Prominent Lawyer Horse*
whipped on Canal Street.
It all Comes from a Brief, and was
The generous sunlight oeme down, flooding
<Janel street in one see of glory, and the side
■walks were orowded with pedestrians all in
46nt upon their business. Tyler's clock
wtraok the hour of 11, when, from the Darcy
«orner of Canal street. Hr. J. B. Aloee Gau
dhreanx stepped across the latter street, and
drawing a heavy horsewhip oommenoed to
belabor a well-known lawyer here, across the
iiead and shonlders.
As the first blow descended, the lawyer __
claimed, " My God, what's this ?" and doub
ding himself up he ran into the doorway of
6 8tarted n P ®tairs, closely fol
t y M .w G , ftatbrei11x * At a Point some
tb f la,r y er tarne d and threw some
of. W v b00 j 8 at £ 18 ca *iiK*tor, and then kicked
if ft .° kWardg ' aU tho whUe the Wo» 8 tailin g
A friend who was accompanying the lawyer
*o court, asked Mr. Gauthreaux to desist, and
T.v 0 ®?*® 4 his bloW8 ' saying betöre leaving
ion re twice as big a man as I am. Come
•dawn those stairs. I will teach you who to
» perjurer in court again."
„friends then led Mr. Ganthreaux away,
jihe punishment received by the lawyer must
Slave been very severe, for the whip was ot
meavy raw hide and fully an inch in thick
The crowd had hardly time to gather before
Mr. Gauthreaux's friends had escorted him
away, and the affair was over in two minutes.
As both parties are known here, the ren
contre produoed considerable exoitement
■when it became known.
The difficulty grew out of a law suit in
'Which the lawyer was counsel for the prose
cution and Mr. Gauthreaux a witness for the
The brief written by the lawyer in the case
contained reflections upon Mr. Gauthretux ot
the severest and most damaging character,
and smarting under a sense of the injury in
flicted upon him, he determined to infliot
summary punishment upon the lawyer.
AMU SEMEM is.
The Vabixtiks Theater.—" Was She Eight"
was repeated last evening at this theater to a
very fine audience, and with the same success
that characterized its first representation. The
earns bill is announced for the matinee to
day, and for the evening performance.
The St. Chasles Theater —Miss Addaras
end Mr. Keen repeated their sensa'ioral
Character drama of the " Cat Glove" last
evening at this theater, to an average andience.
Prof. Pepper will give a special matinee at
this theater to-day, and will illustrate his
theory of "Light and Optics." The professor
will donbtless give a very agreeable entertain
ment, and we hope he will have a large audi
ence. The "Cat Glove" willjbe repeated in
Academy of Music— There was a large and
fashionable audience last night to greet the
seemingly impossible feats of the Japanese
troupe. The Prince of Tismah, the leading
jnggler, was astonishing as were the curious
feat» ot the others ot the tronpe. Gangero,
wjio was highly regarded in his native ooun
jkp, elicited applause at his perfect command
3i muscle, and Que Taro, the boneless boy,
made the ladies nervous, lest he might not be
able to unravel himself. To-day there will be
a Japanese matinee at noon.
Nexc week Kelly ft Lion's oompsny of
micstrpls, bnrleequers and Opera Bouffe
singers, commence a short engagement at this
bouse. They are celebrated and will draw.
French Comedy Company— Mr. Amedeo
Veiiut, of the French Company, at present
performing at the Opera Honse, occupies the
position ot leading juvenil« man in the tronpe.
Though yet quite a young man he has attained
a prominent place in his profession. He is
just entering his thirtieth year, and of that
time he has spent twelve years on the stage.
He has been a member of most of the leading
provincial om panics of France, and he has
performed in Italy, Austria, Germany and
Belgium. His last engagement previous to
his coming to Amerioa was in the theater of
Brussels, where he remained six seasons, and
where, it is said, he became a great favorite
with the public.
