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NEW ORLEANS. 1UNDAY. J.ANUIARY ; s. t. MISCEiLANEOUS 1818I NEWS. Amxnt.-Od November28 th Belfast Town Council met for the Iurposo. f selecting a Mayor i6f that city for the roming year. Several mearnlers of the Cotsneil-So me of whom refused to accept the oftlee-*aere notninated, and ulti miately, on a vote being taken, a majority of the Council voted'for F. IL Lewis, Esq., J.P., of Nettlefleld. Mr. Lewis was May:o? of Belfast in the-year 1155. The WFeekly Observer, of November 28, announ ces the death, on the previous Tuesday, of Rev. Hugh Murphy, P. 1'., Beragh.. The Belfast VNems Letter annonnoes the be qnuests of the lIpto Profensor Sullivan, LL. 1). To his trustees and executors he left £4th1N for the benefit of schools established in Iolywooid, to which e had previously given -£2i00. To the Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore, lie left £i0t1t in trust, the interest of which is to be distributed among the deserving poor of the town and parish of liolywood, without re ligious distinction, in the Christmas week of each sutcceeding year. St. M:ary's new Catholic Church, in Belfast, was soheluinly dedicated on November 22, by the Mlost IRev. Dr. ])orrian, assisted by theu Iishops of Drontore, Clogher, Kilmore, MDeth, Ardagh land Rnaphie, and a number of the local and neighboring clergy. CoRK.-Anmoug the rmestltromnincnt and ef'ect ive Liberal agents during the into elections in Cork, was a ptopular lady known as Mrs. Sc'an nell. A cr rerd1on1ent of the Irish 'inualc thus describes her action and words at the tleclai-a tion of the poll for the cou: tf election: When thlt Courthunse doors were thrown open,. she was one o,' the first to enter, but shei took no 1proininenlt piosition, mnerely seating herself on otne of thle benches in the body of'the counrt. When. h:o.e.iver, the high Sheritf, (Mr. Good Adalnls). andl Messrs. McCarthy I)owning and .Smith Barry cntered court shortyr after, she suddenly botunced oilff the set, atir jumlped il tmediately on the table fronting the henich, leavinig her cloak behind her; and then was seen in her hland, what hadl been before studi ously concealed beueath her cloak, a asmn:ll green silk tiag, with a harp enllyzoned in the centre of it. anud the words " God savelrelanl " done in white above and below the harp. This she sltq, a il wavgm! enthusiastically, say ilng at th timWa. T'his is the flaig that was never coun1qired." She then moved up close to the bench, and, stretching over it, shook )Ir. I owniing by the hand warmly, then thell igh Sheriff, anti, linally, afr. Smith Barry, whose h:nid she kissed repeatedly. Great cheer illng fillowed this prelude, anti Mrs. Scannell. :after waving the flag to her heart's conltent, said : " Th'lis is the gaillant flag that captured Billy on the Ilovne. Where's Mr. Shaw, the hero of thie hBoyne f" She then sat down on the tablel, :n!l the luHigh Sherilf and the nlecubers retired to make up theu polling hooks. On the entry of Mr. Slhaw, M. 1'. fir Biandon, (who beat the C,n-t.ervative, Berna:ird), slihe again rose, rushed to, the bench, and waved the greelln tllg over his heatd, saying : " You f ulght the bat tle of the liyne." The High Sherittl.theu carme forward anld announced the statestate of the poll, which was. greeted with laughter. ironical cheering and hisses, during which Mrs. Scan nell st;odlup and waved her flag energetically, cheering at the same t imeo for Messrs. McCarthy Downing andl mtuith Barry. The E.raminer says that on the 1st inst., the Cork City Magistrates, by a vote of thirteen to nine, refused to receive iufornmallions against Mr. Rich::rdsoni aimd suili-(:Conistaible D)unnie, for tiirlng oil the crowd in Patrick street, oni the night of thl city election. At (liteen'i;tiani. oin the anuniversaryof the ex c'lltio ll f Aillan, Larkiii, and O'llriein, asulcll Requiicni M:ass was celebrated for thlle re'l,ose of their souls. The irey. Mr. DeLnehy acted as ofli ciatinlg cIrgyil:tI and tihe other clergy-tein of thell parish, inimely, h'Rev. Dr. Rice, admllinistra tior; Hev. Mr. O'Malntimy, and Riev. Mr. Ashllin, assisted at th"e ceriemonty. The contgreg:ation wais limost inelllroelOtis, and the pIroceedilngs were highlyl ilpressive. lit Kanturk the day was obsertv, it as a general holitday alfter tithe celebra tion of 3i:issn.The' country peoplel' froi tlthe slt roundinllg districts lhocked ilto to-wnt, and parti cipatted in t he ceremony andllll payers that weretc othired tlit by Rev. Mr. McCarithy, who, add,'s.s isg the congrgat ion iin blrjtef buit e'arliest words. remlilnded t te,71 of tilhe flithful el. d, and called on all to joinl in asking the imerctiful God to hiave mner'rv on their sinls. Au uni-versal and Iheartfilt responlse fidlowed, alld the cougrega tion left thel church. CAnle ,n.