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. ,,:: ',tence and begins
ha Speech is like a shy
sy balking mule. At
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n;ocrince of mi-takes.
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'very c ttious and secre
S:titlre without that talent
n.;inss, whic'h tends to pro
nn. mi upon anothers, or if
. vely s,'nsitive, so that
S ,h,-s like a lancet, it is St
: ;.,t he will succeed as a
N . Led-L'r.
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n-. hshman, has to say
.:v.i cx.uinations for the
r.::. u hi, own country:
. :at Britt:tn we have of late B
1I .; l i\,trn of competitive
in t a aI means of discern
• .'. nis qul iti':itions for office.
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t- ,u I,u.in adopted in China,
.t -,t inadequate one for its
it detects qualitications
,r itle needed, and fails I,
t"d 1 scovCr those which
' ',,tde(l. It is a bringing
'hi; world to the schools. I
reasons given for its
, :Ir, t hat it lprevents job- !o
Sr It-. men in power from
nut' , a:t:l enucourages educa- I
,', ,I. ! .i very good ob
I-,t ,dfrtunn:tely they are
:,, r'. mainr object, which is
S , and, if possible the
S,,i, ' certain em1plomyvets.
t- .xamunination is mainly
'.iiving those persons
i.t ti, have the burden of i
i,-;I,, from the responsibili- ni
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is specially adapted to the circle it is in- "'
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in a short time an immense success; for so
semething of its kind was desired in lIt
thonusndsl of families, and its publishers of
have tfilled the demand. The young lady It
who buys a single number of Harper's tul
Ilzar is nmade r sulbscriber for life.- -.%' thi
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Uier thaLn they may have been bLfore the
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rwk BATON ROUGE.
ans, Coast, Baton
irosse Tete Rail
i-weekly passen
I g6r packet
ST. JOHN.
W. R. GnaTnovsa, Master;
JAzsr McEtLor, Clerk,
ited Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. M.,
per- and SUNDAY, at 10 A. M.
her
fooR Beturning, leaves Baton Rouge every
een Monday and Thursday evenings.
luf. For freight or passage apply on board,
ion or to
ted i E. O. MELaxcox, 11 Conti street.
gn
ion GREENVILLE, VICKSBURG
as AND THE BENDS.
wl- Leaves on THURSDAY, at 5 P. M.
is
nal FOR VICKSBURG, DAVIS' Bend
co- GBEESVILLE AROTLE
Sunny Side, Egg's Point
Barnard, Grand Lake, Leo.
ly. ta, Maryland, Carolina, Pilcher's Point.
aly Skipwith, Lake Providence, Transylvania,
an Goodrich's, Millikens Bend, Duckport,
PL Vicksburg, Grand Gulf, St. Joseph, Rod
ney, Waterproof, Natchez, Bayou Sara,
x. Baton Rouge, Plaquemine,Donaldsonville,
gn. and all intermediate and Coast landings.
h- The new and magnificent steamer
'P
KATIE.
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Coast passengers with their freight.
Connects at Vicksburg with packets for
all points on the Yazoo and Tallahatchie
rivers.
For freight or passage apply on board
or to
JNO, JANNEY, Agent,
lr50 Common Street
CAIRO.
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is ST. LorIS A.D ENw OaLEnSa PACKEr
0,
COPANY. d
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
$, Illinois Central Railroad
or FOR MEMHPIS,
* and the rBends
passenger steam
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ly Giving through bills of lading to all
points on the Memphis and Charleston
E, Railroad, Nashville and Northwestern
th Railroad, and Memphis and Ohio Bail
ht road-also to St. Louis.
0l- Through Tickets furnished at lowest
, rates to all points East, West and North,
· by all the various routes via Memphis,
Cairo and St. Louis. Staterooms se- F
cured at General Office, 104 Common
treet.
et A. A. WOODS, General Agent,
104 Common Street.
C. G. WAYNE, Freight Aent,
37 Natchez Street, ."
JOHN N. BOFINGER. President,
Bills of lading for all freights over
the Illinois Centrald Railroad; signed
at the office of
JAMES T. TUCKER,
apl. 6-tf 26 Carondelet Street.
MERCHANTS' SOUTHERN PACKET
CoxPA.sr.
FoR ST. Loims, CAuo,
. nMEPcms and the Bends
- The steamers of this line will leave as
follows, at 5 P, M.
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the Illinois Centrand Railroad to al
points on Arkansas, White and Cumb
erland rivers. Through bills of lading en
and passenger tickets issued to all
points on the Upper Mississippi. as
Shigh as St. Paul. p
S Plans of cabin may be see and state
rooms securedl on application to
STEVENSON & VERLANDER. sulo
Agents,
S135 Gravier street.
r JOHN F. BAKER, President.
Bills of lading over the Illinois Cent
ral Railroad signed only at the office of
JAS. T. TUCKER
26 Carondelet street.
NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO
AND THE WEST. C
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.AILROAD)
Blue Line, Via Cairo,
WILLTAKE FREIGHT TI
From New Orleans on first
Icla.-. steamers,
LEVINGo DAILTY, AT 5 I'. M., Fra
CAIRO, CHICAGO, AND ALL
POINTS NOR'TH, WEST AND
EAST, AT THE LOWEST
RATES.