His performance of Maurice, in " Nos
Intimes," wits very successful ; it evidenced
marked ability, and won great applause.
There is little donbt that on Saturday
evening, when he takes his benefit, the Op
era House will, be orowded with hie ad
mirers. "La Maitresse Legitime" has
been chosan for the occasion. It is a
very attractive comedy. It is the latest
Parisian sensation, and is said to be not only
a work ot great depth of feeling and study,
bat one of unusual literary merit Madame
Juliette Clarence plays the leading female
role and the cast includes all the principal
members of the company.
• Dr. Von Bulow.— We were pleased to see
quite a lurge audience present last evening at
Grünewald Hall to welcome the famous
pianist whose name heads this article, and we
must say that we have never seen an audience
who seemed so heartily to enter into the spirit
of the performance or pay more respectful
attention-to the efforts of the artist.
Dr. Von Bulow is a perfect master of his
instrument. The music Le elicits from it
seems but an echo of his own feelings, or a
reflex of the author's thoughts,, so perfectly
.sympathetic and full of soul is it
Ho is evidently a lover of his art, and
woes it in |mch an impassioned and enthusi
astic manner that it seems no wonder the
response is so lull of the wealth of poesy or
the brilliancy of passion. Hardly any lis
tener, even the ooldest, can fail to follow him
in his interpretation of' the beautiful and
:noble in the selections ho performs, and the
almost reverential silence which obtained
throughout the audienoe daring his perform
ance of a morceau, and the continued and
hearty aprlause which invariably followed his
every effort, were them os' emphatio evidences
of the pure delight experienced by all who
were pro ent last evening.
He possesses a delicacy of toneb, and a fin
ish of expression, which are almost marvelous;
! -and whether he interprets the tender pathos
of Chopin, the dashing brillianoy of Liszt, or
I the statuesque beauty of Mendelssohn, ho ao
-complishes his ta-k so thoroughly and per
| fectly as to satisfy the most exacting musical
I critics of his entire scholarship and his per
Dr. Von Bnlow has been very happy in his
Bleotion of a vooilist to aid him in his on
IterUinments. Miss Lizzie Cronyn is a sopra
Lbo of remarkable ability. Her notes are
Ibeantifnlly dear and sonorous, and her artic
ilation remarkably distinct She sings with
an ease which, considering the range she
compasses, is remarkable, and her effectuai
disguise of all art, is the best evidence of
lier high vocal atiainments.
Each of her renditions were loudly encored,
ud her last one—"Thon'rt Like Unto a
lower"_won for her a persistent recall,
vhioh needed a repetition of the selection to,
'first conoert was in vmj respect a I
brilliant sucoess, and it is now certain that
ine musical dilettanti of New Orleans have
had provided for their pleasure a perfect feast
or enjoyment, and it is earnestly hoped that
18 n °f a lover of music in our ci'y who
will fail to avail themselves of this splendid
0p £? rtucit y ot gwifying their taste.
. ■'■he second conoert will be given this even
ing, and a programme of rare excellence has
been arranged for the ocoasion. The general
admission has been fixed at $1, with an extra
charge for reserved seats. The pianos used
at these concerts are the famous Ghickering
Grant is sure to get the splash of the mud
dy, dirty water all over him when anything
strikes near the White House:
Messrs. Shipman, Barlow, Larroque and
McFarland have declined all further connec
tion with the suits instituted against Trenor
W. Park and others for damages for fraud in
the sale of the Emma Mine, in consequence
of an insinuition by the directors that there
might possibly be some arrangement between
them and Park and Grant. They offer to
submit their conduct of the case to the arbi
tration of Chief Justice Waite, Charles
O'Conor, or W. M. Evarts, and to refund all
fees if either of these gentlemen decides that
it has been either oensurable or doubtfnL—
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A GRAND CALICO BALL,
To be given by
1UAD FERRY STEAM FIRE CO. NO. 12
AT ST. PATRICK'S HALL,
On Saturday Evening .11 arch 4, 1876.
