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I. . M. Iit-. Secretary of .n-t t(;,nnrl F. .1. Herron, under , , t. . .. En'ierson render. , i u.ng decisi,on: e l,,,,,,r "l.-it iaht th.e ,eetetarv . t ..wlwt.d the defendant to the St. ',ttficve ad iuteriem, whereupon ,: r.. "d;u ": ie c,"mmenced to test t t,1irt ,ct. aiji, under them ,; ,,: - hnlled with being an in. -: , , tith-. tlI an with unlawfully :., , i ti,,n. He justifies nn i. ntu,:nt, which he asserts was . u, mlveiation by the , t the r:lator, it is claimed c . .1.1 cn lawfully exercise no ,, t etlipressl grunted by uttry laws, antl such r II t cneessary to carry t into effict, and that the S,,. ,- withllout the santtion , sillt.dl and a usurpation. i ti.t the Governor can ..s. tuttoilnal officer, and r. r t to suspension where p:: lishing that object has I !, law. . : i rtary, Treasurer and S , rtius of the legislative ,p nt,.uts. Hence, the ar ,!,t 1t1 inltliferunce of one ,::. .,rnimnt with the duties Sh pi, plli'attion in this case. ,t .:: i l is not one of removal, , :I,' : t.w-tiey, but of ensus t.,iit the priblem to be solved ,,r lthe ah!,.ence of any constitu . ,: pr,-vi.in, an emergen- E i. in which the Governor ý I,.; i' in -iipending aul officer n,'I 'n, . .I-,.nes may happen i inte, rets would be pro-I r l: l 1 I ,ely action before t i uhl Ihe convened or a be. tuiltl be terninated. i " .: : t,. y happen in which I ,, l'rv ision whatever, i. ,. t .ltps can legally he I I, . ,,Lti.nr,, not being in 1 .: ..n Ii nothing; and the z t . ,..n take cognizance of the i ir overor powerless to A . ti-.I to the extent of It S imain passive and wit- C i fr oil and peculation c , ntrfierc? Around the b S. i an Trrurer, guards o ti ,I I rtain of their ;cts - I h ,,ienianors and high ': . ,ut as to unhlawfuil acts it S,' It. S'tert:trt the law is si- ( . 11l . l t l tll his, either of non- I , l. t -li.' , or nlalfeatsance', is i, i ,Y statute, and yet, xo tfr ' ., p i-; concerned, he cau, 0. - .,.I , t the lawatdefiance. somne i , It-.l pr,-ctribedl by the consti- t S.. i r, y .l ,gishlative ennetm ent. ' CI S til, ri-fuse to perform the: i S.. u..I, l euiumit a clear and 1 l ill ertion iln office. ulp- fr I. t ,rr vhdi ild appropriate to 2 , theI 1 fni11 4 ft Nitt, ae. . pow- i unt :hri to aplly i proimpt and (u " Il t.ltt In ithe tthuale isppoi- i ti. u uril.s o iio, ans d in the, Il t' '- s -lw t,;~o ,f apnito ,,he in- V S. tilt tittli . r tflt eixl irtion and p Sy n el l otl ''it. ,. Intl ' resort-, vi ,:tl in i 1 c, ii e .1in , to thi e ar- o t". i s,, r, tile i s, w ith ui :lthority. 'a i woidl of nth n constitution, not Sh. trut ive tpower but thel "in- k ,, ,ntive pow, r" is vested in the eli .,- 'itr lte ; that is to say, hoe lat ' h 'h Ilti'y which dtdoes not reside else- 1 t 11: is sworn to support the con SArticlt sixty-five retquires him ',., that the laws he thaithfully TI Th' injun r ini tan id ti e-e-. ' , htinlt article, as if to make i nit more cinpha tie. It isa . inv s itment of power r not " S t-lr If the i other ranlchs re '::. t ; and if it can ed e used pr *l"s hliw deibt.s anwh Ier . i xlrcis,I the oarticle is i rt ',' ieans nothing. On what i Lt ht"" l wliiat lilinnr shall ohe ti :, '. ,i t!.' laws he fisthfully exe- l8 Sr, elcling ant iodle spect- a ud ,tlhlity, but by stepping M t ,,d protecting the in- e ba ti, . cspeially where no (lo it " a y provided. Where a • b~-1. the Governor still Ord ",th liw :i anid hav in thatei ',- - th,, adnitiontl power D"tr igrant into effect, and Gro t '.,, i to ake care that the Re S l. eei ted he has the tol ' " la as, may be