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Give Him A Chance. Poor soul ! He is down at tho foot of the bill, And despairing, we see at a glance— Beset with temptation, surrounded by sin— Don't spurn him ! chance. Were you in his place, and tempted as he, You might be as bad, even worse— Then give him your hand and a blessing beside. Instead of a kick or a curse. So hunted, so branded by merciless men, No wonder he eyes you askance! No wonder he thinks you are like all the rest— Be merciful ! Give him a chance ! He is somebody's son ; in childhood per haps. He shared a fond mother's caress— Ob, give him a lift, a kind, oheering word, You surely can Uo nothing less ! To exercise charity, ChrisUlike to him. Will only your pleasure enhance ; Then as you hope for mercy from Heaven above, Have mercy and give him a chance. Just give him a A Southern Story. Pliai H. Haytie, the well known Southern poet, contributed to Ap pleton's J( urual some reminiscences ot early life at Aiken, South Caro lina, now a favorite resort for inva lids from the North during the win ter months, and for the coast plant ers in the summers. Aiken at the time referred to was the resort ol trappers aud frontiersmen, wagon ers from the mountain comities, rough farmers, gamblers, etc. Once in the fall of 183--, writes Mr. H., there came into Aiken an old trapper and hunter from the neighboring Slate of Georgia, for the purpose of selling a store of skins and choice vension bams, which (accompanied by his sou) he had laboriously carried thither iu a rough springless cart. Sam Gregory—tho old man's name—was known to some persons iu the village as a straightforward, honest, simple-hearted Methodist, an individual of few words, and as easy, ou most occasions, to deal with as an unspoiled child. Though seventy years of age, he was upright as a pine, tall iu stature, with undimin ished muscular vigor and activity. The son, then twenty-nine or thirty, was, in the minutest particular, the very image of his father, except that ho topped the elder by a couple el inches, although old Gregory was upward of six feet high. It was "sale day" upon which these two fouud themselves ining iug with what, to their woodland eyes, seemed quite a ciowd, among the shops and warehouses of Aiken A merchant, with whom Gregory liad been accustomed to treat in the disposition of hides and hams, hav ing left the place, our hunter was compelled to seek custom elsewhere He went from shop to shop, exhibit ing specimens of his stock-in-trade, but luck was against him ; he could obtain no putchasers upon anything like fair terms. At length he came to an establish ment, which supposing it to be a grocery, he carlessly entered, his son just behind him. It was not a grocery, however, but a notorious bar-room, kept by a fellow who re joiced in the nickuatne of ''Bully Bob," one of those desparados who iufest all new societies, arid are the terror of tho virtuous aud iuoffeu give. Bully Boh was even worse than hi» class in general. Haviug grown rich iu the sale uf liquors, lie waxed outrageously impertineut, organized a " body guard" uf " Mohawks," who obeyed his slightest nod, uud were llie pests of the soberer portion of the community both night aud day One of the bully's rules (as sternly carried out a# the laws of the Medes and Persians) was that no man, wo man, or child should enter his bar, no matter how or when, without being made to drink ! Iu this unhallowed place, aod in the presence of tire handy legged beetle-browed, broad chested, and fiery-uosed genius of lire same, the Gregorys now stood, looking about them iu that lost, bewildered way, cbaractaristic of the backwoodsman in town or city, and tho effect ot which is half ludicrous, half pathetic. " Well, stranger," growled Bully Boh, aire ye a-going to stop tbar all