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... -e, th Dole e heeSeit
.- Deldin'?'rmp hes.
YouraBtfodir, Lpte. rming the north
and ., t o t. Francis
lo t tesolut west corner
o onne and Third streets, known by
the is, eU, and Baronne street,
audby the Nos, aS, 810 and 872 Third
T handsnom and modernly arrianged two
tory Briak Dwelllng. with three lots
o. es Constance, between Thalla and
rato stretas ete
subta a and spacious three-s'ory
*,.lck sweitin, known as the late
.' It ne, on Bourbon, between
St.t Lois and oulouee streets.
'To lone the nterest of foreign wners. on
uor yers' credit and one-n ith cash
Tha sldid business stand, the two
?tor& Brick Stores. Nos. 14, 10, 18 and l0
Poydra, forming the corners of Poy
dra. Delta and Font streets, near the
C'enraI lIaroad Devot and opposite
the First District packet Landings, ltiver
and the Western Produce Levee.
'he handsome Brick ot ao I.sltldence,
with twelve Lots. beautlfuly planted in
bhrubbery nd Oranme Tree..s, on tst.
Charles between Clay avenue and Web
star street.
That choie Resiedence site. forming the
portheast corner of Pryttnia anod t.
ary streets, improved with four Frame
Tenement Dwellinge near the residence
Of Messrs. hismn. Frank, Camors and
Block.
The eharmln Caottage itd.sdcnt' with Gar
den and Lot No. 134t T'I'hird, betwon Laun
rl ant Annunciation streets, and near
Cla tiluare.
For the soees.lon of Philip Rici. Jr.--o
shares of tihe New )rlea',s and Carrollt n
iallroad. se shares of the St Charlcs
Street Rallroaw, on shares of Amerlctan
Propelling and Thermo-BDpoOtllo onm
Nr$daiy rgli yi--Elpltt Cholice Brick Stores
forming tile entur. efltu (tnll CLal,.
between Rampart and Ilasollntsrlee$.
Three Two-story Brick Dw.lllngs. o Ns4, 46
tad samnart; four Two- t'ry Brikt
Dwtl ln , Nlos. 8, a and t.Basin, ietwe.ot
Canal and Common streets, all specially
adapted for central and professiontIl
resdeanee and the retail trade. contred
and developing on Canal street.
That choice ropert , the "Upper City Ho
tel," with Its sptendil8tores, forming
northwest corner of u egalne ani Jack
son tree', in the thritiest p rtion, of
the Fourih District, near the Mag..tie
Market d the ohurochoes and schools of
Sth ieverend the cedemiptilsts,. vso
Forhe succession of te late r. W. ]Bodd-
T lat, ve valuable and oxton lvcly im
proved Batture Store and Warehoust,
Pro py, on Front and Clay stroets, op
,iosite the Sugar t'heds, near the Pakct
Landings, the Customhouse and Canal
streets.
That steadrllly anhanclng and central Two
Mtoryt Brick ttore anid Uwelling ao. 246
nalil street, between Liberty and Marais
streets.
For account of formet'purchaser--The dott
ile tenement TwQ-irtorY Brick Dwer.lling
N os. to and 12 Liberty, between Canal
and Gaesuet streets.
For terms et udfull partliulars. see offioial and
.Marlptl. MivertLsement. and plans at the
i.t ie Ationeer. (J aemp street.
mnmu~
NEWS BY MAIL.
A UIIPUBLIICAN SUCCESS.
The (tneannatt I lection.
CtIIotiATZ, April 6.-The official count
of the vote of this oity Monday as com
pletd this morning, gives Moore, Re
, for mayor, a majority of 1634
over Johnston Democrat. The only
Democrat elected is Moses Wilson, for
polioe judge, over Walter F. Straub,
ilepublian, by 31 majority.
TEM NIEX ceNORIasS.
A Dem0ocratie Majority of Twelve.
[8pecial to . Y. World.]
WASmImTOx, April 6.--The roll-call of
the next House indicates a Democratic
majority of about twelve. Thus far of
the 998 certificates 285 have been re
ceived. Clerk Adams has not completed
his list nor given any authority to any
one to state its composition. His duties
under the law are very plain and simple,
and he proposes to execute them in de
ciding on the primta face rights of the
members of the next House. The ques
tions involved in the case of the Colorado
member have not been disposed of.
POLITICAL RELIGION.
