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Sstitiltn for hietiho tdiintion of lir blind,
.I n II t nt oin losn . hn t llninlntl ilpio)ll a
t 1 not, ho e r, o fuill an ta tfe nt w r
Soting r' li'iir . tIor t .i |Jlot t ,f rnstiniD g
ilty o thl Wlnti tan givl : y(ill n lifs hnaving in
Struebtfnlti anrd tilel ptrome of Iutr vlt r'.
e ' niesi utl l itii hat ftwr up ltll tIm for ts
or ,t u lIs t ra tg In fi ilot t,' tr initi
tlm It' iillnllu l I IIi. If itlf i l lf lhllR i -
Io w l tlP toh rl f 11pir i r llthf l ., luring
ldlle T inse titutelo ne bTnrotl jrlev
ikhan (loo, thi' dliiat'tin f Inr.
lellllh rist t i n t lha . I i'llyt a t i rnI. ,n
i It n l ' Ml lt I a l IIer i in f 'tr l r.tn g n i
a ht : it htrust in ann lint ijHe
0a3 wort . fvtiv f tt fi't WltIIItIII U II l i ir -
psot f h llnn s if nw. t dm t Is n trnirr Ihitl.
hlA Lr,, l nll dly l%' il' |Hyria: and then=
it tqty 0 ftulllfl o lli tlll It l lll n 's f .at l tlll
' lý l'en IIM l 1gr p ti rthIni ll tt hon it flillnn twor ,.
tn ablnllt ut nf'Inf I iaInutrtil i tu ih oryln ifl
i ti r yUý tih/ oa Ins , 11I ll r Isi ti .lI'on Ihtll, ne
I fhi t itt I. t nd ulrt ion IIo ,InIttia. Of
ii . tA o tlt u ri fi nlrt'hlaul' t I otI s t inalhit
i t'i Mttil h n wt' inm o tIn ln roullltltlgy nut O
-J sol nl - ts l.'tight to bO, mutn itinti t O 'ithI
wit oflb fis t amlniatiotn nstrrel lrri,
Stajia antd t vntt itp ani Myria ti nnfnlthy
try ll , o fanl wh e tiirnh nt t pd tif hI
i ob ae iy rt t'ogtifant't tt n od ld'iinhfity
- llOi , nuisnnn l I l fll n iot. fii ()tt'ih inl
o o l l, hl hi t n t,, l tlntlc'n t ol'iy wllorl,
ii t litlf ar inet f Mells f II l llt rtpl o tr
a t o f tlt id 'atI t it t o i li. ott an I an
alt l nlt ]rr , li . Thllt itriolln t ort, this n o
.ttl Th ilag may offteton wlrk tir iflli
i- O w iithoft srl tm ittirtf' i d lntrlu lt fi
alt ing and t ottlng depti.tillnity. mnl
on.y s rn 'if vattit i hnd tllriaentt, . .In flit
Sr tn it Hia t ll l oen nol tl . thin 'iritn
has tIuiiOn pirvtertst l an tItIfitni frtmn
l sof tnhe it.hti'mnn thllh oliu.tlinivh bli
i ofttint and plotelntiai o ylut.nd anlld
anont has ii'tas ued anM fs'ti utin iint, t-t
iA flll ti.ily wmutnaged fanlfoy wttti atnt a
I il tat nonomy in nooiMPatry in thel
dituire of aputilp thiuals: but retinthiient
ot moan n Itreilronn of lllduratlionatl III
005. Lntlnia i In not. too tpoor tio unM.
o atit lonl i insMtitutflon btlll P h n Itoo
to do w ilthm any of them, To deny edu
the ind wou b Ie to arraign th' Htate
1 t ato It biar of li ty .liation, anti at l t e
Aitfnrme. let tie Logislllture at l i
on wise'ly anitti gntiouinty cootldntr
rest, anid priivtie for it n Its mutli t'
requires. In itdeallng witi t suioh an Intir
b itty in tIh otnly trlue mon asurti of wbl
usnstice.
------·re · ---
lyour kid glovieM at Krongt'r'n.
l Nvra' invitation to the, Chlinoa alaio.
your btnillt nesl tand arrare fIrom LI, T.
t. 118 ritolltillet t. reoet tto ar mttirnor of
eriil.. l(ll| lll lillii n i, hqIFttoi
WIRE SIGNS.
Sm Droepared to execute, in the noatest
all kinds of
WHIE SIUGNS
-AND -
S 8CREENS
f.or Windows and Doors,. at prices that
DEFY COMPETITION.
