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hoesa (,,ad4--Thie~e a Wleek.
Laves New Orleans every TUESDAY and
FRIDAY at 10 o'clock A. Y. a
For RICELAND, POINTE-A-LA-HA
CHE, and all way landings on the
Lower Coast
The Steamer
Sam Jicolma,
T. A. Enderle, Master,
John. T. Richardson, Clerk.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
V. J. WOOD, 33 Peter St.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
St. Louis. Iron Moutain and Soathern
Railroad.
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
To St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, San Francisco,
St Paul, Kansas City, Leavenworth, St
Joseph,
And all Points North, Eest and West.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the New
Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Rail
road Depot daily, at 7 A. M. and 5 P. II.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of Canal
street daily at 8 A. M., via the New Orleans,
Mobile and Chattanooga Railroad, making
close connections at Mobile with the Mobile
and Ohio Railroad to all points North, East
and West.
For tickets apply to
A. D. SHELDON.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and Great
Northen Railroad, corner Camp and Com
mon streets, under City Hotel ; or to
W. BEDELL.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and Chat
anooga Railroad No. 150 Common street,
under St. Charles Hotel.
J. H. WINGFIELD.
general Superintending Agent St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railroad,
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
AND
CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD.
The Mobile division of this road will be opened
for business on
Monday, November 11, 1870,
and passenger trains till run as follows ;
Leave New Orleans, from the foot of Canal
street, for Bay St. Louis, Pass Christian, Mis
sissip pi City, Biloxi, Ocean Springs, Pascagoula
and Mobile at 8 o'clock A. M. Arrivive at Mo
lile at 2::31) o'clock P. ~,, connecting at Mobile
with the MOBILE AND O'TO, and the MO
iILE AND MONTGOMEI I RAILROADS for
all points
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20 A. IL
Arriving at 6:10 P. M.
Fare Between New Orleans and Mobile,
Five Dollars.
THIIOUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN EACH
WAY DAILY.
Freight received at New Orleans, at the foot
~f Julia street before 4:30 P. M., delivered at
'i..bile early next morning.
[i'EEIGHI AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER
ROUTE
'-r furtier informa:i>n, call at tie' General
`t.i ,of the compUanv. roomals one and two, ul
,.ro:r,. i'T)UY lUILDING, corner Camp and
,thnae, sreetx. J. R. KENDR{IC~K,
General Sup~erinteidcnt.
'RAVELLERS, ATTENTION:
The New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern,
anil )lississippi Central Railreads.
lion their P1ast.evger Coaches and Baggage
(..rs, their combined length without
change.
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RESIDENCE
TO DESTINATION.
The 7 A. M. Express Train runs Daily,
(SUNDAY.S EXCEPTED.)
Makes close connecti 'us for Vicksburg, Mem
phii. St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville, and all
p ants beyond, Sleeping cara at night, Canton
to Grand Junctin and Humboldt.
Tue Mail Train lea tes New Orleans Dally,
at 5 P. 1.
Makes schedule connections with Lightning Ex
prasa traine, to al points NORTH, EAST and
WEST. Carries the great Northen Mail.
Time to New York, 70 leurs.
New and elegantly fitted up bleeping Cars
run it, Humboldt, Tennessee, Cleveland. Ten
nessee, and Louisville, Kentucky.
Express Train South arrives at 1:30 A. M.
Mail Train South arrives at 11:05 A. I.
Ticket Office. Galveston, Iron Building.
Ticket Offices, New Orleans, under City Hotel,
C 'rner Camp and Common streets, and at
Depot.
E. Q. SEWALL, General Superintendent;
J. B. MORlEY, General Ticket Ageat
New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern
Railroad.
Ei. D. FROST, General Superintendent ;
D. B. MOREY, General Ticket Ag ent, Mis
sissippi Central Railroad.
S. S. SCOTT, GeneraL Passenger Agent
MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT.
FA4LL AND WINTER
stocK oF
MILLIN~ERY GOODS
of every description, just received at
29....CHARTRES STREET....29
(between Canal and Customhouse.)
'. H. M.LRKBAM, C. W. BURT,
St. Loui.s. New Orleans.
MAJIKHAM & BURBT,
Importers and Jobbers of
109...GRAVIEJR STREET,...109
NEw On xz'a.
HENRY C. & H. I. DIBBLE,
8. ATT oRIx Ys AT LAW,
$tNtce treet (Morgan'. DdiW)
LOUISIA.A STATE LOTTERY Ce
Incorporated August 17, 1868.