-The New York Methodist Conference
Thinks 'Fraternity" Overdone.
[N. Y,. sEn, ipriffT
"Go through the South where you
will," said the Rev. Mr. Lansing, on be
hali of the Freedmen's Aid Society, to
the New York lethodist Episcopal
Oonferenee at Kingston yesterday,
"from the pulpit down the freedmen
re wanting in morality. The South
wants the nugger to be an educated nig
ger and not an educated man." Mr.
Lansing added that he was afraid the
North was forgetting the colored man
In this "fraternity." He was not ready
to "olsp the blood-red hand in peace'
until some of the oppressors of the ne
grn had been punished.
The conference applauded and seemed
to agree with the Rev. Mr. Lansing.
N7W MEXICO.
A seheme to Get the Greaser state Into
the Union.
[St. Louis Bepubllasn.]
WA..ssocox, April 7.-There is a quiet
but strong movement on foot to bring
New Mexico into the Union at the spe
cial session, and the opponents of such
.a measure are equally industrious in
prepring to defeat it. The latter are
making their principal fight before the
Cabinet, and of late certain matters
have been laid before the President and
Attorney General which tend to expose
oa corrupt ring of Radicals in that State,
who are mainly anxious to get their.
leaders into the Senate.
NO ADMITTANCE.
Sateresttrg to emee-seekers.
LN. Y. Worid.1
WAs.toNTON, April 6.-The President,
In conversation to day, intimated very
decidedly that he intended to establish
some rule by which he would be re
lieved from the tremendous pressure
for offoe which is now daily made upon
him. Many of the applicants who
thronged the ante-room of the Execu
tive Mansion were for places which,
according to cultoml an( usage, were
given out by heads tf departments. He
intended to have their applications
made to the latter, and to give notice
also that he would not give a personal
hearing to c(fite-seekers, though he
would not be un willing to have an au
dience now and lien with some of their
friends, to wHoom he could put ques
tions regarding the candidate's fitness
for the place wthicht he could not put to
the candidate himself.
THB PRESID NT'4 OlICER.
A Chage is It Made by Stanley Matthews,
[Ohilogo r men.]
The history of the document written
by the President ordering the removal
of the troops from Columbiashows that
it was materially changed in its brase
before it left the White Rouse.
Uof the closing peassre s.t lp.
S1hlow e it it o etae
acetion in anoewlatprinofples
Unounaced when I entered upon the
duties of the Presidency." As origi
nally drawn, after "under these circum
stances and in this confidence" were
written, "and relying upon these as
surances." This last olause has been
stricken out by a vigorous hand, doubt
less that of Stanley Matthews, who
edits Hayes' manuscript. This phrase
betrayed a direct reference to the
pledges given by Hampton.
A FISGH FOR A FPoTOFFICe .
Negroes Try to Take Pessesslon of the
Crawford Postomee.
[N, Y. Herald.]
ATLANTA, Ga., April 5.-A special dis
patch from Union Point relative to the
secret meetings of armed negroes in
Crawford, Ga., for several nights past,
and the firing on the Marshal's posse
that attempted to disperse them, says
evidence has been gathered which goes
to prove the negroes were organized for
the purpose of making an assault upon
the postoffice and putting in possession
of it their leader Luke Johnson, who
claimed to have been appointed post
master several days ago. Johnson
wrote a letter to Mr. Pace, the postmas
ter, demanding possession of the office,
shying that he had been appointed. Mr.
Pace had received no such information
from official headquarters and of
course, refused to surrender the ofice.
It now appears that Johnson went to
work at once and organized a band for
the purpose of forcibly seizing the office,
and was prevented from making the at
tempt simply by reason of the out
break that occurred. He is an ignorant
but vicious and influential negro. He
has not yet been captured.
The developments that have been
made show an incredibly ugly spirit
among the negroes who were in John
son's gang, and have created great ex
citement. The trial will be conducted
quietly and the whole affair will be
sifted thoroughly. The jail is guarded
nightly by a strong patrol to prevent a
rescue of the negro prisoners. The
wounded white men are recovering.
HOIV TIIDEN WA( D BE&ATED.
A Mlethedllm Confereame Told shit Grant nod
the Federal Troops D.d It.
tNew Yoak Bun.]
BosToN, April h.-In the New England
Conference of the Methodist Church
to-day, the Committee on the State of
the Country, to whom was referred the
political resolutions offered on Wednes
day by the Rev. Dr. Mallalleu reported
through the chairman, the lev. L. It.
