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VAPtAOUAT WIN 11+. CA1 a. AVCttlIOM IxtfltAN Ap, 4- or tnlen ntonon of Ann 1o D t.one , ~ltween 0 nle lt} n h nnth no th t b oornr Ii e t r iy tO N'en2 ito lreet. 9.0 r l.1 ioroendllet t yp 111 t hth t onrth weat homnr e l.. pome for r atoOrw.l n ha pro onui rasdnloc nto and pro U"t on mont rmm (i mttane onW 8nIt - t to M.t t. netr, k I n d M ft. tPi te I1 1 thInt atLiPo proplrtA fo.rmIn1 Ait laout eet oner of nh'e BlodIo r 1 i Wtlaorks aof nd t..lt r. . tiopn, £1o wlasr eltredt, f double tenimerlst ieWip built br| Rokouttn ..... ththre 'r o- tlr, tFrra ntm w lln, no tmirfao l. lh iO)nt. .1 Lthn t, W, o ornhr boad behng !'s5ft. 4hi' lno 1141 oa n tleS as d u rato ptroe., (If it 4nent., amo 14a-'l ths who fenby in f· t 'oef ,ier, thoe int.on.,.e Obna. . U m e hhq bee Wllldetl .ifWiedt H. SFllt betwheon rir ityo nn(tal a1 Uon Ia "r tt i oldli n. tefrmtn* th nonrth Wtrpubrner of Nt,.l)id I and r Vlra Itaro, a gitutil onar the r ohieC r of Mt. r.eunl peted that Be om qiirnst Msrknet. Tol otf heOrronso mthn anuthOotAA 9 1, t e . r ,ta tarl w o t re cont cWe rt n red , in the ln Xn8. ne4 amnd al ltam rnne etrot and by the oe.n taO. oll alnd eln Third n, h onatndoA.d b hetoween 'rnllnt ntd t1 1 A t'HeIe .o thknawnlano tho elto .t'yIntI.m, on lourbon, botweof , , ulqa md ' nuilti.-o atota. n ot teormla atin ull prlltiiltra, meo l nl4 '.lti41 tle Adeettenmoietn and lpIPan.n.t tho rTiv.[hn Auotlt,,eor. 81 unP ,dtr4.t. Tit tlEiA pri ihO mmpAL. no surgeon was elected, four members roting for Smythe, the present nourn" bent, and four against him; the Oov. ornor, who is exo s otfio President of the board, being absent. This failutre of the board to elect a surgeon in plaoe of Dr. Smythe has created much astonish ment among all those who feel an In Sterest in this noble Institution. ,Dr. Smythe has been Identified with the party whose corrupt rule in this StMate during the past eight years has involved the Oharlty Hospital and all Other public, political and charitable Institutions in ruin or debt. The public Oxpeotod that the first business of the new board would be harmonious in tine rmoval of persons high In authority In the hospital who were ooncerned In the old management. There is soon to be a called meeting of the Board of Administrators, and we hope, with the public, that a now sur-. aegon acceptable to the Faculty of the city will be elected. TIIM HOUSE OF REPREIENTATIVES. The following table shows the com* plexion of the next House, on the basis of memberb conceded by both parties to be elected on the face of the returns, and whose names will appear on the .roll made up by the clerk: D). t11. Alabama........... ............. 0 S1... . ....... .... 1 Ce aotro......................... 1 , 6 11 ndian ......................... . 4 o.w ........................ 0O Kasas.......... .... .......... . ..... . Kesnts y ......... . .........0.... 0 YLouisar ............ ........ 1 1 Mnsiehuats.......... ....... 1 10 Nee nre......................... 0 1 N ew or... .............. 0 North O rolna ........................ 7 I Ohio .. .............................. H 12 neb::........... ...... ......0. 1 lo nia. ...................0.... .1 17 Io land............. ............. 1 10 17 f OCarolin....................... 1 2 ................................ 8 0 loormnf.............. .......... a Tohl........................9 .......14 187 Double sete of oertifilcates have been ;orrarded in the following cases: Loisiana .......... ................. 2 To l .......... .............. ... 5 In these oases the names of the Dem earatio claimants ought to, and un "doubtedl will appear on the roll, the D cates of bbamberlain and Stearns absolutely worthless and that of Go.. Nicholls being entitled to more consideration than the certificate of Yellor. _Il oe following cases no certifloates hare yet been issued, the contest for the esrtifleates being still pending in the 4ourts: Colifrnia........................... 