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I . ,, Charle 'l'hlmaus, Al'xasu
' "l'i'ua lnd Ii. R. Kcarsni ad
.. I ii,, uceting. The last two
, lo I evotsi (if the Custorhou.se
. ,. P'hdlipls, who brought up
,,.ade sucuh a fearful ex
:.. t the tyrauny aud rascali
; t Customhouse ring that
:: :Lutxed resolutions passed with
: d, ,,,r-.emnent of all, save these
. 1,,li.als. I give you his re
* : - i.• : ;ly; as I can renleln
i v'r is the ouly man of brains
, te,, ( f1lrhouse frauds, but his
. aLdl political integrity
S I:1 alni bad columen
'h]::'miter of any party.
Ungr'ateful and(1 hypo
, .i: (,id, when lie was
L i-nt mand hilt crucilled,
_ . .:, b t.(l, the l epll ,
:, this State and gen
S.... !;t,l and there is an
, l :t ( iol, he will blush
, ,: t, , tinhe :eige'ls,
t, he iuegy ti'(il r'
S i :u tlI .I r. I'iniehbaik
ti.. I ul. illg eIheersl fior'
' Itt ,, , l,, . : ,l 1 ,
. t. .-.lf eli 1 .)el,- \V.;
SI:tIl".I. ('casve , 8. 1;.
: i il'ha.s W. Iowe'll,
I\. (' arhtr an II c. I ('se I's
.i.t ,lplty. I lix H er- .
S ,,. their utm,,,st ( in
' : I, ti, s of pl : k,, hl - it
cli olhirw ixe. tit e'aue a
the I ,.'libuliean lt u ly ;
, . ", It i ':l'l,., ', . l , '
i" , t lh, Sfate ('nf iril lFw
, :,. t .... ' ,:,t l, , ( fi ll a,, ·:ii nst all n1
': tlt 11... 1 , 1ll ii(: lationI ofi
It I~ ('~t' 1I~h~le~ix , !
~ . . , ', I" I ..c | ' ,,l''t his ow l]i
I (. n ti ,i therefore, le it
/ ITh:t we, the Relub- a
.. . dt :Laris.h, in ilass
S 1 l .. . e.1, ,Ieu,,un(e the ti
', ,',~ ,,C ('ll ii, t ioho sllse fratud i l- -
S.ki , lif1,, , a nl l declare that ij
. 1I I. ieidlte,1 therein are I';
, 1 .i tIhn.ling to the li
.. t , lu Itellulblia.: party'
1. " I jcullh I' i f Je'. j)4
ITht we heat ltlv pll- '
tri" . i1.,, , lilis of the cln
r,. I ;t 'lurii erl liai ll, ili th ' :ht l
S\ , (rl'ea. :,. and al i thi" th
t.\ , J:, lt4 , h1, h1. eteI dl gate,
.. . . li-".1,, i k hI s :Lk etioll s p
i ih..t I he' .,ui is here- of
I , I u s i. raid:tlli,, . e,
. ./, That we i leno. il P aL I:ils
'. :11 aV t ll i1 . l tlc 1 Wl hol,, elaimi - s."
Sfte I, I ,l tulcalti.s, iendeleors by al l
e' a0 11 i. C .t-Ifmeilit oii.,4'e hl,,e. tI
I, t i u l . l i
. 1 ,,I/ That we indorse all re- 11
l "n; ihtrodnueed and pas.ed b,
. . ion hu.ill at Turnei'r Hall,
I I 1 1 .