ne- FL( . .i ,.; %, 1 ; ant if, in the Sui "rre '~·: '? ''sr" to u ensend Ian rl ,r ftro his functions, the Ioa -I, ,i nt. The care which Cho i nit h, it- unstrued to extend "l h the public weltare is . tict i \press provisions ex it th, ',ntittution requires - - , i-,h ' urt, their duties until ber ... : it r, ualitied, except in - lC it , tur .uspension. The nin "". is thus distinctly re '" lig somewhere, and eO ilt't. who can exercise Istli * ' . ithiiary, and a Leg-. • a. powerless. The ex "' tl theu article are in the ( ita, the one may existI " 1 tolllwing impeach- i • ti. " "': ' n~i , an s a n in d ep e n d -. the constitution does it. , uri ht11its exercise to that i ' 1,of u-liiergenev be ex-. I hit niagistrate. " "' ti 'ssIvl ,i,.,rnnr to exercise at th 'i" *L. i d "lhgiated to him by 12 1 S.t ,f thl. Suprome Court in fort I-i L " tate ex rel. Mahan v ty t . ., 'I;2. The appeal in the , . entke by the exec•ti, the o et"r.. being then abenLt A -,"sn to disaki the ma - on tne ground, sanMg ourg that tlhe Governor was without power to prok.ecute it. The court said : "This ground is n of tenable, the Governor being the proper ider representative of the State, and bound to der. protect her interests." I have no doubt, therefore, that the tar Governor has a right to suspend an officer, the when in his opinion it becomes necessary pto do so in order to protect the interests test of the State. let Even under our system of government, in- where all authority emanates from the ally people, the chief magistrate is not de s- igned to be a mere automaton. bound to was follow none but specificallv prescribed the roles. Elevated to the highest dignity of the ned State, he is clothed with extraordinary no power, apparently to enable him to take by responsibilities whenever the exigencies ach f the moment require prompt action and Ty the faculty of granting relief is not gov. the erned by expren, law. , 'n(luder these considerations the court is I not at liberty and it is not within its pro an- viue, to inquire into the roasons assigned mtd 1y the Governor for the suspension of the ere Secretary, or of their sufficiency: has Lot these proceedings be dismissed with costs. iudv " CROZERVILLE, LIBERIA. ar ine A few years since by the libera ies lity of the late John P. Crozer and ·- other Philadelphians, in connec u, tion with the generous appropria ed! tion of the American Colonization iu- Society, a company of 346 colored g- emigrants left the Island of Bar or bado, in the West Indies, for :er Liberia, West Africa. The com en pany settled in a beautiful location, . near the St. Paul's river, about I re twenty miles from Monrovia. In a honor of John P. Crozer and of his t (deceased brother Dr. Samuel A. Crozer who took the first company i he of emigrants to Africa, in 1820, the in new settlement was named "Cro le !zerville" by the emigrants them to selves. Within ten days after their of arrival they organized an Episcopal it. church, which they named "Christ n church." The new settlers have ebeen very industrious. In the is eloquent language of Rev. William _ Hugue, I). D., "One of the wealth t iest, humblest most unpretentious n i- of Baptists in Penisylvania, he reareared for him, by black men, mostly Episcopalians, simply 'out Sof respect,' a memorial which the 1e loftiest wordly ambition might be - tempted to covet orenvy. The t country that produced such men is blessed of God." A letter received from Jacob Padmore, dated May , : 27, 1871, states, that "all the friends - in ('rozerville are well. The young tcrops' look promising. We have sold about fifty thousand pounds of arrow-root, and eight thousand 1 pounds of ginger. We keep ser v-vices and day school in Christ church, but is not completed." 