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One of the best jokes of the season is the blind credulity with which many Northern people receive the stories that are sent up from here about Packard's desperate courage. They actuallyseem to believe that the presence of Federal troops here is the only thing that keeps him from slaughtering Nicholls and his adherents. They will find out one of these days that if Packard has any valor, it is of that sort of which disore tion is the principal ingredient. The "awful disolosures" with which Packard & Co. have been threatening Mr. Hayes and the Republican party anont the manner in which Presidents and Governors are manufactured in Loulsiana and ballots endowed with a sort of back-action, boomerang power that defeats the candidates reoelving the highest number of votes, don't seem to have soared anybody very much. The demand for that article is not as large now as it was two months ago, and the holders have lost their market. Well, the Commission has been here nearly four days; Ludeling, Leonard, Ray ot al. have made statemennts; the Hump has offervesoed in several more undying resolves never to abandon their burly leader, so long as there remains a shot In the looker or i dollar of the people's money in his bands, and yet Packard is not happy--beoause Mr. Bayes will not amend and enlarge those instructions beyond the scope or the "narrow" inquiry "how Nloholls can be sustained and Packard starved to death for lack of money tosupport hisgovern ment." Homre p|ooplo are mighty hard to please. The New York Tribune, which, a month ago, was much more inclined to approve Mr. HIayes' Southern policy as a sentimentality than to indorse and advocate the practical and logical con sequences which must necessarily flow from a sincere application of that pol icy to the solution of the Louislana question, now holds that the duty of the Qommslsion is, not to find out whether military interference should or should not be continued, but, to discover the best way ofputting an end to it. Nor is the Tribune alone in this view of the matter. Barring a few "bloody-shirt" organs and crazy negrophilietto shriek ers, like Wendell Phillips, the whole Northern press and people seem to re joice over the withdrawal of military sup port from Chamberlain, in South Caro lina, and to have reached the conclusion that the action already taken in that State points unmistakably to what will very soon happen here. In fact, the " Louisiana question" is considered de finitely settled, and the country at large finds exceeding comfort in the fact. A man who jumped overboard re cently to save his wife from drowning, has explained his action satisfactorily to his friends. He said she had a good deal of gold about her person, and gold was high. . ... . • -.91.0 0,,. - .... In good old times inmlportations of ripcr-fleid liek ncm year reached (tJ.00 baekets. Ra rI's Fruvoarne EIxTAmTs.