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Our tsubscribers will oonftr a favor S lpn its by reporting at this oMoe overy .ilnure In the delivery to their address t the DaoeaAx, as we are partioulaSly Sdesrous of achioving bsoeelut oteotl itde and punctuality. The West lBaton ouge l #"bar Ptkagsr Is delighted over this azpreslon In the S ocn~ew T We have lived all our lives In the State of LouIsiatas" and wishes to know whether the editor has as marn lives as a tatt-nine. Our correspondent "Brutus'" Is In arotr In supposing that we intended i new election. We can conceive of no Pi~ster stop the Administration could take than to lend aid to this villainous s;heme of the carpet-bag rogues who .el that It is their lastlehance. Our lOferenoo to the majority by which the iDemocrat and Conservatives would erryU the State In the event auch elee oron was fixed up, for there Is no law for It, was designed to Illustrate the tact that It would be revolution. Perhaps we should have put the majority at a khundred thousand. No man in Louis lana or in America, having the laterests it thil State at heart, will give counte lance to any such scheme. But why discuss It? It io dead. The names of the many ItadLaL con verts to the Nicholls government are being trumpeting abroad, but there are half a dosen convorts in the ranks of the late Rtepublican prese that are never even mentioned. About one-half of k0e adical papers of this State have di since the election: a majority of the remainder preserve a dignified neu tality, waiting to see which aide would ; while three or tour Late Itadital rs have altogether changed their tis and hoisted another bag. The .arlesrI Herald deoolared last week i. woald henceforth be neutral and dent, while thelhttskapas Rep. and Madison Journal have changed ther and became adherents of nor Nicholls. This ohange is still on, and new recruits are joining ranks every day; and the time is not t when Louisiana may be able like Texas of the hundreds of -and only four of them Bepub A htw weeks ago the people of New SOrleans had reason to oomplain of the mode in which their countrylfriends had ei getting rid of their calmlnals, pick V pockets and thieves, by+ lacing them aboard a passing boat or raft and ship p'ag them to New Orleans. This was bad O fJ h, but " worse remaies to oom." }' New Orleana's good retreat for hie#i as, these country people appa iitdy think it an equally good place :b aratients. The following ittle story i tbhe Attakapas Register will explaain oase of smallpon was on our street last Wed 3. A i.egro mans, whose faoe was Uteray red with eruptions peculiar to that disea*. walked about, flilng every ue with terror sau. anusa5 Qute a eanstion. Iis reign was of abort d.i aton. however, Mayor Sit. Ulair, ering of the ase, imm s Y sent in search et it, and placing the lman in a boat, had hua am audiataly transported from e city. The writer does not say exactly where this case of small-pox was carried to, but his ultimate destlnation can scarce ly be doubted. It, he stopped at any other place on the way, he was treated -; t,.o the same cry, "move on," and un K$obtedly moved on, from place to to New Orleans, It he did not ex on the way. We believe In immigration, but we an easily do without any more small ptients, and therefore suggest that m tuel our sister cities take care of own patients lastead of shlppings bis obfostake or thein tc 6 o re1na Mr. Oharln s M orn, who W" .11 eighty-second year, huas reotly achieved two groat suooee5*S, equatiso say ever gained by his great oonteMPo rary, After obtaining his ipant from our Legislature for a railroad from the terminus of the Opelousas and Mor. gan's road tolAlexandial, Mr. MOgIan's nett move wau