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i) " ý4h ýageam ýUbKIP I vm i ion 111eh 1j", sw* wfb 3o will hB44edleir third annual 4 ow ow ewr7 by ochod :Y4C N -4b aSo*M quo ThiWieia ioel*eut al, t be ,woma,,buw "in 6f awon th 7lth ,Iat 4b,1 he will ,0lh bt7 e bmmea apoor Sr rIi, oftll ea, or he at as+ ý s bhU.wh I·aid hJ jtare pm the mime .ade"1 ps o 3 bilt tý At~t Hntbaqltw W h mirlr iii eo o ta'oIO# low et stns li~r ur Id tatn rrk t rbuin a ltmrbio. It t, " a mill Is eetabtl~hh, It heplbai VII bate ilt e.p~t. I te potutl Oh ioolahohO tueaiei Iwo iser .4h9 aiabel of Indlaidtkal she ie io wear t wiu.St the ha ndL flou ot peo0os tabout RW wltOim 10,000 iso sodl ers. The obots ;` owobaslb th owsat psde,rersby fa the most ROIUI thin Molow the oboPen oommeadsrs, `. I eo ser, anaG !malty, the groed orosses, ,bI uWRbebut fortyone, and are the highest ".m'A Ibi Wr a p.epd ne y the Legtslature of to saimea ruce the slurr or the GOernor t`/+ t to UOOOl gumpremno Court Judges from buI00ý l odgu of interior courtomund all ' otpodl llg.e from 100W to 1U000. The bill, I tel N feeI Ms the pramioulfi gns srs of the 9ýUS , go.e intoelb( t after the neat eneal Card Putttal Iseobe? of Slate has eon'. ailenme for reelpreoal ofilcial rapo.. bvYein the clan sbe and the Gtorern ~dm andi Ceutrrs. Amertou. The Pope do ImIotuhi n* tcoeto ih thosel"iaise : tuiitºno Kinletor PILepotentlery at the Vet!' "$'ep beto esob of stoa. ".A bw 7eete ago one of t.he ighly colored hfi r ategres otalcht` Crollna ordered for nossl t Doe3@ss a groweooteplttocobs f much dab ': atBslte eand desorraton that they se `' t4h Mlratham of ill egsgpeot rsr. TPhee r sele probably oost more then all the furnitwe tips te aentitl mad IsglsittiO deprtenttsti of b Hampton ome eI n Lanot the tin dip .ti theQ G rnor's seceptloas . Thie ssmuutsoa p rove. t kheeeloolrliofth u ero n owe hisea ýsovtterr hl brother laths a ~iinter t.ethsta Olctre. SOUTHERN NEWS. hesi .sana a go seldom and irregularly in aquerna parish. SW iAtnton terpr is to be Sand another venture in news. .ad. paper e from t ete oad ~ wn to ~eposItofmoe. A iolent storm of rain, wind and ita ed over0 amersville Saturday hhIast, doing a great deal of damage Pt pert y, eto. The Iberville Bouth, does not antiol pate that the dry rot will do the cane hinjury, It .lthinks the alarm me thieves bave been attempting tO n seeral houses in Port Hudson. A h lt dosen incendiaries ires have ocourred during the past few weeks. apt,. W. B. Lewis, late tax collector of Bed dlver parish, appointed by Kel, l~ro, turned over all his books and pasi3 eto B.en Wolsfon, the Nicholls appointee. Cotton seed is unusually scarce this ~rest l-all the country parishes, on ao =un=t of the large sales made to the ollworlk, and planters should DiapF n with unusual cantion. The Plaqueminees Observer thinks the ugqor .on of that parish for the coming eao l exceed any heretofore pro JuCed.A much larger acreage has been taented than last season. The ooers of the U. S. steamer were hostably received and y Baston Itouge last Saturday. . ivewas n n mown to the omoers e entert.ainments followefd h steamer in return therefor. that th prisoners confined t ja. . are allowed I ol o ring around the at niht. It is presumed that tay in J cau it is less ex to them To Go the taxpayers og their board bills ?or them. O'Brian, rIof. Mad1son alh. t he two nem. oes i @Urrifl irom e r Th ptalff was Sat hoe a t Snday morning, bhe nti rdle Mnay in a .consolous onditiot; artong from the eets of ooveI kt and expo to the cold st t e sttf lht pre utterly oblivious sbego the way Be i and the preotis wb.reabouts sý o ewho et snet found Sear was mneon Monday, when were discoveredtta dfterent ocall and both apaeatly lifleless. An tigaton was made and it was fuand one of the men was dead; the r, however, was not quite dead and Utim~ly recovered. Sb T corn area of Monroe is much rea-ter than last year. Mc omb City will have strawberries in abundance to ship to Eastern mar hets by the 15th of the month. Tuesday, May 1, Is set apart as the d U which proper