1 aesori........................ . 1 Total.............................. 2 These seats will probably be vacant at the opening of the session. The list, as made up by the Clerk, will therefore etand: Democrats......... ............... 154 Republions ........ .............. 137 Damocratio majority............ 17 To-day, at 12 m., all the citizens of New Orleans, who desire at the same time good government and the true Sgotl nment of this State, will meet in Lafayette Square to make known their desire and will in tones so loud that the whole country will hear them. For another time, the patriotic sons of Lou j . are cailed forth from their busi S.sad work, in aid of their State. SThi1. of other States have but to & basott upon election day to they ate: proteet their government, even after they have elected it. When She long postponed victory comes at last, so much the greater will the triumph be. To-day, for the last time, the people of Louislana must prove their faith and allegiance to the Nicholls government; prove It as they proved it on November 7, 1870, when they turned out nearly thirty thousand strong; as they proved it January 9, by one and all turning out to take part In the deliberations of the people, and thus oonvince the Union that New Orleans is unanimous for Nloholls, and its peo ple ready and eager to support and de fend the government of their choces. Mr, Talmage, on Easter Hunday, de ilvered a sermon on intemperance In Brooklyn, in whloh he said: " If we could see Intemperance drumming with the bones of a dead drunkard upon the bottom of a wine cask the dead march of Immortal souls it would startle us sutlolently," and he called upon his hearers to take warning in time, for "what flower ever grew upon the blasted heath of a drunkard's sepulchre?" The torture of the drunkard hereaf ter, he said, would be, not darkness, nor fire, nor the rack of conscience, bul the "absence of rum." lie plctured the return of the fiend upon an occasion after a journey to fetch a drunkard. The fiend by aoocdent gets a drop of rum upon his wing, and the scent drives new madness into the souls of the tor mented. "One cries out, 'lHal ha I that's ruml' and the chorus' arises from all the damned, 'live me rum; give me rum I'" The Cinoinnati election resulted in the eloction of Mr. Moore, the Republi can candidate for Mayor, and the entire Republican city ticket by majoritles ranging from one to two thousand. In Michigan, in an election for Judges of the Supreme. Court and tegonts or the University, the lepublicans carrie'd the State by the usual party majority on a very light vote. In the town elections in Indiana, 1111 nois, Ohio, Wisconsin, Miohigan and Iowa, the Democrats appear to have gained slightly on the vote of Novem ber. A Cincinnati paper mentions, as one of tUe qualiflcations of a candidate for the mayoralty of that city, his capacity of refusing to sign his name. Louisiana can furnish the Porkopol lets with a number of candidates from among men who have held responsible oficlloes under Radical auspices here, who are utterly incapable of signing their names. If the trouble with Cincinnati Mayors is signing their names, the peo ple there would be safer in having one who cannot sign than one whose merit is the precarious virtue of being able to refuse to sign. Bob--Howling Bob Ingersoll, is lec. turing to the Illinoisans, and the pig headed Grangers of that State say that itf he is sincere now in recommending Hayes' Southern policy, t4ils a tacit ad mission that in the last campaign he was a flatulent demagogue and a bray. Ing Jackass. NEW ADVERTIIEMKENTS. ()OOWI.PEAN. CO W PEAI. Olholn, Oarolina Clay 1'EP4l. Cla('y mlixod and other varlitlio. 