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ON DIT.
... .The 'Southern Agricultural and Indus
trial Exposition is now open, and a visit to
to th9 Fair Grounds will repay.
.... Remember Rex arrives on Monday.
Be prepared to greet him in the way his state
nnd power demand.
... .The profuse display of the Royal bunt
ing on our principal thoroughfares indicates
how ready and anxious our people are to greet
their beloved King Ii -x, and to made his ar
rival a gala-day in the history of his Kingdom.
____Things were unusually lively around
the Custom-House Saturday morning, and it
soon became evident that there was something
brewing in the political sky. The Collector's
office seemed to Be a centre of attraction, and
Marshal Packard and other leaders were hob
nobbing together over, it is thought, the Kel
logg impeachment At any rate Republican
circles are lively just now.
DE CAR NIT ALIS.
OFFICIAI. BKPORT OF THE LAST PRELIMINARY
MEETING OF THE BOYAL HOST—THE LORD
HIGH CAAMBEBLAIN, EARL MAB8HAL, PBO
YOST MABSHAL AND OTHER HIGH DIGNITARIES
BEAD THEIR REPORTS—EVERY PREPARATION
CONCLUDED — A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY AS
SURED.
W»e final preparatory meeting .of the Royal
Host was held in the great Star Chamber last
night, exactly at 12 o'clock. Nothing remained
to be done except for the Ministers and Courtiers
and Chiefs of Staff to assemble for the purpose
of intei changing reports and hearing in detail
th« arrangements of each department of the
Royal Household.
It was, as usual, an impressive spectacle. The
vast hall, seeming to ha one blaze of radiant
light, throwing out the .graceful columns and the
lofty dome with its fretted frieze and dark green
arch, star-studded in a thousand points of tire, the
innumerable company of strong' and stately fig
ures id suits of glittering mail aud closed helmets,
from which the ong black and crimson plumes
floated gallantly, made up a picture of peculiar
splendor. The Councillors seated themse.ves
with their cus'omary grave solemnity, and, at a
S ven signal, the reports and statements of the
nisters were opened.
LORD HIGH CHAMBERLAIN,
his Grace of Bathurst, announced the arrival of
all save a few of the King's followers, their as
signment to suitable quarters, the cantonment of
their men and the satisfactory state of the com
missariat. According to his estimate, there are
now six hundred and six dukes and peers of the
realm present at the capital with their respective
retainers. Two huudreil more are to arrive on
the royal fleet, and nearly one hundred are ex
pected to-day and to-morrow. The Purveyor's
supplies have been provided on the basis of
eigüt thousand men and fortv-three hundred
horses. All minor details are in complete order,
and all arrangements for the pageant and festiv.
tiee concluded, to the entire satisfaction of the
Lord High Chambei lam.
EARL MARSHAL
Warwick stated, in his brief hudmilitary fashion,
that his armories and magazines were all thor
oughly stocked and overhauled, the men per
fectly drilled, and the chargers thoroughly re
covered from the fatigue of their journey. He
condescended to express lively pleasure at the
success and promise of the affair and to declare,
in tones of detp feeling, that he anticipated with
a joy beyond all words, the gratification of the
King.
THE PROVOST MARSHAL,
speaking for himself and the Lord High Chan
cellor, informed the assembled courtiers that the
acandal of tho Bœuf Gras and reported beef
ring bad been thoroughly sifted, with the resu t
of ascertaining that the 'Assistant Purveyor aud
the Hereditary Bootjack were the only guilty
parties. The noble lords whose names had been
mentioned with the disgraceful affair had shown
their entire innocence aud been honorably re
stored to confidence.
It only remained to state that all ihe pre
limiuarie- of the trial had been agreed on and
that the decapitation of the two miscreants would
take place at daylight, Tuesday morning, in the
presence of the Boyal Host.
This announcement was received with profonnd
satisfaction, the courtiers all professing them
selves delighted to see corruption sternly
punislwd and the purity of the Verene realm
main tuned.
, VARIOUS AND MISCELLANEOUS.
A nndlber of minor statements and reports
were heard after this, all tending to show that the
preparations of the King's reception and enter
tainment were in a high state of perfection ; and,
after some congratulations and greetings, the
dignitaries separated in buoyant spirits and great
good humor. The details of the ceremonies to bo
held on Monday, when the King lands, will be
given in time.
We need only assure the public that these cer
emonial will be conducted on a scale of appro
priate magnificenco; antecedent and introdne
tory as they are, to the great demonstration of
Maral Graa day, when Bex will reveal himself in
all Ma to iwer and glory to the loving peop'e of
this ouatai and to tne thousands who have jour
neyed Dither to witness the impressive spectacle.
• Long liva the King 1
Rev. Dr. Edwards, editor of the Northwestern
' Christian Advocate, of Chicago, is in the city.
