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gOgRIXg 1A E AND OpATHOI.I GUENEN
nEsW O ] i S DAL,' NovBaxaE aeses
8 EZIWP 01 SSE Wilt.
Board of Aldermen.-A recopniderbtion of the
market ordinance,to aloli4h the ofco of Super.
intendent of Markete; 'aeale dlarie out of or.,
der. The resolution of the Lower Boartd-sta6
lishing a Drainag- BoLdtd, was concurred in.
A resolution wws adopted to have the list of
'delinquent tax payers publisliel tn the Cresceh t.
/ A resolution of the lower loart~ was concurred
in to meet in joint sqpaion on Tuesday next to
elect city officers;- As was lik.wiso a resolu
tion allowing the School Bdord .2000 for rent.
A communication was rqceived from the Pro
perty Holders' Association,upretestinu against
increasing the debt of the city, and referred.
A resolution authorizing an exchange of lots
was adopted. '
Board of Assistant Alderimes.-The Board met
Tuesday evening. The Treasurer's weekly re
port showed, receipts, 7,010 i gipenditures,
$29,956; balance on hand. ,4'71. A resolu
tion1 from the 'upper 3ona authorizing the
Council to appoint a boar (! engineers to re
port upon a j-~an for draining the city, was
adopted. Resolutions providing for the sale
for city notes of the marlig...talls and wharves
were referred. A commit~e was appointed to
confer with the authorities of Jefferson City
to fix the boundaries betweenX. this parish andn
Jefferson. An orlinanee w;rl coinidt.ered for the
sale of the right of wpy for a railroad between
Canal street and Carroilton Avenue.. The ioard
persisted in its action relative to repairs on
levees in the Third District.
THE CITY.-The last seven dlays have not
afforded much material for comnlent. The
rain On Wednesday broke itL hrior rudely on
the enjoyable weather ,i the preceding days,
revealing many spptS/to which the attention of
-the Street Commissioner umight very properly
be directed: To a portion of Common street
we cani safely attribut6 a sore throat, brought
Son by a cold caught in navigating its submerg
ed sidewalks. After a ,day of dreariness and
stagnation, the bright sunshine of Thursday
revived the suspendeil business, and cheerful
ness seemed to sit on the countenances of those
who treaded the thoroughfares. "Thanksgiv
ing ~ay" was scarcely noticeable from any
other, and were it not for the reference to it in
the morning papers, would not be remembered.
In the South-at least in Louisiana-the peo
ple do not take kindly to these imported obser
vances, smacking, as they appear to think, of
Puritan usages. The tradition of their fathers
have given sacred sanctions to dars which will
not readily yield to foreign and self-appointed
THE SCREWlMEN'S BENX.EVOLENT ASSOCIATION.
The gentlemen composing the above body were prevent
ed fron celebratiig their eighteenth aquiversary on the
proper day, owing to the inclemuncgy Of the weather;
but the member, are composed of sterisr stuff than to
be thus foiled; so on Thursday they turned out in Jarge
numbers, with music and banners, calL:zg forth univer
sal praise for the manly, stalworth proportions of those
composing.the ranks. United for benevolent purposes,
they form an influential part of society, and are capable
of effecting a vast amount of good.
The board of State canvassers met on Thursday last,
and by its estimate of tile vote east at the late election,
the Democratic majority is materially reduced, by re
jectlng the returns from Avoyelles, West Feliclana St.
Martin, Franklin, Jefferson. Orleans, St. Bernard, Sab.
ine, St. John the Baptist, Terrebonne aid Washington.
According to this deoislon, Menard has been elected for
the short term and Sheldon for the long term. This de
We see by the papers that both the grand and petit
jurors of the parish of Jefferson are composed of negCoes
whocan neither read nor writ. As Chief Justice Chase
took the responsibility-of setting aside the test oath
may we not hope that some inudep undent judge may be
fomnd here who will al,at, this nulsnaUce of julries com
.posed ef ignorant plantation negroes I
The juoit comnmittee appolnted by the last legislature
to procure suitable building.; jor a Stltt Hlouse, have
othseted an arr;lttgemenlt ,crith the liiqidatorn of the
Ba:ink of Louisiana for the lease of the banking house
corner of Conti and I:Ryal streets, as well as the adjoin.
ing dwelling houset. for one year, at rt Et, with the privi
lego of purhasilng the s.me for dth,0Q0, atny time before
the let of April next.
