1 Juilt fia w pe Ve idt .n
ganinst by at Exnly
Wash Iqittles and Allen Wstbro of rak
o.nty, Miss t wore tr at rookhaven.
oja ounty, lat Wlne for buldzp
' iane. (en The th topteombor, o alout
. tlh, Nat, who was gpeindnl the night on
£l Ain or mithwas ntrkeon out by a bol.
rmed men Iand severely anid crully wh ippe(i
out so far as we leo heard, any proetoxt
oven of exeusHU or ustifRication. The ht eHn
tied Netls and Westbrook as boing
In the party who whipped him. They also
e sin, of the negroes on Aloen
ýis's pia to leave. The p.,otil of that vi
ltr, who are haw-aliding and lpeaefull, wore
_iali lndiununt at this war-liko invaslon ,f
roolnmunity at so unsloasollabli+ atn holro
Ss the first Ibulldozing that Ihad ever. ,,.u r
SSd within the nes,,eful herders of incol01l. "nld
Ler'l xi.bldi g piitplt wore, with the Immotdl
A ommuni , justly iJnuignant, The two men
t ogg with tiln' .,ffuse were accor'dingly t im
i 4glately n rr, sild.
0 Wednesdan the lsOe" came up fort
t ad, and a ury of the most solid mno In in Ii
S.at n h,,ur. ,r tight In a verdlet of guilty,
T.bTO court ln, dltl,,iilv sentenced thu defeld
to ho fined ,e a( In tile sum of $t(t and Im
,Ient in tho county jail for two mtt.hs.
on gave loud and appealed to the circuit
- yu the Brookhaven Hornet of the tritl:
. us s nl nd, d the ilrst trial of a bulldozer in
;-~whlt a Lincoln county jury and Lincoln coun
t' oflLxers, supported by it law-tlbding conm
' anlty. which we are proud to say is not the
etae on, but the rule here, proved themselves
4le Without military aid, resorling only to the
peseelul and dignilled methods of the law, to
with and punish a crime of this dark and
: F. _ eiiul eharacter.
the first ease ,ofthe kind that ha e over oc.
tp Lincoln; it has beeoon promptly dealt
&d we hope It will not be repoated.
S r slster counties follow the example and
thop who lke the law into their hands
perpetrate such outrages upon the wenk
ll e rIpeo lss. to swift and rlltd punlsnment.
`LL ta course will restore faith in the oourts
s. 1t mate Ihe law what it should te-a shieldt
protection both by day anld Ib night, to the
r man in his cabin as well as tlhi r l'h in his
SOet your kid gloves at Kroego'rs.
k" Bead Navra's invitation to the China Palace.
Sw maoelloa ware at Offuor's, 174 Canal, op.
Russlta's Financial Condation.
.m Pntrsuion. Oct. H.-All reconiulo that
l the moment peace is impossii le. Russia
aot retire from the cont'st., until she has ac
plshed something-until sho has realized
t part of the JprogruUnlle with which she
a the struggle.
ti o her diflcultieos are increasing. The
c ee eot Of the Mtate Bank for HMptonmher
owe thathe bank has boon again making
s to the treasury. At that date the debt
o treasury to the bank amounted to 117.
roubies. This Poems to show that the
received from the second installmont of
rn loan is already spent. Whatever
the cause. the consequence is that the
Sen compelled to Issue more paper
an this stop has naturally had an un
le nfluence on the foreign exchange.
leresting for the political economist to
how the atssu of paper money and the
uent fall of the rate of exchange in
Srlees. The influence became, of
at first apparen in foreign articles.
wines, silks and tho like. As the Im
had to pay their foreign creditors and
rm-house dues in gold, they had to
* prices of the articles imported. This
immediately sffect articles of home
-. but now the influence Is extending
The low rate of exchange has raised
- al price of grain, hocause exporters
T gold. and the price of graln in Inus
etenrmind by the foeolgan markets. An
as grain, the first noeestary of life, rises
Oe, everything o so must do so likewise.
j'Our kid gloves at Kreeger's.
Ma s invitatioi to the China Palace.
