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i counsels to the'prospec .ronions deliberations of hot and responsible assem- I Sppelars only two things the lealersk?) of the Re "n arty in Georgia agree : ;r '..natin, Grant; and g control of the party i"'am" r"h Journal. A CARD. . en my name used in a :, one of the Presidents .·.tlg held at Lafayette S tur(day evening, 17th leave respectfully to this medium, to my f"iends generally, that -:. used without previ .t:ng me. " I 21. 1M71l C. B. LOVE. lional fon'intion of the Col ., fople of the Ioiitd States. • . ' ., Jan. 22, 1872. i )-ne preamble and re ,.re, :,. ,lti, b!, theSouth e i' ( 1,,nton of Colored c , c o nvened in this city :ih day otf October. 1871 : . the time tixed for the i ,f this Co nvention was .rtinate', owing to the im . an;vasle, going on in he Southern States, and : of nmany good men to : S mlquence of the same; n.;:,, uany prominent col .n d.sallr''td of said call, , v c ,nsidlered it sectional; .: . ..:That the President of h be, and is hereby, "dll a National Con Sclored people of the to tetet at the City of K ,;.,, Louisiana, on the 2d ,f April 1872. ,I1, 'THat the representation i (',IveIntiton shall be two ch State cr Territory at it1 one for each twenty I c,,lor.'l voters, and one fractic,,, l part over ten ..1, to Ire elected as the State .:: to authority vested in r the foregoing resolutions, SraIIl upon the colored peo .=, I nited States to elect and a delegates to assemble .-:t.In on the day and at the '.ned at 12 o'clock M., to t,.",ir political and material , of representation as n in the foregoing resolu ,; ,.+,,.tel to be strictly At1.'1 ) J.i. RANSIER, .:t , ; "Southern States Sr. f ('olored Men." !' ndly to the cause of Sf,,r. the law and the ':tlo rsts of the colored XO' T OPlIllT. ('1:as HOUSE, centrally ':icitly located, for the u:a ,dlat ioen of the Tra a and Visiting 'Ie ,lminunity, 1.1. E. J. A DAMS, , e! I , en. or east of King, i. \.III:STON, S. C. ...\!;I 1r Woek SM00 Pr r iao. 175 •l P~lo/dra.s Street, * cl rc. li useki eper,. etc., ' .tily iltic IeiSt reliable . t ! x,: HLr. " 'I ~,r tllt, to thi. A ,gency, :i.. will receive, prompt Jan. 2;. '72-ly ':.N AND SCOURING -TABLiSHMENT. t"! Ih'tr ald Scourer, ,\L iSTlREET....228 Cc',',' \ ': " I) lAsINS, NEW OU1LEAN:i, C JA Ci ltr I ic,)1 STREET. ' t;, '". (tiI.RLF.' 'TS., : ' LiL L.S. ' ."1,* of R. Hoe & Co's . r s and Tames Conner's I , df~li Supply at Man, THE LOUISIANIAN BOOK AND JOB Printing Establishment, 114 ..... Cml et stret ... . 114 NEw Ouss. We are now prepared to execute every ij DESCRIPTION p ---S 1P R= N ]T Z 1TV-, t' SUCH As o Mammoth Posters, Fancy Show Cards. o Railroad Work, Lawyers' Briefs, a Book Work, a Steamboat Work, p Business Cards, Programmes, U Handbills, h I And all kinds of MERCANTILE WORK. Z e RULING AND BOOK*BWINING o--o e 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 BLACK AND COLORED INKS, AND OF EVERY SIZE. BILL HEADS On any quality of paper - Prices Accordingly. e Insurance Policies. and Blank.s. ILailroad Tickets. Time-Tables. In ,act, all kinds of S Job Prizatinug can be e·'ecuted at this Office-not only 1 with DISPATCH, but on ACCOMMO I)ATING; TERMS. s I A IIEI'OSITORY OF FASHION, PLEASU IE, AND INSTRUCTION." HARPER'S BAZAR. A supplement containing numerous full sized patterns'of useful articles accompa nies the paper every fortnight. Harper's Bazar contains 16 folio pages of the size of Harper's Weekly, printed on superfine calendered paper, and is pub lished week)y. NOTICES or THE PSEiS. Harper's Bazar contains, besides pic tures, patterns, etc., a variety of matter of especial use and interest to the family; Sarticeles on health, dress, and housekeep ing in all its branches; its editorial matter - is specially adapted 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 thousanls fT families, and its publishers I have filled the demand. The young lady who buys a single number of Harper's IBazar is made a subscriber for life.