homrce will be -E d the Confederate dead at vicksburg. S monument has been erected in Holly ings to the memory of the dead of ompany F, 15th Mississippi Regiment. on. H.. H. Money will preside over -the' Press Onvention whia meets on the stra Wednesday in Jne in HoLly The Vicksburg Herald is fighting the ,anttle in t age let the atteets o that town. They atre notonty dasaglnat t na. eta, but quite dangeraous. IWO·rr r~~·" _1Ir~ M-Aiua mexico, hatir ppcn sts . b e thWe li! of dupervioe he o tom Hi $slle, on the nho i n of the ld Wtr and whe le ahll ea yC fo t drwtgtl oeen Inches of water, and for six modthsa of the year by the largest cla of .ateamboats. Texas. The GulII' Coast Pair will hold a meet ing next fall. The public sqttame of Dalla, TeXas, Is to have a fountain. Cotton is not mldh planted in Gollad. The farmers are going in heavy on corn. The taxable property of Dallas is $4900000. The ni.tore.e in value for 1816 is $200,O0,. The prisoners in the Bosque county fail have petitioned to have Bibles placed In their cells. The press of the State heartily seconds the move male by Galveston to have pealker Randall visit Texas. GOsat loads of buffalo hides pass through the aity ever and anon rrom the slaughter-fields of Western Texos, says the San Baba News, While the rye, oats and barley of Oaldwell county, TeXa, are heading out, the wheat is so baly eaten by graehoPpers that Itt s belog plowed up and planted In corn, Joseph Horner, one of the Comanche bank robbers, who was recently sen tenced to ten years' imprisonment at £unteville, escaped from the Ban Anto nalo jail Sunday night. It is estimated that the fruit crop of Texas for the present year will be great ly larger than ever known before in the Itatet, while the wheat crop will be ten per cent less than last year. A correspondent of the Galveston Noews states that a negro colony In the lower part of Lee county was recently broken up by a gang of rufflans and desperadoes. The guilty parties can be Identified if the witnesses are guaran teed protection. A severe rain storm passed over Cor sloana last Friday night, which wound up on Saturday morning with a cold norther and a heavy sleet. The rain fall for the night was two lnches. It is understood that the fruit orop is not In Jured by the freeze. In a recent aill storm at Dexter, Texas, the stones were larger than ben eggs, and did much damage to windows growing orops, gardens frult trees and chickens. A mule standingln the street was knocked down, and a man was knocked off his horse by a large hail stone that struck him on the head. stone that struck him on the head. IUEBeTIITS TUB LAW. An Attempt to Irling About a Colillson between the Miaces In south Carolina. [Obhleoton Journal of Ooammero . AnnarrLL,, April 7.--Recent robberies of cribs and meat-houses at Due West, caused Trial Justice Young to issue a search warrant, for which an anony mous lettsr in negro writing gave the clue. Jessie and Cyrus Wimbush, two of the Radical ringleaders, being sue pected, five constables searched their house at Wimbushville, a negro settle ment, Wednesday. The negroes resist ed, forty armed negroes surrounding the house. Pistols and knives were flour ished, the women cursed the con stables and beat them with clubs, and the men stood by with pistols drawn. Cyrus attempt ed to kill James Todd. Todd choked Wimbush, and a desperate struggle en sued. Mr. Harkness, a white man, was badly beaten, and the whites retired. Thursday, both of the Wimbushes, armed to the teeth oursed out the whole of-Dute West, -deied Mlfr. Young's a-u thority, and said that Hampton was no Governor. The citizens wished to ar rest them, but loading men counseled patience. Mr. Young sent a posse of flfteen to-day to Wimbushville. The ringleaders of the riot escaped, but the posse arrested five, including two preachers. There were threats of a rescue. An escort of fourteen conveyed the prisoners to Abbevillelo, and lodged them in jail. Great excitement and fears of the negroes bushwhacaing the escort prevailed. TIlt NhX1 POPE. A Story