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,.,! the fi'st ,'t.s of the ; 'gre e-. after soluae ne 'a : 's to resist the Dem i, huliun. was the adoption .. ht,,eo.ad law, under which ,: ass of the public domain i ^..i : the po'C.esrion andt -ip of the laboring man upon ,l,,I: , of ;ittlement and cul S : ',ninal price of $10 ,":;:.;:, w-a,3 made by which S- -,ry wi; largely en . i . l t du,and rendered acces ., lihited means, over ., ,,: Irans-continental is- truction of which .. : undll r Demoera o, th.t f'ree labor t1:,; ric l inheritance, ,,f slave labor. .... .- 1 'tcIl of srb dol i, I v the Repulb ,, :. ,lflthe muited t n' " iJ ... tn of11 the I -iO t 1c tit nfl l Ill r . ,,h givin,, i .." ti e illhl s, il ib'1 4 ling i th14 :ati't n. and i 1:ie iuecrionrd o i l' ' : ' t , l all itl rigOhte I u',t , ,i, rut in that r. . , orhio fa t, 't it tlisons to 114 ;tel-p radded t tit at 4t I:no settlers, by o1 -. l i ',iS, lod tof that i I,. ih ll m illion of lt a ,t.'". , l, li orc-,i'r riiof : that in S t oBierch, ad byI " l :'t , pli, rlliro ress of n ' hd-: i ,, i iinlli, f int of It i h t ,4(tionl ist ' it 1' R'fls, t t' t its ,th' : t t'i ' E it . of thi' p4 th441 1 ' .,t l n 1 .1 ,llt i tl of :, - t ,a.,.i 'l ol l tl 11, 1 e' . ' ' ,, - m1) r1 [oI- fu t. , 1::, 1-r "!ei t t ly n u b- |th \ 1 ' , a 1' z tln . i l n prac , I ,te' o I uthie fib tin, tofl ill itt 9e.tioln ofhongres. Fe. ) '.1:,F) TMiIGoRATION. ir I -e of grc'at ht -nefit to Mi, l- :' levelielllnt (oIf her Go " ",. The (oelorel mnell so S. .. t: ,. electing their P:i1 . .. ,, a to1 hi pe for " i, (4-4-l : cheroo Su ' :' i : .I , j :t.s \\e lst Vir- Trel : '.. +.mer being only o' o Ii i flithe 1 i tOte oft '.'.'ichigan, .inneso- Mel " N.vat. u New foamp- o " .Iiode uIland, Ver \, 1 o0ef glle Telritolies hi 'l..; \\hde popuIlation lCo 'St. ( " " c" i of tlhel'o_ .. lui know tihat they Vi ',h's aind good citi-ii I '11~achble, orderly " l": I.eady to workl. R ....! ,,'l'()lhoolu and Alurches "' ur '11.r(r clIass in theA .." 4 '1 Ila4- all the charat- r esC e'. .... ,iel.n. Tlhere i s1 Ch 4in fd their pro- P : ,.4ul intelfere with Sunll :'i''""45 and prospercity, winI o'. th for'54thi, l of century to(4 -:'il. uponi them l serfaT: :;.. IJ, r 1 their own p-ake, ... u r " fwlcome them to ti T " .t, be, Ltter place for tberias rnd better than [ L' : itate in the Union, for iAA Sca pursne happiness in : , id work out their S, ."-Firt S.,tt iansa6 loa '' dia t V Paying the Priltter. There are people of every civil ized country under the sun who have mistaken ideas about the iu siness of printing and the manufae ion ture of newspapers. They believe ich that a newspaper can exist, thrive d flourish by itself, without any external aid, on the principle on a which the bear manages to tide over Poln the cold weather, without requiring sustenance or board. Many of the people of Canada labor under this strange idea, hence it comes that some of our brethren of the provin en- cial press are driven half yearly to des- dun and clamor for what is due oer them, and to brow beat readers who i ead their papers without money and without price. Our brother of ra- the Allison S/or, of the 29th alt., bor iakes an appeal ad mi.sericwrdom, ce, which is a'fair sample of what print ers are driven to do by the wanton i neglect and carelessness of those ted whom they faithfully serve. He he says: "We want money and must the have it. From the date of our coin tmieneement to the lpr-enot, we have not urged upon our subscribers or un- vertisers the lees*~ity of paying l:(l,. There is an end to all things, anlld we find that the time has ar a- rived when we cannot refrain from l a ,king for what should