to defeat plot which had been arranged in New York by oer, tain large capitalists there to effect a oonsolidation of the Texas entral with the International Railroad, so as to oommand they whole line of rail* road oommunications intersecting the State of Texas, with a view of controlling the direction of trade and travel to Galveaton via loueton, and to St. Louis via the Kansae and Ar kansas and the International. The suoces5 of this movement would have seriously obstructed Mr. Morgan In the execution of his bold and expensive plan of counteracting the efforts of the shortredghted people and authorities of Galveston, to subject his ships and business to unreasonable burdens and charges. In resisting these exactions, Mr. Morgan Incurred vast expense in outtinh a canal or water way for his ships to Houston, where the great pro. duce business of Texas was conoen trated. It was a saacaious idea, as In case of the extennidn of theat railroad from Houston to New Orleans, this city, Instead of Galveston, would have be come the entrepot for the Texas trade. Until this was done Mr. Morgan nat orally desired to maintain the advan tag#e for his great shipping business, which he had spent so much money to establish at Houston. But in case of the consolidation of the Texas Central and the International reads, Mr, Mor gan would lose these advantages. The plan in New York was projected for oer. tain parties having large interest In the International to force the Central road into bankruptey, obtain a receiver thereof, and have iteold out and bought In by certain bondholders, who were in the scheme. To carry this out some protested paper of the Central was bought up, and proceedings commenced' to foreclose and obtain a receiver. At this 1 juncture Mr. Morgan stepped forward and defeated the whole scheme, and I assuming the indebtedness of the .en. tral, left Mr. Galusha Grow, the do. fteted aspirant for the receivership and a chief conspirator, eot in the cold, and I has obtained virtual control and ownert s ship of the main lines of all the roads 0 which traverse the State of Texas, The sucoess of this movement is the steop 5 ping stone to the realisation of Mr. Morgan's general and grand idea of r bringing all the railroad lines in Texas e In conjunction with the main trunk, d which is to have its terminus in this I city. There is something extremely curious in the crope of the east and west banks f of the Mssisalsippi. It has been noticed q for some time past that these.two banks I enjoyed apparently wholly different I weathers and climates; that a frost on I one side of the river very seldom trayv iled aeross it; that while the right bank might be enjoying a rain, the left was just as apt to be suffering from a drouth; and, in fact, that the thousand yards of the Mississippi produced the same ef- 1 feot, as far as climate and weather were concerned, as a thousand miles of ocean. The last few years have shown I a wonderful difference in the sugar crops of the plantations on the east and west banks of the river, and greatly in favor of the latter, a difference that is increasing each year. For instance, the crop of the west bank plantations this year was 50,354 hogsheads to 34,001 hogsheads produced by east bank plan tations, showing that the former are 81 per cent more productive than the lat ter. There was a time, and not long ago when this was different. As compared even with the crop of 1875 78, the increase in the production plantations on the west side of the Mississippi was 12 per cent, that on the east side plantations only 7 per cent, The latter enjoyed much the better weather, the past season which explains the difference. It is certain ly queer; another version of "west ward