.iape and styles in ohin? at Orner's
- i CU anal street, opposit Yarletiee
A Measure of Preanution.
a happy spot where a number of negrols
an ol d negro was hoard calling out
wife: "'Mandal is you gotdem chickons
up In do smoke house like I told yer?"
an' I like ter know what's do matter
you dat you's so 'tickler 'bout docm chick
at once?" she replied. "Neber you
. know what's do mattor, and dat's nulT
em chickens Is housed. When I hears
den niggers ober dar in do next yard is
to hab a party to-morrow iight, I
6 t4o be shuro dat lmy chickens doesn't
t, ou hear me!" 'he chickonens were at
Blead Navra's invitation to the China Palae,.
gOot your kid gloves at Kreoogr's.
your kid gloves at Kreogor's.
'We are near the first sof the mouth aMl would
trefore at vise our frield8 to itke bard st
oeoIha.d' restai rant, No. t (C.arouidlot
reot. His p' ices are nlst roIaHoiinhli.
By R. M. & B. J. Montgomery.
BOfSES, MULES. BUUGGIES. COWH.
i Saddle and I harness HORSES.
o I MULES.
I tMlch COWS and CALVES.
4 fine Alderney COWS.
I Bne Aldorney BULL.
Just landed per steamerl( Contenlliatl,
B. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY - R. M.
ontgomery, auctionoor-Will bo sold on
N.DAY, October :i. 1877, at 11 O'clock a.
B at No. 7o Barouno street. the ablnv men
By Hoey, Macon & O'Connor.
.VALLETTE J)tY DOCK STOCK AT AUC'
Y HOEY, MACON & O'CONNOR--Nicholas
J, Hosy Auntlioneer--Ofmce No. 11 Oaroudo
atreet-On SATURDAY, November :I. 1877.
i o'clock m., at the St. Charles Auction Ex
will be sold at public auction
"Y SHAKES OF STOCK of tihe Valhltto
- k Company, to be sold in lots of thirty.
'rms-Cash before triansfor. ose td
.. LEON VOITIEEI,
............OYAL BTEET..... 21
forms the public
that he hIs now
in storo a large
Elastic Socks for Gentlemen Ladles
dren. The Ladloes' Department is under
s.. oal charge of Mine. VOITIEII. Also has
. sdome assortment of fino Cutlory. All
Sua rdý Gr nd and har enir
IIJU S. THURSDAY and B TUR
CHAM . LACOUIE,
lesalo and Retail Liquor Dealer,
,8 ST. CHARLES STREET,
gJf0oua r Gravier street, Now Orloans. La.
Goldeborouh. Forster & Co.'s colebrated
R andW. W. Johnson k Co.'s OLD
RC5 RBON. Both of above Whiskies
lied expressly for C. LACOUME: also,
on hand numerous other brands of line
Sgrocery and family trade supplied.
Also. proprietor of
rIes dar' ant lUIar Deenm.,
Under St. Charles Hoel.
By George Pearson.
GOOD TWO-STORY FIRAME COTTAGE ON
MELPOMENE STREET. BETWEEN HOW
ARD AND LIBERTY STREETM.
ONE LOT OF GROUND ON LOCUST HTRIEET,
BETWEEN I'OYDRAS AND ST. MARC
01I1) TO EFFECT A PAII ITION BETWEEN
BUCCESSION OF MARK PATTERSON.
Socond Dintriet Court for the ptrish of Orleans-
B Y GEORGE PEARSON Auetlonoer-Office
No. 90 (amp street-Will be sold on SA'ITUR
DAY, November 1o) 1577, at 12 o'clock m., atthe St.
Charles Auction kxcbhaugo, by virtue and in
purstuance of an order from the Hlon. A. L.
Tissot, Judge of the 8e0 ond District Court for
the )trish of Orlians. dated Heptember 15, 1877,
and rendered in the above entithld succession,
the following ,descrlbed property, to wit
1. A LOT OF OGIOUNI), with the buildings
and Im rovoments theroon situated in the
snjlureo No. s1. bounded by Melpomene. Terp.
.iehore, Howard and Lil:erty streets, in ti
First I) strict of this city; said lot is designated
as No. It of said sofuare, and measures 32 feet 9
inlche·s lines on Meltomene street by 127 foot 9
Inlches in depth between parallol lines. Amori
ean measure, the whole tncording to a plan
drawn by (G. T. Dunbar. then survoyor dated
April t, 1848, and deposited in the of110o of
Thomas Layton, late a notary In this city.
