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*1* lE1rdh~k~ .UW~ppS~, b·i4\'r r Fj·· all ll W iimbi". 1 bQ~tQb :?Wb~~dbhui ' It t , _f t: ýitrý ,"Iaaate - "; .. yi 9· 1 º;.4 ýb o0M lot 7rr" of(u r111 Oakq .. ·dj'g i ·jumQ vsll hI- 4 I . 3 B. :* .T Iý iin~ ··~ I··· ihi .. ''~ .~~hd~w~j..I-um:I# ~rJ,'l~ rw 1 ~p~tqm·I 'NSI· gmd' 4 v v·· ·s ~ · *"n. wrn .i 9. .. ·I~F C *. '-4-~~ Jurl ba l +uomaslL ktk pr.rýtirp~ bld, r wetll.1 irh~~S~imbirr akaur oft--tbrem dam Go.th, mad a Irl~C Y - --Is fib. > qlad- whome rt r 1 e rw Mess r s·41 iambroýý ha I pImifsAIabk11ohaof has 11a!hi -tib+. fM d1almaý e" law tM m teeais wbo~abl isea3U@aad mbsa t ike. Upoia'. Ialite wod tat las orsjrm' ipm-. withama- 4 N9d ; MIaMN heopastp, at di for ] So mI- aw bboni - i mmtwee td t" ao law " Jamabie aw ewblsb Wt I7 r at hab& sad I"&lI AN am; Isot bae wade, Oak" I ) frm'abbi arue nt .prwth easls tljprwapu IM ofSb. 1a4 but Im h oth ao"itawth toIm a whbt r iSk to the tmnt h tloarId low~4 aL hr hist, attrsptn i tomtdf skp ele "boorboal. ' i Why isuwal " tlmsublb. 1 of ;or t, eatmm dthpyra. I. merislbub porptw nutto redalz ei tisisrakad ethh Ihrn path bath ofds tb.'t~ttore; h agtiates *"ft upon wbfob I od int has biis' p)~.lr d, saLd passed~ 1Crý w all 'taor br hispeon- I l mm all buhsmb, hithetrto -a tb.ýisl gooh t '1 Uý wiserha Judgmmtr .ami al01,2: trahei with ISimS that .m tho aeS .thea m ko tai the "a * lmt grwlens, Q~~ letbe libersod bum i mb toad to tbus. ,1Mdlaa1S.ala hb ,blt AL . in e ft u a i~jls* Ott 4~itr & t~L rjtt~j :1 t..lr phewS~L~' , "ý 'rPV y i~b Ss herndIa, tb. ". It, U I1 1M t, guam that thous a IhhiN poIetbodUIn heir i3M uwh Ink ~ i judgmn .s aIoat of alt; they dependl M Mot to pot~d ~oleaat the. btslais.tr lad m*4h $usth btarflm U<i " #c ,,ne ;an "- W'md gulm S r dameL'7m of smS .ae h prr - + t3 kllI(I · tLat all were actuated by a couseal tousn"i s o duty we lyl falc e bellevo. la"lIatfoa at 1 of the sqislod tsab somewhat .l order toivd. fna U Wues& uhlo, al wobhich nesearly prevented a fll snd h+eadl dYaSoosl - o -the- uep tl main roe b' t-we 1fai*t * tol-' ail whersla 'ashr**b ebueot of the _i or te lIabedlase aht of rhe peo- a we wa` '' tbe'oona depend, to a rpat measure` upon a Dsthbot a supr macyr the & op pto$qlp PIsiJ4abl aCltest. lat , GUat'wlIl be t" Bepublion oeml. I oei tere is ao doubt la our nd. b Hs opponent, to as nmbg dol, must be a trieand true stqna, aj asm alalanred to heal the dIrrati withio the party and bhng tbi support of tour astoi ~clre the patriottomasses, no stter15 Wha their poUlial belleL It is reasoaed his to suppose that the leelalo of Grant at Chloago will estrage many wellmeanslo g BepubilM as b o areloth t troust the asMhy .i t Republio for four years bto o ,.hi imperialistic tendencles. To Insure a Democratic victory, a however, the party mss be sUl. harmonious, and Imbued with i ft a appreolation of the lnterests atst Beettodl se pus moust be buried ad deep that the hand of rerreotlod a will never reach them, and tbihgreat questions which relate to thalibert a ties of the people and the ptosperlit . of the entire country must be digyal " fled and held paramount to.all othe oonslderatlons. There mat be no o wrangling over the dead. puat; oi mustprepare, Crusader llhe, to lest the living future. HarUoTy will in. srasuoesm; discord isu s en t d b -la dtest. Our o' n State must show dn a ample of the course we heremap I out, sd to do so effectively he :dlt C put her own house in ordej. --"ON tt who woulden fon t ltrm pt~ .t - asid 'Bygones should be by "ei. dtghese shuil .be supeo .mlltl.Pul the proper thotlveu s1 billot should theem be aout tr d the a e available e-edlats a gardles of previous pdeliastoa fortbid e who will most truly repti sent the setlments of the peope and be elected. Should disoo roule the convention, as it did In 186, die aster and defeat sure tb follow. Let LouIsianians see to It that they share not In the responsiblity. I. The les lath e ed lhe . Tp a l ths s'to 'a ;t p a n s bedll leath eet on e tire yer o j e bso brelmpostanea toitheps e epwOlessCfthsmtlobe g b i Inwh the eutire pe oplmevo - le aptae in d rmhas ma v tally Igoteested I. Ia" IWehave beomw,-s a pti as ulenc, fa taFll n sispnaa hef..mPthr..nequ.micm.katm aeyass e oslmseserhut nglt. AillsIo;Nm thea tal (thest ledt mse headed Msliodosalh cydl dui m kep hind thaguti,( whehpinmiste mlltyof*i 3. e sartlm ta~y* SSUd b~ro 9 I eiiroS 1 t he 3hdo us~I ta I lag mamucstyr, t1 he kee yewar. thmbaol tldosin ~l.r a*.1a1-·ii r~~rj 4'.S~u) Ni btj'aF~~i~~ii~~ii~ii~ ~ 1ta~~ia IL *lr I'15P-~ The foregwtoi I as it s th ew N 1 York anouscm What Newbury. I p bort h loe. Ud 1s dolngLl s .le Iwhat Nw Orleans mu.o before. iý s ever attain to any i doNat en re of prosperity. We w her are many persons in this city who will O this who Imnulse that inre othisg .na bTwl or I commerala way worthy of ooldera* , flo utade of tWoo Iftorage a ma Wbr dotero .o e a mate those lnterests. The cotton predigoa of C t e Boath, sad te I loton of the Mad ab, P 4 dout the gre~at stru li or commee, but Mobile te or even Bareveport are abuaod lobet do t Io 1t U oror toerge-blanesu of New Orleans-all itdose now, or an everope to do ad to tlilrpropotl nOrlns r s wold e Cdele I U the pl* be restrilted to cotton utoge ad mosey changing. live minutes con. ass te be.eBle it uht to t a orable psition fough idaltIp g sand mar. I The o e eotlnst mllse of NewbDu ot mathe r atbe iv more money do the faters of ew Oless outofI h mllio a bhaltbales that passe tbbQIL er lhands. -But there is omany mills more than eist at ewbry, and every bale of would consume would lIeseaitis y tea te imes as much mome piIs now realised on the easte queilty through simple fac tomesa Ia, notber column we publish an entItled "A Dirt Beast," and we hope that we have lothed our thoughts in l anguge that will not oenn d*most modest ears. There are odmlns who most be exposed apduottmethat should be held u to the publc se In all of their naked er Itis, and the duty of the true qralat is to expose the onansda e she other. Wishnl g ilso to give warin to other coa munlties that this buman monster was rsmin at large, we have felst It to be our duty to speak out In plaa teraml and4te havedone so.-iMarks* vlle Blletin, May 1. The "beast" alluded to is the rev. i. E., Oi, pastor of. the Catholc Church 'I Marksiille. Charges of the. mast disgwtiog and buenlos .heair"e1lte breught against th i ei simmu !e to: di 1M pes. Iaol .be!a lieto, that he does q l se the ra eile deom lty with his ue Th viper, who '` et rveýr of.heravn Htoissue for dl I! " lb lt.moh 4i dis*. oshple sIture, about 6 ysesm old., and aaentap.ept. W m;y U~ake eethes a1ibsro hmla ias r next. ldn," by A u 'dn . The nuiber for June closes bril. lastly the seventh volume of thbls de eervely popular periodical. It Is ssenadsllp faily maga"e, aad bshoul t d bLo In every household, for the eotea sencarcely ail to . ,ern..e.e b Da lusace. The tbag s; igartlee Tihe Ore pol.ld a b b v. Da nil Ed. iruilon. (Iis prto(seyliltmstrtel. Almong the other prominent artleles m: "puth 0c atom