'They feel great anxiety that their kindred in Barhadoes should be enabled to join them in their happy Ie Y home in the Republic of Liberia. -ro S'hi7'Ih,,hit, Ledt er. or COMMERCIAL. ng WEDNEDAY, Oct. 11-11:30 A. M. an Co rroN--The market opened with a good inquiry, and the sales thus far embraced 1500 bales at full prices, showing a slight improve ment. Strict Low Middling sold at 181 and 18S and Middling at 1tc. Most brokers report that Middling cannot be found under 19titl9c., but others say they can buy at 16c. Yesterday's sales embraced 2250 bales, and the market closed as fol- I lows: SA Average Exchange ,j Lists. Figures. Low Ordinary........13 14 - SA Ordinary..........15 (a 16 - J Good Ordinary ......17~(,18 - - Low Middling.......8(vlti I1 Middling...........1 , 1i' o1( Strict Middling...... a 19 - Good Middling... ... 191(J - A MOLASSES: Reboiled, plintation, "g gallon..30@ -- Wh Reboiled. reflnery.. .........3. () 65 - Golden Syrup.....................$1 00 FLOUR:- .uperine ................ ....... 5 75 Double extra.................... (; ) Treble extra ...................... 7 25 Good Treble Extra................. 7 50 (Good Extra...................7 62 ger Choice Extra............. 775, and 8 7a SPECIAL NOTICEL A special meeting of the mem- il bers of the Louisiana Progressive at S Club, is hereby called for this eve- F ning to consider the question of o t contributing to the relief of the sufferers by the fire in Chicago. WM. G. BROWN, Secretary. October 12, 1871. ruzc C usin OPPIE CoxagBIOImOs NEw O.nx.I s PIax No, 11 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, September 27, 1871. ealed proposals addressed to "The Pres ident ofthe Board of Commissioners of the New Orleans Park," will be received at this ofice daily (Sundays excepted) from 12 M. to 2 P. I., nntil October 27. 1871, Sonstruction ofa wre railing around the City Park grounds, in the Sixth Dstrict ot w the city of New Orleams, aceordi~,g to the plan. ad specifcation to esen at thim WILtLtt "' -):IWN, octll1 As. . t.~, sbmtT. tie STEAMBOATS. 1ute an. CAIRO. I to ST. Louts AD NEw OsrLtAN PAcarr the CoMPArr. eer, FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. esIllinois Central Railroad Packets. FOR MEMHPIS, CAIRO an I the Bends-The eine nt, paenger steamers of the this line will leave as follows: Sto Giving throqgh bills of lading to all' ed points on the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, Nashville and Northwestern the Railroad, and Memphis and Ohio Rail road-also to St. Louis. i Through Tickets furnished at lowest nd rates to all points East, West and North, I or. by all the various routes via Memphis, Cairo and St. Louis. Staterooms s cured at General Omoe, 104 Common ro ted treet. c the A. A. WOODS, General Agent, 104 Common Street. ith C. G. WAYNE, Freight Agent, s 87 Natchez Street, C JOHN N. BOFINGER. President, a Bills of lading for all freights over a- the Illinois Central Railroad; signed e ad at the office of - JAMES T. TUCKER, t] apl. 6-tf 26 Carondelet Street. C ia )n td Mnacr.ars' SourTRrN PACKET r- CoMPANt. T or ~ Foa Sr. Louis, CanRo, i- MEmPIs and the Bonds n, The steamers of this line will leave as at follows. at 5 P, M. [n Giving through bills of lading over is the Illinois Central Railroad to al points on Arkansas, White and Cumb of 'Y erland rivers. Through bills of lading e and passenger tickete issued to all o points on the Upper Mississippi as joi high as St. Paul. na Plans of cabin may