We learn by a telegram that L. D. Reavis left
for New Orleans last eveoing, on bis lecturing
tour. __
We are requested to announce that the meet
ing of the Teachers' Association has been post
poned from Sunday, March 4, to Saturday, March
II, at 11 o'clock, A. M. Place of meeting, No. 39
Burgundy street.
Paul Royton.— This well known aqnatic maes
tro gave an exhibition at the Lake End yester
day afternoon, on which occasion be displayed,
aa he has done frequently before, the merits of
his life-saving dress. He caught and cooked fisn,
' shot up signal rockets, and otherwise amused
the large crowd present.
Stangen visiting the city are cordially - invited
to attend the new M. E. Church South, corner
General Taylor street and St. Charles Avenne.
The Rev. Dr. W. E. Munsey, pastor, formerly of
Kast Tennessee, will preach this morning at 11,
and in the evening at 7 o'clock. Cars leave corner
Canal and Baronne streets every few minuter.
Those who are asking where they shall attend
church to-day will do well to notice the invitation
of the Coliseum Place Baptist Church as found
In another oolumn. This church extends a cor
dial welcome to strangers, and as its pews are
free to all, everybody may feel at home there.
Dr. Wilson, Ute new pastor of this growing
aodetv, is smong the most eloquent preachers in
the South.*_
In fooordance with the generous and public
spirited character of their organization, the mem
beta of the Shakespeare Club have resolved to
suspend their rules and throw open the doors of
their rooms during tho Carnival season to stran
gers and invited guests. They have a very ele
gant suite of apartments, located in a central
position, and it exhibits a very kindly disposition
on the part of the members to allow the privi
leges of their Chib Rooms to be enjoyed by others
than thoae who are on their rolls. The clnb has
always ranked among the best of our social and
dramatic organizations, and numbers amoDg its
members seversl gentlemen of rare hisirionic
ability and high social aud political position. It
has mdaed come to be lohked upon as one of our
most faforedaud deservedly popular institutions,
we record with pleasure this additional evi
dence of its kindness and generosity. The rooms
am just over the entrance to the Varieties Thea
ter, and have a capacious gallery in front,
enabling visitors to obtain a fine view of what
ever is passing on the boulevard.
Condensed cotton marking ink, $3 39 per bbl.,
at Frederick*» & Hatte'*.
A.
A
«i^ n, k T t D t V tk>wer P' 106 * »uywhere
else. Dr. J. R. Knapp, 145 Canal street. Call
and examine work and prices.
Tms Week Only.—W ith every dollar's worth
of tea bought at the great tea depot, 5 Camp
Btree.,youwiil receive a handsome tea canister.
The only place to buy dollar corsets for 40
n\ a 5r « .* aD< * a™*« Roods at half price, is
at I . >y E. Michel's, 591 Magazine street, near
the market.
Carriage drivers conveying guests to the ball
of the \. M. B. A., at Grünewald Hail, on Mardi
Gras night, will b9 compelled to observe ëtrict y
the instructions contained in the advertisement
in another column. The visitors must see that
the roles are observed.
Champagne.—M essrs. Paul Gelpit & Bro., 41
Decatur, or Old Levee street, are the sole agents
for Geo. Goulet & Co.'s (Rheims) Champagne,
and have recently received a large invoice of that
justly celebrated wine, to which we tike pleasure
in directing the attention of the trade. Messrs.
Gelpit >v Brother have also a full s-pply of
Rßderer Champagne, Cognac brandies, "tine
white and red wines, raisiné, etc. Bee adver
tnement.
Spring Dry Goods. — Among the great im
porters of dry goods in this citv, none rank
mgler than Messrs. Levois A Jamison, No. 126
Canal street, who have iust received from Eu
rope a large supply or the most fashionable
goods, vizi hosiery, linen and house-furnishing
articles, mourning and black goods, spring
shawls and scarfs for evening wear—all of which
will be offered at remarkably low-prices. See
advertisement.
To Visitors.—W e take pleasure in advising
strangers to pay a visit to the great dry good
establishment of Messrs. M. L. Byrne & Co., 163
Canal street. These popular merchants are
closing out their winter stock at remarkably low
prices; and invite particular attention to their ex
tensive and splendid line of striped silk tissue,
for evening wear, which they are offering at 25
cents per yard, which are worth 60 cents. Be
sure to read the advertisement.
To Countrt Buyers, Etc __Visitors from the
country or other cities would do well to carefully
perure the advertisements of Messrs. Pepin &
Broussard, the we;l known and most popular
Canal street dry goods merchants, corner of
Baronne street. The greater port on of their
truly spleudid stock haviDg been recently pur
chased at sheriff's sale, is consequently offered at
unheard-ol low prices. Be cure to read their ad
vertisements and give them a call.
