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A FATAL DIAUQGT. A Teuag Weman BI.ing Deceived By Her Lover Takes Strychnine. The Part'eulars of 1Her Death. S It is said that it needs no little amouant o " Urtirg to arge oneself to commit suicide, but wham it is twin:igd in by so many there some Is beH but little truth in the assertion, for hardly a week puasse but that some unofortunate, either ai di odclorred brain, a dishonored name or a .h.rOkta heirt, fiAd, cone' lation in self-deecrua SInXe tbis 'oirnectloin can be chrouliced the rt- a ely end of Miss Marie Claverte, a young won"a of twenty years, who was found dead in Sh Let bedroom on the morning of the S of March, at the e sildenco of Mr. DeGeorges, . t the earner of Robertson a d Escplanade streets. SDIooYStliINO Tras BODY. , As stated by some to the tlmates of the house, it was usual for Miss (haverle t 11te early In tire mortning for the purpose of M.u z atdidg the ire kfast, and as cbs did not lo. n a tpplt ranoe ~ni tb it morning one of the UMisholti r-ainr dr to hi r bedchnamber, and to her horror fno ' the. uf rtunate woman lying on the bed in t, i tul,race of d: ath, WIlliO DIIOoVKEID bhe was, as eo,,,' stat d, l)i ig upon the bed, ettired n garuiets lthat had almost just left the ]adls of the washerwoman. Suspended on the ln faisl view of hi r was a pi tlure of the Vir lary, and near the bed stood a little table on hich a cup which, upon examination, wee found to contain strycunine. This was o that Miss (baVerie had domm tted Oatlde, and that before she had taken the fatal d*auht absh had pre pored herself for death by tu ing hoerelf li a nli w garment and had plaoed the Oture of the Virgin at the f.ot of the bed that she might look at it while her life ebbed away. THE CAVSE Aa 1GNED for this rash ast on the part of Mlss C]lavrio was love. It appeare that she was smitten with a clerk in theemploy of Mr. D Georges, who had courted her for some eime, ant on the prtmise to marry bet, had in an evil hour robbed her of her honor; and tv:n after consummating her ruin he pretend d to b+ ar the same amiunt of a oblon for her. lintthbous a week before abe committed sn1i ide sho repaired to her To ooiver and told him that she wanted a pod tire mnswer whether or not he was going to marry Mher. He anew.red in ,he n gative, and then olft her and the employ if Mr. DeUeorges forever. romn that m ment until the hour of her death she became t spotndtnt and did not seem to core for herself or any one else, and frequently ro Larked that she wished death would alleviate eur storings. The Corour heit an iuquet-n retupred . verdleo that the deceised had come to her death S ros stryrhobne administered by her own bade. T'ihe vial that had contained the poleon berfoe she had transferred it to the nn was found in a ba ket of water, but was not Labelled. So it wee impossible to dlscover what druggist had sold the wlHon, and as the police of the obirth Precinot did not know that any such death had ever taken place, no investigation was ttlade. ATTEMPTED nUICIDE. A PrIslner Attempts to lanog Herself to the BPars of Her Cell. At twenty minutes to 6 o'clock Saturday even. l ,. a negro woma', named Annie L.nen, wile locket up in c oc II at the Third Precinos Station on a olargo of having violated city ordi ae ce 6t1. atlempu d tod ommit suicide by hang ' agS herself to the bars of the cell w.th a little ri d Ihawl. She was discovered in time by Corporal li who out her down. As Anni', afer having been rescued from an -ntimely enOt, aigtulfed her intententio to repeat , the act, she was hand-otff -d and guarded. THIM ALuEIjEUt FAIE. Three Houses Destroyed. At 11 o'lcek Saturday night a destructive fire broke out in the one-stlory and attic frame build rsituated on Psateis,n str, et, between Val and Chestnut, Algiers. this building, which was owned