Stand firm, and the "Pool' will be a success, and if they don't, it will be a miserable failure. The Pool is the salvation of the success of steamboatmen, and that man who undertakes to "bust it" is a greenhorn, and doesn't know which aide of the river he is on. He isn't smart. CAzao, Feb. 8.-The tug Ida, with coal, passed Bouth. Of the appropriation for 4he improvement of the Mississippi River, $20,000 Is to be expended on the river between Diokey's Island and the mouth of the Ohio. ST. Louis. Feb. 9.-The Clinton leaves for Louisiana to-morrow. She will be the first boat to leave for the Upper Mississippi this seaser. Com. Davidson's new steamer, Cente@fial, came to the landing to-day, and leaves 'L.~iNew Orleans on Saturday. Bhe is 300 feet long, and 42 feet beam and 8 feet hold, cylinders, 26 inches in diameter by 7 feet stroke, has an eltgent cabin and wi 1 carry 1800 tons ; she cost 960,000. T. L. Davidson, late of the War Eagle, commands, with R. J. Baxter in the office. Capt. James Good, of the Barge Line returned friom Ma hion, Ind., to-day. He says the Missis sippi Valley Tow Company's new boat will be ready to launch by April 1. She gets her ma chinery here. MARINsE NEW S. OrFI(IE NEW ORLi "4 ?R DEMOC'RAT, i February 12, 1877. Arrived. No arrivals from sea BTEAMBOAT8. Iaheel. O'Pry, from Lower Coast Emma, Canton, from Lower Coast Waloon. Barry,. from Lower Cooar. Rice Farmer, Taylor, from Lower Coast Texas, Rea, irom Shrevoocrt Clarksville, Lee, fIom Sharkey's Landing, Yazoo River Nellie Spear, Wood, from Pittsburg, with ffteen boats Alice Brown, Glazer, from Louisvi le, with six teen boats Receipts et Produce. SHARKEY S LANDING--Per steamer Clarks illle-i17 bales cotton J Burnet &co-121 J L Harris &oc-121 Riohardson & May- llt Vaiden, Hawkins &co..13 Craig & Bogan.. 07 Payne, Kennedy &co 6S Allen. Nugent &v--65 Lehman, Abrh.am &oo 39 Chaff., Hamilton & Powell-29 J W Burbridge & co-25 T L Airey &oo--17 Graham, Black &oo--1l G W Sente I &co-12 Barrett & Gordor- $ Meyer, Weis &co-9 March & Sblenk r-8 Bush & Levert--4 Beo, Gerson-4 Hartwell & Chambers-2t Jno T Hlr. die &o--2 S B Newman &co - -4 do and sundries to order-Total 1050 bales cotton SHREVItPOltT-Per steamer Texas--22 bales cotton Meyer, Weis &oo..200 Lehman, Abraham &oo --:64 Alcues. Scheroa & Autey-l9 Jae Phelps &co- 111 Britt:n, Moore & Coleman-h-7 order-- 2 Jno Chalfd & Son--5i Kirkpatrick & Keith-43 T L Airry &co-12 Jno T Hardie &co-39 H & C Newman- 37 c'hafte, Hamilton &"Powell-36 J W Burbridge &ce 14 R T Buckner & Bro-9 G W Sentell &co- 8 W J. Iriers m &co..7 E S Levy--5 C L Walmsley &oo---3 Mc(Geh -e, Suowden & Vihlett- 1 Richardson & May -10 sacks need cotton Renshaw. Gammnack &to--- hhds sugar Hirsch, Adler &co--91 head cattlo C Mehle &c,--91 do Aycjck, Mitchell &.co.--sl-ndries to order-Total 1317 bales cotton 10 sacks seed cottcn 1 bhd angar 182 head cattle L)WEIR COAST--Per steamer Isabel-1 hhd sugar 110 bbls mo'asses A l hliumson &co--55 bales moss F Cnazntre--sundries to order L.OWER COA ST-Per steamer Emran--30 hhds sugar Richard Miliiken-26 bales straw 4 head cattle and sundri 's to or der LO1WER COA .S - Per steamer RTce Farmer-30 bbls st-e A Socola-121 sacks rough rice Jos David 43 to K p & Ruch-aundries to order-Total 30 bbls lice 16 i sacks roulgh rice LO ti ER. COA.'1'-Pcr steamer Walcon-sundries to order PITTSBURG-Per towboat 1 ellie Spear-300,000 bush coal to B I) Wood & Br. LOUISVILLE-Per towboat Alice Brown-350,000 bush coal Brown & Jones By Rallrarside. MORGAN, LOUISIIANA AND TEXAS RAIL ROAD. Feb 11- 32 hlda sugar 38 bbls molasses 10 hhds ,enar Robert Hlare-6 do H Solomon..5 bbls molasses