' l ', ' l'rh t . we il hll eie fl i
kl, district, ane congrat- l n
in their judicious .elec- ,
.and ried Repulleicans r
.( , 'e.,ional eOllnuittre of g")e
/ Ihltf we elilOllleee as a Ii e
I . he ile ItRepublieans ]
h ' Iisle reslutions (clatih- rfe
14 , a.sed on th4 thir- ('11s
i .. I.\ult Icy the (us
. 4,,t4 , , if . it. Keoa'son, bm
I , ('K th'Jlk;fte, tlh' same, anei
4.. I kII ,.ry f . J eIG 'a r lo n in l
" ', I rjr,.entative lfor teft
,,,'(IIl known Democrat ts
t in IIir ,te,:ld; fel falsely
.. l.iI .lf as a delegate
4' , f this pariash in the hav
Th' rh heartily inlorse yea:
e u ee t flfisExeelleney .
I. . (' \\arnioth, and nc- 8011
4 41 :j the leader and will
., n ,f the National Re- M13o
" .t -41 this State.. and
14T iI we pledge ourselves
*" , lhtr nolninees of I
4 '4'414l.1h p'lrty of this pai.sh
':ud that we cordially in
" 44,'4 feiendk to return to
utl : copy of tho.se
' . .. hw'ded to flt
, i wrt elected as the
,.Iilfitijltee for the parish
44Vtn \-ilii, Ward, lice presi
, k " Thomas treasurer.
1 'ii..Y. 8ecretary.
rr Colresponditrg e Ado;
CxUM- Thomas Washington, BergeL a t-at
l ad- arms.
t two I certify that the above is a cor
house reet copy of the proc~edings of the
it up D. W. WHITE,
It ex- Corresponding Secretary Parish
scali- Executive Committee.
hese Democracy Doomed In New
em- The Democratic party driven
from the control of the nation
through its own mad folly in per
rais ting in enlarging its opport tlities
t his for the most diabolical 9f all rob
herity beri, viz: that of the Tife, liberty,
Wen- anid happiness of human beings
arty. found refuge in tie great city of
New York nul inumediately set to
Vp)- work to live up to its characteristics.
was fnahle, however, to rob humanity
ilic, of its life and libtrty in thUt locality
1 n11 id'1 thus coi in moiv oil unpaid toil
Sforced from lnwiilling vi'tinis Iv
the slave driver's lash, the Den,o
s an cratic party inituted a system of
lush rhherv as efthetual in raising up in
e, that eity a set of men not unlike I
il, the late slave-lholers of the South
Siii their power to, entolrt,, the will of
:1 free people,. The Ibinle and si(w
k f the I )etocral i plarty in New
for York city to-lay are the connter
part of the "poor white lpeo.lrle" of
"" the Sonth in tle pahntl daya of
slavery, rea:ly :ill willing to do the
bidding of their masters the Tam
;.: limany Iting. Like the slawvehollers
ll, of the South the Tammainy rin
wellhas ibeen allowed to go on from one
l- at of villanv to another, till finally t
its greed :and folly have awaked the .
ell- people of New York to a resista.ct v
*o,- to its further e't:ero).,elune1(lnts akin to "
athe great awakening of Ixli1, when
this I)ellmocraiti party was eing:agI
Sill robblr calculate , if sucRessful,
ill l:wing the whole natin It the
k it. Iry of a few slavehohhldrs. Thi.
' awakeininmg of I 61 was the knell of
:I I)'inlirat ic ascln leulncy in tlthe
nation. Patriot i,. I)enºi,,erat. allied
Iof thlense lIS with thIe paritv ot the
siII, i iiill, nild left in the -)'.11oc0rutii.