--T'h superi ur 1 rwe.VAO . They ae warranued thee os aibsa and aelds whloh en ter into the ,pO.S t5a of man of the hoaseos .raitn rvoes um I ear. noe atrae to thei in p1ktSýhý F3'a ' T ii N9OTI1 -=lour mmbera of leas' OAbaoest ntoed fo O~rty fot Priodent, - ton IMo10 ive hndred and oaie bteaw were killed in Maine, on whtih a boantl was paid of -Jay ~ounil drew $1,*0,w00 divhiends on trion PaboiOe Iae year, lie votes on ilU,7i. shares. -A trreney has been given to a rumonr in the lta of Mottio that otrtina, Canale and Treviso intend to set tp an independent republic. -The man Vrantiesn iotU'Uol printe fiagrer to show that 70 mines on the Pellie o oast have paid Eu0,42,100 in ,ten years, Of thin amrmnt twelve of the ueotmttook mines disttibuted $70, - (ermany is now spending 1$0,000,000 a year oil her army, and France 0100,000,00. Thie new Oerman Parliament is face to faoe, for the first time, with an imperial deficit, - From 0,0)00 to 100,000 horns were weekly used in Aberdeen for combh making until the Im portation of aitlie waI prohibited. The stop page of supply has catued great staguntitct. -Abner Taylor, the tlreenbaok candidate for Mayor of Ohioego, has publishied a card with drawing from the contest, and regrettling that the time has ntt yet come when parly linee ate to be disregarded in filling municipal omffien --While a Itoman OCtholi dlemonstration was in progrees in Derry on it. Pstritk's day, the police dlinrovered larege jar charged with g.n powder and sharp closes, and a fuse attached to it, planed near the routle of the proceselon. -- A hIge rhinocerone got loose in the eteamer Unilon in a storm ofF C(pe Itattetas, and killed two dotne and a horse before being recsptnred. It seemetd to be infitiiated by the rockitng of the vansel, but becametractable when a caimi enaned. --The islch anthollo members of Pat.llanieit have restdlved to present netiitable addres to the Pope on the notsMion of hbi great Jnbilee. The O'tOunnor )on, Mr. M. A. Bntllven, the Uhevaller O'dlenry and othere were appointel it dlraft the addrens. -The gatherers in the window gies fatol tio oif Plttshirgt and vicinity have tlrtok for an ad vance orf attoltt thirty per cetit In wagee. The mattagern met yeeterday andt resolved to refene any advance, saying they are paying all they are able to pay, and If the ment iesist on the advance the mainagers will close oup their works. According to somle ntlaleties on sert emanolpa tion which hbave been pttblished in the (f/ie, there are still ,1,000,~(10 of serfe in tlrsia, their emancipation not having been effeoted, either in connseqence of the high price of land or their own nnwilllngnoss to accept the new stae of things. In the Iastern provincee of the empire the annual number of serfe emancipated is rapid ly dimlnihling. From 1t11 to 1.IOi it was over 100n,000; from 1tBl1 to 1t170, 00110,000, and in 1T.70 it wam only I10,110. SOUTHERN NEWS. iASilstatift. abeor is gnod and plentiful in Hr. James. The small-pox Is gone from Plaqteeminee par Dr. A. Oladu, elected coroner of Ltfsyeitn par lel at the last eleo'ion, has reslgned the oftie. SThe Robinson place, parish of ft. John the Baptist, which sold six years ag. for $12,125, wea resold last week for 8% ,000, mime tlaty residents of the Fourth Ward of Oarroll parish, have forwarded a petition to Men. ator (la, protestingl against the division of the parish. Thit sugt-arhouse of the Villi.e plantation on Bayou Larourehe, sit miles below Thibodaux was burned last uenday night. The fire was the work of an incendiary. Mr. Delluoky, on Bayou hleof, planted fifteen seres of cane, but not a stalk came up. All rotted in the ground, It is greatly feared that much more oane will turn out equally bad. tlanting has been seriously retarded in Living ston parislh by frequent and heaty rains. The streams on the mal route are almost impassable, and eommuntoation between the towns and farms very IncOnVOatient. There was picked up last week, near Campte, the body of a white child, between nine and ten years old, without head arms or feot.