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gAtani Election of Di r.cO OfS@Ud 0 p the twelfth instant, the t~liuwiuAg gesdetlam were aeceted to aervant pir~eOtota for this euauwng Year. F. X. Dt'MASI (. IAWNI~GEL. L. T. DELAMI1M C. W. LO)WELL W. KL P$SMUE1KTO. 'C. CAMP. THOHIW IlMBIZtL3. GE0. H. BRAUGHN, 1. P. D1'!AS. i i SONY. DAWSON. @mhior XEJWjDVEBTISRMEN1TS. REOPENING. BUWWG MACH1Ž~ES -AILL I1 D8. The pnti1ic have. lang deeired the eitabliuº- . sWt of ;e MdIt. whore all kipda of Hru Machines and sewing Machina Fjudinge hires g.Ie a" c pawS the workiug oa f oner ii with another, and ao+lect from1 the A4ffre iiL jw&j dle rir toap* it. Tom fch ua tari we invite you at 158 (~nal et *&tM at no22 2ptf Hi. S. HEDRI('K, (I "ni Agent. vMovq LEAGUE CIl/ USE AS ... .. Royal uttrp ........ eAs ILI~. eda ;y m 12 M. to t .PM. . I~c wl b VN 2p. JOHN /OW ARD. wOFFICE, '6" ~ (,,wades Street 26 Pvompt ,Aention given to civil buat.e 1 . aOUrtS of the Estae HENRY C_ & Hi. M. DIBBLE, LTTo5-U' 18 A? LA'V, 1~. jbin (Morgan Buldd, ) 1IiWKINS&THA~tp, (J. x~wzz --MIwAn minP.) £TI IX1YS AND~ COUNSE.LLORS AT LAtI I.....Comnmercial Plaee.......1 Permpa atienties given to civil buie Oe Sm"st A" United Slates (Soult Atiomne'vu A Conuiellors at Law: ~No 9. (Oaw~rcua eae 2d. Floor. ,..-qiet Attention to all Civil mad Criminal busaati the Stae. and United beanie. Courto. M1RS. A. M. 1PARRISI1 FIRST PREMIUM 104!1 (ANAL ETRE ET, Namw Orleau#, La. BARRETT, EYM(o & Co., P3INTERS AND LITH HERS, GO Camp 8 NEW ANS. R T. A. BARTL E, uc ATTORNET and COUN LOB AT LAW. r 142... .Gravier Stlet....142 (Up 5th ) NEW ORL N, LA. . $ ly. U CARPET USEAEHO[' E 7....CHARTR$S STREET......17 A BROUSiSEAU & .. Importers and Dealers at Wholeaile and Retail, offer at low o prices; CARPETING, C FLOR &OIL CLOTH, rt MATTING. L Curtain and 'phoLsterers' Material, Window Shades, Table 'overt, Hail Cloths, race Cur- I tasin, (kGrnictA etc, l LOUISIANA MUTUAT INSURANCE COMPANY, to 0 o" No. 120, cno smTz2 PI. p. - Insurem E, MA.IIIE and RIVER RISKS, 3 AND PAYT LO*NIkkE aN 16 New gleans, New York, Liverpool, Lon don, Havro, PariR,' or' Lkremen, i at the option of the insured. CHARLER BR1100, President. A. CARMIERE, Vice-Preudent J. P. Born , e-retary. MILLINERY1 ESTAI3LISHMENT. FALL AXL' WINTER WrocE or MILLINERY GOODS of every description. just received at 0 1'. XL. gA RDf !es 29. . ...CHARTRES STREET.......29 weean Canal and Cu ttomhonae.) W. H. MASaKtic, C. W. inivr, St. Louis. New Orleans. JLREKIAAE & BURT, Importers and Jobbers of 1 .. ..GRAVIER STREET,.....109 Nuw Oai.w s. "AR LIES na1 WHO BUY 1"ST CLASS DRY GOOu -YOB CAsM Will 'fnd their money spent moeº to their satisfaction at BRA SELMAN & ADAMS' CASH HOUSE ELSE WHERE. A elan"s thromghttheir immense stock .iks,?Sstina,.Beal Poplin., Plaid, Serge, -Marinoa. Cashmeron. Emnp. Cloths, Jorn.o *,., Arabs. Jacket.sgBhawla S0 tmokings, ('bakings, Cloths, gaU gy llaunela. Lacis, Emnbrwid.. rims, Glow., Corsets, YeA veta, Rlibbons, Parasols, Yana, Etc., Etc., Eta. WILL CONVINCE. 