To Cur Visitors. - It gives us pleasnre to direct
the attention of the visitors of our ci v in tbete
days of hilarity and festivity, to the advertise
ment of Messrs. Braselman & Adams, 586 and 538
Magazine street, the proprietors of the great up
town dry goods emporium. Their great estab
lishment is now filled to overflowing with season
ble goods, just received, which they are offering
for sale at extremely low prices. Messrs. B. A A.
have acquired a reputation for honesty and fair
dealing tnat have made them great favorites with
our citizens. Give them a call.
BREW ADVERT IS EM ENTS.
yyM H. MATTHEWS A BRO.,
Commission Merchants,
71 POYDRAS STREET,
—Have for gale—
1000 150155 C0LE S MILLS flour,
10C0 .. .. Gil Bias
1000 .. Harvest Home
500 .. Black Sea
1500 .. Medium and Low Grades FLOUR
1000 .. K. II. MFAL,
50 .. K. D. GRITS,
50 .. K. D. HOMINY.
500 .. Extra Heavv MESS PORK,
50 casks CLEAR BACON SIDES.
50 .. CL BAR RIB BACO.N SIDES,
25 .. BACON SHOULDERS,
DRY SALT MEATS, LARD, HAMS, Etc.
F27 Bt
Cow Peas—Cow Peas,
QNE CAR LOAD, JUST RECEIVED ON CON
sigument, and for s le by
McMillan & bro.,
F27 It . 109 Poydras street.
Mess Pork, Flour, Meal.
200
BBLS. HEAVY MESS.
200 bbls. FLOUR.
100 bbls. MEAL.
HAY, CORN, OATS and BRAN.
For sale by
McMillan & bro.,
F27 It 109 Poydras s.reet.
Fertilizers.
ÎRUYLÀN GUANC
GYPSUM OR LAND PLASTER,
SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
BONE DUST,
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANA,
In store and for sale by
F27 It
JAMES G. CLARK,
62 Magazine street
M
EDICAL SPECIALTY—
Treatment of all chronic diseases, called incnrabl ;
and of these, the most important are rheumatism,
the eye, ear, lu g». heart, dropsy, urinary, etc., all
cured without operation. Infirmary 205 Can A street,
between Burgundy and Rampart. F27 ll*
Provisions.
Provisions.
50 Casks Louisville BACON, Clear Sides.
25 .. BACON, Clear Rib Sides. •
25 .. Shoulders.
50,000 pounds Dry Salted SIDES, SHOULDERS and
HAMS.
SS0 bbls MESS PORK.
1000 .. FLOUR, various grades.
200 .. CORN MEAL.
25 tes SUGAR CURED HAMS.
500 i oxen STAR CANDLES.
100 bbls WHISKIES, Rye, Bou.bon and Rectified.
In store and for sale by
CUMMINGS * ELMER,
F27 3t 86 Magazine street.
Night Cars.
ST. CHARLES STREET RAILROAD CO.
On MARDI GRAS night the WHITE CARS of
this company will run from Eighth to Elysian Fields
streets vi« Carondelet and Bourbon, and return via
Royal and St. Char es streets, EVERY FIFTEEN
MINUTES after midnight, leaving Exposition Hall
(each entrance) at the quarter hour. Last car down
from Carondelet street entrance at 3 o'clock A. M.
Last car up from St. Cnarles street entrance at 3:45
A. M.
Fare each way, 25 cents. F26 SaSnTn
J. MAJÎDIN CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
And Direct Importers of
Wines, Brandies, Gins, Etc., Etc.,
57 DECATUR STREET,
NEW ORLEANS,
Sole Agents of the Celebrate!
Eugene Clicquot Champagne,
A Wine long a favorite with connoisseurs and good
livers, warranted genuine and of nnequaled sparkle
and flavor.
Also, Sole Agents for the following wines :
CHATEAU BELLEVUE, of P. Salin Fils.
CHATEAU DE FRANCE, of P. Brngera.
GRAVES d'AMBARES, DUCLOS FRERES,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
F6 tmhB
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SPECIAL. iVOTICES.
CENTRAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL,
PROPERTY HOLDERS' UNION.
Regular weekly meeting at Grunawald Hall, on
MOND - Y EVENING, Feb. 28, at 7 o'clock, instead
of Tuesday, as usual.
ARCHIBALD MITCHELL, President.
E. C. Wharton, Sec'y. _F27 it 2 Ip
Office of New Orlenns CDy R «11* end Com
pany No 1-74 Canal street-New Orleans. February
27, 1876 —The c.rs of tb New Orleans City, Can 'l
and Claiborne, < r ta»s and Carrollton Railroads will
run * n MAHDI GRAS NIGH l' until 4 o'clock A. M.
Fare after 12: 5o'clock Twenty-Five Cents. CaTg
through to Carrollton will ruu every half hour after
12 15 o'clock A. M. 127 3t
Battalion Wn-hinaton Artillery — New Or
leans, Feb'itary26. 1876.—The BOARD OF MANA
GERS ale requested to meet at tbeAiseual, SUN
DAY, 27th inst., at 12 o'clock
J. B. WALTON,
F26 F&M Cha rman.
