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OIgw sTAR AND CAaTHO IC NLaUIOU.
WZW OULEAIIS. SUNDAY. AUGUST 9, I8S.
sg1aSGLL&rNonta IRIASR NW3.
AsTrrar;-Dhring the Orange riot at Lis
barn, on the 1st of July, a man was killed.
A verdict of "accidental deith" was, how=
A Dublin journal says: The first bell
erected in a Catholic church in Belfast will
be placed in St. Malachy's - Church during
the carrying out-of the alterations which
are immediately to be taken in hand in this
edifice. The bell is already being manu
factured by Messrs. gheridan s Eagle Foun
dry. It will be an usually large one,-weigh
ing three thousand pounds.
The Northern I' lhig announces the death
of Rev. Dr. Mlclntyrte, of Belfast.
The Newry Teleyrraph, in a preliminary
announcement of tile Orange meeting held
at Lisburn on the lest of July, says: The
place selected for the meeting is a memora
ble one. It is the field where the vast as
sc ublage mustered in 1845, to do honor to
the " Old Commodore," James Watson. ol
Brookhill, when he was deprived of the
magistracy, because of his identitication
with the Orange institution.
C-AvAN.-A Cavan correspondent of the
Dublin Freemaa, writing on the 1st nit.,
says: As the mid-day post is about being
dispatched, I have merely time to inform
you that the.respectable Protestant inhab
itants of this town were greatly annoyed
-and. disgusted this morning by observing
four flags, two of them with orapge centres
and purple borders, and two of thorem all
purple ftaunting on flag-statfs or flag-staves
erected on the tower of their church, by
which they" conside ed it desecrated, as
such displays are void of Christian charity.
There was a similar display attempted on
the 1st of Jtily, 1865, but the Rev. Mr.
Murray, the then rector of the parish and
inimedite predecessor of the Rev. Mr.
Shone, the present incumbent, had them
removed by the local magistrates and
The funeral of the late irs. Fay, wife of
Thomas Fay, Esq., of.Cootehill, took place
on the 22d June, and was largely attended
by people of all classes and sects. Her
remainu s were interred in the family vault
at Castle Tara.
C'LAlE.-- I ) the exodus from Clare and
Kerry tl uI 1 uonster News of n latei aystesas:
T'he art.ry is still open, and the life blood
of the land gurgling out incessantly. No
tfoldalV 1nlori atig conIe:s round that ecli
gra:tts to not leave Kerry or ('lare: At
I(ilrushl ald 'larbert they await the steanter,
all, on the quays of both the crul(; partings
i~.ccur that allict the most cynical and cold
lh(a:rtitd 'pectators. Less c emotion iA shown.
ot late. ,by the Clare thlian the Kerry temi
gritu:s. seime of the fornlel ate even light
hearted. lland a couplle of good and gay
i mug t'illows got up a dance to the lugle"i's
imusic oon hoard tle steamlter, on Monday
ltat, and trampled on morrow as tlhey
tripped ovter the deck. Butt at T:abert
3ouing girls were sundered from mothers,
aud their grief was feminine. They fell on
their knees, and clapping their hands cried
aloud most piteously. They werd very
p,,or; some were there with bare feet, but
their atf.ctions were as warm and tender as
if they were high born and wore silk and
satin. Clare people are safer than others,
as hosts of their native race are settled to
gether in America; but the poor Kerry folk
have no fixed aggregation in the United
Slates, and each must depend upon him or
herself alone. The passages of the former
are, for the greater number, prepaid by
their friends, and they, in turn, will pay for
others-increasing the drain, and the decay
of every interest which is dependent upon
population. Imperial or individual, what
interest, is there that is-not dAreciated by
this human hemorrhage and' the increasing
exhaustion i /
CORK.-The Cork Constitution says that
lengthy placards containing messages from
the " Supreme CouncilW of the I. IL B. to
the Irish people, were posted on the chapel
walls at Kanturk. Banogue, and Charles
ville, on Sunday m , June 28.
On the night of t 28th of June, as the
chief mate of the ooner Eagle, of Cork,
which vessel was iharging coals at the
ballast quay, was/ proee g on board, he
accidentlly -fell ff the rail of the vessel
and was drownd. He is supposed to haiive
been perfectly sober at the time, and leaves
a wife and four children to mourn his loss.