have been dpaid 1 long since. Printers like oth " ' er pleople, renuiremoney. We have a large weekly outlay in the way of twages, paper, ink, &e. \ there 'f fre- trust this hint may be asf tietcient.' Every straightforward ni man will admit that there is some t thing desperately wicked in the to system which compels a decent man to turn Iumn-bailifl; and throw out such vivid hints and insinuations Sas thle )above Every straightfor il ward manu will admit, also, that the part ies who are the cause of such a' Iey transformation are gnilty not only oyf uneharitableness, but downright atishonesty, and should he placarded as swindlers of the poor and needy. of The printer ought to be the last of n:ixi in the world subjecteif to y(gouging. His l·profits are small - of foir ye'trl; often invisible he has then to toil early and late, to slave often whem mnrn are at rest, to steer SLim haruk through a mllltitunlo of n'.abuse which, if justicev were dtone, SI s,,uld fall on other shoulders, and I )csides doing all this--he must n-ve,,r lose, sight of the interests of Ihis readers, nor cease to push the, forward with might and main. €,! c- rO I' ERvIA'IL. r, to S ti -i .a ,Sep(lt. 1 11:3)I A. M . 1 u_ (t . s',-r -We onlot io a rather bet tuol inquiry, but Ihe sales are con- a" fined to only 10u to 200 hales at at plrtvious prices. c . Factors are firm in their iiews, fo and it would be difficult to buy to any great extent at quotations. Yesterday's -business embraced 150 bales, and the market closed as - follows: Stvriage Exchangel SLw Ordinal L........ 04. Figures. od orilinr. . ...1... (' 1, . 1it r iLow MiddlingU. . .....I ,(.t17 1 I wMiddling......... 1 ,,17 7 Mtrict MUddling...... r Good Middling SU;.ut: Go-d Fair, " lb.............. w, Yellow Cl-arit-ld .... 13 , air ....114 at Fully fir..... .. 12 White (- 134 o ,hi..t........... . .. .i: . 134 or Rehoiled. plnntai. i o. hn S(,. -ldhan Synip . $1 fii FLOUR: Suplrfiuue.... ......... ... .75 - Double extra............. 5 75 Treble extra ......... -.... -..... 025 Good Treble Extra .... ... .... . 6 50 1 Good Extra ......... .... ..... SA ' Choice Extr. ... . 7, ani 8 00 CORN: - SA' Yellow mixed, "1 Iushel .... .... e. Choice Yel w. ... .. 71 . \W hite i xe. d ...... ..... .. . . or White....................... 7 Choice White. inDundees ... .. A St. ('harles county White...... Vh Mixd. in poor order . OATS: MI St. Louis. " bushel 68 - Galena. .. 52 BRAN: I HAY: SWestern, ton . 30 00 Choice. . 300 o PORK: Summer-cured Mhms .. . Winter-packed Meca... -- t .Etailing ;t. ... .. $14 1~ 34 60 The Mitchell & Ramellsberg FURNITURE CO, X-~ATcRctraiS A'sn DEIlma fr AsLL aIcDS Or MATI'RASSES, LOOING GLASSES, &e., my 103 and 10 a ~ ; otst coni Payg p, o E BUILDING, XEW OBLE Aj. eivil- CAIRO. who F. LOUIS AND NEw ORLtMAN PAC.,r CoMPAl. lieve FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. brive Illinois Central PRalread Packets any R ARO a on stsamers of over this line will leave as follows: iring Giving throwgh bills of lading to all f the points onthe besiiphs and Charleston Railroad, Nashville and Northwestern this Railroad, and Memphis and Ohio Rail that road-also to St Laous. )in- Thr tgh Tickets fhrished at lewest Iv to rates to all points ~ust, West and North, due by all the various routes via Memphis, Cairo and t. Louis. Statetoom se who cured at General OLee, 10l.Ceomms oney treet. wr of A. A. WOOD, General Agent, l10 Common Stree' C. G. WAIN. NE, Freight Agent, º(oin, 87 Natchez Street, I rint- .TON N. BOFINGER. President, I itoil Bills of lading for all freights over iose the Illinois Central Railroad; signed He at the office of ITst JAMES T. TUCKER, ail,. C-tf 26 Carondelet Street. rcnn- In