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A _ I_ or KV010.-- "!{ht tW. R.
inuful piWof *"'lke dale," Mr. Power af
to$ grey .fter Kally se MiUe Moren+n,
d lePu untu'ry A n,, Brmine Wtlmot,
to Thompson, laura ele olr nd . mil
mar reeo otively, Me P'Iranoe MdU, )Inrn
, ih, cif at , St an d Aarah dyykes.
.We stnoely wlsh Mr. Power a full hose., for
a more oonsotentioUe motor we have never sn
on the boards of ny of our thseatre. Mr. Power
besides po ,sseee talebt whiob might be said to
be of brightest order at timne1s, without
oeugerallon. We eluierely hope that he will
receive the oompllment whibo he deserves.
On Friday nest Roland leid takes his benefit.
VAntTtmse Tnan'ra.--The oontrfband oblldren
will live their sanual oharity entertalnment on
trlday Dest at the Varietees Theatre.
MY . PATItwl'e flAt, ,s-The lrih Minstrera and
0Mevoy's libornioa open on Wednesday for a
Ihort season at thill Lail.
GO.aawiAt HIc.t,.-Tiokets can be saenred
daily athell fo the lail for the compllmentary connert
to Mr. Angelo Torrianl, to be given on Weduee.
day everlng.
OGa ..n CoQoasI,--The islehop Polk looloty,
0meposed of leading ladles in the Fourth )liltriot,
g aie teltr ,rana oonoert and reception at rirone
WJd4 lus l tg.morrow evening.
Bamxwrr' VIAVountSWu armAure..--The 4uper
O hl n f se aeroto nonetl. in their per anc
and , reat d ra ngt.i They are warranted
e m the poIou oii ols sod Mold M . whIch en.
ter into the compoeltion of many of the otletious
bhall . voer now In the market. hey are not
enly true to their names, but are prepared fromn
fmits of the beet quality, and are so highly on
eentrated that i oompartitvely madll quantity
only need be ased.
River News.
OFFIC. NEW OtRLIANS DBIMOOBtAT,
Mond Y Morniuhge April .I,
AnatvAt..- Isabel, Trenton, It. John, Willie,
J. W. O(rrett and barge lob. Yoong Thoe.
Sherlook, lava, Blue Wing, . J. BIaker and arges.
To Aatrntv. -W, J. lichen, ol,. A. P. Kooun,
Bed River; (he., Morgan, Ohio; Henry Tete. An.
eumption Lafourhe; mimma, Lower Coant; ier
Op us ovese . Allen Boo Her It. IaE.
V.Ykeburg; John .II, Manns, John doward,
Cotton Valley Onablits; Tom Parker, mtan
rit; W. J,. Poltevent, Sa)ou Maoou; H. U.
lYger, St. Louis.
The wind exhausted its force Saturday night
and, with the CloUds, disappeared. Yesterday
te k w as clear ase summer's day ead was
li osmmdlu I tleasant.
The ol roable layes eto-day for Baton Rogee;
e needn't mention the name, for of course
everybody knows we mean the St. John, of which
the pleaeant Frank Bergeron ir tO jain.
The Trenton, leaving oev ry Mon..y and Thure
day for the Lafonrohe goes through to Thnbo.
dens each trip, and takes freight se low a any
-- I hM. the bade.
The Blue Wing o. 8 le- te'tleated Is o ther
solemn as a regular eemwiwokly l'laquemine and
Coaet packet, leving every Wednesday at 19 m.,
end aturdy at t p. m. apt. J. A. Ometook in
commend, aor Woods and Charles bene
--dTe •trhdtay peackets Sandy No. 9 and the
Smerth ezohange days. The Handy leaving
heretofore every Saturdy, las over and will take
Wedneedays. The aerths, due to-night,
haging from Wedneedy to aturday, and
naelarly on that y thereafter. Capt.
BOO l-id Utakes command t h and Mr. J.
. 8ohmidt in the oIlo . (Uapt. Troundale goes
on the Bertha, Mr. Theo. Jobin olerk.
Aloide Albert late of the Henry Tote, takes
charge of the lower deck of the Mary Ida today,
The Robert Young arrived yesterday from lied
river and will be laid up. The Young loft here
la February, under contrao with Hamilton & Co.
of Shreveport, to run between that plae and
Od river. A broken contract, a law suit for
aIn00, and the Young's return here Is the result.
Opt. Danitls reports a severe rain, hail, end
wind storm Saturday night, below Baton Rouge,
the severesr he ever experlinoed.
The levanwville J.urnu seays: "The train from
Terre Haute brought the Morgan a large nun
ber of pauongers. who mtade the round trip,
giving her about seventy rnund.trip people,
among whom were Gen. (Geo. Steele and ware,
of Bookvtlie: Judge J. (rain, Judge Bam Max
well, Jacob Rtiller, hMr. Pruitt, id. Sibley, Id.
Smith, td. Taylor, J. S. Lows, H. A. Newton, J.
