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OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE*CITY OF NEW ORLEANS
APraETIOXMEIITOF THE ICHOOL
FUNDS.
Stats os Louisiana.
Offioa State Superintendent of Public Education.
New Orleans, June 1,1670.
Apportionment of the current school fund
accrued in the hands of the State Treasurer,
since the last apportionment:
Note. —The following apportionment of
current school fund, accruing in the State
treasury since the first day of March to
date, is hereby announced. Till District
Boards are organized in each parish, city
and town, this apportionment will not be
available, as only the treasurers of this
board are authorized to receive the money.
The apportionment for the parish of Orleans
embraces amounts due the city of New
Orleans, the former City of Jefferson, and
what was formerly the town of Algiers, and
is made by wards (school districts), as
required by law.
Treasurers that have not drawn the ap
portionment of school money made March
1, to their respective city, town, ward and
districts, can obtain warrants from the
State Superintendent covering both appor
tionments, viz: For March 1, and June 1
BSjgS
Sill 93
122 85
81 51
217 23
131 16
143 50
144 30
138 84
School Directors and
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Cities and Towns.
Ascension Parish :
First District.............
E £ S
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2
287
Second District...........
315
Third District............
209
Donaldsonviile...........
557
Fifth District.............
344
Sixth District.............
368
Seventh District..........
370
Eighth District...........
356
Total............
Avovzlles Parish:
First District............. 349
Marsksville............... 540
Mansura................. 504
Comer.................... 301
Big Bend................. 534
Bordeaux................. 634
BayouRouge Prairie...... 277
Evergreen................ 383
Holmesville.............. 442
Borodino................. 546
2.80C $1,094 34
Choup
Island
239
111
$137 11
210 CO
196 56
117 39
208 26
208 26
108 03
149 37
172 38
212 94
93 21
43 29
Total.......
Assumption Parish
First District.....
Second District...
Third District____
Fourth District...
Fifth District.....
Sixth District.....
Seventh District..
Eighth District...
Ninth District____
Tenth District____
Eleventh District.
Twelfth District..
Thirteenth Distric
Fourteenth Distric
4,760 $1,856 40
221
240
237
306
349
640
339
624
390
349
120
159
95
152
$86 19
93 60
88 53
119 34
136 11
249 60
132 21
243 36
152 10
136 11
46 80
62 01
37 05
59 28
Total.............
.... 4,211
$1,642 29
Bienville Parish:
First District.........
... 419
$163 02
Second District.......
... 370
144 70
Third District.........
215 67
Fourth District.......
... 377
147 03
Fifth District........
.... 257
100 23
Sixth District........
... 369
143 91
Seventh District......
... 471
183 69
Total.............
... 2,815
11,097 85
Bossier Parish:
First District.........
... 110
$42 90
Second District.......
... 536
209 04
Third District........
... 635
247 65
Bellvieu..............
... 296
115-44
Fifth District.........
... 392
152 88
Sixth District.........
... 303
118 17
Seventh District......
... 133
51 87
Total.............
$937 95
Caddo Parish:
First District..........
$184 08
Second District........
... 478
186 42
Third District.........
131 04
Shreveport —........
... 871
339 69
Fifth District..........
106 47
Sixth District..........
... 255
99 45
Seventh District.......
79 95
Total..............
... 2.890
$1,127 10
Claiborne Parish:
No report of districts..
Total..............
.. 4,480
$1,147 20
Calcasieu Parish:
First District..........
.. 323
$125 97
Second District........
96 72
Lake Charles...........
149 76
Fourth District......
.. 261
101 79
Fifth District..........
. .* 377
147 03
Sixth District..........
. 412
160 68
Seventh District.......
127
49 53
Eighth District........
43 68
Ninth District.........
.. 292
113 88
Total..............
.. 2,536
$989 04
Caldwell Parish:
First District..........
$77 22
Second District........
... 140
54 60
Third Distil t.........
94
36 66
Fourth District........
.. 315
122 85
Fifth District..........
.. 238
92 85
Sixth District..........
21 06
Seventh District.......
78
30 42
Eighth District.........
.. 57
22 23
Ninth District..........
.. 123
47 97
Tenth District.........
62 40
Total...............
.. 1,457
$568 25
Catahoula Parish:
No report of Districts.
Total..................1,239
Carroll Parish:
No report of Districts.
Total................. 3,886
Concordia Parish :
First District—.......... 49
Second District........... 240
Third District............ 174
Fourth District........... 303
Fifth District............. 227
Sixth District............ 104
Seventh District.......... 80
Eighth District........... 60
Ninth District............ 68
Tenth District............ 50
Eleventh Distpct......... 35
Total.................1,390
Cameron Parish:
No report—a new parish.
DbSoto Parish:
First District........
Second District.....
Third District.......
Town of Mansfield...
Fourth District......
Fifth District........
$483 21
S1.115 54
$19 11
93 CO
67 86
118 17
88 53
40 56
31 20
23 40
26 52
19 50
13 65
$542 10
Seventh District........
Eighth District.........
Ninth District..........
Total...............
Fourth District.......
Seventh District.....
Ninth District.......
Tenth District.......
Eleventh District....
Twelfth District.....
Total............
East Feliciana Par
First District........
Second District.....
Fourth District..
Fifth District.....
Sixth District....
Seventh District..
Eighth District...
Clinton...........
Jackson..........
Total.........
., 577
$225 03
.. 449
175 11
.. 487
189 92
.. 263
102 51
.. 483
188 3!
.. 431
168 0£
., 611
238 2S
.. 711
277 2£
242 92
.. 753
293 67
.. 5,388
$2,101 32
ish:
.. 817
$318 C2
.. 272
106 08
.. 403
157 17
.. 234
91 26
.. 219
85 41
.. 226
88 14
98
38 22
.. 213
83 07
.. 244
95 16
.. 198
77 22
.. 155
60 45
.. 3,079
$1,200 81
. 804
$313 56
737
287 43
267 15
262 47
.. 625
243 75
, 692
269 88
. 531
207 09
. 710
276 90
. 164
63 96
. 116
45 24
5,737
$2,237 43
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Franklin Parish.