. - r:mnks 110110 lIt. ti (itors to th lt.i
l countlryi. To- ,l1V holne. 1)(Itnoeraty
' it ..lves vwith tie party of honesty,
nii- anlti -orrulli, ai ad free eprey -
55 sion of the popular will at the
ballot-hox. And to-day, as in 1861,
Ithe death k1nell ol f I)Demlcrati,, su
ii : liro'laiC( iin thIe State of New Y ,rk
hit is sOnildiiing. 'The ei\,olns from theli
are r :1il, s of t lie 14 11 h 'h (r: t it 1aty) of its
hle Ionst im.,,ll i. r1. S hals Itg'11 , and the11
Sl people will, 'with all the more es.',
• e able to see the at ikedne:,s and
',rrupti,,n that has ,.,en glossed
p- ver lby thlt,' presnlie i' thes honest
n 1 il its guilty ra111t. The iyb1
ihbliSe mieet'ling iln ('CTto-r Institute
ol n Mlondlay (wlning last was an
l"llt"l'outl~l.inL of th' ):.- Who feel that
(`' omr free. istilultiins l ,re i sn ii ukinent
nils ril in the tntiuneld aseendency
., of T:uilnlnlly ItnleraVey, and who,
I feeling tlhus, are :arne.st ill their
,,tcrmination to ulestrov this D l 1
asl moerncy frvI r. A Coaniiitt0,: oflf
I- seventyt , mnp s:-; ', of l)ll ]erats ,|
by , and I' epul b!liont, -, w\, 1", :l ppintedi i
to h arlry oit Ih'o ,, its or the P:"
u .eeti'ug. h'l14 resolutions ,f thei
mtig will Ie f11114 in anothler a
te- iolllInll. I tli,
, *- " .\, "- .\%!i,440 l ',1 ,1,t
STRAI GHT UNIVERSITY.
S Tile Fall term will conluence
Se pt. 20th. The following depart
iieits wvill then open:
Er.,:MsENut~\. T,) train students in 1
l the rudimeiits of ]iknowledge,, Ily day
and evening schools. gir
- Ac.tEuMre - In which studlents are
i plrepared for college, or receive aW.
Sgood Eiglish education.
(',bL.. n:, ' - Inu hii.h a Fraih
a meu class w\\ill ,e oPrganizied. at
i N, au.r.-- Arraigedl with lsp lc;al F
- refircc t, tthe tlncation o, f tr:ach- or I
S ('.ictUai-u.i-- To fit hfuth-nts f.,
Ordin:ry tuiiot ,, one ,dollr" per I
monthIl. Those intending to Ie
teachers, are admitted free of clharge.
M ost of the bool:s are loaned to the len
S Wortlhy, ajd nieedy students will Jo
have their tuition remiittel. ISAT
- hbre than a tho.iin studlents a"
have been ill atte;ndance tlhe it F.l
Aplly early to Pev. l)r. Tholmnp- J.
Sson, at the UITniversity. Stuldents .
w \ill be examnined for adplis~p on
tiMonday and Tuesday, S.lt. 18th
and lIth. '7.l
New Orlacis, Sept 1, 1871.
FANCY 0DElS BALL of
W'ill be G(iree at( i
(N SATLIRDAX .EPT. 2:1',. ls71..
oIlamittee ou Arraigeetl. t.
W. PAUL OGEEN. Win. MOORE.
AHTItTIUr NOEL. JULF. BOHU'TTE,
Win. BAUDUIT. PAUL HERO.
Wloor 1 a.Rsjaer. T
AOGUtsdTlUi LEE, THOI. Lo a WLL M..
AUSIC BY myn
Irlly's Brass and String lBands.
Admaision, . 50c. j.l
. 13Ar L("adMy ,tI,,iltted ithout a (u( lliet.
ant-at- STEAM BOA S. -
a cor- CAIRO.
of ST. LoIR AND Naw ORLEANS PACIEr
Parish FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Illinois Central Railroad Packets
FoR IMMPws, CAIaO
am d the em&.-Tm. ais
New te ass teamers of
this line will leave as follows:
Giving furough bills of lading to all
driven points on the Memphis and Charleston
nation Railroad, Nashvilla and Northwestern
eRailroad, and IMemphis and ohio Rail
road--also to St Leas.
iib- Through Ticht famiahsd at lowest
-ro- rotes to all pdia East, West ad North,
bertns by all the various routes via Memphis,
Cairo and St. Louis. Staterooms se
ity to cured at General Oflioe, 104 Common
,si. A. . A . WOODS, General Agent,
ullut3" 104 Common Street.