Iis name was Philip Long, and a native of
Croeshaven. Cork Harbor.
At the recent opening of the Feramoy
quarter sessions, before MIr. D. IR. Kane. Q.
C., there were two hundred and sixty civil
bill proftess for hearing, of which eiwhty
were d fended cases; and four crinminal
The l)ublin Irishman says: Information
is wanted of William and Joseph Wood
ward, who emigrated to Quebec, Ca('ada,
six years ago; when last heard of William
was in Lawrtence, Massachunsetts, and Jo
sepi tas in Portland, Maine. Any in
nlforalion respecting thenm will be thank
fully received by their another, Ilonora
WVoodward, Macroom, coumty t :ork, Ireland.
Iufi'lration is also watit d of liDavid
O'Connell, -,lititor, late of Mlarlborough
atrcet, (Cork. who left Ireland when about
Seven yiairs of age ;-~-hln last heard of was
suplmou'sd to be in the I nited Statesn itmry.
Any init'unuistit'll of hii, will be thiainkfti--Y
nrecivir, - yi hii- uiothlti, at S8. Joachim tiadt
I ,o N.--'i'hl- following Orange lproi
nt'tiu!p '.o-'edl in the Down Ifecorder:
.Inl- 1", n Tslio in Cathedral of I)own, Iby
tl,, Rv\-. i)r. imUsw, Honornry Granud C('hap
lain of U;ranid I udge cf Irelanid. July 1:1.
cl'itet I eting l:t Warilrrinigstownl, ih ln lIi.
J~ohustn, of IIanIlkilheg, will addliess thli
m''.,tig. Jil\ -:1 (tVetiing.) grand sil -u..
R*,t inda, ini Il)iiblin. to i. atteinleild I,.
oleding lmeilnblers of thl. Otiatge society
Irt lill harts of Ireland.
lii', ¶N.--(Pii the muqrnin of the '"th. ,fI
Ju ', the dlad walls of Dubliuin wire teiml
to be in 'Inai places covered, with "Il po
clamatious'" ,-inuted ' I. H." It was like
former so-calhleu Fenian proclamations. :ilnd
set f~rth that the army of thle Irish Relpublic
inIreland anld il occupatioti of the cities
and towns c-f EL-,nt. sad Scotland, now
amounted two hundred thousand men, who
had the sympathy of seven million, their
state of discipline being pronouned- to be
more or less perfect. The Freeman says:
The document was ostentatiously re
moved by the police; but many are of
opinion that it was a mere hoax got up to
serve party purposes on the eve ot-the
The Exhibition of the Royal Hibernian
Academy contained the statue of the late
William SmithlO'Briaenby-Mir. Thomas A.
Farrell: It is said be a remarkably fine
On the 30th of June, at the Head Police
office, Dublin, Sergeant Doyle, 16i A.,
brought up in custody Patrick Marlow,
charged with having made use of abusive
language to him, while he was removing
the Fenian proclamation from Essex Bridge.
Marlow told the policeianu"tq prick it down
with his tongue.' Marlow was ordered to
give bail fox his good behavior, or go to
Augustin E. Custello Lhas been removed
from "Mountjoy to one of the English con
The young man, Charles Farrell, who was
arrested on tite 12tliof June, in Enniscorthy,
for having arms, ammunition, and treason
able papers in his possession, has been
eommiJted for trial by the magistrates
sitting at quartersessalons there.
*:GALWAY.-On the 1st ult., the soleiin
and interesting ceremony of the profession
and reception of two young ladies was
performed-in the Convent of St. Clare,
Nuns' Island, Galway. The young lady
who had the happiness of completing her
noviceship and being admitted to the solemn
profession of the rule of St. Clare isa Miss
Mary Theresa Hyland (in religion, Sister
Mary Joseph) eldest daughter of Mr.
Thomas Hyland, of Drogheda. Miss Kate
Kennedy, of the same town, was admitted
to the white veil. The ceremony was per
formed by the Very Rev. Father Cavanagh
Provincial of Drogheda, assisted by the
guardian and priests of the Abbey Church.
It is announced that the appointment of
Mr. J. Rice Hean, Q.C., to the Chairman
ship of the county of Galway, has given
much satisfaction to the people- of that
counity. 11r. Henu's grandfather, the Right
Honorable William Hlenn, Justice of the
King's Bench, often presided as judge of
assize at Galway. nearly one hundred years
ago., His father, the late William Henn,
was a master in chanlcelry.