First District............
. 108
$42 12
Second District..........
. 255
99 45
Third District...........
. 177
69 03
Fourth. District..........
204
79 56
Fifth District............
. 135
52 65
Eighth District..........
. no
42 90
Tenth District...........
so
31 10
Eleventh District........
. 155
60 45
Twelfth District..........
. 63
24 57
Total................
. 1,287
$501 93
Grant Parish.
No report..............
---—
Iberia Parish.
First District............
235
$91 65
Second District..........
. 920
358 80
Third District...........
625
243 15
Fourth District........
. 397
154 83
New Iberia..............
559
218 01
Total................
2,736
$1,067 04
Iberville Parish.
First District............
741
$288 99
Town of Plaquemine.. ..
881
343 59
Second District..........
4(>G
181 74
Third District...........
581
226 59
Fourth District..........
384
149 76
Fifth District............
366
142 74
Sixth District...........
27
10 53
Seventh District.........
673
223 47
Total................
4,019
SI,567 41
Jackson Parish:
First District............
347
SI 35 33
Second District..........
553
215 67
Third District...........
396
154 44
Fourth District.........
273
106 47
Fifth District............
320
124 80
Sixth District............
410
159 90
Seventh District.........
202
78 78
Total.................2,501
Jefferson Parish, Left
Bank:
Third District (ward).... 532
Fourth District (ward)... 700
Fifth District (ward).....1,229
Sixth District (ward)---- 436
Seventh District (ward).. 324
Carrollton City (ward)... 1,119
$975 39
$207 48
273 00
479 31
170 04
126 36
436 41
Total.............
... 4,340
$1,692 60
Jefferson Parish, Right
Bank:
First District.........
... 827
$322 53
Second District.......
... 968
377 52
Third District.........
.... 3,061
1,193 7i
Fourth District.......
... 1,065
415 35
Fifth District.........
82
31 98
Sixth District.........
77
30 03
Total.............
... 6,080
$2,371 20
Lafayette Parish:
First District.......
... 131
$51 09
Second District......
... 549
214 11
Vermiiliouville.......
... 562
219 16
Fourth District.......
.,. 293
114 27
Fifth District........
... 268
104 52
Sixtu District........
... 344
134 10
Seventh District.....
... 208
81 12
Total.............
... 2,355
$918 45
Lafourche Parish:
First District.........
... 610
$237 90
Second District......
.. . 408
159 12
Third District........
.. . 4S5
189 15
Fourth District........
... 207
80 73
Fifth District.........
... 2'8
112 32
Sixth District.........
... 329
128 31
Town of Tlribodaux...
555
210 45
Eighth District......
... 216
84 24
Ninth District.........
... 368
143 52
Total.............
... 3,466
$1,351 74
Livingston Parish:
First District..........
... 355*
$138 45
Second District........
. . 210
81 90
Third District.........
... 260
101 40
Sixth District..........
... 220
85 80
Seventh District.......
. . 180
70 20
Eighth District........
... 310
120 90
Ninth District.........
. . 160
62 40
Tenth District.........
... 205
79 95
Eleventh District......
... 210
81 90
Total..............
$822 90
Madison Parish:
First District.......7..
... 384
$159 76
Second District........
... 542
211 38
Third District.........
... 444
172 16
Fourth District........
.. 299
117 61
Fifth District..........
... 168
65 52
Sixth District..........
... 101
39 39
Seventh District.......
... 190
74 10
Total..............
... 2,128
$829 92
Morehouse Parish:
First District..........
.. 3G5
$142 35
Second District........
. 210
81 90
Third District.........
56
21 84
Fourth District........
.. 186
72 54
Fifth District..........
.. 327
127 53
Sixth District..........
.. 372
145 08
Seventh District.......
177
69 63
Eighth District........
.. 116
45 24
Ninth District.........
67
26 13
Tenth District.........
.. 282
109 98
Total...............
.. 2,158
$841 62
Natchitoches Parish:
First District...........
.. 340
$132 60
Second District.........
.. 386
150 54
Third District..........
.. 205
79 95
Fourth District.........
237
92 43
Fifth District...........
.. 386
150 54
Sixth District..........
115 44
Seventh Distriot........
.. 327
127 53
Eighth District..........
.. 20G
80 34
Ninth District..........
97 50
Tenth District..........
.. 253
98 67
Eleventh District.......
.. 174
67 86
Twelfth District........
.. 608
237 12
Thirteenth District.....
.. 409
159 51
Total...............
.. 4,077
$1,590 03
Orleans Parish—City of New Orleans :
First District...........
$1,933 23
Second District........
.. 7,322
2,894 58
Third District..........
4,554 81
Fourth District.........
. .10,368
4,043 52
Fifth District..........
.. 7,845
3 059 55
Sixth District..........
3,136 38
Seventh District........
..12,165
4 744 35
Eighth District.........
.. 7,057
2,752 23
Ninth District..........
. .11,673
4,552 47
Tenth District..........
.. 9,617
3,750 63
Algiers .................
.. 4,136
1,613 04
Jefferson City and First
and Second Wards —
.. 4,932
1,923 48
Total...............
..99,893
$38,958 27
Ouachita Parish:
First District...........
... 113
$44 07
Town of Monroe........
.. 1,699
662 61
Fourth District.........
... 174
66 69
Fifth District............
... 478
186 32
Sixth District...........
48 36
Steventh District........
... 618
241 02
Ninth District..........
... 253
98 67
Tenth District..........
.. 253
98 67
Eleventh District.......
... 336
131 04
Total...............
$1,577 45
Plaquemines Parish:
First District...........
$133 77
Second District........
.. 358
139 62
Third District..........
235 95
Fourth District.........
.. 134
52 26
Fifth District..........