400 TONS (,O'TON RKlcl MIKAl,. For sale by A. A. ROtlIEENWOOI) & C().. ap. F1r R.a Pi lill 47 Magzline at root.. Will ho hold Tills EVENIN(, tnl. o' lock. by the Now OrloanA Pool Itoornl,. e0 Carond.lilI. st.rot,) on the Ii'ts of thll Loulslnlnna JoIck.y Club. to -morrow. Commisshlon, St onl t'ols undelltr ,;: oiver 50. 'l per cent. e0p i t, A'FTEN I'ION. RALlrY......... AL... A L?...... - A...ALLY Oitizens of the Ninth Ward wlshIng to attiind the Grand Manss Neetlin at Lafayette square, On FRIDAY. the 6th, at 12 m.. are invited to as snmble at the wigwam of the COLLI N O UA RDH. corner of Montegut and Greatmen streeots. near Natcheo Cotton I'res. at 11 a. m.. prompt. Oftl cors and meb.ers of the Demooratlc and Con servative clubs of the ward are specially invited. and are requested to bring their flags with them. ave It* J. HENRY BEHAN. ATTENTION FIREMEN. GRAND EXCURSION TO MOBILE. To enable our Firemen and others who may desire to witness the Annual Parade of the Mo bile Fire Department, on MONDAY, April 9, 1877, the New Orleans and Mobile Rnilroad Company will issue Excursion Tickets to Mobile and ro turn at the low rate of FIVE DOLLAItS for the ROUND TRIP. Tickets will be good on either train leaving SUNDAY, April 8. 1877. and good to return on any train MONDAY or TUE,tDIAY, immediately following. Tickets can bhe pur chased of J. W. COLEMAN. Ticket Agent. cor ner Camp and Common streets. D. B. ROBINSON. Superintendent. S. E. CAREY. General Passenger and Tiket Agent. nap 2t I ANDING EX BARK ZEFIRO FLRON BOR Sidnaulllx 6 c(asksl CLAP. RT. B*P r'latrac. 25 halt c:sks CLARET B. * P Clairac. 10 casks WIHIT' WINE. B * P -t. (Grmain. 25 half casks WHITE WINE. B * P St. Germain. 5s casks CL .RK', J L. Cote de Lormont, 250' C . (CLARET. B * P Cl.rac. 25 cass C: LA H .T. 1 * P Claitri. pints. 24 V. 25caseWs WHITE WINE, B * P ht. Germain. 10 cascs French White Wine VINEGAR, Cossat Jeune. 30 barre s French White Wine VTNEGAR, Coes sat Jeune. For sale by EDMUND DUBOIS, av6 st 3 Deecatur, formerly Old Levee. Baths--Baite. S...............C at street.......... ..10" Between Bon and Dauphin street 'St e~aur CitI ens' ass IMeeting TO 01 IHfllfD IN LAFAYETTE SQUARE FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1877, AT i ot'CLOto M. ('OMMIyTTlr OP AttiAlSNt(IalNTI. JOfhN I'tlLPA, Chairman. WASi MAnR., Hmorntary. Frank Metiloin. Wm It Behmidt, FL f1Eilhardlpon, A ft May, Parry Nugitet. Julin Valrin, 1) A (iven, Georgn JannR, V.Frdlnanrd Marks, W (I tlark, II F Uhambnnrs, 1E P Itarnshld. Juliau WeiVs, E A lntrkn, Joeph, DowlIng. John Flinney. H K Converce, U OF Enner. . I1 Day, A ('arrlnri . W B lroekntt, John It Kent. ) A Wilson. Hamnuel floyd. A K Miller, J O Morris, if /uhrlier.(, (Ches a.vanen (t W Cnry. A Ilaldwin, John Asftr d., Fithe tllrwlng natmnd nntlmtlemnn have been soe Inhted se Vlne J'roTidlents, and thny Rrn most rn .tnetfurlly rqlursted to attend punntuelly at the hour anlvn named. Iadans will tie furnished to the .nc mlttem anl ofilmrs prnvious to the moet Ing at lth stand: .t P Stllrkkent. HmAual t(Chopn. Aithur i'oin.y, W II iatchlford. (! A MIltonherler. J A llrwsnlmmn, innnm II Rtnaffnr. 'rlhet A Adams. j i, Monthtln, .11 I lood, II J Iltarey., .lnromn Hanley. iL I 1in.1 Uhes T DlPuageon, Dan Morlarity. DnIºell Hlartrtt A P l(iop. A Ilrs,,annu, i llrrtnudrl, fly Atraham, (hao.n lgnt. ( .1 Hlnplsrl, N MF.eran, h.enry I.nglndrr , Uhlriet pporl. Adlm Tholmplson. 0 II Mngann, II Iswler. I N Mark . W Moody. II M ratun.nn. A F llinkmnan. 'Paul (I lil. Ch(a' Pl'lsanrts, ike FltIl, I.11 It ellnell. 