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g.- age Afrieanf With WbIm the
glaikh Are Juft New at War.
(New Yo k Worid.)
..J.ayo is the mnt,-t po,.rtul Africrn
S so.uth of the ,eqlet,,r. He has 3.. ,000
within tihe 10.000 llarIl miles of
and they tre i p'wirful, well-helit
l.eof 1r.r ,.nri-trni,. He ht, al
aseml.l'ed 9W0) m, n ,in thi' frintier and
out his aria"'. I 'oerI are fIorty regi
- ,eVni of which, ia.ever, consist of
ver sixt.'. (f th, r tn.tiiiirn thirty
-- nrft r art' 0 lrrip,-e l of t: .h, lorp Hanil
S of hiarned i n s. the latthr ting di<
.ed hby tiiheir .tliv, i htauis, )on which
-rel't of hair i~ allowed to grow. E .'h
bas its'tii-u itt r0 time k- anri spial
At f Iirter- ir fit t. ef I h Zulu nmiales
ito the army anItI ar r ft meil Ito regi
with whiiti olir shli r-i are miiixed
W1t fortY is rlinrrlnu. .rit iritted. At pres
-tharmo ,t tainttutL 22,friI) rIn ilndIr thirty,
betwenrl tlhul.y it fortv, M4OO tetwe.*in
and fifty riil 45'i l.etweeni fifty arid
; total, 40,400l. Th lt..ot.iers ha v- blt o,-h
anil s'til ( canuofl,. Eacih regl
ha. two wigts of eqrual strength, sl,
et int ((I'rllai'.nies. ThIe rigtirrnent ohas
mmanflder alril R('ond in c mnlliattnd; there
Stwo offi.Crs to teach wirug, toales ('()ciin
of cers and two or three' junioir olic'-r4.
,e their regulated dutls and resironi
and their orlders are readily obeyed.
there i , L r thouIgh the Zultus perform
Ssii"mple mnvePneriits- with rrmthtil, such
- r-g.li a circhl of (comnpani.es or regitments,
into cnlp. rJaiers from the circle or
a line of nmarh iI order of corn pa
c - In clo order of regimeints. The corn
(--lt land tra sport are simple. The
1- or (e ssltss of a provision of maize or
and a herd o(f cattle propoirtionol to I,hue
to be traveled; the latter of the
of the regiment, who, carry mats,
andi provisions land drive the cattle.
they are "cirileia of the single life" in
i a ,ppears stufildcetly from their tac
when they have to cross an unbrildgexl
t. They for rl in dense co|lumn, each
on the other, and force their way
the fleld by sheer weight, those be
prc' singthe others forward.
last and greatest opponents of the
.tes in South Africa will be con.rfontedu by
hesen 14,000 and 15,,0O0 imen, of whom 5.0(1
*gBritish regulars and 6000 natil.e levie.
h-te Caffres to per cent are armetd with
L00and the remainder with assegais. They
Ia ol0ered biy wlhite experieni)cd in Capt
Ife. 1 he re'ulglall a re twoi ,battalions o1
Twenty-four th RIegiment. (te battalion ol
o Third (IufTs), tOre (of the Nineteenth, and
alco npanies fromt the Thir tenth anrl
teenth, with twentily-s.l guni, manner
-i0f artilleryrnetn. T[hero is also a nava
e 300 s ring from the ships Active antd:
, and the King's Own Royal itgi,
l.-t, to which tlih Qellesn pr'.ierieted nievi
.=.i in Decirnti.r, is on its way to the Cap.'
Colonial forces cornsists, of egllt corps 0.
ni-Dted volllnte*rs. The dispfrsitioiin of the
I es as follows: The N,,rthtirn c(,lurnr
, ommarrtled by Col. iIugh Rowlands, C
a Victoria Cross tman, cinststing of tti:
T nth and( Eighticeth, is eschi'loiit d frorr
*Iddli~shrg to 'Pretori . iTih' rcentr,,I coilirmn
Idnr (.ol. E. Wisi(l, C. l;., alto a wearer of the
. ,C.,".consliting of the Nllinlteth anrid Ciolo
Yi. is at tUtrecht, rtady to strike at thi
of Zululand froml the west. 'I he Homith
0h column (rtight), c(omrnaldd by l.~n
Chlmesford, and cotmprising the Third antt
Twaty-foaurth regiments, is on the Nata
hlater, facing nori theast. The Catffre contl
1Eit is d ivil amorring the, cntorlntands, antl
1111 come into pil'y in desulltrory warfari
ather than nto any of the regular operations
• ._ -..0 - ....
"Between (rant and Bayard, always for
'syard," says Secretary Sehurz's paper, the
WeaUiC APonst, of St. L.,uis.
Moreoutrages. On the thirtieth of Janu
rya tornado struck Iuka, Miss., and killed
Mm colored p iepl,, seven others being in
.r.d, while all the whites e. atped.