Ah rates and all through bills of
lading from New Orleans by above
route given, signed and recognized
only at the General Office of thie Com
pany. No. 26 Carondclet Street.
thilpers 1by this route save all dray
agi. antd transfr lcharges at Cairo, 1
and their goods are always under I
cover, and no chargei are made fo.r
forwarding.
JAMES T. TUCKER,
General Agetint.
ST. LOUI.
F ,,r S:. I li,-, Ca,"c and MClLtiki,. 2;
SSt,,m nr KATIE,
._ . 3 Wa rrME. MaIster: ill,
leavre Now ('a'* u:' f:,r above ports on
;SATURDAY, SATURDAY.
Juno 10: June 24;
SATURDA ", SATURDAY,
July 8: July ,*
For freight or passage apply on board, "l
or to
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SW A. GREEN. No. 196 Common Stree
Where a plan of the cabin can be seen
MILLINERY STORES.
MRS. A. M. PARRISH
ton
ail- FIRST PREMIUM
en
Shirt g aB
rk,
ii., NO.2l CANAL STREET,
,ry New Orleans, La.
Particular attention paid to the
manufacture of Gents' Under
- clothing ; alsoBase Ball Club and
Firemen's UniformMade to order.
BRANCH OF THE NEW YORK
ad
LE Emporium of Fashion
1O.
FOR LLDIES. .
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l rs I. E. Lincoln.
Z FURNISHING oo000:8
OF ALL KINDS, FROM
HEAD DRESS
r TO HOSIERY, I
ie
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Trail and Walking Skirts, Chemise,
Drawers, Sacks, Over Skirts, Aprons, Ac.
'r Orders taken for wedding OutfAt, Chil
drens and Infants' Wardrobes, suits and ti
Dresses in the Latest Styles, and supplied a
at short notice.
.#The TRADE supplied at New York g
prices. ]
IIl
Sample Room, No. it
Canal st., tl
AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S t
FIRST PREMIUI SHIRT MANlFACTORY. C
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All the large Northern and Western dai- rer
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More than one hundred and sixty diff
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Subscriptions received to all periodical
publications.
Subscribers will be accountable for the PA
rubscriptioa as long as they do not send
back the paper, or notify otherwise.
CARPENTERS, FURNITCRE, d·e
JULIUS. P. BROWN..
HOUSE CARPENTER
Casu. Sr. Bet VI.ET & RoBrrsoW ST8'
Jobbio,1. Atiended to Pu,'o.uully.
The Mitchell & Ramellsberg
FURNITURE CO.,
MNAUFAL TIIREES AND DF IER.APS I" AI.L KINDS OF
MATTRASSES,
LCOKING
(;LASSE~,, &c.,
10tua :u 1,j) CaLup -tro~t. corner I'oydra,
GRESQUE BUILDING,
New OnrLLs.
8T. PHIUP STORE,
230 ROYAL ST., CONER. G.'
ST; PHILIP
New Orlens.
B. A. ClAIPELLA. N
--CA3H DEALER In
lt apiand IaFan Dry ry Geeds,
TPMMIlNGS8 AND JfATSO 10
AT AUCTION PRICES8
DBY GOODS & CLOTHING.
PARTIES
WHO BUY FIRST (LASS DRY
GOODS
-FOR CAH-
Will find their money spent more to their
oatisotion at
BRASELMAN & ADAM'S
CASH HOUSE
THBA
ELSEWHERE.
he A Glance through their immense stock
--os
ºd Silks, Satins, Real Poplins, Plaids, Berges,
Merinos, Cashmeres, Emp. Cloths,
r. Formoses. Arabs, Jackets, Shawls
Sacings CleakinSs, Cloths,
Clannels, laces, Embroide
ries, Gloves, Corsets, Vel
vets, Ribbots, Parasols,
Bans,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
WILL CONVINCE.
586 ..............and ........... ..588
Magazine street, cor. St. ArdThw,
o MIS CELLANEO CS.
THE PEOPLES COMMERCIAL
COLLEGE !
aepwrt~tes or
Straight Utav ersaly.
Located over the Freedmens Savings
Bannk,
114 Carondelet St.
OPEr DAY AND WvnNING, NO VACATION.
The old and young can enter at this
Institation any 'day, no distinction
made in regard to race or color. The
design of the Institution, is to furnish
opportunities to those wishing a rapid,
thorough and practical business edu
cation, fifty to one hundred per cent.
saved by students, by taking the rapid 3
commecial course. Parties having or
dinary ability, who have entirely ne-4
k glected their education now have the
opportunity to qualify themselves for
almost any position in the State, in
an incredible short time.
From two to three months is all
that.requires to complete the comhmer
al course. Terms duced to suit the
times.
For further information cail at the
College, or address
Prof. A. T. Selover,
Principal.
