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(i,," f sicnding their ehildlrn to a i
:,., ' Iubli" suhool. It rei tIe rs the
.re fa: r more contented to know
Ih:.t his children are fitting them
i.h, for the advanced positions of
hfe -Laourc]whe Timit'.
T1Rawy oFROM Brc1fr.-- Two
Le:ftn,, Killed.-Between six or
-rnu o'clock last evening Leon Ber
,1d Jacob Schultze were driving'
n ::Old Levee street in a double
;,,U:. when a locomotive began to
. ,ff steam. which frightened
:l h,rsn; o badly that they ran
:,, ti~owiug both gentlemen to
.;,e gound with great violence.
Mfr. kcr died in a few minutes and
,,tp.n chiiltze was so seriously
!,it.d that he died in about two
,ou ater. Mr. Ber resided at
Uli o i Greatmen and Spain
t ,.t, ,i klpt a grocery in the !
W,1j-.. . Captain Schultze at 1
C.: m,, . lluainded the tugboat
, ... :. ,: lived near Mr. Ber.
1 \,-,int. -On a certain
, ,n.ted infidel borrowed
, :,moeVy ironu the late Dr.
I, t.hr,. (t \\est splingfield, Mass.
-i en h.t came to pay it, he thought
tr. p1,.." the ,l,,ct'ro by argument
tr1.A the Bille.
V, u I,: ht in,t to take interest
, l.i on, nor. tnfr the Jews were
, . IlIt t 1', take ursu'ry.
(h11' , said the ,octor, "yon
r-,!. 'l'i- e Jews were forbidden
. t .- I,-iurn from tlheir own. peo
!,!, hut they" were all,,wed to take
i.., .n the heathen."
fle ppll',teatio as to direct to
,, al;:i ,'an, dan, the man was wil
, s,,hp tie argument and pay
it ,, ERflI.L.
..\w; 1, 11:30 A. M'
'.,.~, 'li -. market opened with !
S,1, h tfa:ir ijnqutiiry, but the
,",,1., t n- itetrii' pted by un
/:l v,'."r, \.,w York advicos, and :
I ... . Cotinued to a few small ti
!, . a: il, , pll ee11 .
ra, are light, and hold
a,, , rn in their pretensions. P1
I: I:tsliness embraced
I 1.1 ti, t, market clodsed as
S .It rut t et I' chtnge
laisty. Fignres. at
i , ",,;. .m ý 1:3 (a; 13.
.t (alt, 15 i
" , ,ils 16, . 1K$
Sli , : (.1 17.
. h ii,.. la/ .
. I Mi
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t:¬ btilo s. ra ,in . l . :si(a. 40
Ih. . 1 r: l, 00
-i,t in,4. . . . . 4 75
.1 t .. .. 6 l tr P
I Extit .. .................
E. la ' . 7 2o, and 60 I'
T.. . i ' 1 a ,1 , Exitla . .. . ... . 7 50
,. , !lw mixe -d, 1, Irhel ..... - 1
... ...........71t@ ttd
.. . .. 80
\\hit,. in Dumde.*.. . . 79
". , c* untvy WVhite . . . 0
"-.- t- h hel . 8
I '. .. I Ii
\1. rv dull.
- .... . .11 Dr
I.\ li n .14 (I ' ,
....linary 8 pri
. ....2' . +i i3 i
'iN "Ii 1. < n light 'upply and frm
t " it te, Levee and t4 50
....:0 .. . , -
oaat desirable family residence
a Caborne street between Pal
maa and Gasqnet. For further
Particulars apply to
H. L ROBINso, i
22 Coun'ecial *
a DRY (70011, VJLOTNIN' 4
JOSEPH H. IWILSON'S
S181.... CANAL $TREET,....168
le FIRST FLOOR:
DRY GOODS, GENTS FURNISHING
LADIES ROOM FOR SHAWLS, CLOAKS
d AND WRAPS.