TIlE CATrI.OLIC WORLD. December, 1868. Ca
tholic PublicatioI Hloltte.
The December number of this sterling Maga
zine is a capital one. We 'would specify parti
cularly the article on Galileo, as being com
prehensive and exhaustive of a sublject which
has of late engaged a good deal of attention
umong the le:arncd. eV. subjoin the contemits:
1. lyluniti; "2. The Imtvasirn, or, Yigof the
Fool; 3. Gliimpses l" oL' Tu.c:;iy ; 1. ;Galiltleo, the
Florentime Astroitnomer; 5. The Story of Mar
cel; 0. Catholicit y and l'aithlei.sm; 7. The Iighit
I'ath found thro' th'eGrest Snowv; 8. TheCtood
Old Timte antd our OwnV; i. lhrittany, its ;Peipl e
amnd its Poems; 10. Indian Sn tlllinter; 11. Crea
tive Getiusl of Catholicity: 2. Schatfl's Chi:rtlh
Hlistory; 13. Pepniteuce; 14. NehwvI'lullice:tion.s
Mr. Gogarty, Camp street, lhaus the " orl',';
nmid a large supply of Catholic tan;dard works
TMr h'NEw ECLECTIC. oember, hC,.
The Eclectic for December contaiins a vatried
and interesting tnount of reading. The tible
of contents is as follows: 1. The Dimondti
Maker of Sacr:nienhto; 2. A Christmas Carol;
3. Phinenas Finn; 4. Lee's Miserables; 5. \Wo
manl's Kinigdtomt; . IlRomance of a Book Stall;
7. Under the Pine; e. The Rufflan; 9. Saved
at Last; 10. p.alogues of the Dea#j 11. Iwan
Turgenew, thd Russian novelist ; 12. Apples of
Gold, etc. .
TaHu Sva AGF o OF Cuu.AWELL ; The Histo
ry a Spo of Ground. 'By Rev. W. H. An
dedon, . A. London: Burns, Oates & Co.
We have not had an opportunity of reading
this volume, but the author, Rev. W. A. Ander
don, has a literary reputation which is itself a
guarantee that any thing from his pen is well
worthy of perusal. He ij a convert from An
glicanism, having returned to the Catjholic fold
about the same time with his distinguished re
lative, Dr. Manning, Archbishop of Westmin
ster. He was connected with the Irish Catho
lic, University for many years, and while on the
mnisiou greatly endeared himself to the Irish
population. Dr. Anderdon is now in this coun
try, and whdever he has preached or lectured
-as in New York and Boston-crowded audi
enEod attest the attractiveness of his eloquence.
D. & J. Sadlier, New York, will accept our
thanks for furnishing us with a copy of the
TIHE RIVERSIDE MAGAZINE FOR YOUNG PEO
PLE, for December.
This magazine enjoy's well-deserved popular
ity, for during the year which terminates this
nulmber, it has furnished its youthful readers
with mental aliment of the choicest kind. The
frontispiece of this number is a graphic repre
sentation of the Wise Men of the East. James
A. Gresham, Bookseller and Stationer, 92 Camp
street, is the agent.
EDITORIAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
The English Liberals claim a majority of 150
in the next Parliament.
Mazzini is reported dead. Will he try to re
volutionize his new abode i
. Bismarck is said to favor the Liberals under
Vesuvius no longer threatens the surround
ing villages with destruction.
Pollard, a Richmond editor, was shot dead on
the 24th inst.
The Northern mackerel fisheries are failures
Stock gambling was never higher than it is
at present in Wall street.
France and England are said to be in accord
on the Eastern question.
An English fisherman has caught an eighty
Dickens, it seems, is to write no more Christ
Col. Keeler presented Gen. Rousseau's report
to Gen. Grant on the 25th.
A Western farmer has imported 3600 apple
There were 334 deaths, '245 births and 504
marriages in New York last week. "
A New York journal says the first command
ment of American morality is, "Thou shalt not
be found out."