anti oconpied as a barroom and hoasdlnglsouse by Pius Ityan, was totaly de btldib. The pro.er.? was insured for t8U0, but sno t eompiru, could not be ascertained. The f4mes th-n extieded to the two-story fram bulldi g adjoining and left it a smouldering eama cf ashes, Tblproptrty, which was owned and oycupied b. Frank Vitler, was totally destroyed. The house ani furniture were insured for $1500 Sn the Merchant.' Insurance Company. The fire departm mt was promptly on hand, and rendered valuable assistance. POLICl, ANDU CAI' ITEMg. raus--Sa urday evening a fire broke out in the house of Mr. Dio ieson, on Tohonuitnlas stret, between Penilstn and Amelia. The fiSmes were ettoinuishe, with a damage to the furni tu. e of 0$), wtthou the necessity of an alarm, Ca. . of fre: The x,,lsin of a coal oil can. b$lgj o ruOM TH. A ID.-I( ihere is a 5eaner Ian trai I'hil p Coiler outside of the S pubitieoans of L rus a, a. trot him out. Collier S arrested and locked up in the tlixth Preclc.t ten for rbo ing graves in the Washington estery, at the corner of Washington and Pry S-----.*.a---. AMUMEmENTS. Co ..a;um or Muxto. -Mr. Byron. an old ac dM s and who has many friends in this a gbt presented his new drama "Penty ' to a fine house. The drama which wsll reaes,ed w:if be repeated to-night. .-In anwer to the proffer of a tes lIs bonefit made by some of our prominent A to Miss Rosa Rand, this lady has named ~u April 2 1, and the Varieties Theatre, as I Iheiie and place of the btneft. MAsptelous Looking Characters. . $e$ween Y and 8 o'~loos last evening, a whre was seen to throw some bund ,,s over the a ttobed to the property of Mrs. French. so se- the ban ree were thrown over, a white who was on the oautsde. picked them up eed Oveyed themo away. f sets were imm dately reported to Officers and Wiliame, who has ened to the scene the white men, who had been on the in S 'th act of climbing over the fence. The ted o a snot at the supposed thief, but bllst sped wide of i1s mark, and be succeed his eascape. 1e eamong the neighbors failed to de-I sl property stolen. The Late spanish Consul. I of Mr. de Ia Barrera, late Span!sh at this port, took place yesterday from EMnetsidenee on Dauphine street, and was by a large coanioums of his ocmpatriots friend, which he had made during his (1 this city. have been requested by the friends of the to say that tu.y have so far failed to any evidence to card showing that he saloile, in the shape of letters or ": Personal. Ir. Darant da Pont.. of thie city, arrived hire Mdy morni g fIom Waebiogto , w re he beai espndingt e v ral we ke. Whil,, at ington, MSr. ad a' C r : e an interesting on the Inouistana case, which was submitted laenate. SW. H. I. h, rs, the Washington cor dent, and on- of the editors of the N, w q2tme, ,reechol Li r+ y e-terday mt run'g. a tm fully int,rni.d of the situation in A *ton, having hid fri quent important, p we with the Itresidenu and others on sratters. , e di mtd reliable Piper-Heidsieok. p `rrator-Are * 'he \If : NEW ADVERTISEMENTU. ALDERNEY DAIRY - AND - LADIES' LUNCII BOOM, 142 ... Canal Street ...... 142 Refreshments in home style at lving prices. open from a a. m. !o B p. m. Closed on Sundays. mh1 Im NEW ORLEANS CROQUET AGENCY IBDUVCED PRILCES. --FOR- Senaon of 1S77. . LY $J -roe- -FOB- A Complete Hard Maple Set. PERFECT GOOD4,.WELL FINISHED. Eight halls and Mallets. neatly painted, Rtakes, Arches, oto., somplete In a neat box. Cheapest set made. For $2 50 A full set, 8 Balls and Mallets, ftll sin.. and var npihed Arches a d Stakes painted. The best s',t FOl THfIe MONEY evormade. Also a dozen other sty] s to seloct from. at prics ranging from 1t so to si$ vor sot. Now line just roeceivewi for season of l137, at less than wholesalo prices at 110 ad11dllS Camp utrees, ROBT. J. HARP, Agent. Call for Descriptive Price List. mbh2 1w YARITIErl