--the body so mutilated as not to distinguish sex. Notwithstanding the efforts of the City Conn sel of New Iberln, rowdvism still prevails in that town, On Monday nlglt of last week a crowd of rufilans completely demollshedr a negro cabin with brickbats and stones, in a wild drunken spree. A charge of disturbing the peann has bien made against 0. W. biWnpson, Iaedinal justice or the peaso for New Itberia, by deputy town conlta ble Charles Davildson. An affidavit was ale.. made agalsut himn for carrying end drawing a concealed, weapon upon Fred. Deoourt. There seemn to be a gloomy fear in Lafourolhn that the cane stubble is all rotting in the grounld. In looks it, Is all right, but is now so fearfully behind time that it is thought it will never co)me up. When examined closely it shows a black speak on it whiob, it is thought, is rot. Livington hollds its eloetion, to determine on the location of the parish seat, the fir-t Monday in July. There are three plaoe to be voted for, Mpringfleid, Port Vincent and the centre or the, parish, alosan Oentreville. The question of parish seat has been an old sore in Livingston. It, is to be hoped it will be settled this tine frorever. A most shocking murder took place in Habitne parish last monthl, of one of the most estimable citiens of the parish, Dr. II. W. Evans. Dr. lEvans was arrested on a charge o0 bigamy, by G. B. Goodloe and Porter Brown, without war. rant or authority, as is stated by our informant ; they took him somt, eight or ten miles to near or at the Babine river, and there shot him to death. Evans had 1$25 in money, of which he was robbed; and some native gold in his possession, with his hat and vanluables to the amount of 100I, were taken from his body by these parties, Goodloe and Brown. The eitlhens of the neigh. borbood, both on the Louislana and Texas side of the river, were naturally incensed at this bru tal murder, and offered $S1510 for the capture of the murderers. One of these, Goodloe, is the brother-in-law of Dr. Evans, the doctor having married his slekr only some six weeks ago. Mississllppl. A number of our citUzens left yesterday to at tend the New Orleans races.-[ Vioasborg Heraid. Gen. H. C. Furlong of Vicksburg, is another suggestion as a fit Dmooratic oandidate for Gov ornor. Jane Anderson, Helen McLean, Willie Teague, and Perry Harris of Kosciusko-all colored-oon vioted of the murder of Wiley Miller colored, were sentenced to be hung on the 4th of May. landeboro boasts of mysterious serial masic that is wholly unaccountable. Oayarre ins his tory of Louisiana tells of a similar phenomenon that oocurred a century and a half ago at the same place. Will not some natural philosopher explain his mysterious music ? The Edwards (Ciizen says there has been sev eral cases of small-pox among the negroes on M r. Henry Coker's place, between Edwards and Hay mond, within the last two r three weeks. The dlscneos it is said, was brought from Vicksburg, but Vackuburg denies the charge. Claiborne county, Miss, ts, a correspondent of the Vicksburg lHerald showe, one of the be t port otn of the Union for stock raising. It now boLats of Bltrksehre and l'oland China hogs, short-horned cattle and flle shoottp. "All cot tin is played out with us," 'the corroepondent