Not ce— A 1 parties having claims ngalnst the
Steau host ' IBERIA," wi 1 please pres nt them lor
adjustment on or before the 4tli March next, to
BREAUX, FENNER A HALL, Attorneys,
F*7 lw 5 Caionile'ei street.
Notice.—Dele, area to the Immigration Con
vention are requ- sted to record their i ames and ret i
denceson arrival a 1 the otlieeof SAllUi L MULLEN
Etq. corner Camp and Natchez streets upstairs.
F26 2t
Special Notice 1 to Bay< u Bartholomew,
D'Arboune and Saline River Shippers—No through
bills of lading will be signed or recognized unless
signed by the President or Agents of the Ouachita
River Transportation Company, and freights shipped
on outside boats will be cbargtd local rates.
F. A. BLANKS,
President Ouachita River Trans. Co,
E. B. CRYER,
Fll tf President Ouachita Tributary Xav. Co
Julius Robert Diffusion Process Company
New Orleans, January 29. 1876.—The annual election
for Seven Directors of this Company, to serve during
the ensuing year, will be held on MONDAY, Feb
ruary 2sth, between the horn s of 11 A. M , and 1 P.
M , at 111 Clavier street, np stabs.
EDWD. D. SEGnERS,
ja3fl F6 13 20 27 _Secretary.
BANK NOTICES. ____
Mechanics' and Trade- s' Bank, New Or
leans, Febru r.v 10, 1876—At a meeting of the Board
of Directors htjd this day, a dividend of FOUR PER
CENT on tho Capital »as declared payable to the
stockho'ders on and after MOND A Y. the 14t's cur
rent. MOSES HARRIS,
Fll lm'f Cashier.
RELIGIOUS.___
Coliseum Place Baptist Church
Corner Camp aud Terpsichore streets,
REV. N. W. WILSON, D. D.,' PASTOR.
A CORDIAL WELCOME TO
Preaching at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
FREE SEATS.
EVER V ONE.
Bible School at 3:30 P. M.
F26 EAM
FIRE DEPARTMENT^
Hall of Trail F rry Steam Fire Engine Com
pany No. 12. — New Orleans, February 26, 1876,—
Special meeting MONDAY, February 28, at 7 o'clock
P. M. Both active aid exowip s will be present, as
business of inqiortance wil. be transacted.
By order: JNO. H. BATSEN,
F273t Sécrétai v,
POLITICAL.
Bulletin Guards—Not Much of n Salit after
all—An adjourned meeting of the Bulletin Guards
will be held MONDAY EVENING, February 28,
at half-past 7 o'clock, at their hall, corner of Dryades
« I Poydras streets.
By order of the Pres dent:
F27 It*_ G. W. WA LSHE, Seere'ary .
LOST-FOUND. _
pOUND — FRIDAY MORNING, A SORREL
colored H0R { E, at the corner of Terpsichore and
From Levee street*. The owner, by proving prop
erty and paying for this advertisement and other ex
penses, can recover the animal on app lication at 88
St. James street. 127 It*
SOUTHERN STATES
AGRICULTURAL
—-AND
INtJUaTRIAIi
EXPOSITION!
PROGRAMME OP RACES
Monday, February 28,
IN HONOR OF HIS MAJESTY,
. --THE—
KING OF THE CARNIYAL.
Trotting Race—Purse $300.
MILE HEATS—BEST THREE IN FIVE,
For horses that have never beaten Three Minutes.
L. B. Fordney enters b. m. EDNEY EARL—3 y. o.
By Clond Mambiino.
John Graham enters g», g. STONEWALL JACK
SON—5 y. o.—By Old Blucher, dam Grey Mountain
Morgan Mare.
G. B. Shawl an enters a. m. BIRDIE,
lingo Redwitz enters b m. LITTLE STAR.
C. Boyle enters s. m. MARY B.—6 y. o.—By Gold
Dnst, dam Thoroughbred Mare.
Running Race—1 Mile
Purse $150.
Dash—
M. Welch, b. g. PORT LEONARD—Aged—
Voucher, dam Prunella. Colors Green.
F. O. Minor, b. h. FALMOUTH—Aged-Planet,
dam Red Rose. Colors Red and Blue, White Sash.
W. Brady, b. h. GEORG S RICE—5 y. o.—By West
Boxbury, dam by E.-eilon. Colors Red and Blue.
Baces to Commence at 3 P. JT. Precisely.
0. A. BREAUX,
Special Commissioner.
SAMUEL MULLEN, General Snpt.
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AUCTION SAUCE.
By Nash A Hodgson.
POSITIVE SALE.
VALUABLE SAWMILL PROPERTY,
WITH MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
—And —
1280 ACRES SUPERIOR WOOD LANDS
IN LIVINGSTON PARISH,
Together with Wooden Railroad 3'i miles long.
ON LONG CREDIT AT AUCTION.