F THIRD FLOOR:
A visit to the store will repay aoy
e persons wishing to Luy ehalp and elegant
I good ,
110.. CANAL STREET.... 101
Near St. Charlee,
NEW I(AJLEJNs,, LA.
SMEN'S AND BO yS'
(Or BIs OWN mAE)
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
•E.' S JUD B01 ' SIRITS MADE TO ODbER
Every Article Marked in
Goods sold on "ucer pri'e syitem, anti
any article purcthnodl hich fails to give
eatisfactien can he returnEfd and the auon
ey will he retiunl!l.
'iMoerate Piles lnd Fresh
Stock to select from aro some oft
the inducements offered at
B. T. WAL4HE'N
-PREMII'lI SHIRT 1,Ll LOTIL G E IPOIlU
110) Canal St., unear St. Charlte, I
N. B. Lc.tt"r Wid.ei receive promp4t
attention and tilled 4'. ). D if desired. I
MIRS. A. 1.PARRISH
O.!tl II',I L STREET,
New Orleanm, La. a
fParticular attenit,n paid to the
manufacture. of (Gents' Under
d lothing; aloBase Ball ClhbI and
i Fir -uen'as niformnMade to order.
BRANCH OF THE NElW YORK
Emnporium o0 Fashiona
Reprelnttdl by Ir. L Iloodair and
Mrs. h. E. Lincoln. at
FURNISHINg o00 8 oi"
OF .LI. KINDS. FROM
HEAD DRE '
TO HONIEI Y,
SUITS IN ORFAT VARIETY,
,Wrappers ?ingle nr Double, ['ndercloth
ig of every des-rption. Night Drmer, &
Trail and Walking SkirtI. a'hemise,
Drawers. Sacki. Over Skirt., tpr.sw, &t.S
Orders taken for wedding Outtit. Chil
Irens and Infants' Wardrobes. Buits and or
Drais. in the La!est Styles, and suppli.d
at short notice.
,zThe TRA.DE gupphed at New York
ample RLLom, No. 2tI
AT MRS..A.M. PARRISH'8
FIST PE llUt Smll IIlFACTOlT
W" ()rdrs respectfnlly solicited.
Mi A. GOOD(ALE,
Mrs. K. E. LINCOLN.
Lock-Sm tlk & RiR-Bmspgr
"IBM HAILII]'S FITTE IIP,
200, COMMON STREET,
. EW. ORLEANU
ST. Lorm AD Nuw Omaramu PAorI
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Illinois Central PR d Pae
asads of id'me
this line will leave as follows:
Glvtng through bills of lading to all
points on the Memphis and Charletoa
3 Railroad. Nashville and Northwesatrn i
Railroad, end 1mphis ad Ohio Rail
road--also to St. Louis.
Through Tickets araished at .low, -
R rates to ll points East, West ad North,
by all the various routes via Mamphis,
Cairo and St Louis. Staterooms - h
cured at General Ofce, 104 Common r
A. A. WOODB, OGemal A t, T
,5 C. o. WAJNE, Freight Agent, o
t 7 Natohes Street, no
JOHN N. BOFINOEB. President, P
Bills of lading for all freights over
ithe Illinois Central Bailroad; signed
at the ofice of
JAMES T. TUCKER, ,
Salpl. -if 26 Carondelet Street.
-.--- ---- ----cc
Meacarrnt' SovUrmna PcuEar
_Fon ST. Loue, CArno,
* ' -az and the Bends
The steamers of this line will leave as
follows, at 5 P, M.
Giving through bills of lading over
the Illinois Central Railroad to al
pointst on Arkansas, White and Cumb
erland rivers. Through bills of lading
and passenger tickets issued to all
points on the Upper Mississippi. as
high as St. Paul. of
Plans of cabin may be see and state- of
r.ow' secured on application to by
STEVENOSON & VEI4ALNDER. ed
136 Gravier street. n
J(HN F. BAKER, President. of
Bills of lading overthe Illinois Cent- 181
rail Railroad signed only attheoffice of a,
JAS. T. TUC'KER.