Committee of Arrangements.
J. Lynch. Chaitman, W. Baker,
J. K Pniiips, P. Farrell, P. Mealy.
Applications for ladies' invitations to be left at en
gine-house. Tickets ONE DOLLAR. _Film
GRAND MILITARY, MASK, DRESS AND
FANCY DRESS BALL,
For the Beneft of
COMPANY A, CONTINENTAL GUARDS,
Will be given at
ST. PATRICK'S HALL,
On Camp street, opposite Lafayette Square,
Èveni g ot the 22d of February Next,
The One Hundred and Forty-Fonrth Anniversary of
the Birth of
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS:
John G. Fleming. Chairman.
Win. Pierce, E. F. Peril!« ux,
G L Hall B. H. Watkins,
Alex. McNeil, E. Blessey.
Clement L. Walker, Chairman.
Samnd M. Todd,
John 14. Leele,
Col. A. W. Bosworfh,
Hon. John Livingston,
Thos. F. Hedges,
Geo. R. Finlay.
P. M Baker,
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Applications for ladies'invitations may be left at
the store of E. A. Tyler, Esq., J15 Canal street, or at
the store tf John G. Fleming, Esq., Secietary of the
Association, at 144 Poydraa street, or through Post
Oflice Box 2686.
By order of T. W. BOTHICK,
President Continental Benev. Ass'n.
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AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL
Office of the General Superintendent,
No. 80 CAMP STREET,
SEALED PROPOSALS will he rece'vfd at this
Offioe until FRIDAY, February 18, at 3 o'clock.
M., for the following PRIVILEGES at the FAIR
GROUNDS daring the Southern Slates Agricul
tural and Industrial Exposition :
I. For the BAR-ROOM ander the Racing Stand,
known as the Quarter Stretch Bar-Room.
Also, for FIVE BAR-ROOMS, in varions locations
on the Grounds, to be located at the discretion of the
n. For FOUR RESTAURANTS, to be located at
the discretion of the Committee.
1IL For FOUR SODA and CAKE STANDS, to
be located at the discretion of the Committee.
IV. For FOUR FRUIT STANDS, to he located
at the discretion of the Committee.
V. For FOUR CANDY STANDS, to be located
at the discretion of the Committee.
VI For the HORSE STAND, at the Grand
Proposals will be received for any single privilege
or for all.
Proposals must be made in sealed envelopes,
marked " Proposals for Privileges," and addressed
to the " Executive Committ e," aud mast be handed
into the Office of the General Superintendent, before
o'clock, P. M., on FRIDAY, February 18.
The Committee recerve the right to reject any and
FX2 General Superintendent.
HANS TON BUL0W,
Assisted by the j onng and favorite soprano
MISS LIZZIE CRONYN.
VON BULOW will play Handel Prelade and Fague
in F minor; Chaconne in F major. Beethoven
Moonligfci Sonata. Sc .rlatti Cat's Fugue. Bach
Saraband and Passe-pied. Gluck Gavotte ballet
"Don Joan." Mozart menuet and gigue. Schn
bert Impromptu. Ave Maria, Va se caprice.
Lisst Recordanza and Rhapsodie Hongroise No.
FRIDAY, FEB. 18 —.........3d CONCERT.
MATINEE, SATURDAY, FEB. 19.
Change of programme each concert.
RESERVED SEATS TWO DOLLARS.
Seats for sale TO-DAY. at GronewahTs Mnaiu
Store, also, Elie's Music More, where pro
grammes can be had. Ghickering pianos are
used b y Von B nlow. F16 It
jyjBS. CHANFRAU'S VARIETIES THEATER
MRS. HENRIETTA CHANFRAU
In C. W. Taylenre'a successful new comedy-drama,
Monday, Feb. 14,
•• WAS SHE RIGHT t
A Question for
WIVES AND MOTHERS."