lave e Sor Mtiwrnawrs' Soorr~rnN PACKET ('ouMPANY. ng, Fon Sr. LouTs, CAIRO, '____ Mrxpmre and the Bends- rom The hteamers of this line will leave as scen follows. at 3 P, M. ith- Giving through bills of lading over ave the Illinois Central Railroad to al ~ of vIints 'dnrkansas, White and Cumb erland rivers. Through bills of lading and lparenger tickets issued to.all poipnt-; on the Upper Mississippi. as ard high na St. Paul. of S Plan of cabin may be see and state- of the rooms sonred on application to h3 ant ST'EVENSON A VERLANDER. ed out gents, jo: on 135 Gravier street. or- JO)HN F. BAKER, President. of the BTlli of ladingoverthe Illinois Cent- 18 ha sal Railroad signed onlyattheoflioe of o' nl JAS. T. TUCKER. 26 Carondelet street. to iht led re NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO ast AND THE WEST. Co to -- Or I TIE IIL LINOTI (NTRAL RAILROAD Di ins Co e AND Di vo Blue Line, Via Cairo, wli of WILL TAKE FBREIGHT ele SFrqmn New Orleans on flt- the , Clas steamers, pr il I.\ i';; utul.t, AT 5 P. M., FOR fiet CAIRO, CHICAGO, AND ALL del (if POINTS NORTH, WEST AND pre min EAST. AT THE LOWEST wed RATES. ins 001 All iates and all through -bills of Ipc:: lading fram New Orleans by above route p iveln, signed and recognizedi' oilyv al the General Office of the Com-' I. l,.ay, No. 26 Carondelet Street. Ma ,tShiplprs by this route save all dray n-age an transfer charges at Cairo, ing at and th. ir goods are always under vovr. andt no charges are made for '4, forwarding. to JAMES T. TUCKER, General Agent. Oil A ,Gi-Jos BATON ROUGE. moi S|, New Orleans, Coast, Baton Ed B"Rougeand Grose Tote ail bell road semi-weeklW -: .an Qii g'r packet _: 8T. JOHN G. W.\V . G:.TorNE. Mabster; JAim MCLoro, Clerk, ibac) DIu will i,'ve New Orleans every RLrm~Ir, at 5 P. MI., ald\rin.asn T, at 5 P . M. For fneigbt or passage apply on board, lert E.O . MANro1I, 11 Conti street. broi HT, LOUIS. N For Ht. Louis. Cairo and M.phis. 5 .The Steamer KATI ern, 5 J. M Warnm. Master; willlar Sleave New Orleans for above ports on SATURDAY, SATURDAY, O June 10; June 14; Alfr SATURDAY, SATURDAY, Har .Tnly 8: July . n For freight or peasage apply on board, Esq or to D J. JANNEY, No. 160 Common Street. end A. A. GREEN, No. 196 Common tStreet Where a plan of the cabin ean he seen TO' MILLINERY ESTABLIISBfMENT. FALL ANI) WINT'R ot deaii sTocK or of or then MILLIN# 7U¥OODS oao of eveTry description, just recived at ,P ..E L A R W" in t1 '. . .CHARTRES STREE ...29 Sot (between Canal -ad ) That desirable samily stirese aClaibamra ~be ; wmem SlM. myra a ed Osq- , gFor'wg particuersa ab'l : -w. Oumm il ccli US Co~urehlV lm k Call for a Southern tates Con vention. ACKIr The following pteamb ib ad reso luti6ns were adopted by the State L Convention of Georgia hela in At lanta, Frebruay 3, 1871: AIRo WaHrESn , The peculiar condition A Ia of the colored peoplein the South of iera States,gow out of a corm I bination of lol csuse, does, in the to all judgment of this Convention, do leston wand a more practical undersa .d mum ing and mutual co-operation, to the Rail. end that a more themough union of effort, action, and orgaiaoon may rwet exist; and 5,sth, Whereas, We believe a oonvention s, of the Southern States would most .