be see and state- of rooms secured on application to STEVENSON & VERLANDER. Agents, 1e 135 Gravier street. n JOHN F. BAKER, President. re - Bills of lading over the Illinois Cent- c r rail liailroad signed only at the office of Co Co JAS. T. TUCKER. On , 26 Carondelet street. Di it Co e NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO Di e AND THE WEST. wh THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD pt AND dcl Blue Line, Via Cairo, WILLTAKE FREIGHT we From New Orleans on first clas steamers, ing eon L1 EAVING DAILY, AT 5 P. M., FOR CAIRO, CHICAGO, AND ALL POINTS NORTH, WEST AND EAST, AT THE LOWEST RATES. MA All rates and all through bills of lading from New Orleans by above ing route given, signed and recognized only at the General Office of the Conm pany, No. 26 Carondelet Street. Shippers by this route save all dray. 1 age and transfer charges at Cairo, Gil and their goods are always under Joe cover, and no charges are made for mo forwardling. ( JAMES T. TUCKER, Ed General Agent. bell ST, LOUIS. . For St Louis, Cairo and Memphis. bac i The Steamer KATIE, Dm J. M Wmrrat, Masuter; will leave New Orleans for above ports on ler, SATURDAY, SATURDAY, A June 10; June 24; SATURDAY, SATURDAY, July 8; July 22. For freight or passage apply on board, T E or to J. JANNEY, No. 150 Common Street. ern A. A. GREEN, No. 196 Common Stree Lai Where a plan of the cabin can be seen Rai LC BATON ROUGE. Alfr - Har New Orleans, Coast, Baton Rougeand GroUsse Tete Rail road semi-weekly passen- Esq ger packet ST. JOHN. eric W. B. Garnaovus, Master; Jaxus McEsor, Clerk, TO Will leave New Orleans every SarAoDAr, at 5 P. M., andWfsmmsnr, at 5 P. M. W For freight or parsge apply on board, ct F O. MLarcow, 11 Conti street desi -A boy five years old, is de scribed on the Jersey City police , docket as "an habitual drunkard." LI WrMark Twain is going to build him a house in Hartford. in tl MILLINERY ESRLB LII8MENT. pBp. FALL AND WINTER b mrous or MILLINERY GOODS of every desptpia, jt nreved at -... CHARTBES .E.l.T ..9 betweoma Or ml Qas eus l IFEUlAL IE Call for a Southern States Con vention. ZIT The following preamble and reso lutions were adopted by the State Convention of Georgia, held in At lanta, Frebruary 3, 1871: :eta Wgaams, The peculiar condition I of the colored people in the South ofern States, growing out of a com bination of local cause, does, in the judgment of this Convention, de mand a more practical understand stn ing and mutual co-operation, to the tern end that a more thorough union of - effort, action, and orgaiznation may exist; and Whereas, We believe a convention rest of the Southern States would most rth, happily supply this exigency and receive the cordial endorsement of the colored citizens of said States; Therefore, son Resolved, That we, the members of the Georgia State Convention now assembled, do authorize the t. President of this Convention to is sue a call, in the name of the said Convention for a Southern States et, Convention, to be held at such time 1 and place as he, and those with I whom he may advise, shall deter rer mine best adapted to the public red convenience. The above is a trie extract from the minutes of the Georgia State et. Convention. J. S. SToxELv, Secretary of the Convention. To the Colored Citizens of the States of Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, o' Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisi ana, Tennessee, Maryland, Missis siippi, Missouri, North Carolina, p South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of na er Columbia: al Having been deputed, in pursuance ob of the