day ? Wat's the hkker l" Old Sam explained iu his simple, innocent way that he hud made a mistake as to the place, aud that "fact was uutber Jemmy " (pointing to his son) "nor his dad (that's me, ohy's) ever tuk to likker yet, nor ever mean to !'' Whereupon he turned to the door, aud seemed about to leave. "None of that, now !" yelled Bully Bob, leaping the counter and locking the door instantly, the key of which he put into his Docket. " You d—d old cuss," he continued, " I'll make ye •a ill a pint o' whiskey neat aud pay double for it to hoot !" Here was a dilemma. Bully Bob was supported by half a dozen of bis reckless myrmidons, aud to at tempt resistance seemed maduess. That did not strikte the Giegorys, however. After recovering hum a litt e uatural surprise at their un expected position, the latter demand ed iheir freedom, "Let ua go!" said they. "When you've done your duty, and obeyed orders," re plied Bob, who had again taken his place behind the bar, and was search ing among bis bottles. Sam wheel ed around, but quite deliberately, and walked toward a back door that was open, beckoning Jem to follow. But three of Bob's " Mohawks" put themselves cooly in his way. use, old 'uu," said one of them, with a provoking grin. 11 Do as you're bid — "And you'll niver be chid"— piped another, with an Irish accent, and the flourish of a huge stick. Perhaps it was the threat or in sult conveyed in this movement which roused old Gregory's blood ; but certain it. is ttiat the uext instant he hud dashed his opposera vigorous ly aside and might have gaiued the door and passage-way beyond, if tue entire party itl Bully Bob's interest had not come up and attacked him. They were six men in all whom the Gregorys fought, at first with uo weapon but nature's ; but at leeg h a pistol having been discharged at the old man's head, he drew his long, keen couteau dt chaste, cut down two of the aseailauts, seized Bully Bob —who had just joined the melee— by the "scruff" of the neck, and, through a storm of bullets, rushed from the back entrance round into the street, dragging the amazed and discomfited bully along with him. Jemmy staggered after bis father, wounded and bleeding. " Hurt, Jem ?" asked the elder, briefly. " Done for 1" answered Jem, with equal conciseness, and sinking slowly to the ground. The specta tors, attracted by the previous tiring, witnessed a ternble scene. The old man looked upon his son and saw that he was dying. He looked next at the wretch uj.ou whom his grip firm as iron, still rested, regarded him for one fleeting mouieut with an indescribable expression, which ap peared to paial^ze the ruffian, then, with a jerk, he pulled the heavy body up, us if it weie a child's, bent it backward across his kuee, so that he could see his enemy's face to the last, aud with dreadful calmness pro ceeded to stab and disi mbowet the victim, whose quivering remaius he threw from him, w hen all was over, with a single, half-smuthered ciy ol satisfied rage, which none ever for got who heard it. lu a few muments more Jemmy, too, was dead. That night, untouched by the band of the law, old Gregory, with the body of his son in charge returned to his backwoods home. He was uever again seen or heard from by any of the Aiken people. . •• N a a a Mobile. Dyspepsia Cured. H. J. A. BACON, a severe sufferer for years, cured himself, and yuaranteez to cure others for from $50 to $200, ac cording to the ability of the patient to pay. No case guaranteed for less tbau $50. NO CUBE, NO PAY, when the patient is under his personal treatment. Medicine most agret-uhle lu the tae-te, and only $3 per bottle. Suffer era , now ia your chance. fàùt Address Dr. J. A. BACON, corner of Felicity Road and Msgastue street, Net» Orleans. For sale by GEO. COSTER Si CO-. Druggists, Mobile, Ala. 32-ly 1) Dec. 2, 1871. w. b. r.tJL,, (Late RILEY & VAIL,) Dealer in FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND FANCY GROCERIES. Nos. 74 and 76 Dauphin Strpit, Mobile, Alabama. July 29, 1871. 