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The Third Annual Reunion of the Army of the Tennessee Association. A Grand Gathering and a Brilliant Evening. Last evening the third anniversary of the As ocilation of the Army of Tennessee (Loultl ana divilsion) was celebrated by a memorablle reunion at the Continental Guards' armory. The members had been previou ly. during the day, paying the annual tribute to their dead comrades at the Confederate tomb In Green wood Cemetery. and at 6 o'clock in the evening assembled at their hall In Mechanice' Institute with their many invited guests. From here they marched to the guards' armory, preceded by a fine baud, and were there ushered icto the banqueting room by the reception committee. The hall, though a spacious one, had no further room than the exiagncy of the case re naed. It an,. in truth a very popnulous hi.all, iu the tables were so well arranged that there syet ample accommodatlon for all pros nt enr the eiolent. management of the com ittee. There wre in all about 950 genllem* n resent, and the hall was o eaanetly droped with Some of which hail been borne over many a bloody field. The tables were net with ex st taste, and maon artiftl pictures of the asghtanttll totfronte.i and gliddened the ey., le they whotted the appetite. n every diren a. yer beln pronoun d byhr the Rev. A. J. Witheraponn, himselt a veteran of the army of oennesee, the gusts sat down to disc.t.rse the vlands nod tell over again their extierl encee of the war. The chair was occutpied by Col. Augustus Relohard. resident of 'th as ociation. On his right sat Maij r J. B Richardson, president of te, rssociation Army of Northern Virginir : o.James Lgan, ex-p.rrcsldent of the Asso elation Armyof 'I'ennese' (Jo:t. Louts Bush Col. Joseph Collins, Gen. F. N. Ogden a'nd vcl W. T. Vandry; and on hl Is ft. Ul. E. D. Willett, ex residentor the Assoclation Army of Northern 1irainln: Justice C. E. Fenner. Rev. Thomas . Markham. it v. A. J. Wither-noon and otl. J. B. Waltor. while eII ,ng dwun the se..ral ranges of tables were seated the remainder of the a sociation and theIr guests in indiscrlmi nate oompiiltinship. The following reuast was then served up with the utmost preolsion and order: MENU. up-Oyster. turtle. ors d'Oeuvres-PIckles, olives, celery. sh-- ed esnap per a la Mayonnaise. sheep head an gratin a laJackeon. tenderloin trout, sauce a la Parlar. Entrees-Chicken vol-au-vent, nux cham ignone, aimb chors a la Jardiniere. frlcan an a Is Richelieu. oetl--Turkey. chicken, vslt. mutton. Beleve- We'phalia ham galce, galantlne do inde aux truffes on Bellovue, beef daube a Ia fayetie. Balai-Chicken Mayonnai ne u cotere, hom ard a Ia ebleoree, salad a la i'Allemande. Desert--lponge cake, mas-eysain de Savole. merlongue cream fanllletarge. assorted c-ekes. assorted fruits vanilla Ice cream. Pyramids. doffeee. Wine,.-Mountf'rand. sauterne, champagne. The substantials having been disposed of. the tabl,' was cleared and then thickly studded with champagne bottles and their es sential accompanments. Proceedioegs were then opened by the delivery of the following address from the president. Col. RIelchard: COL. RRIOHAtnD'5 ADDRIESS. Ctmwrades of the Army of Tenressee-Once more it is my gratifying privilege to extend to you a hearty welcome on the occasion of your annual reunion, which you have very avpro rlatoly established on this great and solemn day, the anniversary of the battle of Bhillh, where most of us recolev d our baptism in blood. Since our last social gathering death has car ried off some of our most esteemed comrades. among their number that illustrious com mander of this army. Gen. J. B. Hood. You all remember him at our last banquet, when his mangled but still manly term rose up. aside or me.to address you a few remarks, which he deemed necessary to say in vindtiction of his course whilst at the head of this army. To-day. over his grave, we do not care to discuss his tategy, We leave that to the future historian. e remember him now only as the gallant, on aunted soldier the hero of a hundred battle ds. and we pray it may please a benign rovidene that the hand of destiny will not welsh too heavily on his poor, orphaned chil dre. who nust at this moment have expert enoed another irreparable loss. If death has made some gaps In our ranks, It is gratifying to know that we have been hand somely reinforced from the rear, our assooia tion now numbering close on to 400oo members. t is equally pleasIng for me to state that our