It has been decided by the United States
Oieruit Court at li lt.i more, .IJudge Bohd pre
e , that under the statutes of the United
stuffing a ballot-box is not a penal
Pittshurgh, Pa., has a genuine case of Rad
il bailot-stuffinig. Three iadicatl rinermtrers
the elet |ti n wboatdl hive been tried arid
d guilty of crnsliracy. changing and
jialing ballots anld bwllt-stuflirig.
Congressman G(dwle, of Virginia, rises to
Splain that the pack of card-i with which he
b delited in the contingent fund list are visit
i and not playing cards. This Ias -nulgh.
The wounded honor of the rlpublic is satiq
Mr. mGoode mly now pr-ceed with his
Iselative labors and his visiting.
Senator Morgan, of Alabama, though cornm
Plratively a new rnem er of the Senate has
titsdy won golden opinions for his legal acu
in, nombined with solid commilfont sense.
The South is putting forward her best men.
This the Radicals will soon be adding to the
Soid South. Such anlckedlnes. does dernand
Indention. Nobodly will accuse the Reputli
ens of Incurrin like guilt, judging from re
metelectitons. (Boston Post.
The PresldenPt Is showing that he cannot be
kdcked with ~lnpunity. Mr. Hannital Ham
lin was absent wnen the vote was taken on
the New York appointnlent-, but next norn
Ihgasken leave to have his Wnarie p[ut on the
Igstof noes. The Prlsj.lid nt had setnt in the
Same of one of I Itnliln' i friends for reap
pohntment to the Bangor (custotini-htouse, tut
ngeredl by this gra uitou- affront he has
drawn it, and Mr. Hamlin's man will
be his bradl andl hitter.
Out In Dakota Territory It's a jolly gord
thing to be a t rrnmter of the Ifegislature. I).
D. W Fitch, who represents the Black Hills
district in the lower house, now sitting at
tanktn, evuceds a deciidedl preterener for bil
iards to law-mlrkinlg, and be'carnme a great an
byane(', ti h,. s-rgte.nt-t--arms. The latter
always got his lan, however, lntil last
Wednesday. On the tfte"rnotn of Wednesday
the sergeant sent three clerks and a ruessen
er after Flilch soon after roll call. He wa.s
lond by thie' pieSe in ia -IwI)thi. Taking to
his heels, the le'gi-lator escapeIlt at a back
winctow, ant ran aeriss into Nebraska, the
derks giving cihase. Ilih wheeled and ran
flek into Dakota, arid tef. re. his pursuers
Enuld catch him, gained his Iorom in trhe Yank
0a Hotel, harrl the diHr, antl covered the
SWindow with a shot gun. At last icuounts he
Was still in a state o(,rf ige.
Senator Hill's spec,'(h against paying any
louthern war claims scH~rn to) bie gnuerally
tarded with approval in t;.orgia. The
Atlanta (.nntitutiom says that hi- has "tun
d1o.btedly struck the key-noetet of I)-,or ratic
olicy; let them all, whether l,)atil ,r lis
Iy1, . be bundled up and burned, and by so
Iuch do we put the past be.hind us." The
Augusta (hronicle says: " Mr. Hill appears
It have produced a sensationtt by his recent
pe ch in opposition to the payeIn:t. (,of war
ms." The Evening :News, of the same
dty, says that these claims are repudiated by
the great mass of honest Southberners, an.
adds: "Mr. Hill is right, and we earnestly
hpe no Southern man in Congress will ever
'gin vote to pay a 'loyal' Southern claim
Sad prevent the North from doing so." Anti
te Columrbus Times says: "Surely no rep
rientative (,f the South, after having twen
Compelled to repudiate all of the war debts
of his own section, both Confederate and
tate, can feel any compunctions of con
. Sdece In taking a stand now, fourteen years
after the close of the war, against the pay
SBent of any more claims against the Fed
Oral government for damages during the war,
. whether the clairnants he loyal or dlaloyal."
The Test Oath.
[New York star.]
The Democrats in C' ingress, after full delib
(atlon in caucus, have resolvet, it i- report
,s tMo insist upon the abotlition of the te,-t ath,
lIJl in order to enforce their purpose intend
,o attach a repealing ('l iu- to th- legislative,
1LeCutlveand judici;al appropriatito bill. If
Ib do this and refuse to pass the bill this
_.o, unless the IRpuhlli-an Senate accepts
:~repealing cla1t.- to, ab',li-h the ttbt oath,
responsibll ty o(f defeating the bill and
sn it rees.Hary for the meeting of the
alM.ongrees at an e'a rl v lay will rest upon the
iblicans. Asthis bill appropriates money
the salaries of governmennt officials and em
ees, and. in fact. is absolu'ely necessary
arry on the machinery of government,
would have to be assembled early
the spring stoutd it not pass before the
fourth of March through the resisetance of the
I"ate to r pflaMg the test oath law. If the
Republlcans wish for an ex ra seelon, they
will have it in their power to compel one. But
we eannot see why they should ,tesite that.
