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SI'AATIES
W\HO BUY FIRST CLASS DRY
GOODS
-FORt CA.I-
Will find thezr money spent more to theih
battsfection at
BRASEL JIAN & ADAMS'
CASH HOUSE
ELSE WIIERE.
A GLinc through their immense stock
Silks, Satins, Real Poplins, Plaids, Serges,
Merinos, Cashmeres, Emp. Cloths,
nr,ot I'ormosas, Arabs, Jackets, Shawls
li.. Sackiugs, Cloakings, Cloths,
,. 1". Flannels, Laces, Embroide
e rit., Gloves, Corsets, Vel
v;/. vets, Ribl,c us, Parasols,
a, I'aFs,
Etc., E':., Etc.
WILL CONVINCE.
..... .. ..and....... ... 588
pn o3I',;:in,: street, cor. St. AI drclw
iMI' ("ELLiA NEOTS.
THE PEOPLES COMMERCIAL
COLLEGE!
-$
] ie.partmeat of
21STIRAIGHIT UN'IVERSITY.
Located over the Frecedmens Saving Bannk
114 Carondelet St.
OPTrrN AY AND EVtN'ING, NO VACATION.
The old and young can enter at this Insti
t u::n an dayL, no distinction made in regard
I' to race or color. The design of the Institution,
1. into furnish opportunities to those wishing a
' :,ra!id, thorough and )practical business cdu
c"ati,~I,, filty to one hundred per cent saved
Ib" "Ih:..d n, by- taking the rapid commieri,l D
',,r,. Parties haiing ordinary abilit,.
!:o .;.ave entirely L-.hlectkd their education L
L..rV + :ave the oportunity to qualify them- I
s,5Ivt for ,flrmost any position in the State,
in in ieur. ,lible .'hort time.
From tN'o to th:,'e mouths is all that re
S-s ti, collomp)let the commercial course.
Ti',rns r, dhced to suit the times.
f":rtL-r information call at the Col- -
, or adrdres
Prof. A. T. S:,laver,
Principal.
$75 vfe-ory Woekol:
MADE EASY,
bY
LADY AGENTS. p
We want i:;.iart a.*.i :necrg-tic Agents to intro- tail
ae oar i' .nar adl justly ceeratlltd ixnvea
S., ti ev-ry Ii.·aJL, Town u, C'y in the
3:.i. ensable ,to 1Every House
hold ;
TIa vyre hii!:ly approvel ofl endorsed and
.,.:ted by ihLiiea PI', i "iii.s arnl Dib ies, and
,:. n GI,;::tiAT kF'Ai)ITrE with them.
Every Family will Purchase One
,,r i,, r of them. Something that their merits
',r e.!,rent at a GLANCE.
!, ti(; Is:rTS. 31ILLIYERS, DRESS3A. I
KERS, Pat
u i all who k-:p FANCY STORES, will find onr fact
,:.·.:l r~."ich SELL VEltY RAPIDLY, gives ha.s
!- .:..t '..ti..,cti ou a dl netting
SMIA LL FORTUNES -
H, .:11 D,,.ler. and Aguts.
CO( TY I IJGIITS FREE
t, .:ll who tdesire cni~iing in an Ionorab:e Re.
,",','e ar,!d I'r,-,it.ze i.sincss, at the same etpl
S,,lin;, good to theLiir companions in life
>':i"-'.-, ,i 1 . i nt frie by ateil on receipt of
!,r',. SEND I')R \H1OLESALE CIRCU
VICTORIA MANUFACTORING CO.
17 PI'.\RK PLACE, NEW YORK. I
STAS AND ' .ILL .
PATENT ATTORNEYS
Dtxalcrt in all of the NEWEST a"
Lad imo.t Usefual Patents
of the age.
Wre he: to call public attention to the fact thali
Se a ' now preplared to fill orders for the latest
....,. :u the hae o: patented goods, and are IFYI
'a::::utr: adI,g tO our l-arge stock, such arti
•:. r..l u::1 a. the in.c'.ave spirit of the
r., , I aa ::e ,rogr.eive temper of the
(- .-- .. \,:'Lk. ' o Huoatizeru Country .pej.