W E Leverich-3: do J M Putnam-2 hhds sugar J A B;urg-1. do John Colder .5 hales cotton Rykoski & Manade-4 doi Jno Chaffe & Sons-4 do O Hopkins-i ,'u J Broueoski-12 racks rough rice .L Lacassagne..lO do L Btb-let--36 do J F orster-76 do A Tertrou-65 J M Walsh--6 F P Sevin- 18 V H Bernard- 10 Lange & Legendre-20 head stock P Servat-86 hides and sundries 21 skins R Beer-.4 hides Schmidt & Ziegler-12 do Levy. Loeb. Schuerer &co----8 do P Ca.s-50 do 1 bd! skines F Dfonr- 1 bdl hides 17 hides Hirsch, Adler &c--4 do U Terreb one--50 do 1 tal skins itykoski & Manade--- do 61 hides C A Whitney &co--20 saska corn Chas Pleasnts-17 batles cotton L Lacassagne-..7 Hermann & Vi nea- 1 P Casse-25 Levy,Loeb. Schuerer &o-1i John I Adams &co-4 R Bee --1 McGehee, Snowden & Yiolett-67 .T W Burbridee &co-1 Temple S Coo' a &co-7 J M Putnam-25 Clapp Bros &c--1 G W Sentell &co-12 Beraud & Gibert-2 N D Wetmore--3 Payne, Ken nedy Aco..14 A Tortrou-5 Richard Floe er &oo--t Meyer. Weis &co-1 F P Ifour-1 J G Spor-13 hhda sugar J M Wala--l H Pohlmann & Son-1 Lange & Legendre..1 R Beer-24 do 3 b,,l.t do J M Putnam-1 bbla molasses 13 hhds sugar Robert Hare..--snndries to order-Total 221 bales cotton 121 hhds sugar 3 bbls do 47 bbls molasses 625 sacks rough rice Per steamsbin Joseptrine. f-am ILdiano!a-5 bales Ootion S Gumbel--i 175 in specie Franoke & Danneel From Galuestou-25 bales cotton C A Whitney &co -1 do S Gumbel- 8 do 76 bbls oil order- s2t00 gold B F Flanders-182 head sheep Aycock, Mitchell &ce -eundries to order--otal 34 bales cotton NEW ORLEANS, ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO RAILROAD. 1S Feb 11-513 bales cotton to order-33$ W F Halsey 119 Riohardson & May-72 Chaffe. Hamilton & Powel -.1 Allen, Nugent &co--4 Vaiden, Hawkins &o 51 Pritohald, Blckham &o--45 Lehman, Abraham & 0o-28 Barrelt & Gordon-23 E H Wilson & Mills 16 S:wart Bros &o----16 J & G Cromwell- l F Walker--l Jno Phelps &co-9 R T Buckner & Bro SBdtton, Mooeere & Coleman- J W Whire-- Payne Ketsesedy doe-7 Ale... West & o-4 T L Atrey Ico 6 Weare. Atkbiuem oJo-S C Walualey &oo--4 PFwer a.-4 March &t UkLemv- J L Iso- 8, Mh No.. 83. 86 and 87 GRAVIER, AND 28 and 30 MAGAZINE STREETS, NEW ORLEANS, LA. IMPORTERS OF HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO AND CIUARS, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Manufactured Tobacco. AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES OF EVERY KIND, PROPRIETORS OF THE CELEBRATED "Black Horse" Leaf Tobacco For the Mexican and Woet Indian Markoet. AND OF THE WORLD RENOWNED "LA FLOR DE VILLA" a1 Im Cigar Factory. CIHOICE PROVIblONS. 6000 BACKS WHITE CORN. CANDLES-3000oo boxes N. Schaeffer best Star Candles, full weight and all sizes, 4, 5.6, 7 and 8's. PORK-lioo barrels Standard Mess and Extra Prime. BAOON-ioo casks and half casks. Louisville Packing. Bacon, Sides and Shoulders. HAMS-zoo tierces of large and very small of best Louisville and Cincinnati brands. Can vased and Sugar-cured, and also Plain Hams. DRY SALTED MEATS100o,oe pounds Sides and Shoulders. FLOUR--100t barrels Choice and Low Grades. WHISKY--0o barrels *d best old Kentucky band-made sour mash Bourbon and Rye Whiskies., direct from Paris, Ky.. and war ranted pure and unadulterated--such brands as Bowen and J. A. Miller. Chicken Cock. On oonsignment and for sale by MILLER, DOLHONDE & CO., fra t2a .8. TO and '52 Tchounitoulas st Highest Award at the Phil adelphia Exhibition. LAMBERT'S CELEBRATED NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESS. HIGHEST ART EVER ATTAINED IN PHOTOGRAPHY. Permanemt Pleturesl No More Fading Having acquired the exclusive right for the State of Louisiana