.tretofore all orders for Wlre Frames have
eent North at a great oxten)o for frohlht,
M BSIGNS are
3ORE DURABLE AND CIIRAPER
those constructed at the North. All ordere
7 attended to.
. C. A. SCHELIN,
tge t IAQl:& MAa.ls T.
C.IRA. LACOUEF,
ieeale and Retail Liquor Dealer,
U8 ST. CHARLES STREET,
Sear Graovtr stroot, Now Orleans. La.
.,. Mole Agent
GlIdsromnh, FoWr'or & Oo.'s clnhreteod
1 E lanld W. W. Johnson & Co,'s OLD
BOURBON. lot.ll of above Whlskies
ti led expressly for U. LACOUME: also,
on hand numerous other brands of lite
,. g osery nd faminly trade supplled.
Also, proprletor of
Bt. Charlets nl r and Billiard Rooms,
Under St. Charlos Hlotel.
BIRtANCHI BAlRS.
S1 a Crondolet street-1 s Bourbon street,
d dealer in all sorts of BILLIARD GOODS
and TRIMMINOG. onto am
GARDEN SEEDS
JUST RECEIVED.
iNW CROP OF TURNIP BEED THIS YEARB'S
GROWTH.
. a full assortment of all SEABONABLE
i.. iEEDS. including largo late Flat Dutch
and Drumhead Cabbuao. suporlor
unality.
For sale at the NEW HEED STORE,
E. BAKER,
No. 7 CAMP STRRET,
NEW ORLEANS.
Seed sent b; mall, postago paid. All orders
?iomptly attended to. atill 3m
SPECIAL NOTICE.
ItrEH ST. BERNARD COAL COMPANY HAV
A tig remove+d from thetr olid :ltail, to their
..W and eomllodliotus oftee No. de Carolldlolt
it are prepared to fill orders for Coal at
a olowing ra,.t:
ITS~BUlt 7re. opr arrel.
T . . BEiRNAlD,. oe. per barrel.
* per Oent off for eanih.
W. 8. CAMPBELL, Agent.
oa4TbSuTu tJal
T. A. BECK,
-,.Se anG Salesroom, No. 27 Peters st.,
M(afaetory Carondelot Walk, between Roman
S and Prlour streets. New Orloans.
t.tNi eonatantly on hand Bugar Hogsheads,.
lasees Barrels, half Barrels, Kogs and Flour
"roia, new and seond-hand.
-rders for oor olos filled at the lowest
aket rates. Particular attention paid to
.mmn.. osea Smd&w
FI1RNITURE! FURNITURE!
. L KINDS OF NEW FUhNITURE.
SUCH AR
BEDROOM SETS, PARLOR SETS,
PATENT LOUNGES AND CHAIRS. ETC.
For sale at the lowest prices by
JOHN BOIS,
..............Camp Btreet...... .......252
FURNITURE TAKEN ON STORAGE.
SPfEIAL NOTICE-Second-hand Furniture
t ta and liberal nesh prices paid.
Mae. . BAUSMBET,
a bee Sw
ýtrerMt. bat~?eaý ýº`
NIEW WINTER OLOTHING
Wheeler & Pierson,
IS and 111, Camp street.
Wo havo 'ponnd our
BEW STOCK V rA E DTmlD
antil nvite buynri to oxtmlne our slyloa untl
vrl('nH.
Eh'gruut H'oti'h and1 (Cltu ~lnoro 113N1*4HR
H 1t'1 t, *II I) SH.
lIlnok ~Vesaduln d lO(1K8 antuil V11811, *lu1 to
Fancy Onnaluwero l)11HH PANTH nil orlonA.
l(logaul new at yln 1FALL OVrliI(.)OATM, Sl to
ýouItIM' 111*41N 1HH a4nd DUIIMEHUITS, hobby
BOYS' ii hMM onut 140(1100 L, MttTt, vry low,
lHluiukor fl uuol IINDUI)IIW All, all ttricou.
Inuiuultmo (IuiIYlA IIALF 11LUltf, warrautotl, $1
how Ft fL'c Ml UK MU1AIWH, t,, 71V1,, n1i d e I.
IVI 0 £4)V 1*1, UOLLAlIl4, HSUP'EN) 1t1W anti
U 1W 31E ,LAS.
