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in the reft of this id a
_1 ter the accopimiodation 4f
. t'iad ,uests. It was built,
ldit 1' lY `Ir. Echevarrie, and
iie whole, givel honor to the
and part weilarly t' the buil
b.a k the only Hall built ex
, f.'r republican meetings on
L.afoarche.-E.cckange.
L VLi i4ESSNESE.
ry p:1rt of the State
1"'t" rination tiut n.urders
t r tire being committed
liwless ruffians that in
,t Arts of our State and
:e Ileircdattioas primc-i
1, ; blicaI is, a81 it 131s
,l. iiled, th'Lt in every in
en the misfortune of
\.titi, tJ be opp(ISed to
igu of terror inaugu
.;" and by wbich hun
Spir inuo- nt men, de
, uno n aund children were
n, ni} the bloody h1nd of
:. a` it they were so man"
* .. and at tic? mercy of
r+ r;,hersr.
these' depredations
; (ate? De.; the Demo
xp-:ct 1+ crrry the next
1 th- nane'.? Do they
Sitthe Ltupublicana are s,
intrit as t) he trampled
a.1 allow theiu Wives
,. ran to be the victims of
pwer. 1We ask do
ti } t t.his of us? Are tiny
. 'ti , organize their bloody
1a. m h 'itr0ges committed
rtI a sample to rive us
"i t ii in waiting fur?
1, o we have but one
that is BEwAiE! we
(1 ," * :,t the 'lark 1rospnets
I . ri' us; the 1el u.
::t 1itht(111 enhn un
iig ti- cumparl
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tow t11.n 41:1 11 -
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the oy pl:1('e whltqe
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ethat the ir, ft
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tl".. ~ :~ -\VUIt~, i , n t li
S' irt victint:. thwere wit
11 two etemuni±s, tiitie
1.. , 1.I taun itutie torjii sult
". ; b. a great. sucecies.
(OMM1E HCIAL.
1Veiv. Nur. 4 -11:3d A. M1
The market opened wvi I
* iicy. biut with an jincr~eas
iI:i7t tde, the timndnety in
1)000n more in favor ot
h Ii nh there has been not
1 dline. Sal:'s thus far
(iu ii ordinary his
?. anil Low iMiddlin'' at
I e' s-des Embhracnd 420th
ni thmarket closed ti. f ii
Averrge Exchange
I'r I , ;Iv7.
* 1'tQ.' 171
'ii i .........11
..... ............. 124
................Al
..13G1:4
Mu. (I gpion. .30(~
.. .. .30 65
................. $100
f~ri..............725
stra - -. . . .. . 7G A 0
ij77, and 8 75
N.~ brlsh~el -... . 8il5
..... ..... 3
.... 8
SPECtAt NOTfIýr.
St. Leuhl, Doh ýestai d u Soatbert
ttairoad.
TlE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
To St. Louis, Chicago; Omaha, Man
Franci(co, St Pail, Kansas City, Leas
enworth, St Joseih,
Aid all Poiuta Nlrth, Erit aid Writ.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS leave the
New Orleans, Jackson and Great
Northern Ilailro.dl Lepot daily, at 7
A. M. and 5 P. I.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN Invee the foot of
('anal street dailv at b A. M., via the
New urleanis, Mobile and Chiattnnoog t
Railrold, making (l0se connfctionts
at M'bile with the Mobile and Ohio
Rjtilrrid to all points North, East
1111(1 \Ve.4..
Fur ticket, al'ply to
A. 1). SfELDON.
Ticket Agent New Orleaf(, Jackson and
G(e.t Nor.hon Railroad, corner Ct.mnp
and (:otanna ir&tet;, under City
Uott l ; o to
W. J;PDELL.
Tickct Agent New Orleaus, Mobile and
Chatanooga Railroad No. 130 Cow
aoll street, under St. Charles Hote,.
J. HI WLNGFIELD.
General Snporintending Agent St. Louis,
Iron [ountain and Southern Railroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
AvD
CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD.