finanoial affairs remain to a flourishing condi tion. Our general and relief funds are amply provided with means for all contingenoles: but I regret to say our tomb fund is as yet quite insufficient for the great object which we have in view. I hope, how ever, every member of this association will constantly keep before his mind the touching remiaks made on this subjoet by comrade Au gustin In his annual report as chairman of last year's tomb committee. He truly says It is a sacred debt which the survivors owe to their fallen comrndes to erect a sul able monument to their memory, and I trust ways and means will soon be devised of a nature to increase this fund In such a way as to enable us to proceed with the holy work before us at as early a day as DOssible. Inoonclusion, it gives me particular pleasure to add that our relations to our comrades of the army of Northern Virginia remain of the most cordial nature. While it may be desirable to maintain the two associations on their present separate beass, some thing should be done to bring the mimbers socially more closely to gether. Here are 760 veterans of the Bouthern armles, closely Identified by the most sacred memories of the past, and it would sotm strange if arrangements could not be made for a more freouent-I should say daily-inter course, at lest for a large portion of thnem. It cannot bh questioned that the two associs tions are at present more poputar than they have ever been before, and it is oeident to me that the day is close at hand when every old klldier of the Confederacy will con fess that there is really a void in his existence, unless he be a member of either the asso.:a tion of the Army of Northern Virginia or that of the army of Tennessee. "The Bonnie Blue Flag" was then spiritedly rendered by the band amid the greatest enthu elasm. The toast, "The army and navy of the United States." was next drunk, and to the suc oeeding one, "The day we celebrate." COL. LOUIS BUBH was loudly called upon to respond. Col. Bush opened his addrees by a powerful and eloquent exposition t01 the causes who the ay should be celebrated. It was. he satd, a day which should be dear to every Southern heart, to touch ev-ry Southern sympathy, and a day which should be ree died always with the greatest reverence and respect. From on that memorable day, whose anniversary they were oelebratin,. It seemed to the Contederate army that victory was surely within reach, and each soldier seemed to touch it with his hands. The Oolonel reviewed graphically the history of the battle of Shiloh. and said that the results mlaht have been different if Sydney Johnston had not been taken away, and the exhausted forces of the Confederate army been confronted with hourly increasing reinforcements on the part of the enemy and the fire of the gunboats on the Tennessee. His address closed with a kandsome compliment to Col. Manton and the J-dhteenth Louisiana. The next toast was "The Army of Tennes See," to which Rev. Thomas H. Markham re sponded in one of the most eloquent and touch ing actresses ever heard, and which brought the tears to many a veteran's eye in that hall. He was himself an attache of the army of Ten nessee, and brought vividly within every reootlection the many , hardships and privations suffered, the dangers encountered, the wild pleasure of the bivouac song, the for titude which laugbed at pain and the gratitude for favors rendered. It was a grand and real -tie picture which he touched. forming a poem hilch aroused every softer feeling in thebreast. -rdinarlyl an after-dinner speech requires the unality of brevity for thorough appreciation. tbut it was with profound tegret that the vete rans realied its conclusion. To the toast 'The Army of Northern Vir inia," Major Richardson responded briefly and with point, and he was followed by Col. Jos. Collins to the toast "The Army of the Trans-Mississippi." in a very effective and hlp ly aprelcated speech. O . J. B. Walton responded to "All the Lou isiana Veterans" in a speech which reou,,tsed their achievements ft om the batt:e of New Or leans through the Mtxricau war and finally in the ounfederate army. "T,e Women of the South" was responded to by Justic- OC. E. Pen ner, who lauded the ladies for their heroism under the privations of absent busband+ brothers and latbera. and their devotion amid tribulation and ditas er. He Pronounced them the greatest heroesa of all, and turning to a battle lag wbich rested against the wasI behind the president's chair, and from