CHARLES T. HOWARD ........ Psmnimr.
SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY,
SPEaNDI ScmS m! ONYr 20,000 Nuxum
CAnTAL Pzes - - - - $50,000.
CLASS $
TO BE DRAWN IN NEW ORLEANS ON
Satarday, April li, 1871,
HOWARD, SIMMONDS & CO., Contr'cts.
SCHEME :
20,000 xuMBze-TIrcEnTB omj $20.
1 prize of $50,000 is..............50,000
1 prize of 30,000 is.............. 30,000
1 prize of 20,000 is.............. 20,000
1iprize of 10,000 is........... 10,00.
1 prize of 9,000 is.............. 9,000
1 prize of 8,000 is............... 8,000
1 prize of 7,000 is.............. 7,000
1 prize of 6,0011 is............... 6,000 1
1 prize of 6,000 is............... 5,000
1 prize of 4,00i is............... 4,000
1 prize of 3,000 is............... 3,000
1 prize of 2,000 is.... .. 2,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prizv of 1.000
1 prizegof 1,000
I prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000 are $26,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
50 prizes of 500 are 25,000
317 prizes of 500 are 63,450
440 prizes amounting to $280,450
Whole tickets $20 shares in proportion.
Prizes payable in full without deduction.
Orders to be addressed to.
CHS. T. HOWARDs
Lock Box 692 Postoffice, New Orleans
Send Postoffice Money order or Register your
Letter,
The litchell & Ramellsberg Furniture C.,
MANUFACTUuEzS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
FURNITURE,
Mattnunses, Looking Glasses, &c.,
103 and 105 Camp Street, corner Poydras,
Moresque Building,
N.e. Orleans.
P. D. S. Pxvcanscx, C. C. AzroDxx,
see Orleans, La. Shreceport La.
PINCHBACK, & ANTOINE,
CO MMISSIONMERCHANT3
114L Ca~ron clelet S.
NEW OIILEANS.
L;Ieral Advnces made on 'onsi nmentI.
Protnpt (attentrin Uleie to all sales and psrchase.e,
le'zsinq of larmis, etc., tie.
CItJsi.Jna nts covered by Indiraire oa soon as
slJpped, unless otheracise instructed os the Bill of
L'udinq.
OEO. GIGNAC. ALF. JOURDAIN.
GIGNAC & JOURDAIN,
Corner Conti and Villere, No. 239.
ALWAYS ON HAND
CHOICE5 GROCERIES, TEA, COFFEE, PIOVI1510
WINES, LlI~lOfl
AND
agS- Ordersi promptly attended to.
,TUJLES ABELARD, 3
Carpenter and Builder.
237....JULIA STREET....237.
Nzw Ouzswis.
All ordeis left at the shop will be promptly
ttended to.
GEORGE lIITE:
Lock-Smrnh & Bell-Hanger,
IRON RAILINGS FITTED UP,
206, COMMON STREET,
NEW ORLEANS.
p Prsses rdBells and Gleng. for
Houss, Sips Steamboat. Fitted up.
*. 9
cLERK o7 TEN UNrrED SxTaTs ciacuri coumr,
UxrTED STAlSW 00OZAONES.
Commiessoner o~f the Cowrt of Claims.
Depositions, testimony, acknowledgments,
etc., taken at bort notieS.
Pamportsemeuedfromi the She.s Department,
Washington, with accuracy and prompnanm.
Office at the Cumtomnhouse. over the Pos Ofiee
newapaper delivery.
NewOrleazs. Immisiama.
Joiein, McDowELL .A Co., Little Bock Ark.
Boesar & Co., St. Louis Kiesouri
COTTON FACTORS
GENERAL OOIWIS&ION
48....CARONDELET ST....48
3e..to Ca..as a.mk an ef xNw on..
oi~shes: heas mla' Amdmsie. Mb
THE PEOPLES COMMERCIAL
COLLEGE!
STRAIGHT VVITERSITY.
Located over the Freedmens Saving Bank
114 Caroadelet St.
OPin DAY Axo sMimIe, NO VACATIox.
The old and young can enter at this Inst'
tution say day, no distinction made in regard
to race or color. The design of the Institution,
into furnish opportunitiesto those wishing a
rapid, thorough and practical business edu
cation, fifty to one hundred per cent saved
by students, by taking the rapid cosmmercial
course. Parties having ordinary ability,
who have entirely neglected their education
now have the opportunity to qualify them
selves for almost any position in the State,
in an incredible short time.