.. 249
97 11
Sixth District..........
453.18
Seventh District.......
.. 935
364 65
Eighth District.........
17 16
Total...............
$1,493 70
Pointe CorrEB Parish:
First District...........
... 130
$50 70
Second District........
... 264
102 96
Third District.........>
195 00
Fourth District........
... 478
196 42
Filth District...........
.. 290
113 10
Sixth District..........
107 25
Seventh Dietrict........
216
84 24
Eighth District.........
.. 369
143 91
Ninth District..........
.. 290
113 10
Tenth District..........
.. 232
90 48
Eleventh District.......
.. 213
83 07
Twelfth District........
.. 133
51 87
Thirteenth District.....
132
51 48
Fourteenth Dibtrict—
.. 153
59 67
Total...............
.. 3,675
$1,433 25
Rlpides Parish:
Alexandria.............
. 618
$241 02
Calcasieu..............
. 164
63 96
Pineville...............
. 733
285 87
Bayou Rapides.........
. 231
90 09
Cotile..................
83 85
Plaiaance...............
38
14 82
West's.................
. 110
42 90
Lamonrie...............
60
23 40
Spring Hill.............
. 145
56 55
Chenyville...............
. * 34
13 26
Wiskachilla... .\........
. 491
191 49
Annacoco..............
651
253 89
Total................
$1,361 10
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First District............
. 289
112 71
Second District.........
. 279
108 81
Third District...........
. 290
115 44
Fourth District..........
. 320
124 80
Fifth District............
348
135 72
Total .. ...........
Sabine Parish:
$597 40
First District............
98
$38 22
Second District..........
92
35 88
Third District...........
84
32 76
Fourth District..........
82
31 98
Fifth District............
54
21 06
Sixth District............
56
21 84
Seventh District.........
90
35 10
Eighth District..........
52
20 28
Ninth District...........
. 45
17 55
Tenth District...........
91
35 49
Eleventh District........
54
21 06
Twelfth District.........
43
16 77
Thirteenth District......
61
23 79
Fourteenth District......
. 164
63 90
Fifteenth District.......
76
29 64
Sixteenth District.......
44
17 16
Seventeenth District.....
51
19 89
Eighteenth District......
60
23 40
Nineteenth District.....
64
24 96
Twentieth District.......
109
42 51
Twenty-first District.....
. 73
28 47
Twenty-second District..
55
21 45
Twenty-third District---
81
31 59
Twenty-fourth District...
43
16 77
Twenty-fifth District —
54
21 06
Twenty-sixth District—
48
18 72
Twenty-seventh District.
64
24 96
Twenty-eighth District..
41
15 99
Twenty-ninth District....
40
17 94
Thirtieth District........
63
24 57
Thirtv-nrst District......
71
27 69
Thirty-second District...
68
26 52
Thirty-third District......
64
24 96
Thirty-fourth District____
104
40 56
Thirty-fifth District......
51
19 89
Thirty-sixth District......
57
■22 23
Thirty-seventh District.
41
15 99
Thirty-eighth District...
4G
17 94
Thirty ninth District.....
87
33 93
Fortieth District........
68
26 52
Total...............
St. Bernard Parish:
2,695
$1,051 05
First District.............
253
$98 67
Second District...........
149
58 11
Third Distiict............
94
36 66
Fourth District...........
111
43 29
Fifth District.............
149
58 11
Sixth District............
123
47 97
Total.................
St. Charles Parish:
$879342 81
First District.............
179
$69 81
8econd District..........
136
53 04
Third District............
110
42 90
Fourth District...........
122
47 58
Fifth District.............
187
72 93
Sixth District.............
187
72 93
Total.................
St. Helena Parish:
921
$359 19
First District.............
303
$118 17
8econd Distric:...........
398
155 22
Third District............
220
85 SO
Fourth District...........
284
110 76
Fifth District.............
120
46 80
Sixth District.............
83
32 37
Seventh District..........
215
83 85
1,623
472
518
532
488
567
595
635
Total...........
St. James Parish:
First District.......
Second District.....
Third District.......
Fourth District.....
Fifth District........
Sixth District.......
Seventh District..
E ( ghth District........... 327
Total................. 4,134
St. John Baptist Parish:
First District............. 370
Second District........... 389
Third District............ 588
Fourth District............ 426
Fifth District...,......... 513
S.xth District............. 342
Total................. 2,628
St. Landrv Parish:
Town of Opelousas........ 520
Town of Washington....... 722
Town of Grand Coteau. . 267
Flat Town.........It..... 196
First District............. 926
Second District...........1,414
Third District............ 1.094
Fourth District...........1,257
Fifth District............. 1,239
Sixth District............. 745
$632 97
$184 OS
202 02
207 48
190 32
221 13
232 05
247 65
127 53
$1,612 26
$144
151
229 32
166 14
200 07
133 38
$1,024 92
$202 80
281 5S
104 13
76 44
361 14
551 46
426 66
490 23
483 21
290 55
Total.
St. Martin Parish:
8,380 $3,268 20
First District..........
95
$37 05
Second District........
. 1,100
429 00
Third District..........
.. 927
361 53
Total...............
SS27 58
St. Mary Parish:
First District..........
.. 486
$189 54
Second District........
. 492
191 88
Town of Franklin.....
.. 1,073
420 42
Third District..........
.. 838
326 82
Fourth District.........
. 122
47 58
Town of Brashear......
197
76 83
Fifth District...........
.. 101
39 39
Total..............
$1,292 46
St. Tammany Parish:
No report of Districts.
Total...............
.. 2,609
$1,017 51
Tangipahoa Parish:
First District...........
.. 760
$296 40
Second District........
.. 419
163 41
Third District..........
417
162 63
Fourth District.........
154 44
Town of Amite City....
.. 193
75 27
Town of Pontchatoula
.. 191
74 49
Town of Tangipahoa, No report.
Total...............
$926 64
Tensas Parish:
First District...........