wbl.,b stood out in relief the portra t of the gallant Chas. Drew. he ainted in vivid colors the bravery of the dead young soldier and orator and dlscribad. amid a hail of apo plause, his heroic s ,crflss and his death. That flagR he said. was presented by the ladies of Williasburg,. and tthe o lor bearer who had carried It was Fred. N Ogden. This naturally provoked .afning aDDpplause from the guests, and Judge Fenner concluded amid general ch, ering. "The Press" was ably represented by Mr. Mark F. Bignoy. ater whose address Col. W. T. Vaudry read a poem on the dead chieftain. oen. John B Hood. Gen. F. N. Ogden, beiang then called upon, ex pressed bin thanks in elsqj'ent terms and toasted ex Gov. Francis T. Nicholls. to whom he paid a high tribute. Col. Jan. Linanu next delivered an approorl ate and pithy Raderos, after which Capt. John Augustin was called non"u. His soeech h,,d a touoh of the old camp-fire humor 'nd was warmly received, unt when he tiastei the "Ljdies of the Monumental Association." whos' labors of love he had observed at the tomb luring the day, tevry man rose and paid tribute. Thereafter the bannuettnr party dispersed. the members of the assooiation going to their hall. A WORTHY OBJECT. Fair for the Benefit of the Church of the Sacred Heart. Last Sunday eveniug this very enjoyable en tertainment commenced in the hall corner Canal and 1O lborue streets. The object for which it is being held is to liquidate the in debtedness contracted in the orection of the new Catholic Church corner Canal and Lopen streets. The fair is most attractive. Th se who patronitz the fair will have the satsfaction of coutributing to a charitable undertaking. The usual attractionus f a fatr are supnIle monted by concerts. mrintrel performanovs end musical interlude . which would satisfy the m"st exacicting tt tastes. To the left of the hall Is the table of the Sacred Heart. under the behare, of Mrs. E G. Willet. assisted by Mesdame- F C. Wiutz. E b. Web,-r and 8peilman. the Misses Ballaton., 8ice, En. aleiardt. Post, 8butro,. Braly,. Shuts. Uosgrove and iteitmayer. At this table th, re are many vpluable articles to be contested for and raflm d. among which might be moulloed a hat'd~tsmn i.wlry box. d,,nated by Mrs. It. H. B ,rtt'y: a besnutitril gold crows and haeim:; a boy's hand orgine, the handiwvrk of M'. sltlsa Brady. Tho n'ext table. the Lt. Vincent de Paul, is oresalled over by MI-s Linu. as.si td by the Misses lavlnar and Hnurkhatdt. For competi t in and r fit , there ase also a line fruit bua ket, a nmaaniflcnut doll. a pair of vases and a large barrel of vi|,esrr (the last mentioned article presented by Mr. N. E. Bailer). St. JoAseh's tuble is under the direction of Mrs. L. Bannon and Mrse Parker. asslsted by Misses lonlingsr anui Cahill Thbre is a lottery of handsome parlor table. Bohemian lamte. flower baskets. etc. Next n0me the table of the Ancient Order of Hlhbrniana cared for by Mrs. P. Rollily, who was aesisted by Mrs. Connotll. On this table there i. for coste.a-t and , saills a"Life of Pope Plus IX " by the Rev B. O'lit-lly: a wax flower ba kot and other prtty articles. Then followed the St. Patrick's table, with a variety of refa-bhmoents. harntringly handed to thirsty sousi by Mrs. P Kane. assslted by the Misses Mary Brennan and Clara Ba'the. Another refreshment table. that of Our Lady sof Lourdes. was well patronized. It is under the care of Mrs. 0. Oritlon assisted by Mrs. Case. Mrs Maher and Miss Prudhomme. The fair continues until Sunday. April 11. ACCIDENT ON THE RIVER. Two Collisions by One Boat and Two Lives Lost. The Morgan ferryboat Sarah caused two se rious accidents on the river yesterday evening between 1 and 2 o'clock. She collided first with the Gretna ferryboat Favorite, moored at'the Gretna landing and set adrift bhth the ferry and ii' sting wharf, whst'h were captured by the tug Margarita. The Fa vorite sustained considerabi damage. Proceeding down the river the Harah next ran afoul of a coal barge moored near the glorgan wharf. The barge broke loose and drifted against the towbo xt Mary Lee. which was about to start dlown the river wish the ship Monnt Pleasant and bark Albert Shultt A skiff containingo one white man Mr. MoOios key, and six negroes. in assisting to clear the fi tbo't from the to agot across the towboat Ma ry Lee atnd the skiff cavtlz d. Two of the colored ns'u sav--d themselves by gettins hold of th- fish tackle of the ship Mount Pleasant, but the other four and the white man got underneath