Bth houses will be Demo ratlc, and the fle-'
pubilcans could gain nothing, politically or
otherwise, and would probably lose in a party
point of view by a spring or summer session
of the n-w mngrse. The new Congrees
would certainly repeal the law. Indowl, the
f)etrorlata might go further, as it is
Raid they cortemnlates going, In abolishing
ill the aridtrary and iobrlxious Federal laws
that grew but of the civil war, arnd wer.e
passei t, keep the Repubrlban puatrty In power.
[I. Is about tine to r#et re the c,orntry tc the
old c%,nst.itutional views and praetice of the
governmnent.. We have, since t1861. denart"red a
long way from those landmarksi of freelorrm,
(ivil rights arid loal self-govern vent which
the father aind patriots of former times es
tablished and cherished, arid have gone far to
saei nllate the government of our republic to
the centralized governments of monarchical
F u rope.
The Republican newspapers, as a matter of
course, cry out against this proposed action
of the Democrats, and have a great deal to)
say aboutt appendinfI to an appropriatlon bill
matters not involving the expenditure of
money, but this comes with a bad grace from
a party which has been in the habit oIf load
ing down such bills with amendments not at
all germane to them. We think the House of
Representatives will do well to put the screws
to, the Republican majority of the 8e.:ate In
this matter of repealing the test oath. The
war has been over I.ng enough to hury the
obnoxious measures pertaining to it, and to
make no further distinction between citiense.
Cl1(isma' saviors a1nik,
(A bank for small savings.)
Corner Baronne and Oravier streets.
81ix per cent interest pald on deposits.
ADVANCES MADE ON COLLATEBALS.
JOHN H. RARESHIDE, N
COMMISSION MERCHANT K
No. 61 Magazine street,
fel lm NEW ORLEANS. LA4.
LOUISIANA MIRROR MANUF'O CO. C
MIRBOBS OF ALL 1IZES AND QUALITIES
MADE TO ORDER.
Aleo. Mirrors resilvered. Frames regilt. and all
kinds of repairs made at moderate prices.
Ne. T.S laronne street earner of Inlen.
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
IN DAILY USE.
DEWARE OF AGENTS !
Offerlng spurious msuhinee. "just iUke the
SINGER." Buy only the genuine.
Offie--as Canal street. no9w em
OFFICE OF AUDITOROF STATE.
New Orleans, January 23, 1879.
The Louisiana Equitable Life In
surance Company of New Orleans
has this day filed in this office
sworn statement in regard to regis
tered policies in said company, and
deposited the necessary reserve
thereon, as required by act No. 39
of the extra session of the General
Assembly of 1877, entitled "An act
to better secure holders of life in
surance policies in this State; to
provide a reserve fund therefor,
and for other purposes."
ALLEN JIMEL, Auditor.
jai Im rd a3mW
Mutual Insurance Company
OF NEW ORLEANS.
I04......-.......Canal treet.. . _ .1
TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL STATEMENT.
In conformity with the requirements of their
charter, the Company publish the followino
Premiums received during the year ending
May 1. 1878. Including unearned premiumr
of the previous year
On Fire Risks...........-.-- IM4.562 7
On Marine Risks.............-... 2044 71
t On Biver Risks .......-..... -- x.s1
1 Total Premiums............. $879388 s sr
Less Unearned Premiums...... 117.841 iv
Net Earned Premiums May sl.
1t8 . ....--*-.-- 6251.512 41
t Losses paid
On Fire Bisks...... $~ ,47 99
On Marine Risks...-... 1s.445 s
r On River Risks............ 10.264 92
Taxes and expenses, less
interest........... 35.817 52
SBeinsuranees and Be
n turned Premiums.-. 18.313 e -- t12.799 6
e Proet-.- -- "--" »-.- $128.71274
s The Company have the following assets:
- eal Estate ...-................... $2as.osra
e OttyBonds and Mortgage Bonds.., .aoo as
P Bank. Waterworks and other
Stocks ............ ............... 19.7 lmat
V Notes secured by mortgage ..... 1M011 1
~otes secured by pledge... 9.o70
Bills receivable .-..-.""---» 81.811 67
e Premium in course of collection- 42.467 11
Agrticultural Fair Association...... .2,0000
S Citr BSrip.. **f·**-*.*--D 5,879 w
ICah on hand. - -.- - .81551 s
t Total................. - $1.0o.781
The above statement is a just. true and or
1 rent transcript from the books of the Oompany.
PAUL FOUBOHY. President.
G. W. Noat, Secretary.
BTATE OF LOUIBIANA.
Parish of Orleans. City of New Orleans.
Swn Born to and subescribed before me the tenth
tA day of June. s.a JAMES FABEY,
rs At a meeting of the Board of Directors. held
- on the tenth day of June. 1878. it was resolv d
- to declare a cash dividend of twenty per cent on
I the net earned participating premiums for rthe
year ending May 1. 1878. parable on the third
Monday of July next.
Also. to pay to the 8tockholders,. on demand
interest at the rate of five per cent ter annum
on their stock.
P. Maspero. Edward Toby.
I John Geddes. D. Fatio.
is P. Fourch., M. W. Smith
J. J. Fernandez, D. A. Chaffraix.
S Jno. B. Lallande. Cha. Lartte.
j1e jttI A.A. Loonr.