. Dunn, It. Spenoer, H. N. Bowmen, Miss War
ner, P. Mitchell an I wife, J. W. i'oundtaein,
Miss Grubbs and Miss Star. They were acoom
panled to this city by R. L. lirdoer, General
2leket Agent. ant Mr. Davie of Terre Hlute
who returns from here. Harry W. 8rtin aseigned
them rooms and had them all quartered sete
thoiorly tq less than a half hour after the ar
rival of thi train. We were sorry to see our old
fMrend, Gen. Steele looking tNble and much re
duced in flesb, but hope this trip will serve to re
store him to health."
The Morgan will be found at the landing title
morning and will certainly leave for Oineionati
Wedneday. ShBe is commanded by Capt, Albert
Stein, "the man who never leeps.'
The Commonwealth is on berth for St. Louls.
The Emma, leaving to-day for the lower ooast,
gs to Heappy Jack. Bhe Is a through boat, a
ood one, tdoes lo. of business, and has one of
ae most popular captains on the river. That's
what's the matter with the Emma.
Capt. Wise sold the Frank Willard Saturday
to Capt. Dick binoott for *8000. Uapt. Wise will
leave or home this week.
Don't forget the Governor Allon. Just as sure
as the sun rises and sets, that certain i. the
Allen to leave every Monday and Friday for Bayou
Sara. As a mail packet, she can't be best; a a
Sne steamboat, she never had a superior in the
rt de.
The Thomas Sherlook arrived Saturday night
with a very fine trip from the Ohio, hnd is receiv
ing to return to-morrow without fail, going
through to Oinolnnati. the Sherlook a a flnue
steamer, well managed, and a very popular one.
Capt. Law Kates command,; Mr. N. L. Virden
has charge of the ofnle.
Attention Is callet to grand excursion adver
Meement of the It. E. Lee, in another part of this
paper.
The regular tri-weokly daylight Upper Coast
packet Eva, Louise anson master, Norbert Ran
son and Gso. O. Heno clerks, leaves to-morrow at
10 a. m., promptly, for the tBen Tureand planta
Mon.
The regular tri-weekly Lower Coast packet
Emma, O. Canton, Jr., master, 1. J. Donovan
clerk, leaves to-morrow at 1 p. m. promptly.
The semi-weekly Coast and Baton Rouge pack
t St. John, F. Bergeron master, J. O. Bergeron
elek, leaves to-day at 5 p. m.
The Gov. Allen will leave to-day at 5 p. n.
for Bayou Sara and all mail landings. J. J.
Brown master, . 8. Streok, elerk.
The regular Monday and Thursday Coast and
S8you Lafourohe packet Trenton, In place of the
W. J. Poitevent, leaves this 5 p. m. U. D. Terre
oStte master, Gabe Block clerk.
t Henry Tete leaves to-day for Bayou La
The peerless Robt. E. Lee will be found at the
ladig this morning receiving to leave to-mor
row fo Vicklburg and all mail landings. apt.
Win. Oanmpbell in command, Mr. A. A. MoVay in
the oMee, assisted by Capt. John oesop.
The new, feet and handsome New Orleans and
Oaschita Transportation Company's steamer
John . Hanna (in place of the Onachita Belle),
J. W. Blanks master, Joe Holmes clerk, leaves
Wedneday, as usual, for Ouaehlit City. Bee
her advertisement in another colume.
The Col. A. P. Koune, of the New Orleans
snd Bed River Transportation Company, leaves
Wednesday, at 5 p. m., without fal, for Shreve.
pert and Jefferson. M. H. Kouns master, Isaac
Bones clerk.
The steamer J. W. Garrett, from Cincinnati
with three barges, arrived yesterday. A portion
of her argo consisted of 14,076 eacks corn and
ea brge shy.
The seamers Eva and Blue Wing No. S arrived
yesterday afternoon frcm the Upper Coast.
The steamer H. J. Baker, with two bares,
from the Wabash river. arrived yesterday. Her
cargo consisted of 27,488 sacks eaorn.
[By Telegraph.]
D:3tL, La., April 8.-To Lord & MoPeake:
Plenty of water in Bayou Macon.
J. L. ROBBINS.
Clerk steamer IV. J. Poitevent.
xCaauros CLIPreNS.
Prratwsa, April .-Jlhn Kennedy, of the
towboat Seven Ses was arrested to-day for em
Kd n-ees n s lle.e.e d einr
aw No.2, I ht -
0. .b.Ke
aZa~B'k;~'F"~~~
Iar i rin is th Arkassu to let . e ar
.oe VP. , obeok will be ready for braige
to.morrow mOrniag, when she will drop down to
the wharf boo ad oortmooese rooolving for WlV,
Orlans.
aptlait A. lt. Halilday writes from it. Johns
rlvehr bt business is vety dull tup there. He talk.
of sllig out and returning home thie osrirl to
build a boat for the Otninnati and Noew Orleana
trade.
Jao, Cou, aea well known Yaoo river mate who
died a few dads since at Vickeburg was a soldier
noder Gen. aerdee during the *Are iater.litat.
war, and never failedtto go to the front when duty
O•aBd him there. There e i sominethlng of a blo
in the appointment of James O'Neal as lull In
spestor at t. Lois, , The ootlmislon was made
out to John O'elial and Intended for James, there
being no John in the business. Mr. lurtett, the
oresent incumbent, has friends earne. t7 at work,
to prelent a orrctlon# of the error, and O(pt.
O'leal has gone to Washington to atrounavent
their workintps.
MARINE NE WS.