THEATRE. THE LADIES' THEATRE, CANAL 5TAEET. NEW ORLEANS, FORB LE.NT, For the Beason of 1877-78,. and season following, if desired. This theatre is now, sparious, oompletely and superbly equiplped in every respect, and is most eligibly located on the principal and most fash ionable thoroughfare in the lity. Address WILL STEVEN. Secretary I.a Varieto Association mhI2 6t mo to sn New Orleans, i]a. PPECI4L NOTICE. Ovrrum STATa TAX COLLrtcroR ) Second District. No. 1i It yal stroot, .vter chaet's Exchange. up stairs. March 23, '77. All persons within the limits of the Second District owing licenses and capital tax are hereby notified ,hat the office for the collection of said taxes is now opened. P. L.BOUNlSY, mh2s itf State Tax Collector. bPECIAL NOTICE. Onzoa BTAr TAx CotLtcrron, ~eventh District. All persons within the ilmit of the Hevonth District owing License and Cdaital Tax ar hereby notified that the office for the collection of said Taxes is now opDned at the corner of Hampson and Carrollton Avenue. If. TEBBE, mh22 4t" Ptate Tax Collector. SPECIAL NOTICE. OrrxOa STATs TAX CoLLOTOX, First District, New Orleans. March 19th, 1877. The receipts aiven by MR. E. C. PAYNE. for amounts advanced for the support of the gov erament by the liberal and patriotl0 citizens of this city, will be received as CASH in the pay ment of TAXES and LIOENSE1 at this office. E. A. BURKE, mhit tf Tex Collector. SPECIAL NOTICE. OprITI RTATr TAX COLLZCT, ) First District Parish of Orle, ns, ,larch 13, 1877. All persons within the limits of the First Dis trict owing L.cCNsB and CAPITAL. Tax are here by notified that the office for the collection of said taxes is now opened at 169 (ravier street. E. A. BURKE, mh1s tf State Tax Collector. SPECIAL NOTICE. OFFIxE STATE TAX COLLECTOR, Fourth District, Parish of Orl-ans, March 19, 1877. All persons within the limits of the Fourth District owing L.CENSn Rn,' CAPITAL Tax are hereby notified that the office for the oolloction of said taxes is now opened at No. 241 Josephine street. B. C. BOND, mhise m State Tax Collector. mnis Im state Tax Collector. PIPER-HEIDSIECK. -And II. PIPER & CO.J3 "CARTE 'BLANCHE SEC." FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. mh2o lm UNDERTAKERS. OCHA. a JONES. JOHN 0. BOOED Formerly with Frank Johnson. JONES A& OCHE, 250 and 22t Magazine st.. near Delord. Undertakers and Embalmers. All business entrusted to the firm will receive prompt and careful attention at moderate rates. OarriaRes to hire. 1a98 ly THE NEW OfRLEAN Sanitary Excavating Co., (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 promstness and iaspatch. The advantages derived from the use of the Odorless Exeavating Aplpratus, as ud by thecompany. are that the work can at any hour ro the day or niht *~aa e SPECIAL NOTICES. Offmee Faetors' and Traders' Insurance Company, No. 37 Carondelet street--New Or leans, March 24, 1p77.-In nonformity with arth cle sixth of the charter, an election will be held at this omflceon MONDAY, the 9th of April next, between the hours of I1 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m., for twenty-five trustees, to srve nas such for the ensuing1 year. THOMAS F. WALKER, mh2r5 1t Secretary. To the Lake - Office of New Orleans City Pallroad Company, No. 124 ('anal street Now Orleans. March 19, 1877.-Until further no tlce, the afternoon trains for the Lake will leave the city every hour, froi a to 7 o'clock, The last train will leave thL" Lake End at 8 o'clock. mh2o tf r. C(. LEWIN, Socretary. Otmes of New Orlenns 4ihy it.llr'ad (lom rany. No. 124 Canal street, Now Orlee s. March 18. 1877 -At a me:ting of the Board of Directors., held on the 14th instant, a dividend of 'three Dollars per share was declared, -payable to the stockholders on and after MOND.Y, April 2. 