of th Oriet,', by iv. Mlr Noughton; "Ilterary ?qpusbMdsgec.rm* by Jame. hhw "Igatlm Loolr." by AD. "Ahasue. se', panim+4 ate. Me In temulam *lslea, . Iihe Mail pm,,s ems genemily emdlmagity Ity; or, The. VIsI " I leisateo; *Dlaebenebo: A Legend o theq 31hi!e." b Allstn Ketve; "h.e umnaemon .by 3lee'ile Kirk:"B a ndoon" su a hestil pece mleo. "W~yhyaopld I •ee"by thebl "ns s diatmuebry 'edial. the anam asntnln sM uitto pa. garse nebtl 1,0 iluettlne The co ,B*eewapi ;Cto theeom g entlemen j. men- · AN InTIBB TOWN DBITImr TB BT , PIll. A Warming id Our People. On the nalht of the 14th nst., the. town of Milton. Pa., was destroyed by fre. Th eoseoe on the 1lth was beyond deicrlon. Nothlol remaine aoept the b and desolated rn. lol r aonce prosperours town. The people spent last nlarbt oin bo s that werleft,m amel : the rail works and plainmilL The ends namum: ber of btldlng destroyed waes 6s andool to ploac of buslness W* eoped eetro The vault anad books of the were uuilJured The peope of the town are slmoet etilrel- desitte. Provibeons have bee pouring In from 'the surround. laog country. The body of £ atrange man who was burned last night was Identifiedl this morning as Mr. Agr e was years old and nas atoI - itO to o ave the stablo ef the po I bhoe; M l. ybl died durling th nlght frrom rlh, I 'h re oing-* tea from pk from the saw mill attached to the oar works. This should be a wuaiung to our people. There were two re alarms within the past week which might have proved disastrous but for the promptitude of our itlaens in tsar. lag doir the ignited portions, and the fums that the wand was almost at a stand still. Had th fires broken out at night, the most disastrous on. sequences mbight have ensued. How loan will it be before we have some protection from the devouring ele. ment la the shape of a Am oenglne There is not another town of its lse in the State so destitate. We hope suplneness will give way to progress, In tbhis respect, at least. ,. A Pleeslag Inulelnt. A remarkable tale, calling to mind the miraulous omes of old, is told of am ooouorree la the (huroh of the Advent, Boston. If happened on Easter Sunday that, as the priest p. proaohed the altar to begin the high celebration a dove eame down from the roof tluugh whlob the lght shone upond. th, altar, and Aoing through the church, lighted upon the baldachino and rested there 1uletly during the etire service. hoir of voltes, .with an or. gan and orhestra, was directly be. I eath the bird, but it reailned rest. log during the hour and a hall of the obdral asrv ce. Plally as the aM~ e 4. lqnsow Sl, those dsi~s",xg, nowr oeut Thou Thy servant d mepart n .ec"-.1 e thremu l the d . ~lb a t u ow the service, the spead its arose sda around -rrd I ti sl . slpret, W And we Wd hs d s, He feome he had ttam sesmi painet, From her sweet emantemauce to his. An nldian irlwho was suddenly kisegd at party has become inasne. buc tthia shoud be talked over a Swhole w befehand. ~tw ~aorntisna~ts YI~I C I~TRO011 THM~B WAITED@ sidmt MaUima e s..d Sawl MacIr.. Apps to the haler hAgree, Fn a. ate, mwr Ldahyetts. may IS-tL LEON EERIE & coo Natohitoohes Lit.. HMe. hand a largo imedmuat of BUGGIES.' BACKS. BADOUOHEU AND WAGONS. whih he will an at iees ma8heu PIIOM liwesklOfL DUGGINIW Mu ofM lathem mammateme adi wawaade dkM kn t MOM In ow rukrt, can 'rie. efo odeieehug tam, New Oes. &.. aY 1-ly e OWAS PEAwS!b A Wrnc H~PZw~ to ~~) MIS J. P. CAMPBELL, Vmee luet-iad 8t. Doals street.. V. ]m . . O~l~lI W.Pa O a sums ft. Decumeit dIAT EITOODIN. LA, iurrlR ICthalU