1) M Kllpatrlik, Frmsl Loler, Momos (rnelnwu.od. J M Withlorpo.n,. (ino Illlndter. Lataentte Volger. Win Agar. 1C Marunr,.e. .1 II Oamorm. T Fitfwillam, Jun 1' Ma.ct.hne. U I Oilrardey. W (1 aynrtlold. J W Julnn. W 01 Uvyln, Felix Llmet. Thom Bliryans., H (nlly. Henry O.emsllv. II It llnrhormt, W Miller Owen. IElw Ioooth, Ja.ob Horn. W J (natnll, Brown Taylor. V A O,,nrals. Philip Joenoph, W I' Converse. Jacobh laslinger, (Oll A Branlx. IU Marinoni, It A Pope. Win Bokenfohr. BHam L Bov, ( I , L M yu-r. IB I t.ubt.l , (hna H Minal. ton. Ed A I'alfrny. Jnto Holmen, U0 It rnu'kinridgn, V It Watkins. Harrlson Watts, U llafU nt.tl. tIl'hard Millilk n. Jno t MsCann. L Christ. Henry (Orohl. It T Walsh-. T I, Air.,y Nionlas Ilurkn. il A Frederle. Angnlo Honona. Jj (fay, P Virgin. ,Jmnph D)uutnr. D H Morphy. Wm (torduon. Eldwd Page. H Oteri, A Nolasun,. John I Adams, I N $tout mynr. Jno Chluas. Emory Olatpp. .Jno Hegm.lesi, H Ilopkins. Jr. W A Hnmith. Wm C Bhnpard, Onorgn Purvls. iH lorn.helm. Chne DI) Lallandn, Randall Hunt. (hmn T Naih, Jno (I Angell, Louis Hehlwartr., 14 A If Adams. John M (lonuld, J 11 Woods. John Mason, P H Hlrulat.or. (Inorge Nleholson. JJohn W hloaollan., Victor Mlgtrnanl, Ham'I Dlgnsl-. Chrtm .1 lelii, lunnry Hmlth, Hemry Hlallnr. Frol Wang. O()tavn D Armnn,. .tqs A (Ireshaum. J i' Hrrazin. D A (liven. StV (W ollrni. I'll H P'lnlhbuck. 'D U lolliday, J Ii Hummrl, lohlism ilowling. 'l'hns ,eLayton. Aua lhnnt ll.it. O H I All, n. Ii /u..nrhinr. .Ino H (irovwm. E PrrnUgt. A J VIllrn,. hInry (lndlr. Chan E Turpin. Ed ilurkn. Haml lfgan. Manuel Ahareal. 1) It IHolmus. Iltlry Pyohlaud. Jamnnrlu Hye.. W F lalsny. H M Todd, Ji. umn Hwuney. (Chanr A Whitne'y. F M Ziogler. Ham'l H tllll. .iuu A nardner. Jos W Hilone. Perry Nugmnl. J I IHtllIti. Dlward Pl'ae. Thoe L Mesoum. J W ltuxhurough. Elu, Hanu'ok, Carl Klhn, E U Palmur. V Iutur OlIvir. tlUhg Kennedy,. H E Chtallle. Fred Wing. .I 8 Woest..Jr. lO M(Cann. Lloyd It Coleman Paul Foureh y. Ihonel ( IUvy. M Frank, Alfred Mroulton. LA lnvy, Jr. Thos i H Hlunt. J elnnry BIlhan. John ChaiTee, E J Hart. Cain Hartain. II F Chambers. 8 II Kennedy. J O Van Wicekl. 5 8 Ca.rllsu. Emile O'Brihn. T tlhmphardl. R N Lwis. David Wallcer, T C H.rndon. ,Tules TuVes. A P Mason. Victor Meyer, M Z Kuntz. A Ohlapella. N Musson. Bilas Weeks. J A Hall, Olem L Walker. J V Gourdaln. The Committee of Arrangements earnestly request that all laces of business be closed during time of mootlng, say from 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m., so Ias to enable all the friends of Constltu tional Government to attend. A salute of thirteen guns will be fired at 9 a. m. and 12 m. on the day of the meeting. Eminent Speakers will address the meeting. pa 2t MME. J. V ILLIO, Successor to MME. VVE. FABIO. No. 2S1 (IIARTRES f TREElT, is in reeipt of the Ltest Novelties in Spring and Summer HATS. BONNETS FRIENCII FLOWERS, RIB BONS, FANCY ORINAMENTS, MOURN ING HATS Etc.. A nd is oroeared to furnish her custom ers and public in a,-neral with ELFE (;ANT and TASTY WOLK. The ladies would do well to visit my stocs before pur chssing ,Nrewhert. PRICES TO bllT THE TIMES. All country or ders promptly at tended to. aol R 15 22 Sunday Excursions. On SUNDAY next, the 8th inst, the Jackson Railroad will resume, for the Summer of 1877. therunning of their bunday Excursion train to McOomb Cit MKise., and Intermediate points. The train will leave the Gallioe street nepot at 1:90a.m.. arriifn at aOcomb.lt rPat2 SP SI. Jr~ LOUiSIAlA JOOCIEY CCIUB 3 New Orleans, ILa. SPRING MIETING. Coammencing baturday, April 7. FPlat ialy--aturday, April '1 1817. FIIRT BRACO-Hurdle Itam, two mile .over fight. hurdles, eluth purser, tRfe; of whlih 260 to first horse, Sn10 to aRnond. MtEtcOND t ACI--The l'lakw~k Stakes, mile heats frr three year olds: 6$2s entrancn, P. p. with Wteo h added: of whiclh ;oe to first horse, Stio to s .ond horse. TIRlliD RACG -Two mlle for all anna; eluh 0t, ursnr$); of whlch $6em to first horse, 1$7 to seenild horse, and s29 to third horse. elsneod I)ay-T-Pndny. April 10. PFIIRT RAU.