that He will Re.ie nla America. A Rome correspondent of the New York Tmnes thinks it is not improbable that the successor of Pope Pinus IX may take up his residence somewhere in the United States. It is evident that the reign of the present estimable head of the Roman Catholic Church will soon be over, On the death of the present incumbent it is believed that the Italian government will take possession of all the objects of art and antiquity in the Vatican, which under the law of ruar antees to the peasoy, belong to the Italian nation. Should this be dove, sufficient justifloation will be given for the removal of the Pontifical See to some other point. Westminster, Eng land, the Island of Malta, and Jerusa lem, are mentioned as among the possti ble sites which may be selected. eNoe to be ads etfoers Congress Meets. [Q(OoimnaPt Commercisl, April 1LL Thad. 0. Pound a member elect from Wisconsin, called on the President to day, and, in speaking of prominent appointments, Mr. Hayes said that none would be made before the meeting of Congress. Some suprise has been expressed that Mr. Hayes does not make his foreign appointments and go generally into home appointments also. Theexplana tion is said to be that he is waiting to see who are his friends and who are not. This is prudent. He has more enemies in his own narty than he asuspects.--[t. Louis Republican. In good old times importations of I'ipcr-Heid aeick one year reached t5,00O baskets. Douar.s DAIL.-On and atter dnndav next. the tth inst., the Jackson Road will have two passenger rain daily, rnning to and from the eity, minF onnectom for al points North, Euat and Wet. Beurrts Ftavoawme Errat--s.- sep' ornt ead etrCact donaitsl to& pefkl Rn ,4 ge strength They are warranted the polsonous eni d amde whieh en rt. into the - o pfý arso h anotas rait flavors now in the maret. They are nt ar e to their tat are !A. AZeessma . -t ii e~m t be 16w, 4 t S t l leasdea oe If a eaI *sra.ea. speuail to N.. eal4, t W WAsn;M4iTo, Abrl 7.--len. B. F, | Butler has been4n "iP iltf for the last rtwo weeks, atteadle to bust eMs in the I local coU and before the depart. I measts. Po18s900 some peI te*r bias [(been a rumor that e .and eastor I Blaine have agreed to forgive and tf i their old time battles, polittail satioe Sityured bitternes and the one It the ren atn and the ototM in the Houe =lead thee.raldial Rerpublioqa revolt against the pollvy of the Administration in re Igard to theim Southern tSte , , A representative of the Herald called upon Gen. Butler last evening, when the Mssachusette statýsmna gave some Shi as on the .poltlii ituatt. u. SI ply the Inquiry what liu t ,f the polloy of con iliation and pa f cation, he sa.., with the most tra spa rent irony: I a aas hPr as I can be. We are all happy. Th whole coratry is happy. We have all been waiting l long time for the blessed con summtofon t hat h come to n under thei new pollut l dispnsatloa--the po Iatliea millennium, God moves in a I n~sterlolts way hise o ders to erforma. AII out quarreling an bickering, the strife between the seotlons, a at an ien: in truth, the lion an the lamb trn lying down together and (glancing in what to the Herald representative seemed the direction of the Executive mansion) the little child Is leading them. All our political disputes, con tests and rivalries are over now and there never was such a blessed condi tion of affairs." "flow I should like," said he, "to preach a sermon on that text as applied to the Administration in Parson New man's church." He continued: "You read the resolutions of the New Eng land Methodist Conference a few days " agot Those ministers represent the sentiments of the New England Metho dists. Every one of them ls a Iepubli can. The old fashioned Republicans of New England believe in precisely that doctrine, no matter what your newspa pers may ," 1 At this polnt the Hlerald represent Stive made inquiry, "General, shall we consider all this as for the public?" He replied, "I do not care whether you print it or not. I am not talking treason, an I do not