of Lambert's Patent Processes, I herewith offer a challenge of $1000 to any one who, without using these patents or special ma terials, will produce the different styles of por traiture, PERMANENT as well as HIGHLY ARTISTIC, obtained by me. Old Pictures copied and enlarged, and finish ed in all the different styles, made by means of these processes more perfect than the original and guarnnteed Never to Fade. Every Picture made under Lambert's Patent Processes bears the name of the Patentee. The public are cordially and respectfully In vited to call at my Gallery and examine speci mens. THEODORE LILIENTHAL, Sole Licensee for the State of Louisiana. 121 Canal street, no21 am Turo Buildings. THE NEW ORLEANS SANITARY EXCAVATING COMPANY, (Incorporated by an act of the Legislature with exclusive privilege of EMPTYING VAULTS, PRIVIES. SINKS, Etc.) Are now in full operation, and are prepared to perform the above work with promptness and dispatch. The advantages derived from the use of the ODORLESS EXCAVATING APPARATUS, as used by the company, are that the work can be performed at any hour of the day or night. the thorough manner in which the deposits are removed, the absence of all offensive odors, the short space of time required (an ordinary sink being emptied in from ten to fifteen minutes) and, above all. ITS CHEAPNESS. All orders left at the Company's office, No. Common street, or sent to Postoffice box No. 91a will receive prompt attention. no19 3m OrncPo N. O. Cmrr RAILROAD Co rPAtY, ) 124 Canal btreet, New Orleans, January 17, 1877. MULES-MULES-MULES. For sale cheap, forty Mules, suitable for plan tation work. Apply at this office. ja19 im LEWIS. Secretary. EUG. KROST, a1a eara S ensa*4 z SHERIFF SALES. rattler d Co. vs. L Marine. FOURTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE - parish of Orleanf' No. 44.370-By virtue of an order of sale rendered February 5.1877. to me directed by the Honorable the Fourth District Court for the parish of Orleans. in the above entitledcauss.I will proceed to sell at public auction, on the premises hereinafter designated. on WEDNESDAY, February 14. 1877. at twelve o'clock m., and the succeeding days at same hour and place THE CONTENTS OF A GROCERY STORE, and all the Furniture and movables therein contained, situate at the corner of Julia and Rampart streets, in the First District of this city, as per inventory, which may be osen in my offlhM, Attached in the above suit. Terms-Cash on the spnt. THOMAS IT. HANDY. fe7 Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Orleans. Emile Bouny vs. William ,. Brown. SIXTH DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PAR ish of Orleans. No. 919(1.-By virtue of a writ of scizure and gale to me directed by the Hon orable the Sixth Dist rict Court for the parish of Orleans, in the above entitled cause, I will pro cled to sell at publil nauction, at the Merchants' and Auctioneers' Exchang., loyal street, bo tween Canal anti Customhouse stro'Rs, in the Second District of this city, on SATURtDAY. February twenty-fourth. 1877, at twelve o'clock in., the following descrihbed property. to) wit TWO Cit:It'TrrN IA)'T' OF GROUND. to gether with the bullings and imllgrove(tentslt thereon, and the righlts, ways, privileges, .lsrvi tdes and advantages tht:reuntl, iIIpPltraining and belonginlg. ituated in the Fir.-t District of this city, in the square boulndtnd by (Canal. 'TIonti.. ackson (now iGa.tluet) in ld Miro strolts. designated by tihe numbers t lis allnd six oni a sketch annexed to an art as niad befor, T. O. Stark. 