26 Carondelet street. to
t1 -------- rel
N E W ORLEANS, CHICAGO re
AND THE WEST.
THE I.IJNOIT CENTRtTL RAILROAD Di)
Blue Line, Via Cairo,, . wh
S WILL TAKE FREIUHT e
¥FFrom New Orleans on irst- the
Lt \IVINU DAILT, AT 5 P. M., FOR
('AIRO. CHICAGO, AND ALL tIel
POINTS NORTH, WEST AND p
EAST. AT THE LOWEST w,
All rates and all through bills of po
lailiug friom New Orleans by above
r'it,' given, sigued and recognized
oily- :,t thle (encral Office of the Com,
Ipury. No. 26 Carondelet Street. MA
lhippers by this route save all dray
age and trunsfer charges at Cairo, .
as11l their goods are always under n
Gcovr, and no charges are madle for
TJ MF.S T. TUCKER,
General Agent. I
BATON ROUGE. - m
h XiNew Orleans, Coast, Baton Ed
Rougeand Groso Tete Rail- bel
rosa geni weekly pasIen
W. R GP.TrOrroE, Master;
JAmUs MCELIO.r, Clerk, ba
Will leave New Orleans every SgAvrTanr, DL
at P. M., andWulwssoL, at G P. M.
SFo treight or passage apply on board, let
E O. MIaruao. 11 ConCi street.
For St. Louis, Cairo and Memphis. .
Se The sterner KATIE,
J II Wan,,, Master; will
leave New Orleans for above ports on
June 10; June 24;
SATURDAY, SATtRBDAY, j
July 8: July 22.
For froight or pasage apply on board, E.
J. JANNEY, No. 150 Common Street. enc
A. A. GREEN, No. 196 Common 8treemt
Where a plan of the embin sen e see
MILLINERY ESTABLJIB mENT.,
FALL AND WIXTER
qaevery deuoriplia, jist reoived at
I .. CHARTRES STREET ...s
(be e Omal ,.a mteembote.)
U NDERTAK E
-s mQea-im mertme
The following p and reo
lutions *ere adopted b the State
Convention of Georia held in At
St,, i . u 3,a 871:
p WE ,a, The peculiar condition!
of th colored peope in the South
i era States, growing out of a om.
biastioa of l scuse, does, in the j
in judgment of this Convention, de
m scand a more practical understand
. ig and mutual co-operation, to the
. d that a more thorough union of
action, and orgaiznation emay
a tit; and
Whereas, We believe a convention Z
of the Southern States would most
happily supply this exigency and
receive the cordial endorsement of I
the colored citizens of said States; m
L Resolved, That we the members
of the Georgia State Convention
t, now assembled, do authorize the
President of this Convention to is
Sone a call, i the name of the said
Conveiztiop for a Southern States
Convention, to be held at such time
and place as he, and those with
whom he may advise, shall deter
mine best adapted to the publie
The above is a true extract from
the minutes of the Georgia State
J. S. STOMELY,
Secretary of the Convention.
B To Ilb Colored Citizens of the States
of Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware,
r Florida, Georgja, Ieltuckv, Lonisi- a
ana. Tennessee, Maryland, Misis- Di
sippi, Miouri, North Carolina, II
South Carolina, Texas, Virgini
West Virginia and the Distriet of E
Having been deputed, in pursuance m'
of the above rffolution, as Presidea$
of the Georgia State Convention, and -
by the endorsement of the distinguish
ed gentlemen whose names are sub
joined, we do hereby call the alive
named Convention to meet in the city wil
of Columbia, Soult Carolina, on the VI
18th day of October, 1871, at twelve tio
As the Convention dlid not advise as to
to what should constitute the ratio of
representation, we suggest that the
respective States e~ representatively ap
portioned the samne as they are in the Re
Congress of the United States, to wit, m
One delegate from each Congressional
District, and two from the Distric.t of
Columbia. The several Congressional
Districts will elect their own delegates, 'I
which electedidelegates may meet and
elect two for the State at large, unleuss
the respective States shall otherwise R(
provide by State (4,nventions.