KThle KVation of 4th ult. says: The Rev. P.
M'Manuus P.1'.. Clifden. writes : I am glad
children who were caged in the Clifden
Birds' Nest are thing away and seeking
refuge in the estallishmlents of the good
Sisters of Mercy. WILo bestow a mlothei's
care on the strnigers and the homeless or
phaus. This very morning I met, at the
Convent gate, th:ee girls whso fled fronm the-
Nest-Kate Gaven. Maria Gaven, and Mar
gael t M'CoiIn ick-from tihe distant county
Antrimn: subsequently came Eli;:a Collins,
from Limerick. one oT the managing
)alilas of the Nest sent an order for the
return of every article or clothing that these
poorgirls wore, so that the good reverend
mother had to provide raiment and food for
these unfledged victims of a heartless
KUFRY.--TWO arrests were made in Ca
hirciveen on Saturday, June 27, in connec
tion with the " rising " of February, 1867.
'A lad of seventeen or eighteen years, named
James Donovan, son to a blacksmith of
that town, was arrested on the Church
road, about seven o'clock, by Head Con
stable Howard, and about an hour after
Sub-Constable Wallace arrested a' young
man named-Patrick Sullivan, while passing
through the town. Sullivan is a respectable
young man of the farming class from the
4joining parish of Tilemore, and resided
`our miles from that town. Both prisoners
were brought before Captain Needham J.
P., shortly afer their arrest, and rem .nded
for eight days. -
A Tralee correspondent under date of
June 29, says : As already stated, mass was
celebrated yesterday on the top of Mount
St. Brendan, by the Right Rev. Dr. Moriar
ty, Roman Catholic Bishop. It is estimated
that about six thousand persons were pres
ent. Many parties who proceeded there
had musicians, who enlivened them with
anything but sacred music. During a part
-of-the performance, and for about an hour
and a half, there was erected on the sum
mit of the-mountain a large pole, and in a
split on the top was a piece of card-board,
bearing the inscription: "Pray for your
martyred countrymen." It is said that an
other placard was also fonrd similar to
those posted up .in Dublin and Athlone.
The pole on the summit was, shortly after,
removed, lest the bishop should see it.
K.ILDAu;.-A Nas. correspondent, under
date of June 27, says: For some years
past there has not been such an abundant
promise of grouse on the bogs and moun
tains in Kildare and Wicklow. The birds
are numerous and healthy, and so strong
that shooting can be easily commenced ;n
the first week of August. From the reports
I have heard they are entirely free from
On the Ist nult., the Church of St. Bridget,
Kildare, was the scene of an imposing cre
mony-the profession of two young Ilndies,
Miss Catherine Graves, of llagualstown,
and Miss O'Neill. of Baltinglass, daightler
of Mr. James O Neill-the former youlmg
lady assuming in religioln the name of Sister
Mumy I.rsuline; and the latter that of Sisicter
KIIKENNY.--The Iulthimi F"commtm,. under
ithe heading " Kilkenar ('athedral," snys:
This noble churcLh, a ch-fd1'a ',re of I'ugiln's,
year by year appro-eahnes comlpletion. ''lmis
(11year at grand organll, worthy of thlis vener
able ]'ilh (for it looks most venterable thonugh
mmIi sonei thirty years built) Ihas ibeen
i'elcmm-tdl aIt the west elrt of the cathledlal.
I \We hear the most gratifying accounts of
thie cliiit of thie instrument for tonu, pIower,
mmiid ht-anty of appearance.
I., rmm.mrmim,.-Edwaird CrokerlfEsq,.. son of
i.dward Croker, Esq., of Iallynaraule, Lim
eicrk. recently passed a successful examina
tion a:t Sandhurst Military College, thereby
qua:lif-yin himself fora commission without
purehase in the Queen's service.
''khe Limerick C'lroicle regrets to an
nounce the death of Mr. Edward Beau
champ, solicitor, clerk of the local police
and petty sessions courts, which took place
in Dublin, where'he had gone for the bene
fit of his health.
MAYo.-Two Feuan placards of a iery
large size (says the Castlebar correspondent
of the Irish Tnucs,) printed in small type,
were found posted up in this town -one of
them on the bxidge wdall in the main town,
the other on a new house of and adjoining
the residence of James Davis, Esq., County
Inspector of Police. The substance of the
documents was giving warning to parties
concerned against false emisaties, and'
urging them to be better prepared for the
nextthan theyv-w re for the last struggle.