1ht1 notilr'y in s his ity, on tihe ninth of April. l 11c. Said I ts lln'aslll'lre emalh thirty foot front nll anal str(1v, butw'en Il iro and Tonti str, iris, by it depth, each. of one hutlird and thirty-live f.et. bi twl ,li paratil ll, l lines. li ing thin saLLl1 propeIlrty iel said W\illiam (I. Brown anqcire.i by purJhale front PnihriDo Bouron a11(1 Cihlr 'l S11 0ry, as perl nt Of III' II p sstllla-l before J.hn i'ndlrna , n, rotarv pulblie in this illy. on the thirty-'lirs o if ) ..eini'e cr, 1 t75. tlnizdll in t1he aI oy ,iv s it. Torns is n .onlitios-1 , In rash for a r.nfil Pl tnt alnte to till V aintitl(s lflii, say tIwo thousanId dol'rs. withi ilntIrs.t rt thr into, IIr eiglht p r cenllt per annum thriol ir(ilo l thei twintytlhir, o)f liR i mhr 1) er, 175, until lthe day of sale: live per e lnt oi I the agrl 'gal I thrl , I fir alttorneiy's 'es, all o rsts if uit alld of tie sale and Ail the t axo4 dul on theo plroperty sold. 2. Thn apurs.,'r to assnt De, ynnth y t ol thet two ptromissory notes, ser redll by Ill r gaga anid vrndor'a |l, n on swirl tprot- rty. dated the twen ty-,hird of December, 1875,. for two) thon..alnd (ollairs I alh, layabtl respe tivIi)" two and three years after lIatt. at the Southern lank of New Orleans, witfh interest iat the rati ofr eigt per cent per aunum from their date untli tilnl, and also to Iassume the obligations of th act of sale a1nd mnortgage not to dll nate, and to tpay five per cent attorney's f-es in case of suit. etc. 3. And the balance of tao price of adjudication (if any) cash on the spot; and in ease the pi ioe bid should, after dlduction of the aforesaid fees, costs and taxes in cash, be less than the ag gregate amount of plaintiff's claim, with in terest as aforesaid, and of the notes to be as sumed as above described, then the vurchaser to pay plaintiff's aforesaid cash claim, and to assume the aforedescribed notes pro rata. to the extent of the balance of his bid. 'I HOMAS H. HANDY, Civil Sheriff of the Parish of Or4eans. ja2 feb12 24 RESTAURANTS. NOTICE TO TIIE PUBLIC. DENECHAUD'S RESTAURANT, 8 Carondeiet st., near Canal. I beg leave to inform my friends and the pub lie in general that I have added to my Restau rant A ItHTAURAN'I' AT A REGUL uR PIIICE PER MEAL. The Breakfast to be atsocents and the Dinner at 75 cents The Breakfast will cons st of fou dishes, and either tea, coffee and milk, or chocolate-making five. The Dinner will consist of eight dishes. as follows; Soup. fish, entree, vegetables, roast, salad, dessert and coffee. The Breakfast to be from 6:30 a. m. to 11:30 a. m., anti the Dinner from 2 o'clock p. m, to 7 p. in. I will keep my restaurant as herrtofore, for boar Itrs and parties wishing to have their meals served to order. E. F. DENECHIAUD. Proprietor. Orders for Balls and Soirees respectfully so Itcited. ja28 Im United States Restaurant. XAVIER FAUCON. 128...........Common Street...........130 Is ready to serve the public with first-class Meals and all delicacles of the season, at LOWEST PRICES. Private Parlors on first na19 lm VIOTOR'S RESTAURANT. 38 and 40 Bourbon Street. Between Customhouse and Blenville. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Board by the day, by the week, or by the month. Parties and Weddings supplied on short notice at very moderate vrice, fel7 ly AUGUSTE'S COMMEECIAL RESTAURANT. 107 Customhouse street, between lRoyal and Bourbon streets. New Orleans. There will be ound at this establishment all the delicacies of the season, as also the choicest of wines. There are commodious and airy rooms fcrtravelers. as well as private dinlngrooms up-stairs for wed dings, soirees, etc., all at very reasonable rates. 