An our gould are nil Our own mannufnoture we
oan offer
THE LOW EST PRICES,
for' gtool IH, illlo In Htlnr'rlnor atyfr n a ljunran.
tehun n It ,unl e to otu-tnuadrn. dnli anti ann, nt
WHIU IIRK & rtmugNO 'a,
II and 15 Camp utreeet.
WOLHl l fDPA ~ tTMNT up stalrs, with
fall suunk for country trot e, at the lowuat
prrralnu. on41, lm
MME. IIEILNIIEIM'S,
145-- - Canal Mlreet -.. 145
Nuxt. houe lo corner of Bo'urhon.
Her ntiturotta frlonnila a d ii uuatnmmr I
fnapnrtfuilly Informuu Ibat Mmue 1IhIIN JE1
=0011 ti her t btl'li t ant i) D t
NdAi~ i~ii.v with an
ELEUIA1NT NCEW STOCK
Of the Latnot Imported Stylna In
IIATM, BONNET1S, FLOWNIII, FIIAI'HICIW.
LACI*4, 110B11. CONFEICTIONS,
"ht, Iron tlh loadIng houtena of Prrle. Mmn.
Hnrn hoth h oourrul thu vuluahlo ervouna Qf
Mnut 80'1IE. who will have pleoaure in
catering to th cultivated taste of her many lady
pantron., all of whonm wIll unuloublutelly transfer
Itheir former patronage to the now eatablish
mout.
The Drecaniaking Dlepartenitt,
tudor tluo prronaltuuspl'na of l¶tfln1 HI:t
whoM, willu hetonhtboonbe M aou.E ILOn ' th
who hoeB hitherto boon employed Inr~ the
First Houses of Paris,
Asistid Ilby a competont corps of artltes in their
tprofeMsiron.
7Thankful for past patronage, and polinitin
th eotl'olIinuaneO thlerof, Mme. BEIsINBEIM will
give perfect satis.faotlon in
Both Branches of Her House.
$trilt and nareful attention paid to all city
and country ordeor, at the most reasonable
ratese.
New stock receiving by overy steamor.
PARIS FAHIIONS.
inme. JULIE LaB. FISHER,
Brecli Wi Mlky!
Parlors at the Turner Manelon,
I8 ...........CANAL STREET...........1 IN
Bogs to Inform her lady frieond and the public
agmnerally thati sho lhlts on haIln ofn the most
beauti.Ifuil liand omlplhto selections of Parislan
styles and fashionu in
BONNETS, HATS, FEATHERS, FLOWERM,
SHAWIA, Etc.
In her PREHHMAKING DEPARTMENT she
has employed theu 1ost! I'rlbdan Artisto. and Rho
will heo leuased if the ladlos will call at hor
aRrlors.
15 CANAL STREET.
Minme. Julie LaB. Fisher.
(ili if
FALL AND WINTER OPENING
-or
IMPORTED MILLINERY.
"_azme. Roay Royanoir,
No. O Chartres Street. Near Canal,
-WILL HAVE HER OPENING ON
Monday and Tuesday, Noveumber 5 and 6,
-Of the Latest Reolved
I'ARIN iBONNETS, IIAT,
-And othor Noveltins In-
MILLINEIRY,
to which the Ladles in geneIral Ire respectfully
invlt ed.
N. Il--No cards. owiel :m •
4 ANY A
Painting to-day?
-IBY
-or
UNIACKE,
-GO TO
14 Exchange
Place,
N. O.
0(26 ly
MR. J. SAGET
i9 ........... Chartres street ...........198
Inforns his numerous friends sad the pub
lio in aeral that a h Y rslS~ ted ft1frao
, - . . . .. _ .,.m .. ...a.. ..,*,
E. FIXAIY'S
Air Cooling Apparatus
AND
Centennial Ice Machine.
PItOTEC tED BY AIERICAN
-ANC "
FOREIGN PATENTS.
LEEDS & CO.,
Corner IDelol'd alndIlFoullcher IStreoti,
NEW ORLEANS.
CONSTRUCTORS.
AM COOLG ARPPýS,
The Quickent and Mont Practical Method
for Cooling Air In Bulldlntig, Cellara,
Brewerles, hlips, Cars, Meat-Parking
Istabllshments, eic.
The frezting upon the aolsl of all condonaed
gases being "onstintly swret off, doets away witth
the damnLeot and foul air ereatod by t hl for
menntation of vogetable miatter or any other
sub)stanco.
The intenan cold produced by this APPARA
TUS will allow a room once cooled to tI kt.t at
a regular low temnperaturtO with ii few hours
daily operation.
