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'J1 IR UNIVERSITY, .I tnt in, located on the :di niit t'iiierly known as nr ( '' . ! (in Claiborne coun it il, 1;i1" f- omn Rodney. now Sfunuhe ur11Aaal supplied, will IN f-r" tO rception of students NI 4 oFbruary next. Sn *r6- will please inform the Srlians of the success h, to have then in readi 1a t lnt. .1 Aso forward to the 't iGtlney, the amount !aw for each scholar n hit h they will receive la retu " mail. !; 1;1. i:ms, President. 111 ' IL 50(71(.'E. *'ti'ti of officers in the V I l~atlical Republican * hefollowing were - 1 'ern'n, President; Yr. n1st Vice President; Unge I do. \ iou, .3th do. I liY.on, TIreiasurer. so."Scretarv: .un X1sst. do; * OlY' h, Rec. do; rllrs, trand Marshal. lN'EIaga. '"ii'iS STREET. 1 t'f B. H o'k (Co' In 1 Tin, ( o1114r s \oy ra.tStet 'I rectil prt'Ypt ir..n. 2t. '72 ly NO AND SCOURiNG A ISHMENT, N L STI1EET.... 228 NEW C1tLEANS,, THE LOUISIANIANI BOOK AND JOB Printing Establishment, 414.....farondelet Street.....114 N ow .ORLEA .% We are now prepared to execute every DESCRIPTION -OF PRItNT I NGJr, SI(TH AS Mmunmaoth Po4t&r;, Fancy Show Cards. Railroad Work, Lawy. rs' Briets, hook Work, Steamboat Work, Business Cards, Programmes. Handbills, And all kinds of MERCANTILE WORK. RULING AND BOOK-BINDING -OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Executed with Dispatch. Steamboat Printing. Steamboat Officers will find it to their interest to call at our Office and LEAVE THEIR ORDERS. Posters and Handbills TILACK AND COLORED INKS, AND OF EVERY SIZE. BILL HEADS On any quality of paper - Prices Accordingly. Insurance Policies and Blanks. Railroad Tickets, Time-Tables. In fact, all kind, of .Tog Prinating can be executed at *this 0ffh-e not only with DISPATCH, lut .: AC('OMIO t- DATING TERMS. s A REPOSITORY OF FASHION, PLEASURE, AND INSTRUCTION.' HARPER'S BAZAR. A supplement containing numerous full e sized patterns of useful articles acconmpa tuies the paper every fortnight. liHarpor's Bazar contains 16 folio pages of the size of Harper s Weekly, printed on superfine ealendered paper, and is pub - lished weekly. NOTICES OF THE PRL-s. Harper's Bazar contains, besides pic tures, patterns, etc., a variety of matte? of especial use and interest to the family; articles on health, dress, and housekeep ing in all its br-anches; its editorial matter 1;is specially a'lapted to the circle it is in tended to interest and instruct; and it has, besides, good stories and literary matter of merit. It is not surprising that the journal, with such features, has achieved in a short time an immense success; for semething of its kind was desired in thousands of families, andl its publishers 1.have fillled the demand. The young lady who buys a single number of Harper's Bazar is made e. subscriber for life.-- Not The Bazisr is excellent. Like all the periodical.' which the Harpers publish, it I.is almost ideally well edited, and the cuuss of readers for whom it is intended- the mothers and daughters in average fain iles 'annot but profit by its good sense aiid good taste, which, we have no doubt, are to-day making very many homes hap dlier than th y may have been before the Iwomen letan taking Iesous in personal and linus, hold and social management from this tgoo 1-natured mentor. - -The iJh Subscriptions.- 1872. lHir'trs P.;vt, 'ic ysr..... j 00 Au extra c py ot either the Magazine. W-eklv, or Bazar will be supplied gratis for ever- Club of Five Subscribers at S4 00 en-h. in ufne remittance ; or, Six Copies thr $29 00. without extra ('010. Subseripti us to Harper s Magazine, -Weekly aul Bazar, to one addre.ss for one it year, $10 00; or. two of Hlaipers Periodi y cals, to one address for one year. $7 (5). - f'Back numbe rs can be .'uppli.