131V'7a COPAR TNERSHIP. ITHE. PARTNRSIIIP HIEiETOFPOR: F EX . isting in this city unider the style of QIJUN TELL & CO. is dissolv'ed, owing to the death of Mr. WIL ,LIAM ULN'I ELiL. The affairs of the late firm will be liquilaned by to undersigned, surviving lartier of the sail late firm of Q~LENTELL-& CO. p. pro. T. A. WOLIEY, C. I'HI LII'PL, r ITE UND'lRlIt(GINED WILL CONTINUE Sthe business of the late firm of QUEATELL & CO., in ils vle Inamlie L.(d on h s own account. p. Ipro. T. A. WOLLKY. C. I'HIL:PI'I. New Orleans, February 8. 187 . f,,1 1w RAXLROADS. GREAT JACI'" 'i ftirUTE NEW ORLEANE, 8 ', LDTIS i- 3 CTi7CAGL( h}tId OAD On and after Monday. Nov. 27, 1876. trains de parr and arrive as follows: From Calliope stree depot: DEPART. ADI I'E. Mall........... :so p. m. MaiL......... 11:4 a.m A ecommoda- A ecommoda t .ionl .83 . p.8 . m. tion.........9:15 a. m I° LMAN PALACE 8LEEPING CARF through to it. Louis Chicago Louisville and Cincinnati. Only one change of Sleeping Cars to Eastern cities. Accommodation train runs as far as McComb City. Tickets for sale and information given at 22 Camp street, corner Common, under City Hotel A. D. SHELDON. Agent. E. D. FaosT. General Manager. fel9 76 ly THE NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE BAIL H NROAD-MOBILE LINE THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE TO THE EAST. NOBTH AND WEST. Via Louisville, via Atlanta an via St. Louis, CARRYING THE U. S MAIL Trains arrive and pepart from Depot, foot of Canal street, as follows: DEPART. ABRRIVR Express......:4 a. m. Express......11:25 a. m Express...... 5:0 v. m. Express...... p9: v. m. Pullman Palace Cars daily to Cincinnati, Lou isville, Nashville and St. Louis. without change, and only one change to New Yof and Eastern cities. Ticket Office, corner of Camp and Common streets, opposite City Hotel. D. B. ROBINSON. Superintend't. mh2 tf J. W. COLEMAN. Ticket Agent. Imperial Hotel. The Only First-class 83 per Day House in Washington, D. C. In order to meet the wants of the traveling public this first-class hotel has reduced its price from s4 to is per dat The above hotel4s pleas. antly located near Fourteeth street, frollng Pennsylvania avenue. is convenient to te Treeurj Army. Navy, State, Pobto fee and 'tat-eisioff STEAMBOATS. OHIO RIVER. REGULAR CINCINNATI LOUIRVILLE AND NEW ORLEANA PACKET. Leaves on MI'NDAY 12th inst., at 5 p. m. FOR CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE, Evansville. Hendo son. rhawnee town. Paducah. Cairo, Memphis and all intermediate landings-The passenger steamer CHARLES B. CHURCH, J. 8l Patterson master: John Hambleton. clerk; Will leave as above. For freight or passage ap ply on board, or to WAYNE & WILLIAMS. fele toe Gravier street. REGULAR CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET. Leaves on WEDNESDAY. Feb. 14, at 5 p. m., ia FOR CINCINNATI LOUIS ville. Evansville. Henderson, Shawnent own I'aducah. Cairo. Memphis and all intormediate poinbs. Tihl'Da Asnger steIamnor 'TIHOIMAS mIIElHiAIOK, Lew. Cates, master, M. L. Virllin, clerk. Will leave as above. For freight or passage applv on b ,ard or to WAYNE & WILLIAMS. t,; O ravier street. fell OUACHITA RIVER. MERCIIANTS' A'D PLANTERS' INDEPEND EN P PACKE L'. Leaves MONDAY, February 12. at 5 p. m. For Camden. E!dorado,. Ouaehita City. Monroe, Trenton and all land intis on Jilack and I Huiehita rivers The fine, new. light-draft side-wheel passenger steamer ('I Y OF AUGUP TA, Jno. W. Smith. master. Jos. Elliott. clerk, will leave as above. For freight or passage ap ply on hoard or to I)OU(LA4 & WINBUlIN, Ni, Nather st. A. BRI 8TO v. 82 (Grovir st. ll New Orleans and Oulchialla Illver Trans Spiortatlin 4 