2. A LOT OF (tROUND. situated in t o First.
Distriet of this city, in tilhe st uare bolunded by
Locust, Hevia St. Marc and Poydras streets,
and designated as lot. No. 14, on a plan made by
L. Ilrlntglor, lMurveyor General, dated Decemniler
214. 13:tc. annexed to an inventory of the sne
consion of tb late Henry do Eusle. In the office
of the late ('arlile Pollock. notary on January
23. 1:17; said lot measures :t teet 11 in+ction es
lines frontt on Locust street by 122 foot 7
inches 1 line in depth.
The property ilrstly desurIbed was acquired
by the said deooeased Mark I'atterson by plr
,haso from the succession of Robert Ivoy. by an
act pwn.sed before Willtam 1. Poole. a notary in
this city on O(itober 2a, 180o; and the property
secondly deselibod was acquired by the sald (c
ceased by purchase from Michael Finnigan, by
an act passed before MtiehIel Gernon, a notary
in t. Is city on August 2. 18515.
Terms--iash; the purchaser will be reqoired
to mako a deposit of 10 per cent on the anmountt
of the adjudication at the moment of the sale.
and to assume payment of all taxes for the year
1877. payable in 1878.
Acts of sale tit the expense of the purchasers,
before C. M. tnmerson, notary public.
010to 17 31 nol0
By S. Guanault.
HENRY MOIIR VS. F. W. COPPING, ET AL.
Second District Court for the Parish of Orleans
BY S. OUINAULT, Auctioneer-Offlce corner
of Exchange Alloy and Blonville street
MAT UItDAY. Novomber 24, 1877, will be sold. at 12
o'clock m.. at the Merchants and Auctioneers'
Exchang.e, Royal street, between Canal and
Cust(omhounse streets, by virtue of a judgment
from the honorable the Hocor, District Court
for the parish of Orleans, rendered October 5.
1877. aid signed Oltober 10 1877
1. A CI,- TAIN PORTION OF (IROUND. sit
uated in the Third Distrlct, of this city. making
part of a lot of ground designated by N,. 2. In
square bound: d by Love, Goodohildren, Myste
rious or Columbus land Mt. Anthony s reots, on
a plani made by urgl, datoed November 12. 150,.
which portion of ground is taken fromn the side
of said lot No. 2 next to St. Anthony street, and
measures, American measure, more or less, il
feet front on Love street. a; feet, deep on the
side toward Mysterious street on the line dlivid
nag it from the remainder of said lot No. 2, 71
feet deep on the other side toward St. Anthony
streot and to feet ia the rear.
2. AND ANOTHEI PORTION OF GROUND,
adjoining the above having. American meas
ure 15 foot front on Love street. 6n feet dhop on
the line separating It from the property lately
belonging to J. C. Thomas. CA fot s Inches e
lines deep on the line separating it from the
portion of ground above desotibed; said por
tion of ground making part of lot No. 2 and of a
small portion of lot No. 1, on the aforesaid plan.
Act of sale beforeTames Fhey, notary public,
at the expense of the purchaser.
c0023 3 nos 15 24
By R. M. & B. J. Montgomery.
SUCCESSION OF MARIE ANTOINET'I'E IilA
MONTE. DECEASED. WIFE OF IR. W.
Bocond District, Court for the Parish of Orloans-
I;Y It. M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY-It. M. Mont
o rýmery, Auettionotr - Will ibe sold on
WEIDNE,4DAY, Novehmbir 7, 1877, 4at 12 o'clock
in., at St. (tCharles Al'tiOli Exh'i..nug rotunda
Nt. (lharlis Hotel. by virtue tntd puirs1talit Ito Ii
)rdl'r from theil Hlon. A. L, TissOLt .luign of tlhe
Meond )ist riO.t (Court for the tatrish of Orians.
dlt.d Sepl ttelt r re. 1877, of theI docki't of said
A CERTt41N LOT OF GIrOUNID, with fall the
buildihns "aln improvmentets ,hor1oi"an1 d ap
ullrtl-tll:.noee thereof, Hitluate ill tlII t Hecond
Dist.cltI of this city, in the sqtulare bounded by
Royal. )Duallllle, t. Philip !and Bourbon
1str t. hatving, Americattn Ittas rto, 41 foot, t
inbtthes I lines front on Roy-,I street. 13t fot '2
lines deep on the lines toward it,. Philip treeot.
o(i flet 1 inchehs 4 linos dooep on the line toward
Ilumtaino stro.t; thenoer rlnnlling at II right
angle 15 fit( 7 inthes 4 lints towa rd St. Phil lip
street; thtence runntil.g a Iflrther dtepth of ai:
feett 1 neh r5 lins, and thentctn 1: feet, r inches 2
lintes In width in lth retar. Which proptrty was
ietqillllr'-I by said Mrs. Ogdon lln and by anll at
of sartitlion with hetr sister, Mrs. Pod ro Cu
sths,. p~iassel bIktfort( Edward G. Gottschalk,
notatry pbli t in lthis city, on thite 18th day of
Torn-s-Cash. 0o7 26 31 1107
By Plaoide J. Spear.