-d at any time. Thls. I.11I., and III. of Hlarper s Bazar. for the years 1868. '69, '70, elegantly Isund in green morocco cloth, will be sent by express. freight prepaid, for $7 00 caih. SThe postage on Harper's Bazar is 20 cents a year, which must be paid at the S subscriber's post office. Address HARPER & BROTHER. Dec. ?8, '71. New York. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. 'Unquestionably the best sustuned work of the kind in the World." HARPERS'8 MAGAZINE Notices of the Press. No more delightful travels are printed in the English language than appear per petually in HAmPEB's MAGAZner. They are read with equal interest and satisfac sion by boys of every grade from eighteen to eighty. Its scientific papers, while suf ficiently profound to demand the attention of the learned, are yet admirably adapted to the popular understanding, and design ed as much to diffase correct information concerning current scientific discovery as it could be if it was the organ of the "So ciety fo.z the Diffusion of Useful Knowl edge." The great design' of HAnurn's is to give correct information and rational amusement to the great masses of the peo ple. There are few intelligent American families in which HAnPER's MaoGAnIN would not be an appreciated and highly welcome guest. There is no monthly Magazine an intelligent reading family can less afford to be without. Many Maga. zines are accumulate HAIPER S is edit ed. There is not a agazine that is print ed which shows more intelligent pains ex on its articles and mechanical execution. There is not a cheaper Magazine publish ed. There is not, confessedly, a more pop ular Magazine in the world - New Enjland Homestead. It is one of the wonders of journalism the editorial management of HAr.PEz's. - The Nation. SUBSCRIPTIONS.--1871, Terms: HAaPER8's 3AGAZINE, one year ... $4 00 An Ertra Copy of either the MaoAznvz, WEEKLY, or BAzaAa will be supplied gratis for every Club (if FIVE SUBSCRIBERS at $400 each, in one remnittance; or Sic Copies for $20, 00, withoud extra copjy. Subscriplinns to HARPzn'a MAoANrz, WEEKLY, a.xd BAZAAR, to one address for one year, $10,00; or ttco of 1Harper's Peri odicals, to one address for one year, $7,00. Back Nambers can be supplied at any time. A Complete Set of HARPER's MAGAZINE, now comprising 41 Volumes, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by express, freight at expense of purchaser, for $2 25 per vol ume. Fingle l'lumes, by mail, postpaid, $3 00. Cloth cases for binding, will be 58 cents, by mail, postpaid. The Postage on HABPER's MAGAZINE IS 24 cents a year, which must be paid at the si'smri'r s post-office. Address HARPER & BROTHERS, New York. "A Comlplete Pictorial History of the Times." jo The JI',sf, ('Ivapi'd and 'ci"t Suec crefd Family Pajer in tie 17N'ON." -Hill PL'EIR'S TVEEKLY-1 SPLENDIDLY ILLVSThATTD. NOTICES OF THE PRESa. The 3Mod'd Nu rspaper ot our country. Complete in all the departments of an. American Family Paper, IHAP~'s WrEEE LX7 has earned for itself a right to its title, 'A JoURaLt or CIvIIuzzanos. '-N York Evening Post, The best publication of its class in' America, and so far ahead of all other journals as not to permit of any compari son between it and any of their number. Its columni contain the fiest cellections of reading matter that are printed.*L Its illustrations are numerous and beauti ful, being furnished by the chief artists of the country.