- happaly unpply this exigency ad receive the cordial endorement of the colored citizens of said States; at,, Therefore, ree. Resolved, That we, the members at, of the Georgia State Convention 1 reet, now assembled, do authorize the it, President of this Convention to is over sue a call, in tiq name of theamid Convention for a Southern States Convention, to be held at such time j and place as he, and those with nest whom he may advise, shall deter mine best adapted to the public convenience. r* The above is a tre extract from the minutes of the Georgia State Convention. to. J. S. SThKFJ.Y, ls- Secretary of the Convention. To the Colr.d Citizens of the States of Alabama, Arkansas, DeJaware, >ver Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisi al ana, Tennessee, Maryland, Missis mb sippi, Missouri, North Carolina, P Houth Carolina, Texas, Virginia, ig West Virginia and the District of -all Columbia: cl a Having been deputed, in pursuance F of the above resolution, as President sts- of the Georgia State Convention, and by the endorsement of the distinguish ;R. ed gentlemen whose names are sub its, joined, we do hereby call the above let. named Convention to meet in the city of Columbia, South Carolina, on the at- 18th day of October, 1871, at twelve of o'clock M. As the Convention did not advise as to what should constitute the ratio of representation, we suggest that the respective States be representatively ap portioned the same as they are in the F Congress of the United Statei, to wit, One delegate from each Congressional AI District, and two from the District of Columbia. The several Congressional Districts will elect their own delegates, which elected delegates n.ay meet and IT elect two for the State at large, males 'T the respective States shall otherwise provide by State Conventions. WI Those who may be accredited as delegates, should meet the Convention a prepared to remain in session one week, if necessrvy, as questions reqnir- Dif ing maturr deliberation will donbtless come hefre it, and dhould not be s of posed of precipitently. ve Most Respectfully, H. M. TURNER, Dr n- Presid,,nt Ga. State Convention. at a MACON, Ga., May 29, 1871. y A few of many gentlemen endors o, ing the call: Pi. er' Alabama Hon. James T. Rapier. or Arkan'es -Hon. J. T. White. Ddeauvre--Howard Day, ,E q. Florida--Hon. Johnathan C. Gibbs, Secretary of State; Hon. Josiah T. WaI, Hln. H. S. Har mon. Georgia-Hon. J. F. Long, Hen. SEdwin Belcher, H n. T. G. C 1- bell, Hen. J. M. Simnls, J. ' a- Qqarles, Esq. Renlue.I-W. H. Gibson, Esq., G. W. Dupee, Esq. , Loui.iena-Hdn. P. B. S. Pihnd - O back, Lieutenant Governor O. J. Dunn. Alor!Iand_-Isaac Meyers, Easq, ,. M. Perkins, Esq., John H. But ler, Esq. Mi.si.ippi-Hon. James Lynch, PR Secretary of State; Hon. E. Sear - brough. North ('ai','a--Hon. James H. Harris, Hon. George L. Mabson, J. T. Sehenck, Esq. South Carolina-Lieutenant Gov- - ernor A. J. Ransier, Hon R. C. De I Large, Hen' R. H. Oain, Hon. Jos. Rainey, Hen. It. B. Elliott, Hen. F. GO0 L Cardoza, Secretary of State. Tnneewa'-Abram Smith, Esq. Alfred E. McKinney, Esq., Henry SHarding, Esq., M. R. Johnson, Esq. Tea--Hoan. Richard Nelen, SEsq., Hon. J. T. Ruby. Disric of Columnbia--H~ b. Fred- k" orick Douglass, Hen. James A. Handy. TO THE COLORED CITIZENS OF LOUISIANA. Whereas we favor the Convention e contemplated in the above call, and are desiomus of having the colored people publ of our State represented in the same, therefore we issue this call for a State Convention of the colored eitizens of Loiiaisns to meet am the 11TH DAY 01 AUGURB Nrf, I in the city of New Orl fort he purpose of electing delesgate to the so .ta ates Csvem.iao. Tnhe.s bC tim ree m tma to the ommr imos P. A. a. mAS CnAc, e. C. ANIYrc , - LA "E AR~ C CA OCAR J. DUNR, *. Republions palim of this 5tate Cc has sos . YEZW A ERTrs,,Nrv Son- . Lmun.L W. LasuD. Ho- . R. LEHDE & BRO., At- GROC ERS t tion &: No. e 81 88. the d- Iarsne Nat, hraet v estaln Soeet the New Orleans. U of IIPAlways on hand a hode seleetion ion loet of ash GMCERIES, fine WINES and ad LIQUORS. Sof te;s Fa mily and Country Orders ion SOlle ted. No. 49 3mo