SPLENDID PROPERTY ON DELOIRD
STREET. BETWEEN FRANKLIN AND
RAMPART STREETS. FIRST DISTRIICT
SUCCESSION OF PETER WEIICKLE.
Sconid District Court for the Parish of Orleans
Y PI'LACIDE J. SPEAR, Auctioneer--OmTo
- 44 Royalstreet--On SATURDAY. Novembeg r
17. 77, aiit 12 o'clock m.. will be sold at Dublic(
au,.tion, at the Merchants and Auctioneers' Ex
chiange, on Royal st roeet. betweein (ICaal and Cus
toInlhouseM streets, by virtue and in pursilnnee
to an order from thei Hon. A. L. Tissot. Juidgii
of Ithe SHeoltid Dis ricrt Court for tihe parish of
Orhlanu, dated August t31. It77, f."r ac.eount of
said s.u"cession., the following describtxd prop
erty. to wit
A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND. with all tho
buildings and improvemeuts thereon, situated
in theu First District of this city, in the sluare
hIounded by Delord. Franklin, Rampart and
Eu dhrosino streets, designated as lot No. 6., on
a tlan drawn by Zimnpel on the seventh of
April, 18:1, deposited in the ofll,'o of H. B.
Couas, thenou notary; said lot measuring, in
Americaln measure, 25 'eet trout on Dtlord
street by 1tnt foot in deptth between parallel
Terms-Cash on adjudticition.
Act of sale before Theodule Buisson. notary
public. at the expense of the purchaser.
o.16 2331 in a 13 17
A RARE CHANCE
- FOR -
A PERSON WISHING TO SECURE HIMSELF
A Neat and Comfortable Home.
That handsome, well-finished and beauti
fully located raised cottage, retired from the
street, with garden in front and on side, situ
ated on Milan street, at the corner of Coliseum,
in the siuiare boutded by said two streets. Ber
lin and Perlier streets. in the Sixth District of
this city. in the immediate neighborhood of two
lines of cars, of the new public school on Chest
nut street, and of market and e~lurches.
The house contains a. parlor dining room
and two bed rooms a15xb, sitting room and
kitchen. and is in perfect order, having just
been thoroughly repaired and re lainted.
There is n the yar a ver cisern
A. ROOHEREIAU & a00.,
SOLE AGENTS FOB THE SALE OF
ER0'. &, COMIPA.NT'B
BRANDIIE, WINES, VERMOUTHS, OILS, ETC.,
I South William St., New York. 16 and Is mt. Louls Street, New Orlensa.
JNO. JEWETT & SONS,
p -AND-- LINSEER
--OF-- ~ /E I
The above LEAD is sltrltly PITBE. Thyi havn manufactur'd only this quanlity for the lIst
twenty yoars. Guarannlood as goo(l as any niadu In tllis country, and tho atovo OIL is WAR
RANTED to be I'ER'FECTLY I'UVIE. For salI by
W. M. AI111ATr. No. 32 Peters street,
0024 am HOLE AGENT FOR NEW ORLEANS.
G1O TO GR[UNEWALD HALL,
-FOIR TIIE BEST
PIANOS ANTD ORA1NS,
WHICH ARE OFFERIED AT
L( )W1:I1, 'l1lCi S
Than at any other Music House In this Country.
A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF THE CELEBRATED PIANOS OF
'St-e aillwHway. I nllrttl)., l.levyel n»id I'ifci-her
ALWAYS ON HAND., AND SOLD ON EASY. ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
Get My Estinmtes Before Purchasing klhewhere.
Spoolia attention paid to REPAIRS ON PIANOS, which aro done by skilled workmen at mod
orate prices, and using only the BEST MATERIAL.
Dultying overtthing for CASH, and having no III011 CANAL STREET RENT to pay. I can eel
my goo.e MUCH LOWER, and let my customers have the bonollt of it.
Your patronage is rospectfully solicited.