Ca toil C. G. WAYNE, Freight Agent,
Stoil . 7 Natchez Street,
s i bv JOHN N. BOFLNGER. President,
em of Bills of lading & all freights over
upi iu the Illinois Central Railroad; signed
inlike at the othice of
South, JAMES T. TUCKER, e
will of apl. -tf 26 Carohltlet Street. I1
lNew I:Mr('HANT,' ý)'TiTEuin PAKET
" of .- Foe ST. LouIs, CAsso,
, , he MsnlPsand the Bends
_T'ii- The stamerlns of this line will leave as
-tino fhllwes. at 5 P1, M.
n one Giving through bills of lading over
inallv the Illintis Central Railroad to al
I the poinits on Arkanas, White and (lun ib
titlc'e',I'rl:nld riverls. Through bills of lading
tin to ial .jassenge.r tickets issued to all
whtihen lint: ion tilt) Uiiwr Missi.ssippi. us
g high as St. l'aul.
I Ith P:,lt oif e:lain may be see and state- ,f
'h ,, b'e el.',tilurd oni applhcation to h
il of I'TEVENSON & VERLANDER. e]
the Agents, jo
ilied 135 ('ra\ier stre, t. n
the I JOHIIN F. BAKER, President. of
r iat l ill- of lading over the Illinois Cent- 1I
thtri tll i. lrt4~ sign.d oTnly at tlhoflice of o't
JAS. T. TUCKER.
eu 26 Carondelet street. to
the , NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO r
su AND THE WEST. Cu
)liTHE iLINois CENTRAL RAIILROAI Di
the AND ' i
Blue Line, Via Cairo, wh
sc~el , r oL WILLTAKEFREIGHT hl'
=L " lFrom New Orlealn on first- tih
`p't .clas steamers, pr
tfllt i..viN; I.Ir., AT s P. M., F 1
al GAIItO, C(ICAGO, AND ALL 1h.l
that I' d1NTS NOITH,WESST AND lev
Cut EAST. AT THE LOWEST wet
Al1, - -oi
heir All jt4's and all through bills of po
D laliah from New Orltans by allove
ats o.rfunt t;ive.n, signed and rectognized
fatlp ,oIl at the (Gtc'nral Office of tie (Cou
tihe pl ', N,,.. ,; .Caroudelet Mtrei't. M
the Shiplrs hby this route eavn all drav
her av.' ;Ihdt tratinsfer cha'rges at Cairo, tunc
uiul their goods are always under
c·,ver. and Io charges are made for
JIAMFES T. TUCKER,
theneral Agent. i
rt BATON ROUGE. i
SN, w Omleanm, (seut, BIaton Ed
_IRougeand Grosse Tete Rail- el
SJen tt road semiweey pasaten- u
ST. JOHN. 0
o Vn . I. (IEAUTmOu.E, Master;
JAMan MctELaoV, Clerk,
W ill loive New Orllansl every SArmTay,
at 5 i'. M., andUIWRI)NWnDAY, at 5 P. M.
S For freight or p:ssage apply o board, le,
E. If. MELwN e, 11 Conti street. e
; ST. LOUIS.
- -- Har
S For St. Louis, Cairon and Memphis. T.
h . The Steamer KATIE,
____ _J. M Wmrz Master; will e
lhIe leave Now Orleans for above ports on Rai
ill June 10; June 24; Alfr
SATURDAY, BATURDAY, Ha
I July 8: July 22.2
Fat For freight or passage apply on board, Eaq
p J. JANEY, No. 160 Common Street. eric
A. A..\. GREEN, No. 196 Common Street Hal
L1 TO '
FALL AND WINTER Foas
sTOCK OP of o.