14.6m J. I. MUKBHT. C. W. ABSÏW. Jflurphy, .Tgnew S' Co., COTTON FACTORS AND General Commission Merchants, Northeast corner of St. Michael and Com merce streets. Mobile, Ala. Refer . by permiaaion. to A. J. Ingersoll & Co., E. V. George & Bro., L. Brewer & Co , Hargrove, Little & Co., Smith & Lyon, Mobile, Ala. ; S T. Taylor, Washington county, Ala; P & J. McLester. Tuskaloosa, Ala. ; Col. W. W. Troupe, Aberdeen, Miss. ; Mitchell & Lyle. Saltillo, Miss. ; Gardner & Thomas, Shan non, Miss j J. II. Lung, N. M. May, Verona, Miss. October 7, 1871. 24-ly m. m'donald. wm. march, t. w. h'donald. HeDonalil, .11 a re I ■ A Co., .u .1 n it t.t: it t:.tt. tins, Cheapest manufacturers of Monumenta, Tomba, Gnveatonea, Mantles, ^c. in the South. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction Royal street, east side, Betweeu St. Louis aud St Anthony, .Mobile, Ala. Feb. 11, '71. 42-ly STBIJY'S S.1 Li O O J\' —and— LADIES' BEER GARDEN, Joachim, between Dauphin and Conti Sts., Mobile, Ala. The best brands of Lager Beer, Wines and Liquors, Also, all kinds of Refresh ments always on hand. STEIN, Proprietor. October 7, 1871. 24-Gm J- K- RANDALL, (Established 183,1.) Bookseller and Stationer, AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER, At the old established Store, NO. 6 NORTH WATER STREET, Mobil«, Ala. Law, Medical, School and Miscellaneous Books. July 27, 1871. 14-0m New Orleans. I?opu.lar Prices. Filial' CLASS FAMILY OROCËRIES —and— PLANTATION SUPPLIES. AT GREATLY RED PC EU PRICES. J. W. PLATT A CO., WHOLESALE AND II ETA IL DEALERS, 102.Camp Street.102 Our. Poydrus St,, New Orleans, Invite ibe attention of housekeeper., planters and buyers generally, to Iheir complete gtnok of Staple and Fan GUOCEKIiS, WINES. LIQUORS and PLANTATION SUPPLIES, at pric es that cannot fail to meet ( be views of the closest buyers of cy FIRST-CLASS 1 GOODS. TEAS and Special attention given t COFFEES, of which our stock will at all times prove the best and cheapest in the city. All purobases sent free of drayage. Our Catalogue seut free to any address. Jan. 6, 1872. 87-if MURPHEY'S HOTEL, Nos. 98 & 100 St. Charles Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Thoroughly Ilepared and Re furnished Throughout, IR NOW OPEN For the reception of Guests and Night Lodgers. Terms moderate. Alex. Taylor, Proprietor. 37-tl Jan. 6, 1872. Flour Ï Flour Î CAPE EXTRA, GROVES' BEST, EAGLE STEAM, EUREKA. DAVIS' BEST, And other brands of the choicest Family Floor received in the market. Also XXX XX, and Supeifioe at lowest murkei prioes, in quantities to suit buyers, and delivered free of drayage. J. W. PLATT & CO., Wholesale aud Retail Grocerers. 102 Camp Street, Cor. Poydraa. New Orleans 37 St PLANT'S EXTRA, TEN STRIKE. O'FALLON. LONE STAR. N. & P. SAUER, Jan. 0, 1872. IVTotolle. IRA W. PORTER & CO., Under Odd Fellows' Hall, ROYAL STREET, MOBILE, ALA., Dealers in BUILDERS » HARDWARE, CUTLERY, Doors, Sash, Blinds, White Lead, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brashes, Marbleized Slate Mantles, Grates and Fenders, White Pine. Black Walnut aud Mahogany Plank and Wood Mouldings, TERRA COTTA CHIMNEY TOPS, DRAIN PIPE, House Furnishing Goods, and Direct Importers of Foreign WINDOW, CAR. PICTURE. PHOTOGAPHIC, AND ORNAMENTAL GLASS. October 7, 1871. 24-Gm A. 8. STETPON. GEO- B. PRESTON. PRESTON & STETSON, (Successors to M. 8 STETSON & CO..) Manufacturera and Wholeaalc Dealen in BOOTS, SHOES und 11 ATS. Northwest corner of St. Francis and North Water streets, Mobile, Alabama. [Established in 1840.] We have just receive a full line of goods for Fall and Winter trade. OUR HUiCK Id 8KCOND TO NONE in the South or West, in amount or assort ment. Selling only at wholesale, we solicit the attention uf close buyers. Prompt atten tion to orders, and will duplicate regular Now York bills. Boston Office removed to No. Ji8 Pearl street. October 7, 1871. 