-lioufon Traveler. Harper's Weekly is the best and most interesting illustrated newspaper. Nor1 loes its value depend on its illustrations alone. Its reading matter is of a high order of literary merit-varied, instrucj tive, eutertaininig, and unexcelptioinable. Subscriptions-1871. TERus: Harpcr's Weekly, one year .... . S4 00 An extra copy of either the Magazine, Weekly. or Bazar will be supplied gratis, fir every club of Five Snbscribers at $4 00 each, in cue remittance; or, si: copies for $20 00, without extra copy. Subscriptions to Harper a Magazine, Weekly, and Bazar, to one address for one year, $10 00; or, two of Harper's Periodi cals, to one address for one year, $7 00. JA" Back numbers can be supplied at: any time. k The Annual Volumes of HAIIPERS I WEEKLY, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by express, free of expense, for $7 00 each. A complete Set, comprising Four teen Volumes, sent on receipt of' cash at the rate of $5 25 per vol., freight at ex pense of purchaser. Volume IIV ready January 1st, 1871. The postage on Harper's Weekly is290 cents ayear, which must be paid t the' subscriber's post office. JA'Address HARPEB k BROTHERS, New York. STEAMBOATS. BATON ROUGE. ans, Coast, Baton Grosse Tete Rail. i-weekly passen ger packet ST. JOHN. %. R. (hzEArnoUsE, Master; JaM~s McELRoY, Clerk, Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 5 P. 31., and SUNDAY, at 10 A. I. Returning, leaves Baton Rouge every Monday and Thursday evenings. For freight or passage apply on board, or to E. O. MELAscos, 11 Conti street GREENVILLE, VICKSBURG AND THE BENDS. Leaves on THURSDAY, at 5 P. M. FOR VICKSBURG, DAVIS' Bend GREENVILLE ARGYLE Sunny Side, Egg's Point Barnard, Grand Lake, Leo. 1 ta, Maryland, Carolina, Pilcher s Point Skipwith, Lake Providence, Transylvania, Goodrich's, Millikens Bend, Duckport, Vicksburg, Grand Gulf, St. Joseph, Rod ney, Waterproof, Natchez, Bayou Sara, Baton Rouge, Plaquemine,Donaldsonville, and all intermediate and Coast landings. The new and magnificent steamer KATIE. Will leave as above, and, will land all Coast passengers with their freight. Connects at Vicksburg with packets for all points on the Yazoo and Tallahatchie rivers. For freight or passage apply on board or to JNO, JANNEY, Agent, 150 Common Street CAIRO. -0 - Sr. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET COMPANY. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. Illinois Central Railroad FOR MEMHPIS, and the Bends passenger steam 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, by all the various routs via Memphis, Cairo and St. Louis. Staterooms se cured at General Office, 104 Common treet. A. A. WOODS, General Agent, 104 Common Street. C. G. WAYNE, Freight Aent, 37 Natchez Street, JOHN N. BOFINGER. President, Bills of lading for all freights over the Illinois Centr.l Railroad; signed at the office of JAMES T. TUCKER, apl. G-tt 22; Carondelkt Street. MEl CHANTS' LOtTHEERN PACKET Cow'PANN. Fon ST. Loris, C~uao, MEMPns and the Bends The steamers of this line will leave as follows. at 5 P, M. Giving through bills of lading over I the Illinois Central Railroad to al points on Arkansas, White and Cumb erland rivers. Through bills of lading and passenger tickets issubd to all Paulonth Upe Mississippi. as Plans of cabin may be see and state rooms secured on application to STEVENtON & VERLANDER. Agents, 135 Gravier street. 1 JOHN F. BAKER, President. Bills of lading over the Illinois Cent ral Railroad signed only at the'offlce of JAS. T. TUCKER. 