the towboat, and two of the negroes and the, white man were ticked un astern of the towboat. Capt. Leppert. of the bark Albert Shultz, threw a line to one of the negroes, but he missed It and was drowned. The other negro nev-r ro.e to the surface after going down when the skiff ca;pslzed. None of the men belonged to the vessels in tow. The flatboat was secured by tugb.)ats and towed back to the landing. The negroes drowned were named Baptist Valenrtin and John Rich ardson. A TESTIMONIAL. The Crescent Rift ) have received a very handsome testimonial from their whilom guests, the Mobile Cadets. The Mobile com pany have sent two be ,uti ful blue silk guldons. fringed wi:h sllver. They hear on one side the monogram C. R in embroidered white floss silk. and on the obher two crossed rift 's. em broidered. with a Oresoent underneath. They weor encased In a very handsome wal. nut box, highly polisbed and inscribed, "Mobile Cadets to Oresoent Rifl,s." The guidous were much admired by the com pany. and will be oherish ui as a valuable proof of the friendshlp formed h'tweeu the Mobile Cadets and the Crr scent It flee. IN HONOR OF THE DAY. Judge Billings yesterday adjourned the United States courts in honor of decoration day. and in doing so said: This beifrng the day consecrated by a very large portion of our community to the annual decoratiln of the graves of their dead the courts of the United St.tee for this district will stand adjourned until to morrow morning. SUPREME COURT REPORTER. The organization of the new nuoreme Court was comlete-d yesterday by the appolutment. made by its judges under article As of the con stitution, of Henry Donie. Esq.. as reporter of its decisions. Wiechendorff Sentenced. Yesterday moaring Judge Whitaker sen teuced J. B. Wich.h-ndorff, the emb zzliig cashier of Muitr. Duckworth & Co., to one year in the State Penitetlary. It is rumored that that the applleation for Wisrehndorff's parden is already in the Governor's hands. THE COURTS. Second Distriot' Court. Emancipated- Katie M. Duncan. Successions opened-Addle Lanar and Mrs. John Shay. Fifth District Court. J. C. Price vs. J. A. Prlee.-Judgment for plaintiff. Cain eartain ex rel. the State vs. W. A. Strong. Becretary of State - Petition to compel the pro mulgation of election returns of East Carroll. where Sartain claimed to have been elected shorlff.-Judgment for plainttff. William T. Jone- vs. Edwin T. Florance. Judgment for plaintiff. Eliza Porker vs. Rtcard Talbot.-Judgment for plaintiff. Caroline Dillman vs her husband. John P. Lalanne.-Judgment for plaintiff. Second Recorder's Court. John Fitzerarld and John Burn, were fined $20 or thirty daya for as- ailing Offoiers Meteye and Swythe on Burgundy street. SubseQuent ly the recorder learned that th, ir offense was more aggravated, being on a like plan with the Poydras Market row on buuday. and sent them before the First D!strict Court under bonds of $750. Academy of Music. The Haverly Juvenile Pinafore Company played Pinafore auain last evening to even a larger audience than on prec .di, g niaht. and proving more interesting ,s its members be come familiar with their public. To-day there 11i be a grant Pinafore matl. nee by the same company, which will be essen tially a ladies' and children's affair A night I'l:afore will again be sung by the youthful performers. Why suffer with indigestion when Malakoff Bitters affords certain relief. Get a bottle and try it. Boid's Gllt aise T cnlooures drspeprla. WEATHER BULLETIR. WAn DsrInmu.Iu Slanal Service. United States Army. Daily meteorological record for the eight hours ending at 2:0o p. m.. Tuesday. April 6. [Observatione taken at the same moment of time at all stations.l Stations. Bar. ; p per shours S I hour. nches Cairo........... 1 t18- N 17 o Chattanooga... 29 8s- R 75 N 1: 0 COlncinnat ..... lo04- ss NW 14 0 Davenport..0... so 1- 42 NW 27 o Dubuue ..... -30.1-- 30 W 20 0 Gaiveston...... 9.00-F 7R s 9 0 Indianola...... "99--F 82 4 19 0 Keokuk........ 0o 17- 51 NW 22 o La Crosse...... 8s.21- 31 NW o20 0 Leavenworth. - 10o.t-- 5n N 17 0 Louisville...... a0o o7--R IO lNW 12 0 Memphis....-.. n 07--B ( N 5 o Nashville.... " 21 7-li 7 N 8 o New Orleans..- .-o.t-F s2 SW 12 o Omaha......... 3'.37- 41 N 30 o0 Pittsburg...... 2 87- 5n NW 10 0 8kreveport. .9. .0 so-F 17 4W 4 t. Lousle...... o21- 54 NW 12 o St. Paul....... :.1:23- 3r NW 1o o Vloasburg..... o95 98 -P R4 SW 1o 0 Yankton ....... 3 54- 84 W 20o o Corsilana....... 