--.,n t ht.' l.:1.,ar-.aving inventions; to our
:::..:.:, >a : tc, c .i exItend an invitacon to
.i ..::::C' .r SLLck oS DtiUB5LOLD A.YD
.:.ur cn oHtai:n information through our
A·:: -, ,:" too, course to be pursued in obtaining
" c:r..., 11a., u rLaJxI or TIt. Prr..T Or-F
Apph.c:iuin.- made, anl C-.uets iled, speedily
and cLectsdtny th-ough our office, an AT L&5<
:., r To r"-* O'2L.-T , thLan personal applica
:t.c. at Wa., 2 ia IFr circuar addre~ .
1k,) rand Street 29.
New Orleansa
DRY GOODS, CLOTHIING d'.
DRY B T. WALSHE
110...... CANAL STREET ......101
Near St. Charles,
thei! NEW ORLEANS, LA.
' M EN'S AND BOYS'
SHIRTS.
(oF HIS OWNx IAE)
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING.
, MEN'S k.~D BOYS' SHITS MADE TO OlDER
Every Article Marked in Plain Figures
Goods sold on "one price" system, and any
article purchased which tails to give satisftiction
r .-n be returned and the money will be refunded.
58 8 Moderate Prices and Fresh Stock
to select from are some of the induce
ments oflcred at
B. T. WALSHE'S
PREMIIEl SHIRT AND CLOTHING BIUPORIII,
110 Canal St., near St. Charles,
Newv Orleaon.
N. B. -Letter Ord:r r receive prompt attention
:rd filled C. O. D. if desired.
r k
ink JOSEPH II. WILSON'Sb'
BDRY OODS
EMPORIUM, o:
rd o
'n 163.... CANAL STREET,....163 :
lu- FIRST FLOOR:
DRY GOODS, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS' ."
h SECOND FLOOR:
on LADIES RCOM FOR SHAWLS, CLOAKS e
AND WRAPS. L
THIRD FLOOR:
CARPETS, MATTING AND RUGS. e
A visit to the store will repay any persons e<
wishing to buy cheap and elegant goods. I r
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ntr
CARPET WAREHOUSE
17 ......CHARTRES STREET......17
A BROUSSEAU & CO., Importers and Dealers
at Whoies.dao and luetuil, offer at low
paces ;
CARPETING,
FLOOR OIL CLOTH.
MATTING. D
Curasin and Upholaterers:' Matrial, Window
Shades, Table Covers, Hair Cloth.i, Lace Cur
tinl ; Cornices, etc,
An
- - - all
MILLINEL R IY ST7'IIORE. .
an'
31.RS. A. 31. ARRISH or
FIRST PREMIUM
Fel
SIIRT MAKER,
NO.11 CANAL STREET,
New Orleans, La.
Particular attention paid to the manu
i facture of Gents' Underclothing; also
Base Ball Club and Firemen's Uniforms
Made to order.
BRANCi OF THE NEW YORK
Emnporium of Fashion
FOR LA.DIES.
Represnted by Mrs. . Coodale& Mr Is. I.E.Linela.
Turnishing Geols
OF ALL KINDS, FROM
HEAD DRESS TO HOSIERY,
SUITS IN GRFAT VARIETY,
Wrappers Single or Doubk, Underclothing of
every' descrption, Night Dresses, Trail and Walk
ing Skirts, Chemise, Drawers, Sacks, Over
Skirts, Aprons, &c., Ac.
Orders taken for wedding Outfits, Childrens
and Infants' Wardrobes, Suits and Dresses in the
Latest Styles, and asupplied at short notice. Han
i The TRADE supphed at New York prices.
Sample Room, No. 221 Canal St.,
AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S
FIINT PFEIIM[ SillT NAIUFAtIOlT.
.l Orders respectftlly solicited.
Mrs A. GOODALE,
31rs. K. E. LINCOLN.
MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT. GC
FALL AND WIQNTER
hroc or St
MILLINERY GOODS
of every description, jut received at
29.......CHABTRE STREET......9 10
.WA T'HAFAKERS AND JEWELLERI
- y~--- - ---------..
s5 GOOD so
WATCiHE$
.101 AT OLD PRICES.
AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United States
for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO., we are an
thorized by them to close out a large line of
European Watches, Chains. etc., now in , ock
for Cash, at prices never before known. All
beautiful in finish, artistic in design. --liable
for accurate time, durable, and of the lates,
style. Every Watch will be retailed at less than
eost of importation, and forwarded securely pack
ed, prepaid, to any part of the countryon receipt
)f price. Money can be sent to us by Express,
with orders tor Express Co. to return Goods or
Cash, which will secure promptness and safety
to purchaser. Among our list will be founad.