Thayer D. D., a series of resolutions as
a substitute for those of Dr. Mallalieu.
Immediately upon the reading of the
resolutions the Rev. Dr. Mallalieu advo
cated the adoption of the resolutions
which he had himself presented, and
called upon the members of the Confer
ence to express their opinions. He said
it was his belief that if United States
troops had not been stationed in South
Carolina Louisiana and Florida, Sam
uel J. Tilden would have been President
of the United States. Mr. Tilden was
compared to the traitor Aaron Burr, and
the speaker said that he (Tilden) would
have been elected had not U. S. Grant,
that man of iron, true to right and
country sprung forward and seized the
raging Southern lion right in the midst
of his mane.
The speaker related his experience,
showing the intentions of the Wade
Hampton movement, and said that con
tinued oppression of the colored people
would follow from the withdrawal of the
troops. He denounced the "trade"
which had been made with Wade Hamp
ton, and earnestly called upon the mem
bers of the conference to arouse to the
fact that there was yet a great battle to
be fought for God and humanity in
defence of the Southern oppressed.
Dr. Mallalieu was interrupted in his
remarks by the arrival of the time for
adjournment, and the discussion was
postponed until to-morrow.
AN INTERVIEW WITH GRANT.
No Order Kent to Sherman to Withdraw
the Troops.
[Chicago Times, April 8.]
There was an evident desire on the
part of one or two present to learn the
ex-President's views as to the outcome
of the gubernatorial imbroglio in Louis
iana, and a gentleman ventured to ask
him if he did not think it would be in
the interest of pacticaton, peaceannd
prosperity to overthrow the Packard
dynasty. He replied that he did not be
lieve that Hayes would formally recog
nize either pretended Governor. He
didn't see how he could recognize
Nicholls without virtually admitting
that Tilden had carried the State.
He said the Packard government could
not stand without the presence and pro
tection of the troops. In answer to the
direct question referred to above, ho
said he believed that the installation
of the Nicholls government would re
sult in a restoration of peace, a revival
of business, and in more general pros
perity to the people; but the peace that
would follow would be the kind of peace
that is experienced by the man who is
under in the fight.
The reporter then explained the ru
mors current some weeks ago to the
effect that he, while President, issued a
peremptory order for the withdrawal of
the troops from New Orleans, or at least
from the State-House, and that Gen.
Sherman, influenced, as was supposed,
by his brother, the Secretary of the
Treasury, had refused to transmit the
order to Gen. Augur. Gen. Grant re
plied substantially as follows: "I wrote
a telegram and had it forwarded to
Packard, in answer to one from him.
I stated in the telegram, as I now
remember it, that the maintaining of
governments in the South by troops
was becoming odious to the people. I
was in the office of the Secretary of
War at the time, and Gen. Sherman
happened to be in. I gave him a copy
of the telegram, and told him to for
ward it to Gen. Augur for his Informa
tion and guidance, or something life
that. The telegram was sent as re
quested, and Gen. Augur telegraphed
back for an explanation, which was
given. There was no order to withdraw
the troops, and Gen. Sherman dlid not
refuse to give any orders. Nothing was
said about withdrawing the troops.
COWS. COWs. COWS.
I have in stable and will receive by the Mary
HIouston a splendid lot of
mILCH COWS.
W. B. HANCOCK.
arp Iw Dexter Stables. 42 Baronne al reet.
EXCURSION TO THE JETTIES.
The magnificent DAsasenger steamer
ROBI1tRT IE. LBE,
Win. Campbell. master,
will make an excursion trip to the JETTIE.,
leaving foot of Canal street at 9 o'clock, on MON
DAY M >,NING, April sa. 187.
TLckets for the round trip (including meals)
Eve Dollars.~ apss 2
Temperance Lunch House,
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
IS ..............CAMP BTREET ..............
Pure Sweet Milk and Butter Milk, and home
made Pastry, alwaya f ShTE. Agent.
apli lm J. U. MALLIBTER. Agnt.
ENGLISH LAP RUGE',
IN LINEN.
FOR BU(WIY AND CARRIAGE U1b,
New and Beautiful Designs.
J. LEVOIB & JAMISON,
aple 2t No. 128 Canal atreet,
NOTICVE TO APPLIUANTI.
Office of' State Sutperintendent of
Public Education for Louisiana.