MAipAuh.-Recently, a young man named
Peter Matthews who wrs employed in the
mills of New Haggart, county Meath,
whilst engaged in work, unfortunately be
came entangled in the powerful machinery,
and before relief could be-afforded lie was
literally ground to death.
. A slater named Scallau, while iecently
repairing -tbe roof of a house in Dunushaugh
lin, fell from the ladder on which he wa
working, receiving fttal injuries.
The Dublin GJuette, of a lute date, con
tains an order directing that accommoda
tion for one hundred additional patients be
forthwith provided in the Westmeath Lu
natic Asylum, and that a sum of £5500 be
advanced for the purpose.
QUE 's COuNTY.-At a late meeting of the
Queen's County Independent Club, held at
.McEvoy's Hotel, Maryborough, it wasr de
cided to select as -their candidate for the
parliamentary resseentatiotrof the county,
eitherrMr.-;lhael Dunne or. Mll. Mulhallen
Oilithe 30th of June, the solemn and in
teresting ceremony of the profession of a
nun was celebrated in the Convent of
Mountmellick. the young lady who had the
happiness of completing her novitiate being
Miss Barrington, in religion Sister' Mary
John. The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. Mr. Nolan, P.P., Kildare, and qa
sisted by the Rev. Thomas Murphy, P.P.,
Mountmellick, and the I1ev. Mr. O'Brien,
A Dundalk correspondent, under date of
June ,2i, says: A Feaiiau placard was found
extensively posted up on dlead walls, gate
pillars, etc.. yesterday mIorning. On the
back of of of those documents which was
torn down is written, is a good bold hand,
' )Dundalk." andi as- it is dated Dublin,
there is no ,loul,t that numerous copies
-were transunitted to the several towns where
the "' Ilme in the gap " could reckon upol,
agents to give them the required circulation.
Trui' .t.uIcr.-At the antlnual genet .l mleet
ing of the Carrick-ou-Sluir town (OiIllliws
s!ouets. lichaerd O'Donnell, Esq.. was re
elected to the ollice of chairman for the (1n
T'llroNE.-TheI Tyrone ('onlsti;t,;: s.-a:
A pearl, said to be the hUrgest ever fiund
in the neighborhood, was got ,by Pl'te.r
McAllen. pearl tisbher, in tile river Struie,
about-two liles froul Otllagh, iL ul olt tinme
since. It weighs twenty-six grainis, and is
valued at £40.
WA'rEunronlR.-A Waterford correspond
ent of the Irish Times, under date of 3d
ult., says: Some soldiers of the Fifty-,sixth
Regiment, now stationed here, caine into
collision with some civilians, and- but for
prompt action of the military picket, aided
by the police, a serious disturbance would
in all probability have ensued. It appears
the military were drinking at a pnblic
house in Peter street, and one of them lean
ing out of a window daubed the Union Jauel
on the -sign-board, placing underneath a
device in green. Some nationalist con
strued this late ah insult to the national
colors, and an' altercation took place, and
blows were given and returned. The picket
and polloe arrived quickly and dispersed
the dmpetants,and cleared the set which
was bloele ap with an angry crowd. -But
for their timely arrival there is little' doubt
but the asediers would have' been badly
handled. The men were'tembved to barrae:
The same correspondent adds: A quanti
ty of pfkee were discovered buried in a field
on the 'Cork road, by-a man who was dig
ging there. - They are greased, and though
a little rusty bear the appearance of having
been lately overhauled." There was only a
very slight covering of earth over them and
some straw - round eath. The police are
investigating the matter.
IuSORn.UcNE OF PROTESTANT DIVIxITY
STUDENTS.-In the General Assembly of the
Church of Scotland, last week, there was
an interesting debate upon a proposition for
establishing a more satisfactory- mode of
examining students by the Presbyteries of
the Charob. The contemplated improve
ment was warmly advocated by Mr. Doug
las Maclagan, who gave from his own ex
perience an amusing example of its neces
sity. He said in the medital faculty with
which he was connected, they required tile
students to pass a preliminary examination
in literature and mathematics. At a late
examination there were fifty-five candidates,
and in English twenty-five passed and
twenty-eight were rejected. If the Assem
bly were to hear all the details of the ex
-minaltiot they would Ie astonished. OLne
of the questions--not a very Itrotnund0 one0 -
was as to the me--diThg oT ite word 'hy
potllhesis." : ne of tihe candidates said that
it Ille;nt "a mnachine for raisinig wratert..'