To keep up appearnnces, a writer advises
Protestants to hire somebody to pray for them
while they stay at home.
The sign-boards put up at road crossings on
the Pacific.railways are, "Look out for the In
The Republicans in Spain are said to be gain
ing ground. Precious little will the body of
the people gain.
The affairs of the Erie Railroad have been 1
placed in the hands of a rectiver. Great frauds 1
The crops this year in England are great in
wheat, but turnips and hay and some other
things are scarce.
Southerners are the best customers of the
North so far this season. Western orders are
It is much to be regretted that our Council
Chamber is fast being turned into a bear-gar
den. Gentlemen should forbear.
Gladstone, if not in favor of woman's rights E
as broadly claimed, is in favor of having their I
carnings better secured.
An ironing glove is the latest invention. It
will smooth the ruffled tempers of laundresses, t
it is hiopedl.
ChiefJustice Chase in his court at Richmond
lately, dispensed grand jurors fronm taking the
The Secretary of the Treasury has ordereul
tihe sale ofl' x-5,000 gold per week in St. Louis,
to relieve importers.
Washin'gton is fixed upon by Johnson aid
Stanley, as the place for the meeting of the
Alabama Claim Commisioners. "
India-rubber sponge is a new English inven_
tion. The Indigenous article may be found on
St. Charles street, particularly at the lunthing i
T velve Protestant ministers in New York
receive ten thousand dollars each a year for
their services. There are many Catholic cler
gymu!n there who do ilot receive one-tenth of
that sum. t
The Charleston 3,M rcur! is dead. Estallished
by Dr. Moiltat, it has hadll tbfor editors sollle of I
the ablest meni of the South-amongo tlhem II.
Gen. McClell:tn gets $l1o,000i a year for anul cr
iltteildiulg the colstr.lrti:l ou f the late IMr. Ste'
-trfictrrr,-of tlcvelrpd, sentenced t, de:th
for mIrldh'r, has had it conlmnutctl to imllnprion-
Inmeit for life.
They miay have a ilore enlightenedl govern
menit ill Mexico hereafter, as gas has been in
troduced into the capital.
The concortl ill thet Preslbyterian church of a
Canadla is nmatred by a division on the organ V
8p.'iu has 117 seaports; 875 miles of railroad
and l100 inles of canal. She has besides many
Massachusetts consumesit.early -2t,00,000) c
worth of liquor a year. Phi. in the land of
" steaudy habits !"' -
The discarding of straw-bonnets has greatly
distressed the English braiders. " Put not thy
faith in" fashion.
Snowdrifts, from one to ' four feet deep, still
remain from the late,ptorha on the hills.of Pe
Six thousand -barrels of Irish moss is annual
ly collected along the coast, mostly about Scit.
By a late decision of a New York court, si'i
cide, it seems, does npt vitiate a policy of life
The days now are five hours shorter--says an
exchange. We cannot see that our labors are
The hostile Governors of Florida.are carry
ing on a bitter warfare, each armed with seals,
and both of them claiming to be the "original
Another revolution has broken out in Colum
bia, the Governor of Cundinumarca, Ignacio
Guttierez, having pronounced against the Gov
The war in New Zealand is carried on in such
a manner that either the natives or settlers
must soon be exterminated. Both parties are
The Episcopal Synod of Canada and the
House of Bishops are quarreling about the
appointment of a Bishop for the diocese of
The natives and settlers in the Fejee Islands
are waging a biloody war, in which both par
ties seem to vie with each other in deeds of in
It is stated that Gen. Grant lately entered a
storetin Broadway, bought a fifty dollar coat
and paid for it like " any other man." I'rodi
A Ilocjiester paler says that a new species of
shad has been discovered in Lake -Ontario. It
has a giz~ard, as in a fowl, is small and of fine
A repetition of the late fearful earthquakes
are apprehcinded. In Copiapo very severe
shocks have been experience., and though no
lives were lost, a large amount of property was
A woman in Vienna has trained a canary to
draw numbers from a small bowl, which lotte
ry players pay high for, relying on the pene
tration of the bird. Why is it that in our city
fortune seems to have cheat- cigar stores for
an abode T
In repairing St. Peter's Church, in Heidel
berg, they have excavated some coffins, in
which the bodies were well preserved, and the
hair -quite uninjured. Prom a date on some
stones, it is believed that they were buried at
the close of the fifteenth century, three un
dred and sixty-eight years ago.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LONDON, November 26.-Total number of
members now elected, 615. Liberals 367;
A riot occurred at Grudegen yesterday
during the election, and much damage was
done to property. The trdops suppressed
the disturbance and arrested the ring
FLORgNCE, November 26.-Signor Mari
was elected Speaker of the Chamber of Dep
uties, defeating Crispi, the candidate of the
party of action.