ATTORBNI AND .OU.IELOB AT LAW.
J sao sos arsleso sar L
e gy? NEW ONWLUL. LA
ilt·ia Union EPsplOI tie Ucacflcen
ri4 Mra(,ra-A~aom4 a GernerI Ejtraorlincria
1.o* oflrirlvs v Iri'rhro' rde etta v07jS,rari1i 4i
rrrniraro er, 4,c l/Ial iI# rilut1,TrP Pet IIOMIV 1()
prorZrfo,. d4t14 del Irorrerrlne, a /as 4 erapn d
dt /a tard-. parar ratar . euot, v la int-rl da fiP.eta
rcarupe'trP, .s' Rli'lriita1a In Ot p'uriin4l ariirlenra.
11rr ordI n. del ,s'r. 1'r .antmle:u
/V dIc 1 VIIIA"A NA. FSrretaron.
'~V',a~ (irlaeur, FP'b. 14, fr,14 3t
mew turlreaf, YFebrtury 5 - hereby ran
cal anl arnnul ther proculrlitieei wi]l b I i*suti' to
Mr J.T. HAMLIN4.
frt"lt it' WIDOWT. CAMU'.
botinlee.-The undEriiCII havIngt par
r pr-'d the ei'u' Ir o 'orll,' rtv 'Iha CIiI'MCEN r
CITY ICE i:OMPAN'.7 T'i LIQUIDtTION. wi14
r,o,.llinu' thee in', t~r,ii-iii*,e.1 ii nIi,-r ti ft Seim. i,arfl
at/h' 1(1 ~ s ta ;dr 71 73 1 73 FRON r ST F l T
and 16 ,.n01 IN w(i1t PUtJRt dl tEEf, and 3(
and 37 VICTOIRY STtll' El'
Alit Ov4 GAO.E& CO.
fellr m W 'I. Vi (JIEMAN.
Partlei having Pledgee at HarL's Loan
Offit'.. u11on which tnterr'o~t Is dliue. are herrehy
nitIlee I to c4rll Hrnrl p Rims me ,n or b.4 r
r44TURDkY. Puhru ary the flteenth. to avoid
forfpltii"e arid Rqei. 's2 1 It
Special notice to *aists of meearnhlpI
aid ateimhoats-Ote'e Stt. It-rriare Coal Crmn
pany. No. 29 Cironul.'' str'eet. Neew Orleans.
January 11. 1579.-Until further no Ice wi will
ISrliver coal to stWsimrehips andi steamboats at
the folloal g raesa: Pirtrsiirg coil, to stearm
4hip", stow.'d In bunkers, l.3 75 per ton ; it. Ber
nard coal, to str'eam'htps, stowed In bunkers.
/IS/I2 per ton; Pitlsburw coal. to stuiamrboat.. 46"
par box; kit. Bernard coal, to staamboatE. 360 per
1a12 It W. R. CAMPBELL. Agent.
The Wrmanl" ChE tei;an Union will
mnet ~very TUE'4DAY, at 11 a. i.. at thn
Carondelet Street Mietodtilet Church.
MRs. J. J. LYONS. Presldent.
Moe. AI. 3. Coop. ntcmretary. des t?
MAYORALTY or NEw ORL8AnwS,
City Hall. February 13. 1879. -
Pursuant to the provisions of section 1is. act
No. e01. approved April 30.1A77. notice is hereby Pi
given that the offi e for the registra'ion of -
voters is located at No. 47 Carondelet street. cor
ner of Union.
fl4 t mhl2 I. W. PATTO'T. Mayor.
NOTICE TO VOTERS. ri
STATE OF I.OuIAT8A. A
Office Registrar of Voters. Parish ',f Or Iran*.
N .w Orleans. February 12, 1879
The office for the registration of voters for
the parish of Orleans will be opened on SIT- w
URDAY, the fifteenth day of February, 1879. at b'
No. 41 CARONDELET STREET, corner of
Union. and will be kept open until WEDNES- o
DAY, toe twelfth day of March, 1879. from 8 a.. A
to 12 m., and from 1:30 p. m. to 7 p. m.. daily.
Sundays and legal holidays ex*.'cued, in order
to enable those who have not registered in 1878,
and who have removed, to secure their regfi ar
papers: and I have appointed the following r
named persons as clerks of registration for the o
parish of Orleans:
JOHN G. MERCIER, K
W. J. J. ARMSTRONG,
O. W. FLYNN,
F. X. BARBOT.
T. S. HOLT.
ED. KEENA. 1
W. J. BOSWORTH.
THOS. REYNOLDS 3
L. A. DUPRE.
G. F. BARTLEY,
L C. BOWER.
E. L. JEWELL,
THOS. J. BURKE.
H. D. TERREBONNE.
W. J. DOTEY.
F. L. FISHER.
E. A. B)OZoNIFR.
JAR. S. Z \CHAAIE.
ED. DUtRIVE. JIR..
J. J. AUBUItTIN.
fela Registrar of Voters, I'arish of Orleans.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
OFF ( r: (,F CTVIL :HERIFF,
'a,-ih of orleans.