All atpp)licatloons hIertofore uddressed to the
undersigned, for positions t(l tehullnr or inA
porti'rs or portresses, hitav hwrIn tratnsferred to
the offie of Win. O. Itogers, Feq.. Chiief buper
intendent of the City Publli Selhools.
Applications for positions in New Orleans
should hereiafterr Ie adremisd to the City Board
of Dlreotors, and he lnft with Ihe Chief Superin
tendent, or with the 8oeretatry of the Board. J
J. O'Brien, Esq., whosoe oiifte are on the third
floor of the City Hall. And those for positions
in rural Loulsiana should he addressed to the
proper board of Publi, Sehool Directors, in the
re.e.ntive parishllo of tho State.
uperi ntnde inti are no longer autllorlizd to
slesue i'rtilliaiit e of calp ity, 'et., t ao tichers.
EIOB'T M. LUHHEIt.
Stale u pernlterndtent of Puhlic Eduatill on.
FiW OlrtwANS. April R. 1877. n.pR 1W
LIQ UIi)A TION.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY.
''The well known II ,cc i'ilishmilcnt if
I. -)E CO)1tE, ,
3M At. Charles street,
Is Inow aClling it it al griat g on l rile. A FINE;
ASH()II'ttMENTI' (OF
EN(GLIMII and FIIENI II (COa 01 H, CAS.
NIMERFI, anid GIENTLEMIEN'
FURNIS.IING (GOODS
IN (,I NEIIAL.
lIeing on the point of retiring from Bulllnees,
1. DE COIt'I'E would transfer the whole stock.
the lease and thl fixturet' cheap for cash.
ap ..1 . .
How to Get a New Sewing
Machine Cheap.
GO TO J. BOOTH'S
GEEBRAL SLWING MAOHINE DEPOT,
618 ilgazlme street, near Joseeephine.
Where you will find all the popular SBowing
Machines offered for sale at $2o to s3o below
former prioces.
HavinK just completed arrangements with the
different dewing Machine Companies to buy my
Machines direct from the manufacturers for
cash, and employing no canvassers, and having
no large salaries or e'mmlssions to pay, I can
offer greater Inducements than any other house
in the city.
I have also a large stock of Second-hand Ma
ohine., all of which have been rebuilt, and are
guaranteed eoual to new. I can furnish any
MaN hin. required at from a20 to $0o.
I oechangs, rent and repair all kinds of Bow
ing M-achi nes.
A nomplte stock of Nooedles Oil, and attach
ments for all Machines. J. BOOTH.
015 Magazine street. New Orleans,
Agent for Buttorick and Madame Demorest's
Patterns. mht. StuWe im
TO FAMILIES.
FO1R FLRST COMMUNION.
--AT-
MICHEL LION'8,
Nos. 191 and 199 Old Levee,
I()ppositn French Market.)
$5 75.
We ian furnish, for First Communion. White
Cott0on Drill I'A'TH. White Drill VI4T, and
Black Alpmna COAT. one White CIAVAT. one
Htraw IIAT, latest otyle, all of first quality and
well conditioned, for $5 75.
ap5p 10t
110! F01U TIlE RACES!
How to Keep the Dust Off.
FINE L.NLN DU-STE-Rf,
At $1 25 and Upward.
FINE LINEN ULSTERS,
At $2 75 and Upward.
FANOY OOLORED TIES,
50 cents per Dozen.
Leon Godchaux,
ap7 7t Nos. 81 and 5s Canal street.
DENTISTRY.
J. R. WALKER, P. D.' .,
No. IO80 elerd 8treet,
Latest Improvements and best styles of both
Operative and Mechanical Dentistry at most
Moderate Prlens mhb tf
THE 1 LW UKLEAll
Sanitary Excavating Co.,
(Incorporated by an act of the Legislature, with
exclusive privilege of EIPTYING VAULTS,
PRIVIES, SINKS, Etc.)
Are now in full operation, and are prepared to
perform the above work with promptness and
dispatch. The advantages derived from the use
of the
Odorless Excavating Apraratus.
as used by the company,are that the work can
be performed at any hour of the day or night,
the thorough manner in which the deposits are
removed, the absonce of nll offensive odors, the
short space of time required (an ordinary sink
being emptied in from ten to fifteen minutes)
and, above all, ITS CHEAPNESS.
All orders left at the Company's office, No.