MILLINER Y GOODS con,
of every description, jitt received at
P . R . "A" R 2.I 1"M in V
Z.. .C,ABTBESSTRBET.. .9 Soct
(betweeu Caspl sad Q ombqussI ) o
& That desirable hfubily reee
on Claibuae skidesbt W PS1
myra and Gaas&qut. ?og frther
particulaMs plj to
HC . M. BOBINSON,
m'ff Coabran l PIa ee
i Call for a Southern States Con
The following preamble and reso
lutions were adopted by the State
SConvention of Georgia, held in At
ets lanta, Prebruary 3, 1871:
eo W aRs, The peculiar condition
Se of themolored people in the South
of ern States, growing out of a com
bination of local cause, does, in the
to all judgment of this Convention, de
leaton mand a more practital understand
stern ing and mutual co-operation, to the
iail- end that a more' thorough union of
effort, action, and orgaiznation may
west exist; and
rth, Whereas, We believe a convention
phis, of the Southern States would most
ao happily supply this exigency and
imn receive the cordial endorsement of
the oolored citizens of said States;
reet. Resolved, That we, the members
rt, of the Georgia State Convention
reet, now assembled, do authorize the
t, President of this Convention to is
over sue a call, in the name of the said
ed Convention for a Southern States
Convention, to be held at such time
R and place as he, and those with
rest. Iwhom he may advise, shall deter
mine best adapted to the public
The above is a true extract from
the minutes of the Georgia State
O, J. S. S'naLm.v,
Schretary of the Convention.
To the (',,lored (itizens of the States
of Ablmma, Arka.enmas, Delaware,
iver Florida,hQInrgia, Kentumky, Lonisi
,d ann, Tennessee,, Maryland, Mitsis
n sui'ppi, Mi.issoi, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Texta,. Virginia,
SWeist Virginia and the District of
all 'olumbia: c
us Having Iwenm depultel, in pursuance F
of the alH,ve rtsoletion, as President
to- of the (hiorgia State (Con,vention, anid
by the endorsement of the distinguilsh
R. eOi geutlemin whose names are suh
its, joined, we dil hereby call the above
t. named Convention to meet in the city
of Columbia, Mouth Carolina, on the
ut- 18th day of Octolwr, 1s71. at twelve
of o'clockk II.
As the Convention did not advise as
et. to what should constitute the ratio of
representation, we sugges tmat tha t
reiepective States i rei ,resentatively ap
portioned the sale as they are in the F
Congress of the United states, to wit,
One delegate from each Congressional
1) Distric.t, andi two from the District of
C(olumbia. Time several Cngressional
Distriets will elect their own delegats,
which elected delegates may meet and
ET helut two for the State at large, unless
.t- the respsetive States shall otherwise S
Iprovide y State Conlvenltionls.
Those wiho may le accredited as Wa
delegates, should iwmeet the Convention iug
preIparc to reimain in session one Ta
week, if necessary, as questions requir
ing mature deliberation will doubtless
coul,, lsi:for it, and should not he ,iis
Is posed trf precipitently. .
M-m:,t Ilbsle.tfumlly, ldri
H. M. TURNER, s
i- ]'Pre-sident (in. State Convention.
MAct,O, Ga., May 21), 1871. at
A 'ew of many gentlemen endors- a
ing the call:
r Alahma -Hon. James T. Rapier. pric
Arlna,s -Hn. J. T. White.
Ien.amre- Howard Day, Esaq.
Floridt, Hon. Jodmathan C.
Gibbs, See.retiary of State; Hon.
Josiah T. Wall, Hon. H. S. Har- A
(h,'iryia - Hn. J. F Lomng, Hon.
n Edwin Beleher, Hon..T. G. Camp
I. ell, lHon. J. MI. ,Simmus, J. F.
- Quarks, E.q1.
Am-imnh,.k! -W. H. (libson, Esq.,
0. W. Dupee, Esiq.
Amtisin,,j-- Hon. P. B. S. Pinck- RO
back, LieutenanM t Governor O. J.