intend to talk trea son. The Herald is welcome to make any use it pleases of my ideas," Afters few minutes' pause and some vigorous paut of his after-dinner cigar, ren. futler said: "Would you like to hear from the Bible a definition of this Louisiana commission business ?" Lay ing down his cigar the General took from a small bookcase near his desk an edition of the Bible, and, after fumbling over It for some time, read, with an in describably humorous facial expression, the following: "And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceaans write: These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation a of God. "I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot. I would thou wert r cold or hot. hto then because thou art lukewarm and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my muth." "What do you think will be the end Sof the policy of the Administration ?" " Well," said he, "all our political his " tory teaches us one lesson, which is this : r Compromises have never won ; on the contrary, they have always failed and destroyed the men who made them. i Compromises ruined Clay and Tyler, " They have ruined parties. Will the present compromise be an exception ? That is the question. ..... .... -·- k.4 k 4 t,,, . . .. PI *-- A COLORBD MADMAN. A Formdleble Newvro onsplracy in seorgia. [N. Y. Herald.] ATLANTA, April 7.-A party of men e from Crawtord, Oglethorpe county, have been euoarlug Atlhnta for the past two 0 days in search of Luke Johnson, the negro fanatic who incited the bloody I ri ,t in that village last week. They f succeeded in capturing him last night e together with three of his confederates. e lie says that his attempt to get pos 0 sension of the Postofllce was occasioned a by the fact that Mr. Pace, the post l master, in reading the names or ap. d pointees to postoffioes in the South, i read the name of Lake Johnson, for * Crawford. Upon inquiry he was In formed that his name had been read out simply as a joke. He declined to believe this, however, thinking the white men were trying to oheat him out of his rights, and made a formal de 7 mand for the offcle. This being re s fused, he then persuaded his secret V society to assist him in taking it by s force. He denied that they had deter s mined to make the assault. but were I merely discussing it when the Marshal's n posse interrupted them. He says that t his men fired upon the posse after the n house had been fired upon. He re. I ports' that one negro was wounded, a s fact not heretofore known, Later developments show that the s spirit of this negro club was even worse , than was suspected at first. It had r been nursed up to frantio fury, and U there is little room to doubt that terri ble consequences would have grown out of it had not the matter been ohecked by the unexpeeted attack of the club on the marshal's pose.. The ringleaders are all safely Jailed and will be tried re ularly and the facts elicited. In quiry of postoffloe officals shows that SJohneon had not received the appoint ment of postmaster. a -1·--4.------ Baeudrs Cocoasa.l--A perfcet dressing foer t the hair. The Ooooaino holdsa In liquid form a Slalrge proportion of deodorts seooeoanul oil, pre ° pared aeprly for this purpose. BUD WEISsR H(Jf PLED BICk R We have secured the ageney of the celebrated BUDWEISER BOTILED B E F0 9, which is undoubtedly the beet beer in the world. SWe offer it in cases (Pints and Quarts) at very LOW PICOES. `IILLER & 1ILM 1 NN, e mhbiSt im n n s tpt*0 a i etra - g JskD' OUIINDMY. -- are sorered , '0 #V11eftamx jrirJ No t. £i ~ . NvILPE~b u.~~~ llptw#'an Nt. lonupis an4d Trurlouse iitraetn. t~ittt1h tt t ý ntPI.... .t1, t btt ýý._ B o:Vno ,, Mnion.rtr to ARMAND HOUDIIE. 