.. 328
$127 92
Second District.........
.. . 231
90 09
Third District.........
. 513
200 07
Fourth District.........
.. 151
58 89
Fifth District...........
63
20 67
Sixth District...........
.. 194
75 66
Seventh District........
. 147
57 33
Total...............
. 1,617
$630 63
Terrebonne Parish:
First District...........
. 797
$310 83
Second District.........
. 565
220 35
Third District..........
. 240
93 60
Fourth District.........
500
195 00
Fifth District...........
47C
185 64
Houma.................
. 450
175 50
Seventh District........
207
80 73
Eighth District.........
. 610
237 90
Ninth District..........
337 35
Tenth District..........
. 897
349 S3
Eleventh District.......
. 43 3
188 37
Twelfth Distiict........
. 823
320 97
Thirteenth District.....
. 525
204 75
Fourteenth District---
. 625
243 75
Total...............
$3,144 57
Union Parish:
First District...........
. 468
$182 52
Second District.........
. 430
167 70
Third District..........
. 425
165 75
Fourth District.........
. 525
204 75
Fifth District..........
. 608
237 12
Sixth District..........
. 458
178 62
Town of Farmersville..
90
38 61
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Total...............
$1,175 07
Vermilion Parish:
First District...........
. 159
$01 62
Second District.........
. 199
77 Cl
Town of Iberville.......
158
61 62
Third District..........
. 163
63 57
Fourth District.........
. 223
86 97
Fifth District..........
. 137
53 43
Sixth District.
Seventh District..........
Eighth District..........
Ninth District............
Tenth District....•.......
Eleventh District........
Twelfth District..........
Thirteenth District......
249
250
97
93
125
95
77
66
97 11
97 50
37 83
36 27
48 75
37 05
30 03
25 74
Total.............
Washington Parish;
First District.........
Second District......
Third District........
Fourth District......
Fifth District........
Sixth District........
2,090 $815 10
268
327
170
232
109
355
$104- 52
127 53
66 30
90 48
42 51
138 45
Total................. 1,461 $569 79
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West Baton Rouge:
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First District.......
...... 113
$44 07
Second District.....
..... 118
46 02
Third District.......
...... 159
62 01
Fourth District.....
..... 134
52 26
Fifth District.
_____ 87
33 93
Sixth District.......
...... 127
49 53
Seventh District... •
...... 83
32 37
Eighth District.....
29 64
Ninth District......
..... 101
39 39
Tenth District......
...... 92
35 88
Eleventh District...
______ 49
19 11
Total...........
...... 1,139
$444 21
West Feliciana:
First District.......
..... 172
$G7 08
Second District.....
..... 280
109 20
Third -District.....
..... 27
10 53
Fourth District.....
..... 128
49 92
Fifth District.......
..... 28
10 92
Sixth District.......
128 70
Seventh District... ■.
131 04
Eighth District.....
..... 160
63 57
Ninth District......
..... 151
58 89
Tenth District......
_____ 216
84 24
Eleventh District. ■ •
157 95
Twelfth Dietrict.....
..... 210
81 90
Total...........
..... 2,446
$953 94
Winn Parish:
First District.......
..... 304
$118 56
Second District.....
.... 239
93 21
Third District.......
99 45
Fourth District......
..... 172
67 08
Fifth District.......
..... 120
46 80
Sixth District.......
..... 220
85 80
Eighth District......
..... 195
76 05
Ninth District______
GO 45
Total............
$640 40
Total educable children in the State be
tween six and twenty-one years of age, as
reported by the State tax assessors and col
lectors, 255,971; amount to each child,
thirty-nine cents; total amount appor
tioned, $99,828 G9.
THOMAS W. CONWAY,
State Superintendent Public Education.
A Commendable Enterprire— A Restau
rant on the Cheap Plan .—Such of our read
ers who aie by necessity compelled to
browse about at restaurants will, doubtless,
be delighted to learn that at No. 16 Royal
•treet a restaurant will be opened in a day
or two,at which excellent breakfasts and din
ners will be served up to guests at such re
markably low prices that even the most im
pecunious among them will be able to fare
sumptuously every day. The establishment
is to be called the Sazarac, and will be kept
by that celebrated cook and caterer, Spa
ricio, so well known to the bon vitants and
gourmets of the French quarter. Mr. Spa
ricio intends keeping a firet-c!ass establish
ment in every respect; his table will be fur
nished with the finest plate, glass-ware and
crockery; his saloon will be elegantly fitted
up, and his waiters polite and attentive.
In regard to the meals he will supply, he
says that hie patrons can depend upon pure
wine, wholesome breads and meats, and
good cooking. He sees no reason why a
person cannot get a good square breakfast,
including wine, for seventy-live cents, and
a capital dinner for one dollar. How's this
in comparison with prices at Denechaud's,
Victor's and others ? Rather astonishing,
we say; and we would advise that he be cul
tivated. He is a public benefactor if he
makes good his words, and that he will do,
for we know him of old.
Egyptian Waterproof Coating.— We call
the attention of the public, especially the
owners of real estate, to the charter of the
Egyptian Waterproof Coating Company,
which will be found in another column of
to-day's Republican. The office of the Com
pany is at No. 52 Chartres street.
The Egyptian waterproof coating, which
was patented by the United States Patent
Office on the fourth of May, 1869, is a new
invention, being composed of materials
which together possess remarkable antisep
tic qualities, insoluble in water and unaffect
ed by dampness. Experiments made on
•cisterns, flooring of warehouses, fences,
sills and joists, telegraph posts, crossties,
bridges, etc., plainly show that dry lumber,
which is intended to be used in the water or
contact with dampness, will not rot
when coated with the Egyptian. Applic
able for the use of the marine, vessels,
piles, etc., and particularly in the Gulf
of Mexico, where barnacles destroy any
kind of wood, satisfactory experiments
show that this danger is no more to
be feared. Used on coffins as a sanitary
measure, like in Europe, the Egyptian coat
ing has given here fall satisfaction in the
experiments made by the most learned and
competent physicians. Even in this warm
and damp climate the causes of infection
from death have no more reason to be ap
prehended. In using the Egyptian coating
for wood pavements, no material in the
world can enter into serious competition
with it.