From two to three months is all that re
quires to complete the commercial course.
Terms reduced to suit the times.
For further information call at the Col
lege, or address
Prof. A. T. Selover,
Principal
MRS. A. M. PARRISH
FIRST PREMIUM
SuEIT BAKuE,
N11.21 CANAL STIEET,
New Orleans, La.
Particular attention paid to the manu
facture of Gents' Underclothing; also
Base Ball Club and Firemen's Uniforms
Made to order.
-BRANCH OF THE NEW YORK
Emporium of .IPbhion
FOR LADIES.
Repreutatdlby Mrs.. .esule A JIr.I.E. Lslelb.
Fhulakshg Geebs
OF ALL KINDS, FROM
HEAD DRESS TO HOSIERY,
SUITS IN GREAT VARIETY,
Wrappers Single or Double, Underclothing of
every descrption, Night Dresses, Trail and Walk
ing Skirts, Chemise, Drawers, Sacks, Over
Skirts, Aprons, &c., &c.
Orders taken for wedding Outfts, Childrens
and Infants' Wardrobes, Suits and Dresses in the
Latest Styles, and supplied at short notice.
AV-The TRADE supplied at New York prices.
Sample Room,No. ft1 Canal St.,
AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S
FIRST FIEEIUM SIRT 1A.NFACTORY.
ºfr- Orders respectfully solicited.
Mrs A. GOODALE,
Mrn. K. E. LINCOLN.
B. T. WALSIIE
110......CANAL STREET......101
Near St. Charles,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
MEN'S AND BOYS'
SHIRTS.
(OF HIS OWN MAKE)
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
CLOTHINIS
MEN'S AU 1011' 1111TS 1111 TO SKIER
Every Article Marked in Plain Figures
Goods sold on "*one price" system, and any
article purchased which fails to give satisfactien
can be returned and the money will be refunded.
i'-Moderate Prices and Fresh Stock
to select from are some of the induce
mente offered at
'B. T. WALSHE'S
PREMIlUM 51ll? AND CLOTEIII NIP~lUIU,
110 Canal St., near St. Charles,
2h~eraw Orleaais.
N. B.-Letter Orders receive prompt attention
Sand Alled C. 0. D. if deaired.
' UNION LEAGUE CLUB HOUSE,
32............Rcoyal atteest...........32
The rooms of this Cuib are open each day to
members and and their guests Irom 7 A. 11. to
r 2P .Lanch will be saved daily from 13 K.
to 2P. M. noI9 1m2p.
CARPET WAREROUSE
'17... ...CHARTRES STREET....17
A BROUSSEAU & CO., JImpostsrs sad Dealers
at Wheleslal and Matail. afar at low
P. pAces ;
i, ARPTING,
FLO)OR .OIL CLOTE,
* Carinl sand Upbholaeres' 3faterial, Window
Shades, Tahbh Covers Hair Cloths Inee Cur
tbin. cornilc, eto
SEMPIRE
MUTUAL LIVE INSURANCE COMPANY.
of than c&ST at amewe oaerZE
N. 135 BRoADwAY
B Goe WV. SuM. Flei Fes. 8. Al~a h&nw.
WALThAM WATCHES.
THE BALANOR WDEEL
aA
WALThAM WATCH
4 times seond, S
140 times a minate,
14,400 times an hour,
345,600 times a day, $
4,419,900 thius. week,
10,368,000 times a month,
1286,144,000 times a year.
MORE IS EXPECTED OF A WATCH
B
THAN ANY KIND OF " C
MACHINERY. E
A
H
R must not only r aul day, but eal night; ad I
ol on seekda., bet on Bundsp and Holidays.