24 ly It II. ORIBES, F K. DAVIDSON, OKO.V1DMKR. Tuskdlooaa. Sumpter Co. CBIBBS, DAVIDSON & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Dpalkr-un Western Pkodücr, Rectifiera of and Agents lor several Cele brated Brands of WHISKIES, Nus. 37 and 39 North Commerce 8t., Mobile, Ala. October 7, 1871. 24-6m MRS. G. M. ROPER. DICK ROPER. O. M. ROPER,g, nornn uof st 8. W. cor. Royal and St. Michael streets, M. rile, Ala, Mr*. ROPER & SONS, Proprietors. Board per Day, 82.50. October 7, 1871. 24-tf Col. O. S. HOLLAND. Of MiBBissippi—with WM. H. RAUNDBRS, Mobile. BURGRHS GARNER, Gainesvile. J. H. OARNER, JR , Mobile. Saunders, darner <•* Co., Wholesale Dealers and Manufacturers of READY-MADE CLOTHING AND Furnishing Goods. No. 25 St. Francis St., Mobile, Alabama. July 22, 1871. 13-tf tVJft. T. aVJEKS, Mobile, Alabama, Importer, Wholesale aud Retail Deales in SADDLERY, Saddlers', Shoemakers' and Tanners' Tools, And Findings of all kinds. Trunks, Valises an» Carpet-Bags Sign of the Blaok Horse Head, No 14 St. Francis street, Mobile, Ala. October 7, 1871. 21-ly New Orleans. NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE —AND— TEXAS RAILIÎOAD! Change of Schedule and Rates. Friday, December 15, 1871. DEPARTURES AND ARRIVAL OF TRAINS 11 A. AI, EXPRESS daily) arrives at Mobile at 5.20 p. m., connecting with through trains for Louisville, Si. Louis, Atlanta, Lynchburg, and all points North, East and West. Pullrouu Palace Sleeping Cars run by this trait fro n New Orleans to Louisville ; also from Tensas, near Mobile, to Lynch burg without chhnge 5 P. M. EVENING EXPRESS (leaves daily) arrives at Mobile at 11 30 p. m., making close connection with the Mo bile aud Ohio Railroad for Meridian. Selma, Dalton, Lynchburg and New York. Through Tickets sold at office corner Camp and Common streets. From Mobile, trains leave at 1 J.35 a. m.; arrive at New Orleans at 7 a. m. From Mobile, trains leave at 10.30 a. m. ; arrive at New Orleans at 6 p. m. Fare from New Orleans to Mobile. $7.00. Through Freight Trains daily between New Orleans and Mobile. Freight received at foot of Girod street before 0 p. m. de livered io Mobile at 7 a. m. next day. Through Bills ot' Lading si^ued for al points North, East and West, Apply at Freight Office foot of Girod street. G. G SANBORN, General Ticket Agent. W. J. PHELPS, General FreightAgent CHAS. A. WHITNEY & CO.. General Agents. Louisiana Division If. O., At. and T. R. R. TRAINS FOR Di INAI.IISON VILLE. Leave New Orleans at 8 a. i A rrive at Donaldsonville at 12.16 noon Leave Doualilaonvill, at I p. m. Arrive at New Orleans at 4.60 p. m. Freight received and tickets .old at sta tion of Mobile Division. G. W. R. BAVLEV, General Superintendent. 36-tf Deo. 23. 1871. A. II. GKISWOLBACo., The largest stock in the South of WATCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, And Other Precious Stones, Silver and Plated Ware, Clocks, Bronzes, Porcelain AND FRENCH FANCY GOODS. Every article sold is fully warranted. Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired. A. B GRISWOLD & CO., Cor. Canal and Royal streets, New Orleaup. Dec. 3, 1871. 32-ly Stevens & Seymour, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in School Books, Paper and Stationery, Cutlery, Guns, Perfumery, —and— FANCY GOODS, NOS., 9G AND 98 COMMON STREET, (Opposite City Hotel,J New Orleans. Deo. 23, 1871. 