The company above mentioned, com
posed of stockholders of the most honora
ble character, and among the most enter
prising gentlemen of this city, have the
project to organize special corporations for
the manufacture of the several articles
connected with the discovery of this new
produce. One of them is already nearly
organized and ready to enter into opera
tion. We are authorized to say that its
object is to create here a general under
taking business, similar to those estab
lished in most of the large cities of
Europe. This is indeed very much needed
here, and the public health and comfort
will be unquestionably promoted thereby;
and what is the most important for all will
be the absence of infection, either before or
after death and in the neighborhood of our
numerous cemeteries, moat all situated in the
middle of our city. _
% The Grove* and Baker Sewing Machine.
In all work where durability, evenness of
stitch and beauty are requisite, the Grover
and Baker sewiiig machine is the favorite.
The machinery is easily understood, rarely
gets out of order, and can be learned by any
intelligent person in a few hours. We know
of families who have had them in constant
use for fifteen years, and they are still as
good as ever. The samples of work done
upon them by ladies of this city, shown
lately at the fair, astonished all who exam
ined them; but they were nothing more than
could be done by any lady after a short use
of the machine. The fact is, it is simplicity
itself, and, once tried, never loses the confi
dence of the owner. The material of which
they are made, and the workmanship upon
them, are of the very best description, con
sequently—like the old English lever watch
—they never get out of repair. Go and get
one at the agency, corner of Dryades and
Canal str eets. _
Messrs. Zable A Dalton, No. 115 Poydras
street, manufacture tin and japanned ware,
are agents for that splendid cooking stove
known all over the Union as '.'The Times
Stove;" Bramhall, Deane & Co's European
ranges and broilers, and that valuable cover
ing for houses, the Asbestos roofing. They
also deal in stoves, grates and every
description of house-furnishing goods. We
advise such of our readers as wish to pur
chase good articles in all these lines to give
them a calL
GREAT SUCCESS
—OF THE—
GROVER AMD BAKER MACHINE
—AT THE—
First Grand Fair of Texas—Seven Bine
Ribbons !
list or premiums :
Highest Premium for beat f amily Sewing Me
chine.
Highest Premium for best Tnckmarker for Ma
chines.
Highest Premium for best Machine-made Lady
Skirt.
Highest Premium for beet Machine-made Lady'i
Undersleeves.
Highest Premium for beet Machine-made Orna
mental Work.
Highest Premium for best Machine made In
fant's Dress.
Highest Premium (or best Plain S titching.
Beat Family Sewing Machine la the
World!
my29jelS
GROVER & BAKER
Sewing Machine Company,
Office 182 Canal street.
BABCOCK FIRE EXTINGUISHES.
BEST PROTECTION FROM FIBS.
WON A GREAT VICTORY AT THE LATE
trial Fire on Canal street.
AWARDED THE FIRST PREMIUM.
A BEAUTIFUL SILVER MEDAL.
At the Texas State Fair Over Two
Competttora.
DAVID E. BRADLEY,
General Southern Agent, No. 2C Carondelet street,
New Orleans.
Send lor Circulars and apply for agencies.
L. A. GUILLIOTTE,
Agent lor New Orleans, No. 28 Carondelet street.
Machines always on hand for sale. my29 3m eod
NOTICE TO TRAVELERS.
Ail information relative to the connections from
Cairo to all points East and West, and all informa
tion as to the PULLMAN PALACE AND DINING
CARS to San Francisco,via Chicago, given on appli
cation to
JAMES T. TUCKER,
General Agent Illinois Central Railroad,
- my25 Im 26 Carondelet street.
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY,
(NAME CHANGED FROM LOUISIANA STATE
SEMINARY).
BATON KOl'flE LOITI1ANA,*
Founded and Supported by the State of
Louisiana.
NINTH SESSION,
Now in progress, will close lest Wednesday in Jane.
1&70. Tne next session will begin first Monday in
September next, and will continue tea months.
ACADEMIC EOARD
Consists of a full corps of able instructors in all
branches of Literature and Science usually taught
in the best colleges and universities.
COURSE OF STUDY"
Embraces a Preparatory and an Academic Depart
ment, including a Literary, Scientific and Optional
Course, a Special School of Civil Engineering and a
Commercial School.
LIBRARY, APPARATUS AND CABINETS,
Well selected and valuable. The Geological and
Mineraiogic&l Cabinets, etc , toe largest and most
complete in the South, embracing the extensive col
lections of the late Colonel Waiies, of Mississippi,
an1 the Cabinets of the Topographical, Geological
and Botanical Survey of Louisiana.
ADMISSION
Granted to Cadets not under fifteen years of age.
who know Arithmetic, English Grammar ana
Geography.
EXPENSES
Of every bind, except clothing, for ten months,
$350: $200 payable in advance, balance February 1,
or by accepted draft, at eight per cent., for ninety
days. Payments may be made through the Canal
or Citizens' Bank.
Cadets received at any time during the session,
and charged from date of entrance.
DISCIPLINE,
Military, with daily drill. A battery of four guns
will afford facilities for instruction in artillery.
Uniform of Cadet-Cadet-grey cloth, to be had
at the Institution at a cost of twenty-live dollars
per suit.
For further information, address
D. F. BOY r D, buperintendent.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
May 1, 1870
Office of the University in New Orleans, at Swar*
brick & Co.'s, 59 Camp street.
*Until the rebuilding of the College edifice, lately
destroyed by fire, near Alexandria, the Institution
is temporarily located at Baton Rouge, m the Deaf
and Dumb Asylum. Location very healthy, and ac
commodations ample for a large number of Cadets.
Number this eessiou, one hundred and seventy.
my!7 ly
SEW ORLEANS RICE DEPOT.