-Thra_-qluarters of a mile for all ages: club purse, $26n; of whlch So0a to first horse, $60 to sAnond horse, OS0 to third, I8EOND RlAOl- Post ltakes, for all AMtn two mile he te;: sw entrance, p. p., with ite lded ; of which 40oo to first horse, $100 to sew end. THIR)D IHAOX 6-ne mile, with 160 po.ieds on each, three years ohl to tarry their proper weighlltts pounds allowed to mares and geld Ings; club purse s2ae; of which 0160 to first horse, $.0 to asecond, Yi0 to third. Third fDiy Wdtln.dsy, April il. FIIRT RACIE One mile and one eightHf for all ae.s: club purse 810o; of whlch 22 to first boron, $50 to second, $.a to third. HECOND R11aE--Three milles, for all ages: clu purse $4 0 of which site to first horse, ero ton sond, 140 to thlrd. Til ill) ILAOtC--Mile heats, for all Ages; club ptrso stoo; of which 7*4 to first horse, Slr' to eanond, Veurth Dny--TheredMy, April 12. FIlRlT It 01E Hlurdle Ilandinp, two miles over eight. hurdls., for all agest; club purse 8m00; of which $r f to first horse, $50 to seconnd. HREOOND RACt(I- Rolling Itacn, one mile and a lquarter, hIorses entered to ie sold for $Stlt to carry their proper weights; for $txS) allowed 7 pounds; for l7to In pounds; for $6oo 1 pounds; for Stoe20 pounds. The winner to he sold at auction immedlattly after the race. Any sur plus over the amount entered to be sold for will go to the mseond horse. Club puree $200: of which Sito to first horse, 1So t secoond, $20 to third. THIRD) RATCl -Mile heats, three best in five,. for all ages. Cluh purse 0$4r; of which $a60 to first horse, $100 to second. pillt Day --Matrdday, April 14. FIItRT bRACE- One mile and a qluarter with iSo pounds on each; throe year olds to carry their proper weight: three pounds Allowed to mares anrd geldings, Club purse $600; of which $2to to first horse. $00 to second, $00 to third. BECOND RACF-- The Cottrill Btakes. for three year olds: $26 entrance, p. p.. with $400 added. One mile and a half. First horse $o00, second horse 1eoo. Winner of the Pickwlak Btakes to carry seven pounds extra, THIRtD RACR--Conoonsolatlin R.ac, one mile, for horses that have run and not won during the motning. Chub purse I905: of whlch $10 to first horse, $60 to second, 12) to third. FOURITH RACK--Four mile heats, for all ages. Club purse Son; first horse to receive 51e4, mseond $200. fi all club purses entrance free. and In all such purses a walk-over entitles a horse to first money only. and a horse distancing the field entltled to first money only. Members are notified to call for their badges at the offloo. in Carondelet streoet The rames will nornmencm e at At o'clock D. m. In aase of postponement on account of the weather, a puennant will hie isplayed from the ofRln of the club, 16 Carondelet strnet. uarunrtr-stretch badges for mnetin......... 12 on i)ay badges......... ................. 0o Admlisalon to club stand............ .... 2 0 Admission to field ....................... I . Rlites of Admaleson. No ladles permitted to the stand unaccompa nied 'Dy gentlioren. Invitation balg(e for con.renidnaD t only are pDrronal, and adm Itonly the t reon invitiId. Dluarter-str.rtch hwadge will admit to all parts of the stAnd and grounds. Ties nt of adtlminion to the stand do not admit the holelar to the quarter st.reath. nmtmers are entitled ut a free admission for ladles ac.ompanying them. Ladles arcompenled by members are Invited to visit, the Club- iiouse. Hmoking positively prohibited on the mom bers' stand. All vehllesl must enter by the (lnntilly Road hate, except mmbters.' Members of the cllub and lad.Is accompanying bhern only admitted at the Members' Onat uarter-st.retch a Rlges can be obtained at the oftl.e., is Carondolet street, and at the track. 