35-3m '1 r aMjgp ^ V SUFFICIENT PROOF Of the Superiority of BUCK'S BRILLIANT S^OVE OVER ALL OTHER COOKING STOVES Are the following triumphs î F irst Premium at the St. Louis State Fair, 1888. Gold Medal at tho Louisiana State Fair. 1868 First Premium at the Memphis Fair 1869. Gold Medal at the Louisiana Stale Fair, 1870. First Premium at the Memphis Fair. 1870. First Premium at the Marshall (Texas) Fair, 1870. Use no Other ! Buy no Other ! BUT THR CHAMPION BUCK'S rkilliant: SULD BY II. HALLER, No. 49 Camp street. New Orleans. Agency of the Celebrated lit ingen W aslier. 34-1 y Dec. U), 187L ESTABLISHED 1832 Stocomb, Balduin &. Co., HARDWARE, 74 Canal, and 91 to 95 Common streets, (Adjoining City Hotel,} Nkw Orleans. Cutlery, Guns, Iron, Steel, Nail«, Castings, Tin Ware, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, PAINTS, OILS, METALS, Etc. Railroad Supplies. Blacksmith's and Carpenters' Tools. 25-8m Dec. 23, 1871. CITY HOTEL, Hew Orleans, La. To meet the views and necessities of my patrons, aud to conform to the demand, I take pleasure in announcing to the travel ing publie that the price of board at the City Hotel is now reduced to $3.00 per day The CiVy Hotel will continue to be kept in as fine style as heretofore, and will always maintain its good name as a first class hotel, in every respect R. 8. MORSE, Proprietor. 9-tf June 21,1871. New Orleans. GET YOUR SHIRTS IN NEW ORLEANS, AT S. IV. NI O O I > Y'S, Corner Canal and Royal streets. CrT tu ^ s a ? 2 g 5? I > « r- ~ P3 =■ ea y D- -■ W K v5 ® Z w 2 W 5 H H rs -fj A A h j i~> «i ° i £ § E tfJSg-._ £ -1 î titptWjf il I âïïTT I Bf\ \ : ! ft W ] > £ m\ p s : =: TRY SIX EXCELLE.' T SIIIRTS FOR EIGHT DOLLARS. The largest assortment in the South of (Juder Garments, Hosiery, Cravats, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Shirt Collars, and Men's Toilet Articles, at prices that defy compe tition. Descriptive Circular and Directions for Self-Meaeuremeut eeut by mail, and goodB forwarded by express, C. O. D. Shirts made to order in 3 days. Remember, at MOODY'S, corner Canel and Royal streets. New Orleans. Dec. 19, 1871. 35-ly E. J . HAKT A CO., Wholesale Dealers, Importers and Commission Merchants. GROCER IBS AND DRUGS, Nos. 73, 76, 77 and 79 Tcboupitoulas St., Ntt o Orleans, La. Cfvn F YjL & CQ ■V r: O rS/ \ % SUGAR, COFFEE, TEAS. SPICES, WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, PROVISIONS, Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Window Glass, —and— IM TKA'T dnCUICCVES. Proprietors of Hart's Stomach Bitters, Hart's Ess. Jamaica Ginger, Hart's Cod Liver Oil, Hart's Indelible Ink, Hart's Benzine. May 13, 1871. 3-ly W a n a t a G- uac o BITTERS. TIIB W A N A TA GUACO ,1s a good Tonic and Stomacher, composed entirely of the vegetable substance of '1 GUACO. Tlii.i c*lehrated Bitier is a preset vativeagainst Cho lera ami a Cure fur DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC and DIARRHŒA, Il Dis the LIVER, the NEKV.lL» LbBILlTY. WEAKNESS of the LOINS, and tM.ea proceeding f STOMACH or BOWELS, Depot at JOS. LLADOS, Druggist, Cor. Domaine and Chartres streets. July 29, 1K7J. 14 ly llodct & (»ucydnn Bros., Wholesale Dealera in Foreign and Doiirhttc DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, No 41 Old l, erre, Between Bienville and Customhouse Sts., N p xv Orleans. Laurent Bodet. François Gueydan. Pierre Gueydan. April, 22 1871. 52-ly H. P. BUCKLEY, 8 Camp St., New Orleans, WATCHMAKER, AND DBA LEB IN fine Watches, Jewelry, Si!, e wire & Spectacles. ALSO v C3-TJ3STS J —AND— ^PISTOLS. 3 B. PIFFET, GREAT VARIETY STORE, Importer of Toys and Fancy Goods. Ladies* Dress Trimmings, Fancy China and Bohemian Glassware, Meerschaum and Brier Pipes, Combs, Brushes, Perfumery, Cuileryl Needles, Pins, Buttons, Thread, Spoo, Cotton, Tapes. Children's Horses and Car riages. Willow Baskets, Musio Boxes, Accordéons, &c , &c., 127 Canal Street, New Orleans. 81.2m Not. 25, 1871. EI. F. VIRGIN, Successor to D. UAUPAY, Dealer in LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS AMD FERTILIZERS, No. 98. Graxier Streol, be'weea Camp and Magasins St rests. New Orleans. 