I wnll o.rl m BeY iru theu f tb wlior t as vestesd bff as ediru4e faIt R P" J of tb PuiJ of leoitoebea, psr $o t1, last and bigbst bidder O TEhursday. Juea led. 1110 at idolosk Y at the Cosut HeO door i. the iauiI of Nathblteehu, hior Oma ltrd S ad.cic hear, hiai N On osay atq hndumid asft ir Ow-b DYrus .1, baIIboo, PIso 0.. -aiw by Shut.. N. ata. edhysM oudlaaaeo bt Ho.ChaLr l Lem, Jutice of the Ward 1. Ti srad Comiltlosm of Bala: Ca sh do th pot. JAMES T. KING. May U-S. Coampobs Ward 1. Att loo Mambass PhUsh Nuoe .ttn Ooa Ototat o Ph UI b$ oftri.Coait i wfi* rrgaaeed isasoisNatoli. I/oeitoohs, w ,Jm 4 o"dwk -A. I. ~ovr Si d Ph~PinII 1u1~.S. tee th I-*.iet eked , a ushper t the " eatt~alll"aiee roie laotea Bs ~- -t w Bý ee ir " ý.th i :is flS C. MOJSZ, *Th "iOft gam "s s oepews tho = LL. L Z:I. nomL LoeL ,A 3J.3t.Weavor. ,L.Ie. a" AhUA' .210 m,3U ·E -·. .-L * L INhhti,C4Ru. if' IrO.esr~htu tr Orltans Mwttsertis . A. PZASSAW 00., . COTTON FACTOBS -AND COMMISSION IIEOHANTSI No Ias Grader 8t., B. P. A AT, New Orleas. Speri:i Agent. May 9-4m. -. . saun gO N. 49 CAMP STREET. NEW ORLEANS, LA. We applnd a lew pricers: THE AMERICAN CHINA DINNER, IIREAKFAST AND TEA 8ETS, ooem prihing 160 pieces, for $15. A REAL FRENCH CHINA DINNER SET, 115 plece, for 0. EuaGLISH 8TONE CHINA DINNBERI - TS0,i 194 pieces, for $12. ENGLISH STONE CHINA CHAMBER SETS, compriingl 10 pieae, fobr $ 60. DECORATED CHAMBER 8ETS, with different colored bands, 10 pieces, for 45 0. GLASS GOBLETS, from 0 enuts to $1 per dozen, Paiclar attention iven to Novel. W. C. IIBEPHRD A CO. April 94, 188.-19m. 3a.. iwUailY 108 CANAL STRET. A large aseortment of' IENS. BOYS SEASONABLE OL*TOITIG. SarIBS a& FURNISHING 000GDS, always on bad. Clothing made teoesr Samples et goods and reles fur selt mas aremant sent on appliestion. Prsas low as ayaintieet. oods guaranteed Ire edu. 109 Canal St.,. NEW ORLEANS. April -34. W. H. Emr h.. Wholesale rneer -AND- E1IMIiON DI 1i11, 48 CAAL R 61 (asse0 s, E-W OLUBMS, LA. Printer8' War hel 18s Nevrats sUkr, * AO* , mp h. t. a NaW oa3atta. c. IUEAIEk 111 CANL SREEB. 111 -aw oanreas. Duhml hanus o Agents. Apil 5a5-.. FICS TO SCfI Iti hilL All Grados and Styles at the lowest Prices. F. NEWTAJ4 h *b. s-.. TATIONER PRINTE, mITIINIRIAif -AND-rn 8S Camp St, P.O. BOx I8. MnIu.IlUEI FANPtI n00,r Pe easP.ia w O NawBIs G.u eYnerdipio) sInv '6 * b. A P@l#inm. ia~pr.i iii4 h taukaýmmI.umuum. Yo.. CAL. IMw. £ SIUIAZIW.t JUIDICIAV " YE T 7:iCFL -0-7- Paria Garrs. ; `` Lam,!~ BY victpo ot~u· wri piCY a unt.eit. an s dhms., sad will otorci.m *ht blibhus b144w at tiae jj Riem iS the city min toob-.. on :.`i . " 4: with eli the ulth nday Tw~o o e lo b and ~thaa mmdIemi~lnw dwoom and town mofm H ` bayng aaothoar~g e[ l~ on River shos mouthe fby lot sm ll nd_ lo of tlet~rer ins lna w Aid lot,'i~rl So two lat die . Phase' , ~m.a Ld sO~rysi by hubo dbhma to Cha.rlt. Lro Is g, Ala. Cs) catu1 a.mw o by aid BDm11 too uhmlesi May 1.ga4'° iM . We ude J03 ml3 11 an by a;dd BOUBr~'~ aert hsJmawot be W tI. Dietrit Court Paria at'' Stter of dmulale s imabin `LEM ma 1 - 7Ma " G I. W k ' I.s o H.H ll, ltc r 1w for he am TP o ta fith kil lw. Flf l.m C~ :R' W. C." Dali, harsh Yo.., VJ.arýmginet, Iý J A. Doeiaale WC. A.. ..l:i. oW. C; DAL Nilary Ihas, ý IA W.1. Keyh SPNorbeC rt m obil , , "z'r l A. O ýab Wi T. R, m Elkrelk J···················d~ ~ *1 ~ a y~r4r: Wa, . f~ Dim.~L W..armac lf tlrue ad ernst ¶L~·hLc . Win, Cleu~k~~la: ·8ll hk;istwsns d · Nw. trbb~r d .iiL v I daaem~lmaS& o th by ob m* ·ti 'rZL . Oeshosheqsk May 645.rwdkc- * .·.