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hat I believe every reflecting lover of his eountr , both forth and South. must view with pleasure the genertous and cordial re .eptlon which our distinguished auest has met in New Orleans. To me it seems thedawningof a better era. Until the hut is forliven (if nt forgotten) on both sides, ile fullr prosperity of the houth cannot be as. ured. t labsuman for each to think his cross the heaviest one that is borne, and hence the vanquished are Drone to forget the lasting pounds they dealt those who would now. though still smarting from them, be good nn. Let the dead past go. and colt only to the future. Put your hand to the plow and don't look back. Let us unite to develops the magnificent heritage Whitch od has girven to us, Through the rich et and grandest part of it He has caused a mighty stream and its majestle tributaries to now in one whole and complete system, thus combining diversified immensity of wealth into h rmonious unity and teaching us to cultivate a brotherhood of feelinl and a homogeneity of In rest. ancient and fabled lore we learn that for ulness of the past was symbolized by the ters of a stream called Lethe: but here we a grader lesson taught by our own great river. Whether its waters are born among the snows a d ice of the Jeweled sides of the Rocky ionutalns. or on the distant water shed of the Iorthor burst from the warm bosom of theearth In crstal sDrinag upon tbhPunnouar lopes of the laohian chain they will flow alike In qulet atrmony through the same channel and to the same bourne.and their wves seen to murmur as they Dps us. "Let us have peace; let us have peace., The Legislature-To which PEAlRga a. N. OGDEN answered: Shad hoed to have escaed the notice of my ds and to have enicred tue pleasant prlvl eae of a listener. The atlrues incident to my loitlon as Speaker of the H anse, the constant :oF continued strain on my voice, renders it most impossible for me properly, to an. ounie my keen aporeclatlon or this dlstino· lion or becomingly add my humble congratu lattois to this your honored guest, yet as a on born and reared on the beloved soil of Louisiana. yet as one whose love, whose hopes. whose earnest sympnthy was given to tnat p.use made sacred by our honored dead,my eert warms in tue patriotic utterances of this noble toast, and a hundued thousand hearts Dplsting ttitonuah the entire length sand limit of this tate beat out through me one grand. One universal. one uninterrupted response of ap robatlon and apnoplause. The peotle of Lulitana stand to-day as the devoted children of a once more glorious union. Touch but a hair uoon the head of this our common mother, and, Ilsae t.te cavaliers o rancet. whose thousand swords n shed in the noon day's sun for love of Maria Antoinette, would spring from scabbards long disused. ten thousand sabres, bright in their honor, sharp and keen for her defense. The children of Louisiana have their faults, but they are the faults of a generous people. Qclakt and implsive, they may be led into trer, but the nobility that characterizes the trulybrave is so implanted in their hearts that they harbor no resentment, treasure no mean or petty recollections. The things of the past 0reto them as dead, and if st times in travel ing throuah the graveyard of their tender mlnloienoes a tear should fall upon the tomb 9f some beloved friend, analyze it, oh ye canting ]o.0rites both North and South, that would seek to sow distrust amongst a once more united family, and you will fBd in it a purity of sevotion to the Union, now and forever, one and Inseparable, that, falling on the bright surface of a heroic and generous general's sword, could bring no rust of dishonor. At this point Mr. Albert Baldwin presented the autograph album in a neat speech and Gen eral Grant rose and said: "This evening will be treasured with sweet memories by me and the memories of this occasion will be handed d to my children 'as a legasc I feel hon ored by the presentation of this album with the of my hosts written therein. pate ty then broke un with pleasant hand. lags and a store of happy reminiscences e .nespicoun occasion. HUE WABHINGTON ARTBILLERY CUP. The fifth shoot of the members of the Wash Baston Artillery for the Battalion cap took lace Sunday. The following scores were made: Yards. .ardo............ ......0o0-3 4 3 4 4-18 500-3 3 2 3 2-18-81 1ilarubla................200-4 0 3 4 o-11 500-3 4 2 2 3-14-25 Oharlton..................200-4 4 3 4 3-17 500 5 2 4 5 3-19-36 elohel...................200-2 2s 3 4-14 500-0 2 6 2 5-14-28 Arms.... ........200-4 4 3 4 6-20 500-6 8 0 4 5-17-37 Bradford..........20......0-s 4 83 4-17 500-3 4 5 5 5-22-39 Miller .....................200-3 4 3 5 4-19 600-4 3 3 2 4-16-35 Selph...................200-4 5 4 4-21 500-3 3 4 5 4-19-40 Dupre ....................200-8 4 4 3 4 18 600-0 2 3 2 3-10-28 PERSONAL. Ex-Gov. Hahn was visited by Gen. Grant on Sunday evening. A very pleasant Interview snsued. which was much enjoyed by the Gov rnor. who ds still somewhat weak from the sec of his late accident. The ex-Presi t was aomvanied to the residence of Gov. yh n by Gen. James DIugan. who served in the same brigade with him in the early Dart of the LOUISIANA. The St. Helena Gazette is for Hanconck. Bcauf river is reported falling above Ray Vlle. Serenading parties are popular in Bayou Bar A large number of calves have died in Ten ses from the cholera. The Tenses Journal is in favor of the re election of Gen. King to Congress. Last Thursday night Point Coupee was visited by a severe wind and rain storm. Corn and cotton planting is now being rapidly pushed forward in this parish.--I Ten ms Journal: The Iberville South is trying to persuade the people of Plaquemine to organize a mil ltra company. A lodge of the Knights of Pythias has been oranl~ed in Bayou Sara. It will be known as Bayou Saras Lodge. The bar of Morehouse met last week and passed resolutions of respect to the memory of the late Judge Parsons. Water still continues to rise in the swamp between the court-house and Point Coupee .ading.--[Point Coupee Pelican. On Thursday, first instant, our postoflice commenced work under the new name Bayou Sars.-[West Fellciana Sentinel. The negre Jak Jackson, charged with the murder of Abe Frazier in St. Helena several eas ago, has been captured and lodged in The waters from the Cooodra are backing up into Lake Conoordia, and the division line between the lake and the Mississippi is very sllght.-40oneordla Eagle. Beports from the Black and Tensas rivers confirm the rise of these streams, and a gen eral exodus of the stock is being made for their preservation.-[Concordia Eagle. The barof Points Coupeemet the other day and passed resolutions complimenting Judge Bonanchaud, the outgoing parish judge, for the able manner in which he had performed the duties of his office. On Wednesday and Thursday, fourteenth and fifteenth instant, the quarterly confer -noe of the Methodist Church will be held In Bayou Sara, Rev. J. A. Godfrey, presiding .lder.--tWest Feliclana Sentinel. More witnesses have left Shreveport to testily before the Benate Exodus Committee. Some witnesses from Natchitoches have also been summoned. The greater part of these are colored and all of them Republicans. The Pointe Coupee Pelican suggests the name of Charles Parlange, of that parish. as s.candidate for Congress from the Sixth Dis t~iet. It states that he has received several Iltterlg c~ifers from the district to run. The South Louisiana Canal and Navigation y of Terrebcnne has offotred, after the 1s mon of its canal to Bayou Terrebonne, out the principal bayous of the par ao as to asaist navigation and drainage. ecRu urred between G. C. Brkiner a SitD, both of St. Helena, on Bat r? eelfng, about four miles from Osyka, S pmriah of Tanglpahps, resualting in I ld aer being dangerously stabbed in the left ide. H. C. Ruston, a cadaverous champion of "woman's lights," billed this town for a lecture to take Dlaoe on Thursday, the first, at Fireman's Hall, but owing to the absence of an audience, concluded be would not hold forth.