31-tf Sept. 16, 1871. New Orleans. Cotton Seed Meal, Western Produce, Grain, Gunpowder, &c . 9 A COUNTRY STORE H IN NEW ORLEANS Î •f. McCaffrey 4* Co.* Dealer in Hay, Corn. Oats. Bran. Flour, Corn Meal, and all kinds of We-urn produce. Agents for the sule of COTTON SEEL) MEAL, Al Manufacturera' prices. Also, POWDER, Manufactured by the Hazard Powder Company, Shot, Per aus ion Caps , Dar Leid, tj-c. in «peotfully call the attention of country Merchants to the additions made to lion of our claims. We offer o low as it can be obtained at any Manufac tory in the city of New Orleans, and iu lots to suit. We would business, and ask a considéra COTTON SEED MEAL a** Price Litt of Qunpowdej ,— Hazard Powder C tnpnny : Kentucky Rifle —FFFG., FFG.and FG., In kegs of 25 pounds each. $6 50. In half kegs. Yl\ pound-, $3 50. In quarter kegs, t'»} pounds, >$1.85. All other varieties at mauafaciurers* prices. Buck and Drop Shot, Bar Lead, Peroussion Capa. &c., at prices as low as any establishment in the oit. All we ask is a trial, and are confident of our ability to please. j. McCaffrey & co„ No. 28 and 80 Pnydras st., cor. of Fulton, New Orleans :;t> if Nov. 18, 1871. AGAIN! Louisiana Slate Fair for 1970. Diploma for GENTS' WINTER BOOTS. Diploma for GENTS' SUMMER BOOTS. Bronze Medal for LADIES' GAITERS. Bronze Medal for ladies 1 slippers. Silver Medal for Display of Lambs', Misses', Gents' and Children's Boots and Shoes of all Kinds. LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S Boots anti Shoes, TRUNKS, VALISES, .4 . v n it . î a s, At Greatly Reduced Prices, On account of rooking alterations i store to eulurge the establishment. GLYNN & WI NTZ, No. 1<»7 Canal street. New Orleans, La 4U-1 y January 28, '71* TJ M 12 STERNS' RAW BONE SUPER I PHOSPHATE AND FI .YE GROILYD IÏOYE, THE GREAT FERTILIZERS, Manufactured by LOUIS STERN & BROS., New O leans, La Office No. 1G Chartres Street. Send for Circular. Sept. 2, 1871. 19-Gm JOII.Y A. O'RKIEX, COMMISSION M LUC 11A N T And Dealer in PRODUCE, W ESTERN No. 62 Tchoupitoulna street, Nkw Orleans. January 28, '71. 40-ly P. DWYER WHOLESALE GROCER AND PRODUCE DEALER, JTo, 49 M*oyetras Street, New Orleans. 19-1 y Sept. 2, 1871. J n. WOOXDBIIIQI. r. GOOPRR. COOPER & WOOLDRIDGE, GROCERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 107 Poydras street, New Orleans. 27-tf October 28, 187J, O H. BRADSHAW r. ROUNTREE. J. H. PHELPS. Di'iiilslmw, Rotuifrce & Co., GROCER«, Nos. 30 Canal, 43 Common, and 3 New Levee Streets, NEW ORLEANS. October 28, 1871. 27 if L.EOJY GODCU.tUX, Manufacturer and Dealer in CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS, Nos 81 and 83 Canal street New Orleans. Branch, 218, 215 and 217 Old Levee, opposite flip French Meat Market. Oetober2S, 1871. 27. ly INew Orleans. Singer New Improved Fam ily Sewing Machine. c - 9 -5 -t S I H 3 O * e ; . 127.823 Singer Sewing Machines so* in the year 1870, being 44 825 more thr sold by any other Sewing Machine Con pany in the world Don't try experim.* with unknown and inferior machines. 1 ' get the "8INGER," which has heeu th oughly tried aud found not wauting. 1 following reasons fell you why you shoe, buy the "SINGER" in preference to all others : It is the only Sewing Machine an inex perienced pet sun can learu to use in thirty minutes, and the only one that can not be put out ot order when properly u.