winds ul. Texas. Cotton recelpts are im proving at Jefferson. Dallas is troubled with a superfluity of rate. Good horses are selling at t5 apieco in Bexar. The pecan crop of Brown county is worth t$2,O00 a year. Liberal contributions are being made to the State Fair fund. There to good promise of an abundant peach crop in Brsaos county. A drove of .000 cult from Goliad county, is on its way to Fort Wor, Thie oal emooan Wt I erta ae delaying corn ltthe -re~m id t Wfeo t ionrt - apn W# Twar, wo o wer reetlf S ot away, three of whnt were horse thieves. Ther oeentb Adfatooa ein st. warrantls I, t.nder pll otleotl.atoele vter eaitfling, and ti a elite itlutiliont tbhat !dTet is ltakiog eate of her lneol Idteastes. tite watternte tnow enMmand l5 ostene, Another party have left Port Worth for Ntorth. west 'elas to make permanent loaestlot, This pati l goes to Arther eotlaty and will lcoate neat the Three t.lo k of the Little Withita, and nest the celebrated Aroher oopper omine. The Wanoo 1rtntln rt of Mateh 7i says The Metioan lion whieh some weeks ago sonnyed the aitslens of the O(srett'o Mills neighbothoud, and was dttien away, reappeared there last week. Mr. Alien Watson, of a hunting patty, was at teeked and seyerelt bitten by the animal, ithoy had not, at the last aeconotls, Puoeedted In kill ing it, Pays the eHotuston Alp There is not now otr has been the slightest troublle ePaltlng between the Tenam plauter sand hi" oltrted Ilaborert aeline the overthrow of the oarpet-b4 rtane glovern- lent. They live in peae and qoilet, fnl y and freely tknuowiedging ntinal ohl igtion.h After all the f.s0ehotode wltdeh hbave been ptblliehrl, the telored laboret Is pttil tmore nI the planls tlo.s in Tevas thean the white labotrre manke upon the farms of Illinois, -AM tl lt m Hotri (f* HIAMIPTori tOiVtRLN H01'l'l (.A11Ol1A0 Till()01ll0 Tt1+m Prlll. (IOr TAX In,(rE llT'lT, Tihe Mufely of Outr Ernal'lle nlad ifrnple. The advantages offeredl by thn Arnnrr can )lttletrit 'Telegr (Jompany are so tnianfel t and intvaluable that we can not avoil expres ing our uastolithl ent that no few of our eltiens have avaliled thiemIseives of Ito Inneflts. The genteral linproeson o.eatn to be that the operaltions of the companny are conalnel to business Plr lcs; whlreat , fantiltes and private ili dividluals can anrl (l, dnrliv far greatlor beenfits from ltn Irot.ection than any othear iapes of sPlbcerihnre. The mtlaal .ontile coportonutniVty of thin illty were not. Slow to apprleiato then elvantigns offered to tihionl by thln etnpatly. Th great lmajority of private reilanioion arnil boardinglli-hou)neR are in no sense so etlie aganltt dlanger, so long as they to main inprovhlodl with thei lnioans of safet.y offer(l to tiheil, bly the Am etalan I)litrit 'TTelegraph (lolpany. In order thatlo r readers may thor oughly tlndr!tattnl the ch)9etn strulI working of thin admirable ass.llat ltl, we give the following rxant, although s!uolnaet, aooaunamt, of how it benetits Its stabPorlboPr An Indlviduatl appiloli to the company to plate a signallinag apparatus in hin proaniaee-whether u!inesns netabtilsL lishment, private resluet.ne or boarding. house-and this is forthwith effected wit houtt any expense or trouble to him self, the instrlutnent being c(onneeted at the same time with the elstriet Tele graph ofllfo by means of the eleotrln wire. The si gnalling apparatus has hut four dutleara to perform, and these