omplltany. Leaives on MON O . Y. Fib. 12. at 5 p. m. FOR CAM.DlILL, i Il DltADO, Otuae:hita c:i v. M.on roe Trenton and all lanolin" , o , Jllnck ,ndt Ouaohita ]ivers- Thi l tIne, Iiw, light-draft p,&lngellKr steamer EnRA NO. 9, ( has. II. Artlur. miis:''r. i hIt .. (aLllai:ler. lelrk will leave llas bi,v. For tfrigutI or passage apply on board, or to F. A. BLANKS. Proshltont,. No. 2 Cannal, oorner Delta st Nct. IITElE C \otiIN. SlRI 'TON t EPi'LE,., I, ADiAM1 & A WoRK, LO)fl & Mcl'EAK,, ' AAts. i'. S. i ' ho' ,ants if hits IIne 'on:neet wi'h the (;oose for LitIle RIivet?. ''or Parker for iBtnitf River. Ora. Anme and ''im mrnio Ili ake r for Batolu l'artholomew and Saline iRivr, and Bertha Brunner for Bayou )'Arbonno. felt NEW ORLE\NS AND OUACHIIITA RIVER TRANS4PORTAT''I'N COMPANY. OUACHITA CITY, TRENTON AND MONROE. xrmt.Weekly Ouaachita City Packet. Leaves WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS FOR OUACHITA CITY, TRILN ton. Monroe and all way landings The stesmers OUACHII rA BELLE, J. W. Blanks, master, Every WEDNESI AY, at 5 p. m., JOHN Il. iHANA, Joe Holmes, maser, Every SATUStDAY ats v. m. Will leave as above. For freight or passage ap ply on board, or to Capt. F. A. BLANKS, President, No. 2 Canal street, corner Delta. HITE &I CAHLIN BRITTON & EPPLER, ADAMS & WORK. LORD & McPEAKE. Agents. P. 8.-The boats of this line connect with the Goose for Little river Tom Parker for Bae iff river, Ora, Acme and Timmie Baker for Bayou Bar holomew and Saline river, and Bertha Brunner for Bayou d'Arbonno. fell tf MB..PHIS AND BENVt. REGULAR MEMPHIS AND BEND PACKET. Leaves WEDNESDAY. February 14, at i D, m. FOR MEMPHIS, HELENA. Mouth of White River. Arkapolls, Greenville. Vicksburg. Natchez and the Bends-1 he new steamer GOAND IIE&UBLIC, W. II. Thorwozan, master, Goo. Miltonborgor clerk. Through hills lading signed to Pine Bluff and stations on little Rock. Misissippi River and Texas Railway, via Arkaptolis. Ark., and to I.ittle Rock and stations on the Memphis and Little Roek rtailroad, via Hopeilel'l, Ark. BIROCKETT & CARTIER. Agents 3s Magazine street. WAYNE & WILaIIAMS, fecl 106 Gravier street. OPELOUSAS. REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves every WEDNFSDAY at 5 p. m. FOR WASHINGTON, Ot ELOU sas, Port Barre. Simmsport. Church vill,. and all landings on the Coast, Atchfalala a river and Bayou Courtableau-The new and light draft passenger steamer BERTHA, H. H. Broad, master. Theo. Jobin, clerk. For freight or passage apply on board, or to BRITION & EPPLER, ja23 81 Gravier street. REGULAR OPELOUSAN PACKET. Leaves every SATUIDAY. at5 p. m. S FOIR WASHINGTON, OPELOU sas, Port Barrie, Simmsport, Church ville, and all landings on the Coast, Atchafalaya River and Bayou Courtableau-- The new and light-draft steamer SANIDY No. 2, A. P. Trousdele. mar4ttr. A. Meynler. Sr., cerl k, will leave as above. For Ireight or pas.sagr cp ply on board or to BRITTON & EPPLER. ja22 tf 5 Gr vior ctret. INI)EPLNDELN'I' O'ELOUAS W±rvLiL PACKET. Leaves WEDNESDAY. Feb. t1. at 5 V. m. SFOR WASHINGTON. PORT BARRE. Churchville, Atel.afalaya. Simms. port, Big Bend Landing, Old Niver a.l all interme:liate poinlts-Tho light-draft passenger steamer ERA NO. 10. (In place of the lRobt. Young.) Jat. Hamilton. mrnaster. .. h. bonemdt. le-, Conllectin: at Simnmsport w,-ith th1e stecamor Salli. viving through bills ,f lad!ing to Ilayeo des Glaizes. For freight or toa'.i3 o apply or board or to RITE &' CARLIN. 3 T'.hiotd.itoll, st . P. S.