the course of Empire takes its way." Meteorologists and planters will, probably in time, understand the true greatness and importance of our Mother Mississippi, and explain, per haps, how the plantations on ene side of the river raise 90,000 more hogsheads than the same number of acres on the other side. We received sixty-three communica tions yesterday, from as many citizens of New Orleans, opposing delay in the - election of a Senator. As the Legisla r ture has now determined upon the I policy of postponement, the publication t of these communications,, or any of ' them, would not serve the views of the writer, and would now thwart the chief object we have in view-that is, the har Smonious action of all branches of the government and the people. We be lieved that it was best to elect without y delay; but, since our representatives, who doubtless have more information than we possess, have decided different o ly, we abide their action and will give them our unfaltering support. 0 We are again obliged to the Southern Express Oompanv for advance copies of t New York papers, and to the purser of the steamer Margaret for late Havana papers. y A meetsh lof of 1Ps ob~ iou hr a at.. I.8s asyteit Ialr i raet. tibat oew s.es mo If *atJty will show that it hOha "Pp - laeso of 8O,000. . .The tat tas il Mals is ay athird of a sent onl a ual of aisesed valuatlen, or about a sthth of OeO per esr t on real value, .AI. se flow of green petroleme was strtnk at S-an Deuavesttrr, Cal,, the atter part of oeb. oary, at depth of only a few feot. .vleri other wells have been dleeovored ~ l the easm viblltty, nes at a griateo depth than ose heml dred and Sfty ftet, h-be leablat assert that bl Tark. are olt t6ug the rloh torests in the neigtbobhoods of Inupeovt and Thoeehitaa, and transporting the erbia.a timber to N1eih. -A fatilly of woodoook have ptssed the winter Dnear t $~ rly, Canada, in a warm ravine which il overgrown with hlrubltry, and whilh never tresses. The woodeoek is a migratory bird, and the hot of its remaining so fir north during the winter, instead of winging its way South, eaneot easilt be explained. -Large butnbels of Angora goats are beingl rsported from California to Metioo, where, it is thought, they son be raied with greater pront. To uive the expuriment a proper tees, the Angora Coat Assoeiation of 9l Dorado county has pur osheed thirty-two thousand aores of land In the Stati of .inaloa, about leghty miles from Mae.a ian. .tiJdah P, flaenjmln, once Confederate Mintts ter of War, but a Q. I,, enjoying the largest . commeroial praotio at the Xnglimh bar, lItely eturnd all his briefs for the Gulldhall sittinge, aooompanied by ohecks for the fees he had rei soived with them, beoaene all his time would be taken up by the oauoes at Westminater fItll, andt he did not th lk it right to retain payment for businote whlob he could not attend, -An orohestra of 1000 performers was i.ardl at Crystal Phlale, Londtun, during the first week ii Lent. tIhe attings were hadled by 1()11 aonariese the reeds by the fincie, lionets, sky. larks, thrushes, blackbirds sad brlown night= ingailAs the woods by the robits, red-poles and dove-birds; and the brassee by the parrots, star lings and Jackdaws. thle dresses of the white blankbird and the buff bullfinch matle were the handeoomus worn on the sl5ge, and the laughing jahokse was generally acknowledged to be the best bukft ever heard at a national bird how, .Cenrafrl Iillnots is fast beoomntg lermanised. It is a faot that in tsle locality, at least, the English spteaing flrmers are rapidly giving way for the German emigrant. About lOridley the ohange is almost oug lette, The native Amerl _on tfrmers have mold oel one by one, and in nearly