Thursday Fridav and Saturday nghts. M . Tay
leure's adaptation of Char'es R-ad 's CHRIS
TIE JOHNSTONE, wi-h thiili-g ined-nt
of the LIFEBjAT RESCUE. New tcenery
a. d effect- by Dresse'.
SPECIAL MBS. CHANFRAU MATINEE Thurs
day, Feb. 24.—[No e venin 7 performance that
dsy.J Snecial TWO ORPHANS MATINEE
Monday Noon, Feb. 28.
Matinee—Reserved seats only fifty cents.
F13 tf ______
DID WELL'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
D 94 St Charles street.
Sunday, February 6, 1876,
First Appearance of the Young and Gifted Cemedi
As CUSH; or, THE HEART OF GOLD.
THUKSDAY. FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAT!
NEE—F G. Marsden's Romantic Indian Drama,
HAZEL EYE. Miss Rena as the T'apperGirl.
FRIDAY, Feb. 11—Benefit of Miss RENA.
SUNDAY, Feb. 13— THE
JT. CHARLES THEATER—
Comer of Baronne and Perdido street*.
Marsh Adams..........Business and Stage Manager.
MORE NfcW STARS!
First week of Miss BLANCH tS SELWYN.
Fir t week of Miss JENNIE SOUTHERN.
First week of Mr. BEN G IE FOIL.
First week of Miss MOLLIE SOMMERS.
First week of Mr. JAMES WELCH.
First week of Miss MAUD LEMOINE.
First week of Mr. JOHN SMITH.
First week of REDMOND and DEVORE.
First week of THE FK MAL-. SEKENADERS.
ALL THE OLD FAVORITES IN NEW SPE
Grand success of ihe Parisian
During the CAN-CAN thsre will be introduced by
the company the AFRICAN CLODOCHE QUA
'RAND OPERATIC GEM AND BALLAD
GRUNEWAL HALL, Feb. 23tb, at 8 P. HI.
A Magnificent Programme to be rer dered by
Prof. VAN HUFFLEN, firmerlv of Grand Opera,
Prof. C. H. GRUNEBEKG.
Miss Kate Thayer, Mrs. C. V. B. Misses Bruenn,
ana C and M. and T. Gruneberg,
Messrs. Bruenn and C. VanBenthuysen.
yiGTOKIA C. WOODHULL
Wiil Deliver her Great and Startling
AT ST. PATRICK'S HALL,
Next Snuday Evening, February 20. 1876.
Doors open at 7 o'clock ; services to commence at 8.
[ Corlothl ns. III Cnapter, 16tli and 17th
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that the Spirit of God dwdlelh in you."
" If any man defile the temple of God, him shall God
destroy, for the temple of God is holy, which tem
ple ye are."
Admission 81. No extra charge for reserved seats.
The s le of tickets will commence Wednesday,
February 16. Fl6 5t
"Il T ECHAN ICS FIRE COMPANY No. 6,
III. —Give a grand—
Fancy Dress. Masquerade >«nd Calico Ball,
AT ODD FELLOWS HALL,
On Saturday Eve-log. Feb. 26, 1876.
Admission—1-2, and each ti ket entitles ths holder
to a chance for the prize of one of ScoulOi's FINEST
Ladies' invitations can be obtained at the engine
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ENGAGEMENT FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
of the Dialect and Specialty Artistes
SaLLIE ADDAMS and JULE KEEN.
Mom.ay Eveolnu, Feb a ary 14, and until
The new specialty Drama,
THE CUT GLOVF.
New Sorgs, Dances, Instrumental Solos, etc.
FRIDAY—Bei-edtof SALLIE ADDAMS and JULE
SATURDAY—KEEN and ADDAMS Matinee.
WEDNESDAY—Special Matinee at Noon—PROF.