-[West Fellicana Sentinel. The steamer Bonnie Lee, running in the New Orleans and Mlnden trade, had the very serious misfortune to break her shaft two miles below the lower Linden landing Marcb 81. She will doubtless have to be towed to New Orleans for repairs.-[Shreveport Standard. The Mansfield mail came through this we-k for the first time in several weeks. On one of the trips some gentlemen on the Pa trice kindly offered to gglde the mail rider, and, after showing him that the water was not knee deep, he refused to come through. That rider needs regulating.-[Sabine Index. On Sunday evening last, between the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock, J. W.Johnson, the man who recently forged the nme of Little John, of Red River for the sum of $400, made his escape from the Bayou Sara jill. He left a long autobiography behind,wherein he stated that he was not a bad man but had got into bad company. We had no rain up to Friday of this week and the absence of farmers on our streets in dicate they have taken advantage of the propitious weather in advancing farm work. Some of the more forward have already planted cotton, while the majority aere prepar ig to do so during the coming week.-I West Fellciana Sentinel. Our friend J. S. Tuttle. E q., of the "Laurel Ridge plantation," was In town this week. He informed us that three young bears were captured in the rear of his place last week. He says that bears are destructive to his cane crop in the rolling season. Mr. Tuttle iu formed us that he has never seen a more magnlficent prospect for an immense cane crop.-(Iberville South. A desperate attempt was made to assassi nate one Henry McCullogn, colored at Shreveport, Wednesday. As he entered his own house some one sprung on him and stabbed him in the throat. The knife how ever, was dull, and MoCullogh escaped alive, but with a deep wound in the throat, which barely missed his jugular vein. His assail ant was one Darby, also colored. On Wednesday morning last carpenters were at work making the scaffold for the ex ecution of Robert R ,bertuon, who was con demned to be hung on Friday, second instant. The scaffold was within a few hours of comple tion on Thursday evening when deputy sheriff A. I'. Williams, who had charge of the sheriff's ollice during the absence of Sheriff Duson, received the following telegr tm: NEw ORLEANS, April 1, 1880. Postpone until further orders execution of sentence of Robert Robertson, fixed for to morrow, April 2. L. A. WILTZ, Governor of Louisiana. When Mr. Williams received the telegram he was about unlocking the jail door to allow Robertson's wife to take her last farewell of her husband. She was not informed of the respite until the cell door opened, and she was crying with her arms around her husband. On the deputy informing the grisoner that he had been respited he bore it very calmly, remarking at the time that he had always felt satisfied that God Almighty would not allow any innocent man to be hung, but that if such was his fate he was prepared to meet his doom. He has never for a moment, even when the gallows was being erected and his measure taken for his coffin, evinced the least fear of death, or ceased to deny his guilt when spoken to on the subject of the killing. His face is a pleasant one, and he has borne his imprison ment with cheerfulness, never complaining of the hardship he has had to undergo.