B Y NASH & HODGSON— W. I. Hodgson, Auc
tioneer, office No. 13 Carondelet -treet—ON
SATURDAY, March U. 1876, at 12 o'clock M.,
at the Sr. Charles Auction Exclance in the base
ment rotunda of the St. Chari s Hotel, in the city ot
New Orleans, by consent of all oarties in ill eie-t, at
public a ction, without any limit or reserve, to the
high* st bidder, will be sold—
a valuable steam sawmill, together
wilh th) engine and all necessary machinery cou
ncil - ei therewith, tngeth-r with
TWELVE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY ACRES
OF LAND, well timbered with pine, situated in the
palish of L vingston, connected by a wooden rail
road three and a half miles long, with wa'er trans
portation (at Springfield, en Natalbany River) dis
tant from New Orleans S'xty miles, at all seasons,
and < onnected by water 'ranscorlation at all seasons,
at a distance of twenty-four miles, with the New
Orleans, St. Louis aud Chicago Railroad, at the Pass
M anchor station
THE ENGINE is one of G sorge Page's manufac
ture; has 25 horse power, Ills inch cylinder, by 16
inch stroke; the boiler is 26 feet kmg, by 42 inches
in diameter The sa» -mill machinery is all of Page's
manufacture, and has all of his latest improvements,
including a 45-foot carriage, and has one saw 50
inebea in diameter. Tho entire machinery costing its
former proprietor Mr. P. H. Kemp, $35"0
THE SAWMILL BUILDING is 35 feet wide by
80 feet long, and all necessary buildings for laborers
and teams are on the grounds.
BY A SPECIAL ACT OF THE TEGI8LATUBE
OF LOUISIANA ihe right of way has been secured
of 300 feet in width, witn the privilege of timber on
the same, extending from the Saw Mill to Spring
field.
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED IMPROVEMENTS,
with all necessaiy arrangements to ruu a Steam S*w
Mill, including the railroad and five cars, were com
pleted, and the enterprise snccessfu ly carried on, for
the period of about one year, by the former proprie
tor, but ULder the pressure of the t'mes it was sus
pended, and can be renewed by the purchaser, at a
trifling expense.
THE PROPERTY, with all its appertenances and
improvements wi l be sold, witn fall warranty of
tit e against all claims aud encumbrances.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS—One-fomth cash on
the spot and the balance at 6,1? anil 18 months, in
equ .l payments, with 8 per cent per annum interest
aud special mortgage, wiili vendor spri ilege from
day of sale till paid, with the proviso, that in case of
tne failure to pay any of the credit notes at maturity,
the mrtire credit portion shall become due and dë
manoable.
Act of sale before Andrew Hero, Notary
Public, at the exp.-nse of the purchaser, who will
assume over and above Liu hid, a'l taxes dne and
exigible in the year 1876. _F9 i3 20 27 mill 5td
forsaLe.
F or sale—a fine top buggy and har
uoss. nearly new. Price $125. Apply at 26
Union street. F27 15t
F OR SALE— TÖE DWELT ING HOUSE AND
Three Lots of Ground, situated at the corner of
Gen. Taylor and St. Charles streets, Sixth District,
is oftV-red for sale on very easy terms. Also—two
Vacant Lo's, adjoining; well filled. Would exchange
the latter f >r a seashore place or a small cotton farm.
Address B. C., 110 StChailes street. F13 Sulm
SOUTHERN STATES
AGRICULTURAL
AND
INDUSTRIAL
EXPOSITION
THE GBOUKDS AND BUILDINGS
OPEN TO VISITORS
THIS DAY, SUNDAY,
FROM 0 A. M. TO 6 P. X.
SA M L MULLEIS,
General Superintendent.
Adolph Marks. - Gustave Marks. L. B. Cain.
MARKS, BROS. & CO.,
41 MAGAZINE SrBEET-CP STAIBS,
IMPORTERS
-AND
Commission Merchants,
"-OF
FOREIGN DRY GOODS,
WINES, LIQUORS,
FANCY GROCERIES,
ETC., ETC.,
For sale either In or Ont of Bond.
The city, country and especially the Western trade
nviteil to an examination of onr stock.
PRICES LOW AND TERMS LIBERAL.
As we are receiving largely by every steamer, onr
stock will be kept np constantly, and we are pre
pared to fill all orders for any of the vast assortment
of goods in our line upon a moment's notice.
Send for price list. F18 lm
ÜP0LPH0 WOLFE'S"
AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS.
The Celebrated and only
WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS.
ESTABLISHED 1828.
Acknowledged by the whole Mbdical Faculty as a
TONIC,
DIURETIC,
ANTI-DYSPEPTIC AND
INVIGORATING CORDIAL.
Called for and used by thousands. (Is still offered to
all whom it may conoern by the sole agents in Vow
Orleans and for Louisiana,
SMITH BROTHER à GO.,
0.85.87 and 89 Poyd as street, V. O.