The Mobile division of this road will be
openedl Ir businc.is on
ý'Onayl}, 1ov"ember 1!1, 1ý70,
.di oases nwr triitus will rnn as follows
I;:t New Orlcnts, join the fL 't of
tnhl steet, f ,r 1;y St. Louis, Piesi
'1144111u . .1i .~.- ippi City, filowio , teI n
S'pring:., 1 s(It.t1jtgltmu I Mobile at soc
A. M. Ar sive at M\1tle at 2:b oelock
P. M., connei tvty at Mobil with thc
V BILE ANT) (;iIIO. ain tIe MO
BIL; AND .': NT U . MLI;Y RAIL
L i `x. Ir a^1 pbi:its
NO'sTH, EAsr AND WEST.
Leeve Mobile for New Orlb-ans at 11:20
'i. M. Aiii.:i.z at (.:1u P. Q1.
:'tir; Cl~rt'n wo :ý wI~rlcnr anti Mabile,.
Fir Do 1 rs.
jliLti uill TrlEi: ;IT 'l" TR INS RUN
EL.'. :I \ DV.'. 1 :ILY.
V. 2it rt i .. at Nw Oi e:os, at
* :ý r.At I. !,.i" '- 7:. it Iiorisin,.
I:LI(IIlr As LOW As BY ANY
0 º tlElt 1o 1'L.
For fnrthtr itf. rmctinn, call at the
". ! url , ,o: the Comspany, r -oms one
... two, up st"irs. STOtY BUILDING.
.'rner Craip and (ommioni strt-cta.
J. 1i. KENDLRICK,
General Sopernutendent.
.RAVELLERSiATTENTION:
iiie New Orlcuns, Jiickioa, aid Great
Northern and Mi.%isisippi Central
Railroads.
Liun their Passenger Coaches and Bag
gages ('irs, their combined length
without ehansge.
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM 4RE
SIDENCE TO DESTINATION.
The 7 A. M. ExjiressTraia runs Daly,
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Makes cloae connections for V'icksburg,
Hmci phis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville,
and all points beyond, Sleeping cars at.
nhilit, Cintonto Grand Junctin and:2
Humboldt..
The Xail Trait lcaies New Orleas hilly,
Makes schedule connections with Light
ning Expressbtrine, ta sipoints NORT H,
EAST and WEST. Carries the great
North Mail.
Time to New York, 71) bars.
New anti elegantly fitted up Sleeping
Cars ron to Homnloldt, Tenooe Cleve
land, Tenneesee, and LouiSi~svi, Kentuc
ky.
Express Train SBntb arrivesn a 1:30
A. M.
Masil Train South arrives at 11.05 A. I.
Ticket Office, Galveston, Iron Building.
Ticket. Offices, New Orleans, under City
Hotel, Corner Camp and Common streets,
and at Depot.
E. Q. SEWALL, General Superintendent;
3. B. MORlEY, (..neral Ticket Agent
New Orl,.ana, Jackson and Great
Northern flailsoad.
E. t'. FROST, General Superintendent. I
D. I. WORUY, Gmtal1 et Agent.
Miusiisippi Central Railroad.
S& 8. SCOTlT, Oeneral. Passenger *gnt
I' qinesiouab tihe. 'c JU thtaped work
of the hIar in the eltd "
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New York.
8T. PHIIUP STORE,
230 ROYAL ST., CORNER.
ST. PHILIP,
New Orlesas.
B. A. CIIAPELLI,
--CASE DEALER IIN
Staple and Fancy Dry Go*ds,
TRIMMINGS AND IIATSS
AT MTOTIONI PRIHB
Sr. Loris tin NEw, OL.&ue Pixcrr
Co u'at.
FOR CAIRO Al ) . . S.
Illinois Central Railroad Packets.
FOR 1IEWHPI1S, CAIRO
! ~ "ani the BeniFs -The fine
lee'ger steamers of
this line will leave, as follows:
Giving through bills of lading to all
points on the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad, Nashville and Northwestern
Railroad, and Memphis and Ohio Rail
road-also to St. Louis.
Through Tickets furnished at lowest
rates to all points East, West and North,
b all the vanous routes via Memphis,
Cairo and St. Louis. bitaterowiis se
cured at C-tneral UL ee, 114 ('onmon
treet.
A. A. WOIODS, General Agent,
104 Commoi. Street.
C. G. WAINE, Frteight Agents
ct7 Natchez Street,
JOHN N. BOFINIRR. President,
Bills of lading for all freights over
the Illinois Central Railroad; signed
at the office of
JAMES T. TUCKER,
apl. 6-tf 20 Carondelet Street.