-Through bills of lading given to Bayou IBo,·'. del BAYOU DV GLAIZE. tREGULAR BAYOU DE GLAIZE PACKET. Leaves every .ATUItDAYv. at 5 p. m. FOR EVEI ltGEEN, COTTON Port Jan tion, Sloreauville, Big Bend and all intermedia e landings -The light draft passenger steamer lOB '. YOU9 4., 31. MI. Dufour, ma ter. J. MI. Daniel, clerk Will leave as above. For freight or passage apply on board or to LORD & MIcPEAKPF, 4, Camn street. A. BRITTON, 82 Grevier st. P. S.-Will take freight for all way landings between arton Rouge and Mouth of Red River, Williamsport and all landings on Old River. feQ tf FOR GRAND ECORE. Semi-Weekly Grand Ecore Packets. FOR GRAND ECORE. MONT gomery, Alexandria, Norman's, Barbin's and way landings-The steamers C. H. Durfee. John Heinn, master. Leaves WEDNESD Y at 5 p. m. New Bart Able, R. Sinnott, master, Leaves on BATURDAY. at 5 p. m. Will leave regularly as above. For freight or passage apply on board or to AO)AMS & WORK. ja28 No. 21 Commercial Plaee. SHIPS. FOi HAVRE-The 3.3 A 1.1 Austrian .,.,bark Ezlo, Zack. ma=ter. is now leading at Post 18. Second District, for the above port, and will have quick dispatch. For balance of freight aplyoN & CO. fe7 te 4L Carondelet street. FOR HAVRE-The 3.3 A 1.1 Austrian bark Tigra. Cosulich, mast-r, is now load ing at Post s18, Secord District, for the above port, and will have quick dispateh. For ba.anoe of freight ap,ly to MEEKER, KNOX & CO.. fe7 to 49 Carondelet street. A Third of a Century. J. B. VINET, with E. VINET. OBO-O KERY, CHIN -, GLASSWARE. AND HOUSEFURBNISHING GOODB. f thre.b s e. Si~iu aom STIIAM OATS. RED RIVER. NEW ORLEANS AND BED RIVER__ T POBTATION COMPANY STE Mary Louise, Te ol. A. P. Koun. W. J. hn La Belle. Belle Rowland. Lotus Ne. s. FOBR SHREVEPOBT, JT son. Upper Red River, in Coushatfta, Grand Ecore, Alrk dria and al way and plantation landings-- V ng New Orleans as follows : FOR SHREVEPORT AND JEFFERSON.. Lotus No. 3 D. D. Danals, master, Leaves MONDAY, February 12. at 5 p. m. " Texas. Gen. W. Rea, master, Loaves WEDNESDAY. Feb 14. at 5 D. m;. Maria Louise, H. J. Brinker, master Loaves THURSDAY, February 1~4 at a p. m,. Seminole, C. W. Sti nde, master, Leaves SATURDAY, Feb. *. at 5 p. m. FOR MINDEN. W. J. Behan, Gee. F. Wilkinson, master;. Leaves SATURDAY, February 17. at 5 p. mn. F'o wharfboat charges, drayage or oommisstesm will be charged at mn . ed hiver. ora ow Orleans. in forwarding freight consignet to the company by bill lading. Returning boats lhave Shreveport Taesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. For freight or passage, apply on board. of the boats or at the office of the company, NO. 1* Gravier street. JOB. A. AIKgEN President. M. W. JOCE. Agent. HITE & CARLIN BRITTON & EPPLEB, ja4 LORD & MdPEAKE. Agents., INDEPENDENT RED RIVER PACKET. FOR SIIHREVEIPOIT, OUSHAT* ta. Grand E,'ore Alexandria and all way landillgs on lied Iiver-The light draft steamer IPAN;IE TATI~M. nT. E. Jan'ob,. MitIr. Jc:,. Fiwell, Clerk. Iravr's on WEDNE.-IDAY. t4th inst., at 5 p. i. For freight or paoszne, apply on hurd. or to I;IOCK i t' & CARTVIIl . :4 Tl:reazino street. JOHIN ,JANN i'Y, fee, 1i; Common street.. Ieavet every TC l Y 5 ' . r n. , -. FORI Vl(Ci U,1lkr , l . ATOfCES d.,..i"Davin's ln,~nr d lna Intermediate landins-Th, steoamer Wmu. Campr tbll, router. A. McVay and Jno. II11. Mossv,. larks leavors bhove., eonistlng ior Vicksburg with Parisot's Line fao: all poinrs on" Yizoo, Sunfiow or, D6er Creek and Tallahate:blo. ADAMS & WORK. JNO. JANNEY, d21 HITE & CARLIN. Agents. Through Bills of Ladlng agiven to Trenton Monroe and all Stations on Vicksburg. Shreve port and Texas Railroad. W. B. BROCKETT. Agent. as Magazine s BATUBDAY VICKSBURG UNITED STATH MAIL PACKET. Leaves every SATURDAY at P. M. For VICKSBURG, BAVIS'B BAND. Natchez and all intermediate laa nlgs-The passenger packet Natohes, T. P. Leathers, master, J. F. Muse, elek. connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Liait for Yazoo Tallahatchel and Sunflower rivers. and with Anchor Line for Memphis, Cairo &a St. Louis. For freight or passage apply on board, or to JOHN JANNEY. 