-[St. Landry Democrat. TEXAN. P. F. Frichot, an old citien of Dallas, has committed suicide. It is thought the Bremond Railway will go to Marshall, and not to Tyler. Allen Towles, colored, was hung at Corsl cana on March 26 for the murder of his wife Mrs. Saluria Swearingen, of Gllad county, with her llttle son, were drowned in Sulphur. creek. A considerable number of young lambs have died in Bell county during the late freeze. The Texas Central will locate its machine shops 100 miles from Brenham, on their ex tension. They are going to build a railway betheen Cleburne and Fort Worth, to take in Denton and Gaineeville. A man named Somnier has been arrested in Brazoria county, charged with murder of Prudhomme, in Louisiana, in 1871. The latest news from the Chenal mountain miners is that ore yielding $40 to the ton with 10 per cent of silver has been discovered. A movement is on foot in Austin county to establish a fish and game association and to take measures to stock the streams with fish. A little two-year-old girl, named Henrietta Wilson, perished in the flames of a vacant tenement house which was burned in Dent son. Alice Hughes, employed as a waiter girl in the Vaudeville Theatre at Sin Autonmo, be coming tired of a weary lite, put an end to it with poison. Buxton Bell, a citizen of the Duck creek neighborhood, was foully murdered by his son and one Hawkins. The arrival of Judge Lynch is anticipated. D. H. W. Harrington, of Wood county, was waylaid and assassinated near his house. A farmer with whom he had a lawsuit is sus pected as the murderer. The farmers of Bald Prairie, Robertson county, are being troubled with large flocks of field larks, which dig up all the corn, leav ing scarcely a kernel in some fields. John Henry, colored, was hung at Corsl cana on the twenty-sixth of March. He was hung by a new process-jerked up into eter nity instead of being dropped down into it. Robert Russell was killed recently at Atascosa, Oldham county, by a man named Howard. Russell tried to ride over Howard and shot at him twice, when the latter re turned the fire, killing Russell. A small boy, the son of Mr. C. Goodrum, of Plantersville, who last week killed a col ored boy, a few years younger than himself by stabbing him in the stomach, was tried before a justice, and on account of his youth discharged. GIT EDGIE IS A THOROUGH REMEDY In every case of Malarial Fever, and Fever and Ague, while for disorders of the stomech. torpidity of the liver, indigestion and disturbances of the animal forces, which dahllitate. it has noequiva lent, and can have no suhbsitute. It should not be confounded with triturated compounds of cheap spirits and easential oils, often sold under the name of Bitters. FOR SeLE BY gists, racerg sad Wine Ierchnta Ivoerywler. RiadusaWea Wl t 1840........ ..... . .ITADLISHED . 1 0 ..................1840 HUBBARD'S FIRNITURE PALACE, THE CHEAPEST, THE NEATEST, THE LARGEST AND THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN TOWN With the Largest Assortment of Fine Bedroom Suits, in Rosewood, Mahogany, Wal nut and Oak, of the Latest Patterns and the Lowest Prices. Parlor Suits in Ebony and Gold, Mahogany, Walnut and Gold in Coteline Raw 811Silks, Reps, Satin de Laine, Hair and Mohair Coverings, in Large VYa rlety at Equally Low Figures. Also, Library, Hall and Dining. RoomFurnituro in the Most Modern Styles, Exceedingly Cheap. French Dressers, Mi- Mrror Wardrobee, MANTLE AND - FANCY AND PIER MIRRORS, ..... -FOLDINO CHAlS, BEDSTEADS, SECRETARIES, CENTRE AND CARD SOFAS. LOUNGES T A B L E , U WASESTIANDS, SIDEBOARDS, T RATTAN AND China and SilverOases, CARPET ROCKERS, HALL STANDS, Spring Mattressea Feathers and Spring Pillows and CURLED HAIR, BOLTER8 PARLOR DESKS, Ladies' Secretaries, IN NUMBERS AND PRICES TO SUIT ALL. Also a heavy stock of Medium and Ordinary Furniture for City and Country Use. at Wholesale and Retail, oheap for cash, All In need of Furniture will do well to examine our stock and prices JOS. B. H IUBBARD, No. 122 South Rampart, Cor. Perdido, arl Nos. 84, 86, 88, 90 and 92 Perdido Street. nS IGN OP THR GOLDEN EAGLE. MAR(ARET HAUGHERY. BERNARD KLOTZ. LARCARET'S STIEAM1 AJ1I) 31 T3CIIANICAL BAKERY, 74, 76 and 78 New Levee street, NewOrleans, The undersigned beg leave to call your attention to the following list of CRACKERS manufactured by new and Improved machinery, and solicit your orders: NAVY BREAD, SODA CRACKERS, XX, XXX, XXXX, PILOT BREAD, CREAM CRACKERS, XX, XXX, COFF.E-MOUSE BREAD, BOSTON CRACKERS, CRACKER MEAL, BOSTON BUTTER CRACHKER GINGER