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AMUSEMENTS.
J^JRS. CHAN FRAU'S VARIETIES THEATER,
Corner of Canal and Dauphine streets.
COMEDY'S HIGH CARNIVAL.
His beloved Majesty, REX, will visit this standard
Theater of the Realm,
THIS EVENING, IN STATE.
Attended by his Royal Suite. Long live the King !
MR. FRANKS. CHANFRAU,
('• Duke of Arkansas.")
In one of the greatest creations.
Monday.
The famous Comedy.
8 AM,
Wr tten for and played by
li m in NEW YORK 300
NIGHTS.
1 THE
February 29, I
Every Might, and I
Wed esdny |
—And—
Saturday Matinees. |
Mond» y Afternoon.
February 28,
Extra Matinee. | TWO O 1 PHANS,
The greatest play of the times, with the Grandest
Scenery ever exiiibi ed in this city.
Evi ning Prices—25, 50, 75 c- nts and ft.
Matinee Prices—50 cents. No extra charge for re
served seats. FJ7
BALLS.
jyjAKDI-GRAS AT THE OPERA 1IOUSE
A GRAND
MASQUERADE CARNIVAL BALL
Wi 1 be given at the
Opera House, Mardl-Gra«' Night, Feb. 29.
These Balls have always been the events of the
season, and the present Ball will he the most sensa
tional of the series.
Lady guests will not be required to unmask at any
time.
Admission cards for Gentlemen, $3. F23 td
A _ GRAND CALIC0 BALL, *
To bo given by'
IHAB FERRY STK4M FI HE €17. NO. 12.
AT ST. PATRICK'S HALL,
On Saturday Evening March 4, 1876.
Committee of Arrangements.
J. Lynch. Chaiiman, W. Baker,
J. B. Pnilip», P. Farrell, P. Mealy.
Applications for ladies' invitations to he left at en
gine-house;^_F4 lm
^Y gricültcral IMPLEMENTS,
PLANTATION HARDWARE
• — And—
M A C EC I nr zi V,
AT L'OW PRICE 4.
B. J. WEST,
F26 7t 115 and 117 Magazine Street.
F or the children.—a marked char
acteristi of the New La. Kemely is its admirable
effect upon children of every age and organization. It
acts as a soothiDg sirup ai d as a blood purifier and in-j
vit orator, while it is peerless for coughs, colds,'
whoopiDg enngh, etc Saine efiect upon adults. It
contains neither laudanu n, ars nic nor any other
abomination, and is delicious. Sold by druggistp.
Depot, 106 Camp street, N. O. F4 5tnplmM»YE
THE "IMPROVED"
|H|0|Mj IE|
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Lock-Stitcli Sewing Machine.
CHEAPEST AND BEST.
Only $31 Cash—Only $12 Credit;
CAN BE BUN BY HAND 0B TOOT.
A COMPLETE MACHINE (Warranted for Five
Years), with One Shuttle, Hemmer and Feller, 8 ore»
Driver, Six Needles, Gange, Oil Can, Battle of Oil,
Copy of Directions, etc., f. r
Oilly 881 Cash.
The "IMPROVED" HOME SEWING MA
CHINE, though sold for less than one-half the price
of mauy other good machines, is
Superior to Most and Inferior to None.
It will Hem, Fell, Bind, Cord, Braid, Seam, Tuck,
Rutfie, Hemstitch, Gather and Sew on at same time.
Tins machine having been IMPROVED the only
former objections to its nse are entirely removed.
The Shut le has been enlarged, so as make the spool
inside h hl as much thread as sewing machines gen
erally, and the works are now placed upon a flat bed.
These improvements render the HOME SEWING
MACHINE complete, and make it the
Meet Simple, Compact and Ontnble In Use.
New Orleans, Jan. 8, 1876.—To Afr. Gustav Seeder,
170 Csnal si.'eet: One of y- ur Hoine-Shutile Sewing
M ichines has been in ordinary use in my family for
about three years, and ha* not lost one cent for re
pairs. It is light, runs easily and makes little noise.
It even yet appears as good as new. T. HEALIJ.
GUSTAV" SEEGER;
170........Canal * St........170
Betw. Baronne and Dryailee. •
CAEMVÀL FLAGS
J. C. MILLER,
107.......Poydras Street.......107
(Formerly of CASSIDY A MILLER.)
SAIL MAKER
-AND
COTTON BUCK AGENT,
Has on band a large assument of
CARNIVaIj FliAOS
FLAGS OF ALL NATIONS, TENTS,
TARPAULINS, ETC
AT LOWEST PRICES.
J. C. MILLER. 107 Poydras street.
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Southern »täte » Ayricuuurm una
Industrial Exposition.
Notice to Exhibits re.
Office of the General Superintendent, )
No. 80 Camp Street. >
New Orleans, Jan. 8, 1876. )
The Entry Books for Exhibitors will be opened at
this office on MONDAY, January 10.