586... ... .. ..and................ 888 Magmazie street, cor. SL Andrew. ph. - - - EM OVAL 167.. . . .CANA.L 'TREET. . .167 'roN y o 9 CAMP STREET. I Manufa.em an3 a Demale all Bo(YI8 A!xD SHoEs, Trunks, Valses mant Bag., No- 187 Canal Street, c Near Dauphine._ ___ P. B. ETHELL, Il. MRCHANDISE, FLOUR Bp. PIFOVISION BROKER, SM. ~... POYBAa WrBT....06 V. S tas.....oxx u s N.j. bame. SL'ACRItaX BROTHERS 4*skLoorA3sa." Cainrua Fgszircemx & Vrorox Srasm, ±iaw U:n.MAs, La. /A Have On Hand, Bait Of Winee And Liq uor$. Dec., 17th 1j: O CASENAVE. UNDERTAKER. t Bourbon st wear %. Louisiaesu, KN Orleans La. R Oarriai.g Tor Sl ire. Dec. 17th, (f. UNITED BROTIIEBHOOD, PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION. Or. Union & Dauphin Weets, New Orleans La. >** Groceries, Wines & Liquors. '$ 'PATRICK GRIFFEN, Pau w . Des. 17th, if. SsXLa.1C oawWzo IC National Freedman's Savings arc Trust Company, Chartered by act of Congress. J. W. Alvord, Pre'ident, D. L. Eaton, 8ecretary, Samuel L Harris, General Inspector. Deposits of Ave cents and upwards received. Interest'paid in March, July and November.! Money drawn without notice. RUFUTS WAPLER. Chairman Advisory Committee.] C. a SAUVINET, Cashier.( 29 CROMWELL HOUS r, "EQUAL PUBLIC PRIVILEGES." IT 1 .3.I.CROMWELL 271 Customhouse Street, (Corner of Viller Street,) 09 New Orlhns. - BOARD and LODGING by the DAY or WEEK Resposibk for all Parcds, Moneys, Baggage, &c. Jy left in my charge. Srangers taken to the cheapes stores. Join JoNis. Mam R. Dr.MonTrl ier JOHN JONES&Co., P , eal a0strate Isroa5seris, bONBOE STREET 69 CORNER of STATE, Boum 15 Up 8tairs. CRICAGO ILLINOIS. Rents Coected A .,D ThAs Aim AsassmnMLr'ITPAmz FIRE and LIFE hawsramce in the seet Reliable JULIU(&8P. BROWNV. fl OUSE CARPENTER Can ar. ST Ut Vu.mrn And touuwas inatrasz JTobbiwj. Aihmdal to Pundcudly. EU IEEE CUES8E. AGEouT WUomINA STATE ILOTI'ERY. * St. Bernad Stree4 Bdewun Viiier & Rob broos 86eits Newo Orleans Lc. 167 Dec. 17th, 1870. 4. LOUIS GOLIS: St. Anthony Strce*, Newo Oriewas La. Dec. 17th, 18704. MICHAEL BARRY: .a WOOD £ COAL YARD, Con. S,! OLWDcs & Masuavarz Ornimi Nay Oazzam Ls. Den. 17 1870. %. A. W. OBOERTS, ATTo ENxY A? LA w. Wml genaie. is the eemes at the Thirteenii 105.elst aDhbiet, eoinpas Eshopsrishe. oprmman Tead~mmon cmes, see ii se spnsnes Bee See L3 I TI IIIlTS. The Great Religelus Weekly, The Chrlstian Unlon, A THOROUGH GOING RELIGIOUS FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Steen large Quarto Pages - Each Number Cut And Stitched. - t HENRY WARD BEECHER, Editor. It may be best described as ma Unsectarian, In pdet Weekly Journal, devoted to Religion, Morals, Reform, Fore g" and Domestic News of the Church and the World Literature, Science. Art, Agriculture, Trade Finance, Ac., Ac., and containg contrbutions fromnvell-known eminent writers. It has Something for all Members of the Household. Admirable oontrbution and editorial articles, discussing all the great topics of-the day; fresh Information on uubackneved subje cts much natter of a high and pure religious tone; Poems, Household Stories, and Chat for the little ones. It is the Brightest and Most interesting Religious Paper Published. Being quoted from by the press of Entire country, wore extensively then any other. The whuli editorial work is in the hands of experienced and cultivated men. " In addition to Mr. Baacanaa' * STAR PAPERS, * and the regular weekly reports Mr r.LZNwonD of his Friday Evoging Prayer- Meeting Lecture-Room Talks, lany other feaures of constant yet varying iterest till its ooluws from week to week. The Contributors are Representative Men of all Denominations.' Rf is frnresie f in ciretdafion morv' rapidly than may other rdigious weekly A New and Charming Serial, MY WIFE ANDI; Or, HARRY HENDERSON'S HISTORY, RAW=IET REECHEE STOW, Is this week commenced in the 'Christian Union auserioal story of to-day, which promises to be one Of the most vivid and interesting works that ever came from her pen This story alone would be well worth taking the the paper for even if unaccompanied by the great variety and richness of other matter. READ WHAT the PAPERS SAY, ooucaasea THE CHRISTIAN UNION, Which will be sent FREE until January 1, 1871, to qll who now subscribe for the year 1871, embracing all the numbers of 3am. STOWE'S story. 