--SNcK e 'erAk Eeninu Post. The Bazar is excellent. Like all the periodicals which the Harpers publish, it is almost ideally well edited, and the class of readers for whom it i intended--the mothers and daughters in average fam iles--cannot but profit by its good sense and'good taste, which, we have no doubt. are to-day making very many homes hap dier than they may have been before the womn:en began taking lesons in personal and household and social management from thisi good-natured mentor.- Tle .', tion, . Y Subscritions.-1872. 'Ecrmna : SHarper : IBazr. one year..........$4 00 An extra copy of either the Magazinu, Weekly, or Bazar will be supplied gratis for every Club of Five Subscribersat $1 00 -each, in one remittance; or, Six Copies for $20 00, without extra copy. Subscriptions to Harper's Mag.azine, SWeeklyv and Bazar, to one addr-ss for one ,ear, $10 00; or. two of Harper's Periodi- I Scals, to one address for one year, $7 00. " Back numbers can be supplied at any time. Vols. I., II., and IIl. of Harper's Bazar. for the years 180,, '69, '70, elegantly lnboand in green morocco cloth, will be sent by express. freight prepaid, for 57 00 each. The postage on Harper's Bazar is 20, centsa year, which maust be paid at the i subscriber's post oce. S HARPER & BBOTHER, Dee. 98, '"1. New York. ARPER8 P£ERIODICALS. ' tismtbleuly the bet uitalad work of the klnd ia the War." NAPER'S MASAZINE Notices qf the Press. No more delightful travels are printed in the English language than appear per petually in HAam's MaoaZms. They are read with equal interest and satisfac sion by boys of every grade from eighteen to eighty. Its scientifle papers, while snf fciently profound to demand the attention of the learned, are yet admirably adapted to the popular understanding, and design ed as much to diffuse correct information concerning current scientific discovery as it could be if it was the organ of the "So ciety foa the Diffusion of Useful Knowl edge." The great design of HAarnx's is to give correct information and rational I amusement to the great masses of the peo ple. There are few intelligent American families in which Hamrta's MIoZzrmx would not be an appreciated and highly welcome guest. Tnere is no monthly Magazine an intelligent reading family can less afford to be without. Many Maga zines are accumulate HAnrPa'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. -Net- &gland Homestead. It is one of the wonders of journalism the editorial management of Hamrsa's. -The Nation. r SUBSCRIPTIONS.--1871, Tormrssr HAraia's MAGAZINE, one year.... $4 00 An Edtra Copy of either the MAsotzx, WErE.YL, or BAzaaa will be supplied gratis for every Club qf Fivz Strcamans at $4 00 each, in one remittance; or Si, (Copies for $.tO, 00, without extra copy. Subscriptions to HARPR5's MAGAZINE, WEELY, ard BAZAAR, to on1 address for oe year, $10,00; or two of Harper's Peri od;als, to one address for oue year, $7,00. Back tnumbers can be supplied at any time. A Complete Set of HARPEa'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. singly I'olu,tes, by mail, postlprid. $3 00. Cloth cases for binding, will be 58 cents, by mail, postpaid. The Postage on H.aBPERI MAGAZINE is 24 cents a year, which must be paid at ly the subscriber's post-office. Address HARPER & BROTHERS, New York. "A Complete Pirtorial History of the Times." " 1,' I:,,, ('Cha'ipest amd Pma4 Swc Li a- t'.