every ease their plac s has been filled by a German. Woodford county, epeolally PManla and Green townships, has e.perienoeed thils h oange in a remarkable degree. The Amerloans either go West or remniov to town and engage in I trade. The mot, by far, go West. In a short time Illinois will he oe thoroughly a (hernan State aC Penrtylvania. What will bhe the eifot remains to be seen; but the ftat is indisputable. th All or its Taxpayers for Nieholls. V1 Taxern and nIupport for the leWgal lov. ernment of Loutisiana. Niw hinmt A, March 10, 1477. Pursuant to the published notice, a to meeting was held here this day at 8 Thespian tfall at 12 o'clock. The meeting was called to order by tt t. B. Perry, bsq. who explained the object of the meeting. Judge J. T. Hollingsworth was then N elected President, and Messrs. A. C. Boas A. F. Dugan Valerie Roblihaud, . T;. King and 'Norval luval were elected Vice Plresidents. Messrs. John ti M. Avery and J. A. Provost were ap- * pointed Beoretaries. The meeting having been thus organ ised, the President declared it ready for business, whereupon Capt. John F. Wyche moved that a committee of five on resolutions be appointed, which was adopted. The President appointed on said com mittee, Messrs. John F. Wyehoe It S. Perry. J. A. Breaux, H1, Patout, W. Bob erteon and T. A. iBabin. After a short delay, the committee reported the following preamble and I resolutions, which were adopted, to wit: v Whereas, the exigencies of the pres- a ent moment demand that every tfree man's voice should now be heard in denunciation of wrong and in the do. tense of justice, right and honor; and whereas, the decision of the Electoral t Commission declaring Mr. Ilayes the legally elected President of the United Btates notwithstanding the fact that Mr. Tilden received a majority of the electoral as well as of the popular vote, tends to destroy all confidence in the elective system and to subvert the free institutions of the country; and where as, in disregard to the will of the people of Louisiana, a fraudulent and usurc ing State government is sought to be Imposed upon them; therefore be it esolverd That we, the people of the parish of Iberia, declare said action of partisan tribunals to be an insult to the free.oitizens of the country, and de nounce those who committed the theft and those who are enjoying the benefit thereof as equally guilty of the great crime. Resolved, That F. T. Nicholls is the duly elected and legitimate Governor of the State of Louisiana to whom our al legianoe and suppert is alone due, and that 8. B. Packard's claim thereto is based upon fraud and, consequently, unworthy of our consideration. Resolved That under no oiroum ! stances will we recognize any other than our legitimate and lawful Governor and State government. Resolved, That taxes are due only to our legitimate government, and we will pay them to the appointee of none a other. Resolved, That we invite all good men, without distinction, to join us in main tainin.g the rights of the people and tlhe a people's chosen government. The attorneys of Iberia having ex pressed their readiness to assist the people in carrying out the views ex e pressed in the foregoing resolutions, I the following resolution was submitted and adopted : Be it resolved, That this meeting is e extremely gratifled at the remarks of our attorneys, and at their expressed it determination to freely aid our people, , in their proftesional capacities, to resist the collection of taxes by usurpers. The meeting was addressed during its c- ourse, by Messrs. J. A. Breaux, John e M. Ayvry H. Patout, J. R. Davis, Win. Southwell, R. 8. Perry, C. 0. Dolahous saye, John F. Wyche and others. On motion, the Sugar Bowl, of Iberia, a and the Democratic papers of New Or )f leans are requested to publish the pro i ceedings of this meeting. After a vote of thanks to the oficers a of the meeting, a motion to adjourn sine die was made and adopted. L J.T. Ho.LLmoewotE. President. L=LA1*w3sA on lion Now Yorvk p&ON AiO~Y. H alf Prirtr. SATUDAY, _-Or-- SCARFS, HAUDKECIRRCFS, 'araaolu, Hosiery. M. L. ,1YItNE & CO(., lea Ca si treet 1.. 