Common stret, or sent to Postofllee box No. 913.
wlill rnlv prompt artention. mihls Im
KID GLOVES.
NEW SPRING SHADES
JUST OPENED IN
Our 75c., $100 and $1 25 Gloves,
Also, another invoice of those famous
" Charles" i aseamlet·s.
In two, three and four buttons, black and col
ored. Also. full lines of
WHl& AND COLOIns REAL LISLE.
IRlelGB'. Glover, a swetret.
IN SEOURING IN THE
Markets of Europe and North,
-THE-
GREATEST BARGAINS
THAT ARE TO BE HAD.
We beg to inform the publlic that we haveo ios
recnived from the GREAT h ALE in New York
whereat $1,00o,000 of Goods were sold.
$50,000
of DRY GOODS of all kinds and desoripilons.
These Goods are not damaged hardly, but had
to be sold with the balanoe of the stock, and
were picked out by our Uxuerlinced buyers.
This large lot of Goods consiste of the latest
importations of
WHITE LINENR,
LINEN LAWNH,
DATIHTEM.
NAINHOOKM.
I'IPUH.
IANDK EIKRCIIEFS.
TOWELT.
DAMASKR,
ALPACAS.
JACONET EDGINGf.
All guarnntoed.
OUID IN EVERY RESPECT,
llut, having been sel .ted tn above, we are offer
ing the'm at tih
$40,000 WORTH
---OF-
FancySpringSilks
All styles of BLACK GItENADINES, BLACK
BOMBAZINES, TAMISE.. ALPACAS, DE
LAINES, Etc.. at
RUINOUS- PRICES,
All from the (Grat Bankrupt Sales in the
North.
--Grandest assortment of
Summer Silks in the City,
--At only--.
75 CENTS A YABD,
Fu1lly worth double tim money. Call and san
plo them.
Also received, from the recent largeo ale of
CALICOES,
whereat :ta(a cLa(R of PIIINTM were sold to the
hignst bidder.
--We offer-
20 eaes cholee 1'RINTH at 5 (Onts a yard.
20 c(ins best PRItNTH at 6 vents a yard.
The pri'oe last week for t.heso same.Uoods was
7 and v cents.
-I
I.
IPOPIT.jL
Dry Goods Stores
203 Canal street, between Burgundy
and Rampart.
Branch;8tore--228 and 23S Royal street,
corner st. Philip.
NOTICE :
We have made. preparations to avoid any
rush: Ihave eCngt.', d mnor'e Salesmen, and shall
see(' that all ers are pIroperly attended to and
politc:ly shown through the vawst Stock, whether
they c.ol(me to buy or inot.
PRICES ARIE MARIKED In PLAIN FIGURES
Samples sent to all parts of the country free
of charge.
THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE SO
LICITED.
THEO. DANLZI9ER'S SON,
os anal et, between Burundy and Bampart,
Brach store-Sea sd R.lo a street, corner
oiaiauaate l'ia- will ba t
of this ma0,tnyon , D..D SDAY EYZN..
IN, tith inst., at i o'K at the Armory,
corner Washinaton and rytania streots, AIl
portant business. By oder,
CHAS. PAtrL r, B. PLEASANTH,
aplou Firet Sergt. Capt. Conmd'g.
Oflee Uoard of 1iay Inspectors. Par
ish of Orleans, No. 25 Poydras street, New Or
leans, April 7, 1587 -The legal Board of Hay
Inspeotors are now organized. All receipts of
hay are het eaftor subject to be weighed and In
spected by them. P H. WATER
dMOlIS Bt CHEW.
aDs 1w W. E. OLAf K.
Creaceot City Rallroed Caompany. 133 Carsal
street, New Orleans. April 6.1877.-The annual
election for directors of this company will be
held on MONDAY, toth inst., between the hours
of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m., at the offloo of the com
pany. J. I. J UDEN, eeretary.
ap7 lot
Parties Havrln Pledges with the Un
dersigned, and on which back interest is due,
are hereby notified to settle same, otherwiso
they will be sold at Auotion. Hale to begin
MONDAY. April 1e, through PlacideJ.Spear.
Auctioneer. A. TES~TAIeT,
ai11t22 Corner Iloyal and Toulouse.