Marylnd ,--Isaac Mevers, Esq, B
W. M. Perkins, lEsq., Jkb;hn H. Bnt
IMi.si,' -pi-Hon. James Lynch, PR]
Secretary of State; Hon. E. Scar
N'orh ('~,oli,ma-Hon. James H.
Harris, Hor. George L. Mal~son, J.
T. Schenek, Esq.
Soelth C(ar,'lia- -Lientenant Gov- -
ernor A. J.. Ransier, Hou. R. C. De
Large, Hon. R. H. Chin, Hon. Jos.
Rainey, Hen. R. B. Elliott, Hon. F.
L Cardoza, Secretary of State.
Tuinmrv',e-Abram Smith, ESq.
Alfred E. McKinnev, Esq., Henry ,
Harding, Esq., M. R Johnson, Esq. R.i,
7hse--Hon. Richard Nelson,ldean
Esq., Hen. J. T. Ruby.
Dimrid if cohumibia--Hon. Fredl- Al
erick Douglass, Hon. James A. ii
* -- ereni
TO THE COLORED CITIZENS OF Bu
Whereas we favor the Convention su
iontemplated in the above call, and are sa
desirous of having the colored people heck
of our State represented in ~lepame,
therefore we iassne this call for a State
Convention of the' colored citizens of C
Louismna to meet on the
lte DA or AuovBer nxT,
in tmhe city of New Odbaamn,. jhe
purpose of electing delegates to the CO
Southern State. ouvention. The basis
of repreentatio in said conentioa to
be tie ame as that to the Houe
of the General Assembly. Th
P. B PINiEBACK,
C. C. AJrTPE ..
OBCAR J. DUNNe
GEORMGE Y. iurSO,
-se e C.A. A.
. YEW AD 'ERTISEMLYT&
n- H. B. Luana. E. W. Lram.L
eso- H. R. LEHDE & BRO.,
No. 79 -1 & 88.
de- mure Street, Coenr of UNlO Street1
the New Orleans.
rA lways on hand a choice selection
oot of fresh GROCERIES, fine WINES' and
rs Family anid C'ontry Orders
ion Soliclted. No. 49 3mn
id ILLIVP*Y %TOIL 6
Les .." -
;I MRS. A.M.PARRISH.
lie FIRST PIEE flU3M
:tt ihirt aker º
N0.221 CANAL STREET,
' .New Orleans, La.,
t, Particular attention paid to the
"manufacture of Gent.s' Under. or
clothing ; alsoBa.o Bull Club and
t Firemen's Uniforuillade to order. In
id - -
BRANCH OF THE NEW YORK t
SEmsporiumn of Fashdon t1
Repretclatd by Mrs A. A. odle and
rs. K. E. LiaeNln. '1
OF ALL KINDH, PFROM al t
HEAD DR ENN
TO HOSIER Y,
SUITS IN ORFAT VARIETY,
Wrappers tingle or Double, Undercloth
I iug of every description, Night Dreses, 1
Trail and Walking Skirts, Chenise,
Drawers, Suck., Over Skirts, Aprons, &c.
Orders taken fir weddlling Outfits, ('hil
lr,:dt and Infants' W ndrlr,,-, 'uits and
Ihween in the Lat.-,t t"t le, ailll unlppliel
at siort notice.
O-"The TRAI)E snpljlied at New York Tr
Sample Roomli, No. 21
AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S
FllYT PiEMIUM 1SHIlT IANIFACTORY. PAIl
ia'Orders r.slM.,tfully solicit. r i.
Mrs. A. OOKTALE,
M3w. K. E. !INCOLN.
1BO0KSE!LJL'Rs, STA- T'JI()ONA'R
BARRETT, SEYMOURI & Co.,
PRINTERS AND LITHOGRA
PHE RS, N
COSMOPOUTAN RNEWS DUN,
STATIONEBY, BOOKS, ETC.,
No. 94, R r'hangq. Alley, ls'hreen'
Riniilleand (',nli Street., Nero Or
All the large Northern aod Western dai
More than one hundred and sixty diff- A
erent publications received and ,sold.