ItnicmAxis' Sotunuas Pacicr
CozawAKY.
FOR Sr. Loris, CAIRO,
SM' rjasend the Bends-
The steamtes of this line will leave as
follows, at 5 P, M.
Giving through 1115s of lading over
the Illinois Ctaitral Railroad to al
points on Arkansas, White and Cumb
erland rivers. Through bills of lading
and passenger tickets issued to all
points on the Upper Mississippi. as
high as St. Paul.
Plans of cabin may he see and state
rooms seciued on application to
STEVENSON & VERLANDER.
Agents,
135 Gravier street.
JOHN F. BAKER, President.
Bills of( ldingoverthe Illinois Cent
ml Railroad signed onl atthe office of
JA8. T. TUCKER.
20 Caroi leht street.
NisW OLLEANS, CHICAGO
AND TIHE WEST.
THE ILLLNOI( CENTRAL RAILROAD
AN))
Blue Line, Via Cairo,
is WiLLjT.? hKEFREIIF;1IT
<r Fr uan wo Irlani"ts in iir.,t
i.kY INo PAI1.Y, AT 5 1'. Mr., YOR `
(AllmI, GI1('lAu), ANA) ALL
P')INTl NR1TH, WE\LT AND
EAST, AT THEl LOWi.T
1A T2S.
All rates a)il :11 throp:h; bills of
lItding faim NNK Orleans Iy ale v
Iruata given. eigiied adl recognizued
on'v at the (o' rid Ot ee of the Corn.
p.::y, So. 20 ('.tronjelet Street.
Shippers by this route save all dray.
age aol tranao r charges at Cairo,
mnl their goods are always under
'over, and no charges are made for
toiw urding.
JAM.2ES T. TUCKER,
(ieiieral Agt-it.
For St. Louis, ('.iro and 3t-mphis.
S The Steamer KATIE,
J. M Wsurr., Master; will
leave New Orh-anq fcr mibove ports on
MATUIID.Y, $ATVIIDAY,
Jane 10; Junea 21;
SATURDAY, SATERDIA Y,
July R; July ~22.
For freight or passage "pIply oil hoard.
cur to
JJA i'.No. 150 Common Street.
A. A. OREEN, No. 19G Common Stree
Where a umlami of the cabin can be seen
I BATON ROUGE.
Ne w Orans. Coasitl. Iton
Ronge> dGon Tt al
reid 1 un weekly I E
ger packet
8T. J!3HN.
Vv. B. Gasxiroomi, Master;
JAUs~s McEz~noy, Clerk, 1
Will leave Nov Orleans every SarUEDAY,
at 6 P. M., andWziDNESAy, at 5 P. M.
For freight os passage apply on boerdl,
or.t 0 . Muniscow, 11 Conti sre
MILLINERY ESTABLIISHMENT.
FALL AND WINTER
MItllLINERY GOODS
of every description, just received at
Z*R MEA.Ramaatma
at.. .CHAIBThES STREET...29
betwees gmal and Omstosahouse
ALBERT ETRICH,
Beeirfler anil Stationer:
16:* CANAL STREET.
~New Ortreau4 Xbugitam.
$R. Li~tk E. . LUKD*.
II. R. LEHDE & BRO.,
GROCERS
No. 7981&8.
Baroene Street, Cfuner if Usia Street
New Orieiaue.
f. Alway on hand a choice selection
of fresh GROCERIES, fine WINES and
LIQUORS.
Family and Country Orders
Solicited. No. 49 3mo
MILLINERY STORES.
MRS. A. N.PARRISH
FIRST PRE MItTU
iir t p , i
NO.311 CANAL STIEET,
New Orleans, La.
Partienlar - atutian paid to the
manufacture of O te' Under- t
clothing ; alsooBase Bell Club and
Firemen's UniformMade to order.
BRANCH OF THE NEW YORK
Emporium of .7Jsh ion
FOR LADIES.
Represented by YIn. A. Coodale and
rn. L. E. Liacola.t
FURNISHINO SOODS0
OF ALL KINDS, FROM
HEAD DRENS
TO HOSIERY,
SUITS IN ORFAT VARIETY,
Wrappers Single or Double, Undercloth
hag of every deaeription, Night Dresses,
Trail aad Walking Skirte, Chemise,
Drawers, lacks, Over Skirts, Aprons, &c.