A. MAUREAU,
Ko. *3 Peters Street.
Between Customhouse ted Eienville Street
ALWAYS ON HAND
LABSk STOCK OF BICE.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
9 2dply
THE ECONOMY
MUTUAL All! ASSOCIATION
OF NEW ORLEANS,
133........GRAVIER STBEET........188
LOUIS SCHNEIDER................... President.
J. B. GUTHRIE......................... Secretary
TRUSTEES:
J. G. Gaines, Jotjus_Weis,
W. G. Robinson,
W. H. Holcombe,
J. O. Blaffer,
J. B. Guthrie.
J. C. Morris,
J. G. Walton.
Louis Schneider,
W. Van Norden.
Dr. Jules Font ...................Medical Examiner.
Entrance Fee, $10, or $15 and an assessment of
$1 25 upon the death of a member.
For particulars call at the office. my29 lm
FURNISHED HOUSE ON PRYTANIA
STBEET.
For Kent Baring the Summer.
A handsomely furnished house, containing eix
rooms, kitchen, etc., situated in one of the best
neighborhoods on Prytania street, in the First
District; will be rented from the first of June to
the first of October, at $80 per month. Address
Glass;Box9?9, New Orleans Postoffice. my!4 2ptf
B. T. WALSHE,
HO...............Canal Street----
Begs leave to announce to his customers and the
Dnblic a complete stock of new
MEN'S FUBNISHING GOOBS,
And the largest assortment of
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'3 GOODS
IN NEW ORLEANS.
All at moderate prices, with the inducement to
purchase in the goods and price, not in the change.
A CALL REQUESTED.
B. T. WALSHE,
aplO SuWeSa Imldp
110 Canal street.
FOR LADIES ONLY. *
THE EUGENIE OR LADIES* COMPANION.
This article is recommended by eminent physi
cians in Europe, by the Medical Faculty of New
York, and by many eminent physicians of this city,
and is approved of and worn b; the ladies generally
in Enrope, and in the Northern, Eastern and West
ern States of thia country, and is exclusively for
ladies' use. This article, for the use and comfort of
Indies, is one of the most important ever discovered,
and is only necessary to be tried to be universally
adopted by every lady in the South, as well as in
every other portion of the civilized worid.
For sale at No. 21 Baronne street; Mrs. Mo
Jenkinr ■*---*------' '
ner
in attendance
the following drag ____ __ ___
of Camp and Julia streets; J. Herbert No! lie
Canal street; Ball. Lyons A Co., corner of Camp
and Gravier streets; Erich Brand, oorner of Maga
zine and St. Andrew streets; K. Banter, oorner of
Magazine and Josephine streets, and G. J. Mating,
ly's, oorner of Magazine and Napoleon avenue,
Jefferson City. del 6m 2dp
A GREAT IMPROVEMENT

BANQUETERS. CARRIAGE WAYS, BASEMENT
AND WAREHOUSE FLOORS. CEMETERY
AND GARDEN WALKS. SCHOOL YARDS
ETC.
BYRNES'
IHPBOYf D CONCRETE PAVEMENT
PARE A
98 CAMP STREET.
CO.,
NEW ORLEANS.
Tb 4 following are t few of the reasons why this
CONCRETE should be used in preference to ell
other materials:
L It has been tested through one of the hottest of
New Orleans snmmerB, and found not to soften by
the heat of the sun.
2. Being in general nse at the North, it necessa
rily must be proof against cold.
3. It is as dnrable as.stone and mnch less expen
eive.
4. It is perfectly impervious to water, and conse
quently quickly becomes dry when wet.
5. It makes no dust in dry or mud in wet weather.
6. It does not crack or crumble, cor is it washed
by the rain.
7. It is impenetrable to grass, weeds or water.
8. It prevents noiions vapors or gases, arising
from the ground beneath, and affords no reservoirs
for 61th or festering decompositions.
9. It is laid down quickly, and ready for nse when
finished.
10. It is easily taken cp, easily relaid, and easily
repaired when necessary.
Some of the places where this work has been done,
and a few of the parties who have had it pnt down,
may be known by the following references; end most
of the persons named can and will cheerfully give ell
of the informetion desired. An examination of the
work is solicited:
William McOnlioch,
Theobald Forstall,
E. O. Palmer,
Henry Benscl,
B. McKenna,
E. W. Burbank,
George Horter,
Lafayette Sqnare,
New Orleans Gasworks,
Penn's Cotton Press,
H. S. Seward,
John W. Madden.
For the present, after the foundation is prepared
and curbing set. Cemetery, Park and Private Walks,
will be laid for from $1 to $1 Zi per square yard.
Private Carriage Ways, HeEvy Sidewalks, Depot
and Warehouse Floors for from SI 25 to $150 per
square yard.
For all further information in relation to this
business,, or for the laying of thia kind of work,
apply to
PAGE & CO.,
mh20 2-tp 98 Camp street.
LOUISIANA STATE
NOTICE.
LOTTERY.
In consequence of the recent decision of the
Judge of the Fourth District Court of thiscity.de
cidiug that this Company is liable for a claim of
fifteen hundred dollars brought against it, based on
a policy book brought by a vendor to the office of
*he Company after the drawing of the Lottery, and
it being apparent to every one that it would be ut
terly impossible for this Company to transact its
business under any snch ruling, and being entitled,
as it is, to ail just and rightful miides of protection
against any dishonest vendor, their confederates or
others who may attempt, by the above means, to
defraud and injure this Company, they therefore
notify the public that, from and after this date, in
case any vendor fails, from any cause whatever, to
return to the Company's office, before the drawing
of the Lottery, the full report and copy of all plays
taken by him on the policy plan, in any Lottery,
the Commissioners shall announce publicly
from the stand, previous to the drawing,
the name and place of business of such ven
dor, together with the declaration that in the
absence of the required returns oeing made, the
Company will not hold itself liable for any plays
made or certificates issued by him—all such being
null and void, except so far as refunding purchase
money to the holders
The public are thus notified that the above con
dition is attached to all plays taken by any one
against this Company on the policy plan.