BREAD, XX, XXX, , PICNIC CRACKERS, GINGER NUTS, XX, XXX, WATER CRACKERS, SPICE NUTS, OYSTER CRACKERS, CRESCENT ISCUIT. NILK CRACKERS - - - - - - - 0 - - - = -~ - - - - MARGARET HAUGHERY & CO. FANCY CRACKERS. PEARL OYSBTER OCRACKERS. GINGEB OREAM ORACOKEBBRS, CACKNS,O ELS. GINGErB SNAPS, LEMON 8NAPS, SUGAR CAKES. LEMON JUMBLES. ORESCENT BISCUIT. HANt SUGAR CRACKERS, NICK-KNACK OCRACKERBS. iSUGAR CRACKEBRS. MAQOARONiI SNAPS. GINGER JUMBLES. ORANGE JUMBLES. LEMON ORACKERS. EXTRA FANCY CRACKERS. ASSORTED CAKES AND JUMBLE8, ARROW ROOT CRACKERS. PEARL BIROCUIT. DRY SUGAR CAKE. TEA BISCUIT. AB C BISCUIT. LEMON OREAM BISCUIT, STRAWBERRY BISCUIT. ICED BUGAR CAKE. When desired, these goods will be packed in Tin Cases, for foreign shipment, of 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 pound packages. Having a capacity of manufacturing 800 barrels of Flour per day, we are prepared to receive and fill large orders with promptness. ,, lr m w MARGARET HAUGHERY & CO. THE NEW OTTO SILENT u-AS ENGINE. An engine thatworks without Boiler. Always ready to be started and to give at once In I Dower. SAFETY, ECONOMY, CONVENIENCE. Burns common Gas and Air. No steam. no coal, no ashes. no fires, no danger. Built in stzes of 24, and 7 H. P. by 8OHLEICHEB, SCHUM]1 & CO., Philadelphia. Pa. Can be seen In successful operatilon at Mlessrs. Schmidt A Zeigler's, 0. B &, W. D. Malginnis's. and Luckner's Box Factory, in this city. For Information apply to JOHN F. BRAUN. Agent. No.16 Carondelet street. up stairs. fee Sn Tu Tn tt OFFICE W. S. CAMPBELL, Agent, 29 Carondelet st., New Orleansa COAL AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Steamboats, Steamships, And Families Supplied Has alwys on hand a full stock of Bterar and OWeil & Co.'s celebrated Pit~hrg Coag LOOKI LOOK! GREAT REDUCTION -IN MATTRESSES -AT THE DE L'ISLE & DONAHOE MAITTESS MIlNrICTORT I 44 and 46 Baronne street. We call the attention of every one to the great reduction we have made in MATTRESSES. We are selling the DOUBLE MATTRESS at $4 50, and other sizes at proportionate prices. We guarantee all mattresses as good as any in the market and better, as they are made with our CORD BOUND TICK. Also Cork Shaving Mattresses and Church Pew. ICair and Bugar Cushions a specidlty. Heady-made Ticks always on hand, and all kinds of repairing done at the lowest possible price. Ja2s Fr Su-Ta ly SEED RICE ! SEED RICE 5000 BACKS CAROLINA AND HONDURAS. For sale by ERNST & CO,. Ass t 10i and 111 Julia stree. I. SCHWARTZ & BRO., 149 TO 169 MAGAZINE STREET, AGEQNTS FOR DEAR'S PATENT STEAI FP he attention of the nuabile Is artloalarly sailed to the GREA.T REDUCTION IN PRICES I Tis red tIs possible on saount of the decrease in the eslt of labor and material, not by anr lowerin eK tegunality of either Snotwz sttndung the previously aoknowledaed SUPERIORITY OF THE DEANE PUMP, It has been the oonstant endeavor of the manufaeturerto render it still more worthy of the favor with which it has been reoeived, by snoh IMPROVEMENTS IN DESIGN AND DETAIL So wll slmpI rstrengthen and perfect It for the many uses to whichb it eDD applied. lW The Most Perfect Steam Pump Made, E ach PUMP is subjeoted to a risorous test before leaving the manufactory, and every Puma W.e oblgate ourselves to refund the purchase money In case any Pump should fail to per. form mte work for which we warrant It. We have constantly on hand a large and complete assortment of PUIMPS FOB VACUUI, SYRUP, TANKS AND FEEDING BOILB,. KELLY STEEL BARB WIfR. STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE. Wit vI on maennfacture and use of BANDEB D WIB dawned a NEW EBl IN l15B . l. Pr.vorly all fences of wire or wood had to be made of ulf.iot strength to resist the brute force oft he animal to be restrained and It ueded .oa. p strength and activity o the animal as to whether the ne lde broken down or scaled; heonce, encing had become very ,ast. and. In msay eases, almost m sble to be oed thus mak aJret drabac to the settlement of some of the inet portions of