-ful I'aiy Palr'r in, the ý TTIO1T." e --:o:S b- -HFARPER'S IVEEKLY SPLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED. S NoTInces OF THE PRESs. er The Model ANewspaper of our country. y;Complete in all the departments of an p- American Family Paper, HAr'ga's WxEE er LY has earned for itself a right to its title, n- "A Jotrama or CIVzTIrrox."-New Yo]rk E, Ierning Post, er The best publication of its class in e America, and so far ahead of all other journals as not to permit of any compari i son between it and any of their number. nIts columns contain the finest collections rs of reading matter that are printed. ly Its illustrations are numerous and beauti S ful, being furnished by the chief artists of Sthe conntrv.--Bostoin Traveler. Harper's Weekly is the best and most e interesting illustrated newspaper. Nor it does its value depend on its illustrations * alone. Its reading matter is of a high ie order of literary merit-varied, instruc n* tive. entertaining, and unexceptionable. - N Y Sun. it. - I Subscriptions-1871. il TEBMs8 : t Harpieri Weekly, one year........S 00 An extra copy of either the Magazine. Weekly. or Bazar will be supplied gratis for every club of EImire sbscribers at $4 00 each, in one remittance: or, six copies for $20 00. without extra copy. S0 mlmscriptious to Harperis Magazine, "' Week!'. and lCaar. to one address for one y c~.r, $10 00, or, two of Harper's Periodi ! cals, to one address for one year, $7 00. r"±' BUn k numbers can be supplied at 'any tune. "FL g. The Annual Volune- of HARPER ' WEEKLY, in neat cloth binding, will be at sent by express, free of expense, for 87 00 each. A complete Set, comprising Fonr r. teten Volumes, sent on receipt of eash at ly the rate of $5 25 per voL, freight at ex be pense of purchaser. Volume XIV ready DO January 1st, 1871. SThe postage on Harper's Weekly is 20 .ents a year, which must be paid tthe Ssabscriber's post oS. New Yortk. STEAMBOATS. GREENVILLE, VIOKSBUBG AND THE BEND& Leaves on THURBDAY., at 5 P. M. . FOR VICKSBURG, DAVIS' Bend GmaavGV n Aomers Sunny Side, Eg's Point Oramd ke, Leo. ts, 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, I and all intermediate and Coast landings. g The new and magnificent steamer KATIE. 1 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 ManncaAr-M' SOUTHERN PACKEF CoMxas.r. 1 FoR ST. LouIs, CIRo, M- Mars and the Bends The steamers of this line will leave as follows. at 5 P, M. Giving through bills of lading over the Illinois Central 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 be see and state rooms secured on application to STEVEh'SO.N & VERLANDER. Agents, 135 Gravier street. JOHN F. BAKER, President. Bills of lading over the Illinois Cent ral Railroad signed only at the office of JAS. T. TUCKER. 26 Carondelet street. NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO AND ThE WEST. THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD AND Blue Line, Via Cairo, WILLTAKEFREIGHT From New Orleans on first Ilass steamers, LEAVING DAILY, AT 5 P, xi., FOR CAIRO, CHICAGO, AND ALL POINTS NORTH, 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 General Office of the Com pany, No. 26 Carondelet Street. Shippers by this route save all dray age and transfer charges at Cairo, and their goods are always under cover, and no charges are made for forwarding. JAMES T. TUCKER, General Agent. ST. LOUIS. For St. Louis, Cairo and Memphis. steamer KATIE, J. M Warr,.. Master; will leave New Orleans for above ports on SATURDAY, , SATURDAY, Juno 10: June 24; SATURDAY, SATURDAY, July 8; July 22. For freight or passage apply on board, orto J. JANNEY, No. 150 Common Street A. A. GREEN, No. 196 Common Stree. Where a plan of the cabin can be seen BATON ROUGE. l New Orleans. Coast, Baton SRouge andGrosse Tete Rail road semi-weekly passen ger packet ST, JOHN. W. R. GarTnOCsL