A BEATIFUL ENGLISH SILVER, SOLID
DOUBLE CASE WATCH, genuine English full
plate jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
ires steel cut hands, engine turn nerl, correct and
serviceable article. large or small size, in com
plate running order, wiih an elegant Gent's
Sany Vest Chain, Locket and key, all complete, mail
etion d free for FIVE DOLLARS.
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fine 18
Lock karat Gold plated Doable Casses-imitation 6f
te- $100 Gold Watch -engraved or plain, genuine
English, full plate jeweled movements, adjusted
regulator, correct, and in complete running
order with elegent Gent's Vest Chain, with
Locket and Key, mailed pre-paid for only
EIGHTEEN DOLLARS
The Oride Gold Watch,
IN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double Hunt
ion ing Magic Spring Cases, elegantly engraved, or
engine turned, Genuine Patent Lever move
anents, full jeweled, regulated and warranted to
keep correct time, and wear equal to Gold,
precisely like in appearance, make, finish, bril
liancy of color. $200 Gold Watch. One of these
splendid Watches will be forwarded by mail free
to any address, in handsome morocco case, f
lined with velvet and satin, (Ladies' or Gent's
size Watch,) for only TWELVE DOLLARS.
Watches for Hiliday Presents manutactured to
order.
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES of all
grades, in Gold and Silver Cases, from $18 up to ai
3 20. Other Good Watches equally low. With bi
every Club of six Watches, of any kind, we send w
.me extra of same kind free, as a premium to B
getter up of the Club. A superior stock of Ge- ai
DS, uuine Oride Gold Chain., $2 to $6 each, war
ranted fully equal to Gold in brilliancy of color,
wear, etc., Bills of over $12 collected on delivery,
if desired. All Bills of $12, and less, must be A
S cash in P. O. Money Orders, or Registered
Letters, at our risk. Goods carefully selected,
packed and forwarled pre-paid by mail, or by
Express, or receipt of price. Safe delivery of all
goods guarenteed. Watches forwarded to be
exntmined to parties known, when express
charge both ways are paid. No goods forward
ed west of the Mississippi River. with bill to eol
ns lect on delivery. Purchaser- mist pay all ex
press charges on goods sent C. J. D.: also
_ or return of money. All Cash orders forwarded
free of charges to destination. Catalogues Free. Mi
Address all orders Fl
CHAS. P. NORTON & CO.,
Importers of Watches, etc.
erg Established 1857. 86 Nassau St., N. Y.
ow No. 34-tf. O
PAUL GRAIHZI ca
DEALER IN G OLD AND SIL
3W Th
r- I AElR tATCHES,
And Fine Gold Jewelry. Keep always on hand
all clas:es and patterns of Gold, Silver and Steel R
Spectacles and Eye Glasse.. Glasses changed
andi sent to any part of the country. Watch re;
T pairs done promptly and warranted. Address
I orders to B
Paul Granzin,
112 Carondelet street, New Orleans.
Feb. 1I;ly
GROLERtIES, I'RODUCE, d&:. phi
poi
P. B. ETHELL,
MERCHANDISE, FLOUR
AND
PROVISION BROKER,
' 105.....POYDRAS STREET.....105 pr
W. J. TAYLOR............JOHN M. BURKE
Salesmen.
run
GEO. GIGNAC. ALF. JOURDAIN.
GIGNIC & JOURPBAIN, T
anhocans, Co
S Corner Conti and Villero, No. 239.
ALWAYS ON HAND
SCHOICP SOCERIES, TEA, COFFEE, PFIOVIII
WINKES, LIQUORS
A ND
HPl~.antae on sluppAl: m.
w' Orders promptly attended to.
LACROIX BROTHERS
Comm Frscaxcix & Vseroaw Sr'rm ,
Nuw Oaz.zs, La.
Caxu
Have On Hand, Be4st Of Wines And Lq
tsers.
a. a. w-rrE, 1.. c. arcKaRxe. r. N. war.
WHITE, RICHARDS & Co. C
Succeesors to A. D. ORIEFF & Co., 23
WHOLESALE IROCERS
COHIIIION N oilerTS no
Southernm and Western Produce. A
'o. 104 O n Po3rd, itreet,
-NE'I OBLE.AN.