It must run hanging tip or lying do's'n'ed *s
downs or right side up. A must keep rmlang wes
the teurer sits down or stand up, When he wags B
or rides. Infact, i is mpecld to do ca duty aell L
times, in svery plss and in sery ptael- I
- A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fulfiall these requirements. I wound once
a day, it will faithfhlly tick for you a hundred
and twenty-si million times in a year, without
even requiring fresh oil all tthat time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
cosrraiws
5 .ring, 9 wheels, 51 Screws, and 98 other parts f
making eaftgiher 136 sparate piae. a
Ai1 ce munane W~altham
Wa'toh.e have inevea e
ireveelvm.
its arrn esw elED . AVZ w sy JEwng,
was rZTA. eswi raD HAVE Mn" 5ZWVZU
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made by
machinery, The machinery used in making the E
movement of a single watch coast over a Ilia- I
dwed Thousand Dollars, yet we sell these Watches, I
is a solid Silver Hunting Case, for $1& The
same watch could not be made by hand and A- 3
nishedas perfectly for Tax Thei es ewuca. I
A Genuine waltham Watch I
Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rifle, that I
is, any part of one Watch is exactly like the I
same part in another ; and if ten Watches of
one grade were taken apart, anb the crews,
wheels, springs, La., were mixed together, ten I
watches could be made by putting these parts <
together again, withuot any reference to their
former combination- This is a
GREAT ADVANTAGE;
For; if any part of a Waltham Watch is injured
we can always replace it at a I
& rng Erpenss. 1
A SENUNE WALTHAM WATCH
Is made with spiclal reference to
DURABILITY
Other Watches will run for a year or two, and
require constant repairs ; but
AL Walthaam Watch
WILL RUN FAITIFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS'
We sell theseWatches,
IN SOLID SILVER HUNTING CASES, -$18
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES, $70
We have prepared an
ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST,
which describes the various grades of Watches
in detail, gives the weight and quality of the
Cases, and eli other information necessary -far
an intelligent selection. We wish every one
would send for it before ordering a Watch.
Wr*itefor it as follows:
MIsJrs Howeard d Lb.,
No. 785 Broadwasy, New York :
Please send mns your Illusfrated Price I~st of
Waltham Watches, as per advertisemeant in Tax
Louistumxx.
(Sign name and address in full)
WITHOUT EXPENSE,
oK
Z.efhsmcI the MhozaeT.
We have sent out over five Thousand of these
Watches upon these conditions, and have only
been asked to refund the money in three cases,
and not one of these was on account of dissatis
1 facton with the Watch, but because the parties
needed the money more,
* Wa KATZro Aozurs, AND owrn racase enu sax
aSAN To ezu. A nuswxasr or Ouxoox cm Taxes
cexx BUT A WATcK inox ua s ArrI wILL coor SIm
s o vounsu waax I uv HT Ix NEW Toss. ALL .
Tinas is KKPLADuDx IN THU Paica Luv
Special Notlce.-W* do noeellweitham
Watches in any Imitation, Gilt, Plated, Oride, er
Filled (Jsses whatever (these are all other names
T for Nines or Geraon Silver). The Waltham
Watch is worthy cf a solid Gold or Silver Case,
an edootpropose to sellit insay other.
Lay arvar ass ax mon rsA Parc. Liar. Aimames
HOWARD A Co.
Jasesers sad Silceramias
Mc No. 78BoawwAT, Isw Yams
CROMWELL HOUSE
in **UQUAIPUBLIC PNIVUZILzo
IT m.E.I.SRSMWELL.
271 Cuatonmbomms Street,
L(Corner of TIlle,. Street,)
New Orfemen.
OAoRD aud WBWGur by esDAY er WEl.
p. ..efrssne ne gns s
OFFICIAL JOURI.AL
or tun
u E IF lEfhTATIV
FIRST SESSION
SECOND GENERAL ASSEMIL I
or Ts
STATE OF LOUISTAWA
Continuawd fis our lest Number)
Teas: Antoine, Baker, Barker, BarretS
Banow, m hah, Brosem Byas , .hrsch,
Cheaoere, Cocehan, (rawbid, Derby, Dreio,
llis, ahulkner Foyd Po14 te ie G Hed,
Gardne. &.l larprW HHa oe .
RyamsL Johbnson nmm
loascre, murry, o, Overuoh PDoa, Qlam,
Schumacher, stamps, Stevens, Stinson, Tatmia.
Thompson, Wends, Z. Wilhiam-46
Nays: Abell, Adolphe, Belot, Batdey, Blunt,
Brewaer, Buchaean, car, Drsbr.Devid
son, Davis, Dewees. P. HarpeHear,
La Saliniere, H Lot P . Lot.lltt,
Yank, Mthdews, M~caray, mail d Moe.
Smiy Y' th, cm Bo aner, Goee;lRS,
ton, of Coneordia, Waters, Worall, York.e
And the report of the eommittq. was
adopted.