above resolution, as President of the Georgia State Convention, and - ig by the endorsement of the distinguish ll od gentlemen whose names are sub 1s joined, we do hereby call the above named Convention to meet in the city of Columbia, South Carolina, on the 18th day of October, 1871, at twelve o'clock M. As the Convention did not advise as t to what should constitute the ratio of relresentation, we suggest that the t respective States be representatively ap portioned .the same as they are in the F Congress of the United States, to wit, One delegate from each Congressional District, and'two from the District of Columbia. The several Congressional Districts will elect their own delegates, which elected delegates may meet and elect two for the State at large, unless the respective States shall otherwise S D provide by State Conventions. Those who may be accredited as W, delegates, shoald meet the Convention ing prepared to remain in session one Tn r week, if necessary, as questions requir- Dn ing mature deliberation will doubtless come before it, and should not be dis posed of Jprecipitently. Most Respectfully, dre H. M. TURNER, Dr President Ga. State Convention. MACON, Ga., May 29, 1871.t a 1 A few of many gentlemen endors- , ing the call: Alahamae-Hon. James T. Rapier. Arkaa..a.--Hon. J. T. White. Delamre-HIIoward Day, Esq. Florida-Hon. Johnathan C. Gibbs, Secretary of State; Hon. SJosiah T. Wall, Hen. H. S. Har- A mon. Georgia-Hon. J. F Lon , Hon. FIR Edwin Belcher, Hon. T. G. Camp bell, Hen. J. M. Simms, J. F. Quarles, Esq. Eenhwky--'W. H. Gibson, Esq., G. W. Dupee, Esq. Louisiana-Hon. P. B. S. Pinck back, Lieutenant Governor O. J. Dunn. Maryland-Isaac Meyers, Esq, W. 3L Perkins, Esq., John H. But ler, Esq. Minss~sippi-Hon. James Lynch, P Secretary of State; Hen. E. Scar biough. Norlh Carolina-Hon. James H. Harris, Hon. George L Mabson, J. T. Schenck, Esq. Soulh C(arolina-Lieutenant Gov ernor A. J. Ransier, Hon. R. C. De Large, Hen. R. H. Cain, Hen. Jos. Rainey, Hen. RE B. Elliott, Hon. F. L Cardoza, Secretary of State. Teman e--Abram Smith, Esq. Alfred E. McKinney, Esq., Henry Harding, Esq., M. I. Johnson, Esq. Bie liras-Hon. Richard Nelson,lean Esq., Hen. J. T. Ruby. DisLiric of Columbna-Hon. Fred- Al erick Douglass, Hon. James A. Re Handy. eren TO THE COLORED CITIZENS OF a LOUISIAN. pubi Whereas we favor the Convention S contemplated in the above call, andare subs desirous of having the colored people bach of our State repreented in the same, - therefore we issue this call for a State CA Convention of the colorel citizens of Louisiana to meet on the 11urn DAI O aovtr nxT, in the city of New Orleans, forthe purpose of electing delegates to the CAm Southern States Convention. Thebais of representation in said convention to be the same as that to the lower House of the General Assembly. The P. B. & PINCHBACI, C. C. ANToDIR, A. N. BARBER, OSCAB J. DUNN, J. W. QUINN, OGOBIG Y. ELESO, IDWAD UT Ra, 1.0, ANTOINE IS. a **Res a i NKW AD ' EIlTIs.EMNT& n- H. R. LERDL. E. W. Lami. H. R. LEHDE & BRO., At At- GROC ERS iion the de- Iarae Street,. 'orer of LuiNm Street the New Orleans. Sof gay ion Always on hand a choice selection ost of fresh GROCERIES, fine WINES and ad of LIQUORS. es; ers Family and Country Orders e 'olleted. No. 49 3mo is aid MILLINERY STORES. tesl~------- t MRS.A.M.PARRISII r Lic FIRST PREMIUM NO.111 CANAL STREET, e, New Orleans, La. Ui s u, Particular attention paid to the of manufacture of Gents' Under- of clothing; alsoBase Ball Club and t Firemen's UniformMade to order. In d ma BRANCH OF THE NEW YORK d op S Emporium of Fashiton th e FOR LADIES, e cot Represented by Mrs. A. Coedale and di rs. I. E. Lincola. op e a1t an FURNISHING O00D'8 OF ALL KINDS, FROM all f tin HEAD DRESS t Co. 1 TO HORIERY, s SUITS IN GRFAT VARIETY, Wrappers Single or Double, Undercloth W ing of every description, Night Dresses, 16 Trail and Walking Skirts, Chemise, Drawers, Sacks, Over Skirts, Aprons, &e. Orders taken for wedding Outfits, Chil drens and Infants' Wardrobes, Suits and 0 Dresses in the Latest .Myles, and supplied at short notice. 