--Thu l)hin F'reema,in inannountcing the de:ltl. ,n tilhe :tlth of Noventw ir, if Riev. Thhoalas Cullen, P. P., Suncroft, says: D)eceas ed, although cut off in the priule of lift, hlad been for upwards of twentty-live years ill the iparishl, the last nine montlhs of which lie had been parisht priest., le was anephew.of Father Jaues M:laher, Carlow, and a near relation of Cardinal Cullen. Alexander Dlrdin, Esq., of Hluntington Cas tle, LL D., has been appointed to the counutis sion of the peace for the County Carlow. Mr. Jullies A. Wall, Q. C., has beetn appointed Chairmanl of the County Carlow. Mr. Jaymes P. Hanlmiltonl. (. C., previously Chairulan of Car ilow, I hia eien removed front that county to 'Vicklow. C.t'.aN.-The name of John McDermott, of Swanlinbar, Couity Cavan, grocer anid spirit retailer, Ih;t appleared ill the insolvent list. Dt w.iNL.-The postponeld opening nietiutg of the session iof the Trinity tCollege Historical Society was heldh on the evelnilng of' tlhe 'd ult., when the iuw Atuditor, John O'llea. Esq.. Q. C., delivered a vecry eloquenlllt tuld siilidlly instlruct ive taddress. Mr. O'llea is Ct (atholi.c, :lnd the election of hinl as Auditor of that Sniety muayt be regi.rili'dd as one of the " signs of the t illtns." The Attornlty General rlecently itade the fol lowing tuppointmlnets on the Leinster circuit: Mr. lHatirris, Q. C., senior crowil lprosccutor for Itle counties of Tipperaryv aidtl Kilkeinniy ; Mr. Tandly, Q. C., senior crown pr'oseclltor ftor tIhe COllunty Vexolbrd, aitd Mr. Marshatl W. Clarke -enior sutlnprllnlllnrary cronv coullsel for the South Rlidting of Tiplperary. DEnnt.--The following are thime nannaes return ed by thet Jtudges of Assize for the selection of Ilext year's Hligh Slheritf' for Londotnderry city and county : Sir John Ilill, Ihlrt.. St. Columb's, LoitlidOlldrry; Robert J. Alexatlldtr. Esq., Port gli.untit; liotl. lRobert Torens O'Neill. Derry itoid, l)irapeirstown. Mr. Charlr Ii. II. IMackay, of Coleraiie, s'c olld soll of ihe ii late ligh' Iloydl Mack-y. EItl.. stlicittr. has h .,.i sworn aiind-admlitted as an Itullt'y ii' t Ihi Shuperior Cuolllrt of i'toititot lliws, -11111n soli< -tor ot thl" lHigh Cuotrt of Chianteclty in Ireland. 'The Iltrrv Jolotrnal, of a hiti dlate.t. sitys----. hlaive tnii ll s:i lf cllh f uxec hnltl lt'tatol", which wtere lbr'oiu ht hi this otlhce tv Mr. Ihudd', ir mhdi'n-r, thi, in .iintitiit tiuse, L ioid iindr.'V 'T'hte ltiii t et, s s-it'w g. r wlnla i in tllhe olili nlit, ilttl t ilde ieutidelentl V -i artiticial tetatls. It is the third crol oil Itin s.utle grollllt this yca',t thle tw t Iforiscr riltips leing tlie litioduclic if lIst year'sc polltli, .l ll fil te pi'Le'.lqt of tlhis )ienLII , M.r. G. V. li rt. ('toiitslhlr-ttt-lnw, hias hei't ilppli iitenl- itl'owa ltrla'cutor Ifor the itColutly Dler rv. Thomas II. Dabbington, Eq., M. D., has been elected Mayor of Londonderry for the coming year. Do.EGAL.-The followinj are the names re turned by the Judges of Assize for the selection of next year's High Sheriff" forthe County Don egal: Richard Doherty, Esq., Red Castle, Lon donderry; George Miller Hiarvey Esq., Malin Hall, 'nardonagh; Capt. .ohn Leslie, Ballyward Isbdge, Castlewellan. Mr. E. D. McGusty has been appointed crown prosecutor for the County Donegal. D~owN.-The following dre tlhe iiites return ed by the Judges of Assize for the s'eletioh of next year's ligh Sheriffli for the Conuty Down: Major Madden Hall, Narrowwater Castle, War renport; Sir Thomas Bateson, Baurt., Belvoir Park, Belfaist. FEir.IA..Gu.-AMr. McCausland, Q. C., ,has been appointed crown lirous utor of the Coun ty Fermnanagh. CG..LAY.-It is stated by Mr. Patrick P'ergu son that some saiort time ago he went to reside at WVindfield Mills, M[onut Bellow-bridge, Coun ty Galway, when he made some costly.i tprove imeuts on the land, houses, etc. His landlord, John Fallon, Esq., of Netterville Lodge, acci dentally seeing an account of his expenditure, sent for Mr. Ferguson, and, unasked, handed him a ckeck for £150, compensation for iut provements. It is4lnnounced that a branch of the IIiber nian Baunk.is to be opened at Loughrea, under the managemiinent of Mr. C. A. Loughnau, on or about the first of January next. K IIRItY.