29 85 -R 89 W 4 o Little Book .... :10.2--R 71 E 14 0 IL indleatee rislna: ;. Indioates failing; II ndloatee stationary. LOCAL 1COiRD. Naw OnLKAiws. April e, 18ex. Time. 0 9 Weather. 7 am. 0m . . 73l 8W 4 101ouy. Sp.m. 30 o0 82 SW 10 Pair. SD. m. so.o 7s SW a Fair. iean ... 30.02 7 .... Maximum temperaturem i. minilmum 70. A Cruel Mother. Millie Bnlutle, a colored woman residing at No. 20w Gravior street, was arrested yesterday f r brutal treatment of her adopted chill 12 years or age. According to the testimony of her neglab -re the woman's cruelty towards the little girl has been goinl on for several years. Mayor Patton sent the child to an asylum. after having s' tisflnd himself that she bore upon her body unmistakable marks of ill treatment. Crescent City Battalion. At a meeting of the olmnrs of the Crescent City Battalion bold last. night. Mnjor It C. Bond was unanimously elcted colonIl. vice Col. Fen ;nr now Assoclate Bupreme Justice. This promotion will necessitate the election at the next meeting of a major to fill the va cancy. It is understood that all the staff ofii cers will be retained, excnut Adjutant Robin. son, who is now on O'n. Itehchard's staff. Amputated Toes. A white man named John Murphy had twotoes of his right f ,ot amputated by the fall of a lot of rallr, ad l on. on the brig Williams. upon which t, was working. lie was conveyed to Dr. Lerov'e drug store. where he was attended by Dr. Bobber. and afterwards taken to his home on Fulton, between Jackson and Philip streets. BOARD OF BHEALTH RECORD. The following were recorded yesterday at the offioe of the Board of Health: MARrIAG5l. William Cook to Mies Louisa M. Dahiler. Albert Epos to Miss MarIe T. tanonge. Eddie C. Manico to Miss Elizabeth Markey, Charles Aluert Le Mercier do Quesney to Mise Antoinette Charlotte Amelle D'Aquln. Mrs. James Blair, a son. Mrs. John P. Mischler, a son. Mrs. Francis M. Wish. a son. Mrs. Heury RBnell. a son. Mrs. Henry Crump. a daughter. Mrs. F. A. Bnito. a son. Mrs. G. A. P que, a daughter. Mrs. Albert Dickerson. a son. Mrs. Aloys Weiss. a daughter. Mrs. Adolph Rueter, a daughter. Mrs. Thomas Johnston, a daughter. Mrs. John Garola, a son. Mrs. John J. Tiernev, a daughter. M's. Rudolph 8hoe fiolr, a son. Mrs. Vincent Kaur. a daughter. Mrs. W. It. Taylor, a son. DEATIIS. Rymar Le Corgane, 11 years. Louisa Polyte, c.. 60 years. Mary Miller, 70 years. Mrs. Etenora Henuen. 62 years. Isaac M. Blair. c., 1 month. Catherina Froeba. 2 years. DAILY LETTl.ER LIST. Ladies' List. Allen mr Johnson Madeline And-raon Mollie B Klnbrough Sammie Anderson Sarah Lind Ens rma Clones Anthony mrs Monroe Harriet Caslmor R >se Mead Marv miss Cameron Margaret Mallory Emile J mrs Churchill Cora mrs Oarmess 8 8 mrs Clark MO rors Robinson Emma Demeenan Mary miss Rioe Katie Dumee Lizzie Schuieleberg Bridget Davis R Lwhel tavers J W mrs Davion Henrietta Thomas Alice miss Foreman º achel Woodward Albertina Ferrend ,n V mrs Washington .ulia Frazer Mary miss William, Lucy Juies mrs Williams Raihel Gentlemen's List. Atkins N 0 Hlckey & Cokes I Bennett John J.cob A Bogardl G Klanter B M Bruno Marco Lawlor S mon Calhount Jas W Lines Di'k Ot ambers Blake Lenhoff & -trauss Campbell D J Muelli e ro 0 Connell D J Pettingill C H Condon H C Ropei.hein Fred Devail Charles lioria John i Donaldson Charles 8ug L capt Derluan Louis Smith Oharley Dickers.n uV Smith J (I Dixon J B 'Taylor Frank Erin Jerry V.n Just C Q (reen U B White Francis Godfrey Chas Younug M M Hamason D A Zamora M Unmailable Letters. NOT PRTPAID. Austin F E Bastino Annie E miss Caine Alice miss F.,ley B Miss Morton Jennie miss Mern ll Chas A dr Periott Jernie mrs Smith Jennie mrs Beller Virginia miss MIBDIR.ITED. Collins Joe Gs.sson M 8 Night Sarah B mrs REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Adam Ohler to Mrs M. Loech. a lot and im. orovements, bounded by Union. Botatelle. Greatmen and Craps streets. t50x145. $20oD. O. DeBouchel to J. M. Seut. two lots. etc.. btuLded by Customhouse. Canal. Marais and Vlillre streets, 25x114. $2(00. Richmond Malney to Mrs B. Flnney. one lot, etc.. hounded by Constance. St.. Joseph. Delord and Magazine streets. 82x117, $1100. Philip Meyer to Christain Moyer a lot. eto.. bounded by Dryades, Rampart. Euterpe and Felicity streets. 32x128. $2000. Ohas. H. Culb. rtson to Chas Schueler two lots. etc.. bounded by Dauphine. Marigny. itopal and Mandeville streets. 18sg4. $so. Dolbear Commercial College. 