Mr. Brewster, of Onachits, Ganed
the following resolution as a substitute
for that reported by the committee:
That the seat of the Representative
from the Fifth District of Orleans be
and the same is declared vacant, and
the Governor i4 requested to order an
election to Sf the same.
And called for the previous question,
The main question was ordered.
Upon the adoption of the substitute,
the yeas and nays were called for by
Messrs. Barrett and Antoine, of Orleans.
with the following result:
Yea: Abel!, Adolphe, Bhlot, Bentley, Blunt,
Bowen, Brewster, Buchanan, Buekaglnghm,COr,~
Darinsburg, Davidom, Davis, Demes, Dswees,
Faulkner, Garstkamp, P. Harper, Kinsella,
Aliniere, Iaent H. Lott, LB. t. Lynch,.
Marie, Marvin, Matthews, M~ayM~dm
Morphy, x O ng Baby, Riley,
sin go eSartain. Ihatons
Ulnman, Verreti, Waters, WheylandZ. Willian,
H. Williams, Worrell-47.
Nays: Antoine, Baker, Barksr Barrett,
Barrow, Bickham, Brouseard, Bmewn,
Burch, Butler, Chachere, Cochran, Ca
Derby, Durio, Ellis, Fontelies, Floyd, Gaddis,
Gardner, W. Harper, Huston, Hyames, Jobs-.
eon, Kerson, Kenne, Killen. Llawbiss,.
Mahoney, Meadows, Moncoure, Murray, filsl
Overton Pond, Quinn, Schumacher, Stengs,.
Stevens, Stinson, Tatman, Thampson, Wilson,.
Young.-45.
Mr. Carr, of De Soto, moved fer a
reconsideration of the vote by which the,
substitute resolution was adopted, and
also moved tolay the motion to reconsider
upon the table.
Carried.
(The Speaker resumed the chair.]
Upon motion of Mr. Carr, of De Soto,.
the journals of Friday evening and
Saturday last were approved.
Upon motion of Mr. (srstkamp, of
Jefferson, the veto messages of the Gov
ernor were taken up.
Mr. Burch, of East Baton l~sge,
moved that the veto message relative to
an act to amend article nine hundred
and Mfteen of the Civil Code, and to
provide for the descent of community
property in certain cases, be laid upon
the table, subject to call.
Carried.
The veto of the Governor, wherein he
witheld-his signature to an act to amend
and re-enact sections eighteen hundred
and forty-eight and eighteen hundred
and forty-nine of the Revised Statutes of
1870, hwas considered.
[Mr. Moncure, of Caddo, in the chair.]
Mr. Burch, of East Baton Rouge,
moved that the bill do peass.
The Speaker put the questics,~ will the
Houso, upon a reconsideration, agree to
pass the bill, notwithstanding the objec
tions of the Governor?
The roil was called with the following
result:
Tma: Antoine, Barrett, Blunt, lurch, Craw
*wd, Faulkner, Kmrom, H. Lost, Baby,
Sertain-10.
Nay.: Abell, Adolpe, lake,, Barker, lattew,
Delot, Bentley. Baekham. Dove., Brewster,
ruedBrown, BmDuckingham, Butler,
Davidson, Dmems, El1is, Fed, Fontelie.,
Llimbias, J. B. Lott, Maeey arvin,
Matthews, Mcearty, MoncureM Mjonk,
Murray, Oplateh, Otte, Ovetn an
Riley, Riuggold, Schuacsher, Smith, Boner,
Stamps, Stanton, Stineom, Tatansan Thesapson
Tounoir, Ulimana, Verret, Wamh, Washlngtos,
Watrsal, 1Y Yofhwe K ill7m.
And the veto of the Governor was sant
tained.x ENmE~s
The Sesretary of the Semate was an.
ouedwith the following message:
To the Homorahie Speahe sad Members .f the
I am directed by the Emete to
present for the eomaidssatiom of your
honorable bodj the ia~owhat Somst
bills:
Smnste bill No, 83, am set resapaisimg
the police juries of the Stats.
Beaate bWllie 61, me et to imeorpe
rate the Cosmopoliten Beak .t Nw Or
Slesans
BmstetiWlNo, SS, t erest the
parish of Vernon sd pewa Sor the
orassson thsspt
d8isate bi Us. U3, ..wI.5. th.
U ss.eaumy ot Mat to th36a empls
da2.m m he1an n ..~

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