the - ----- --- ---- - tea - - - --- e MRS. A.M.PARRISR er lie FIRST PREMIUM tte o hX aka NI. OI CANAL %TREET, Ie' Or4esw a, La. LcI , Particular attention paid to the f manufir, of Gents' Under- on clothing; anloBase Ball Club and . ce Firemen's UniformMade to order. Inm at ma BRA NS OF THE NEW YOrK des In o Fash OPn .e h!O of Fa8 o o tho oati e FOR LABIES a.' Com lepmlrealg by Ir. I A. 1. Wd anid gMdn Is glee Irs. . E. LiuaI. opP lani SFURNtSiINU gOODm F SOF ALL KINDS, FROM al e HEAD DIE ti F T'O HOMIERI , C, SUITSJM GRFAT VARIETY, Wuappm Lsail or Double. Undereloth a ing of every deseription, Night Dresses. 17 , T'rail aq. Wating Skirts. Chemise, DDmwers f eks, Over Skirts, Ap~ns, &c. Ordere taken for wedding Ontfits, Ohil drens and infants' Wailroibe, Suits and X3 Dresse in the Latest ttvlee, and unpplied at short notice. Sb'The TRADE mapplied at New York l'1r Ircmo Samnple Room, No. 2l Canal At., AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S FIIST PEIIUM SIIRT I.A'IFACTOlRY. n reSpecCtuljy olicitel. ( P14I.A. GOODALE, Ms. K. E. IJNCOLN. BOOKSELLERS, TA TIONERS BARRETT, SEYMOUR & Co., - PRINTEIRS AND LITHOK RA PHER*u, 60 Camp Street, NEW ORLEANS. E C0OSUOPOUTAI llEWS l , E T, STATIONER, BOOKS, ETC., No. 94, .rchange Alley, Lbeluwn iBntjlleand (anli 8/nrte, New Or. All the large Northern and Wetere dai More than one hundred and sixty dii. erent publications received and sold. Skbcriptionsaree.,d to all pedodiel punblicatios. Co Subseribers will be accountable for the mbeaription as long as they do not mend beak the paper, or notify otherwise. ALBERT EYRICH, DBootnekI .-hw. .iuir For a 19a XL RE AI E S T, gy Ne _hmsb Il. Ca JUI U&Er BrS, .BROWIg cb. M maIk. Misdt Amdulr . Ly Am DRY GOODS & CLOTHING. PARTIES WHO BUY FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS -FOR CASH Will find their money spent more to their ML Atisfction at BR4AELJAN& ADM'8 M CASH HOUSE ELSEWHERE. A lanoe through their immens, t,-: tin- a Sils, gStina, Bel Popes Plid 9, r®gex, Merinoe, Cshbmeree, p. r! -. Ponmome r, Ans Jaet. Shan Is , L, mbroidC en ries, loves. Coaset Vel vets, Ribbons, Parasola, Etc., Etc., Etc. WILL CONVINCE. 8 ............ n d.......... 588 Magazine street, cor. St. ALdrw, -- -- •- ,,m-' .. _ MIS;'ELLA A'EO . THE PEOPLES COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ) elArtaztnent of Ntraight Unrterbflgy. Located over the Freedlmens Ravings Bannk, he 114 Carondelet St. er- OPEN DAY AND EVENiNG, NO VACATION. d The-old and young can enter at this r Institution any day, no distinction made in regard to race or color. The design of the Institution, is to furnish i opportunities to those wishing a rapid, thorough and practical business edu oation, fifty to one hundred per cent. aved by students, by taking the rapid commercial course. Parties having or- LO dinary ability, who have entirely no- 31i glected their education now have the 4 opportunity to qualify themselves for 1 almost any position in the State, in an incredibje short time. From two to three montLs is al that requires to compllcte the commer al cnurse. Terms reduled to suit the 'I times. v For fuither infornmatin call at the! College, or address 4 Prof. A. T. Selever, Principal. REMOVAL I- TO 1687 . CANAL STREET.. ..167 5 No. 9 CAMP STREET. ,d L .NNdUWZrLNT d Manufacturers and Dealers BOOTS AND SHOES, fact k Trumke, Valises and Bags, d'm" We repectfully give notice that they hbve to o removed to the large and centrally located me pro, No 167 ('anal Street, the Near Dauphine. ry PAINTING, GLAZING, CALSOMIING, (RANTILINO, FRESCOING, h OGRANINGO, SIGN PAINT- pun, ING, WALL PAPERING. ionil men Omllee No. 84 Dryades Street, Near Union Street *p. SCOLORED SEAMEN'8 