S Ill!A L IC E 1 IIII.
Transpanront Ice is made by a onstant mnrhan.
ietl extraction of tihe air from the frliilng box
and from tihe water contained threlIn. not with -
standing, whil. the freezing is accomplished in
a few hours.
A promlpt: ofndolnsation of the refrigerating
agent, caused by a meehanl(al agitation of the
airl against the coils, while sprinkled with
water. This machino can be opertett either
cont lutously or intormittingly without any loss
to the manufacturer.
Breweries and all establishmonts using steam
or water power should havO one.
The proprietors of those PATENTS htave
made arrangements with lMessrs. LEEDS & CO
for the construction of their
R]EFRIIGERATING APIPARATUS
-AND
IO C .A. A IN T 0T ap ,
of from 500 to 10,000 pounds daily eanacitiy, and
are now prepared to take orders and furnish
them with the fullest guaranteeo of their suc
cossful operation.
Parties desiring to erect machines for the
coming season are respectfully urged to send
their orders early, in order to allow the neoes
sary time for the construction and testing of
the apparatus.
Full information furnished on application to
ED.. FIA.RY,
, ýi.. .:.. ;,11N.
* EN Y.W1b" . O &t. ifana
A. ROCHEREUAU CO.,
COMMIBSSION MEIORANTS,
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
ZRT. & CO iPANT'S
CHAMPAGNE.
IMPORTERB OF
BRANDENM, WINEN, VERMOUTH8, OILS, ETC.,
s mouth William mt., New York. 1S and 1n St. MIAuls Street, New Orlanse.
Itil9 8m
JNO. JEWETT & SONS,
CORROI)ERS
LEAD
AND- .LINSEER.
--oF--
LINSEED,
Thu albov LEAD 'n Crltlv It PUIR. lThy hnvo monnufatturnl onlyv thii nl.tlly frr tCh- In t
twenlty years. Guarlntil od a U,,l a Il any imildi In this country, and the abovei OIL ls WAR.
ItANTED to bo I'EItFEUTLY LPUItE. For nale by
W. M. ABRATT, No. 1I Peters Ptreet,
noe4 km HOLE AGENT FOiR NEW ORLTEANS.
GO TO GBRUNEWALD HALL,
-10R THI7 BEIBST
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
SHEET MUSIC
-AND
BRASS INSTRUMENTS,
WHIClf ARE OFFERIED AT
I .~4VWI4l:, 1"I IlCEI S
Than at any other ulllsa House In thin Country.
A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF THE CELEItATED P'IANOS OF
Siti"i(r vvtiy, W nisit Ie, I'ls'yt'l used I'ipw hIler
ALWAYS ON IIAND. AND 8OLD ON EASY, ACC.MMODATING TERMS.
Get Sy Estimates Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
unaolail att.ntlon auld to REPATIHS ON PIANOS, which are dlone by kllled workman at mod
orato tiricw,. and using only the IBET MATEIRIAI.
Buying veorything for CASB, Intl having no I1OF11 CANAL HTREET RENT to tiny, I can Iel
my godls MUCIt LOWER. and lot. my int'Iit orM have t.ho bonoflt of-lt.
Your tuatronaKg Is rnlisp fU IetfuI Iy Mlly olIt0(l.
LOUIS GRUNEWALD,
oi21 rtnemwald IHall, 14, 1, IS S and 3 Daro nne streiNt, New Orlems.
PHILIP WERLEIN,
NEW MUSIC AND PIANO STORE,
NO. 135 CANAL STREET, TOURO BUILDING,
THE RENDEZVOUS OF THE MUSICAL WORLD.
The IIeadquarters of the Piano and Music Trade of New Orleans and
the Mouth.
The housn "Worlin " IF ronowned for tIs LOW PRICE. AND ACCOMODATING TERMS. and
for thi SUPERIOR QtUALITY of its instrumouts. At his Mammoth Warerooms can be found
an ansortment of
200 PIANOS AND ORGANS,
CONSIRTING OF THOSE UNEQUALED AND PERFECT
CHICKERINi
Upright. Square and Grand Plano'
The ologant Upright
HARDMAN Planon.
l rTho standard ETF,Y Organs.
MASON & HAMLIN
- and NEW ENGLAND Organs.
Also fifty Roeond hand Panosn and Ortans at prices to uilt overyone. Every
instrument sold Is fully warranted.