63lo I,11116 It JEWELRYAUCOTION. 1. C. Lt8%1. 10.......... OCnLg" Street..... , IOU! Annoiinann anctthnr an19 'It Jnwnlrrp. FI.UWAY .nd1 A1U1tlIIM)AY bt tih in and lv, i. ,n. whnh t, will ohir iin ai g~naciAiv inr i gat· innanri tnjnt, of $1 AI L NlN I ,l IUIlIatd (1'spInn (Iiten41 ,nnn, eonatPE/in t it alna((r t 11tagiln etlr~itlpta Alan, in nornistnin npa4lct~nruo t OAM CfAId ann A i (UnrT( plonk nt 14ttVt~tt and (I(,I~t) WAT(I)11WBI, 111nG rhra~nlvn bt nn nnnnltI~ulnati, (lotrntR trLl 1.41 too hold withut tiiil, A\1Plllnrrocr mnhis 111, In (lanai n Vlnt , PROCLAMATION VFANVItN T. mlICIIOLA, Governor of tihe 4at of tlou.~i#ti, tItNTIhD ? TATI! Of ANINIII1A. *TAh2 OF LOUISIANA. Whnrei atithtiOC inftormationn ha. 01ni by m• roived that JA K1ON Il.4ZF8, l, 14 of tihl Uirrlsh of Ht. lBernard, In the Iftlo.u tilan, nottentl!d the mini of urttder on the lll ofl one hOHUIlHIT IItIOWN, in thoaeid parish of 1it, linrnard, ,n tih thirtlinth day of Ilh month ,8t Nn.vnmber, lao, and s hnow a fuiiltivn from ju4tlio. I. FI.ANtIt T. NtoltlOL, GtAovornor of the 84tate ,f Louisiaanta, hiave thougilht Droer to issue this, mlr proh l.ih.tlo, (hi1g 1n tili e tgond phlopiln of thi u o hutts# tg hi r aid aind 11ist.l al' in t arresting anlld brlLing to juetl~e the iperptrator of hsaid fiitn . so thAt the law cAnn he vindten.nd and by virtue of the authority in inn v4ntnd by the as of h t f ltoula lana. I hereby offer a reward of ONI THOU IANI DOLLAR.t for the arrePt and safe cua tody of said JACKIMON 1BLAZE In any intl tI thil Statte. Otlon un.or my altnatureo, authentl.lnatod with th o f the t of the ato of Loulsana, at the city of Now Orlns'tl., this twelfth day of Marollh In the year of our Lord one thousand elght lhundro. and soventl-s-oven, and ,of the indepOndono1 of the tUnitod Stats of Amoerloa the one hundred and first year. FRANCIS T. NIOIIOLLS. Governor of thne Htatn of Loulsitnta. IBy the Governor: Onoa AtlHroo, mhhil Assistant Boorotary of thate. PROOLAMATION. Ht.ltoi. of4.(itnitb titaneo ýva Orrpran.) New Orleana, Miruh 1, is7, Whereas, information has renahed me that D A. W.EgEII, a t iiin.n of West IFlliilnlna parish. was this day multlrdered In the town of Ht. Fri an olvitlln by a porson or porsonsl unknown; andW Whoreas, I tm1 dlo)rmZined to pun(ll ctrlme sad repress lawlawsnnsw throughout tils State; Now therefore I. FItANObl T. NIOIiOL , -* Govmrnor of the tltto of Louisiana, do issuo ( this my proolamntiton, oommlandling the omflelrs of the law and all good olitoens to aid to toilr utmost In arrnstinl the offender or offiTders aforesald, to the end that they may be punished, And I do hereby offer a reward of FIVE._ THOUSAND I)OLLA1tr for the approhenalon and convictlon of the said offender or offenders. OGiven under my hand and thn soal of the State at New Orleans on this seventh day of March. A. D. 171. FANCIS T. NIO OLLt3, Oovornor of the State of Louislana. By the Governor: OScaR Anaoro, rhe Assistant Seoretary of State. RECOGNIZED OFFICIALLY AND BY PUBLItO OPINION THAT THE Steinway, Knabe and Pleyel - Are the - LEADING PIANOS Of the World. ,onvinoe yourself by calling at. the General Agenoy at GRUNEWALD HALL, Where you will find the Largest and Best Be. loctions of all kinds of MUlTSICAL INSTRUMENTS AT LOWEST PBICES and EASIEST TEBMS Braes lastruments, I.rtness Aeooerdeoi, e Must Boxnes, Mule, of my own Importateon, at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. It is in your interest to call on me before pur chasing elsewhere. LOUIS GRUNEWALD, 14, 16, I,. 