N-w Or'eans. F'bruary 1. 1. I79
By and under authority of a proclamation
issued by his Excellency Francis T. Nicholls.
Governor of the State of Louisiana. dated on
the twenty-fifth day of January, 1479, directing
an election to be held on TUESDAY, the eigh
teenth day of March. 1879. for the purpose of
electing delegates to meet in convvn'lon to'
frame a new cons itutilon of the State
Notice is hereby given that a el-.ction will be
held, In conformity with act No. 5s of the extra
session of 1877. on TUESDAY. the eighteenth
day of March. 1879. from 7 o'clock in the for-
noon until 6 o'clock in the afternoon, through
out the tarlsh of Orleans. for the purpose of
electing delegates to meet in convention at the
State-House. at New Orleans, on Monday. the
twenty-first of April, 1879. at 12 o'clock m.. to
frame a new constl; ution for the State of Louis
iana; as provided for by act No 3 of the Gen
eral Assemb'y of the Sate of Louisiana. ap
proved January 23, 1879. The delegates to be
chosen to such convention to be apportioned as
the members of the General Assembly of the
State are now apportioned by law, as follows,
Two for the First Senatorial Dlstr:rt. ,nm
posed of the eighth and ninth ward. of Or eans.
and of the parishes of St. Bernard and l'laque
Two for the Second Senatorial Dlstric', com
posed of the fourth. fifth, sixth and seventh
wards of Orleans.
One for the Third Senatorial Distric', corr
posed of the third ward of Orleans.
One for the Fourth Senatorial Dis'rict. com
c posed of the second ward and fifteenth ward
tOrleans, right bank.) of Orleans.
One for the Fifth Senatorial District. com
posed of the first and tenth wards of Orleans.
Two for the Sixth Senatorial District, com
posed of the eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, four
teenth, sixteenth and seventeenth wards of Or
I REPRESENTATIVE DELEGATES.
One for the First Representative District.
parish of Orleans.
Two for the Second Representative District.
parish of Orleans.
Three for the Third Representative District.
parish of Orleans.
One for the Fourth Representative District,
b parish of Orleans.
Two for the Fifth Representative District.
parish of Orleans.
d One for the Sixth Representative District.
d parish of Orleans.
Two for the Seventh Representative District.
parish of Orleans.
One for the Eighth Representative District.
parish of Orleans.
Two for the Ninth Representative District.
Sparih of Orleans.
Two for the Tenth Representative District,
parish of Orleans.
Two for the Eleventh Representative District.
parish f Orleans.
One for the Twelfth Bepresen'ative District.
parish of Orleans.
One for the Thirteenth Representative Dis
trict, parish of Orleans.
One for the Fourteenth Representative Dis
trict., arish of Orleans.
One for the Fiftenth Representative District,
parish of Orleans.
J. R. ALCEE GAUTBBEAUX.
Civl BhSeriff of the paish of Orlee~s
g · --..
SITIvA'rIow WAWTMS-.ALMr .
-.W ANTED--A POSITION AS MASTER CAR
bulli lr on a railroad, in Arkansiu . Mis
si.slpti. L niniana or Texas. Referene - Erie 1
rallroad. New Y ,rk. Address M. C. B.. 407
( street, N. W.. War.hington. D. C. fels 9t
sti ATIOSI WA NMT 1V- AAmaJ.M..
Covernesses, Cempanlons, Ete.
SIfANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
T lady. a situation HR governss. seamstr.ss.
Iady's mai.d. rr any'hing at whica shea ran make
an h'.n."t living. Address A. C. 8.. No. 25 Ot- -
r w toi 1.t rt. 7 fI t2t
Nurses, Cooks, WE. .
'jITUATIONI WANTED-IBY TWO RES
t r(:irabt womn. o,ne aH co ,k. washer and
l' ner the other as hou.semait. Addr'as Mrs.
FIfI" Z ea. rnar Sixth and I. ,aral. fn3 3*
iA .saI.sA E JOIl.
W. ANTED-TO INVEs'. $3000 CASH IN
V Imrovrd t,rov.rty in the First or Fourth
DIutr,~t of this city, suitable for a r lt'aln.e.
Any one having sRuh a place for sale will ,iaIn
aippl within the hours of 9 tolo s. m. or 2 to 4
p m.. to J. J. FOL.Y.
f R .t 47 Camp sa'ret.
W. ANTEf--BY A LADY. A SIrUATIONTO
teach In a refined Christian family, in any
of the SMuthern Sra'es. Testimonials of hig
character ant oualiflcatlons. Address W. W..
Democrat offl +A. frl tf
W ANTED. TEAMS.-DEPARTMENT OF
Commerce, City Hall. New Orleans. Dec.
26. 187ta-Wanted, teams, wagons or drays to
haul goods in contravention from the leovee to
warehouse. Appiy to Wharfinger First District,
foot of Lafayette street.
3. HENRY BEHAN.
da27 Administrator of Co,mmerce.