'Then ' r* of tlhe COty Railroad. Itayou bridge branch, and Orleans Raailrna will leave Clay Htatue. Canal street. every five minutes during the races. atewards. !I. A. Brnaux, C. T. Howard. R.W. Simmons, I. E. (lenny, A P. Mason. A. M. Blckham. .. A. Yorke. W. C. Llpscomb. Timers. II. E. Rivers. J. A. Morris. Distance Judges. T. L. Airey. W. . Krumhhaar. G. A. BREAU X, President. J. r. HORNOR. Secretary. All communications must be addressed to Lock Box 369, New Orleans. ant alrls IV the Planttes of Loutsiana. JAMES G. CLARK, . ............Magazine street..............6t2 NEW OBR NS. --Is now prepared to suppl- PURE PERUVIAN GUAlnO Of any grade, under guaranteed analyIls, as reeelved direct from the Agents of the Peruvian Government in New York. -At Lowest Pricer, And in lots to suit purchasers. All information as to analysis, condition and prices, will be cheerfully furnished on applica tion. p4 E&F a3t FOR SALE. A HANDSOME PLACE OF TWO ACRES front on the beautiful river Teche. comprising 64 acres of excellent. newiy-fenced land, of which 60 are admirably adapted to the cultivation of sugar, cotton, or corn: the balance consistlha of a magnlflcent meadow in which the residence Is situated. The whole property will be sold. consisting of the land above mentioned, and a residence, kitchen, cabins, stable, vegetable and fruit gardens, and all necessary appurtenances. This offers an excellent opportunity to any one wishing to raise stoct, or to cub ivate cotton or sugar on a small scale, there being a cotton gin and sugar mill in the neighborhood. This property has never been inundated. The dwelling-house is comfortably furnished, and will be sold-with or without furniture. For particulars addr esa A. E. 0, Postofee Box 73., New Orleans. fels 2p tf PREMIUM BONDS ALWAYS ON HanD Al) . O. aL-. IN SUl S TO WiT. Nsertekhs tag2 a *t 5,a. IPSlOIAL W1T0W$. Srttle Waving Pledgetl with the tame Sr.e d, sand on whIch bank lnterstt due, re nr(ýr notlfd to ottl nam otherw~fe ýreIWI br t m Naod tt wu.in IoNpAY, April 1I, throiuig 4la 1'e .oear, ar,4At Conrner Royal and Toulonuse. sLia sne Vieawge Assueladelnn--yiorfe II hereby given that an nletilon f r roal.lont ae% hlor and Three rI etorsof th an antin Pledge AesoctalIon will be held April .n, sle7. he tween the hours of e10. m. Ian 2 o M, at the off.e of the Assolantlon, 10 Oravior street. ape lot t, 1. lN'rNTON, Presimdent. New Orclaase, * prol , 1lal?. -1bs New Ploar lonrd holding commissions from ?o#v. F T, Ni.holls, rtt at, the mromr of the board, Imn on prasentatllon of their nommleslons the an was trnered courteously over to thenm. T'he pi th.rA rntired al d Ithe nfw hoard proendl to organi.e. Jia,W. (Juinn, being first atpointed, was called to the chair, and I4. JIurrlve Jr,, was appolnlird nenretary pro tnm. (usteave tloulgoty .na raninously' nonmed P'resdent of the hoard, end 1'. H. lirsO, H ern@ tar , ap6 It'" noretary pro tom. "ire crew t leanis eat Carrelalrt Railroad (d(,rtnenv. Newo rleans. A pil #. 1T77. At. a a ietal mlet ting of the 1Jtitnrl o fl rctotor, elds thin dayR, divilend of W() ANN A FAALFi t'ia (rVaNT wan c ;nld, r td ,nt of te earnirngs of the past three montlhs. Pay asRro to t.l ao+k thlderns of this normp.ny r their legal reprneen tatlvns, on atdl aftte.r iFlY, the 20th inatt. npe tnt W ,Ti , ( fltOUCH. rntary. mlt. iiats, *tiansE hdl bler itf |Ieaieramee lotnoant, norner (ravlet and ( rond let, streets. Now Orileas, A )il 4, 1 877- n conimptl aneo with Article IV of the charter o this eon any, an election for ibght )linctore to anrve dui Ig the ns trning three yrears, will be held at the nie of tle(tmrrianrivon MONI AY, thenth day of April, 1s77, tbtweco fth hours of r1 m. and 2 p. m, ap4lo WILLfAM 11 ,NIrTIRON, Rcf'y, PFer the isake - of1ie or hew luriernii (Ity Itilroarl Comrpany, No, 124 (!anal street- New Orleans. Aoril 1, r77.