DIRECT IMPORTATION OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Strings nt., T LECOMTE'H and other BRAHS
INH'TI'UMENTS. sold at Wholesale and Reotail. at prices to defy all com
potition.
SHEET MUSIC-TIHE LARGEST STOCK IN TIlE SOUTIL
PIANOS REPAIRED. TUNED. HAULED OR STORED AT REASONABLE
PRICES. OLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
,u:17
ItEEMOVAL. MIOVAL.
TO OUR NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS, FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC.
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Havingileased for a term of years the large and beautiful store in the
MORESQUE BUILDING,
forming the corner of Camp and Poydras streets, we will take possession of the
same during the
MONTH OF SEPTEMBER,
-with one of the-
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS
-OF
r7RNITVR v,
EVER OFFERED TO THIS COMMUNITY, CONSISTING OF
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DINING-ROOM, LIBRARY. HALL AND OFFICE
FURNITURE
OF EVERY STYLE, DESIGN AND QUALITY.
FINE FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS.
AND A LABGE ASSORTMENT o01
COMMON FURNITURE,
OF EVERY GRADE AND PRICE.
-0-
In the meantime welwill REDUCE OUR PRICES on our stock in Armory Hall to obviate the
expense of moving. Parties wishing to take advantage of this reduction should call before
we move.
Thanking the Publie for their generous patronage during many years past, we hope by strl _
attention to btules and upright dealinat, to merit a contAnuanoe of the same in "our new
:. f.a ul a
aAzRIOA u.
THE NEW O1L O!!8 LAD MOBILE flJI.
D MP A RT . A B R I~V ,
TILr .....O7:n. m. Exr .. Tas
E L mr ..... n:oop. mn. ! wrtm..... 9:
Via Loulevilea via tlanta and v.lNt . Lous
(AIUL IN THEU. MA
Trains arrive and depart olma wlpot foot of
aual streeot., as follows:
mht fk.a.00 MA. , IAf,nt n
ONTHAtTwRAIN RAILWA IY-
Expressn to . r from the Dke and rrs...... a,
me dxprss..... :0 p.ItsI. Ehildren underP. twe.
'u llnan Palll . ar y to
LTrosillen Nwill vle, s Washillgtoow:
Frltmothe an.d 'l Fri. wthot ang
i on'ly (ok ..ha...... to eo' York Is........s
So',k ........rff . corner of Campk ........nd
street, o potk ........ . k ........
. . Io r . oO e. m. rn . dnt.i
mhl th J. W ,. ( nMAN 6j ... . n
ONTnCIIITAIN A.LWAY ---...
Depot at the io.a. of Elysian FlIlds street, pner
thre Leveer. G li rdhlmst nt.hrl t
Exetrstionr to or fronmr the Lake and retrn,
same day. I2e Oets. Children under twelve
years 1n(c001s.
From the oIrty. From the Lake,
W o',*rk ........ a. m., 7 o'lk ........s ,
7l o'tlok ........ n. i l. o'clock ........r 0.
I o'clock ........ m.ilnli o'clock ........ m.
10 o'nlok...... ina M. T o'il'lok .... ...
12olotk ......k . . 1i I'ololk Rail. p.
2 o'clolk .......p.m. 2 9 '.'couk . p
a on'lock ......p. m. IOi o'nlonk.At lt.
4 o'cloc'k ......pDm. 4% o'clock . .....pDtl
So'(lok .......lmin. 6 ih olokd .. p .
0 o'(lck"lk.t...... in. (i% o'clock . .....pp.
7 'clotck ...... .. . m. 7J4 o'cl'ock ........ p~m
is o'lok,.ti p. .w . t, O o'haclock 0o T. ..
h o'ok .......m v1. . II b' ilot ohk ........
1t o'clokk......p. m.1o'loc .....1. o k .
On Hunday the trains will et run to ver j
hour from 2 o'lo(4k p. m. On Bun day lorý..
Ings thei trains ieave the city at, o'olock for the
alcotnmodationtl of sporlts~mn.
Passengelrs for Olentilly must, notify the co,.'
doltor prior to the doptrture of train.
aul '77 1j D. 11. OIIOINtON. Ree.lver.
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
PASENGER RIOUTES TO ALL POINT$
NORTH AND EAST.
leorlganlze for the summer of 1tlB.
Working out of Now Orinant via the N. ,
M. i. It. aLnd preslitliIgthe following attros
Onne to the attention of all North-.bound Tlot.
ists and Travelers:
Routte No. 1--All Iall.