(T.augl-er.i) Aulothelrcamlidate .uail 'thn: it
Ilmeant " sollmething tlhat halpp-nmed to a n:iui
lfter hisi death." (Lauglitter.) O(n- of tie
hIistorical questions put was as folloi:
" Give soIme accounlt of (alileo and t'pl,. 1
uicius." to which onof the students rep.lieed
that " Galileo was a I11111 ii un\ ,lit c.m'lll
mitted live Imtlrders," (aughltte :) iitthee'i
that ". Galileo atnd Coltperlicus v-a-r( t we
gentleniti who l.ad talh- in sine ',bh'tth "
laugleti-r,) atnda tlhid said t h,:t I'operl-litl.s
was Ii "comlpottnd of two mIlt&'lt,'" u liuh Ii
I)o not heighten your'l c pr.tnt sorrow b\
a morbid imagination. You know not Ilal;
a day may braug forth. The future is likely
to be reversed and none no had but it mna
be bettered. r'he sun that rises in clouls
may set in splendor, and that which rises
in splendor, ma set in gloom.
CIEZNTIIO bAD M ECANICAl.
THE MAGNETICFISH.-A new pa'lor toy
is the magnetic fish cut-from strips of paper
and colored in imitation of nature. If the
palm of the hand be moistened and the fish
placed thereon, it writhes in various ways,
though invariably following the pulsation
of the wrist.
OiO s A SI'ECJUIc'' Ai.a. ITsi EtI'lE.MicC3.
A correspiondent of the &.ientitfi Am-ricuan
commends onions is a specific against elpi
demics-not as-an esculent, but sliced and
kept in a sick room, where they will absorb
any atmospheric poison. They should be
replaced by fresh ones every hour. It is
noticed that in. the room of a small-pox pa
fieut they will blister and decompose with"
great rapidity. but will prevent the spreiad
of the disease. Their application has also
proved effective in the case of snake bites.
SUN-STROKE:.-A correspondent says: It
is well for the public to know that the fol
lowing treatment of this t-rrible affection
is the best and most successful that can be
adopte : Let the person thus affected be
removed to a cool and plrivate place, his
clothing taken off. and the body rubbed
from head to foot with large pieces of ice,
at the same time that pieces of ice are kept
in the arm-pits. This simple. treatment, if
steadily persevered in, will save cases
which seem :ialmbst desperiate' and which,
there is reason to blelie've, nnder,any other
treatment would certainly prove ftail.
CIE.'a ICE l'TTCiEu,--he following sila
ple method of keeping ice water for a long
tirie in a commoti pitcher, is worth know
ing: Place betwe n1'two sheets of- paper
(newapaper will uanwer, but thick brown
paper is better,) a layer of eotton batting
about half an inch in thicktless, fasten the
ends of the paper and batting together,
forming a circle, then sew oa paste a crown
over one end, making a box the shape.of a
stove-pipe hat, minus the rim. Place this
over an ordinary pitcher filled with ice
water, making it deep enough to rest on the
table so as to exclude the air, and the reader
will be astonished at the-length of time.his
ice will keep, and the water remain cold
after the ice is melted.
TlmE STEAM Bll:!'.-Utnder this title, Mr.
J. K. Smithies, of Paddington, harrIster-at
aaw, proposes to introduce a ' flying steaml
engine," fitted with wings, fialped by the
action of stemn.-- ie-reduces the ratio of
the weight of the engine to its power Iby
using a tubular boiler, with very amall andt
thin tubes. lie will ruse liquid fuel, and
carry very little Water. comndensing the steam
by a very light condenser. made like the
tail of a bird, to .."'stain the bird and steady
its tlight. T'li-e :ms of tih. win-,.s aret con
Inscted V. itlh thll pistol-rodl of the engine, so
thait the apparatus i- raised by the strokes
of the tiugs alonoe. without light gas.
heated air, or other co('llivantces, to
give it buoyancy. 'To this eugine he at
taitt .iat.t finr passengers.