HOMEr GEORGE TAYLOR. NO. 91 FRONT LEVEE, THIRD DITRIJT, 17. Boawrdbing (Vnd Lodging A B --- FO-- Deal B I A. M 35 N o low THE PEOPLE'S B001 AKD 'THE BOOK OF THE DAY. C JUBST OUT.lo The Louisiana Magistrate. A GUIDE OF DAILY USE 1O THE JUDGE, THE PABISH OFFI. CER, THE LAWYER, THE BUSiNESB MAN, AND READS OFP FAMILIE. R Contsia·l the most sessary informs. ion tb questions of every day use. COMLETE SET OF FORMS FOR ALL CONTRAC' OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE For mae by ARmREr, ImYM4rx a co,, Gmseal Stlonmus ana law PrmIhahua mahS tL. , a .. amp , rs. C.arpe nteFan d uild er, --- l....mw A rIET.. ..97 Ac adsasle attepe wplbeopralui 17 ihmsi dtan VG. LOTTRIES. IUUI.AJA KYATE [TIT T CoAl" DRY Incorporated August 17, 8O CHAES T. HOWARD .. Pasmmnt. TINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY, their sn. e SoD ! Os.r 20,000 Namu . Z CAmAL Pan. - --- $60,00. CLASS M. TO BE DRAWN IN NEW S L ,dN d HOWARD, SaKIa~ idaO., :Qs BCHEMX : 120,000 N ,ns.-- .rm s .- 1 prize of $50,000 is..........goga I prize of 30,000 is.......... 3% 1 prize of 0,000 is.......... 588 prize of 10,00 is.......... 1 I prize of 9.000 is.......... 9, w, I prize of 8,000 is...... 8 I prize of 7,000 is ........ 700 1 prize of 6,000 i......... I prize of 6,000 i .......... i 1 pize of 4.000 is ......... 4,09 I prize of 3,000 is .... 3,000 IAL I prize of toes i ..... ,00 I prize of 1.000 1 prize of 1,000 I prize of 1,000 1 prizv of 1.000 i I prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 ig l prize of 1,000 I prize of 1,000" 1 prize of 1,000 Sprize of 1,000 S prize of 1,000 - O.. I prize of 1,000 are $6,*05 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 is 1 prize of 1,000 ion prize of 1,000 i 1 prize of 1,000 te. I prize of 1,000 Id- I prize of 1,000 f id Iprize of 1,000 SIpriae of 1,000 pi- I prize of 1,000 id 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 or- t0 prizes of are 95,000 W- 317 prizes of a00 are g6,4g0 4o 0 prizes amounting to for Whole tickets 990; shares i in Prizes payable in fall without'ptsatl Ordend to be addressed to. I CHA. T. HOWARD, Pr- Lock Box 692 eostofflee, New Orlesns. he send Pomtoflice Mooaey order or Register your Letter. PATENT ATTORNEYE AND e S EAUER IN A - THE and most Usefbil Patents of a the age. We beg to all public attention to t&e fact that we are now prepared to iM or. q ders for the latest novelties in the l ofn i patented goods, and are constantly addig -e to our large stock, such artiles of d i merit as the inventive spirit of the age prodnues, and the progredve teoper of the times demands. The Soauthers Om. try especially, needs these lbee inventions; to our friends in tiR eomatry -extend an invitation to all and emine ous stock of' azouszuorw ANo h3M wna. 1, ; Inventors can obtain iufolreatlosa through ourn Ageny, of the os to a pnrmed in obtaniing patents, (S. m OPWnD1 OF TrE PATENT OFFICEmos r ment fees, &e.; Ae. Applications made, and Caveats led, i speedily and ffectively thronugh our sle, AND AT LESS COST TO TE InEnY TOB, SaiL persual application at.Washingto. a * circular address. HTAOG A O'NRE.L, 180 Canal t84et. New Orleans. rcARPET WAREROUoqE 17. ...CHARTRES 8TREET..17 A BROUSSZEAU & CO., Importers aud Delcr at Wholesale and Retail, cr at low pries ; CARPE'I'IG. FLOOR OIL CLOTH, MATTING. Curtain and UphoLbmz' Window hades, Table Covers, HaIlr (oths, lace CUrtains. Cornices, ate, "Mrs. 0. E. Craig, Fashionable Milliner, 283 Poydras tret. - --:o:- We B oenmte, eganlas, FLa I ad Roetes Sooety work donea to odAr. )O. o500. 500. 00soo. HOME WASHERS, I MOME WASHEW, HOME WASER.; Bold within the Pat Tw. Mouths under a alL Not o tc, Speaks for i.te!lt In Op ltMso Di t. ,: , Pdmour