are ctarried out in the following manner: Ily moving a crank to the word tnes Sengotr antl letting It go you will sum lnon a messenger boy to your store or house, in fromll two to seven mnlnutoee' time, acoordiin to the rlistanon from the diet-riot offloe; y mnovlng orank to word police a speelal officer comnmtlsionedl by the city will answer in hot hagte. B1y movring crank to the word "spve odal," a mnhesenger will be summnonedi to go imnedlate.ly after your phyitolan and thllen report himsnlf at your house, Informing you of the result of his errand. Bly turning the crank around as far as It will go over the word "fire," you will Sammon the fire patrol with oxtlngulnhers, tarpaulins, etc., in from three to live tninullte, with a oorA ,of well-trainedi llmranon; all dlone by tele graph, giving tlhe . exact loantiona from whonce the firn signal came. "Only this and nothing moren" but as Mor outlo said of hli wound, "It is not as wide as a church-door nor as deep as a well but 'tin enough." There is no trouble or nmystery whatever in using the instrument, any more than in raise ing the knocker of a door or ringing a bell; the apparatus is koept in working order by the company, at small rental hIelng hargeod il addition to the regu lar charge for nservioe. We cannot too strongly impress upon our riadaoras and1 the co0lunittlly gon.n rrally the importanton of this company's ohjeotla. As we remarked previously ano house is saetare agalnst danlger tunmanle provided with thet safro-guards which thias Iana laittaion alone o( Tors, and this fact, is most emnphaticatly true in regard Io private reshlonca. tIADImrin AND vaaNtlNI clllll,lnrtN are doprivel of their prot.ectors dulring many houlrs of the lany. They are then complotely at the mercy of ruffians, who, orasIly obtaining admittamnce t1o thlelr dolniodlus on one prot-xt or another, after alltoalaing lthie Ilnaton, liprocnod to pillago thel l,rornmishas with In pulnity; bait wore t.ho houser provided with the mneaLns offaorod by lthe DIistrlot 'I'tlgraph Company such robbories (whIlh utnfortunateoly occur too freaqoent. ly) would be renderod well-nigh Im possible. Fathers of families will readily under stand that the protection thus tendored is two-fold. It not merely srtops the completion of the crime while in process of commission, but also ants prevent ively; for house-breakers and sneak thieves will not readily attempt the rob bery of premises which they know to be provided with moans for procuring im mediate assistance. The instrument of this company can be easily handled by a child, and is em phattally a shield against robbery, rutlllanism and fire; an Insurance in line, of life and property. Most contflagrations are easily mastered If assistance be obtained forthwith; this handy little instrument brings the fire men to the house in a very few minutes with extinguishers from the time the signal is given. Ladles and families, boarders and boarding-house keo.pers, frequently ro iquire the services of messengers during utie hours when their husbands and other manlo rolatives ara unavoidly ab sent. liudden slckness or aclaleont at home may demoand tihe immedliatne pres 1nc of husband, father brother or friend; a single touch of tho alarm will bring a floet-footed lad in the uniform of the companny; the rmessage beinag daliv erol to im, he rushesoff to the address glvon. The chargeo madelo by the conm pany for this