WIGAN, EN., November 26.-The Orley
mine colliery exploded; 300 people in the
pit, most, if not all of whom perished.
Thirty bodies have been recovered.
BERLIN, Nov. 26.-Bancroft` gave i
Thanksgiving dinnner at which several
Prussian Ministers and literary gentlemen
and other distinguished persons were pres
LoDooN, Nov. 26.--Jefferson Davis, who
is stopping at Leamington, delivered a dis
course on the importance of exploring Jeru
salem, and the peculiar fitness of English
men for the honorable task.
COI'ENIIAGEN, Nov. 26.-Gen. Ransloeff,
Mihister of War and formerly- Danish Min
ister to the United States, goes to America
to recruit his health.
LoNDON, Nov. 26.-The military quelled
election riots at Longtown and Brampton,
DUBLIN, November 2G.-Immense num
bets- attended requiemn Masses for the re
pose of the Fenians executed uat Manches
tcr,'in Cork and Qucenstown, with no in
terference from the authorities. Good or
der was maintained.
PARis, November 26.-The 2fonitour du
Soir, in an editorial, believes Grant's policy
will be to heal the Wounds of the late war
by measures of conciliation.
The same paper says Lopez is strongly
intrenched at Villeta, and will continue the
war after the fall of Ascension.
LMAuLR, November 26.-The constitu
tional Cortes elections occur on the 13th of
D)ecember. It is positively denied that the
Spanish squadron in the Pacific refused to
give in its lladhet, ue to the goverumrett of
th a rcvolution.
NEw Youx, Novemnler 27.-The H1cr
ald's Cuba dispatchl reports the insurrec
tionists investing santiago de C ub'a, de
mianding its surrender, but the Governor of
the district ihats a laTrge fireO. Thie replort
is current in Havan;s :and Santiago that the
ollosinlg parties haul comupromised.
u'sir': (- N.':Iurr.--Our reader.s will not fo'get
ii," (u.-',m .t to-nIorr'ow e,-'-, inu (M 1today3 1 t the iall
F.cll. " Ilal]. If thley nuitht othlerwiu* , f -ol't it andL the
presI't, they lveu:. I: usunnainlfnl of th. 11aus' that iI
oly". Tvh y will -t fhar-.: t the bra'v sia d nln od, ' t halnd]
of St. Vin'ent 'le I'aul, llon of 'hlosii Collfil.retni 1 illi
viteo t o-oprati,, by, tis metlhod.
Mr. rge li', opplosit. the Posttmc,, has
on haan abundlt slupply of reatding matter
in ,at tm of literature. Of the lat
est we e recoved1 t4he j rl lazine, Ba
SLirifug Ig, etc. -
Letter from -Huntsville.
HINTSVILLE, ALA., November 8, 1868.
Editors of the Morning Star and Catholic Messenger.
Gentlemen--It has just come to 'our notice
that a Catholic paper has at last made itq ap
pearalnaein-the Arch-province of New Orleans.
Indeed it is time that one of the oldest Cath
olic provinces in North America should have,
and have well supported, a Catholic journal,
able to represent Catholic interest, as hegll as
- defend.us against the foul aspertlous and cal
nmimies of the would-be neutral daily journals.
Allow me to greet you, and ask yon to add
my game to your list of subscribers.
It may not be unintoresting to your readers
to hear how we North-Alabamians are getting
along spirituaMy and temporally.