Loan and Pledge Aseoclatlon-Notlece Is
hereby given that an election for president
Oa-hler and Three Directors of the Loan an
Pledge Association will be held April Il, 1877, be
tween the hours of loa. m. and2 p. m.. at the
office of the Association, 110 Gravlr street.
ape 10t* E. B. BENTON, President.
Offiee New Orleans and Carrollton
Railroad Company, New Orleans, April 4. 1877.
At a special meltilg of the Board of Directors
held this day. a dividend of TWO AND A HAlIF
PLER CENT was 6eclared out of the earnings of
the past three months, payable to the stock
holders of this company or their legal represon
tatives, on and after FIIDi)AY, the ldoth inst.
apa Ist WALTER V. CROUCH, Secretary.
Ofise LouRsiana EIquitable Life IMMureOnee
Company, corner (ravier and Carondolet,
streets, New Orleans, A -il 4. 1877 -In compli
anoe with Article IV of the charter of this com
pany, an election for Eight Directors to serve
luring the ensilng three years. will be held at
the oflfce of the Company on MONI)AY. the 16th
day of April, 1877, between thll. hours of 12 m. and
2p.m.
ap4 mot WILLIAM HENDFtHON, Rec'y.
For the Lake - Ofllce of New Orleans
City Ilallroad Company, No. 124 Canal street
New Orleans, April 1,1877.-From this date trains
for the Lake will leave the city at 7 and 9 o'clock
a m., and every hour thereafter until o'eclock
p mi The last train will leave tie Lake End at
9 o'clock p. mn. C. C. LEWIS, Secretary.
apt tf
WANTSB.
W ANTEI-AT A BARGAIN FOR CABS-A
Ssmall, well-established sugar planatieon,
on a navigable stream. Address L. H. B.. this
office,. Lp 4t*
W ANTED-BY AN ABLE-BODIED WHOLE
sale and retail grocery Clerk employment,
in city or country, in any capacity whatsoever.
Unexceptionable references. A. B., D -mocrat
office. mh's tf
W ANTED - SECOND-HAND OARRIAGES
and Buggies. Any one having such. and
wishing to dispose of them, can find ready
sale for them by calling on L. T. MADDUX, as
Carondelet street. Also, a full stock of Car
riages and Butgges, and a complete stock of the
Japanese Child's atriage and Cradle, a most
wonderful combinstion; In short, a full stock
I a everything appertaining to the Carriage
business-all of which will be sold at reduced
prices to suit the times. The community is
most cordially Invited to call and examine at ss
Carondelet street
mhll sm L. T. MADT)UX.
W ANTFD-A MITUATION AS A TRAVEL
Sin Agent for a Dug House, by a man
who is fa , iliar with the business, and has ex
tensive acquaintance in Louisiana, Mississippi
and Texas. Best New Orleans references given
Address C., Missnssippi City, Miss mh
W ANTED - BY A SOBER AND IN .UB
trious young man a situation as Watch
man, Porter, Salesman or Driving of any kind;
is thoroughly acquainted in the city. Would go
in the country if desired. Address W. 0. Dem
ocrat offiie. ee otf
FOR SALE.
OR BALFr--ONE FIRST-CLASS TICKET
Sto Richmond, Va., and two first-class Tick
ets to lt, Louis, Mo, Inquire at No. 19 St
Charles street. mh6
FOR RENT.
TO BENT.-Three elegantly furnished rooms,
in a central location, convenient to two
lines of city railroads, to rent, on very reasona
ble terms.
No more conveniently located or better furn.
Ished appartments can be had in the city
For particulars call at the offlee of the D-eo.
(MAT.
PROFESSIONAL CARDfS.
OGDEN & HILL,
H. N. Oom M. JA. D. Bnr
ATTOBNEYB-AT-LAW.
No. 6 Caron4elet Strt. d419
WoENEBT, ELLIS a ELLIB.
John MaEnery. T. 0. W. Ellis. E. John Ellis
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
NO. O CAMP STBEET. New Orleans. La.
COTTON SEED MEAL.
Pure and Freshly Ground Meal, of OUB OWN
manufacture, for sale by
CRESCENT CITY OIL COMPANY,
apl im 2: Union street.
. ALDERNEY DAIRY
- AND -
LADIES' LU1CII ROOM,I
142......Canal Street......142
Refreshments in home style at living prices.
Open from 6 a. m. to 9p. m.
Closed on Sundays. mh2s Im
Office 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 moderate price.