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Owecu No. 91 Baow Srassr, ce Will practice in all the Courts cf the State, espe ry cmilly those of the Counties of Charleston, Ilean fort, flernweli and Colleton. agrWr. Allen will alao practice in the Unitcd $tates Courts in South Carolina. DiIY GOODS EMPORIUM. be 163 .* * n** aJ8 Stj'eet . 163. 4$ is - Finer It.o! 3.Aby Goode, Gaite kiPdhrdsg Goode,dea' amonuticano: Ladies Resi for Amsee, Cloe&., and Wrsps. Tman Fwos: a£bers, Aregear and ags. n e. - an- wishing to buy ckeap and 0s . wINSOww. 2. sAZJZ neOU wI1tzLow kRossb For $HlplgCgten, ExaminingA ...... n*.. 20W OF L&3,OUBsT LK1S11111 STATE L6ITkti c, Ineerporated August 17, lef CHARLS T. HOWARD SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY, Sri111 z "~(wWB O*:, 2 ar 0,000 C(PITir. Pats .. - " $mfloo CLASS Rn TO BE DRAWN IN NEW OILEj o tiurlday, Deenmber 31, 179, HOWARD, S IIONDS AO, Co.e r . SCREME : r 10.000 ssossý--esoa assN r 1 prise of 0.0,00 is.. . 1 prise of 30,000 is. .. 1 prise of 20,000 is........... 1 p seof 10,000 in.... .. . ....1,r 1 prize of 9,000 is . . I prise of 7,0001 i........ ..0(4 1 prise of 7,000 is........... 1 ipnze of ,000........... . i h I prize of ,000 is.......... ... e 1 prize of 3,000 is............ u 1 prize of 24000i........... . I prize of 1,0001 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prise of 1.000 e 1 prise of 1.00 e 1 prise of 1,000 I prize of 1,000 e 1 prize of 1,000 e 1 psze of 1,000 1 pize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 ' 1 prize of 1,000 I prize of 1,000 c 1 prize of 1,000 se W~bS ' 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 I prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 I prize of 1,000. 1 prize of 1,000 I pnze of 1,000 1 pnze of 1,005 1 pnze of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 I prize of 1,000 I prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 50 prizeaof 600 ase 1.M 317 prizes of s0o are 534 440 pnzen amounting to n504@ ole tickets $20 shares In proportien. Prizes payable in full without dedneties. Orders to be addressed to. C1DS. T. HOWARDs Lock Box 693 Postofalce, iNew Send Postoffice Money order or. legister Letter, The ilchUell A Kamullkberg rmiturs C., It MhAs rvAo sa Lax" DaIMa W AL.. ear " FURNITURE, Mattraiees, Looking Glasses, At, º- 106 and 105 Camp Street, corner eoydut i Moreeque Building. New Orkawe P. B. 8. Paxra.aoe, C. C. Amasses Hewr Orleean, La. !irei'qepo 1L r, PINCHBACK, & ANTOINE, COM MISSIIUMERCIANTI e. 114 Cazbo~e1O lo.,Sn NEW ORLEANS. L.b.ral Advarese made on Cn 0& t' Prenopt antUntirm given 1o all sals aid > Slesasing of farm., ete., de. Cwouigamen't coverere by InsurEna r *5*M shipped, unless olherriee instructed oni w ' Lading. GEORGE MITE: Lock-Sml th R Bell-Hanger, 110.1 K11LINGS FlTTED U? 206, COMMON STREET, NEW ORLEA'NI SPreises rerrd, Dell ad mA s (la Housos, Shipsl an StszmboasW lited up Mr.. G. L Craig,S aL FashioD able Mvilliner, 283 Poydra" street, peBouniae Begalisa Flags sad 3see Society work done to order. SALBERT EYBICB. fBeekteller and Stathi' 130 CANAL STREET, s, New Odesas IA ~.. LlO7d G* Wheel.' Re asilL 1 *smeo r.. jopas VcDoVw.s * Co., Iul.3ek ***GENEB'le ggas105 i4 as.oana rm~bTST V. In*icin -