OYRIU 1 N1W OIL.*AN D1oMOGOJAT, I
April e, 1877. .
Arrive*,
tsrit tatehlpi Oblon, Onmptyll, tfrm lt.verpoo.
vih Westb Idle. to)l no Zoroga Aoo--
Ntalamslip Morg.n clty, lhtnd, from New York. :lst
tilt, tot A Whtiuay &Amo rAlgiet.
XTIAMM I*ATl,
Thos Lht(rlnok, Ketoa, From (,ininalst
habel, O'T'ry, tihan Iower (Jlast
Wllen, D11ltullolelt, hrom lower inuest.
'I'Trctmt Terroboon", rht"r Thibllnatu
It W (arrett, lituth, rromn Uloinnetll, with :I
ltobt oiung, DIual.a, flootm braeport
lt .John, tIrr ron, frot lillton, ltuge
Wille Kiielth, Iom t Martinville
tle, l.netnn, frml utppner (Joet
liltn Wing 'oe , oatnei.,k. tIrm nUpper (ionst
A .1 alter, P',., from. Wabash Itiver, with two
Selew (leentl lip.
Ship (laedntllita, Putter, 41 daye from t.lvtrpostl, to
master
f1la bIrkentine Ulnmtinro, COunitt, 70 dayn r.mn Pla
lenl, to (I (eranto -
Ital brig Madinssks, ttaraehro, oil days fo. Maosint,
to taster:
Brig UOttlksk, .art, 97 day from New York, to
mast, rer
Boit' Abtsi UGotse, Corton, itP lnys tfrmi Chiarlanton
to ontastr -
Nor Iark Talbot, Olsen, tilt day froiu lIelfa.t,, to
Ship Wtn 'l'apo ott, Wymtan, 47 days rfrom ilverpool
t't [tens Meretg s lno-
tpal Iartk Vll No lembte, is dsye from niavana, to
l'ul, (.lrrl &oo
p NoW YOK- - er nkeamnhlp Morgan (lty--- An
, rtted mado
Recalps of redlrees.
a I1INUINNATI-Pet steamer Tnem tlhilook----Ilt
ptgsa hfrnlture Adams & Work-$1it basl ssp 100) hasl
"asdles Alkens.-Of phl iron A Hlidw n ic-oo- bbli
r wlasky Btlak's Ltun-. ige mdseJ W BUrbrlblA.
oo.-t bil t pie V1 Iri d 0ll l0-bu ttr l -P
I 1nolondlo-. pkge snap 4 L BoydtB0- bbls dour A
'T liennetlt-t-10 s gl gsIl bble apples 1+0 pkgs hotser
a 1 bns mneats I Dellloedlo-- bis soap A uwndso_-
1 i0 kge mdse lailedraekson A Larte---711 pe Rone
Iror &eo---1100 lbtle masl 10t0 bil flour I Lair.
s hioln Ioo-4 balel hoops IH loltte-00 ha Iutter
11 Iltogreve--00 bbl flour Olover & Udoludahtl-7
bbhhls baa Gordon I& tloile-7 p0 dge de (Gaiues
& Reti-44 do Mrs d Gatuche-d0 bhas starch r l lver
S& Odeudahl-7 thdis iobaoe blhipper' order--ib blbl
whlsky Hermeanl I VLMuse-Ida--u Hilrash, Adler &Mo
--0 bte glassw re U tallor-a .alks do Ital & Erill
--9 hhds tobacoo I bh samlples N IIernabelm L Hrt--U
t rolls leatbor Hlorter A VPnuner--OO0 bls ldour loward
I& reston-i Ibis wblsky J 11 Jlungue-lt pkgs mdm
SKursheradt A Blelsunvn.-.0 bare ltn U (I Joanasou-.
40 pigs kliatr K N Keep & a Rloae-i tpkgs bark Kim
bid u. Iaynor--4 bhid tobacco t.no King kton-4l lx
soap J K lovy & 8on--3 do II M Larry-- oses mnoe
J A Lam otoo--14 pk glassware sV fai er--Ist lkg
imdl0 L L.ocome--4 do r-l Lyon.---3: do '1 McKen
drlok--l do McGlratlh & Coapton--- bhas omsp J 0)
Morris- -t do U McIraw---7 phlrs eggs Miller I
Mayer--lli baues Iay J C Murphyll--4 enrmes p-per .1
Mayer--40) oa*is o gon a Muim orrld Watsai.i--I-S
bbl whisky 10 hf do J Mayer & Non-- ..- bx sioap J
Nelson I a4----70 bus lard :l. toeldo I A Norkm-- -40
lile all 1e 0 hbs candles I bit hardware N h Ik M It I
---11 til bila tpotoaua 10 bole fruit 404 hales bhy Chlul
I'leasamlist-1 hibl glas.warn A rel.er- US pkiis Iro.