1S77. All transfers of stock for ten days provel ous to that date must be ex-dividend. mhle ld O. . LEWISH. Meertary, Officee of Crescent Mutual Insurance Oom.any New Orleans. March 12, 1877-in con formity with the fourth article of the amended charter, an election of T'rutensm to sAtve one year from the first Monday in June next, w II be held at the offlee of the company, on MOND AY the 2d d y of April. 1877. between the hours of 12 m. and a o'clock p. m. HIENRY V. OGDEN, mhl led Stecretary. t New Orleans. March I, Ir77.--Nolice is n hereby given that the Interest of Mr. F. It. MATTHi,,WS in our firm ceases from this date, 1 we having purchased the same. mhl Im FLASH. LEWIS & CO. FOR RENT. TJOR RENT-SMAIL, HTORF, WI I'H DWELL 1' Ing attached. No. 235 Ca al, near Franklin. Price $lo per mouth. iano the first dvelling o0 Franklin street. 1'rlceis2. Apply to owner 130 Third stroct. mahl4 st* T-0 RBENT.-Three ele.antly furnished rooms, L In a central location, convenient to two lines of city railroads. to rent, on very reasona. ble terms. $Io more nonveniently IkCated or better furn. Ished aipptrtmente can be had iri the city For t.artcullars call at the ories of the Dbwao. SELF=-IIEATING, 'h"OII ONIIISI'IOJ One Whole Set of Irons in One. ONE IRON, WITH TWO PLUGS, WILL DO ALL TILE IRONING AND FLUP ING ONE HAND CAN DO WITH ANY NUMBER OF IILONS. It Is a Nickel-plated cass Iron. with a wooden hand piece, heate I and continually kept hot by two onast-iron plugs. ITS ADVANTAGES. Firat Raves one half or more of the " fuel orf'i natfly used In Ironing. Second- I, laves three fourths of tile walk Ing and changlng of the old flat iron . ------ -.---- Tl hi r d- Can be heated with el her coal or wood fire stoves or grates. Fourth-We use ill sides of the iron and util ize all the heat, thus gaining one-half on the old process. Fifth-Always clean; never rusting, never being exposed to soot. Sixth--One single heat will Iron from thirty minutes to one hour, according to weight and moisture of the g'-ods. Seventh-The fire you cook with can he usled for Ironing, even whle the stove is covered with vessols, thus saving the entire amount of iuel used ordinarily n ironing. Eighth Does better vork, Im narts more Imoothness ; S nd gloss I rom the c lickeled face and rounded glossing heel a than any other iron in the world. Ni.th--Saves time, fuo] and labhor: ttus eaves money: is the only prleticall Patent Iron on the market, and will eventually take the place of t the old one-faced irons. Csanvasser Now in the City, , - Taking Orders. P. 0. FAZENDE, Stock, Note and Bond BROKER. OFFICE-No. 175 COMMON STREET. mh24 tf omce Louisiana. Cotton Tie Co. The patent TIE and PULLER ownedby this Company having been fully tested at the Cham pion Press. is now offered to preSs owners and shipmasters at a moleoate price. An average of fully ffi y bales per hour and at times over sixty bales per hour, has ieen compressed and tied by this process, and with practice it is believed that an average speed of sixty hales per hour ".au be attained. By the use of this Tie and Pller the capacity of a ship can be increased fully 20o rcent. pnd the bands are 50 per cent stronger than when the ordinary ties are used. JOH_. B. LAFITTE & CO.. Managers. mh23 im 184 Gravier street. THE BOSTON REGtULATING Check Burner, complete, with Opal Globe and Holder, can be bought at $12 per dozen. out up. The CHECK BURNER being of th' latest pat ent, dated December 12. 187., is equal if not su perior, to any Check Burn"r in the market. JCLIUS LOEFFLEtt, Gas Fitter. mh23 1w 43 Royal street. BUDVEIS, I HBtT fLED Bi~p R We have secured the agency of the celebrated BUD WEISER BOP LED AUCTION ýL. s Dy Hoey, Macon & O'Camrsa A OOMFOETABLR R101U8E IN THE SECOND LISTRIOT, Gornerof Damaine and St. Clando streets. SALE WITHOUT IIMIT. BY IlOEY, MACO.YN & O'CONNOI-Nieboha1 J. Hncy. Aulitioneer-Offllt No. It CJaroudo let streot.