T1il:; I'",.. ANI' I.Xici .--.A (0rtl Sipoill
dt-nt of thl ..- 1 tpc.l, ,a c r 1 l;t " rite. as
follow.: As has been acurreltiy reported,
it is true. that Juares has written an auto
graph letter to the Pope. In it he deplores
the misunderstandings.which have occurred
betwveen the holy See and his governs ent,
a d declares that the line of conduct pur
sued by him toward the church and its min.
isters was imposed upon him by the pres
sure of circumstances; that to-day the situ
tion is entirely changed and enables him to
restore to the Church its liberty and privil
eges; he supplicates the Holy Father to
send him bishops, whom he promises to re
ceive with the greatest consideration and
the liveliest satistfaction.' He conelades'his
letter by invoking His Holiness's blessing
on lexico and on himself.
HILIe rcCA' B COPPER, TIN, "AND SRKt.
Iron 'orkera Dase in Stvee and Grateh No.
166 Camp atreet..,, Mtea. - "'d ra,
S-Itttn, Guttering, and all kinds of .obbing doen
ma swartment ot Tin Ware always on hand, and
made to order. 'mval .nm
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMIE, GAS FITTER, Erc.
464............ ItAGAZINE S "TRERT ...... .464
Between Race and Robin, '
Frm twenty year' practical experience In the buslnega,
can warurnt all work-enlthuted to him. . No pains shall
be spared to merit the conAdendce of his patrons, by mov.
ing all orders p!omptly executed with the t meatpterials
sad lateit improvements, 'on th.e most moderate terms.
DWELLINIGS, OFFIC'E; ...ISTRES. etc.
Fitted up with Water and Gas Pipe.
HOT, COLD, - PLUNGE,
And Shower Bathlu;i Appsratus,
WATER ClUE -.
SHEET LEAD, FAUCETS,
GAC- FIXTCP.ES, CHANlDELIEIRS. etc.,
CHALLENGE COOKISG RANGES,
umb Ii ly For hot water I,, ,i':ac:liaeunto.
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BREAD '.&D CiW8mtS BAKER.
No:. o ew L.e, n:Poydras Street, y.sie Urleuna.
Keeps constantly on haat a large aeor'tueut of Bre.,4,
Cream Biscpits, and Cracker of eyery descriptiou a;
made br machinery, at Iowest mat t-aprces, mht-l
JACKSON CORN ,LL ANID FEED STORE,
Noe. ?S1 Levee RandS Water streets, Fortl D"at:. .
D)EAt.a srt INy h
a t ran, tt Pto Oil . .'rW I:
ailt' ettc.,anda M'man' utrepSof]ef.Rai·nl FouIt.,·
Als have conattatly on hand. a sul.rior laeliet.
Brei-glound Corn ieanl. Oat Meal, Hominy, t t,h
Chieken and Cow otee Corn Bran WBet. t
Aitorder promliitlo riened and e up ard, and good.,
SL c sell cheap for Cath, tveitr at aft antl
Acazthamier in Southern antid ,iteru allt, .d, otln rt
(cantia?) tciiitb. to par'euta audl glardlliaun who eiL Lt
select schools t, r their ehihlrn and wa.le.
C2atLaoli-l Istitution- may ha.e their collection. .,,
any oIther interests fiait~foUy" a<lvedl, by pflaciui ti,.,
promptly In charge of this Agency.
Addtire: Box 9034, Postoffice. Stew Orleans, La.
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Front OMce-Lower Flot.; • ew O mr' I
D EAb'YE$. -ACOU$TzC .MFpIcINt.
-DR. W. L. DAVIS, who has for le an~y ear bwds
naowi, trInt ht mt, without imapropriety. auiert oe
the reputhtitn he has seured-bf'-0]cpOdnln the eat oit
dom shahl be moalftaihAed.
lh. DAVIS can be consulted daily at his noffce. No tii
Canal street,.ou all Disesees of the Ear, embrainag Ia.
nesa and kindred afflictioas. utyla It
No. 11:4 Wahingrbu street, rnerur Cestau)ce. -
A 2 ow Orleans.