Maste.r; JaMYs McErsov, Clerk, t Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 3 P. M., and SUNDAY, at 10 A. M. Returning, leaves Baton Iouge every Monday and Thursday evening.. For freight or passage apply on board, r to E. O. M.ELascos., 11 Conti street CAIRO. -o SST. LOIS IbSAND NEw OIr~L.EAs P 'CET CoMPAt.i. FOR, CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. Illinois Central Railroad Packets r FOR MEMHPIS, CAIRO and the Bends-The fine passenger bteamers of this line will leave a- tollous: SGiving through bills of lading to all points on the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, Nashville and Northwestern t 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 routes via Memphis, Cairo and St. Louis. Staterooms se -cured at General Offlce, 104 Common treer. A. A. WOODS. General Agent, S101 Common Street. C. G. WAYNE, Freight'Aent, 37 Natches Street, JOHN N. BOFINGER. President, Bills of lading for all freights over the linoi. Ceatral road; signed at the oiae of 1pAME T. TUCKER, spl. 6-tt S9 Ouroadela Street. MILIJERY STORE. MRS.A.M.PARRISHI, FIBST PREMIUM Jhirt taku O.Ill1 CANAL SI'RXT, New Orleans, La. Particular attention paid to the A manufacture of (ents' Under clothing; alsoBase Ball Club and 8 Firemen's UniformMade to order. mAM OF0 THE NEW YORK Emporium of Fashdon FOR LADIES. 51 Represented by In. A. Goodale ad t rs. I. E. Lineola. FURNISININU OODISl OF ALL KINDS. FROM HEAD DRESS TO HOSIERY, L SUITS IN GRFAT VARIETY, Wrappers Single or Double, Undercloth ing of every description, Night Dresses, Trail and Walking Skirts, Chemise, Drawers, Sacks, Over Skirts, Aprons, &c. Orders taken for wedding Outfts, Chil- c drens and Infants' Wardrobes, Suits and t Dresses in the Latest Styles, and supplied c at short notice. I2'The TRADE supplied at Vew York ( prices. Sample Room, No. 2*1 Canal it., AT MRS. A. M. PARRISH'S FIRST PREMIUM SHIRT IMAIUFACTORY. $#O)rders respectfully solicited. Mrs. A. GOODALE, Mrs. K. E. LINCOLN. BOOKSELLERS, STA TIONERS AL. Am~ona'm, COSMOPOULITAN NEWS DEPOT, STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC., No. 94, Exchange Alley, be~tween Biecille and Conti Streets, New Or leans. All the large Northern and Western dai lies. More than one hundred and sixty diff erent publications received and sold. Subscriptions received to all periodical publications. Subscribers will be accountable for the subscription as long as they do net send back the paper, or notify otherwise. CARPENTERS, FURNITURE, 4c JULIUS. P. BROWN. HOUSE CARPENTER CAsA. Sr. Bet r.nzar & Roazareox Sr's. Jobbing. Attended to Pnnctually. The Mitchell & Ramellsberg FURNITURE CO., LMANUFATCtURER8 AD DEALERS TN ALL KINDS OF 'URNITUUE, S3IATTRASSES, LCOKING GLASSEfJ, &c., 103 and 153 C.~mp street, corner Poydras, ORESQUE BUILDING, Nw ORLEAas. ST. PHIUIP STORE, 230 ROYAL ST. CONER. ST. PHILIP. New Orleuas. R. A. CIIAPELLA, --CA9H DEALER - rStrlaplead Faley Dry olis, TPu.MMIaGs AND HAT~S, l AT AUC(ION P3IO8 DBY GOODB -OLOTHING. PARTIES WHO BUY FIRST OLASS DBY GOODS Will Had thr mon spent more to their 8 atisaction at BRASEL KA & ADAM'S CASH HOUSE THAN ELSEWHERE. A lamoe through their iammee stock Biks, Batins, Beat Poplits, Plaids, Berges, Mardinos, ameres, Ep. Cloths, Formosns, Arabs, Jackes, Shawls Flukhg, Clakiesi, Clths, ie, Gloves, Crsets, Vel 2 rets, Ribbons, Parasols, Fans, Eta, Eto., Etc. WILL CONVINCE. 686 ..............and..............588 Magazine street, cor. St. Andrew, MIS CELLANEO L'. THE PEOPLES COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ! Depaortmant of Straight Univeraly. Located over the Freedmens Savings Bannk, 114 Carondelet St. OPEN DAY AND ranO, 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 tlie 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 3 commscial 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 reduced to suit the times. For further information call at the College, or address Prof A. T. 8elover, Principal. REMOVAL To 167 ...CANAL STREET ....167 FROM No. 9 CAMP STREET. 