103,
St. Louia s. ew Odnr.
MARKHAM & BtRT, U
Importes and Jobbemet 2...
HARDWARE,
109.....GRAVIER STREET .....10
I.. - ,~
RRAILROADS.
Stes. SPECIAL NOTICE.
o c k I I .
* t. Isals. Ir iMeatat tnd dlathers
jaIeil ed.
All
iable
ate.: THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
than To St. Lois, Chicago, Omaha. San Francisco,
sack- St Paul. ansas City, Leavenworth, St
.*ipt Joseph,
res, And all Flts lirh, East and West.
fet TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the New
Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Rail
LID road Depot daily. at 7 A. M. and 5 P. M.
fall AN EXP TRAIN leaves the foot of Canal
street daily at 8 A. M., via the New Orleans,
Mobile and Chattanooga Railroad, making
and close connections at Mobile with the Mobile
om- and Ohio Railroad to all points North, East
Pat's and West
For tickets apply to
A. D. SHELDON.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and Great
Northen Railroad, corner Camp and Com
I mon streets, under City Hotel : or to
une W. BEDELL.
;ted Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and Chat
Ling anooga Railroad No. 150 Common street,
rith under St. Charles HoteL
nly J. .I WINGFIELD.
General Superintending Agent St. Louis Iron
Mountain and Southern Railroad,
unt- --- - -
or NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
Pve
to AND
oId, CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD.
ril
eae
ree The Mobile division of this road will be opened
'S, for business on
its Monday, November 21, 1570,
to and passenger trains will run as follows ;
Leave New Orleans, from the foot of Canal
street, for Bay St. Louis, Pass Christian, Mis
all ssippi City. Biloxi, Ocean Springs, Pascagoula
to and Mobile at 8 o'elock A. M. Arrivive at Mo
ith bile at 2:30 o'clock P. M,, connecting at Mobile
ad with the MOBILE AND OHIO, and the MO
to BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAILROADS for
E. all points
ar- NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
' Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20 A. M.
be Arriving at 6:10 P. M. 31
ed 4
Fare Between New Orleans and lobile,
`u Five Dollars,
be
. THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN EACH
A- WAY DAILY. So
x- Freight received at New Orleans, at the foot Le
0 of Julia street before 4:30 P. M., delivered at
Mobile early next morning.
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER
ROUTE
For further information, call at the General
Office of the company, rooms one and two, up.
,tairs. STORY BUILDING, corner Camp and C
Common streets. J. R. KENDRICK,
General Superintendent.
STRAVELLERS, ATTENTION:
Pr
The New Crleans, Jackson and Gret Northern,
and ississiuippi Central lailroads.
Run their Passenger Coaches and Baggage b
d Cars, their combined length without -
e change.
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RESIDENCE Jot
TO DESTINATION.
The 7 A. I. Express Train rs baily,
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Makes close connections for Vicksburg, Mem
phis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville, and all
points beyond, Sleepin cars at night, Canton
to Grand Junctin and Humboldt.
The Mail Train lea tea New Orleans Dily, Lo,
at P F. .om
Makes schedule connections with Lightaing Ex
press traine, to all points NORTH, EAST and x
WEST. Csrriea the great North.n Mail.
Time to New York, 70 lours.
New and elegantly fitted up Sleeping Cars
rn to Haumboldt Tennessee, Cleveland, Ten
nessee, and Louisville, Kentacky.
Express Train South arrives at 1:30 A. M.
Mad Train South arrives at 11.05 A. M.
Ticket Ofice, Galveston, Iron Building.
Ticket Offices, New Orleans, under City Hotel,
Corner Camp and Common streets, and at A
Depot
E. Q. 8EWALL, General Superintendent ;
J. B. MOREY, General Ticket Agent
New Orleans, Jackson and Oreat Northern
Rairoad. OFl
E. D. FROST, General Superintendent ;
D. B. MOREY, General Ticket Agent, Mis
sisaippi Central Railroad.
8. 8. SCOTT, GeneraL Passenger Agent
CARt'ENTERS, FCUITUERE, *c. Pia
J ULI U& P. BRO WN. lo
rett,
HOUSE CARPENTER 3 "
Cayr, Sr. Bet n.~mar And Roazmo Snaa.
Jobbing. Atemfdo to dul .
Carpe nter and Builder.