Our cotton crop tlea year is good-the best
since the war, y'et-not much over one-fourth
of an average yield. The cause-the irregular
ity of labor.
For religion in the future, every thing looks
hopeful. rite minds of the thinking and bot
ter class is becoming decidedly in favor of
mother Church. It would aplear all that is
wautin*is that anopportunity be afforded; and
the members added to the fold of Christ would
be consoling to the Catholic heart. During
the late disastrous war all the missions of-ihis
region of country were broken iup, and are only
now in a feeble and paralyzed way, endeavor
ing again to make a start. We are here three
hundred by four hundred miles. without a
church. WVe have one in this city, in course of
erection, which was columenceli before the war,
but on North Alabama being taken by the
Federal forces, our pastor, Rev. Father Tl'ecy,
was obliged to sto1, the work, as Gen. Mitchell,
the Federal commandant, forbid the circulation
of Confederate money. At the time the work
sto pped, the building was raised to the wiln
do i. In this state it stood from '62 to '64,
" when the vandal hand of an infidel 14th Regi
ment of Wisconsin tore down the front, raised
the corner stone from-its restiug tlltee, muti
lated it, rand dispossessed it of its sacred records.
In '67, Father Trecy again resumed his task
of repairing the damage, and, if possible, car
ry the work to a successful completion. The
past summer he raised the building to within
f three feet of the top of the walls, but was
obliged to suspend for want of funds. He has
started on a collecting tour for New Orleans
and Mobile. We hope you will do all you can
for hini, as our people are altogether unable
theamselves for the work.
Fearing I have already trespassed on your
space, I will sonclude; but you shall hear from
me soon again. TRuTn.
PROTESTANTIs.-aThe Rev. Arthur Wag
ner, of Brighton, England, lately preached a
sermon, in the course of which he said':
"Protestantism as a religion is on its
death-bed." It is dying of exhaustion. It
is dying for want of vital power--for hav
ing no system of cohesion in it. We have
not persecutedit as it has persecuted us.
We have left .it alone. * * YOu all
know how venomous the Protestant spirit
is to all who differ from it. Now its own
time has come. * * Its own .;children
mistrust it. a * People now find ouft
that to be a member of the Cathlolic Church
is a safer thing than to sit in high places
where Protestantism is. , * The ear of
God's mercy is closed to Protestantism.
" * Over the fall of such a system who
can weep I It is fast falling, and by God's
favor soon will be at an end."'
E2" A mistake occurred in Mr. Andrew Leo's adver
tisement last week, in substituting "mnerchants" for
"mechanics." The proper reading is: Agents and own
era of property will please take notice that the subsci
her does not encourage the confidence operation known
among mechanics as" what per cent. will you give me
if I get you the lob I"
CLAIMORNE STiRtIET.-It is suIrprising what en
terprise is doing for the rear of the city. Some time
ago, the now magnificent thoroughfare of Claiborne
street uaed to be considered in the outakirt of the city.
and parties somewhat particular about the qualities of
their supplies woald'nt think of purchasing groceries or
dry goods in any of the shops thereabout. That is all
changed now, though.
For instance, who of the citizens near Claiborno Mar
ket.would now pass by the cheap but excellent estab.
lishment of Daniel Craven, corner of Common street, to
come down town for supplies, when they cln find the
best of.-te±,-wines, etc., as above ? See advertisement
SLATING.-M. WYalsh, Slater, 1i4 (aieonie
street, assures those who desire work done in his do
partmtent of business. that he will warrant t, give satis.
filction. See advertisement.
PIANO FORTE WAREROOMS,-'
No. 129 CANAL STE.ET., NEW ORLEANS.
Stdo Agent for tile Celebrated
STEINWAY & SON'S PIANOS.
MASON 6d IIAMLIN'S ORGANS,
noth of which houses have received first prizes at the
late Paris Exhibition.
These instruments are considered thie best ever man
nfactured; andthu public I6 respectfully invited to ex.
aminu the Cite besore pltrchtasing.