PEPPER will lectnre ou Optics aud Optical U
SATURDAY EVENING—Benefit of Mr. P. GLEA
MONDAY, February 21—Mr. EDWIN ADAMS.
Twent*-First Annual Mardi Gras Ball, Feb.
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| modation____10 P. M.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars through to St. Louis,
Chicago, Louisville and Cincinnati
Only one change of «leeping cars to Eastern cities.
Tickets f r sale and information given at 28 Camp
str.et, corner Common.
A. D SHELDON, Agent.
E. D. FROST General Manager. ap!2
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
|yEW ORLEANS SAVINGS INSTITUTION
136 Canal street.
D. UKQUHART. President:
THOS. A. ADAM-*. First Vice President;
THOS. A. CLAKRE. Second Vice President:
CH*S. J LEEDS, Third Vice "President;
C. KILSHAW, Treasurer.
Thos A. Adams,
Thomas A. Clarke,
C. J Leeds,
S. Jami on,
E. A. Palfrey,
J. G. Gaines,
T. L. Bayne,
CO PAKTIN EKSHIP8.
COPARTNERSHIP — THE UNDERSIGNED
VV have this day entered into a copartnership, under
the firm name of SELLE & MALOCH tE, for the
nrposeof conducting the AUCTION and GENERAL
tEAL ESTATE BUSINESS. Office No. 50 Royal
street. ARMAND SELLE,
PIERRE MALOCH *E.
New Orleans, Febmary 5, 1876. _ F5 lm
Lyon's Cod Liver Oil
1.ACTO PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
This article has the indorsement of the Medical
Faculty, and is in many respects superior to any
other preparations of Cod Liver Oil. It is not un
pleasant to the taste, and agi ees with the most deli
cate stomachs. In cases of SCROFULA, CON
SUMPTION, COUGnS, COLDS, DEBILITY and
WASTING AWAY, in ADULTS or CHILDREN,
it is invaloable.
For sale by all Druggists.
L L. LYONS, Proprietor,
Corner Camn and Gravier sts.
r 4> AM
ST. BERNARD COAL CO.,
ff, 8. CAMPBELL) Agent, New Oneans.
22 CARONDELET STREET.
4 DELTA STREET (over E. Conery A Son's).
AT WHOLESALE AND BET AIK
Planters, Steamships, Steamboats and Families
«applied at LOWEST MARKET KATES.
Particular attention given to the supply of fnel by
contract lor steam purposes ■within city limits.
Memphis, Tenn. Month of "Whits Rivtr.
Tunica New Orissas.
419 75 tat ItHff
COMMERCIAL AND CLASSICAL ACADEMY
247 St. Charb s street.
Day and Night School. ROBERT M. LUSHER
All the English branches, with the high» Mathe
matics and the Natural Sciences, and Modern and
Ancient Languages thoroughly taught Hours for
boys: 9 A. M, to 3 P M., and 6'i to 9 P. M. Classes
Fr ' nctl ? n< > L*tin. for yonng ladies, from 3 to 4 P.
M j a2 ^jj circ ulais, etc., apply "at tue Academy.
NJOTJCE TO PARENTS AND OTHER OIT1
Peabody Primary aod Grammar School,
247 St Charles street, opposite Tivoli Circle
This Monel School for the methodical instruct ! ob
of Bo , a and Gi»ls, respectively, betwtim 8 and 19
years of age, under the direction of a competent and
N. B —Respectable children, who have been im
perfectly instructed in crowded Primary Depart
ments of public schools, or who n»n not, tor any rna
so ■, enter those schools, are INVITED to attend
this Monel School; and their parents, and others fa
TOriMtbii movement are r quested to confer with
the Principal, or witn the undersigned, between 9
and 19 A. M., on any day of the we«k.
, . . „ KOBT. M. LUSHES,
Agent of the Pea) ody Educational Fund, and State
le jure of Pnblio Education, Lon*
New Orleans, t, pt 14, 1875.