W ANTED. CITY CANVA8ERS-CAN MAKE
from l3 to s12 a day. f ,r the great "com
bination" Hunter's "Perfection" Rotary Flour
Meal Sitter, etc. Sreclal terms for agents for
parishes and counties in the rtates of Lulsi
ana and Georgia. Apply to or address RAY
NOILie & ARMSTRONG. No. 90 Baronne street.
$1.50 TroS " - r Work
Pianist. li ty
f ORT-LADY'S GOLD PIN. WITH PINK TI
I CAMEO SET, somewhere between St. Pa -
rick's Chrur'h through Nath,-z Alley to rt.
JLmes Hotel. The finder will be liberally re
ward d by returning same to St. James Hotel.
I OST-THE STM OF EIGHT HUNDRED
J and eighty dollars (ss ,) in greenbaiks.
wravped In y Hlow paper, in one of the C1il- hi
borne stre t carP. or ,in the sidewalk (,n Tehou- W
tlotlls street, fr m Canal to Gravier streets,
on the thirteenth of F bruary, 1a79. A reward a
of 35o Is ,fferel for the r stitutlro o0t .ld sum.
Artl y at t he Demonret offi9 *. fels t* se
I WANT TO SELL TWO JUDGMENTS
Sagalnit Mr. J. Barcelo and Mrs. Kate Bar
rnlo. In solidi,. keepers of the Upper City Ho Al,
o,.e fr gr,eeriei. the other dry gr,ds. Will tb
sell judgments and costs for one-half. I have
somvne more Claims to sell if I can get a buyer.
J. K. SAUNDEtIS. H
Col'ector of Bad D)ebts.
felt lot No 119t MsAgrzine treat.
FTOR SALE-A PLANTATION SITUATED
near the town of St. Martinsville. in the
parish of Nt. Martin, cintatuiDg about 12&o acres
of good land; a slated roof rlpidence, contain
ing six rooms and a twelve foot gallery. front- C
tlg th.- pubec road. The o'her imnprovements
(onsil t in kltcht-n. pantry, stables and other
rut-houses. The whole In good c~,ndition. The
Morgan'i Louisiana and Texas Railroad wheu n
completed will pass at three ml,-s from the res
idence. The whole of the abo e land it fenced
in by Cherokee's. Forterms - nd conditions ao
ply t , V. LEDOUX. St. Martinsvllle post!,ne,
L/ei.tnna. _ fell Pod 3m
IOR SALE -A SUGAR PLANTATION. SIT
Suated in the parlah of at. Martin, co,ntain
ing 110o acres of good high land, of which 254)
are now olanted in ,ne: a steam sugar mill,
capacity fro,m twelve to sixteen hogsheads of
sugar a day. The said sugar mill Is n-w and is
now in frll operation. The Morgan's Louis
Isna and Texas Railroad when completed will
pass at arootl: one acre of the lnear-hone~.
F, r terms and conditions apply toV. LEDOUX,
St. Martinsville postofflce. Iouisana.
fell eod 3m __
FOR SALE--STEAM ENGINES AND BOIL.
Sera. both new and secnd-hand. Drainlng
Wheels, Pumps etc., Haw-MdIs. Cotton Trucks
Crab Wenhes. Jack:screwu., Grate Bars. Furnaek
Mouths, Wrought Iron Works. Brass and Iron
Castings of every description. Also. one second
hand Steam Fire Engine and one small Propel
lor at CLARK'S FOUNDRY,
Corner Race and Tchounitonlae streets.
NAILS! NAILS! NAILS!
7000 KEGS JUST RECEIVED. COMPRIS
ing a t.ill assortment of all sizes.
For sale by
STAUFFER. MACREADY & CO..
fell it 71 Canal street,
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAIA.
STHIS UNIVERSITY WILL BEGIN THE
1 ~,.ctd term of Ita. firty-eighth year on
WEI)NI}DAY, the nineteen h of F..brutarv.
f Term-. Including 'uition and B ard, Wa-hing.
Medi.al At.t ndarlLc, Library. FueI and Lights,
$i83 per term or tw-nty weeks. Military drill
and di-eirline form a part of the d.'ily life. al
though there is provision for advanced non
Fr natal ,-gui, giving full lderaila, addrrss
f -9 w (i iGN J. (OK)RAS, Tuc:..lo,,s, Ala.
NOTICE TO DRY GOODS BUYERS.
$. 0,000 WOItTH
- OF -
WINTER DRY GOODS.
TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST.
PEPIN & BROUSSARD'S,
158 .......... CANAL STREET ........... 15
White Building, corner of Baronne.
The early part of the winter having been un
favorable for Winter Goods, and having a stock
too large on hand. we will commence a great
Clearance Sale, on MONDAY. of
OUR E!NTIRE STOCK OF
DRESS GOODS. BLANKETS.
WHITE. RED AND CHECK FLANNELS.
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, Ets.
tREGACRDLE1SS OF COST.
-- ALO -
c0n rolls White. Red Check and Fancy MAT
i TINGS. CARPETS. RUGS. CRUMB CLOTHS
We have also on hand a large stock of PLAN- i
TATION GOODS.which we are offering at man
t ufacturers' prices. Orders from the country will
receive our personal attention.
t, PEPIN & RROUS ARD,
oc _ 15 Canal street.