203 Canal street. HlOTELb AKRl V.A.I. CITY HOTEL-Dr W R Whitehead. Denver. Col; W L Wright. Port Eads, La; P K Mayers, Pascagonla. Miss: E T Egaleston. Jas M Ben n, seyy city: Jno D Murrell, wife and child. Iberville, La: B G Laycork, B a Layoock, Jr. Miss A A L aycock. La; Mrs Isaac D Brown. Miss May Barr. Iberville parish: Jno B 'te-wart and wife. La; Geo A Peterkin and wife Miss Buckinah m. B C 'atum Ba-trop. La: Jno E Ryan, Columbus. Ga; 'bos L Crostley. Lead ville. Col; Bev Herman C Duncan. Alexandria; J M Oliver. Memohis. Tenn; R K Carr, Oeotre ville. Miss; PL Cox. Assumption. La: Rev W D Christian ulte, child and nurse, Miss Carrie Bockwood. Hotima. La. Dolbear Commercial College. 203 Canal street. Ped'.tl- t i gEdpe ToPnin cores rover and agne After being shut up in a mine for forty three days and nights, a Devonshire (Eng.) dog still lives. In accompanying his master on a shooting excursion he fell lu ashaft six t~ -six feet deep, and was supposed to be killed. After more than a month a howl was heard to proceed from the pit's mouth. A miner was sent for and lowered, and the dog was rescued in an emaclated condition. He had lost twenty-esiponnde la weight. AUCTIO A IALB. By Montgomery & Co. BOOKS BOOKS A SMALL LIBRARY OF 800 TO 400 VOL. UMES. TO BE SOLD THURSDAY. APRIL 8, AT 11 a. m.. at 87 Camp street. MONTGOMERY & CO.. ap7 at Auctioneers. MItLi AUTIONEEB8, Will sell Horses. Mules. Cows. Oarriages unt Harness at auction. at MONTGOMERY'S TATTEBRbALLS. No. 7o Bre.nne street. every WEDNEBDAY and BATUBDAY at II o'cloc, ConsRtnments of stook sonlltted lny JUDICOIAL ADVERTISEUEENISI . AUCTION MALFIA. By H. & N. Samory. SALE OF REAL ESTATE. LOTS OF GROUND AND BUILDING IN THE SECOND DISTRICT OF TIIE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. ON DUMAINE STREET. BETWEEN MIRO AND TONTI STREETS. IN THE MATTER OF F. JAUFROID VS. HIS CREDITORS. Fifth District Court for the Parish of Orleans. No. sess. MY H. & N. SAMORY. Auctioneers-FRIDAY. May 7, 1880, at 12 o'clock m., will be sold at public auction, at the Merchan s and Auo tioneers' Exchange. Royal street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second District of this city. by virtue of an order of the honora ble Fifth vistrict Court for the Parish of Or I-atns, under date March 80.1880. and for account of said insolvent estate 1. TRHEE CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND. together with the buildings and improvements thereon. sit uated in the Second District of this city, in the square bounded by Dumaine, St. Philip, Miro and Tonti streets, designated as lots Nos. 2. 8 and 4., on a plan of Louis H. Pille. surveyor dated January 17. 1859 and deposited in the ofrice of E Bouny, notary pub lic In this city: which lots are contiguous. and measure each in American mtasure thirty feet front on Dumnaine street by a depth of one hundred feet. betwepn euqael parallel lines. 2. A CEl PAIN PORTION OF GIROUND, sit uated in the above souare, measuring fifteen feet front on Dumaine street by a depth between parallel lines of one hundr ed feet, and forming the one-half adjoining lot No. four of that cer tain lot of ground deslnated in the above men tioned plan by the No. 5. 3. A OERTAIN POeR ION OF GROUND, sit uated in the above described square, measuring in American measure thirty-six feet six inches and five lines front on Miro by one hundred and thirty-five feet in death, and forming the whole front by the aforesaid depth of that cer tain lot of ground designated on the aforemen tioned plan by the No. 9. Terms ceh. Act of sale before A. E. Peyroux, Esq.. notary public, at the expense of purchasers. ap8 7 20 myn 7 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING LABOR AND MATEBIAL IN ERECTING THE NECES SARY BUILDINGS AND WHARVES FOR QUARANTINE PORPOSES AT SHIP ISLAND. MISS. OFFICE OF LIOHT-HousE ENoINElsa, No. 37 Union street, New Orleans, La.. April 2. 1880. "SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED -7 at this office until 12 o'clock noon SATUR DAY. April 10o. 1880. for furnishing the material and labor and the erection of all necessary buildings and wharves for quarantine pur poses at Ship Island, Miss., in accordance with certain plans and specifications to be seen at Dr. E. LATH AM'd office. Bay St. Louis, Miss. Dr. C. E. LgROUX'S office. Pass Christian. Misse. Dr. E. GRIFFIN'S office. Scranton, Miss. MONTROSS HOUSE. Biloxi, Miss. The bid should state the sum in United States money for which the work will be completed. Also, the date of Its completion under forfeit. The work to be carried on under the personal supervision of an agent of the National Board of