CHAS. T. HOWARD, President.
New Orleans, May 14.1870. my!51m2dp
CANTON MATTINGS!
CANTON MATTINGS!
ELKIN db CO.,
168 .............CANAL STREET............. lflg
Are now receiving superior qualities of
WHITE. CHECK AND FANCY
CANTON MATTINGS,
Which they are offering, wholesale or retail,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
—A Large Stock of—
CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS
And WINDOW SHADES,
At Low Prices.
ap30 2dp lm
THE CHEAPEST CLOTHING
IN TOWN.
FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN,
Fifty Per Cent Len Than Any Other
Mouse.
Goods Manufactured Expressly for my Sales, and
ol the Very Best Quality.
NEW SPRING GOODS,
LATEST STYLES AT ALL PRICES.
D. MERCIER,
Corner of Dauphine and Bienville Streets.
Give me a call. Come qnick while the goods are
fresh and the sizes well assorted. _ ap22 2dp
THE
SULKY
CHALLENGE
CULTIVATOR.
Simple, durable and effective. Can be used for
either riding or walking.
FKICE ONLY SCO.
For sale by s
Messrs. FOLGER A CO.,
Messrs. SLOCOMB, BALDWIN A CO.,
STAUFFER, KENT A CO.,
Mr. B. J. WEST.
M. B. LINDSAY,
myI7 lm 2dp No. 105 Tchonpitonlas street.
ZABLE & DALTON;
No. 115 Poydraa Street,
MANUFACTURERS OF TIN AND JAPANNED
WARE.
Stoves, Grates.
DEALERS IN
House Furnishing
Goods, etc.
AGENTS FOB
The Times Cooking Stoves. Bramhall, Deane A
Co.'s European Ranges and Boilers,
Asbestos Roofing; Arbor,
Bird and Animal Cages.
£?! n r°2r """^taring all kinds of Bath
Tubs, Toilet Ware, Water Coolers, etc., which we
are selling at lowest market prices.
ZABLE & DALTON,
_No. 115 Poydras street.
ap61y 3t2dp
INDIAN TURNIP PECTORAL BALM,
OR
AKIM TKIPHYKLUM,
FOR THE CUBE OF
Cough?, Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Asthma,
And the various Affections of the
LUNGS AND THROAT.
And for the Relief of
CONSUMPTIVE PATIENTS.
The INDIAN TURNIP PECTORAL BALM
completely cures the most inveterate oases of Bron
chitis, Catarrh, Incipient Consumption, Pulmo
nary Oppression, the Spasmodic Nervous Disorders
which attend certain forme of Coughs, 8ore Throat,
and generally all casee of Inflammation of the re
atory organa It baa a soothing action upon the
gh, facilitates expectoration, checks the spit
■ of blood, and relieves fits of Asthma In this
last disease my INDIAN TURNIP PECTORAL
BALM has been given with the greatest success.
Its use in Hooping-Cough remarkably relieves this
distressing affection.
Price One Dollar per bottle. Prepared and for
sale by
B. LAPLACE, Druggist,
_ , Noe. 23 and 2S Elyeian Fields street.
For sale at wholesale by B. J. Hart A Co., Ball,
Lyons A Co. At retail by Frederickson A Harte, E.
Montense, A- Schwab, Chartres street, and by all
the principal Druggists in tha city,
mylfi lm 2dp Saw Sa
MISCELLANEOUS.
S HOHTHAIB— (Phonography) —Ladies Or
gentlemen tenght to write with eaee and accur
acy in a few easy leaaons, withont hooka. Fee, SI.
Addrese MR. WOLhuILA, 28 Commercial Place.
je410t __
rpiIE ICE KINO BEFBIOEBATOB.
The undersigned having purchased from the
patentee the right to manufacture and sell the lOE
KING REFRIGERATOR (now on exhibition at
Messrs. Slocomb, Baldwin & Go's) for the State of
Louisiana, are now prepared to receive Orders for fu
ture delivery. Orders can be left with Messrs,
O'FALLON A HAT UH, 140 Gravier street. New Or
leans, or . _ _
je3 lm S. L. JAMES A Go., Baton Bongs, La.
THE UVDERIieilRD TAKE8 PLEAS
J. ure to inform his customers and purchasers of
TOBACCO in general, that he haa opened a new
branch of his establishment for the sale of TO
BACUO, PIPES and CIGARS, at the corner of
Tchonpitonlas and Poydraa streets, where the
above goods will be sold on the most liberal terms.
J. P. KARRAZIN,
Tobacco Mannfactnrer,
91 and 93 Chartres street, corner of Conti,
and 65 Poydras street, corner of Tchonpitonlaa.
my3I lm _
yyiJLLIAM BOG BBS.
BUTCHER,
Corner of Canal and Howard.
Keeps always on hand FRESH and WHOLESOME
MEAT at the regular Market Prices.
my 213t __
y N OBIMNARCE
Changing the Bonte of the Orleans Ball
road Compaay.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Council of the
city of New Orleans, That the ORLEANS RAIL
ROAD COMPANY be and they are hereby granted
the right to construct a single track railroad in the
centre of Burgundy street, from Ursnlines to Oanal
streets, aud also a single track railroad in the cen
tre of St. Peter street from Burgundy to Basin
streets, and this modification of the original privi
leges of said company shall hold and bind them ac
cording to the terms tbereof.
SEC. 2. Beit further ordained, etc. That imme
diately after the completion of the foregoing rail
roads, the ORLEANS RAILROAD COMPANY
shall take np and remove their present tracks on
Basin street from St. Peter lo Canal streets, and
on oanal street from Basin to Bnrgundy streets,
and shall place the said streets in perfec. order and
condition. my!230t
y oQK TO YOLK CHILBBIN.