All applications for entries must be made upon the
printed forms of application, which will be furnished
at this office.
The Grounds and Buildings will be open for the
reception of articles for exhibition from February 1
until February 25, 1876, and exhibitors are requested
to make early appl cation, and entry, in order that
everything may be in i osition on the opening day
The Entry Books will be closed on FRIDAY
EVENING, February 25. 1876, at 6 o'clock, and no
entries will t e allowed after that time. THIS.KULE
IS IA1PEKATIVE
Catalogues and general information furnished te
applicants at this office.
nv order of the Executive Committee.
ja9 tf SA ML. MULLEN. Gen). Snpt.
Southern Shoe Manufactory .
NEW ORLEANS, July 24,1875.
Gentlemen of New Orlenns and Lsshlaaai
I am starting a Southern Shoe Factory I only ask
of you, geutleuen. for your patronage. I guatante*
that I will give yon better satisfaction in my line than
any establishment in this city—cheaper and of a better
material. Gentlemen, yon all know that there art
a great many laborers and mechanics in this State
who have no work nor any food for their wives and
children. If we will start onr cwn factories and pat
ronize each other we could easily get along with onr
foc lories of all descriptions. Onr money is all given
to the North and West, Which in millions of dollars.
I have been'established in the Shoe Manufactory fot
the last twenty-five years, and sail th« attention of
th« c ommuni ty in general.
Yours respectfully,
JOBS HANSEN,
35 Cannata^ot
!
Hon. Alfred Shaw,
Hon. M. Hahn,
Joseph H.JK-Grange,
R. D. Carpenter,
P. H: Lewi*,
M. T. M. Mason,
Hon J M. G. Paiker,
R. G Hnrlbert,
H. Dupre.
Robert Strong,
Tim O'Neil,
Fred. Wang,
F. H. Wilson,
S. 0 >. Csrev.
Jam's B. Mitchell, ,
it. Hsmbnrger, Jr.,
C. C. Ha ey.
M Cloney,
W L. Murray,
QPERA HOUSE-FRENCH PLAYS—
LAST WEEK BUT 05 E.
This Sunday, February 27, 1876,
LA PRINCESSE GEORGES and LEg DOMES
T.QUIS.
MONDAY EVENING-Bon fit #f Arr. RICHEZ
" SERAPHINE,*" couuody in five acts, by Vic
forien Snrdou.
Matinee-WEDNESDAY, at Noon.
Grand Extra Pet foRnance THURSDAY.
Next week the regular subscription night will be
MulfDAY instead of TUESDAY, on account of
Mardi Gras. F27 tf
1
AMUSEMENTS.
^CADEMY OF MUSIC—
FOR THE MARDI GRAS WEF.K*
Commencing Sunday, February 27.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
! KELLKY & LKON's :
BURLcSQUE OPKHA, 45if) MI;\STREL
TROUPE.
A FIRST PART OF REFINE'd MINSTRELSY.
A COMIJ OLIO OF CHARACTER SKETCHES.
Conclu!i g with on» of Ottenbach'» Opera Bouff s,
either tho GRVND DUTCH-S, or CHINO
CHoW H I Gotten up in ;» most eleg int manner.
Snn iay. March 5—FRANK MAYO S DAVY CROC
KETT COMBINATION. F27 ,
•TWO ORPII4N 1 *
AT THE VARIE'
ATINEE MONDAY
ES THEATER.
EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT.
The Extra Matinee on Monday, 28th, of THE TWO
ORPHANS," with its magnificent soeuery and
sple.idid effects, wi l commence immediately
after the Royal Pageant shall have poss-vi the
Varnties Theater. F25 3t
gT. CHARLES THEATER—
Holiday Evening, February 27,
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY TESTIMONIAL
Tendered to
CAPT. PAUL BOYTON,
BY THE CITIZENS OF NEW ORLEANS.
To comm-ncs with the C-'medy of THE ROUGH
DIAMOND,atterwhichCAl-T PAUL BOYTON
will relate mai y incidents of his eventful career,
exhibit bia Llt'E SaVING SUIT, and explain
ite different*u,es. *
To oonclnde with the roaring Farce of the KISS IN
THE DARK; characters by the co-upany.
MONDAY —Mr. EDWIN ADAMS in n favorite
character. •
Don't forget the Mardi-Gras Ball. F28 It
S T. CHARLES THEATRE—*
Twenty-first Annual
MARDI GRAM BALL
Will b * given at this popular establishment on
*. Shrove Tuesday, February 29.
MANAGERS. ' .
Hon. Go'. H B-aughn, Hon. Gerard Stith,
Hon. G. H. Sheridan,
Col. E D. Frost.