Also on hand, a large stuck of Pleyel and other low
pritetd Pianos, which will be sold at prices tol snit the
times. mbut ly
FESTIVAL. ASSOCIATION OF SA.INT .J)SEI'i'IS
The regulari Monthly mteeting of the rFestival Associ
otlhiot i St.J.hotplh' lParish will le ohll ont 'Tut.o.ay
et unig. t..,enltor tst. at i o'ris k. it the Sc'hot l
Hail, v oe ui.t.r;tis lt-in tmton lc c ets.
.1emubersaicr c rletj'que -.t;, t , plltttuall itln attnl.anc'.
i'.\TI' IC'K A. "INNEY,.ct"i
CIIAS. G..ILL... . 'IIiED. A. TiHO.MAS
IIII.LE & Ti"OtMAS,
.LCC'TIONiE1S ANI) ;-EN:I:.\L ('M.MI.I.-I')N
I Nleir til .t.A'll4'tlt* -
S.cces.i.. . . l'ost W .lo. I ," i r'utl"..ri, Futr. it.re.
Grrcri'. , I:c.l l;.tt.t, aeL all out.-idel stales ltomptly
attelledl to. .
let.;ular itutre .i.tk.u tatily. at Iot ,'clsk. n29 't
TJulli-"i; TI (Il.l- NIN AilLDS
ASSOITEI) )lRESS GOODS
ON UCi R TWIVBIT ('OUINTEILR.
These are I'nqueutelonaltly
THE (UHEAI'ESTI I)ItESS (1oODS
In the city.
J. A. ItR A SEIL 3IAN & CO.
n29 It 5uJt and , 3I.,1gazi :: u t., cor St. Andrew.
NEW ODD FPLLO S 8' HALL
GRANID VOCAL AND INST RU MENTAL CONCERT.
Given by i Theresa Cannon. assisted by a great
number of Ladies and Geeantmen.
MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30, 188.
Benefit of-the SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT OF
The doors will open at Ek o'clock. Concert tobegin at 71.
Tket...................................... 50 Cents.
Can be had at the Mltsle Storea nn9
JOIINSON'S 'PHOTOGRAl'PH GALLERY,
572........... MAG.AZINE STitEET........... 62
E. J. IMIY. (Operator.
Work executed at this (iallerv in every style pertain.
ing to tihe art at (GRiEATLY IEIJ1-:;'RI :l'IC:lS. and
perfect satisfaction guaranteed or no pay expected.
M J. WA.LSH. ,
fBetween Magazinp and Constance.
Particular attention paid to repairing. Satisfaction
warranted.. n29 lm
1OItSEIIoLI)t FI'RNITURE, PIANOS AND OFFICE
I Furnitur, at Anction.
Ily J. IE.. AN, Jr Anctioueejr--O-)cn No. l3(O Gravier
treet. Will be sold n IONDAY. Nnvnlncr 31. at II
o'cltck, A. I., at his Now Auction Roam. No. 183 Gravier
street. corner Carondelet- "
Mahogany and \Walnut letle.tnadn, A Vners. Marble
Top linearntan, WVasnIntands, Slas, Sprit Seat ('hairs,
Marble Top (Centro Tables, \larbhul Tnop Etagere. Side
Iboardsa. Extension 'l'ablhe. ('annonnnl V . H-l Snat 'Iinirs,
flat laekn, kDouble and SinglC Sails, Mattransse, Car.
pets, l'aintings. etc.
1P'riglnt tud uloiare Pllanons nnl Ofllice Frniiture. "
Al.-O---ncr liarge i ;nvoi', of WIalnlt aannl I'oplar Extra
MiaSses' Cottage liens, Walnnt and Painted Cottagnnlied.
Toermo-Cash in United States Treasury notes. n29 Om
RY GOODS...... ......................iRY GOODS
J. MILLER, Jrt.,
No. 8 Jackson street, corner of Tehoupitoulas.
Having received a full assortment of NEW GOODS,
they will be sold at the following LOW PRICES:
Fineassortment DEI.AINES ......... 20 cents.
White and Irown COITTONS........ 10
Fast Colored CALICOES....... ......19L ..
Genuine AlexanderJ.1tD GLOVES ....$1 t
. Ma'llard' DEI.INES (all wool) 45 ..