8ubscriptionsu received to all periodical
Mebecribern wil be acecmntae for te
a ariptina., long as they do not send
rlek the paper, or notirfy otherraie
CARPENTERS, FURNITU'RE, dc
J ULIU&.P. BROW N.
Cnu.aSr. Bet Fuagr & BoURartoN Br'" For
JoWhp. Atnd.dl o Pdl . +
The Mitche i Ramn*hbrlg
FIIIIT RIE Ca.,
- walro sM s o Ail ]swas o1r
WoITJNG- . 1.. e 87
10 and 105 Camp sense eom Podagy,
DRY GOODS d CLOTHING.
WHO BUY FIRST O(LAhS DRY
Wll and thser money spent more to their
i atiaetion at
BRA SELMA & ADAM'S
.d CASH HOUSE
A Glance through their immewe stock,
and Silks, Satins, Real Poplins, Phidl. .. es, r s
Merinos, Cashmeres, Emp. Cloth';,
Formonas, Arabs, Jacketb. Shawlm
Sackings, Cloakings, cloths,
Flannels, Laces, Embroide
ries, Oloves, Corsets, Vel.
vets,' Ribbons, Parasols, 2
Etc., Etc., Etc.
1684 ..............and......... 588
H Magazine street, cor. St. AtLdrew,
MIf 'IRLLANEO US'.
THE PEOPLES COMMERCIAL
Ntraight Universil*.. Y
Loca.ted over the Freedmens Savings 1
he 114 Carwudelet St. 1
'r- OPEN DAY AND EVENING, NO VAC('ATION.I
~1 The old and young caIn enkur at thiu.
r. Institution any day, no distilwtioni
madell ia regard to ra-e or color. Thet
. design of the Iunstitution, is to fuIrnlish
oplportunities to thos,, e wishing a rapid, t
thorough and practictal lusiusa edu
cation, fifty to one hundred lWr cent.
saved by students, Iy taking the rapid I
I comer,'itl wurs. Parties having or- 50
dinary ability, who have entirely n,-; 31
gleted their education now have the 4i4
Sopportunity to gpalify themselves for W.
:lmost any po.ition in the State, in ! '
all incredible shorbt time.
From two to thre- months is all
that requires to conlpIlete t tile Colnla-er
at course. Terms reduced to nsuit the Sneul
For further inforlmatio,n call at the
College, or address -
Prof. A. T. .-le,,ver,
167 ..CANAL STREET.....167;
No. 9 CAMP STREET.
.Mannfacturers and I)elars.
BOOTS AND SHOES, Etwt t
Trunaks, V'alikes and Rage, der.
We repectfully give notice that they have to oil
removed to the large and centrally located merit
No 167 C('anal Street, the ti
Near Dauphine. try e
PAINTING, LAZING, CALSOMINING, "
(GRANTILING, FRESCOING, Inyrou
GI4NING, SIGN PAINT- iprs,
ING, WALL PAPERING. oeA
Oie No. 84 Dryades Ntreelt, p
Near Unlion ntreet. !".p
OLORED UEAMEN'S HOME ir'"u
NO. 91 FRONT LEVEE,
Boarding aund Lodglg A 1
i A as aI N. low
I - - - -- _____________________
THE PEOPLE'S B00 CA
THE BOOK OF THE DAY.
JUST OUT. Cloth
The Louisiana Magistrate. -
A GUTIDE OP DAILY USE 'It) THE
JUDGE, THE PAIIISII OFFI
CER, THE LAWYER, THE
BUSINES8 MAN, AND
Contaising the most neceesary informa.
ion on qnestiom of every day use, a00
SET O FORMS 8OR
ALL CONTRACTS OF
EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE
For sale by
BA ET, SEYMOUR & CO.,
GOeneal eti ama d law Publiebr,a
inh3o. tl No. e Cap .e..