20 and 22 Baroene Street. d Carpet and Oil Cloth Warehouse. It EL KIN & C0.. a16 ...... ......Canal street...... ....... 168 n CARPETS of overy deoscription at Reduced PrtoCsa. M 1I 'TINGCS-N "w styles in fancy colors. - WIN )OW SHTIDIP0-Now patternli. OI1 CLOTHS-In all widths. fe25Im r' PHOTOGRAPHS. ANDEISON'S new instantaneous process rs produces * THE MOST PERFECT LIKENES,., and never fails on Ohldren and Nervous Per sons, which enables as to do the moseet P~ereet Oars Wotk a enmUe lsr.s ma SELF-HHEATING, FLUTING, 1 POLISHING IRON. I On. Whole Met of irons In O L. 014111114)14 WITH TWO ?LUON WItAt110 ALA, TII11 UlNCfI nP 1 ' A tON11if E CA1N DO WI tH ANl ?4IflIII O 1nONtl. "t'it1 o t (I t ocd edýl trt yt f ii wooasrtd rion p use.jd M . ITS AtYANt`AO i9. it am nn-haif or mliore of the I ljuordinctili n tllm r fn l' tattourhsof thew j w and ohnan in~t tit ttiN % urithi ro it rW urn· Ai r$% o a tom, ý t~lqm~ gllbd illrh h - use c1 ro tlhi t tjandthil th IIJ-AI n u canr ne U Obeing ni icth t -Ono e1ind heat whll iro n froth thirty ti1l to oo hour, ,wootdidlg to wedht and moistue obf t ot ode. KIuenth--i'iu tl e you tiook with oaen Ihe uv4 f 1 ir insittWhir tLe tave to omru widthr4v tuVItig NO eniire a~mount of fuel tie nr 7n gl s '1Pff~h-none bute wp~r,./ mtmri mrnmqn c~L ~n4l~e frot gafenokpa ti nam n rounldo N 35 Pin n1 at or Iran fit etWti VI nth-A av44gtit , fula Ri labor t buRe faves19UI N the rtntiy traot IaLatt Iran .thmirkart, nvontUauiy biko tho~ neoe of the o d ne-taoeei trtin. ~~4th--ý A 000D CANVASSER WANTED. Mr. McCAU8LANIJ, the 'Ratent(!, CaInIe Found at 1"1A 'At 11the CITY iOTEL. QUADRUPLE AWARD I THE AMERICAN WATCH 0O. OF WALTHAM. A nnnilnruo that they hiive boon awardledl at PhMiiadeiphiu four utilnlap, via: OUfl WA RICH, F'ORII WATCH MAklING MA~ilIN1J11Y, FOtt A BUTJIM 11 WATCH! MAKING, ANDt FORl GOLD4 AND tSILVEl WATUC CA.iS16M AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH AGENCY, A. M. HILL, Jewelor, 4 0 St. Chasrlo Mtreet, Corner of Commtorota Pl %os, ) ZW ORLLAIAWS. LA. 3hilV hullltb IAN t1F0llUc91I) PlmtoN LISTs The followinit watoie ar cniili patent ileiSN 011iuwuldcitui Name7/1cca thu lllriitratioui, enduMý unuer foll gtuarcntu: Solid Phllrsr Wtttr, h. en re to ut,.............18 The some, but o1mb fipe fe d iln tln ,,.... S lrtutd NDiltkl Waioh, very atrnon COcas. ..... Haild tlth'nr htum-Wlndrr, nn kay required., M: rhu uThnme, but open faoe................"r.. a tro 13,lvnr Hteon,"WInder . ............... $ Rid lit (loldl Wal'h, O oc. 14 karat ncae.......S. M - noin.a hut i I katat ('I a.. .. ....,.... M -n114 onI t' G ol 1(,. 14 karMt, Ntan. Winder.... t f Thu cain , brut ti karat uccna................s* M '. 1d Gonld Wnpui........................." The same, hut Htoi.Windaer .................. p a In addition Iontlihmu etylu I hits a damlis cacortmniot of Waltham, Watihec, from thtabow prinoc to itO, tor the planttiion, farm olr a worklng mantP1 013 Watch or eat ttotn.Winddr will prove .11* n Is reuIred, I will Pontt Watoheli. (hold or Milorp Cthui any Artlole of Jewelry, by Lxprc. (1 0U. D., pct. nltting buyora to "Amowmi the article buiov pvayug, and, if tinut 41111414, to robin it, ADVIIICS AN AHOY . h Watchb It'prlrinl by MkJirul Workmen at Lowect rossibe Priiec. 'S SOLID 14 KARAT GOLD QUA! S $13 P35 PEKNNYWZIOI. "o1l 0 Diseases of the Eye and Ear. I DRI. O.