•. 54 MEItlNOS(all wool) ti to !10
oolen IAIiDS ................... 5 to 50
ttriped and PIlainPOPLINS............ ' .
The finest Opera FLANNELS (all wool) 85
ited anid-lE ite ..5 ..
Pure Illeck Silk HOSE $, worth 9O 50.
Genuine Lubin's EXTORACTS.
Fine Zephyr Wool Nubia. Honnds. Cloaks, Saeqnes.
i Shawls, and a full line of Woolen HOSIERY for laies,
gents and children. J. MILLER, Ja.,
No. 8 Jackson street, corner Tchoupitoulas,
nre It Upper side ofJackson. .
DR. C. Mc LAN EB
Are just what most people need; a dose or two will set
your Liver to work, and the result will be your Head
ache will be cured, yourappetlte restored, you will sleep
sound, and wake up good natured with all'the world.
All persons are troubled at times WITI! A TORPID
LIVER, and McLEAN'S LIVER PILLS are just what
they need; they will thoroughly cleanse the Liver, and
put it in healthy motion. TRY TEnMn, and you willlnever
be without a box In the hound.
iS SUREt YOU GET
DR. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS,
Prepared by FLEMING yIIlOTHERS.
They can be had at any Drug or Country Store in the
United States. n29 ly
J. M. EI.KIN, F. STRINGER.
ELKIN & CO.,
16 ............. CANAL STREET.............16
Near BUronne Street,
Importers of All Varieties of
ENGLISH CARPETINGS, RUGS, ETC.
Also-Oil Cloths, Mattings, Curtain Damasks, Lace
Curtains, Window Shades, etc.. and a complete
assortment of UPHOLSTERY GOODS.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES, LIQt'OtRS
Corner of Common and Chi.,lorne streets.
A Choice Assortment of BL.AC(K and GREEN TEAS
and G(1SILEN I'tI''TEIR ;l;ay o ohn tdI. (;Goods deliv.
'Prd frn ' ofl't drayage. n.tt 2nn
iG. BEIItRY & CnO.,
Whoh-sale and Retail Dlealers in
FANCY AND STAI'LE GROCERIES,
71 ...............CAMP TInEnET.......-......71
Country orders promptly attended to.
N. B.-Goods dnelirered to any part of thIe city free of
dray'ige. 2 nn9l 3m
DVURAIILE DENTAL OPERATIONS.
J. S. K NAPP, D. D. S.,
1.5.... ....l..ILt NNE STI:E'I'............15
n29J nn N'ear (:anal street.
ECCONOSIY---G AT ECONn ,IlOY.
Slilnnnnatenr nul Leven, Contrators.
S'TAIB!.ER'S ,Il'SQn[IITI; n.:;AA-t I' FED REEF,
In finr, te n, n, 1,5; pnl ::i l nn , t.rnintleni-y oealed.
IFree fromn bonlu alno nnilt,.
Ssavriongoi liftly plr ',llnt to thqc oonumer.
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l'iannnn Itenntn-d, TnnnenI ann h11 . n,'lt,. L'ave your
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Hp ILIP A3"TONI,
BO()KSEI.IEIR ANI) ST.\TIONER,
No. 193 Jonnerlhine S.tnn.t, inet door to St. Mary's
Keps on Innnl, a general toI, k of Ctltholic Prayer Books
1il., Li-n nf ,n lilntt. Aun-etical. Cnnnntrovn.lsial,. and
IlnIzorwral wnrk-. Alano Mieons., isr*.viarin-s, Alnar carn q,
(Crlenn . ,-nnnn-nanre" Lamne.p|, Oll-ntock. Vixe,. C'lboriuma,
anitI nHalin.: n alnrg annCrtmlnnt nf nI'Iad andt i Medals
Crunnlixeiac. ioly-water Fnounnts, S.t.lnnue, un all kinds of
rrligitun l'Pturnn-o. Aleo, thn,? nrnly ,eure WVax Candles for
Filrot (tonnunnlllnninll at tlne lown.t pricnn.
l'irlllr.-- nranmn ali nnsnln nlent on nnl.r.
Also, Counter Show-canes I,;r sale. n29 3m