An average of fully ffty bales per hour and
at times over sixty bales per hour, has been
compressed and tied by this process. and with
practice it is believed that an average speed of
sixty bales per hour can be attained. By the
use of this Tie and Puller the capacity of a ship
can be increased fully 2o 0r cent, and the bands
are so per cent stronger than when the ordinary
ties are used.
JOH.I B., LAFITTE & CO., Managers.
mhy tm 154 Oravier street.
UNDERTAKERS.
HGRA. C. JONES, JOHN 0. BOCHE.
Formerly with Frank Johnson.
JONEn & ROCHE,
250 and 252 Magazine st.. nAar Delord.
Undertakers and Embalmers.
All business entrusted to the firm will receive
prompt and careful attention at moderate rates.
Carria~as to hire. la?5 ly
Seat "tails Nos. 37 & 38 IMagazine Market.
Supplies Shins. Families. Hotels. etc.. with
EGGA, Vr G(ETABLES,
BOWIA, S AU,
Beef, a3 MEutton
Perk, smass"" Tvlpe.Wse., Ute.
And everytbing the market affords.
MARTIN LANNEB. Ja., Buteher.
TVa d 1se . 1l61 Massau Market i
CABNIVAL WEEK IN AMU1t E 1lIM .
oROnDDAa B for the Biff Bll.`i
t.r.tns Lester bal aok's play of 1 ,
LAL or the Rifie Bo. The same bill
We nday and Thursda TAtr111 and 12 Dion
roulcuit's Drama oLh FIE, or the dherri
Tree Inn.
Frlday, April 1:. Benefit of Mr. Roland Beed.
7he performance will commence with th
Comerd called WHONQ BIRD fN TIH
IfENI N ' afwter wloh the Bar esr1ue
~lJtlcIETIA iihA IA M D. to oonoluq,
with the Fame of OlUR l OlAING HOUN
Tthe amno bill will be repeated on saturday,
Matlinee and Night.
Sunday, April 15. and during the oak the long
promnlsod Novelty -ntitlod LI4MONk. or the
'idueeaod and the Unequzewed,. ape
EIIARITY
XIC A M 2X".C,
----BY Trt.-
CONTRABAND CHILDREN,
Varleties iTheatres Friday, April 13, 1971.
teception Cemmittee l
MIt. (GR. JOIHNHON, Chalr.nmn.
Mr. Walter Stafflr. Mr. Mr.A. l'nnI Mason,
Jtushtirn Fostlar, John A. Morris.
N. D. Waliev,. Enil Herman.
(io. IlratAn. (ic. Bohn.,
(.ltlltrt (Ir.'n, hIlnry DLnngrn,
Frank YuIlle, Atwood Violet.,
dFAl. 'Payne, larrlson Watts.
A. Brittmn. Frank Konnedy,
F. 11ll, ,t. T. C. Hanna,
Andrew Brown. IDolls ugaer,
D. A. H. Vaught. It. Wei., tmean.
Heugh Browun. Ph'il. hlunhanan,
Dr. 11. A. 'opv. ('ham. Smnlth,
(aptL Williams. ('has. I. .Keop.
D)oors open at 7 Ip. rn. Agony to hbog n at e.
R.teeption ( ln.nlll it will pionse, report at T.
Tickets,............ ............1.
Concert and Entertainment
(liven under the tLusieple of tho
llblHIOP POLK SOCUE l Y,
--AT-
(4RUNEW4LD HALL,
Thursday Rlvelas, April 10, 1IrS,
(kloulr'nencing at R o'clro.k.
PART FIRST.
I. Trot tlu (vale r- -'l'wo Plano ..... Spindler
Four Young Ladles.
2. Tenor Salo.....................Mr. Stnreken
U. Vaise Fantisiei-Pian,, ............ ltubinetoi
Miss V.
4. Vocal Duet............ .. ...Mendolesohl
Mrs. C. and Miss B.
5. Esta.in Valse ..........................Arditti
Miss Little.
9. Sonatar in F Major...............Beothoven
(Piano and Violin.)
Miss Wilson and Mr. Oaulier.
Intermisclon for marucl by the Band, Visit tO
Art (lallery~, hRfreshment ioom, and Floral
BowIr-.
PABT SEOOND.
i. Gnlp Milititlre--Two Pianos....... C. Mayer
Four Young tdiecs.
2. oeren!lll - Vocal Solo...................... af
Miss B.
a. ILt Me Dr.am Again--Volal BSolo ... Sullivan
Mrs. (1.