- Prom this date trains for the ,Lke will leave the city at 7 anrd a o'onock a. in,, every hiour ttieriefer until a o'clyck pO m, 'The last train will leave the Le l n.nl At 9 o'Nlock p. i. (I. (1. LIWI, Heoretary. _ap ttf *,oeuilans Iev e 4ainpaiajny-21 Caa-ron Anlet atreet--New Orleans. March 27 1577--The rnvular annual ntlcltilot of twelve directr,tr of this corn [iraI y, to ervyndurnll the ensulng year, will r.r hl.,ldl at this illcn týtWcen ett 10 hoursR of ia. n. and I p. m., on HAT'IlIL)AY. Arll 7, irtt. 'transfer books will be cloriild on nnd after April 1, t.77. M, A. TAtI.(G'lilN, miha ttd Fl~crcrctnrv and Trrasurer. lrfl.e I'artorsl' and 'rader.I' Insitranee (omlnpaRJn.No, 37 Car~nndelet streete-New Or leane, March 21, 1g77. -n conformity with arQ le asixth of the charter. an election will be held at this offlo on MONDAY, the cith of April next, between the hours of it o'Aolek a. mn. af4 1 o'clock p. In.. for twenty-five truste.s, tlal t've as such for the ensuln IUMA P. WALKER, mh2a lIt Hleeretary. WANTS. WANTED--IIY AN ABLEn-ODIED WHOL, sanle and retail grocery Clerk employment, la ncty or oountry. In any capanitr whatsoever, Unexceptlonable references. A, Ii.. ID morast Office, mhat tf W ANTED - RFOOND-IfAND CARRIAOEI and Iluglins. Any one having such, and wishing to i nls.p-O ofthnm, can flol rredy rlae for themn by calllng on I,. T MAI)IUX, AI Carondnlet street. Also, a full stock of Oar rlhges and lu.g .cns and a complete stook of the Japanese (lhilId's drriage anid (radle, a moet wonderful combtntl-on; In short, a full stook in everythin nappnrtainlng to the Carrlag. business-enll of which will ibe sold at redube prices to s.lt thn limies. The community Is mrnstworditlly Invited to call and examine ate Oarondelet streett. mhil amn ft,. P. MAT)DUX. W ANTEID-A MITUATION AH A THAVEI Ind A..rt for a Drug House, by a man who is fail liar with the huslnnsn, and has ex tenelve nacnlalntainct n i LunIsIana, Minssissppl ent Texras. Imst Now Orleans rnferences given Address 0., Misniseippi (itty, Miss mh W ANTIED-- BY A HOBEI AND IJNU8 trione young man a situation as Watch a., Porter, Ialnmnan or Drivlng of W y kind: s thoroughly acqu.lnted In the city. W Iold ao n thee cntry It desIrod. Address W O. , DRm ocnt offihc, eeetf i ti mmil I m m l m imi mii I /li r | i CGPARTN It RSHIPS. r|lHE UNDURHIGNED WILL PIACTICE Law ilndfr the firm name of LABATT & CLIN TON, at 140 Oravier street. up stairs. DAVID C. LABATT, TIO8. P. CLINTON, mhal lot. LEoN L. ,ABATT. Nw ORitsAnAs.March al, 1877. fIffE CO PARTNERSHIP OF PRITCHARD, ' JICKII M & CO.this dayelxpiroe by limita tion. A. M. RICKITAM, )Surviving .NO. V. MOO)fe.j I'%rtners. TI1E END)RRETIfNNED WILL, CONTINUE the businnses of the latht firm of !'RITCH. A Rrf, BI K 1IAAM & CO. under the firm name of BICKHAM A& MOOEl,. A, M. ~fICKFfA M, . N0, V. M(X)RE, MI. S , I ', 1 r lITCIfARD. apR lot (in commendam.) FOR SALE. LORl HAIR RARE CHTANCE TO RECURE A 1' now and comfortable houon. in thne ixth Dis trit. convrinw nt t., (ars. Vive rooms, hall, gal Inri*s, ampl# sheds, two lots, (ono a corner,) choice fruits aord flowtrs. Title Inimpnach able. Pri're. rone thousand dollars. Address PIiOPE'>ITY, Lock iBox No. a3 Post-Office. LtOR HATrA41N11 FIRST-CLASS 7ICKIET 1' to Richmond, Va.. and two first-class Tick ets to Ht, Louis, Mo. Inquire at No. 19 St. Charles street. mhs* _ FOR RENT. rO RENT.-Three elegantly furnished rooms, in a Oentral location, convenient to two lines of city railroads, to rent, on very reasona ble terms. No more conveniently lcaterd or better furn ished apoartments b had In the olay. For partic.lars call at the oflee of mfe Dsgo. OmAT. INPORTED BONNETS, FRENCH MILLINERY, Corner of Royal and Bleavlioe itreet.. OBAND OPENING OF NEW (001)8. apI 1W Ladies Invited to attend. ALDERNEY DAIRY - AND - LADIES' LUNCII ROOIMI 142...... Canal Street ...... 