-$-AT'UttAY, March 8l. 1877 at 12 o'clock m , at the W*. (1harl(s Auction itxchange, will b. sold by publiti aouttion THE DlEIti44Ll F tMILY RE' IDENOE forming the corner of Dumnlno & 8t. Claude streets, in the squarier bounded by Dumatno, Mt. ' Ihuill, iamvtart and At. . laude strottrs. The lot Ineasu es 87 feet 7 inches and 211 Ien front on Dun maine street, and lee feet 2 inchos 1 line in depth front on St. Claude strý,et, between paral 1l1 lini,. Th' dwelling tontaintr a hll and about, 7 rooms in the main bulildin: a two story brick kitenrn, with tix rooms; yard entrances on both sid' a. TuaiRs--One half cash: remainder at 12 tmontihI credit, li note bIaring inte'rest of 8 per tant per annulm from ditto of salte until flinal paiymnt. with all th- Insu security clauses.etc,. Insuran. o and transfer of policy etc. all to be soured by special mortgaiue and vendor's lien Sand prchaser to ass itne payment over and above hi hid of all taxes rayatle in 1877. A t of sale before U. V ioulon, No ai y Public, at tihe 'xzoene of the purclhser. rnh21 td AMUSEMlNTS. BIDWELL'S AOIDEMY OI MUSIO- 94 St. Charles street. The only Theatre open In the eity. Sudady, atrech SI. And durlnr the week. Wednesda and aturday iatinees. Engagement of the sterling American actor, OL1vtJIL OUD MYJEOv. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Mat In,oe-March 5., 20, 27 and 28-He will appear Sin the latest London srccess, an entirely new anti oririnal drama of the mst powerf ul in terest. In four eaet, entitled PLFENY OF MU) ' KY, or bENTEN(CED To T1EATI1. Wednesday and 'Ihurstay-Marth 2A anti 2- Ttor drama of nowutful Interest, entitled BEO McCOLLOUG iI. Fr'dn y-March ae--Benefit of OJIV :"R DOUD J;:YRON, when will be t-resented the great drama of ACRHOB TilE CON 1I tE VT. WANTED-BY AN ABIE-BODIED WHOLE sile and retail grocery Clerk employment, In city or c untry, in any capacity whlatsoever. Unexjettionable references. A. B.. D mocrtt office. mhi2 tf TI OUSE WANTED-TO BUY IN HEOOND " District, or t hird if close to Esdlanade, a Srmall House. Address, with full partieulars, _-- t D A . .mt,0 it*" 1W ANTED - HIECOND-HAND AIRRIAGES and Buggies. Any one having such, and wishing to dispose of them, ean find ready sale for them by calling on L T. MAUDUX, 25 Carondelet street. Also, a full shtok of Car riages and Buggies, andtl comrn plete stook of the Japanese Child's Carriage and Cradle, a mo.t wonderful eombinttion; In short, a full stock in everything appertalning to the Carriage busneoss-all of which will be sold at reduced prices to suit the times. The community is most cordially Invited to call and examine at 1 Carondelet street. mh11 om L. T. MADDUX. ,TANTED-A SITUATION AS A TRAVEL v ilg Agent for a Dug House, by a man who is fa oillir with the business, and has ex tensive aequaintance in Louisana, MissIssippi and Tec'na. I:st New Orleans r(elrencs given Adiress. .. MLHlistitbl City, Miss mh tANTED - BY A SOBER AND IN:UH8 trious young man a situation as Watch man, Porter, Salesman or Driving of any kind; Is thoroughly acunainted in the ity. Would go in the country It desirr. Ad s W. 0. Dm ocrat office. te2t LOST-FOUltiD. SOST -- WARRANT NO. 128, Is.rTED r March 1, 1877, to Oscar Arroyo, for services rendered as Mituto (;orll in the He.!ate during the session of 1877, for the sum of Ninety Dol lars. Parties are hereby cautioned against ne gotiating for the same, as appiication for a (u lict ha been made OC ARROYO. mh22 1w OSCAR ARROYO. FOR SALE. SOR SALE-ONE FIRST-CLASS 7ICKE' to Ri hmond, VY., and two flrst-class Tick fit to St, Louis, No, Inquire at No. 19 St Charlep street. mnh MUNICIPAL ADVERTISEMENTS MB ILLtD PROPO'ALS. DEPAITrwENT OP FINAPNCE City ITall. New Orleans, March 21. 1877. Sea!ed Proposals will b. received until THURSDAY, April 5. 