4. Rhapcodle lIongroisn No. 2-Piano......Lists
Miss IQ.
5. Galathe..... ...........................Brindis
SMiss Little.
S. Chorus from Mount of Olives......Beethoven
BRe.freshment at the following prces: Ie0
Cream 15 nwnta, BIlsRuits 21 nen (t(. (.ske oeolt,
](hlicken salad 215 entis. Sandwlehes 10 eoonts.
[ Hot Cffeoo and Milk 10 epnts.
Admission It ape
GIRUNEWALD HALL
Wednesday Evening, April 11, 1877,
At 8 o'clock.
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY TESTIMONIAl.
CONCEkT,
TENDERED To ANGELO TORRIANI,
On which occasion will appear the following
DIstlaluished Artl te and Amateurs s
Miss A. MEROIERB Sorano;
Prof. C. VAN HIUFFLEN Basso
Mons. A. LIVAIN, Flutis
Mr. FRED N. THiA'ER,
In Beolitation;S
Mr. F. CLAISORNNE, Baritone;
Mr. W. N. GItUNEWALD Pianist;
Mr. J. W. H. ECKEIT, Acoompanisti
AI'GLO TORRIANI. Tenor.
Receptlio Committee.
Mr. w. illiottt. Mr. P. Claiborne,
Mr. W. Renshaw, Mr. H. A. Denis,
Mr. T. Dugan, Mr. lD.tuagnes,
Mr. A. II. Mott, Mr. E. Violet.
PROGRAMIIME.
PAST FIR3T.
i. Grand Duet-Normna-(tor two piano.s--Wells
) r.W. N. Grunewald and Mr. J.W. H. eokert.
2. Le Fil d Corse.. ..................Morel
Prof. .O. Vin Htaffloen.
3. Le Tremulo-Air Vairlo (pour flute)
(Demereman
Mons. A. Livain. Dmr
& PyramuEamn dThiabe .......;.,.... -Ean
Mr. Fred N. Thayer.
5. Una Furtiva Lagriman.............. Donietti
Angelo Torriani.
6. Stay With Me................Belehert
Miss A. Mercier.
PAnT SECOND.
1. Grand Air du Trovatore (by request) ...Verdl
Miss A. Mercier.
2, Grand Air du Philtro ..................Aubet
Mr. F. Clalborne,
3. Air-Dese oces doe Flaro... .......Mosurt
Prof. C. Van Hufllen.
t. Phantasle Melancholique (pour flute)
(Reicherb
Mons. A. Livain.
5. Cavatine-La Muette de Portiel....-. Auber
Angelo Torriani.
e. Grand Duo des Puritains............ el. .
krof. C. Van Huillen and Mr. F. Claiborae.
Tickets 1I. May be had at Louis Grunewasd's,
Baronne street. ap6 .t
8T. PATRICK'S BALL.
ONE WEEK O LY,
- COMMENCINO -
Wednesday, April 11, 1877,
McEVOY'S
GRAND HIB eRNICA,
THE BEAUTIFUL SCENERY OF IZI.LAND,
- WITH -
HEALY'S HIBEBNIAN MINSTRELS
- AND -
PROF. ARMSTRONG'S DUBLIN BAND AND
OBCHESTRA.
GREAT NATIONAL MUSICAL AND PICTO
RIAL ENTERTAIhMENT,
- INTRODUBsIN -
A FULL COMPANY
- IN -
Original Sketcher, Dances and Fares.
Matinees Thursdays, Saturdays and Tuesdava
Ad lisalon 75 cents. aps8l
EASTER.
ON HAND, A LARGE AND BF,I 8PT
Sof Rhh s Wines. French. Hunmarian _
California Wines. Ja,, alca and Aanta Cs
Rums, rKirch and Zwetshwasser, Californla
Fruits and Jellies.
For the Coming HolidayL.
Also on hand, alarge stck of Wbh*bki-S
dies CognacsR Gins. f'herries Ports,iz
and Vermouth, French and Germaa . OflM
Pilsner's Bottled Beer and German retlýSr.
Hole agent tor J. Kauffmanso e sOk
Beer, In barrels, and Str, Tae San ur
RoA- 'º 1 ts. Also. for UremO 40 Dotw w
nayr bChampagne.
F. HOLLANDERB,
so........cvIO EQWme a ori ....r....ak
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