Health. and all facilities to be afforded him for Inspecting material and workmanship. Such parts as may be rejected must be made good at expense of contractor. The right to reject any or all bids, or to waive defects, is re served. E4ch bid must be accompanied by a bond of t00oo siuned by bidder and two competent sureties, so that in the event of the acceptance of the bid the necessary contract will be en tered into within ten (101 days after notice is given that the bid has been accepted. All proposals must be signed, sealed and in doreed 'Proposals for building Quarantine Station at Obhi leand I4lss.." and then in closed in anott'er envelope find direotyid, p~. ptd, to the undersigned. Ano bidder may be present and witness the opening of the bids at the time and place speci fled. Payment will be made monthly.upon es timates certified to by an agent of the National Board of Health, but twenty (20) per cen um of the amount of each estimate will be with. held until the satisfactory completion of the contract. The successful bidder must furnish bonds in the sum of $2000oo. igned by himself and two competent bondsmen, for the faithful per formant e of the contreot. Pans and specit(eations on exhibition at the oftioe of the undereligued. Also. at other places herein mentioned. SEParate estimates must be made for wharves and bulldings. By order of National BarI of Health. W. H. HEUER, Captain of Engineers, United States Army. aCI st OrFI0. NEw OBLEANS, SPANISH FOBT AND Lake Ballroau Company. ON AND AFTER MAtUH 1 1, 1880, TRAINS will leave the Devot. corner of Canal and Basin streets, at 6:30. 9, 1. 12, 11. 2, 3, 4. and a o'clock, and the rate will be as follows: Round trip to the Lake and return.... 20 oents Round trip, children between 5 and 12 years................................ 10 cents Bound trip to City Park and return... 10 cents Family tickets 25 roundtrips.......... $8 6 Family half-t(.kets, 25 round trips. children a to 12 years e............... S 2 Children under 5 years............-.... Free Liberal arrangements will be made with pic nio parties and schools. Arrangements can ee made for special trains, to be run during or after regular hours. T. S. WILLIAMS. mb9 im General Manager. NEw - (MOBILE FAST LINE.L) -' THE SHOBTEST BOUTE TO EASTED. ONLY LINE WITH DOULE DAILY PAB SENGEB TRAINS. On and after Sunday. Aoril 4 1880, trains will arrive and leave depot. foot of lanal street as follows: No. 1 Express No. 2 Express, daily ........7:0o a.m. daily.......- 8:oo a.m, No. a Express No. 4 Express daily..-......s:o p.m. daily......10:oo00 p.m No. 6 Coast Ao- No. 6 Coast Ac commodati'n commodati'n daily except daily except Sunday... a:80 p.m. Sunday ....9:2o a.m. Tiokete may be obtained and Sleecping O, Berths secured in advance on application at the office corner Oemp and Common streets. ovpo site Otr Hotel D . B ROBINSON. SUverintende. di Iv J. W. COLEMIAN. Ticket Agent. (jEAT JACKSON BOUTE. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW SR IEANS RAILROAD. Trains will leave and arrive at the CallieDe Street Depot. on and after January 17.1880. as follows: Leave. Arrive. -Ip. No1. 12,:80o . in. Ib. N .2. :80 : . , KIxed NO. 3. 1:15 a. m.iiiixed 10. 4. 7:80 p. a Nos. 1 and 2 run daily. Noe. 8 and 4 daily. as cept Sunday. 8aturday Acommodaton or Maoomb OCt, leaves at 4!00 o. m. Sunday Excursion for McOomb Clty leaves at 7:15 a. m. Returning, arrives at 9:30a. m. rHBOUGH TO LOUISVILLE CININAT AND OHICOAGO WITHOU2 0HANGE. and for ST. LOUIS a Sleeper is at. tached at Milan nabllng passengers to gt through wlthouf 'eavlg the train. Only ONE MANGECTA NEW 70111 and EASTEBR CITIES. [mproved Slee ing and Reclining Chair oar to Vicksburg dally, without ehage. Tickets for sale berths seeuredand informs. ion aivenr at No a Oam, street, corner of M. SCHWARTZ & BRO., 149 TO 169 MWAGAZINE STREET, AGENTN FOIR DEAE'S PITENT SAN PUNl The attention of the Publi les particularly ealled to the GREAT REDUCTION IN PRIICES t o sbe aount of the deoresie 1I the east a laboe ad material. agl Wotwi nt andlana tprevIously aoknowledged SUPERIORITY OF THE DEANI PUMP, It has bee the oonstant endeavo of the maaufsaetrer to render It stil more worthy of the fav with whlch It has been reoeived. b esuoh IMPROVEMENTS IN DESIGN AND DETAIL s will sit lf strengthen and perfect It for the mar uses to whlo t lsapplledunota The Most Perfect steam Pump Made. lUah p-rlP Is subleoted to a rigorous test before leaving the manufactory, and every Pum Is guarateed. We obligate ourselves