4jflplr' PIIFOBIJ; ; 131T PMTOMOAMNC 1I W , awyr B~ELSf~ iATol 1C!, AHK fSl POWDER, EtUO? ANtD CliP, Pte. 134 (thartr,. SUtet, baSr*@" 'Teuteug Ond :rt. mi.awt, Ne* OkIeUun. pTRn AIMBH PRIOM1PTLY 1 PAIRIED, NEW ORtLEANS LAUGE JuEERut CASPAR Lu5BZ, 1..r. 410 ast* 47S Chartmes street, Mbodwine tO ttii proprietore of glB1t I) Y4 atto the Dublic, thejhavina ey4 m eted bit Imimense atipatataor Inaluito. rlA@Z11 3511 ftie; arsprrad to. a..,II tie rrmp·ne QA? tW r ýýof age K ntgt Nt sp simildiair .t't ale ruard Ic h thU a l .deti mje7 P. 0. FAZENDE, Stock, Moto and Bond BROKER. OFFIOE- --No. 17600 C110 ST1leeT. mhlt t _ Portrait Painting. ( ANI INtEYtIUUhIONM GIVEN.) Portraits from life or from pictures of he deaMs., at the S 5ctoe, Oust p9f, raiLa, in oil, at i. 10o and lito; Cab net slze in oil, M and jl00: Crayt t riena, lio touo granhs, but p i rs orand' i76. dug els work, both in oil or rayon. r water oolor. a proportioned rat+_a. Sat stml t n w be Iven in oeryt ea .. Persona r osinin g abrq . en rt o alet b a , outed by sendtlnfgthe .p piqtlfres i ePost aottmtantll wit a gaith i terptln t[ per"o s nl tttin the ptyle and ssz ortrait desired will hatte their orders pro ip attended to. bountry patronage soliolt tEVRIIEP 3. O. JU10I, 5 Oaresdeies street, NEW ORLEANS. 1N. .-Instructions given In Drawing, Oravop a d Paintingdl. iasses in lonnarbo instruitqd. yv Art Ga ¶ s a ple of free resort, and the publio is Inv to vittit at pleasure. fei am SELF-IHEATING, 'NOlI ONIIISITOd One Whole Net of Irons in One. ONE IRON, WITH TWO PLUGO, WILL DO ALL TIIHE IRONING AND FLUTING - OUNE AND A O WITII'ANT - NUM1BER OF IIRONS. It is a Nickel-plated case Iron, with r wooden hand piece, heated ; and continually kept hot by two cast-Iron plugs. ITS ADVANTAGEB. First Raves one half or moreof the fuel ordi narily used in Ironing. Second sSaves three fourths of the walk In and ' changing oof the old .fiat Iron trorssa. Third Caon be heated with either eal or wood fire ourth--We utn all sides of the iron and util ei all the heast, thus gaining one-half on the old Fltrb-Alwave clean; never rusting, never brpeion aedto soot. lxth--Ono lnle heat will iron from thrt minutes to one hour, according to weight and molsture of the uaods. 8ewtath-The fire you cook with can be used for Irninga. even while the stove is covered wl~ vessels, tthus saving the entire amount of fuel ud ordinarily n Ironing. Does better aork. Im Darts more naootBness tnd glOss 'rOm the irksled face tho~lrher iron Int the sorld sd, marlset, and will eventually take the place oa the old one-faced irons. J. M. BRAUD, Sole Agent, 3Ss 1ca1tl street. mh24 im FOR SALE. A HANDBOMX PLAOE 1O TWO ACRES front on the beautiful river Teohe. comprisng as acres of excellent, newly-fenced land. of whieb o0 are admirably adapted to the oultivation of sugar, cotton, or corn; the balance consisting of a magnificent 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,,getable and fruit gardens, and all necessary a0artenan.es. This offers an excellent opportunity to any one wishing to raise stoot, or to oul Ivate cotton or sugar on a small scale, there being a cotton gta and sugar mill in the neighborhood, This prooerty has never been inunda'ed. The dwelling-house is eomfortably furnished, and will be sold with, ' without flrnittne. RAI PRIZE CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION 1876. AS THE BEBT FAMILY BEWING MACHINB. Its competitors receiving only an award for some special foature of their machinoe. The World-rmo e Wilsot Shuttle Swin Mahiin e Has Unlimited Capacity to do rill kinds or Family Sowing and MJliurcturing, ITS PATENT AUTOMATIC "(JIT O'Fr" on the land wheel prt'vcnts the masi i chine from runnalg backward,, and o;vnitrf4 thte ncvcalty of taking the work, from the machine to wind thread on the bobbllir, which must he done with all other Sewing Iachlnes, to the great annc.yniire of the operator, tr(peeialy ln, tucking, hemming and rufling. It deen or-tl.:'1d ro-o.: ri ork IL a g'veun length of time than any other S'wting macllne. WITII EVERY MOTION of the FOOT the rAVACH1NE MAIES 11X .TITtIIE'S Thi Willsn Muhinu will o a mauch Ycok in cno dy as ifu o cthe uhi It requires no special Instructions to ite it; ni Ihlltratid i)ircrtion Book In, furnished with each mach!.ne. IT CAUNOT GaT OUT O0 ORDER, AND THtE LDJUSTMENTS Ar.E ACBOLUTELY PKRFICT. A properly exeented Certificate Is furnished with eacnh maclhine, gutaranteeling to keep it In repair, free of charge, for live years. Machines sold on easy terms of payment, and delivered, free of charge, at any Railroad Depot li the United States where we have no Agents. et for Illustarted Catalt~ s . *r- Agents Wanted. For full partiourlae call or address WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO., 189 OCnal Street, 3BW ORLEASmI R. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERT'S Furniture Emporium, ARMORY HALL, 87 CAMP STREET. The Largest and Most Centrally Located Furniture* Establishment in the City. Constantly on hand, and at the LOWWET MARKET PRIOES1, the lartest and bet solsels.uL aaeortment of To be found in the Bouth. eonalating of Sualts Upholstered in Brocatel, Cotoline, Reps, Terry and Hair Clothb. and Finished In Gilt. MABBLE TDP INLAI OARD and FANCY TA& BLE' French PLATE MIRROR8 and Patent OHAItki; fne BEDROOM BUITP, with FPreeb Dr. er. re ir*lge Oass ad Arma ire; mt French Plate HALL STANDS with HALb to match; DINING-BOOM and LIBBJA SUI Olr gratde. A omn lete assortment of MSDIUM and CONMMO FURNITIIRE. of every grade suitable for .ou1i and plantation uee. - large-stoek of tBsr and knock down Iurnlla - and (haire. __ PRING A.li and MOIS MATTRlh5EE4A .. and FNATHB I IL 8 .W m and OL.'Mi. .' . LOU.NGE, made to order. ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE FROM THE BEST FACTORTE9 BOTH EAVI' AND WEST, AND OUR PRICES ABE THE LOWEST IN TBE OITY. All Goode packed and shipped free of charge. Thanking our friends and the pubti for their past patronare. we sollolt a continuance of the came in the furture, R. M. & B. J. MONTGOOMERY, Armory Hall, No. 87 Camp Street, New Orleas. ftaS hn BENEFICIAL TO THE PUBLIC. We. the understined Photonlrohers In the anitod States do stete and will bear testimony hat PIOTUIItl made br LAMBEIRI'S PATEN I PROCEQ SE8 WILL INever Fade or Change Their Colors IN THE LEAST. Also are otherwise in every resveet mor artle tic than those madle by the old proesses. w eh are bound to fade and bu.ome worthless. BAlONY....................ew Yrk. W. KEiTZ .................. York. .i3ON VAN LO ...........C..lema I. I. LANDY.................... isel . GVUT PKUN'T.......... hiiadelphia. ALLEN Ie ROWELL............st. C. gBsTNILLLE CO............iMease. C. W. MOTl. ............AIdam, Ge E. Kl.UBiER.................L.eville. RULtci ON, President of the Photo graplvu Association of the United Stales of Amerieca.........Baa .eclsee, Cl D. a. ANDostMON...... RItakeed, Vm. RHBO. IJLIa.,NTIAL. etase of Lsibsiaa. And others, too numerous to mention. TBEO. LILIENTHAL, 131............ OANAL STREET ............121 fats se Southern Shoe Factory OF JOH.I HANSEN, 5j and 5I Canal street, New Orleans. TO ALL SOUTHEBN CITIZENS. I am of the same opinion as yourselves and am determined to help build no the mmanfao rim interest of our naitive Stare i order to ý fte laboring olasses and ke ge rne uboat fe ar soo g s .rts tlo tt ry end. AboutI;~ RAILRtOADI. 0 UIIT JACK sON It OUtL. NEW OSLANS BW' LTSa AD OR) . ICAG DOUBLE DAL THI H TAINSR w .ill st. and er've am rllonw from a ';nli strew depot from March 28, 1817: O A5'. *ally, xpres No. 1.:57 ;m*. ýM 1xpreaSa jo.11 a a sm . 1 and a run dr, sand 4 daly uset YA W A C SLP throu dt nC, Tnatl, nie. Louis a slaver is taken ona ie , a -n apssengers to go through without man train. Friday venin 'a train roakes no oonneedtk Aconmmodatlon tr ns between New Orla.1N aidMeComb it.r LeaveNew Or s p0 . Saturday; 7: a. m. 8:0p.m. 5u daly. Arrive 9:1 a.m. and 9:0 p. m. Sunday, sfa : TioeW rr sale amdei fomM on t Camp street, corner e a.. .4:48 . j ess..... s y . 790. " Corner llel and a st mbase, isvlllour freends in . St s -cies.... m. zna s.. . ,a." Ticket Office. corner of Camp and Gomass streets, D.D BoBHSON. nh1ot 3f J . -('L .MAN. Tikeat Moat Axe. OAwznrs. O. ' awzsa W. 1.. CiaaoU . &. I. u - 'O A. CARTIEBE & 1Oli,: COMMISSION MER.CHAN' - Corner ERyal sad CusteambsiN Liberal Advances made on Oossignmwe. our fes WONDO!. LIVEIIPOOL. LEON 4JfZYBOXIOUZ3. O VuAU@ am4 blg~~mivoZi · !