131............Osr m dilw Street.........131
Isopen the ENTIRE YEAR from 8 A. M to 9P.
M. Students who desire it can hoard at the College,
Penmanship, Book-keeping, Mathematics, all the
ordinary English branches and the ancient and mod.
DOIaBEAR COMMER CIAL
30 3........ .....Canal Street--------------- sa
A thorough Commercial Education Gnaiarteed.
For teems, address LEVI DOLBXAR, Pres'dt.
1*9 iv _903 Canal street tblid floor.
New Orleans Dental College,
Corner of Canal end Baronne Streets.
The Ninth Regular Annual Session of this Institu
tion was ooiumenoed o . the 15lh of November and
will continue till the 15th of March, prox., under the
direction of the following able Prsfrss rs vis: WM.
S. CHANDLER D. D. s., J AS S. KNAPP, D. D. 8..
CHAS. E. KELLS, D. D. *.,«J. R WdPLKER, D. D.
S.. ALFRED W. PERRY. M. D., FREDERICK
LOBER. M D. MARTIN VIET, b. D. S„ and A.
F. McLAIN, M. V., D. D. S.
Whilst conducting FREE PUBLIC CLINICS, la
connection with a coarse of iretares, for the purpose
of perfecting its nnp ls in the piactioal departments
of the College, the Faculty have thought proper io
benefit, at the same time, the poor of this city, by
extending a general in Ration to all thorn who have
not the mea s of paying regular fees for dental op
eration«, to apply at the Infirmary, where they cm
have teeth extracted, diseased mouths, eta, treat
ed tree cf charge; and where other operations,
requiring «he use of expensive materials, performed
in the latest and most approved method«, under tho
immediate «nuervision or members of theFaoulty,
for a very Utile, if any more than actnal cost Re
spectable persons neen not hesitate about applying
for dental treatment, as they will be reoeived as
courteously as at the best dental offices in the city.
Clinic hoars are from 9 o'clock A. M. to 12 M.,
every day, Sunday excepted.
A. F. McLAIN. M, O., D. D. S.,
Dean of the Faculty, 167 Canal street, opposite tho
College Hall. d5 su tmh6
Ne. 132 and 134 Camp street.
Next to St. Patrick's Church.
Sells furniture at very low pi ices. Packs, repairs.
Upholsters and Varnishes Furniture in the bask
style. He attends to Packing, Moving and Shipping
Furniture, giving a fall ga.rantee for the faithful
performance of all contracts Seoond-band Furnitur*
purchased and a liberal Cash price paid ; also, Fur
niture taken on storage, and advances made on
same. Courtly orders promptly attended to.
Thanking his patrons an t the public generally fee
their liberal patronage in the past, he would respect
fully solicit their orders for the coming year.
J&ursheedt & Bienvenu,
Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Tablets, b«*«*t.
Cemetei y Railings, and all kinds of Marble Work.
114 and 120 Camp street. _ J*4 ly
Leon Qneyrotue. Oscar (Bot«
QUEYROUZE ft BOIS,
WINES AND LIQUORS, AND ALL KINDS 0 $
At tho Bln* Star*,
Corner Old Lav«* and Bienville streets, New Orisaafi
my93 ly °
70 and 79.........St Charles Street.........70
The best of everything to be (bond in this mark et
and at reasonable prices. Large, airy and pit
rooms np-sta.rs, for the accommodation ot
from Balls and tor Private and Social Dinners
I open both day and night
i RICHARD McCLOSKEY,
» CASPAR - LUSSE,
Nos. 476 and 478 CHARTRES STREET,
Announces to proprietors of Beer-saloons and ta
the publie that having completed Us 1»«^ ap
juntos tar manufacturing
T lager Beer,
heb prepared te sell the same at a lowsr pries tham
any other h om e-a ads article, and of as gssd «wtittp
«* any similar artlei* prodacod in tho Unitad Stolen
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