REMOVAL
TO
167 ..CANAL STREET.....167
FROM
No. 9 CAMP STREET. a
(rL rNN eea OPrzaT
Manufacturers and Dealers
LN fa
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Trunks, Valises and Bags, to
m
We repectlblly give notice that they have pi
removed to the large and centrally located th
tr
No 167 Canal Street, in
Near Dauphine. e
WINSFIEi A CMOPE R.
PAINTING, GLAZING, CALSOMIUNING, th
GRANTILING, FRESCOING, or
GRANING, SIGN PAINT
ING, WALL PAPERING. HP
Ofice No. 84 Dryade, Street, pe
SNear Union Street
TIE PEOPLE' B1001
AND
THE BOOK OF THE DAY.
JUST OUT.
The Louisiana Magistrate.
A GUIDE OF DAILY USE TO THE
JUDGE, THE PARLSH OFFI
CER, THE LAWYER. THE ,(
BUSINE&S MAN, AND H
HEADS OF
FAMILIES.
Containing the most necewar- infuara
ion on luestions of every day ue,
LAD
COMPLETE
SET OF FOLRMS FuR
ALL CONTRACTS OF
EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE
For ,ale by
BARRETT, SEYMOUR & CO..
Gerneral 8tationers and Law Publiahers,
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P. B. ETHELL,
MERCHANIISIE, FLOUR -
AYD
PROVISION BROKER,
105....POYDRAS STREET:.....106
TAYLOR ....JO N . BCBUK
Salesmen,
LOTTERIES.
LUU1IANi ITATI iFBTY aINAN
.Y Incorporated August17, 1868
CHARTLE T. HOWARD .. Pammry
SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY,
Seir S mtoa 8Sanal Oa.: 90,000 NVum a
CArrPTAL Pana - - -- $50,000.
',
CLASS B.
TO BE DRAWN IN NEW ORLEANS ON
k l Sturday, Fbrury 3, li!t,
HOWARD, SMMONDS &ACO., Contr'ets.
SCEMt :
20,000 tzUmRS-nerm ONL. $a0.
1 prize of $50,000 is.......... $50,00
1 prie of 0o,000 is.......... 30,000
1 prize of 90,000 is.......... 20,000
1 prie of 10,000 Is....... 10,000
8 Iprizeof 9,000 is....... 9,00
1 prize of 8,000 is..... 8,000
1 prie of 7,000 is.......... 7,000
1 prize of 6,000 is......... 6,000
1 prize of 6,000 is......... 6,000
I pnseof 4,000 is........ 4,000
1 prize of 3,000 is... ...: 3,000
1 prize of 2,000 i.......... ,000
1 prie of 1,000
L prize of 1,000
1 prise of 1,000
1 pris of 1.000
prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prie of 1,000
1 prie of 1,000
1 prie of 1,000
i 1 prie of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 pri of 1,000
1 pri of 1,000ooo
1 prize of 1,000 a00
1 prise of 1,000
1 prise of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
prise of 1,000
SI prie of 1,000
1 prie of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
e 1 prie of 1,000
S 1 prize of 1,000
1 rie of 1,000
1 prise of 1,000
I prie of 1,000
1 pri. of 1,000
50 prizes of 500 are 285,000
317 pries of 00 are 63,450
4I40 prizes amounting to 9804
Whole tickets $20; a hare in prouport.
Prizes payabil in fbl withoa deuactiom
r Orders to be addressd to.
CH& T. HOWARD,
Lock Box 692 Postomeo New Orleam.
I Send Postoffie Money order or Register
your Letter.
PATENT ATTORNETS
AND
DEALER IN ALL THE
a-nd most UseLnl Patents of
the age.
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 goods, and are constantly adding
to our large stock, such articles of
merit as the inventive spirit of the a
produces, and the progreami tempee
I the times demands. The Southern Coua
try especially, needs these labor.-aving
inventions; to our friends in the country
extend an invitation to call and exanme
our stock of nora-ot &an vam m.
na.
Inventors can obtain informatio
through our Agency, of the coune to be
parsued in obtaining patents, the uonrm
oPxawi op T H E rar n ohIci, Govern
ment fees, &e., Ac.
Applications made, and Caveat~ led,
speedily and effectively through our oSee,
Ann AT LEas006 Tos to an avnmos, than
personal application at Washington. For
circatar addre&s.
STAGG & O'NEILL,
180 Canal Street.
New Orleas.
Mrs. G. E. Craig,
NO. 283 POkDRAS STREET.
Nzw- ORLI Ms.
jal '72-1y.
500. 5(04. 500. 500.
HOME WASHERS,
HOME WASHIERS,
HOME WASHERS
Sold within the Past Two
Months under a Full
Guarantee,
Not one
returned
Net one complaint.
Speaks for itselt
In Operation Daily at the
Depot,No. 7IT6 Canal street,
PRICE $18.
New Crleanes Home Manuactdri
Company.
GO CASENAVE,
UNDERTAKER
CARBIAGRS FOB rL

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