SAVE 20 PERCENT!
-And hby only the-
SSINGER SEWING MACHINE,
Madwe by the STEWART MA.tUiACTURING
tCOMPANY. It runs lrigter than any other,
The Only Singer Machine that has the
Patent DIevice for Ipooling the
Bobbin Withent Running
)T. BOOTH. General Agent,
, No. 6814 MagaIne Street.
Agent for HME. DEMOREST's PATTERBS
And Dealer in all kinds of
SEWVING MACHINE SUPPLIES.
_ AWWWEt3ZWT3. __
AN UPROAIOUIIS SUCCESS.
ROBSON and CRANE
In Joseph Bradford's comedy.
"The funniest pl ,y of the century."
ROBSON as th' held headed B INLF.
CRANE as the JOLLY JOWLER.
No plny of modern times has hbee rem-ived
with sulh continul.,t1 .rsreams of laughter."
ROIISON scares CRANE at s o'clock.
"I will try 0a nclusions with him."
CRANE hullft RORBON at a.
"Wilt thou bite thv thumb at me, ir ?"
ROBTW.i'u thrashes CRANE at 10.
"I am the bold thtunder ?"
PBth demcralfzpd at Ian:.
"Are they nrt lamh-ihk- in their meekes.?"
MATINEER WhDN!"DAY & .4TUTNDAY.
MONDAY -Shakeseeare's COMEDY OF .PR
`T. CHARLES THEATRE.
Munday, February 16, 1979,
Engagement for one week only of the talented
yoq ng actress,
MISS GENEVIEVE ROGERS,
MR. FRIANK AIKiN,
And First-Class Dramatic Organization,
Who will appear S8NDAY EVENING. sixteenth
instant. in the new four-act idyllic and ro
mantlc play. written for Miss Rogers by the
late John Philip Stoner, E.q., entitled
RUNDAY. February 23-The gifted artiste,
1 UESDAY, February 25-Annual Mardl-Oras
Fancy Dress and Mask Ball. foi2
()DD FELLOW6' HALL.
Commeaning February 17.
MATINEE WEDNE-DAY AND BATUBDAY
at 12 o'clock.
THE MUSICAL PHENOMENON OF THE AGE.
renowned throughout the world as
NATURAL PIANIST LIVING.
At these performances BLIND TO will erx
hthit the marvyloion gift which has gained him
world-wide ele brity, and whibh has both aston
ashed and delighted the greatest minters of
Admission. so cents; childreu. 25 cents; re
served ears. 75 cents.
Diagram a' W' rl in's mns'c store, fael at
/0OPARTNELRSHIP.-T H E UNDERSIGNED
'J have this day frmed a copartnership under
the firm name and style of til
LEVI J& NEWMAN. N'
HORACE I. LEVr. EDwARD NEWMxAN.
(Successors to A. LevI.)
No. 6S Carondelet Street.
New Orleans. January 2A. 1879. jai1 s0t
Baronne Street, c
Grunewald Hall. t
A stock of over 200 1i
PIANOS & ORGANS t
to selet from.
General Agen'y of -
the world - renowned 6
T EINWAY Y
KNABE, PLE1EL. b
BRARS INSTRUMYENTS C
STRINGS, AECORDEcNS, OGUTA.RSB.
Of our importation.
LOWEST PRICER-BEST TERMS.
Country orders resp etfuly snolicatd,
non Grunewald Hall, New Orleans.
KID GLOVES! KID G :OVES!
We beg to clalm the attention of cur custom
ers, and the public In general, to our complete
LE MM~ E,
OUR OWN CELEBRATED BRANDS.
which are superior to all others in the market,
and at prices to Insure their sale.
FANS AND ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS
In large quantities and at low vrices.
D. H. HOLMES,
deli5 tf 155 fanal straCt.
Washington Avenue Drug Store,
Cerne. magasfle and Waskhngton Sta.
e NEW ORLEANS.
Dre,, Mel dinesa tmem,,zPaet. Ne.- ,,m.
Toilet and Fang, rtiles. etc-. sold at Isml
margin. (brit oth Paste, recommended e
th eaifes the tete uto . a e el
msnt and rtash ing Bate 8ae.ere Ofu d
sCream for ebJ : facree and hands. Bob.
1 Ierts' P_.e.eP.l lo , ar , rotu rfor tis eow.
IbrnehiltaI Sd pnOunioniI IL DU
do15 utimdam mIR rrt
.TDWELL'8 ACADEIT 01 MUSIO.
aement for ea teseon of the celebra
In order to ren'er the dramatic pietnrpe as
wrf aAn Ar ft. e. the talented a tor. Mr.
CHAS. BARRON, has tren sp eaisly antagerl to
vplsv the opDoslte leadi a character to SMr. Me.
John Mc.Cnil ugh as Virginine.
Tuesday Eveninr, Pebruary lI.
John McCn lough as FHmlet.
Wednesday aEvenlg, February 12.