Ric, IHorn &0o-94) bble whisky Italisell & Ilall.- I dl
OUhonltelld-19 pkgs bulttre :too him l I al 10 tLlerats
hams Mlihwuloa)lahr, Iriowm*felll & l'felfor ---. Ilot Itron
and plows Itailior, Macreosly Co..---11 Ierroe hbitla
behwlabaher & tUlrah--- I bilt whl ky Nobihlilt &
Zlneier-.Q100 hib tuadles Thol N mns & Lovy-S pkgs
lselware J N Scoutt- 100 bbls dour J A tslgoer---.- 9
bas books NMvluour & Steven.--e8 pkgs adaie ' N
Thayer--IO0 lo t M Todd--.O pkla butter (1 W Tall
ac--.-- pk0pi mdle 1C Vinet.---10 thsreos hams Vaso
Bros-470 .e s glase WP 0I--: b ocsle It W Wymuan
7 pk.glaesware Meyer Wei-l-l hhd i t l ems Wayne
I Williamln--4 hklse potatoes Zuherbler & Bnhllan--
917 bales bioatuflf order Bio lFactory-9il0 bblo meal
13' bales bay W A Howell--ts pk msn It It TCo
--38 bl esag Milor A Meyer-l 4 aseoks bran t0 sacks
corn Uhl 1'lemunte-lll0 do T King too-1i0O sacks
oata Sobwabaoher Frownlfeld & I'telfer--t131 do O4il
sacks corn Joe Wset (te.-l14f do E Ii Fairchllld,
Ion to0-.91 do order It H Itoblisoni--s114 do Oscar
C(hopin--4iN do IDolzn &eo-1t007 do a rder W A liow.
oel-.10 satks bran Valrlan Martimer--00 sacks eorn
Jnao Phelps &oo-400bus maile 100 bhoes aoap 9s box.o
candlhes 0 boxes bacon I bbll whbIkv G Ihbla oil :. 4
pkg. furniture U A Whitney to----:i73 batles coton
hMceaie, ltnowden & VioletL--I do Jun Phelps &co
-lot furniture and sntndJes to order-Total :141 bale
cotton 1. hhds tobacco
LOWERl UOAST-Per steamer Isabel- uandrics
to ao der
LOWERL COAST-Per steamer Waloon--undries
to order
TIIIIODAITX- Per steamer Trenton- 10 hhd.
sugar P Lanans---7 bbll oclstern uttr 2a l ibbls mn
llasse 4 bbls sugar I bbl rice Conger & Kelly-3 bbll
mnolasseu I hhl sllgar A . Itlakman--sundrliea to
order-Total 11 bds sugar 4 bbls do :II bbls nolasses
I bhi rico
IINCINNATI-Pir isteamer J W Oarra.t-.1 barge
auy C(uhs 'leMaaltt--1)398 sacks corn ThiI. King &,Ao
- 10214 dlo II 1 Fairchldl, Non &Lto--hl do John 'i'
Moore &ko-tli09 do Howard & l'rtstoni---:53I1 Vairln
& Mort.lmer---1116 do Ullver & Ode ditl--- 160tl do
Clina Plaaoaut --.-14 do Jhit West &co-3011 do
SNhwabacher, Froweineld & I'Pllfer--70 sacks malt
I If 'lTtanr--.tlt sacks blun 174 sacks eareeolegs I104
sacks shlnstallff Varllin & Mortltner---141 aelks bran
Glover & Olentdlahl--l00 bbll fluur loward & Prosten
--931 do 0011 bbl lumeal VairIn & Mortimer--el do 140
bbls flour (lover I Odendallil-t4 dto Chia Pleasants
-175 do A T Bennett----7 do 100 bihs total Schwab
acher-, Frowenfell A Pfelfer-13 bhl flour IRandolph
& Dunnice-0O do 40 bbl nseal e II Fairchlld, Son &
eo..115 do HE H Wilsoa & MllI--100 bbla flour W II
Mattbews l& ro-O00 do J A Stalger--tiO bales bay
Chse Pleasant.- 975 sacks oats II T Lawler--850 do
ogrs & Mitchell-300 do Chas Pleasanta-2,0s bbls
pork order Kent Bros &oo-lot mdle J C Willard-do
J I1 Hubbard---99 pkgo mdase R.t LeBlano--10
sheet tiron J 1) Eewards-9- wagn r J Ford---- do ,
learne--14 Ildl box stuff order--4 wagons W W
Walker--4 do 1) Stewart--s0 bdlls Ir n B J West-Il
pkgl mdee H Budlg-Il pkgs eggs E B DslBondlo-- I
pkgs glasswate U McGraw-3 page mdse H Flyan
lot mdseI R IT Co-15i0 bus candles t00 bxs soap C A
French-6 pkis mdse A Costello-3 do I L Lyons--l
M Dietriol--37 Meyer Well-96 A Pleser-35 A Wolf
-7$ Schmidt & Zeigler-30 E J Hart &co--22 dos
barrows M MMcGraw-25 do Wang & Cottam-45 do J.1
G & B i pkgs mdse B Pfeifoer--7t do C A Whitney
&co-enndries to order
SIRIEVEPORT-Per steamer Robt Young-101
bales cotton J L Harris &oo- 76 Jno Phelps &co--k9
Jno T Hardle koo--. T L Airey &oo - 18 Clapp Bros
Aco--6 J P Harrison jr Aco--5 Alous, Boherek &
Antey-9 Graham, Black Aco-1 J H Mullen &co-1
T L Airey &co-- R T5Buckner & Bro-1 C L Walm
sley Aoo--1 Richardson & May -49 head cattle C
Mehle &o--sundries to order-Total 264 bales cotton
49 head cattle
BATON RBOIGE-Per steamer St John--100 bbl
molasses MoStea & Value..57 do Meyer, Weis &co
37 do E M Scott-- do Nalie & Cammuacok-9 do 14
hhds sugar E J Gay &o---1 bale cotton Temple S
Coons oOe-l sacks seed cotton Birsch, Adler &ceo-i
bbls sugar Queyrouze & Bole-3 do EM Scott-sln
dries to order-Total I bale cotton lsacks seed cotton
14 hhds sugar 5 bbla do 906 bble molasses
ST MARTINVILLE--Per steamer WtllIe--1
bales cotton MeGehee, Snowden & Violette--2 bble
sugar J M Lockhart--- bbla molasses 1 bbl cistern
bottom 15 hides Rykoski & Mamade--sundries to
order-Total 19 bales cotton 9 bbls sugar 3 bbls mo
lasses
UPPER COAST-Per steamer Blue Wing No 3
sundries to order
UPPER COAST-Per steamer Eva----undriee
to order
WABASH RIVER- Per steamer A J Baker
96,113 sacks corn Gordon & Gomila-1365 do Joe West
&o--sundries to order-Total 27,488 sacks corn
By Rcalreade
MORGAlF8 LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL
ROAD.