10e Common street, HITE & CARLIN, 4 Tchoapitoulas at man Through Bills of Lading given to Trento* Monroe and all Stations on Vicksburg, Shrev, port and Texas Railroad. W. B. BROCKETT. Agent. 38 Magazine at FOR GREENVILLE VICKSBURG NATCHI" AND ALL WAY AND PLANTATION SLANDINGS. The fine and fast passenger packet FRANK PARGOUD. J. M. White, master. C. Holmes. clerk Leaves every THURSDAY at5 o. m. Will leave as above, connecting at Vicksburg with the "'Parisot Line" for all points on Yasoo and Tallahatchie rivers. For freoght or passago apply on board, or to JOHN JANN1., mya ADAMS & WORE. Through Bills of Lading given to TrentOl Monroe and all Stations on Vicksburg, Btreve port and Texas PRallroad. W. B. BROCKETT. Agent, s3 Magazine st, TEBNSAS AND BAYOU MACON. REGULAR BAYOU MA4rON AND TENbH'. PA CK ET. Leaves on MONDAY. February 12, at 5 D. m. H it FOi.D, MONTIOELLO. Ri 'hardson's Landing Delhi, Poit Mabin, Warsaw, ;roekett's Point.. Osborn's Lauding, Cut-off, and all intermediate landings-The passenger steamer W. J. tO*TEVEN.', (In place of Trenton.) J. B. Sullivan. master J. L. Robbins. elerk, Will leave as above. For fIright or passag apply on board, or to. IAlD & McPEAKE. g tf:7 ItlTE & CAttIN. nt. BAYOU SARA. FOR BAYOU SARA, WATEBLOO~ l'ermitaeo, Port Hudson Baton .i oam!js,, I'usemine and 1osto l;:uding--T:', lned Uni tes mail semi-wee packet; Dac;. ALLEN. fT: . a-,!t st'amr W. S. tike.) S J.j. ,Jr.e:, . master Lc -arn ; tc 'O.NDAt and FIIDAY.at5,,.. Sl 'J'; &:,. PiN. Ats.. 4 Tehou.iteolas st, JNO. JANNEY o06 Common at. do zem A: (1. GOIDDIN. As Magazine. LOWER COAST. INDEPENDNT SEMI-WEEKLY LOWEU COA'ST' PACKET. Leaves EVERY TUES.DAY and FRIDAY. A0 11 a. m. For Lee Plantation, Pointe-a-la.-. Hache. Jesuit's Bend, Belair Plant`. ation, Happy Jack and al Lower. Coast landings, the A ho. 1 steamer WAL.uN. P. E. BAnnY. Master, E. F. BAri . Olerk, will leave as above, reurni' g every Wednesdair 4 and Saturday. For freight or pa-salgelDDI o pl board. A clerk will always be found at the ar. of ,-t Louis street to receive freight iA2 K LOWER COART TRI-WEEKLY PACXKET. The new and iaet freight steame EMMA A 0. CANTON. Jr., Master, J. J, Doanvan, Cia ,. Leaves the city for the Franklin Rlce Mills Bel air and way landings every Monday, Weias..-. day and Friday at 1 p. m.. Returns to the oI , every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday evel, ings. Freight elerk foot of Conti street. ja K' UPPER COAST. REGULAR TEI-WEEKLY DAYLIGHT PACKET. TO BEN TUBEAU'S PLTA-.4 - t 1 tion, Ascension parish--Th nIew' steamer EVA, Louis Ranson, master, Norbert Eanson, eleki., Leaves as above every Monday. Wednesa.a agJ. Saturday at o10 a. m. Returning Tueedi., ='. Thursdays and Sundays. For freight or passage apply on board. fe6 BEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUBOBE £I PLLQUEMINE PACKET. ." PLANTEth' AND MERCHANTS' LIN.. . The Al side-wheel steamer ____ TRENTON. (Inr place of W. J. Poitevenk)l U. D. Terrebonne. Master. Gabe Block and E. LeBlano ofrrks. Leaves New Orleans every TUESDAY ia SATURDAY at 5 . m.. returningery NEBDAY and SUNDAY evening. FOr fik or passaue apply onb oard or to A RITE A C AoRLIN a Tchoupitoulae sre t or TERREBONNE A BALOI ON. 75 Decatur between Conti and BienLa " jals tf Leaves every MONDAY at 5 a, im.. and P.BtD at 12 m Fr" ereron . tr~La. Ba·pg~liort :.