1877, at 12 o'clock m.. for the sale tothoeclyof One Hundred Thousand Dollars of Bonds of the city of New Orleans and of the late cities of Jefferson and Carrollion. All bids must state the class of bonds and i amount of accrued interest thereon, and offers must include both principal and interest. No bids will be considered at a higher rate than the parity of Premium Bonds. The rouncil reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and answers will be given the fol lowing day at 10o a. m. Bids must be directed to the Commissioner. of the Consolidated Debt. mh65 acl 5 J. 0 DENTR. Admintatvnr. NOTICE-CITY TAXES OF 1871. DEPARTMHE T OP FINRCIS, City. Hall, New Orleans, March 22. 1877, Tax bills for 1877 are now ready for delivery. 9'he following rates of rebate for prompt cash payment will be allowed: Three per cent on all bills paid up to a1st of March, 1877. inclu:sve. Two per cent On all bills paid up to 16th Apri. 1877. inclusive. One per cent on all bills paid up to s3th April 1877. inclusive. After April 30, 1877, interest at Ten per eeno per annum from S1st March. 1877. and costs, will accrue. mh22 t a3a J. O. DENIS. Administrator. SEALED PROPOSALS. MAYOBALTY or NEw ( . ans& City Hall, Mach 20. 1877. Sealed proposals will be received until March 30. at 12 m., for publishing the proceedings and ordinanc s of the City Council and all official notices of the several departments of the city government, proposals to state the price per square of the space of one hundred words solid matter, for first and subsequent in' rtlons. Separate proposals will also be received for the same period for printing the various blanks, etc.. as per paragraphs from I to 8 inclusive, of act No. 49, approved March 12, 1877. For ptbllshing the proceedings and ordi nances of the Council and offitial notices of the several departments no bidl will b) received except from parties publ shing a morning paper is,,u d a' le st six tims a week. Bonds, with security, in such amount ,s may be satisfiC t,-ry to the Mayor will he reqpired for the faithful execution of the respec-tive con tra.'s. Term of contracts to extend to 1st Jan uary. 1878. The Ity reserves the right to reje't any or all bids. ED. 'ILSBURY, mh21 26 30 31 Mayor, SEALED PROPOSALS. ESTABLISHED IN 1825. 12 Corner Delord and Constance Street. it. ot 0 o nt WE ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURI. Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar Mills, Furnaces for Burning Bagasse, Vacuum Pans, Clariflers and Filters, SAW MILLS, COTTON PRESSES, NEWELL SCREWS, JUDSON'S GOVE$. NORS, GIN GEARING, FURNACE MOUTHS, ORATE BARS, ALL EINDS OF PLANTATION AND STEAMBOAT WORK, t- And every desoription of Machinery Lor the South. 1r W t beg to call .pecial attention to our large stock of SUGAR RETTTaEs. ..i a oh.ed the entire stock of the stacker Iron Works of Tennessee, for .whip Mr. y. P. !Avlane r beuvre waB formerlr agent (and the only ionulne Tennessee Kettle in th marketW e ofer the :same for eale asr well as those of our wn mn.fsature, oroe list tof wnhch W rwll be pleased to furnish upon applocatiog ed ist LEEDS & CO. u. M. & B. J. MON'TG)MERY'S Furniture Emporium, ARMORY HALL, 87 CAMP STREET. The Largest and Most Centrally Located Furniture - -0----- Constantly on hand, and at the LOWWIT MARKET PRICEB. the largest and beet selotedL A assOrtment of t To be found in the Bouth, consisting of Suits Upholstered in Brocatel, Cotoline, Rtp, psTerry and Hair Cleth,w and Finished in Gilt. MARBLE TOP INLAID OABD and PANOY TA4. B.B. Prernch PLAT'IE MIRROR sand Patent Vaa OCHAII.; Aneo PEDIROOM BUITr', with French PI1 Dr. sa r Frrs)i eCsestin,- Arm, irs; inauuthe. Freneb 'late HAIL STANDS, with HA'L CHAII , to match; DNIING-ROOM and LIBRARY SgUt.TI every grade. A om .lete agor! ment of MEDIUM and OOMMOW FURNI'fURE, of every grade saite ble for counUy and plautatlon use. A urge stock of boxed and knock down utlrllkt and Chairs. S PRIING HAIL and HOM8 "MATTlRFIt1. IAX and FEATHBER PIL! OWtS and BCOi4Ss LOUNGES, made to order. ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE FROM THE BEST FACTORIES, BOTH EAST AND WEST, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN THE CITY. All Goods packed and shipped free of charge. Thanking our friends and the ODs.b for their past patronage, we sololct a conatnuance of the same In the futureB R. M. & B. J. MON1TGOMERY, I .Armory Hall, No. 87 Camp Street, New Orleazia abs lm BENEFICIAL TO THE PUBLIC. We. the undersigned Photographers in the Uniled States do state and will bear testimoni that PIOI'Ul.tk made by LAMBERI's PATENt PROCESSES Never Fade or Change Their Colors IN THE LEAST. Also are otherwise in every respect more artis. tic than those made by the old processess, whle are bound to fade and become worthless. SARONWY.....................New Y.,h. W. KUOIZ .................New York. LEON VAN LOO...........Cl..t.la.a J. IANDY..................c.. Celma.l. 1. GUT' KUNI T..........Phibladelpha. ALLEN & ROWELL............Bostoe. 0. 9GNTILU & CO............ Cheas. C. W. MOTEM ............Atlan, Ga. E. KLAUBER ..............Leutevile. RULOs*ON, President of the Photo graphic Association of the United States of America.........an Framenics, 1Cl. D. H. ANDNERSON ......Richoead, Va. SHBO0. LILIxNTHAL, otazte of Loubfsas. And others, too numerous to mention. THEO. LILIENTHAL, 121............ CANAL STREET ............191 DUCONGE DRUG STORE A. CamoUCcE, 89 Chartres Street, Products of French Pharmaceutic. reeeived by steamer Hannover. A complete assortment of FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES, most in vogue. such as Elixir TBonnjau, Dnero Pepsine, hylvhium Cyrenai"onm, Dehaut's Pills Crossnelr's Anti-Neuralgia. Blaneard & Leroy', Preparations, Dr. Churchill's, Laville's, ste, For sale by A. CARROUCH] . meh4 Im 39 Chartres -treet, DRI. . FORMENTO, Has returned to the dcolg reeume - tiesof his prof :lIle RAILROADS. GIEAT JACK OW IR.UTE~. NEW ORLEANS. ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO haILROAD LINES. DOURLE DAILY THROUt(H TRAINS, Will dlPar, and Alrq.. f-,llnwa, from OBUdor* wese adev f:rom March 25, 1877:a xpress No. }.:80p.m. fI Pzress No. 3.11:2* ~s a Express No.a.7:2oa. m. Exprers No. 4. $:40e.m SJoe. and 2 run dally, 3 and 4 daily exzeel PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING OAOS throui to inclnnatl, Louif4. s -Ii, Chic Ca r a a n d M i l an , T e n n ., w i t h o u t c he a p e , a n d f r f t iL inSergs to go through without leaving the Mliday evening's train makes no conneales uquon for Chicago. Aje~oommoda.on tratas betweon New Orlea and ._Como Clty, leave New Orleans 3: p.a M. Sturday; 4:6a m. and a:3o ,. m. Hunda. Ar rive 9:15 a, m. and 9:o20 p. i, 8 inda,. and 9:ls. m. Monday. Ticket, for sale and informatlc .. xJBDas *a m street, corner L.oLu1un, aond .D ~DA. Ge DBHELDON. AgeL , . D. a o,. Geeneral Maager. THR NEW_ o AA1 AND MOBILE BAIL.>.: T aI --OBILE IAD& THE OREAT THROUGH ROUTE TO W.E EAST, NORTH AND WEST. Via ulvlle, via Atlantaan via St.I. . ,., CARRYING THE U. S MAIL, Trr na arrive and pepart from Depot, Isot a hna street. o ollows xores e...6..:5 a. Express .1:o...5 ree......5:0 Pa. Epress...... 9:5a6 I t Pullman CARRlace RE daily to C& i a, Cornlle, Nasoyahvill and t..Louis withoute and only one Advances me to New or nand Ticket Ofi re roCa and Cry streetsp crnerofCa Dour friends ine .r mO O I JE W. POL!.A : Tlo COMDO ISSION MEROOHAT s. F CA3rIn u 0. (Arzaan. E. L. CiAnrgrag CHAR. J. CmlazS1 A. CAJIRIERE & 8ONM, COMMISSION MERCAAN Corner IRoyaI and (Cstomigeuse. Liberal Advances made on Consignzarnei t our friendsc in LONDON. LIVERPOOL. iav m n Auo1,, jam um ar HAVRE an d BORDEAX LEON QUEYBOUZR OSCAR BOIS. QUEYQuzE & E&OIh, Wk1ise Groerw, DZ&LBss IN IwNE AND IQUVBa Yý.