Those who may be accredited as
delegates, should muaet the Convention
prepared t.) remain in session one
week, if necessary, as questions requir. p
ing mature delilberation will doubtlesa
come before it, and should not he die
posed of precipitently.
H. M. TURNER,
President Ga. State Convention.
MAcrON, (in., May 29, 1M71.
A few of many gentlemen endors
ing the call:
Alalmoa- -Hon. James T. Rapier.
Arwnso.q --Hon. J. T. White.
lklauirev--Howard Day, Esq. Bi
Florida ---Hon. Johnathan C.
Gibbs, Secretary " of State; Hon.
Josiah T. Wall, Hon. H. 8. Har
G(orgia- -Hon. J.. F Long, Hon. lies
Edwin Belcher, Hen. T. G. Camp
bell, Hen. J. M. Simnms, J. F.
Quarles, Esq. era,
Kenluc!--W. . H. Gih~on, Eeq.,
G,. W. Dupee, Eq. pS
Loi.ion,o- Hon. P. B. H. Pink-.
back, Lieutenant Governor O. J. b
Mar9asd--Iase Meyero, Esq,
W. M. Perkins Esq., John H. But
Mnisippli--Hon. James Lynch,
Seciretary of State; Hon. E. Sear
North (iroina--Hon. James H.
Harris, Hon. George L. Mabson, J.
T. Schenck, Esq.
,oudh Carolina--Lieutenant Gov
ernior A. J. Ransier, Hon. R C. De
Large, Hen. RI H. Cain, Hen. Joe. J
Rainey, Hen. R. B. Elliott, Hen. F.
L Cardoza, Secretary of State.
Tennesse--Abram Smith, Esq. c&
Alfred E. McKinney, Esq., Henry
Harding, Esq., M. R. Johnson, Esq.
Texas-Hon. Richard Nelson,
Esq., Heon. J. T. Ruby.
Disirwt Coludmbia-Hon. Fred
erick Douglass, Hen. James A.
TO THE COIREDI CITIZENS OF m
Whereas we favor the Convention
contemplated in the above call, and re
desirosbf having the colored people
of our State represented in the same,
therefore we isme this call for a State
Convewation of the colored eitizens of
Louisiaa to meet on the
' E n or w avUGUr na ,nr,
in the city of New Orleas, for the
purpess of ulseting delegates to the
stohlums. tetncomuaato~ Thes.i.
of representation in said eonventios to
be the sme s U he b ower Womo
of tbo Oeds Assembl. O.
O. c. ANTsoI,
I. ]I. 3A3g3,
,. w. qUalI,
oLW m r. mVn, Im
,AUD Wa EB ,a .- *
. ,.m , -m f -1V.,
8.8 LaIan. E. W. LUan.
H- H. R. LEHDE & BRO.,
l rmnt Street, Curtr of Uies Stret
- .,ew Orleans.
S Ala s oapn h and a cboies selection
atd esh GROCERIES, Fn WINES and
of Family and Country Orders
I; Sý eted. No. 49 3mo
$70 Mvery teW'..l
e MADE EASY.
W. want Smart and Energetic Agents to
utroduce our popular and j untly celebra
ed invention., in every ialnye, Teoon
and (try , the, World.
Indispensable to Every
They are highly 4pprov, d of, endoaed
and maopted by Lrdies, Phyiv.ians and
Dirines and are now a (tREAT FAVOR
ITE with them.