invalaulelu service, wheth tr it. he night or day, Is at the extremely modomato rate of thirty cents peir houir, oevery taracaulaon heing taken to Insureo i he utnmost iosstll)lo dislat.ch in exac.ut ing the cormisaala on. Othetr bhnafltis, too llllnPmrou9 to mnantlion, are conafrrrad by tils caomnpany. It would he diflfult to imagninaa any ra-sidnciaa or iusrlnasps astabilashnlont where the protection annl ail of this crmllpany are naot requlisite. Success to the enterrlrilsing institLution. TAX IECI:'rTS WILL DRIVE AWAY THE TROOPS WHERE GATLIN OUNS WOULD FAIL. Doests DAIY.--On and ifter dunday next. the rth inst., the Jrkson BeRoad will heve two puaenger araMam dalli, runing to sand from the ... N ++.++ TE X A STATE FAIR, 7'Ill EIghth Annual Stale Fair or T XAM .IlfiCUCfrL'CN, m (InMi4k, Itlil TUEST V1DAYS MAY 22. Prnplllil lfl Irlstq fri' Iit rift ft ntl n ýp nu apttrllr!rt In o .IAýI. lr, 1,IfIfllllP, eclrrltary, atr iat Ii"'4intan, Pwhtna. "%11. HArr" fIil Irpar flytlatlie No. *g1 Ittanmpmt rteret. l11r9 w'( n t 1. I;'lli nsitl s; llkpn F ;nr I4 . jllL1 Il at a4 1 I'lllfF n (IR 10. 4tI,ITFi A lit t4I f'6bVNSPirI.01tI~T 1,AW, 14I i(s-sisins aft-s- t, (+Ns~ fitsi insfl. A~iflI 1, ssss;. qtr'! i5. I'. 150UItON, 14is'snr'-sr Iss ATIMANI( 4(u(I114115 (J(iAr MA IrCICI, I IlsHAItut 114 o Bt~t10I1I11iu , lr ff~t tllr, .yI:AIItraL MfLtl~fN! ~~ Jul ~~~i'tl t ! AS .JPll~ ,s 111 ;r14, I'IoiTof o (I AM 19 I1ACIF, fIIUT' p'(ltlf..itliglt l't% hIM I- fAMI-, ANt. ksIRIIINid 'rIS411TH'. POWPNItt ,II T ANSi (14P(, Ire. 1M1 (hiartr!. Sir~e, hbriwee Tewleti., and at. Imrnlw. New Pr Irlenr. Irtlli AIIMHI PII)MPI'TY IIIIPA MPh). still f1l, NEW OltllEANN Ilh(iI It IIF;Elb CASPAR LUSSE, Je*, 4711 and 474I C~hrtrre street, AIppllu isw a t. tiln I;srtrInIsrl a fit flMftt AIAHOf AHunt ti';, Wiint, tll"li~ tlht' hav ing (tirm Illnlf: I'l' Itnnlnn an aptglL'1lltlll fist ma:IIIIN1(i tin I ýmrnarnsl t( inill thin nnrti AT A TA) IVJ1 1 3 ( slsmnslint) imty i'r iMI!'BHA I) t lp - 0i'm "Rtil oIr I ilin1 jI nltss(Mtaass an 1,1r mrti c'Jn trrn(1!1'rorl In thA lnit,~i))trtaa, mtt%7 A Stock, Note alnd Bond BROKER. OFFICE No. I75 0(COMMON HritEET. SELF-l EATING, 'N0111 DNII1I lIOc0 Ont Whole l et ,fr Iroii In One. ONIE TiRN. WITit TWO PILUtH, WILT, IO ALL T'II, lllONING AND PIUTINi ONE IIANI) (CAN I)O WITH ANY NUMIEMII OF IIONH. It is a Nirnkurl-pitll d c'n-a Iron. with a woo.rln hand plnt-, htnatnrt al ncontinuallly kept hot Iby t.wr crnt-,Iroln pinK.. IT4 AtIVANTA(EH. F rnt- Flavnr onn. half I or iorni of thr tida orull natily tI1lI. in irunnug, l.nond IMavuo throe Ifourths o1 thn walk. Inu and , ilh the old flat Iron Third- flan bo hatred with either roal or wood flrso stovwn or Krltom. Fol.rt.h--Wn 14 All blnr of the it'ron anrt util i.e all the bout, thnus galriningl onur-half on the old lifth-Always elonn; novrr rumting, never b)inrt rxfn.und to uoot. Hlxth -One "inal hbunt will iron from thirty minute. to one hour, acordngllng to woeight and moistu rn of the ginoods. HNovrnth--Thu fir.. you m.rok iwith can ho unud for Ironling. nven whi)lt theo tovo Ic eovorrd with vnuarl, thonl caving thr nntiro amount of fuel used ordinarily 'n Ironing. -.. Etahth Doe bettor york, Irn iarta moro mounthnorrn in d abos rom ther ntkolakl.ed fswio and rourlnddr glossing hool than any other iron in t.hu world. Ninth- Havoa timta, fuil and Inhor; thira MayorF money; iA the only pjritivcriinul I'atnt. Iron on thel