20 Carondelet street. NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO AND THE WEST. THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD AND Blue Line, Via Cairo, TVILLTAKEFREIGJHTI - From New Orleans oun trst class steamer.s, LEAVING PAIL.T, AT 5 p. M., FOE CAIRO, CHIC'AGO. AND ALL POINTS NOR TH, WEST AND EAST, AT THE LOWEST RATES. All rates and all through bills of lading from New Orleans by above route given, signed and recognized only at the Genetnl Office of the Coin panv, No. 26 Carondelet Street. Shippers by this route save all dray Iage itnd transfer charges at Cairo, and their goods nre always under cover, and no charges are made for forwarding. JAMES T. TUJCKER,. General Agent. ST. LOUIS. For St. Louis, Caiiro and M1e:tphis. steamer KATIE, J. M WarrE, Master; will leave New Ovleans fcor above ports on SATURDAY, SATURDAY, Juno 10; June 24; SATURDAY, SATURDAY, July 8; July 2'2. For freight or passage apply on beard, or to. J. JANNEY, No. 1150 Common Street. IA. A. GRFEN, No. 196 Common Stree Where a plan of the cabin can be seen MILLINERY STORES. MRS. A. M.PARRISH FIRST PREMIUM chirt sakn y9.121 CANAL STREET, New Orleanq, La. Particular attention paid to the manufacture of Genth' Under clothing ; alsoBase Ball Club and Firemen's UniformMade to order. BRANCH OF THE NEW YORK Emporium of .Faskion FOR LADIES. Represented by Mrs. 1. Goodale and n. 1. E. Lincol.. FURNISHINO 100018 OF ALL KINDS, FROM HEAD DRESS TO HOSIERY; SUITS IN ORFAT VARIETY, Wrappers Single or Double, Undercloth ing of every description, Night Dresses, Trail and Walking Skirts, Chemise, Drawers, Sacks, Over Skirts, Aponas, &c. Orders taken for wedding Outhts, Chil drens and Infants' Wardrobes, Suits and Dresses in the Latest Styles, and supplied at short notice. ?fr-The TRADE supplied at New York prices. Sample Room, No. ti1 Canal st., AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S FIRST PREMIUM SHIRT M1NEFACTORY. .-WOrders respectfully solicited. Mrs. A. GOODALE, Mrs. K. E. LINCOLN. BOOKSELLERS, S TA TIONERS AL. M8iaon'm, COSMOPOLITAN NEWS DEPOT, STATIONERr, BOOKS, ETC! No. 94, E(r ange Alley, ltluees Bienuilleand Conti S/reels, New Or leans. All the large northern and Western dai lies. More than one hundred and sixty dif erent publications received and sold. Subscriptions received to all periodical publications. Subscribers will be accountable for .che subscription as long as they do not send back the paper, or notify otherwise. CARPENTERS, FUR NITURE, &e J ULI U .P. BROWTVN. HOt SE CARPENTER CaL Sr. Bet i na.EBT & OBo~rrsOu Sr's. JoJ.bing. Atteaded to Pwncduall y. The Mitchell & Ramellsberg FUlRNITURE CO., MAN\tr( TrPrEPr 'ND rEALLR. 's ALL ENDS OF IFURNITURE, 3IATTRASSES, (LASSEf,, &c., 103 and 105 Camp ~treet, corner Poydras, ORESQUE BU:LD;NO, NEw OIES ST. PHIUIP STORE, I230 ROYAL ST., CON ER. ST. PHILIP I 'tw Orleans. R.L.CIIIAELLI. --CASH DEALER J14 Staplsand Fairy Dry Geoda, TPWIMI¶GS AND HATRI AT AUCTIOIN PRICE8 DRY GOODS ds CLOTHING. PARTIES WHO BUY FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS -FOR CAGN Will And their money spent more to their 5 satisfaction at BRA SELMAN & ADAM'S CASH HOUSE TrAN ELSEWHERE. A 6pnce through their immense stock -OF Silks, Satins, Real Poplins, Plaids, Serges, Merinos, Cashmeres, Emp. Cloth.s, Formosas. Arabs, Jackets, Shawls Sackings, Clekings, Cloths, SFlannels, Laces, Embroide ries, Gloves, Corsets, Vel vets, Ribbons, Parasols, Fans, Etc., Etc., Etc. WILL CONVINCE. 586...............and........... ..588 Magazine street, cor. St. Andrmw, MISCELLANEOUS. THE PEOPLES COMMERCIAL COLLEGE! Dexxmatmaes t of Straight Universily. Located over the Freedmens Savings Bannk, 114 Carondelet St. OPEN DAY AND kVENIYG, NO VACATION. The 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 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 commercial course. Parties having or dinary ability, who have entirely ne- 4 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 suit the times. For further information cali at the College, or address