Via Montgomery Columbus, Macon, Augur~ t
Wilmlngatonr. iahmond.
x Hrourn, New Orleans to New trolk.
The same time always as by any other lig.s
Pualeun leo ingt Oars to Opellka.
Solid Day Trains thence to Atit lt
Fullman Bleeeping Oars attachedeatmIAfalOf
W mlngton.
Thr sh trammi Wilmin t in to Ibiehmond
New t with Elarnt Parlvor OC atta
ichmond-thenoe Pullman rleeping Q an t
Now York.
ALL OHANOES AT 1EABONAtBLIBEOVm1
AND INTO CLEAN AND PlROPEL
VENTILATED CAIM,
Route No. l-3ay Wnse
Over the samelin to Wilmington as by Bo.l
No. 1. Thence by Special Parlor Car to ort
mouth. Va. Thence,at :60 p.. n dily (eeoPr
Sunday), y the magnificent steames 1 te
BAY LINE to Baltimore. Thence by New York
Express, arriving In Now York at 2:0 y.. m,
A sixty-nine hours' run-only seven hour In
excesos otf all rail time, with the advantage ofan
undisturbed night's rest and superlor aoeom+
modatlons upon the Chesapeake Bay.,
Route No. --The Ol---d Dominion UtlO.
The same Lines to Wilmington adl P'ori
mouth es Rioutes 1 and 2. Thence, on Monda
Wednesdays and SHaturdys at 6:90 p, lteIR
magnificent sinewheal steamshlips out
DOMINION COMPA vwhich lnvarlably rV
at their Now York warv at s p. m '.
A through run of 7h ours, ombinli lth
essential elements of Cheapnoss, Hpd ad
Comfort.
Passengers should leave Now Orleans Eatlr
days, Mondn ys and Thursdays to connect Olore
ly w ith thit n Lin..
or Ticket s, Ohooks, Time Cards aid alllit
formation .iipp)y at the of icos of the New "
leans andtl Moblle Railroal.
b. POPE, Oeenral Passenger Agent.
J. Ii. Wt E, LSoutheorn Passenger AXnt.
L. L. M:CLEHKEY. soulthwestern Agent, cor.
nor St. Charles and Common sta. nol a1
G EAT JACKSON* OUTIe.
NEW OBLEAnSN f I.Ni D Vb ICOý
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TBAINS,
will depart and arrive as follows: from O.1OP
street depot from July 16,18 7:
DPPAnT. AR lIf
.pxress No.1.6:sop. m. ExvressNo.9 .10:80 &a
Exress No.S. :16a. m. I ExpressNo.4. 58x,:18p
N5.1 and 7 run daily, a and 4 daily excep
PJULLMAN PALACE BLEEPING 0
throuuh to Ulneinnati, Louisville, Chie.ag
re and Milan, Tenn., without change, and .
Louis a sleeper sl taken on at Milan, e
passengers to go through without leaving
train.
Friday evenin 's train makes no conneeatiO
at Duuuoin for Chicago.
Accommodation trans between New Orlean
and McComb City:
Leave New Orleans 8:80 p. m. Saturday; and
7:80 a. m. Sunday.
Arrive 9:o p. m. Sunday,. and 9:8(0 a. . Mo
dTickets for sale and information gve..st
Camp street. corner Oommonan nd CLty H tel.
J. C. OtCxsa,.
Vice President and General Manager. mh
UR.EAT REDUCTION
-IN TIII
IPRICEs
-OF THK
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
BEWARE OF WORTHULE S IMITATION
MACHINES.
THE SINGER
WILL LAST A LIFETIME.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR. AND CASH PRICES.
Address
THE SIN#NER MANUFACTURINT} CO.,
85 CANAL STREET.
Rol3 tmhl
CHINA-- LASS.
VINET,
207..............Canal street.............30
Near Rampart street,
invites his friends and the, publlc in general to
visit hl store, exarine his goods, and satisfy
themselves that they
Can Bay Cheaper from Him,
CROCKERY, STOVES AND HOUSEFUB1ISIH.
ING GOODS. feelt
Southern Shoe Factory
OF JOHn HANSEN
33 and ll Canal street, New Orlsas.
TO ALL SOUTHEBN OITIZEN,.
I am of the same opinion as useleves
am determned to hlp bld np the manufac
turinginterest of our native tate order to
hieliptfe lab ri classes and eeh e .
Aot aryeat~r'O loto y,
sn MbY-mbyrnam
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