1IThe TRADE supplied at New York TI prices. W rem Sample Room, No. itl Canal st., AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S FIFST PREM'IIU SHIRT MANeFALTORY. .'Orders respectfully solicited. Mrs. A. GOODALE, Mrs. K. E. LINCOLN. - -- Oi BiOOKSELLERS, S T. TIONERS, BARRETT, SEYMOUR & Co., PRINTER~ S AND LITHOGRA PHERS, 60 Camp Street, NEW ORLEANS. COMOPOLITAN NEWS DEPOT, ISTATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC., No. 94, Erehane Alley, betwen Bienvillea,d Conti Streds, Ntew Or All the large Northern and Western dai lies. More than one hundred and aixty di- A erent publications received and sold. Subscriptions received to all periodical publications. Sabscribers will be accountable for the subscription as long as they do not send back the paper, or notify otherwise. CARPENTERS, FURNITURE, d-c JULIU&8P. BRO FN. HOUSE CARPENTER CAIu. ar. Bet VaLmLr A Bonmm03rx r's FLra Jobbing. Attended to PumduaiBiy. The Mitchell £ Ramellsberg wl FURII ITURE O. r - mUWrAwCrUsanDoALm s nU AlL £1m o LAs8!, tg., 1' al oIy sS, ewmr Poyha nonsequPIIO ,Al DRY GOODS & CLOTHING. Dr. PARTIES WHO BUY FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS -NOR CASH- Will find their money spelnt more to their satisfaction at BRASELMiAN & ADAM'S" CASH HOUSE THAN ELSEWHERE. A Glance through their immen: stock tion -or and Silks, Satins, Real Poplins, Pli.ls, S~erges, Merinos, Cashmeres, Emp. Cloths, Formose, Arabs, Jackets, Shawls Sackings, Cloakings, Cloths, Flannels, Laces, Embroide rie , Gloves, Corsets, V1 vaet, Ribbons, uParsols, Fans, mo Etc., Etc., Etc. WILL CONVINCE. 86................ and ....... .....588 Magazine street, cor. St. At drew, MISCELLANEOUS. I?- 3 P LES COMMERCIAL COLLEGE I Depastnent of Straight Jniversily. Located over the Freedmens Savings Bannk, he 114 Carondelet St. r- OPEN DAY AND EVENING, NO VACATION. id 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 opportunities to those wishing a rapid, thorough and practical business edu cation, fifty to one hundred per cent. saved by students, by taking the rapid commercil course. Parties having or- 5 dinary ability, who have entirely ne- 31, glected their education now have the opportunity to qualify themselves forj almost any position in the State, in 1 an incredible short time. From two to three months is all that requires to complete the commer al course. Terms rednced to unit the ISe times. For further information call at the College, or address Prof. A. T. Selever, Principal. REMOVAL TO 167 ..CANAL STREET. ....167 FROM No. 9 CAMP STREET. an LGYiNN cJ b WZNTNJE Manmfacturetrs and Dealers IN BOOTS AND SHOES, ici Trunks, Valises and Bags. der pat We repectfully give notice that they have to ( removed to the large and centrally loeated mel No 167 Canal Street, t Near Dauphine. try inv WINSFIELD & COOPER. i"u PAINTING, GLAZING, CALSOMINING, GRANTILING, FRSCOING, th GRANING, SIGN PAINT- pa ING, WALL PAPERING. oPE Office No. 84 Dryades Ntreel. Near Union Street per. OLORED SEAMEN'8 HOME ' GEORGE TAYLOR. NO. 91 FRONT LEVEE, THIRD DISTRICT, 17. Boarding and Lodging ---rox-- Dea low THE PEOPLE'S B001 c AND THE BOOK OF