237......JULIA STREET...... 237
Naw Oaaamus.
All ordes leA stthe shop will be piomptl
ttended to.
The litchell & iaclkerg Fnraltur C,
FURNITURE,
3Iattraoueu Looking Glasse Ac, Ni
103 and 106 Camp Street, raor Pydrs,
Moreoque Building, -
NeW Odesua
SI
UNION LEWAGUE CLB HOUSr,
Te roan of thiClb eeoaeh dmak 0I
a P. I mekbwlbMsevedkd. l .mm 2 IL
1021. M.d m
LOTTERIES.
LOCISIAN1 LTATI LOTTIRl Ce
lncerporated August 17, 1068.
CHARLES T. HOWARD ........ Pmanta ,
te SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY,
Sn.rsra SmcazI l Om.r 90,000 Nms..
CAPITAL Pam - - - $50,000.
t CLASS ,
TO BE DRAWN IN NeW ORLEANS ON
latuhay, Iay , 1871,
New HOWARD, SIMMONDS A CO., Caorte.i
Bail- -
anal SCHEME :
one,
n 20,000 omw.w $20.
Eeat 1 prize of $50,000 is ......... ..50,000
1 prize of 30,000 is ........ .... 84000
1 prize of 20,000 is... ..0,000
1 prize of 10,400 isk....... . 10,00k
rest prizeof 9.000 30is. .o. 000
1 prize of 8,000 is 8,goo
1 prizeof 7,000 is.. . . 000
1 prize of 6,000 is... . 0)
I prize of 5,000 is ............. 000
hat I prizeof 4000 is ... 4,000
1 prize of 3,000 is............... 3,000
I prize of 2,000 is .............. ,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
ron 1 prize of 1,000
1prizvof 1.000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000 I
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000 I
I prize of 1,000
ned 1 prize of 1,000 are 95,000
I prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
I prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
al 1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
ile 1 prize of 1,000
10- 1 prize of 1,000
for 1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
I prize of 1,000
M. 0 prizes of 500 are 25,000
317 prizes of 500 are 63,450
440 prizes amounting to $280,450
Whole ticket $820 ;shares in propertion.
Prizes payable in full without deduction.
Orders to be addressed to.
CHS. T. HOWARD.
%H Lock Box 692 Postofice, New Orleans
Send Postoffice Money order or Rgister your
wt Letter,
at - -
COMMISION MEI CHANTS.
P. B. 8 Puscascz, C. C. Axronrm,
XNec Orleans, La. Sreveport La.
Pal PINCHBACK, & ANTOINE,
rid COMMI881ONMERCHANTS
114 OC.roclelet lSt.,
NEW ORLEANS~
Liberal Advances made on (bnsignments.
Prompt attention given to all sales and purchases,
s, leasing of farms, etc., etc.
Consignment covered by Insurance as soon as
shipped, uwless otherwise instrued on the Bill of
ge Lading.
at
BUE88E , CO.,
JoNse, McDowxz A Co., Little Roek LA.
Bousar & Co., t. Louis Missouri
COTTON FACTORS
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION
or
in 48.......CARONDELET ST.......48
Refers to Canal Bank, Bank of New Orlesas
Louisiana : State avinge' Associaton, Barthol
omew Lewis A Co., St. Louis, Missori.
AUSTIIHEEB,
General Commission Merchant
t Agent for the rsle of Real Este, et.a,
OCT Doon SAzI PxoxPmF AiENmwD TO.
OFFICE AND SALES-ROOM, 168
POYDRAS STREET, NEW OR
LEANS, LOUIISIANA.
Mees. Geo. W. Hynson & Co., Steel,
Pinckard & Co., John O. Terry, Esq.,
Lloyd R. Coleman, Esq., Samuel Bar
rett, Esq.
500. 600. 500. 600.
HOME WASHERS,
HOME WASHERS,
HOME WAPBERS
Sold within the Pat Tlwo
Monuths tmder a Full
Not one
returned-
Not one complaint
Speaks for itselL
In Opera~tio Dey at the
Depat, No. 17~6 Cauml treett
PRICE $18.
New Orlemas Home Mabanfruning
Company.
wilm& u pm .
INT , NG,, GAZnGe GAaommaa ,
GRANTLING, fl'H0ODNG, GRAIAS,
snow arrrnwocman;t ,a1s o.
sem . 4 Df eises Int,
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