0o21 Granewald Hall, 141, 16 O 16, 20 and 22 Baronne isteet, New orleans.
NEW MUSIC AND PIANO STORE,
NO. 135 CANAL STREET, TOURO BUILDING,
THE RENDEZVOUS OF THE MUSICAL WORLD.
The Headquarters of the Piano and Music Trade of New Orleans and
The honsa "Worloin " is renowned for its LOW PRICER AND ACCOMODATING TERMS, and
for the SUPERIOR QUALITY of its instrumouts. At his Mammoth Warerooms can be found
an assortment of
200 PIANOS AND ORGANS,
CONSISTING OF THOSE UNEQUALED AND PERFECT
Uvitght. Squaro and Grand Piano'
The ologant Upright
The standard EMTEY Organs.
MASON & HAMLIN
Sand NEW ENGLAND Organs.
Also fifty soeond hand Pianos and Organs at prices to suit overyono. Every
instrument sold is fully walrrantd.
DIRECT IMPORTATION OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Strings tc.. TECOJITE'S and othr BRASS
INSTRUMENTS. sold at Wholusail and Retatl. at prices to defy all com
SHEET MUSIC--TIlE LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH.
PIANOS REPAIRED. TUNED. If AULED OR STORED AT REASONABLE
PRICES. OLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
TO OUR NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS, FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC.
Having leased for a term of years the large and beautiful store in the
forming the corner of Camp and Poydras streets, we will take possession of the
same during the
MONTII OF SEPTEMBER,
-with one of the-
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS
EVER OFFERED TO THIS COMMUNITY. CONSISTING OF
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DINING-ROOM, LIBRARY, HALL AND OFFICE
OF EVERY STYLE, DESIGN AND QUALITY.
FINE FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS.
AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
OF EVERY GRADE AND PRICE.
In the meantime we will REDUCE OUR PRICES on our stock in Armory Hall to obviate the
expense of moving. Parties wishing to take advantage of this reduction should call before
Thanking the Public for their generous patronage during.many years past, we hope by striet
attention to business and upright dealings, to merit a continuance of the same in ear new
.rt M. & B. J. MONTGOMERY.
N. 3-L. WeiU [email protected]!LA for ei A E1N EAMR.
Corner Tremont and Church Streets,
aUBA A OMFILA, Lessees.
(Formerly of the Grand Southern Hotel.)
The Palace Hotel of Galveston.
This elegant Hotel, lately completed,
s irw :=OW OP3LTIN
ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC
Being built at a cost of $400,000. it will be first
class in every respect, with all the latest ima
provements. ELEVATORS, ELECTRO ANNUN.
BATH ROOMS ON EVERY FLOOR.
We therefore take plnasuro In soliciting
A CONTINUANCE OF THE PATRONAGE
extended by the commercial men to the late
Grand Southern Hotel.
SBISA & ORFILA. Lessees.
Formerly of Grand Southern Hotel.
ATrows BaS.sA, Js.. Chief Clerk. y27 em
CHAB. O. JONES. JOHN G. IBOOEU
Formerly with Frank Johnson.
JONES a ROCHE,
560 and 262 Magazine st.. near Delord.
Ua4ertakers and Embalmers.
All business entrusted to the firm will receive
prompt and careful attention at moderate rates.
Carrigas to hirm las 17
LEON QUa YROUZE. OSOAnBOIS.
QUEYROUZE &; BOIS,
DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUOR8
And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUOCE
At the Blue stores.
Corner Old Levee and Bienville streets.
de14'7e ly New Orleans.
NEW CROP OF TURNIP SEED THIS YEAR'S
Also, a full assortment of all SEASONABLE
SEEDS, including large late Flat Dutch
and Drumhead Cabbage, superior
For sale at the NEW SEED STORE.
D1 i.a.Z LZN I aw marm ,
No. I CAMP STREET,
Seed sent by mall, postago paid. All orders
pr0mptly attended to. __ aull am
GREAT RED UCTION
- OF TIIE -
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
BEWARE OF WORTHLErSS IMITATION
WILL LAST A LIFETIME.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND CASH PRICES.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
85 CANAL STREET.
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
No. 23 Commercial Place, New Orleans.
BELL HANGING, IRON RAILRINGS. AND
General House Work attended to at short
notice and reasonable prices. Al"?3. Vaults,
Locks and Copying Presses re airedl Duplicate
Keys of all descrlptions made. S!fe repair
Ina a seetiAlty mv9 '17
The undersigand bogs to inform his friends
and the vublic that the
attached to his Confectionery on Canal street,
corner Carond,+lot having boon refitted, will re
open on TUESDAY, the lath inst.