Apll 8--60 hhde snugar J A Walsk--1 do J M
Wash-I-.e F P aevin-14 bblh molasses Robert
Hare-I4 wool Dymond & Gardes-3 dry hides
Valetem avo ba'es moso L Bibolet--i do F P
Seva bo--s bIs J Thibaut--41 sack roh rice
JPseist -4 bales meesk i Al - 013
bhle. 1 hides h a y M - 5 o
iti bales mesa y Mata
ate-Cs &dS Wright-I do Lairl Aoo
dingsr B Ibis de 14 bblu slasses 41
i. M. E B. J. MONTGOMERY.'S
Furniture Emporium,
ARMORY HALL, 87 CAMP STREET.
-0
The Largest and Most Centrally' Located Furniture
Establishment in the City.
Conntantly on hand., and t the LOWICET MARJIT P'ItUEN. the tnrgnet and lnbt neleoted
Vaaortlnnllt of
PARLOR 000cS
To ho found In the South, oonlntltng of
Saluts Upholstered In Brocatel, Cotoline, RepS, Terry and Hair Cloth,
and Finished In 0111.
MABDLIE TOP INLAID OAb and PANOT TA.
B.tiL4 Freonh PIVATf MIItt01 , and Patent FVo)
UOAIItM; dune BEDlROOM HUtI, wlth Frotnob Ptls.
rss.r Ireeclnh, (.m ese and Armoirn; minanitieon
French plate HALaL ITANtDf with fAItGt OtUAIPU
to matchl; DININO-ItOOM sand Id IAItY HUITHo'
every IradNO.
A cnmpleti asortmnnt of MItDIUM and (OMMO~
FURINITItfR, of every .rtlae sultablo for oountry
and plantation ne.
A large s.tCk of boxed antd knook down Furniture
and (hhaire.
PitNlt4 IAIII and MOSI MATTfIMtICSl, flAiJs
and PFA'lfI '4lI, IA)WH and iOLtATEI.S, an
LOUNGIGII, made to order.
ALL OF OUR 0OODH A h FVROM THE IWBET 1FATOIRTEH, BOTH EAMIT
AND WE.IT, AND OUR PIRIEH AlRE TItI LOWEIST IN T'll CITY.
All GoLtod4 vtlv.r.k sull w*hlipnud frn of nhergan. T)lnking our frionldh stll thet ptsbllo
for their tnaL pltrne.Jnso , wo eoliuflt an cotlnutnnon of thlo ncttmo l the f.uturn.
R. M. & B. J. MONTUOMEIRY,
Armory Hall, No. 87 Camp Street, New Orleanm.
lnhtl I f
T EX An
STATE FAIR,
177.
Eighth Annual State Fair
OF TEXAS
Wihld, 114 ltitf, IN
IIOITMEI'ON,
(!OMMtIN('N1(1
TUESDAY, MAY 22.
Prrinium Lists or infornlatlion on apvliste
tiot, to JAN I. I)UMi#If,. HMornetry,
1)1 .:it il( 5l1od l . 'r,.'Ln5 .
BATII.. IATllII. IIATIH .
EmazIprart 33tathlsmr,
i. IIUalIt i ,
No. 11 Itanspt.t Mstr.t.
"lI' lwoon .r 1. lll l, ui ul '1''ululoIe" sItrrI, ls.
ITTl' I AtOJIIM 1)A'l'I1$. lhot iai1l ' id watnr
laths a1t 31o ,0n(i1 . ' pH GoL
J Uluti AltON
(tOItNN4Rl.LOi AT I.AW,
140 (Iritevlor stret,
Now Or'ti!n, ,April ;,H77. ___ .1_ ait r.
SELF-H EATING,
"NOUI D'lllSI1I
One Whole Set of Irons In One.
ONE IRON, WITH TWO PLU(G. WILL DO
ALL TIlE IIIONING ANI FLUTING
ONE ITAND CAN 1)O WITH ANY
NUMBEII OF IRONS.