-ed. It does perfect work long after maeöines of other manufacturers have become worth less. It sew?, finer and coarser goods, is qui« terand quicker in its movement». using less thread, and requiring less exertion ou the part of the operator tbau any other Sewing Machine. It is the only Sewing Machine a lady can use without injury to her health, as the goods are carried d reedy forward aud away from the op- rat or, and does not re quire the sitting iu a stooping punition (like other machines) to guide the work. Compare the sewing done hy it on leather, * cloth, linen, swiss, muslin, or any other ; goods. wi>h the sewing by other machine* like material, and the verdiot will be that the SINGER is the only perfect Sew-* ing Machine in existence. Wm. e COOPER & CO., Geueral Southern Agents, Nos. 7 and 9 Camp street, New Orleans. 27-3m October 28, 1871. The Great Medic al Discovery ! Dr. VVALKER'3 CALIFOi !IA VINEGAR BITTERS, Hundreds of Thousands Bear testimony to their Wonder ful Curative Effects. -1 ■'2 E: -î i WHAT ARE THEY?s =2 4Ï -t I 111 ■I - lib -1 H & n - ■r ? .*r jt 1? S 1 C-Sä 2 \9 - < *: W kYh Cfcjj THE Y ARE NOT A VILE £ 3 ■?. b II FANCY DR INK,Pi? Hadu of Poor Hum, Whiskey, Proof .SpiritsnndRefuse I.iquoradoctored,splcetl and sweetened to pleuso the taste, called "Ton ice,"" Appetizers," " Kcstorers," &c., that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, bnt Medicine, made from the Native Toots and Herbs of California, f**ec from nil Alcoholic Stimulnms. They are the <4 UK AT 1! LOO i> PURIPlEit nn<l LIFE GIVING PRIX* C I PI.E a perfect Kenovatpr nnd InvUforator of tiic System, carrying off all poisonous matter an restoring the bloocl to r. healthy condition. X n take these Pl.iers according todlrsc* and remain long unwell. .tory tiii.l Chronic Rhru ai a or Iudl t und I liter he It'ood, ! these Hit 8uch Dia - c I p aiisiti nnd <« «ut. l>ya n, Remit . IH ffostit mine Dise; oft ! ItlndUcr. r, Kidiiryf l.i "CCJSStUl. II I "'«f caused by Vitiated HIimhI, winch of ih<i in generally produced by dcrangemc vc Organs, PEPSI A OR INDIGESTION. D Headache Pain iu the Shoulders, Corutlte, Tight ness of tho Cheat, Dizziness, Sour Erne t alloua of the Stomach, Dad taste In the Mouth Bilious At tacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of tho Lungs, Pal i in the regions of the Kidneys,ar.d a hundred other painful symptoms, arc tho off tspringsof Dyspepsia. vTh- y invigorate the Btoraach and sdlmnlato tho torpid liver and b* equalled afflcacy In cleansing the Mood of all Impurities, and imparting new life aud vigor to the whole system. FOR HK. 1S DISEASES, Fmptlons.Tctter, Salt Rhcun., Blotches. Spots, Dimples, Pustules. Boils, Carbuncles, Ding-Worms, Scald-Head, Sora Eyca, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skiu, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dug up ' of tho system In a short time by the use of these Bitters. Ono bottle In fmcU incredulous of their Os, which realer them of rl carried Ci Will 1 curative effects. Clot the Vitiated Blood whenever yo:i And Us Impurities bursting through the skin la Plm* ; cleanse it when you sh iu the veins; It when It Is foul, and your feelings will tall you when. Keep the blood pure and th^ health of the system will follow. «.1*1 N. TA PE and other WORMS, lurking la tae system of so many thousands, destroyed efuily tho circuit pies. Erupt» And it obstructed and sin Clef effectually ••cd. For full directions, read iroun J each bottle. r. P. H. MCDONALD & Agent*», San Francisco, je co Street, Now York. CiGlSTS AND DEALERS. 38-ly J. WALKER, rropri CO., Druggists %<l L Cal, aud 82 and SI Cc SOLD BY ALL y 14 I87l eines. JLoa.i.v, (Late MISS FARRELL.) DRESS t$- CLOAK MAKING, NO. 167 CANAL STREET, New Orleans. All orders promptly attended to. Nov. 25, 1871. 31-ly * O. & « . HOSES' C6LRBRATED PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, (Established in 1816,) NO. 1 CAM F ST., COR. CANAL, New Orleans. 2-tf May 6, 1871. c. ii*. jL.t.va uorr, Dealer in SHIP CHANDLERY, GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS. &c. Corner of Julia and Rampart (late Circus) Streets—N New 0klkan8. Basin, Goods Delivered Free of Charge. Jan, 28, 1871, 40-ly