As herotofore, he will execute orders for Balls,
Mtarriages, So trees and Receptions, with the
4sst our market affords.
N. KUNTZ. corner Canal
- 10 l m and Carondilet streets.
GAS FIXTURES8 FOR SALE,
Below New York Wholesale Prices,
EITHER TO THE TRADE OR PUBLIC GEN.
Also a large supply of English Pipe Hooks
Gas Fitters' Tools and Malleable Fittings can
be bought, for cash, at less than factory quota
tions, at 60 Camp street.
au2s ly JOHN C. PFLMINr . Agent.
JAMES D. EDWARDS,
(Successor to Daniel and J. D. Edwards.)
STEAMBOAT, RAILROAD AND E.NGI!
Manufacturer of the most Improved
STEAM TRAINS FOR MAKING SUSA. ,
And every description of
Copper, Brass and Sheet-Iron Work.
Dealer in Iron Pipe and Fittings for Steam,
Water or Gas ; Brass and Iron Valves; Cocks;
Oil Globes; Steam and Water Ganges; Boiler
Tubes; Bolts and Nuts; Punched Nuts; Log
ScrewsA Washers; Rivets; Cistern, Well and
Force Pumps ; Brass and Iron Wire Cloth: Rub
ber. Lubricating and Hemp Packing; Rub
ber Hose; Belting; Lubricating, Lard, Signal,
Linseed and Headlight Oils; White Lead; Cot
ton Waste; Cotton Stem Packing; Gas Pipe
Stocks and Dies Pipe Cutters; Tonas;
Wrenches: Pipe "Vises; Jack Screws; Flue
Brushee; Flue Scrapers, etc.
Agent for the
CAMERON SPECIAL STEAM PUMP
PUMPING.JUICE AND SUPPLYING BOILEBR.
Send for Prioe List.
JAMES D. EDWARBDB.
bL a .sd a Vront lad 3.Ri p sad I DilOI
(11~LlljqDD ~ fwr st·~b~·t I
T NIEHx A ],fm ETO
Via Lousvl via Atlanta and Lou
ARYING THE U. S. MAIL.
Trains arrive and depart from Depot, foot oi
Canal street, as follows:
Express ...... 7:55 a. m. Express...... 8:36L 2:
Express ..... :H . m. ExpressB.... 9:80 p.
Pullman Palace CUrs dailly to Olnz1nnat,
Louisville, Nashville, St. Louis Washington,
Baltimore and Philadelhia withoute
and only one hage to New York and trn
Ticket offiRo. corner of Camp and Common
street, opposito City Hotel,
D. Bi. ROUINSON. Sunerintondent.
mlh2 tf J.,W. COLEMAN, Ticket Agent.
Depot at the head of Elysian Fields street, nest
the Love,. Third District.
Excursion to or from the Lake and ret rn
same day. 20 cents. Children under twel.y
years 10 r:nts.
Trains will leave as follows:
From the City. From the Lake.
6 o'clock ........a. m. 7 o'clock .....,
7% o'clock ........a. m. .s% o'clock ......a. m,
9 o'clock ........a. m. o'clock. a. im.
10% o'clok .......a. m, I ~ o'clock ........a m.
12 o'clock ........ m. 1l o'clock ........p.m,
2 o'clock ...... i .m. 2% o'clock ... .*.p. m,
e o'clock ....... m. . o'clock ......p,n
6 o'clock ........m. M4. o'clock ........D,
6 o'clock ....... in. n. % o'clock ........pa,
7 o'clock .......p. m. 7% o'clock ... .....m,
8 o'clock ' .......v. m. 8s o'clock ... ....m,
9 o'clock ......... m. 90% o'lock ........pm.
10 o'clock ....... .. m. 10% o'clock .........m.
On Sunday the trains will be run eoer hail
hour from 2 o'clock o. m. On Sund.wy morna
lngs the trains leave the eitrat 6 o'cloli for the
accommodation of sportsmen.
Passengers for Gentilly must notify the eon.
ductor prior to the departure of train,
aul '77 ly D. B. ROBINSON. Reoeiver.
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE
PASSENGER ROUTES TO ALL POINTB
NORTH AND EAST.