Orders taken for weddin Outfits, Chil
drens and Infants' Wardrobes, 4uits and
Dresses in the Latst 3tyles, and supplied
.t short notice.
Aff The TRADE supplied at Yew York
Sample Room, 1o. Ql1
Canal st.,
AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S
FIRST PREMII'I Slu1T NANrFACTORY. I
-r9 Orders rewpeetfelly solicited.
Mrs. A. (GOODALE,
ROOKRET,LERR, .9TA TIONERS
COSMOPOLITAN NEWS DEPOT,
STATIO2,ERY, BOOKS, ETC.,
Au. 9-I, Exichange Alley, lslaeeen
IDienti/le and CGmti Stari's, .vic Or
leans.
All the large Northern and Western dei
liftw.
More than one hundred saa stzty diff
erent publication. received and sold.
Snbacriptions reooived to all periodical
pulilications.
Subscribers wiUl be accountable for the
subscriptibn as long as they do not send
back the paper, or notify otherwise.
CARPENTERS, FURN!TURE, &c
JU(L IU&8.P. BROWI N
HOUSE CARPENTER
CANALSr. Bet 1ra.zar k Rosasmo, Sr's.1
Joabdng. Attended to PandtaWJ1.
The Mitchell & Ramellsberg
FURNITURE CO.,
NANUWACTUNam AND Dg515m m aLL anrNa or
MATTRASSES,
LCOKING
GLASSEJ, &C.,
1tea ad -e camp nsee Pomer 4pgs..
.uomsqQe supp
New eiassu.
PARTIES
WHO &rT FIIWR (*l388 DRY
GOODS
-rFn .c-ss
Will ad thear moany spent mneae their
satisaetion at
BRASELMAX&d ADAM'S
tCASH HOUtI
ra.Is
ELSEWHERE.
A Glance threugh their isumeom scoco
Sillp+, Satins, Real Poplias, Plais, Serges,
Merinoe, Cashmere., Emp. Cloths,
Formemn, ralb, hsskets, Shawls
Flann~els, I~acme mboide
rlne. Gloves, Corsets, Vel.
sets, Ribben,, Parasols,
Fans,
Ete., El.., Etc.
WILL CGNYINCE.
386 ...............and........... ..588
Magazine street, cor. ft. Ar drew,
AMISCELLANEO US.
: Pl0 PLES C OMMERCIAL
COLLEGE!
mesmanment of
Ptraight Univeraity.
LIcated over the Freedmena Savings
Banak,
114 Carondolet St.
OPEN DAY LTD EVEN1ING, ItO VACATIOT.
SThe old and young can enter at this
Institution any day, no distinction
made in regard to race or color. The
design of the Institution, is to fuwrish
opportunities to those wishing a rapid,
thorough and practical business edu
cation, fifty to one hmnidred per cent.
saved by students, by taking the rapid
commercial course. Parties having or
dinary ability, who have entirely ne-.1
glected their education now have the
opportunity to qualify themselves for
almost any position in the State, in
an incredible short time.
From two to three months is all
that requires to complete the commer
al course. Terms duced to sunit thef
times.
For furthei information call at the
Colege, or address
Prof. A. T. S.lever,
Principal.
REMOVAL
TO
167 ..CANAL STREET.....167
FROM
No. 9 CAMP STREET.
Manufacturers and Dealers
IN
BOOTS AND SHOES, t
Trunks, Valiscs and Bags,
.1
We repetfiully give notice that they have {
removed to the large and centrally located !
No 167 Canal Street, ;
Near Dauphine. {
I
WINSFIELD & COOPER.
PAINTING, GLAZING, CALSOMINING,
GRANTILING, FR'ESCOING,
GRANINGi, SIGN PAINT
ING, WALL PAPERING.
01llce No. 84 Dryades Street,
Near In! on Street
OLORED SEAMEN'S HOME
GEORGE TAYLOR.
NO. 91 FRONT LEVEE,
THIRTD DISTRICT,
BoardIng and Lrdging
TIE ?E0ILE'S 1001
AND
THE BOOK OF THE DAF.
JUST OUT.
rho Louisiana Magistrate.