It is a Nickol-plated CiLo Iron, with a wooden
hand pioe, htratedl and continually
keut hot by two east-Iron plugs.
ITS ADV ANTAGES.
First
Saves one
half or
moreof the
fuel ordi
narily used
in Ironing.
Second
Saves three
fourths of
the walk
ing and
iat iron
'orocess.
Third
Can be heated with either coal or wood fire
stoves or grates.
Fourth-We use All 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 goods.
Seventh-The fire you cook with can be used
for ironing, even while the stove is covered
with vessels, thus saving the entire amount of
fuel used ordinarily in ironing.
Eighth
Does betteF.
work. im,
Darts more
,moothness
mnd gloss
Trom the
nickeled face
and rounded
glossing heel
than any other iron in the world.
Ninth-Saves time, fuel and labor: thus saves
money:; is the only practical Patent Iron on the
market, and will eventually take the place of
the old one-faced irons.
J. M. BRAND, Sole Agent,
oes Canal street.
mhsl Im
PREMIUM BONDS
aWAYS our HAND AND 1o0 saLe n
w-m 4 +sat.,
RAILROADS.
BIIMAT JACEllOlm I OUTK.
NEW OBLEANS1S, ' , A. r J D 01l0 ICAGO
DOUJILE At 0 t11 TRAINE7
will hispart an arrivn a to l wrll t from Ualope
strea sdpot fronm March U , 1r77:
LIT. aiTh.
xPv reas 1, i i:p, m. xpros a(o..l:2.0am
maroa N o., :2Noa. Imn Cxuprtw No. ., 1:4na.m
. I and 2 run dally, a and 4 dally exmopt
i'D PAIAU SIX!~ ýa 4O %tAI1
throull to (Iiil.ninnatl, I onulv( , (hlnego, Caa
ro sld MiIlan, Taln;.,, without nhnAUao, anli for tS.
tLouist a hlnpor is taken on at allan enabling
pnaaenlsra to gK Lrough without Ieving the
tlrllnay gvnning's train makes no no nnotion
ait .buuo g (or (bhlot.
Ant molation trl lia btwoen Now Orleans
aRTJlIMUQmh ldlty:
1saave Pe4w Orl~ans a:no p. m. Taturday; 7:70
a, arnd 8:L p. in. lt.ltlay.
Arriv :)6 m in. and v:'o p. m. Hundlay, and
T:i , m, Inorls da,
Tloktsa for sal ad lnformation gtlvenat 22
OCamp atreet, corner owmmt non , 97 lton t lotoel.
E. D. Paos. Gaenrasl anauer. m
TEE OJINA 'II';; in '0 l't't TO TUN
EAST. NORTH AND WEST,
Via Loultvllo. via AUlantc an via t.Iaonis,
CARiYIN(O ThIsuU. 1 MAIL,
Treqlns arrive and vt part from Doptt. 1 ot of
u Aual avlrt,. Anol.owVM
xxpress......6:48 rt. m. lxpraa......t l: a. m
Dr.ts......15:1I tp. m. xprma.ss..... :6s p. n,.
Pullman n'alie (tarws ddliy to (lnilnnat, Lou.
Isvlii, Nas vlllo ad HIt, !oul. without , ,angie
and only ono haio th, u w Y'vosk and ELastern
Titkit Oto. norner of Camp and Commos
O. Ii, JMtilf4). Mnprl ntend't.
mh.2tf J. W. (,l.IMAN. Tl.,tt Agent,.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
ANT. AAnntxau. O. C(Aanuna.
E. L. CAnaIaIn. O .uts. J. Oatasais
A. CARItlERIE & 8ONN,
COMMISSION MERCHIANTS
" Corner Royal and Customhouse.
Liberal Advances made on Consignments to
our friends in
LONDON. LIVEIPOOL.
Jan2 8m HIAVBE and BORDEAUL.
LEON QUEYItOUZE. OOAB BOIS.
QUEYROUZE & BOIS,
Wholesale Grocers,
DEALEIRH IN WINES AND IIQUOBRS
And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE,
At the Blsue stores.
Corner Old Leves and Blenvilll streets,
4tl14 '76 iv Now Orleans.
LI UIDA TION.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY.
'I'Th well known ,htIlsinthmentof
I. DID C()R'TE,
as it. Charlem street,
1s now soilling out at a groaLt sacrflooe A FINE
ASHOItTMENT OF
EN(LIMI and FIlENI H CO OTIlW, CAS
SIMEREM, and GENTLEMEN'S
FURNISUING GOODS
IN GENERAL.
Dolng on the point of retiring from Businos.s,
I. DE COILTE would trapsfter thu whole stock,
tih lease and the fixtures cheap for cash.
aps 14t
TAXES AND LICENSES
PAID BY
F. R. SOUTHMAYD.
NO. 18 UNION STREET.
Desk in Messrs. OODEN & Bmza.'s office. Or
ders respectfully solicited. mh29 tf
BUD WEISaR BOTrLJED BEkR
We have secured the agency of the celebrated
BUDWEISER BOTTLED
BaE M ,
I
*rhich is undoubtedly the beet beer in the world.
We offer it in cases (Pints and Quarts) at very
LOW PRICES.
MILLER & DIIELMANN,
mhla Im so. r,2 an 54 Routh Peters streeat.