142 Refreshments in home style at living prices. Open from 6 a. m. to p9 . m. Closed on Sundays. mhs Imr P. BOURON, Succesnr to ARMAND O8UBIE. GUN' MAKER, . DEALER IN + 1ýýýDOBTLE AN RTRNOLE HABtRT. IFIWLINdI PIECES, BELTS, PISTOLS, GAME BAGS, SHOT POUCIIHES, POWDEK PLA.SKS. AND FISHIIING TACKLE, POWDEII, ShOT AND CiP5, No. 134 4 hartres Street, between Toulouse nod rt. Louis. New Orleans. FIRE ARMS PROMPTLY REPAIRED. apD 15l Office Louiasana Cotton Tie Co. The patent TIE and PULLT i ownedby this Company having been fully tested at the Cham pion Press, is now offered to press owners and shipmasters at a moderate price. An average of fully Of, y bales per hour and times over sity bles er hour, has been ompressed and tied !ý ttl. proe.ss.nd with pracetie It Tibelievedtllet an avusltwmmrlofa .Bf bWBL ' AOI rMT Op f SIxv O *)4 rn. Ohsrleer .'tteet. The only Thnntre ontel in the $10. MIngnomernt for One Week Only, Clo ouemeua Paundy, Aptll 1, 11I7, 0? the (Ireat Oharneter Aotor. Ma. JOHN YHOMSPRMfN. pant(1 Cty Mondaiy Tnueday and Wswlneasl nttnee-Av ýrhl 1, i. 9 anst 4--'rhe epoaialtp r rama of ON LIANI. Weslneedaiy snd d''hresnsey -Aorhl 4 red --TbI Rqw drnamasntitieel Yx , TI. 'itt Hl1Oiy Frid?( ar unslnslt nysievandesitnr ivflay tnqe,. OflOR~ ar hilt unsfy, A jsrl4. oIjtflds.April 4-Bssonslt of. Mr. W. F. POWZIL In (vdiivetý reariratlon and will eh'.rtly ,le , t± It e omlo nenaR1t1o. or the 1)R1. enrols II ron 1MT. PAUIJI'M UIIUJRCU Ar MT. PAThlI(HI I' ShALLI, Puldny, Agtil 6, 1IM?, alt . P. MI. xrwXTnP oNr (;oMM fTrltit. Jdas. MnWO9ans1g. W. 12. (IuIve1rlths. d. aldr, r,. Ll. flow~s, 11, Ilsesoe, i1. IoawelI. 1. MOeandliaeb. N. Coleman, W. (i. DOykle, C, It, Ailon, M. It, Charke, 1,, Ifnywarsl. P' P. Logan, (seo. Vhnetnt. ft. Upton. A. Jrtlttin, L.HAywaRd.l W. lien nhaw, Capt. L. Coltkon. ,TWod 1. Jartlette W. Pllorts, W. Wolfe, r. U. (:. Lee,, E:. Undetrhill. PI cOcRA M)M14 f55 - Ml'lliga E400aE'e gtgCOapgoyv. fly lath, I nfantry Jiand, who hav'e kindly vol. unteIsred for the. one.ftson. Mother (loo e'e P'rnlogtna. The mrh rof her Army. along, by Archle Jfsmieon. Ulng-thongi Bell. agtý fill She'.v. ~iras 8r,-veep. MtletO~-VPs·AJ,. Hlnq It Song 41xpenria. FJack and 01I11. ages-rrraw. MsIsIil-V0:AL. Mietreess MIrnY, Whsen I wa a yB nel6r. Isollysn an her Mumma. MUsto-VOCAL,. OildIJIIpgý C"'le. 1Lttle Mriss Msffett. Lit4tle Bol Bils. Mwusswtr. Old Woman In the ?lhos. Admlslson..................... Twrsty-five erjce. flefreshments at the folio-wing prloe": Joe, Cream, lee., with Strawbers lese, gld. ; ALm onade,, re.: Boned Turkey, ano.; Chicken Salad, ga0.; oorte. tae.: other things eiqually rexacssa ble. Fxtrai ear provdled af5er midnlight. 4114 PROZhuIOWAL OAISA . B. M. Oay. JAI. D.3u6 ATTOBNZTSI-AT-MAW. N. S aGramad .t Stw.er. doe 31iY, JLLIS a ELLMS lobs Nohner. T. Q. W. ills. Ll John N ATTOBNEXS-AT-LAW, NO.w allAP STIIERT. New Orleans. L. hate SELF-IIEATIN1O, coo NOHII ONIIRISI¶OJ One Whole Set of Irons In O e. ONE IRON, WITH TWO PLUGS, WILL DO ALL THE IRONING AND FLUTING ONE HAND CAN DO WITH ANY NUMBER OF IRONSB It is a Nickel-plated case Iron, with a Woodgs hand piece. heated and continually kept hot by two cast-iron ulIus. ITS ADVANTAGEB . half i.lrst- -Save r e. narily se., In tronIXId rroeesss - Third-. Can be heated with either coal or wood irs stoves or grates. Fourth-We use all ides of the iron and uti ize all the heat, thus gining one-hall on the o Droces. Fifth-Always clean; never rusting, never beingr expgeoseO to soot. Sixth-One slngle heat will Iron from thirtr minutes to one hour, according to weight . - moisture of the goods. Seventh-The fire you cook with can be U for ironing. even whtle the stove is cov ~ with vessels, thus saving the entire amonut fuel used ordinarily ýn Ironing. .ork. Int and gr oal and xosa&r than any other iron isShe worthe Ninth=-Saves time, fuel andar. maw firkan uresntAUafy the oM one-fed bEow J. M JBjR fir