Every Family will Purchase One o
of more of them. Something that their
merits are apparent at a GLANCE. In
S MILLINERS de
And all who keep FANCY STORES, ail
will ind our excellent articles SELL aa
VERY RAPIDLY, gives perftet setisfac- co.
tion and netting die
Waandal ]F9rtuuee gl
to all Dealer. and Agents. P1
Country tlights Free aiD
to all who desire engaging in an Ilonearde,
Respedtdde and Pyitble B,,s;,es., at the the
mine time doing good to their comlc- al.
nion in life Sample 4 e2.O, enut free by
mail on receipt of price. SEND FOR
WHOLESALE CIRCULAR. ADD)REISS,
ItaOerla Mfan lIficttulliba (co
17 PARK PLACE. NEW YORK.
ROOKELLERN,? S TA4TIOXERS
BARRETT, SEYMOUR & Co., t
PRINTERS AND LITHOGRA
CA) ('aump Street.,
C MOPOLITAN NEWS EPOT, Ti
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ET('., re
N. 94, E'rkanogp .All, lA'hter,,
Brien tille aind (,,di ,,'te., Ntew Or
All the large Northemrn and Western dai. PAl
More than one hnndred and sixty difY
erent pnblications received and sold.
Subscriptions received to all periodical
Aubcribers will be accountable for the
snb.cription as lung as tl,- do not send
back the paper, or notify otherwis,.
ALBERT EYRICH, - C
Bookseller and Ntattloer
1., CANAL STREET,
New Orleans, La.
CARPENTERS, FURNITURE, &e
CaU. Sr. Bet in IUTy A Roana-row r S's.
.lohibg. Attended, to Pens haly.
The litrhell lauellsberg Frilitahr C.,,
VhJWVACTUBES AIID DECLEUr I ALL
YU RN IT UIR E,
Matura.ees, LookingGlases, Ae,
105 awd 105 Coap Btiaet, carner Pnydras,
bbn anlthiag n
IY-Mtam meturern, Imporuters
o' EVERY DEFSCBRIPTIO)N,
I00C5 AND IMEc,
I5Nq5 PACKING & HOSE,
Ms peawz, mo.l P am rw Br., N. Y
* KWll3WaU PmD Am
DRY GOODS & CLOTH QfNQ
WHO BUY FIRST (LASS DRY
-FOR cAH-- . C
Will ind their money spent more to their i
BRASzELMiN& ADA M'V
t CASH HOUSE
SA Olanc. through their imaense stock
lk, Satins, Real Popr dsh, s~ss
MsinC, cashmesZ, . Clo-s,
Fronamms, Arabs, Shaw
o Flanas", Lacesabr, Ebr
rise, Gloves, Coarswee Vl
vets. Ribbons, rassols,
Ete., Etc., Etc.
586.... . . ..and.......... .. 88'
Magazine street, cor. St. Adraw,
fIS (ELLANEO Us.
STHE PEOPLES COMMERCIAL
E eawrtmeznt o!f
&traight Unfiver y. ll.
Located over the Freedmens Savings
114 Carondelet St.
OPEN DAY AND EVEN NO. NO VACATION. 1
The old and young can enter st this
Institution any day, no distinction 1
made in regard to race or color. The i
design of the Institution, is to furnish i
opportunities to those wishing a rapid, 1
thorough, and practical btminess edu- 1
cation. fifty to one hundred per cent.
saved by students, by taking the rapid I
connrciol course. Parties having ofl -5
dinary ability, who have entirely ne- 317t
glected their edneation now have the
opportunity to qualify themselves for'
almost any position in the State, in P
an incredible short time.
From two to thnue months is all
that requires to complete the commer. I
al enurse. Terms reduced to suit the Sen
For fiurth.r informaltio,n call at the
College, or address
Prof. A. T. Selever,
It7 . CANAL STREET . ..167
No. 9 CAMP STREDT.
- * can
CXEalJpJ s .WTNTm
Maonfacturers and Draler
BOOTS AND SHOES, fact
Trunkos, V'alimem and Bag, der,
We repectaflly give notice that they have to o
remowved to the large and centrally losted mer
No 167 Canal Mtretl, ll
Near Dauphine. try 4
WINlbtL& C0oo P1.
PAINTING, GiAZING, CALROININGQ. n ."
GRANTILING, FRESCOING, ii
GIRANTING, SIGN PAINT- thr
ING, WALL PAPERING.