John MInlloungb as jBehAlieu.
Thursday Eventnr, February 1S,
John McCullough as Othello; Chas. Barroa a
Friday, Feb. 14, and satlrday Wlatlale
John MCnflonugh as Brauts. Obas. Barron as
Uasin*. John A. Lane as Arthony.
Saturday Eventlng February 15.
John McCullough as Richard III, Chas. Barrei
Masquerade and Pans. Dress Ball. Mardi
Gras. February 25. Ladle,' luvitatlona now
rtr.'~ A n~·. at the Rn Offree. fee
A UNEWALD HALL.
The public are respeettully informed that
HERR AUGUFN WILHELIJ,
The Greatest LJvlng Vieli Virtaeur,
THREE GRAND CONCERTS,
Comameeltug Monday Evesi.l, le.l 1119
On whblh oceeasion she will be ameisted by
MfE. TEREBSA CABEUNO, the eminent Plam
late, and MI8 KATE L. JAMES, the charmias
young American Prima Donna.
Prices of admission. ; seen red seats, $1 Is.
The sale of seats will commence at Gruoe
wald's music store on THURSBDAY MORNING.
February 13. fel.f t
FIRST GRAND MILITARY.
FANCY DRES8 A'D HMAQUERADE BALL.
TO B OY1IN1 By
THE R. E. LEE GUARDS,
BATTALION LOUISIANA'S OWN.
AT THE IXPoWITION BIUILEIN@.
SATURDAY EVENINEG. FEBRUARY 22, a.o.
cormIT'rr oF AARaPnm.A]Ta:
Lient. L Plaelde Peyroex. Chairman
Howard Pitled. Frank J. Duffy, A. Benasd
Bids forhar, restaurant and hat-room opel
till 8aturrda February 16. 1879. Address Ca)O.
F. Sedl.sP Rd Star Shoe Store, corner Custom
house and Bo.r bon streets. f14 td
NEW ORLEANS IIISTITUTE.
SELECT SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
I s...... ...... caul e Strees............
(Between Camp and Maaarne.)
Annual session will begin MONDAY. Neo.ir
ber s. Academic. Preparatory and Primapr
Classes will be In charge of able and eze.
rlenced teachers. Only a limited amber a
pupils will be received.
For circulars and all necessary lnformtioa,.
oew ly A. B. CHANDLER. Prinela.
31.... ......Careadelet Street........... A
STUDENTS ARE HERE QUALI
Sfled for business in the shortest
possible time. Book-keeping maybe
thoroughly learned In a few weeks.
P-nmanship. Commercial Calculatloas. ag
lish. French, Spanish and German ract
taught, at reduced rates, from 8 a. m. to 9 p. a.
OUL'8 O M Ia L COLLEGE AmD
SLiterary Institte.--a and evening sem
ldons the entire year; electve system; "
branches of study: daily lectures; gyarmna
exercise: special care given to native eapaec
disposation, manners, health and morals; nom.
sectarian students free to s.llege. lterary an
debating society; full faenulty; large, well ve
!lated study rooms, a ld alal necesary spues
tus; special classes In psrtisl3u Mtudiel
Ale l1 i ' ta fProo R kUIOL
FIRE AND WATERl
To all Whom it May Concern:
Having effected a settlement with the inurn
anrecomD.nies, we will now proceed and see
our entire stock of
FINE CISTO M MADE CLOTHIIO
(All more or less damaged by the late fire In
our rear). at less than one-half the actual valu*
M~u r Stoek eon Msts of our own make of PINE
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING, of all descrip
tions, HATS. and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
And as we wisih to ctear out our whole stock
inside of thirty ,days we will sell at prices a
Business and Dres Sults from $8 00 p.
Heavy & Light Overcoats from $6 60 up.
Sack and Frock Coats from 02 00 up.
Jesus Coats, Pants and Vests from 56
Fine Heavy Cassnmere Pants from $1 3p9
Fine Black Doeskin Pants from $02 0 sp.
Fine Cassimere and Cloth Vests from 6W
White and Colored Linen Shirts from 41
Heavy Undershirts and Drawers from .S
Silk eScarfs, Ties and Collars from I
Finished Cotton and Woolen Socks from &
cents up. Also a Fine Stock of
Only slightly damaged by the water, froma
which we will take measures and
make to order
AT LESS THAN HALF THE USUAL PRICIL
r-Call early and make your selectione, a
this is an opportunity very seldom offered.
M. COGAN A SONS,
NO. 19 CANAL STREET.
(Between the Custom House and the river.)
Oprn until 1 D. m. on Sundays. j$al tt
emnonesn In 1ass,
WILL BE SHORTLY RESUMED.
New Orleans. February 1. 1579. ft1 lm
CLAY PEA.L CLAY PEAS.
1000 BUSHELS CHOICE NEW CABOLIE.
10"* Bales HAY.
a,** Sacas O TS.
504 Barrels MEAL and GRITS.
200 Sacks COTTON ELD MEAL.,
For sole by BEOOUU BECK A CO.
Cornet Pordrs and 1W'oupouas s