W. M. Wulliogton,
H. N. Jenkins,
John Hawkins,
H. S. Armstrong.
J. A. Quintero,
George Cenns,
Joseph L. Herwig,
Frank McElroy,
John Burke,
W E. Murphy,
A. I). Shelil*>u,
P. E. Burke,
James Walpole;
A. B. Custer,
E. L. Jewell,
Henry Mason, *
Jo in Casey.
NOTICE.—Invitations to lad.es can he obtained at
tlie Box Office, on .application o MU GLEASON,
Treasurer, subject to the approval of the Invitation
Committee.
TICKETS-TWO DOLLARS. F27 2t
G lob* thbatep
Corner of Baronne and Perdido streets.
9 *
Flynne..
Miss Mollie Foster,
Miss Agnes Merlan,
Miss Sallie West,
Miss Amelia Dean,
Miss Alice Gilmore,
Miss Minnie Cook,
Mias ilettie Lewis,
James Flynne—,t„..........Lessee and Managen
Marsh Adams..........Business and Stage Manager.
THE BIGGEST SHOW ON EARTH.
THIRTY SPECIALTY ARTISTS.
Miss Blanrhe Selwyn,
Miss Jennie SonUieriL
Miss Nellie Taylor, •
Miss Mary Olive,
Miss Bella Bent,
Miss Jennie Forest,
Miss Laura Morgan,. ,
-And
A HOST OF MALE SPECIALTY ARtl&T«.
The entire Company will appear in the celulimted
CAN-CAN.
SATURDAY EVENING, Feb. 26 - A GRAND
FANCY MASK BAIL will he given in tliis-
Theator after the performance. .
--Also —a
A GRAND BALL will be given at this Theater oir
MARDI-GItAS NIGHT. _ F29
E XHIBITION WITH SCIOPTICON AND CAL
CIUM LIGHT,
On IMenday Night. Ftb. 28, 7!i o'clock.
• For the Benefit of the *
Coliseum Place Baptist Bible School
In the Church corner Camp and Terpsichore
btreets. • •
Many rare and amusing pictnres will be exhibited.
The ladies will furnish refresmunts in the base,
m* in below.
Entrance Twenty-five Cente.
F26 MAE til *
^CORRESPONDENCE—
NEW ORLEANS, February 25, 1876.
To Capte Paul Boy ton:
Dear Sir—We, the undersigned, citizens of New
Orlenns, appreciating the great and successful efforts
made by yon in the introduction and illustration of
your most valuable life-saving apparatus, desire to
give yon some public testimonial of our regard for
the benefits conferred by yon upon humanity.
If consistent with your other engagements, we
should be pleased to have yon name some time nnd
place where yon would relate to the public at large
the thrilling narrative of your adventures in landing
on the coast of Ireland, and of yonr world-famed
trip across the English Channel.
Adolph Moyer, , James I. Day,
C. Kohn, Julius Aroni,
John Hawkins, T. P. Leathers,
I. L. Lyons, C. H. Jonas,
F. O. Minor, W. C. Black,
John Stevenson, Y. C. Gerodias,
T. O. Ryan and others.
• New Orleans, Feb. 25, 1876.
Messrs. Adolph Meyer, J«s. I. Day, Thomas P.
Leathers, C. Kobn, Wm. 0. Black, and others ;
Gentlemen—Your flattering commun cation tf this
date, requesting me to relate in some place the nar
rative of adventures in tho lUnstiation of the ca
pacities and oses of my LIFE SAVING SUIT, has
just been received.
I appreciate your kind consideration for my efforts
in the cause of humanity.
I am neither an or°ator nor a lecturer) but a sailor
innred to the sen since childhood yet la my own man
ner, shall cheerfully comply with yonr request at the
St. Charles Theater next SUNDAY EVENING.
With sentiments of the highest esteem, believe me
to be, gentlemen, your obedient servant,
F26 2t PAUL BOYTON.
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ENGER'S GAKDEN
11 and 13 Bourbon street,
H. WENGER, Proprietor.
Largest Hall in the city. Best European and
American Journals on file. TWO FINE ROOMS for
Families wi h separate entrance. Best Wines and
Liquors. Fuat-class Best uiant. moderate prices.
PHIL BEST'S Celebrated Milwaukee Lager Beer
et FIVE CE.N'TS per glass. (j a!3 ) y
FOR KEN T- _
TO RENTS inserted in this column, not exceeding
one square, FIFTY CENTS. ;
I l'OR AN OFFICE OR CLUB ROOMS—A COM
modioos front second floor, at 62 Camp stieet,
next to the Picayune,
tenant
Cheap to a prt mm paying
F2 WeF' ASntf
F OR RKNT-iTHE TWO DESIRABLE OF
fiees, with Cotton Rooms attached, No. 186 and
188 Gravier street now occupied by the undersigned,
to whom apply for terms, etc.
LEHMAN, ABRAHAM St CO.,
ja® 186 and 188 Gravier street
F >* RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GEN
tiaaien. Aptdv at LEIGHTON'S Shirt store, cor
daal and fit Charles streets. u( tf

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