Sodthern Shoe Factory
OF JOH. HANSEN,
$3 and I5 Canal street, New Orleans.
TO ALL BOUTHEBN CITIZENS.
I am of the same opinion as yourselves and
am determined to help build no the manauao
tnrinnterest of our native State in order to
h n heiabhorinh elasses. d keep the money.
w olmid othe~rw . toth.North. athe
UT AMDUA 5
onto ruvZo.
ItEOULA I~ A~I~tL3AND
L~i~bt4#nlor
onlsnr nrto rf
II llntlvpfl tib~n 4r1 ghB
Ilreea Urv r rteamer
Tr1nav o 41NK4tn1 K,
15w Kntsu, mnottnr, M. Ii. Virden, Molrk.
LAY fN lor~n bo a Rbrrva. WtrArIrtfrlrorýrrc fL *p
apointo, t
ap6 for Orav er trtceaL
Lo'Les on
p41W QLI .1 QUA(fI1Y IlIUM
OUA(1tQ UV,TllOA14t4DM4ý4r&
9,npt ltnitr mncatr', ha~rry W VAri, nllrk,
F WIilýyteilc I aaqr In{Iy ' ns t h t, oV rr. r di t 1
yW A NI , loo hravln r J ItrL It
OV 'AHIT;,A I$*
Pt(I'h &jjA(sLIN . 7 rIiJJýJTT ýI{ b~J'~JJ
Jijprý evýwouK. 1.ow Et Po'GA.ar tP.
i-K rv J'InII 'r tiiqlly(444 (4,~'t
pitrrlý HA,,t~ oi$41N NAivr jnti
(I V01IVAO f Murul tA .WTIn,
J W. lLinnkN, UGOpt?., ALL nr ýInnp- ICrk
(1 Inan DLpo of NtAIlnr W. It, Piko.)
L4E1ve &tt4Wnr 10 Au 'hwAL iv.-L~ tS;I~
p0Nra4( ap I yo Iron monrt,
dii urn A. I (flHlO. ANKH ai,.t
4)31). r CLIAJIL
PIPEOR ,Itt1IEI'M I)SIAEtCK
(Io nnfor 1,ttin rvr lr T rn P arker or ir'n
Timr ', rla, Amn nd'I mnr,,4 rHotukr orn n,1 of
IN~ 'Inlu
Sar), 10~o All) nn , by.In river, 121r t,
.1.I II.~ $0I.AJUl & A M(H)N14, `o rly
ZrUIIIn I fo r I IJy u IA r N.n n
1J( 0I. IIANOi & AU1, WA
AK &!,r MKAlrrIfrln
!rmltuI1$ 0 u r11nn~illrnfl t tktr. k w
u IAK.IAI.I.5lJO
ian 11pr- - U Itditrnl slle wi rrrml-w icli
GOV. AtlrnI.
(I p, , f tour W. II, Pikh)
m HI' ar1ý ý++ ,ýtnIl ss'eh1n p ult alas r! aL
d* urn tt.li ) !?t1, ra HAIR. nwto
0141) RELIABLE~l~r
PIPER I I Er I)SI EC
The ocldnrt and most L yothrr tlrnnB of
For Aid" by,
d. H. 140IAflt h. H()NH,
IlMITII II1U)H. , Q Co.,
ZVltIIICIIBll (i: A. ISOCAN,
TIIOH. Hl. HANDIY A, r'ou,
HC. CO(NICrLY ,i H()N.
IIt:ItKlr. A THOM1r'n0N,
('LAItK A LICAI)ICIC,
EVERYWHERE.:EaE
TIIK ONLIY WINL S THAT IH ALWAYH THE
HAMS, npO to Vn
P. O U RoN,
Rtoo'e.or to AIRMAND HOUIIZ.
U UN MAKER,
IDEALERK IN
I)OUiII6 AND tIJNOT
lsAItLRI, FVoWLtING
P ICERS,
IIEL'C'H., TPITOTI, (1AME IIAOtt, .HtOT
POUCJIIES PO WttDEi FIl,AMKS, AND
mHIIlING TACKLEC,
POWDER, nsOT AND (GAPM,
No. 134 Cbarttree treet, between Teultese
and Ut. Luatl. New Orleans.
FIRE AIRMH PROMPTLY ILEPAIBED.
aplt ot
NEW ORLEANS LAGER BEER.
CASPAR LUSSE,
No.. 470 and 478 Chartres Street,
Announror to the pro rlnitors of BEER
HAI)LOONrs, and to Ithl bluhil,. that having coh,m
ilotod his iinmItmoits arLtaratus for manulaoc
turing
LAGER BEER,
He is rnonared to sell the same AT A LOWER
PRICE than auy other HOME-MADE ARTI
OLE, and of as good !unlity as any similar arti
cle produced in the Unitod States. mh127 em
COTTON SEED MEAL.
Pure and Freshly Ground Meal, of SUB OWN
manufacture, for sale by
CREHSCENT CITY OIL COMPANY.
_a. Im .I Union street.
P. 0. FAZENDE,
Stock, Note and Bond
BROKER.
OFFICE-No. 175 COMMON STREET.
mh24 tf
A Third of a Century.