nlarknt, lrlid will uvunt nally tako tIhe, Dlavc, of the old onou-fwrodl hrons. J. M. IHRANI), Sole Age .t, 262 Canal street. mh2t I FOR &A.LE. A TIANDMOMEP P1,4 A.l.u ). TWO AORtER front on the tranlfull rlver Tocrhu. comprlsina MA nUresI of ux)inllrnrt, nnwiy-foorrrd land, of wtinch Co) are a'imlrably ulaututurl to the cultitvatton of sugar, noitton, or icorn: the hnaannr nonclating of at mranificnrnt mo-nlow in whicuh the ruuidnre In situattd. The whole prorperty will be rold. con*stting of the land above mortltoned, and a ralidnnee, kitrhan, canhns, stable, verotabin and fr, it gardons. and all nnaufsary atvurtenanore This offers an excellent opportunity tn any one wishlng to raise stoo, or to cutivate e.on r su ar on a small scale, there being a otto nl and eulgar mill In tho nenighbor hod. I 8ronartv as never been inn ndaad The. welibung. ~.!.IA wli : unshd n E. K. & B. 3. MO TG- Furniture Emporium, AlIMORY IIALL, 87 CAMP STREET. The Largest and Most Centrally Located Furnitme Establishment In the City. -0---- lonat~antlr on hnnel, arl gt tipn g1OWr,Wr MA1ItT IPtitkn, he l nrtegnd ,Not1 t u1mleAbt aaanrrtmntlt of '(t+ Iha fo'tntl II tit" Wvnitt,, ronalatinrg +,t Hultnl Uphoiwttiwed In Brw,.tol, "of olInn, I*grn, 'rorry rnd flir' Cloth, trnfrl Ic'inIpihPuI E (Jilt. MAtItfltI TOP l tAfD (IA tit) 4 VAC ea. trfrAltia; Hr a t~alurur,l AVIV, With J't rpaWP l'?P PIlFE ('.'rp PMrt Atmnn'.$ Arrna(h 1'llltcr HALLf R'I'ANlb# with to t ntoli; t'tUPINO1-uIIOM ,nA I, IIHAN every grwtle. ~ ,aor ten ..iPlttrfnt. of f14,d It$M tit ý I titl ti4Utun, 7Nttr Igoe. A Intga oktktk tit txrttr1 il knot" flowtn 1Uifl t Vnrl(lhite, -110Nl eon 11 im., ~ t M'"I iwtl VI5ATJ1t11 lit,' %1WI t&Fttl 1)4s IA OVAIN0P, mRwlI to "t-l'r. ALL OF 0titi (1001 r; All iH PWIM M uIIn ltt*4't'r I'A(TOlFi , t f IN,, MAAI AND WlIWI, Al ,)IL ro 1'i tfUi*4 ARI ThFM LOWIIPm If THU UITY. All (Irrrnlm tn"h"^"'. nl,+ it1nr fo'o Ir f rrting", 'T'hnnhlrg "igr It ki,' msnd t Uh bii for t. lair I#tt't in''' +. w i l" "''II It, "oprint 'nt"t'a if I h" etbitn,' is g ~I rtte U. I%1. &U. it. J. MoNT(> oM IltY,, Armory Ifni), No. f47 Csmunip street, New Orleans. ftilli4 IT I*$T4'AIIL$JEL IN 1H!Z/ . Corner Delord and Constanc Street. W1 AJII '1tIiPAftItt TO MAAt1SrnJI'A ri Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar MllN, Furnaeet4 for Burning Bagasae, Vacuum Pans, Clariflers and Filters, SAW MIiSM, COTTON PRK138EH, NE.WILL HCI8LW8, JUDb8OW' OOYM NOI*, (JIN (EARING(, FUJNAG1E MOUTnH, (IIATh RAM, ALA. XINI7$O OFr PLANTATION AN) STEAMBOAT WORK, And vrtry daortjrptlon if 1nohlintry for Oihn month. n htrkN, r"nIl aitptail ntt.nrito to our I mon snitoak of Wt41AM KI XX hU14 fla1l oait. nhsnirl t nt nottrt aittk i tha fl Htrvt'kr Iron W ,rk of Tnnnae'vp, for WI'hl Mr.. L Fý,, ltuvrn was ftrrumnrlny m~nint, Inoul tha only gntulnna Tnnnataat' itttlnat Ir the mwr~fj, m rffar th' Ramun Ir trRaja ma wntil mio tbontaof our own Inauult mt1,rm,, itrrti 11.1 of wnsIt , we wii'bb plnmuadl to fIrnith upon applalfob.D & Inf'1 1.fLEE1S & CO BENEFICIAl THE PUBLIC. Wn, the undersinsnald Phot'oraheram in the Unitld .lWstfmi. dlo tate r ni will hear tetinmony that PIUTUI I rnrwieu by LAMIIJEJLI'N I'ATENM PROCE'( ESI WI lat Never Fade or Change Their Colors IN THE LEAHT. Aleo nar othnrwlae In nvery re.tpeo mor artil tUc than those mdrle by the ,il olrourr.ann, which are bound to fwin and bocome worthlhna. AIONV ...................New VYrk. W. KIMZ .................. New YTrk. L.ON VAN LOU ............. 