Reorganized for the Summer of 1llf,.
Working out of New Orleans via the N. O.a0,
M. R. t.. and presontilng tih following attr
lines to the attent ion of all North-bound TOt
late and Travelers:
Route No. I-All Rail.
Via Montgomery Columbus. MaYeon, Aul0lte,
Wl mlngton. aichmond.
6S Hours, New Orleans to New Tert.
The same time always as by any other line.
Pullman Sleeping Cars to Opelika.
Solid Day Trains thence to Augasta,
Pullman Sleepinag Cars attached s at t.-nI
Through train Wilminaton to Blehmon
New York with Elegant Parlor Oars -idio
Richmon d-thenoe Pullman Sleeping lgr to
ALL CHANGES AT 8.ASONABLE HOUIR
AND INTO CLEAN AND PROPERLY
Route No. s--ay Line.
Over the same lines to Wilmington asby Ou
No. 1. Thence by Speelal Parlor Oars toPorts
mouth, Va. Thence, at 5:80 p. m, daily (exr,
Sunday) by the magnillient steamers of B
BAY LINE to Baltimore. Thence i .W ITi
Express, arriving in New York at 2:05 p, m.
A sixty-nine hours' run-only seven hours Is
excess of all rail time, with the advantage of an
undisturbed night's rest and superior scom
modations upon the Chesapeake Bay.
] oute No. 3-T h Old DOWnntioa L .e.
The same Lines to Wilmington and Por
mouth as Itoutes 1 and 2. Thence, on Mo
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5:30 p. m. tlM
magnificent sidowheel steamships of the OL
DOMINION COMPAN , which invariably arrie
at their New York wharves at 9 p. m.
A through run of 76 hours, combining the
essential elements of Cheapness. Speed ad
Passengers should leave New Orleans Suir
days, Mondays and Thursdays to connect cloe
ly with this Line.
For Tickets, Checks, Time Cards tani all In.
formation apply at the offices of the New Or.
leans and Mobile Railroad.
A. POPE General Passenger Agent.
J. H WA.ITE. Southern Passenger Ag
H. W FOWLER New Orleans Agent, corner
Charles and &ommon streets. mrt4
GREAT JACKSON ROUUTl.
NEW OBLEjANB DT. OT m Xa D 0C
DOUBLE DAILY THROUHIB TRAINS,
will depart and arrive as follows: from
street depot from July 15, 1877:
Express No.1.6:a p. m. I Express No. 9.10:30 aL.
Express No. . 6:16 a. m. Express No. . . :15 p
Nos. 1 and 2 run daily, 3 ana 4 daily ezeeun
PULLMAN PALACE BLEEPING G
through to Cincinnati, Louleville, Chica.eo -
ro and Milan, Tenn., without change, anr lor.
Louis a sleeper is taken on at Milan,
passengers to go through without leavint
Friday evening's train makes no conneoi0S
at DuIuoin for Chicago.
Aocommodation trains between New Orle..n
and MoComb City:
Leave New Orleans 8:3o p. m. Saturday; and
7:30 a. m. Sunday.
Arrive 9:6o p. nm. Sunday. and 9:30 a. m. Mon
daieckets for sale and information gjv6lat
Camp street, corner Common. under Ultyl o
A. D. BHELDON. Vent.
J C. CLAnxx,
Vice President and General Manager. mn
m l IIII l 1 e N N iiN . I I I--
All sufferers from this disease who are afl _
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BRATED CONSUMPTIVE POWDERS. These
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We don't want your money until you are
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If your life is worth saving, don't delay in
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Price, for large box s3, sent to any part of the
United States or Canada by mall on rnnsait of
price. Address AMH & ROBBINS,
apls ly so Fulton street, Brrooklyn. N.
All Sizes and Notion, and Dupliate Parts,
FOR SALE AT REDUCED BATES BY
OGDEN & BELL,
DEALERS IN BAGGING AND TIEB,
No. 18 Union street. sel 2m
Southern Shoe Factory
OF JOHl HANSEN
35 and 5a Canal street, New orleams.
TO ALL SBOTHEBRN ITIZENS.
I am of the same opinion as yourselves say
am determined to help build up the man un..
turin interest of our native State in order to
hel the laboring classes and keep the ao.e.
which wouldotherwise go to the_ Nrth. a
About ayee Itartea my act ry, ad
using the best material and_ pBtng m ad
romptly, Ihave been emable
orde t esse
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