THE DAY. JUST OUT. Wi Clot The Louisiana Magistrate. A GUIDE OF DAILY USE TO THE JUDGE, THE PARISH OFFI CER, THE LAWYER, THE BUSINESS MAN, AjD HEADS OF FAMILIES. Containing the moat necemary informs. ion on questions of every day use, COMPLETE SET OF FORMS FOB ALL CONTRACTS OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE For sale by BARRETT, SEYMOUR A CO., messal Statiemam and Law Publimhoeu mh3O. tL No 60 Camp irer. JULES ABELARD, Carpenterand Builder. SE....JUuLA DelTag. ...ay xaw Ouaua Al ewdeiE atsj wWd FPemapt ats-:eme4. G. LOTTERIES. URIAIAi STATE LSTTT Q AINT )RY, Incorporated August 17, 16 CHARLES T. HOWARD.. P.samua SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY, their Sew8rx, Sczans! Omn. 90,000 Nvuma. ,'8 CAPITAL PRIZE - - - - $50,000. CLASS 0. TO BE DRAWN IN NEW ORLEANS O Saturday, October , 1871, ges, HOWARD, SIMMONDB&O0., Oortr'et. 20,000 NXBERU -TICo omN. $20. 1 prize of $50,000 is..........$60,000 1 prize of 30,000 is......... 30,000 1 prize of 20,000 is......... 0,000 88 1 prize of 10,000 is.......... 10,000 1 prize of 9,000 is.......... 9,00( 1, 1prize of 8,000 is.......... 8,000 1 prize of 7,000 is......... 7,000 1 prize of 6,000 is......... 6,000 1 prize of 6,000 is.......... ,000 Iprizeof 4,000 is.......... 4,000 lppzeof 3,000 is.......... 3,000 L Iprie of 2,000 i ......... 2,000 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 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 $86,000 1 prize of 1,000 is 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 n 1 prize of 1,000 1e 1prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 1 prize of 1,000 , prize of 1,000 1 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 t. 1 prize of 1,000 d' 1 prize of 1,000 50 prizes of 1500 are 25,000 : 317 prizes of 600 are 63,450 1440 prizes amounting to $280,450 I Whole tickets $20; shares in proportion. n Prizes payable in full withdut deduction. Orders to be addressed to. i CH8. T. HOWARD, Lock Box 692 PostofBiceNew Orleans. e Send Postoffice Money order or Register your Letter. PATENT ATTORNEYS AND DEALER IN ALL THE and nmost Useful Patents of the age. We beg to cal! public attention to the faet thai we are now prepared to fill or ders for the latest novelties in the line of patented goods, and are constantly adding to our large stock, such articles of merit as the inventive spirit of the a c. produces, and the progressive temper of the times demands. The Southern Coun try especially, needs thes labor-saving inventions; to our friends in the country extend an invitation to call and examine our stock of EoUsEaoLD InD ranM UTZRx fl. Inventors can obtain information through our Agency, of the course to be lnursuced in obtaining patents, the moUSor oPEBANDI OF THE PATENT OOwFCl, Oovern. ment fees, &c., &c. Applications made, and Caveats Sled, speedily and effectively through our oece, AND AT LE.AR COST TO THE INVENrro, than personal applic.tion at Washington. For Circular address STAGG & O'NEILL, 1aU Canal Street. New Orleans. CARPET WAREMOUSE 17....CHARTRES STREET..17 A BROUSHEAU & CO., Importer, and Dealers at Wholesale and Retail, offer at low pnces; CARPETING, FLOOR OIL CLOTH, MATTING. Curtain and Upholsterers' Materia, Window Shades, Table Covers, Hair (lothsa, lnce Crtains. Corniet. ee, Mrs. G. E. Craig, Fashionable Milliner, 283 Poydr. steet. -:o: sBonnea, Regplia, Fiaga aad Roetes ety work done to order. *00. 5o0. 5o0. 5oo. HOME WASHERS, HOME WASHERS, HOME WASHES, Sold within the Past Two Monthe under a Ill Guarantee, Not one retaraed Not one complaint Speak. for itselt I Op Datio D ai t the Dep.,Ne. 17 e rarm pa