A GUIDE OF DAILY USE TO THE
JUDGE, THE PARISH OFFI
CER, THE LAWYBE, THE
BUSINESS MAN, AND
HEADS OF
FAMILIES&
cotainiing the most nseemary inforina
wsoion quesaions of everyday use,
COMPLETE
ST OF FOBMBPOD
ALL OOUTRACUS OF
EVERY DAY OC~CURUENG5
ber sale by
BARRETT, WMOU0R AGO.,
General aSbnes ead Law Nat~ I.
sabo.tf No.tm Osapsareat.
JULE8 ABELABD,
04r )*nterend lulldoer.
PtT.. ..JUI4L 93,.fllT...57
Nay 1
Al.w sh atthspy ub
Leuuikxf rjad esm t s mRi
hrI ~bAu~guser,Ise
exlABLz T. RO'waD.. Panm
SIN LI UUUMSER LOTTERY.
C IUAL Pas - - - - $50000
l.otAss r.
TO UE ORAWWIN NEW RhAM1 OD
ievsiy, Isvetkr 11, 1871,
HOWARD, 0N)&COo., e0meta,
80EEI( :
20,000 mummDZ TIer omz $20.
1 prize of $50,000 s..........850,000
1 prize of $0,090 as.......... 0,000
1 prise of 0,000 a.......... 90,000
1 prize of 10000 . .. . 10,000
1 prize of 9,d00 is.......... 9,00(
1 prize of 8,00o . . 8,000
1 prize of 7,000,3.......... 7,000
1 prize of 4,000s ........ 4 . ,000
1 prize of 4,000 is.......... 5,000
1 prize of 4,000 is.......... 4,000
1 prise of 3,000 is.......... 3,000
1 terse of 9,000 1, ......... ýt4J
I prias of 1,0001
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prier of 1.000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,00
1 prize o ,A
1 prise of 1,000
1 prise of 1,000
1 prize tf 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
I1 prise of 1100
1 prize of 1,000
I prize of 1,000 ae $96,001
S1 pr s3 of 1,000
1 prize of 1,0001
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prizq of 1,000
1 prize of 1,009
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
j1 prize of 1,000
50 prizes of 500 are 16,000
817 prises of 500 are 63,40
440 prizes amounting to $890,450
Whole tickets $90; shares in
Prizes payable in fall without
Orders to be zddreaqed to.
CH&S T. HOWARD,
Lock Box 692 Postoose, New Orleans.
Send Poetofice Money order or Register
your Letter.
$tagg & ('Itil
PATENT ATTOREETS
AND
DEALER IN ALL THE
and most Useful Patents of
Ike age.
We beg to call public attention to the
fact thst we are now prepared to ill or
ders for the latest novelties in the line of
petentbd goods, and are oonstsatly adding
to our large stock, such articles of
merit as the inventive spirit of the o
produces, and the progressiv, temper of
the time,. demands. The Southern Coun
try especially, needs obese labor-saring
inventions; to our friends in the country
extend an invitation to call and exaisina
our stock of zovaraow~ xau raux trsnE
Inventors can obtain lnformnatlon
through our Agmncy, of the course to be
onuaziwi or rum Panzarr orrica, Govern.
nment fees, &c., &c.
Applications made, and Caveat. Sled,
speedily and electively through our offie,
Axa A2 Zass cosr iO vM UNvumvOa than
persoiial application at Washington. For
BTAGO & O'NRILL,
laul Caa Street.
New Orleans,
FC.ARPE7 WAREHOUhZ
17....CHARTRES STREET. .17
A BROUS8EAU & C0., Imperters and
Dealers at Wholeesis and Retail, offer at
low prsees
CARPETING,
FLOOR OIL CLOTH,
MATTINo.
Curtain and Uphdsaterers' Material,
Windo~ Shades, Tabble Covers, Hair
('inth,,. Taos Curtains. Cornices, ete.
Mr's. U. E. Craig,
Fashioeale. Xilliaer.,
sends, Regaih, Thpe san
Rosettes Bodily wark dmes to crier.
m0. 600. f00. 500.
HOME WASHEBSa,
HOME WA8HRESS
BONE WABBaBI.
Sold withhn tlb. Fas Two
Mostlesset a 7.1l
-4
Speaks Lot .it.elt
InOpsmtion pity atth
u3Speas I~sinssdrees.

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