Off.re h.-t tervi,- s to the ptblic for the Clnr,- o (:im,
Ulcers, Bone Fclon, Cathrc-b, Carbunueles. Whlit-. ,s.
tlug•. Scal.l l eade, and Droly.,
F ; 5 LE ................. l.......... il. l'
....... ...... at e treet.......
rl1 'L--TO iEIit A iD .i'ElCIHNT,'e
,ob . O :t t.'wlhti It"'L I,·, Or It
alled Inthrel p decli er'4, at lofAcoust n.r e iet pr a. s wl l
owhn tru h. J w h t..I1Fr.,ett"
(1 hEAl E3I'UI:ILUM ol LIt;LT.
No. lhIt auphi se t re-et unt L.t . "s
ThDe tEI OLINbE ouIL tdIPai.\ N at n.
th i - t s , . , h D iint f li t e a a t , m ...
MR. (Is. SIAlt. t OlII ,,l
A UGUSTE T11EZE -- MA C PACI'I l+ I':
dealer in all kinllds 'fU iahinA Artiteh. SI'.t w
deseripthtlu , t1,ast Si-to, l)rsg Fet*. 'ite; b t
Sooks, Lines, atc.. No. t rt et, ur n e tr Cet. ,"
Bieneille end Centi arrect. +Ne-u Orleati.,
AL'GUSTE THEZE obtainued, at the late I,,
Dlplomas--the higlheet awsrd,.--one fur ti,, I .-t -I.
Sein. and the other for the boat Cst Net.
QNLV GOLD MEDAL 1d6-.
GIUSTAVE VOl tOPE..
MaYufnacturer ot UPRIGIT PIAsOS, e': 3It, 0
street. New Orleans.
Eery new Pilanosold, il warmtted for fve ycer
Sl.l ..............carar.g . ST ZaZr...
Lk. BROUSSB_a hst. tlapoters. o mer at low pr
LMoR,. rnattm nd Itamel OE L CLrOTH.
, ATlTitG-db0 rolls Ckani lilOalee Cocos.
WiiDOW 8IADIIM , abrles anl ieaOl Covers.
•CU o T LO A41iA rlEl·t, in, halt.
.treasTd, ma ms.
GF n saaOr i senZtio, to dg and CO
'o. 1OJAD'SISPOT DRAB ISTREET.
I.1 iharle; N.e Orlean.
-Mt-r1FrL'T'itga Op -
MARBLE MAb~FICt I MONMETS, TOWIIS.
" rox-,t sTo.St o
ru. 3.-tMarbln Mal iB l e Taa e bilt. after t- e
cheap, if a)t. heapen, M tsy olle Barbie
L·ar. r m theoiaty.. e
Salte partioNuE a4etl.ioa to Eling and 'n
L aren Wualks. t ti
]RtAoisaeo...Cuorner Ht. Analsa' and Laurerla
Orders lIt at the oelce of the Moatthsc; r.Sta
proml.ply attmldI to.:" .,
XVINDOw +GLAtIS, PaIrTS,. WALL
WI~lOw' HS)ESj. ETC.
A lare aul well elected stock the,,
dweal ci, hmn anind for sle it gratly redaac-<
the paint store ot
E IsI 1. W HEE,.I
1RTUMPH:MT AZT TEPE WO A NSTAI1
I am sllno thne now at "ei:-erg low prie' "
I)tj.LL.t. ., t w itI ac.Jrwll twilto ie ow .....:.
iloyal -Ctarts for fittisg Laulieas' Dreale, at "
Sioutbe.a tachleo and.Vhti, ty store.
Muhl tfuri, . S. IEDILCKi. nI('I.
ot • tn 1 u4w l anll ut EiAS p. d TI'i+ ,
carBeell. oen tneO. rtnrnahee fermns.
hdlcrck nt. Ito lilt at the Music Stole f 1'
j.Ciircoi,'t, ŽoA . Ia C'amup tre't. "
'he CFar y tPalnds at the otruer olf Camp .i:eya
j OrE . N L - L llAl. ",' Cutzi . 0 1\FWI U
tf,.I IN- .. I
fCy. IPcy,' ' lEil an: d .Amercat-f' a. tE, - II
L.,ty t. FL--"er. to I .lls ..kll·1. l(tp . Ad |c . C ca
h:. ll|N't CR .UMBr lt, . C l ,, , e. i, -ten Felt.
F.lix' .1 lutt, too, t'los. I. Milleli. 1I..',
S HEORY E. uA'-RP,
Vut. 1N7 and 1 EA4T TIWETY-SECONIST ET
Belw . etap T"hr'd and Lezingtlon Abul te :"