Carpnterrand ilder*. 1
r .... t.Jttl staU r...Ts18
'G. t LOTTERIE "S.
IIUJINA 11TE 1TTElT eFIN_
StY Incorporated August17, 166
clIfALEB V. HwARDD.. PRamgy
SINdOLE NUMBER LOTTERY,
their Ln Scauzal ONLY 90,000 Numa .
1i ±y I mA - - - - - 00,0
TO BE DRAW IN NEW ORLEANS ON
t sharday, 3ep.M, 1891,
HOWARD, SIIMONDS & OO., Coamtr'A
20,000 NumER--ncTIcKr otr $20.
1 prize of $50,000 is...... $50,000
I prize of 30,000 is.......... 30,00
1 prize of 20,000 is.... .. L,000
88 1 prize of 10,000 is.......... 10,000
Iprize of ,000 i........ . ,00(
Iprizeof 8,,000 is........ 8,000
1 prize of 7,000 i.......... 7,00
_I prize of 6.00 is......... 6,00$
1prize of 5,000 as....... 5,000
1 prize of 4.000 is.... .. 4,000
S prize of 3,00 is.......... 3,00
1 prize of 2,000 is ......... 2,000
prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prise of 1,000
1 prizve of 1.000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,0f00
1 prize of 1,1014
1 prize of 1,IN0)
1 prize of 1,0(00
1 prize of 1,01(1)
1 prize of 1,( a000
1 prize of 1,(000
1 prize of 1,000)
1 prize of 1,010) are $25000
1 prize of I,tIN)
I prime of 1,000
1 prize of 1,010O
n I Iprize of 1,0110
1 prize of 1,000
'I p1 ,rizre &of 1,00
I prize of 1,000
I prize of 4
1 prize of 1,000
U 1 prize" o"f 1,Oim
t, I prize of 1,01M0
I prize of 1,000
-') prizes of 514) are 5,000
317 prizes of o500 are 83,450
' 444) pries amounting to *144)
S rWhole tickets $20; ha in proportion.
U Prizes payable in full t de elon.
Orders to be addremned
CHS. T. IWARD,
Lock Box 61.2 Postoffice, New Orleans.
feud Postoffice Money order or Registe r
DEALER IN ALL THE
anlid uost Usefldl Patentl 4't
We. beg to call publio attention to the
Imect thut we are now prepared to 11 or
ders. for the lates-t novelties in the line of
patented goods, and are constantly adding
.to our large stock, such articles of
'merit as the inventive spirit of the ago
prlthwces, and the progressive temper of
the tines demands. The Southern Coun
try especially, needs thesw labor-avlng
inventions; to our friends in the country
extend an invitation to call and examine
,nrstock of BousgaoLwD AoN PA INrI
Inventors can obtain informationa
through our Agency, of the course to be
jIirslued in oldaining patents, the monus
UoPERANDI OF THE PATENT OLsom, GoeLn
tnent fees, &e., &e.
Applications made, and Carets led,
I speedlily and effectively through ner oBoe,
AND AT LEN. COST TO TU INTUNTO n then
!wrsonal aplicatiou at Wauhingto. For
$TAGGI & O'NEILIL,
tA IdET WAREHOKUSE
17. ...CHARTRES STREET..17
A BROUSSEAU & C'O., Importers and
Dealers at Wholesale and Retail, oer at
low prnee ;
FLOOR OIL CLOTH,
Cretain and Upholaterem' Maeral,
Window Nlhades, Table Cover Hair
C:ioths. lace Cunrtains. ,ornieu s ,
Mrs. G. E. Craig, .
283 Poydram steet.
sBae te, Regai, 1hne ad
ioettes. Boeiety work doe to erdw.
00. 500. 500. i00..
Sold within the Past Two
Months under a'al
Ntot on .
Speak. for it.st
'5 O 9lesas Ro se
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