J. B. VINET, with E. VINET.
COOCKERY. CHINA. GLASSWARE. AND
HOUBEFURNISHING GOODS.
Over thirty years' experience in the business.
New store and new goods.
90T Osaal street, between Barsundy sad
Raspart streets. fte 1
UNDERTiAERS.
CHA8. O. JONES, JOHN G. BOCHE,
Formerly with Frank Johnson.
JONES A ROCHE,
250 and 2E6 Manazine st.. near Delord.
Undertakers sad Embalmers.
All business entrusted to the firm will receive
Drompt and careful attention at moderate rates.
Oarriares to hire. 18i8 1w
LEEDS' FOUNDRY.
[(STABESBHD I. leIJ
Coasr Delo.W sal Poaeh.r strets.
NEW OBLEANS.
We areIwrered to manufaeture
5STAx E I, Bomxais
B .a.u MKaas, SUGAn
tl tuwa, F=rM&l8A ' WcP
Po. fl 5BUEVUI OR AND ImoOI
CoL A ! Kou5s MEB.NZoo 4 uaasB,:
Loaves WfiNONZDAT. Aprill u, at. p, at.
Marr9a Loulu., N. I. Dirlskui. maitu,.
L~ae MtATITJMDAY. April. 349 aP lf. 3,
or
W vOi W at fflai, sý . l '
Unv~ tl~ftpg7b I '?vpctirt~,1 ·3mgg
WYri~ Ic·8YOU ND
*@mt.We'i, Gan
NoIw art A16b, Ii. Rlnneitt,mastw,
NVmn wry IIATVIWTAT, at u p6 m.
Willlanva autrlyq" nhwe, Fortrelfggb 'i~i
P"Awo nv apIY on board or IrJ ,
ins no. 7r (Lhoi)rrt.n. o
_ V~fJ($Bb53tj .r,
tIN 1T111 MTATEt MAIL PACKEBT.
Wm1'
A.oryt4 nP11rI J on. or
eat .ova~iur UA 40
I3ANKa PARGOUI
LbMWlt~m~t, 0.l r
witt
Nontoy to er o r..e 01
Throuhr4A.WIP
Moo6~p i drtA4. Coalpoa
X7nii.nd tant IrwarIi Ot
r*hn PA ""
. M Whts. prr, a.rrrgm~
muator, 1T1' Mf9 ýi
nsi a, did W , ort
A o sM 1
Thraough 1HJR of at to tT)Wt ,
res a nlo i f
Ilrtohoa,
Sgt Lgq with ~gfor,~
nn wrti At nchvrno fur p ..M. -
ýnli. mýýrunr nn Vlv~
3OU? RzIVEz.._
IIEUUIoAI r m nIC EI. ZZY
REGULAlR 1LACK AN t It U0
AlnvTUo11.n:s t ,u
The steamor
1 T410s7 i'er ta
Wlll lewave+ al wy. Pay psrt e!li. y
to all Bb.lk livor b tlln,. rot d
5i4 A. ISaIITTO w2 Gr. .
OPELOUSAS.
REGULARB A
Ieaves evr &1N. I
vile, and all Ia m
AteohadSay a er and BsVou
new and ilaht-draft steamer
NSANDY ns, '.3
1H H. Broad, master. B. Slie l ,
will leave as.above.
Saon tboard or to
I.8.--nn n~sr cloe with e
for Bayou d' Olairn. A.>s gives
lalding to Bayou iRuf.
REGULAR OPELOUS8A¶ PAOILIP
Leavee evesry HATU E 8 I
FOR WASH 0TOI.
; sm, aPort a 4.
Vlle. and all landin
Stohfaltea river and Baron
new and light draft passengefr ste'sa -
BNRTRA.
A. P. Trotiudale. master. TheII.
For freight or vpasage ea o.pp -
1x23 4 Tchoupttbo .l
P. 8.--Connots clooely with st
for Bayou dle lalze. Also gives.
lhdlng to Bayou ItukMf.
UPPER COAST.
NEW OELEANH, AIT D Q
Loaves every 8ATUHDAY sat p. m., 0s
THE ,15N 6I]szi-1zW.iS. P.
sener steame1 1w ,
J. A. .cmstQock, ma~ter
Geo. M. Woods and ChObas. De
Will leave as above, commeneagW
DAY. April 11, and continued l..
-or freight or pasage aAp o1 .,,
_ TO BEN TIUIBEAU'
ton. Ascension '
steamer :EA,
Louis Ran, on master
Leavep as above every o y,
Saturday at 0to a. m.
Thursdays and Sundays.
For freight or
SEMI-WESILYLPA PO. LAOU"
The light draa steamer
Ak (In laeo W. J. iteast)D
Leaves New Orleans every
MONDAY at . m., returning ov
NEBDAY and bUNDAY eventa. For
or p aIe adpl on board or to
or TEBBEBONNE S
75 Deearn r between (nati ad
P. 8.-Will carry freight as low l asoy
the trade.
te every MO Pat , aP.
at 12 m
The pasme orlsm
Frank B'"-eron, master, i.3O.
Leaves ,. aborv for Baton
mine, Donaldsonville and all
returnn- every SUNDA anid
LOWUl CO
OWEB OASdT T=R .IW 1.
The mew and >ltd
p i..w s os

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