'lal( a 1. .1. IANDY........... ....... (..leile. . P. (OflTBIKIUN TT ......... Pblindelpiks. ALLEgN & IROWKlI, .........B...Bet. V. IIKNTILK & (O ............ (blesge. (i. W. MIOT.e .............Atlata, O.. I. K I ULBit ................ stervlll.. tUl.OFMON, PrIrident of the Photo graphic Aeioclation of the United 8tatoe of Amerlie.... ..... an Pvtselsoe, Cat. D. II. ANDNILtON ...... RILehmad Vn. 111 30. LIMkiNTIIAI. mBate of L.I.ls.a. And others, too numerous to mention. THEO. LILIENTIIAL, 11t............ OANAL TR.EET ............121 BUDWEISt.K IN rFLED JEAR We have ee urel t~he asgnnnv of the celobrated BUiDWEISER BOTT1LED which ix undlouti'lly the, brhssttr ,r in the world. W', offer it in ctieio (Plnts and Q(uarts> at very LOW PRItEC,. Mltl.lIlt Ar. DIf,,JWANN, mhlM Ire ro, rt PnLt rf South 1oi rrn aftfit, Southern Shoe Factory OF JOlIIS IANNEN, 3s and 85 Canal street, New Orleans. TO ALL . O'JTlIERTN CITIZENt. Iam of the eamri opinion as yourselves and am determined to help build up the r mnanufa turitng interest of our native Htate In order to help the laboring classes and keep the money, whtbh would otherwise go to the North, at homer . hbout a yn'r ago I started my Factory, and thy a(in the heat material and paying my handfs promptly, I have been enabled to extend my casnes and support so wo oen aed children that would have otherwise I~ te Bjie. Iq order stl to ners my lTaartary. woum rnee call Ot . merchants, not only of L aae1 . W' vsme RAILROADS. (4UKAT JACIRW1 PMVTI. mzw onnrE a1) 11stwr _vwAvou will iistlcre and nitlin e MVa m in tr firo etreie depot froim March 26, 1977; DWIPA Wif .SY I rn a N . . 7 :ia . m ) 1& pr'e s t,, o .4* i VI ro. I an al7 run i'4 Fl dlalii I Ir;AN AtAO f4LI W1¶1 tnrrr,ýtdt tý, 'ig tinlrnti. ,nlffl M, rn anhdaM Inn, 'fnrn., *wihhitt E J.olrI n ii'. 'inr In talen on at a F reaannaerer to go 9ironah WithOut ral n. ntq' mn rk# c ~g6tO Vrri'iav ovenlo'ei train inakes no nonuwio at IJwrrj'rln ftor (hifrago Aorirlnd(tion trabnMe tnteWen New Orlur1a1 and t 'limh (Ity; Leave flaw Orleanf isaie p. in, 11tM1 dsyi 7fs a, in. anrd a:i;i p. in. Ntunr ay. Arrive e:1 n. In. arid 11:20 p. in, $ nday, 14s 9: ita, M. Monday. Ticsk;ts for Mcafen Apd tinfor Camp street, oorner Oin R. I. Pacer. ____________ & BTrli~n~msaretvo ji ~ o,.i~"s6 01 Y3. 1t TO T11JYSifJ~FI~~GO'MI prlcs S 1 ('(i p. in.i E flI.. Pnila L Alyeoat pivt Legf. Oi~~ om;rotCme p Ld Qom TOrMna arrive IM MV IIO OAwrl AsIX5Ue. P E.rpM. L..C..6A n aSSIUS rASa... I. COnMM SN....... 6,00V. in. rIPZ..... IN CI P ornlaer ,(Ina Iya Cuteh ou. Libera Adaiecmdn Consignmant. t and ýonl ane Change to tirrds i mh9 tt ý W.iPb:1Pl;t LANDO. OARIVItPOOL, ia~la rIm IIAVYL and DOEDEAUK. ]E. L. COsazaaa. (.'itA. . J. me. A. CARIRI ERE JIB 801 . COMlMISSLION MER Coruer Roll l ain Cl boToRS Pr Litbrral Advrannss madie on aonaiifnm Cent16 16"I""""" LONDONh. LIVElla. ELt CacR46m Od AVlv and l'Oiteeb'ts LEON QUED8' FOUNDRY.l, QUrEYROUZE &t BOIRC DIALEhII lINH BNP.$ AND 13sOB; And all kinds of WfESTERNn Ph ODUO At the NIanie .terelg Cwra.'ir Olrd Inov and fiSO villb reeas (1104 ,71" l v Nomr Orleans, LEEDIS' FOUNDRY.V 8 E MTAI LH, D IA ITL7n corner Drlfmd ana oielme r itl roC NEW OaLEANEL Wo n 9rrrtvrara4 to matt Jscturs GiTAflf LGmiinnen, PSOIL3]MOVT SUGAT ID, lUJiG l DAMNINwG e, &n Aar OUT d6DAM, Jaoaar ltk~~in POPsUb 8*CII ( of OCO > iWrirubb