OUce No. 84 Dryades Mtreel, men
Near Union Street. Rpe
GOLORES SEAMEN'S NOME e"
NO. 91 FRONT LEVEE,
THIRD DI'TRrT, , 17.
Boarding and Lodging A
--FO --- DDai
m mB W a. 2 M lo
TIE PEOPLE'S 1e00
THE BOOK OF THE DAY. Ci
The Louisiana Magitrate -
A GUIDE OF DAILY SE TO THIE
JUDGE, THE PARISH OFFI
CE, THE LAWYER, THe
BUSINES MAN, AND
Comatining the most ecessary Iaa.rm -
lion on qaestions of every day e
SET OF FORMP B FOR
EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE
BaRRETT, SEYMOUR a 00.,
mhI l ti -xo. aU Updurs
Ca'r p n te rand guilder,
37....JULIjA Ral t ....3a7t
mr u m
Abesgeuag. lA te a
Imwns as a ar w WANT
tTI orporated August I7 m .
IcaEiLus T. OWARn .. Pam..N.
j8INGLE NUMBER LOTTERY,
ir ma ..rmQ Cni owm sM00 Namms.
CAPIAL PIE -- - - $50,000.
TO BE DRAlWN IN 1NEW OSLEA ON
:stiytn,M. 1 n7
HOWARD, 801ONm aaCa., gomatea
2~0,000 UMxao -T or..w $S.
I p ise of $U000 is..........960080
I prixe of 1600 s.......... S000
1 prim of 0,000 ts.......... 9000
e 1 pe of 14 is......... 10)
lpri of 900 is.......... ,pm
Iprie of 7.000 is.......... 7000
Srie of 000 ism.......... 00
1 oF 000 iso.......... ,00
1 s te 2000 is.......... 4,000
p1 v of 000, . .
I pee of 1,000
1 psia orf 1,00
pri of 1,000
Sprie of 1,000
1 pri of 1,000
1 preof 1,00
1 pris of 1,000
1 pnie of 1,000
I prie of 1,000
I prise of 1,000
1 prime of 1,000
1 priseof 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prie of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prie of 1,000
I prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
I prize of 1000
1 prize of 1,,00
50 prizes of 500 are 95,000
317 prizes of 500 are 63,450
444) prizes amoantiag to $200,40
Whole tickets $30; shares is
Prizes payable in fhi without
Ordern to be addrmmsd to.
CHL T. HOWARD,
Lock Box 091 Post1oee, New Orleans.
Rend Postode y M 'ey order or Register
i - - --- -
xta & W'PMil
EALER IN ALL.THE
and moot U.eftll Patents of
We beg to call public attention to the
fact that we are now. prepared to All or.
ders for the latest novelties in the line of
patented gtods, and are constantly adding
to our large stock, such artclels of real
merit as the fnventive spirit of the age
produces, and the progreedve temper of
the times demands. The Southern Coun
try ppecily, needs these hbor..nving
inventions; to our friends in the country
extend an invitation to call and examina
-our tack of UOVl5· OLD an AIM VrTrN
Inveutor can obtalin information
through our Agency, of the coaaurse to be
pursued in obtaining pateit, the moons
oPflANDl O TEn PATENT omCE, Oovetrn
ment fees, ke., e.
Applications made, and C·arveats led,
speediIg and effeetively throuth our oleo
inD AT La cost TO Tan mntarthon
personal applieation at Wehlagono. For.
HTAGG A O'NEL,
IM Canal wtreet.
S New Orlesz.
17. ...CHARTRE8 STREET..I17
A BROUSSEAU & CO., Imaner ad
low price :
FIA)OR OIL O?3R
Cortain and Uphostsm' Materil,
Window Shades, Table Cover, Nair
(~othe, ace Ourtais, Cornice, ete,
Mrs. E. LCdraig,
285 Poyd#e. stesL
> oa mets , a1sate Irga and
Leemtt. oebi week dime to der.
o0. M)0. 8i). , 500.
Sold within the PatE 'wo
dpo ts for itselt