Prof. A. T. Selover, Principal. REMOVAL To 167 ..CANAL STREET.....167I FROM No. 9 CAMP STREET. Manufacturers and Dealers INf BOOTS AND SHOES, Trunks, Valises and Bags, We repectfully give notice that they have removed to the large and centrally located ft No 167 Canal Street, Near Dauphine. WINIFIELI & GOSPEL. PAINTING, GLAZING, CALSOMINING, GRANTILING, FRESCOING, GRANING, SIGN PAINT ING, WALL PAPERING. Omlee No. 84 Dryades Street, Near Union Street THE PEOPLE'S 1001 AND THE BOOK OF THE DAY. JUST OUT. The Louisiana Magistrate. A GUIDE OF DAILY USE TO THE JUDGE, THE PARISH OFF!. CER, THE LAWYER, THE BUSINESS MAN, AND) HEADS OF FAMILIES. Containing the most necessary infnna-. iofi on questions of every day use, AND COMPLETE SET OF FORMS FOil ALL CONTRACTS OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE For sale by BARRETT, SEYMOUR & CO., General Statinners and Law Publishers, nh30. tf. No.CO0Camp street. P. B. ETHELL, MERCHANDISE, FLOUR PROVISION BROKER5 105.... POYDRAS STREET. ...105 TATLOR....JO N M. BURK LOTTERIES. LOIShliANA SITI 14lYRUT CSEAHII Incorporated August 17,1866 CHARLES T. HOWARD.. Pmszanxs SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY, SPLENMD SCBEXE! ONLI 20,000 Humaw. CAPITAL PRIZE - - - - $50,000. CLASS B. TO BE DRAWN IN NEW ORLEANS ON Saturday, February A, 187l, HOWARD, SIMMONDS & CO., Contr ets. SCHEME : 20,000 NxnMzBs -TICKETS ox.r $20. * prize of $50,000 is.......... $50,000 I prize of 30,000 is......... 30,000 1 prize of 90,000 is........ 20,000 I prize of 10,000 is.......... 10,000 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 6,000 is........ . ,000 I prize of 5,000 is.......... 5,000 1 prise of 4,000 is.......... 4,000 1 psis of 3,000 is.......... 3,000 Iprizeof 1,000is .... . 2,000 1 prize of 2,000 1 prize of 1,000 f I prize of 1,0001 1 prizv of 1.000 I preof 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 I prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 are $25,000 1 prize of 1,000 I prize of 1,0001 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 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 I prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 50 prizes of 500 are 25,00' 317 prizes of 500 are -63,450 440 prizes amounting to $280,450 1Whole tickets $20 Kharns in proprtion. Prizes payable in ft vithout dectio. Orders to be addrem - to. CHS. T. HOWARD, Loc liox 692 Postoffce, New Orleans. Send P. .;e Money order or Register your Lettv:. PATENT ATTORNEYS AND DEALER IN ALL THE and most Useful Patents oj the age. We beg to call public attention to the fact that we are now prepared to ill 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 produces, and the progressive temper the times demands. The Southern Coun try especially, needs these labor-saving inventions; to our friends in the country extend an ijaitation to call and examine our stock of NOUSENOLD AND VAXII UTrW Inventors can obtain informastio through our Agency, of the cousre to be pursued in obtaining patents, the mont. OPRAND1m OP TRa PATENr Or-nen, Govern ment fees, &c., &c. Applications made, and Caveast led, speedily and effectively through our omoee, AND AT LxES ce COW 'rO TRE VzuTOa, than personal application at Washington. For circular address. STAGO & O'NEILL, 180 Canal Street. I * New Orleans. Mr's. G. E. Craig, NO. 238 POYDRAS STREET. Nrw Onren'., jal '72-1ly s00. 50o. 500. 500. HOME WASHERS, HOME WASHERS, ,HOME WASHERS, Sold within the Past Two Months under a F'ull Guarantee, Not one Ireturned .Not one complaint. Speaks for itself In Operation Daily at the Depot,No. 176 Canal strcet. PRICE $18. New Crleans Home Manufacturing I Companly. G. CASENAVR. UNDERTAIKER NEW ORLEAVR CARRIAGES FOB HIDE.