The Great Soothing Remedy.
Mrs. Cures Colic and Griping in Price,
Whitcomb's the Bowels, and facilitates 25
byrup. i he process ef Teething. Cents.
Mrs. Snhdnes Convulsions and Price,
Whitcomb's overcomes all diseases inci- 25
Syrup. dent ro infants A children. Cents.
Mrs. Cares Diarrhea, Dysentery Price.
Whitcomb's and bummer Complaint in 25
Syrup. Children of ail ages. Cents.
It is the great Infant's and Children's Soothing
Remedy in all disorders brought on by Teething or
other canse.
Prepared by the Grafton Medicine Company, 8L
Louis, Missouri.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers in Medicine every
where. my!3 ly
QOAL.....FIRST PREMIUM----COAX..
BOYD, WILMOT A CO..
Coal Merchants, \
OFFICE 168 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
Pittsburg COAL. Anthractie COAL.
Yard—Foot of Calliope street.
Coal delivered at the lowest market rates to Fami
lies, Hotels. Cotton Presses, Foundries, Steamships,
Steamboats, etc. Office of Tngboat Ferae. mylOlm
rpRUSSEa..........................TBUMII
WITHOUT SPRINGS. BACK PADS, OR THS
TERROR OF LEO STRAPS.
M. SPILL,MANN.
Inventor and Patentee of a Laver an
Supporter Trues,
Patented September 7, 1869.
This Trass defies all competition fer comfort and
general satisfaction; can be worn by all classes, aa
well as both sexes, in all periods of life. It stands
without a rival in this or any other country. It has.
in its short existence, won tha admiration of its
wearers.
Also, sole proprietor for the State of Louisiana for
the highly recommended
W. JOHNSON'S PATENT PAD TRUBS.
With these Trusses, I can promise more rapid im
provement and relief than any other apply er o
Trusses.
Also, Attachments of all descriptions on hand, or
made to order. H. 8PILLMANN,
Manufacturer and Fitter,
93 Baronne street. New Orleans, La
Orders from abroad will receive prompt attention,
State Rights for sale. yaE
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ANATA.
CELEBRATED
.W ANATA
GUACO BITTERS,
THE WANATA OUAOO BITTER IS A GOOD
TONIO and STOMACHIC, composed entirely of
the vegetable substance of Gnaco.
Being very agreeable to the taste, can be taken
by the most delicate persons. It rids the system of
all imparity and promotes health and vigor.
This celebrated Bitter is a preservative against
Cholera and a cure for Dyspepsia, Chronic and
Nervous Debility, Diarrhea, Weakness of the
Loins, and ail diseases proceeding from the Liver
the Stomach or the Bowels.
This Bitter can be taken either with a little sugar
and water, in Anisette, or any other spirits, or
even pure. A small glass of it, taken before a maai,
sharpens the appetite and faotlitatoe digestion.
For sale by J. LLADO, Agent,
„ Druggist, corner Chartres and Domains.
Aui6 6m
fpHE CELEBRATED GENUINE
OROIDE WATCH.
813 ........... ~
• 815 .
830
Resembles gold, wear, like gold, and is aa good aa
gold in aU respects except intrinsio value.
American and Swiss Movement SILVER
. Eyary Watch guaranteed by apeeia
C0 n ti t^* Chains ana Jewelry in great variety.
UaU ana examine fer yourselves, or send two
tbree cent stamps for circular. When SixWatehifl
are ordered at once, we send an extra one free.
Al) goods sent O. O. D., customer can irtiJm
before paying, by paying express charges both ways.
JAMES GERARD 4 GO.,
. „ Sole 4 gen to for M United States,**
lyTly No. B r Nassau street (Up Stairs), N. Y
UILDING FAPEB.
This is a hard, compact paper, like an
| ordinary book cover, and is saturated with
tar and used on the outside of frame build
ings under the clapboards, also under afain
I 8j e ? * n ," floors, to keep out damp and cold.
I It is also used on the inside, not saturated.
I instead of Plastering, and makes a
ll ,a IS and cb .®*P wall. It costs only from $8
r to $30 (according to size) to'oover honseaon
the outside. Samples and descriptive ciren
lara sent free,
Address, Rock River Paper Company, Chicago,
or, e. o. palmer a (jo..
. . 93. 95, 97 Camp street. New Orleans,
mh6 General Agents for the Southern States,
T.
W. BUTHICK,
UNDERTA IKK,
® # - **7 Camp Street. Oorner of Delord I
Parties in want of METALLIC COFFINS would
do well by calling at T. W. Bothick's establishment
f?™ xam * nin F FAY'S PATENT SELF-SEALING
METALLIO CASE and CASKET, for which he ig
the sole agent. Warranted to be indestructible and
air tight, and for beauty of finish can not h«
celled—surpassing any others ever manufactured.
.... —--- ■ '1 other
i#31y
Rosewood, Mahogany' Black Walnut and all othtf
styles of doffing always on hand.
J^OTUIANA ICR MANUFACTURING
COMPANY.
FACTORY. gN TCHOUPITOULAS STBEET
One Block above Louisiana avenue.
BRANCH DEPOT, CORNER FRONT AND
POYDRAS STREETS.
_ v
ICS AT WHOLE8ALB AND RETAIL.
Price: R18 per Ton, at the Works.
Price: SIS per Ton, delivered In anp
part of the city. In quantities of 50*
pound:, leu than 500 pounde, one per
cent per ponnd.
Planters and parties in the country will be charg
ed a very moderate extra price for package, etc.
Orders may be sent through the Poetoffice. Box
133. my5 lm
...500.
.500.
.500
500
HOMS WASHER!
HOMS WA SHIRS
HOME WASHERS
SOLD WITHIN PAST TWO MONTHS UNDER
A FULL GUARANTEE.
Not ONE RETURNED. NOT ONE COMPLAINT.
SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.
In Operation Daily at the
Depot. Ha. ITS Caaal Street.
. PRICE $18.
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