our Gontinent THE EASE AND COMPARATIVE CHEAPNESS With whioh BARBED WIRE can be transported the small amount of time sad labr raW to put It up. Its wonderful eftiiency as a ie oe. and iat omnar~tve idCeannss m made for it a most wonderful and remar e suenooss. The amount of sale have been unprecedented, and though lttle wa heard of It four raes ao, it is nw known allover the oivilifed world, and used in all the ta tes ano Tsrritories @1 the United sit. We are Prepared to Eteent All Orders, Small or Large, Promptly sad at yfa Low Prices. FRIEDMAN'S INJECTORS AND EJECTORS. The special attention of manfaceturers, mill owners. and other narties using ea sessa toe great economy of emplying Inectors as a means of up lying water to ste;m .bu In most oses these Injectors may take the place of Steam Pumn to aret adlvantage. even where the latter have been set up and are now in use. it would be a matter of eoonomy aDpl. one of the former also to your boiler, for the followin .among many other resosel pertinent, that might be given: The Best of Pumps Will Sometimes Get Out of Order, others frequently. In which ease much valuable time Is lost while making reair e such oircumstances, is a oomparatively inexpensive machine, always in order and at a moment's notice to take the place of the disabled Pump and allow the work to n Ing unusual bad occurred. Then again it ma be used to great sdsTasge in r epa-.e Ln t during the nightiime so as to be in a good conditiow to get up s fll heed of .team ithe morninm . e.ecting b this operation alone a Great Saving in Fuel, and Wear and Tear of Boilers. The Bteam employed In working the Inlector Is returned to the Boiler with the Feed M . thereby raisng its temperature, and preventina the unequaal expansion so disastrous to ot Plates, onused by pumping in water at a low temnerature. The Feed Water enters the Boiler throunah the Injector In a oon nuous .trea Whlic h rrest advantage over the unavoidable Intermittent suenop produced yeall kinds of numpe These Injectors are warranted to work with the most perfect regularity, and when premi applied. aooordina to the instructions given, aguaranteed to work to the fullest esten oa capacit, as laid down In our table. They will also. if desired. be sent on trial to reesponsible partles for thirty days: to beams cepted if found to work as reDresented, otherwise to be returned free oZ expease eamel Us transportation. DEALERS IN JUDSON AND ALLEN GOVERNORS, Shapley k Wells' PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS. STEAMBOAT, CHURCH AND PLANTATION BELLS. Bar, IHoop, Sheet and Boiler Irom, WII-ITE LEAD, and Carrie Boltas. Packers' Bachets ut ahers and Nails, I Band Bolt dutters e ackamith Tools of all descripti Ioll Fan B lea. Band and and Ean-p5eace el 2 Putnams Polished and Pointed Horse Shoe Blisle and Dounble Trees, Nails. Chains and Anehors Woreester I - lfeedin.Urlht Drillls. Bevol~ n sd Tank. .'and loller BRvets. MORRIS TASBER & CO. Lap Welded, Steam and Gas Pipe, BTEAl AND GAS PIPE FITTINGS, Steam and Oas Pipe Tools of all Kinds. BraM and IrBnrasbe and IronlesTaies: Brass and Iroa lull ODeniln Valves: Brass sad be.' it VavesBrass ad Iron Horizontal and Vertieal uhek Valves; Brass and I. Steam and Vaeuum Gauses: Steam and Berviee Cookse: Brass. Air. Cylinder and Gsaurse Cocks: Bras Gongs. HOLLAND & THOMPSON COMPOUND, Por lournal Boxes. Engines, Shaftiuz. or Blow aend last Motion. we claim will save II.I 1g CENT over the use of oil NATHAN & DREYF[YU' ITUUSTATIC AD SELF-ACTIIO LIJICIATORS AID QILE. iACINIBT AND BLACKBMITH TOOLS OF ALL KINDS: 8BO(V 5 AND BPADEB, Anvils. Vises and Bellows; Dirt. Garden and Iron Wheelbarrows; Bubler Bose. Deltin and Packing of all kinds; New and Second-Hand Portable and Btationerr llngines. Boilers. Bhafting and Pullels, 3aImopAo hA MLL sP ,PLUCs O@ ALL EUrwsa Estrmartes for Nlewr Boilers Furnished on Application.. ratie dwl rn t urchase will sve a Laree Percentes by erling on as before uesa.b. a .M. ~SCIFWARTZ & 3BRO., 148 to 1689 MAGAZIN BTREET