- ARtD , OCULIS U AND AUUIIST, 14: Gamal Street, P Look Box 1s17. New Orleans, La. fel it SPECIAL NOTICE. OMrtn S'ATA TAX COtWI, rn,TI a) First )Distriot F'arish of Orloens, hlaroh 1is, 1t77. All persons within the limits of the First Dise triot owing Lalnases and CAt*ITA, Tax amt hero C by notiflnd that the onflio for the collection of p said taxec is now openod at its Oravier street, E, A. BURKIE, mhls tf Matt T'mx Collintor, GREEN OR BLACK TEA Worth 400. we sell at S1c. GREEN OR BLACK TEA Worth son. we sell at 400 GREEN OR BLACK TEA t Worth IOe. we sel at e00, GREEN OR BLACK TEA Worth eso. we cll at * E GREEN OR BLACK TEA Worth St we sell at 700. GREEN OR BLACK TEA Worth $t.o4 we sell at si. TRY OUR $ OOLONO. TRY OUR $1 IMPERIAL. TRY OUR 1 GUNPOWDER. TRY OUR Sit BNGLIsu BRUAKIAST. something never before offered in the South is Our 81.25 Grade In Oolong, Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyson and Enllih Breakfast Teas. This Company Carries the Largest Stock of Teas in the South. d We have the finest Fselectlon of Royal, Imperial, Gunpowder, Youna llyson, Uncolored Ja pan. Oolong, English Breakfast and Pekoes. We have eholce Tens from the East Indies. - We guarantee our Teas to be perfectly pure. This Company deals in all grades of a COFFEE. GREEN RIO tee.; parched or around se. All fSeer grades equally cheap. This Company has now on hand some very ,1 D SAV'A., very mok ,qoIasOLDGTNZ UA . w~~B(~P~P!~r I nrvulr.. DUCONGE DRUG STORZ A. CARtOIICHE, a8 Chartres rtsent, Predu'ts or Frenrl Pharmrastle, treeeoed by st amor Hannover. A compltoe ausortment of FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES, most in voguo, Meuh an Elixir eon*.aul, Daeres, Pepeins, ylphiurn Cyrernacium, Dohatt's Pilts, Orosmnlar's Anti.Nt.uralgia. Ilianear4 & Lerop's Preparations, 1Dr. Churehill's. Lavillo's, ete. For sale by A AIIO mrh I im o (Charstro. atresS W. W. WA MII UHtRN, AR1TIST PHOTOGpAPEIR, 1I3 (nntl lrsee. Opposite (Clar statulu, New Orleans. Mr. WASHIIIUsN Is hiimenlf an artist twentylflve year4 exl,(rintrrm, and I sup each department by ia (orpe of U'o ho htvno sup riorl t this or t . ie in tlo naster of is business, employing the best rtlIts he uses mater al and mates the best work on tinent. OW , 1 t N I s hO bu for roof he refers you to his hirt FOR SALE. A HANDSOME PLACE OF TWO ACBBO fh . on the beautiful river Tehe. somprising - seres of excellent. newly-fenced land, of whl* as are admirably adapted to the eultivatlo. es sugar, oetton, or corn; the balance conslsting of a magniloent meadow in whleh the reside~ is situated. The whole property will be sold , consisting of the land above mentioned, sa -. residence, kitchen, cabins, stable, vegetable -t truit gardens, and all necessarr appntrtaalter This offers an excellent opportunity to say 4g. wishlng to raise stoes, or to cultlvate6 eoMtea sugar on a small scale, there being a ectton gg. d u mill in the neighbor welinghouse is comfortably fuis'd, erty has never ii inU n - will be sold with or without furniture. or rulac address A. E.G, GiebIaa,.. , Box 7n3, Ne w Orltanne. e-1 '_ Fortrait Painting. (AND INWTRUCTIONS GIVEN.) Portraits from d ilr or from pinttir eet the deceased, at thifae following rates. Life slim, bust ,D traits, iu oen il, Stoo and Ihe; 55,, - et slz., in oil, II: s0 and $100n Ora~PNar Sv. as, not reaoa e rL+.rishable to: , c ti o treamon thead p ,0 nind Ni501I.fl-of hv :r ' byth fr in ,:i rf,., r;;( ,r. . at r ,rt - Dersm,. flt l )VY e, tlolyg tn., hotyle and slaJeB·:-+' j p. norit rc(l+Hl rtd, will hlvor t.hlr orders l _p I.o ly attendedto. ountry atronageisottted. oil, -x EVREBTTr B, ). JUiO, 3 CasPedeieg street, NEW OBtIRULa N. ,.-Iastruetione given In Drawing. Ora band Painting. Classes in Seminaries My Art Gallery is a place of iroe resort, ] public is invitiwl tO visit it at plie"snre. fen ll : .Jse.retuuOd tote dtv sand reumed heouu. bs~etblepzon:s.