63-3UYNN ses T INexg Manufacturers and Dealers IN BOOTS AND SHOES, Trunks, Valises and Bags, We repectthlly give notice that they have removed to the large and centrally located No 167 Canal Street, Near Dauphine. WINFIEL & COOPERi. PAINTING, GLAZING, CALSOMINING, OGRANTILING, FRESCOING, GRANING, SIGN PAINT ING, WALL PAPERING. O Nlee No. 84 Dryades Street, Near Union Street TE PFEOPLE'S 1001 AND THE BOOK OF THE DAY. JUST OUT. The Louisiana Magistrate. A GUIDE OF DAILY USE TO THE JUDGE, THE PARISH OFFI CER THE LAWYER, THE BUSINESS MAN, AND HEADS OF FAMILIES. Containing the most necessary informa. ion on questions of every day use, aID COMPLETE SET OF FORMS FOB ALL CONTRACTS OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE For sale by BARBETT, SEYMOUR k CO., Geneal Stationers and a wPablishers, mbhO. tf. No. 60 Camp street. P. B ETHE, MERS AIIISE, FLIOUR PROVISION BBOKER, 10A..POYDR]S STREET...105S W. 1. TAOg.i .... NO. .Ur LOTTERIES. LhhhUA SY lMTUT MUM Ineorporated AugstIl7, ISS CHArL T. HOWNAD .. a.a, SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY, SZrm.m 8cum!u Oj 10,0 Nuinma. CAPITAL P.. - - -- $50,000. oLABS C. TO BE DRAWN IN NEW ORLANS atlray, Fre ry r , 18', HOWARD, SIMMONDS CO., Contr'ts. SCHEME : 20,000 NUMBErs-T--ICKES oTL $20. 1 prize of $50,000 is..........$50,000 1 prise of 30,000 is......... 0,000 1 prise of o0,000 ......... 0o,00o 1 prise of 10,000 i.......... 10,000 1 prise of 9,000 is.......... 9,000 1prie of ,000.. is...... 8,00o 1 prize of 7,000 is......... 7,000 1 prize of 6,000 is.......... 6,000 1 prize of 5,000 is.......... 5,000 1 prize of 4,000 is........ 4,000 1 prie of 3,000 is......... 8,000 1 prize of ,000 i.......... ,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 priz of 1.000 1 prie of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prie 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 prie of 1,000 ase, 88,000 1 prie 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 prie of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 1 prie of 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 50 prizes of 500 are 25,000 317 prizes of 500 are 63,485 440 pzee amounting to $80,.150 W l ti&ckets $20; shamre in proportior. Prizes payable in full without dedsctioa. Orders to be addressed to. CHS. T. HOWARD, Lock Box 692 Postofce, New Orleans. Send Postoffice Money order or Register your Letter. tta gg & 8'kII PATENT ATTORNETI AND DEALER IN ALL THE and most Useful Patents of the age. We beg to call public attention to the faet that 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 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 invitation to call and examine our stock of novUsKoo L xo ran x- ruFn na Inventors can obtain informatie through our Agency, of the course to be pursued in obtaining patenta, the aomis oPznxiD or THr PATENT omrw_, Govern ment fees, Ae., Ao. Applications made, and Caveats iled, speedily and effeetively through our oeie, AnD AT .Ls 0a To Twa wmvrron, than personal application at Washington. For circular address. STAOG & O'NEILL, 180 Canal Street. New Orlemans Mrs. G . E. Craig, NO. 283 POYDRAS STREET. Nuw ORILANs. jal '72-1y. 500. 600. 600. 500. HOME WASHERS, HOME WASHERS, HOME WASHErS, Sold within the Past Two Months under a FuU Gtuarantee, Not one returned Not one complaint Speaks for itselt In Operation Daily at the DpetKNo. 176 Canal ti'eet. PRICE $18. New Criesa Home Manatacturi Company. G. CASENAYR. U TDE ITAKBIt SPRrra anao mantW