to refund the purchase moneyr n case any Pump should fall to per, form the work for which we warrant It. We have constantlr on hand a large and complete assortment of PUMPS FOR VACUUM, SYRUP, TANKS AND FEEDING BOILNDU KELLY STEEL BARB WIRE. STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE. With o Invention, miusactureo and use of BABBm . dawned a NEW B.lk IN UD. IKG. Previon ee or Wood had be made of oi.e stren h tO resist the ,rute force of the animal to be restrained and it depended un thto trenfgt and activity of the animal as to whether the aee could broken down or scaled: hence, fencing ad become vry oostl. and, In many oases. almost Impssile to be olmd. thus maki a reat drawback to the settlement o some of the finest ortion of our Continent, THE EASE AND COMPARATIVE CHERPNESS With which DABBED WIBE can be transported the small am t of o e d laheP to put it up, its wonderful emlcenoy as a enoe. and its omaratve he made for It a most wonderful and remarbl success. The aount of l have been nnvreoedented. d though lite heard of It four years go. It is now known al over the vled a rld, and 'sied I all the Etates and Territories of the United Pastes We are Prepared to Execute All Orders, 8mall or Larg Promptly sad at Y.ej Low Prises. FRIEDMAN'S INJECTORS AND EJECTOBS. Tle special attention f mi iuacn rers, mill owners, and other partles asings e ma to e great economy o emr ing Injectors as a means of euplying water to In mst oases tese Injectors mar take the place of Bteam lPnmD o areat even where latter have been set aupand are pow in n de. It wold be a .ppli on` tp e former also to your boiler, for We following. among man other reases bC'O1&Ptttlat 0 ljt bwgiven The Best of Fumps Will Sometilles Get Out of Order, others frequently, in which case niii.ab vliiablmetime Is lost whlt m akin m ls ' tra. s, such ciroumstances, Is a comparatively inexnensive machine, always In order and iea41 l at a moment's notice t ho e e place of the disabled Pump and allow fe Itrk to Infg unusual had occurred. Then again it may be ued fo y'eau ;esa.ir g Is .i salting the ,sightiim. =6c1 to be is a good oondition to eel ws A U head W ste0am the mkors b~asg. effe~by this oysrutiow slone a Great Saving in Fuel, and Wear and Tear of Boilers. The .team employed In working the Injector is returned to the Boiler with the Need W thereby raislin its temperature, and preventing the uneanl expanelon so disastrous toE0 Plates, eaued¶b pnumping In water at a low temperature. The Need Water enters the Boiler through the InJector in a oonnuou st nis great advante~ e over te unavoidable intermittent sunpy Droued by all kin.u 0 o m., These Inlectors are warranted to work with the mos~ orfect retr adgty, andwh • applled, aocordlna to the instructions given, gaaranteed to work to the fullest n este IJ t, e I oi Wlso if our bleso, o cahi l as alsoa ifd.desinred. be sent on trial to responsilble partlee for thirty dag: to Isa cepted if Iond to workt as represented, otherwise to be returned free of expem. esse. tranportation. DEA LERl IN JUDSON AND ALLEN GOVERNOBR , $hapley & Wells' PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS. STEAMBOAT, CHURCH AND PLANTATION BELLN. Bar, Hoop, Sheet and Boiler Irons WHITE LEAD, aeiand C o Pafiachote gut aaher sd Noflm, . P Hsnadolt dOutter. 1 S-ugar-House ad Bairoad/.man 1ma m.I POrt abeor. " Putnams Polished and Pointed Borse Shoe Single and Double Trees. W or ter re U rlPht D rills. C h ai na j o.h D ril Tank. Coopers' and Boiler Bivete, MORRIS ETABSER h CO. Lap Welded, Steam and Gas Pipe, STEAM AND GAS PIPE FITTINGS, Steam and Gas Pipe Tools of all Kinds. i rasm.nd e ron Globe and AnJeValtees; Brass and.ognul Oaningvee; B San h lefty Valvese; ra.s an m ron oriezonta and vertieal ueok Valves l a Steam and Vaonum a ausnees Steam and Bervice Cooeks: Sreas. Air. OCllnder and oaunse Oooas: Brass Conse. HOLLAND & THOMPSON COMPOUND, lot Journal Bozes. Dagines. ShatlWr Slow and ast Motion, we dlaim will save tIo! !IM OUST over the nee of oil. NATHAN & DREYFUB' IRUSTATIC ID SIII-ACTIIJ LIIICATRU AIn SI.D.I MACINIST ~LID BLhAiKBMXTE TOOLS 01P AWcL ý fU'v AUD BPADIE. An els. tn sand .Bell.ow; Di.,ga, ealr.d d r rra wd r Rbbey Hose. Stationery .ngines. Boolers. Watine and llera. ·UIf-·urND A11 MIlL " OmtoPPL Ot ALL IwIs. ]etimsates for New Bollers FurnUshed on Applicatlon.a t.ttr sieefrtn to Do.a w9ills save a Lasre Peenta.e h.e liUrar on as Ibelore atar.isa . toS lC oar R.adtaloue. M. OHW ARlI'Z & BIIROC., tI4 to 16e KAG AUI BTRHMT.