-l- Tralee, on the 22d nit., the anni versary of the execution of Allan, Larkin, and O'li-ien, at MIanchester, was commemorated by the wearing of rosettes of:green and black. Luarge numbers wore thoseemlblems of national mourning, and a notable feature in the deluon stration was that ydnng ]ads of .lrom twelve years upwards sported them proudly on their breasts. Somle young ladies braided t]heir hair with green ribbons, and wore them oil their necks, who would not be outdone by the omen in testifying their sympalthy for the patriots who inimolated themselves on the altar of their country. The Cork Eraminer says: A very valuable slate quarry of several hundred acres in extent, has lattily been discovered on the lands of Bal lyoughtra, in the parish of Dunerlin, west of Kerry. At a late Kerry county-at-large sessions, a presentment. was approved for the building of a new Court-house at Cahirceveen, to cost £P00, on the understanding that Trinity College is to give a site and subscription of £300. KILDAREus.-In Dublin there was recently tried for the second time, an action entitled " Hend rick vs. Hendrick," brought to test the legiti saucy of a son of the late Capt. Charles lcend rick, it. N., who had resided in Nass in 152, with a widow named liannon, to whom he was married by the parish priest of Nass, Rev. Fa ther Doyle. The penal litws, however, rendtlrcet that marriage null and void; but in May, 1rl5$, they were married by the Register in Dublin, and the plaintiff's case was that he was born three mnonths thereafter. The defeldant, a brother of Capt. I[endrick, contended that the boy was born before the legal marriage, and, therefore, illegitimate. On this, the second trial, the jury-reversing the formler verdict, which was ir plaintiff-found foir defendant, with a recomnittutdationi that the boy should be provided for. KIYIENNY.-Alderman Win. Kealy has been elected Miupr of Kilkenny for the coming year. LorUTL.-A D)rogheda correspondent, under date November30, says: The people ofthis town are about to perpetuate tile miemory of tile late James Woods, the youlng man who was shot by one of the private soldiers of the 9th tRegiment of Foot,on the 20th inst., and the circ:lmstances under which he met his melancholy death, by having erected over his grave in theCork Cetnm etery a suitable lIonnmuent. A working colm mittee was aplpointed in the early part of the wecyito collect subscriptions, and see the pro ject properly carried out. Mr. lHughes, propri etor of the Drogheda Argus, kindly consellted/ to become treasurer; and a patriotic citizer. Mr. Peter Johnson, North-quay, hls underkmk- u tie dln ties nofsecretary. About . havealre y been hunded in. The vacal:t Peerage has been conferre ly qucen Victoria on Vol. John .Mc(liluto, of S)rilllucar, in the coullty of Lioth. L1ir. MiClin tock will take ai title i'omn his Ionegal/or Ty rone property. lEdlward McDonoghl has be, itna iitously elected Mayor of Drogheda for the cot iigyear. LIEImltcs.--Thomlas Ioyse, .1. P.,/ lhas been electtut Mayor of Limerick for the comning year. MAvO.-The Mayo Eranminer, -'ovemiber -2Q, says: Mr. (ilorge It. Moore, 31. '., will be en tertained at a banquet, to be giyen by his sup porters at BaHina, next T'hutrsm y. Sluoo.-A Sligo correspondent, writing on the day after the County Sligo election, says: The success which was won amnid wintry storm and rain, has been celebrasdA in the sunshine of an almost sumlimer day. S inday and yesterdayv were two as inclement days as ever calne out of the sky. To-day has been like a day in June. On Sunday many hundlr ls canto in here from distant parts of the coln try, traveling in open clrts itnder torrents < rain, in.order to be early at the poll on lolday morning. From Geevah, eighteen miiiul's distant, came a proces sion of nearly two hindtlred electors, headed by their aged |pastor, kitther D)ominic Noon, on anit opein Ctar, havinig gniuerously given np the only covered vehicle to/the Ise of thie sick and inlirml atlonlgst the voters. Out oti the entire parish only two mIen iiproved recreaint to country and creedtl, anld tlhst two were bailiftf of a: Tory landlord. Tihet e-. Owen Feeny anid the Rev. Malachy Irentaun also birought in large contin gienits ifrot their respective parishes. Last niglht every hill hillk,ili, and rising ground in the' cotunty lhad its ioltire. in c.lelbration of tlhel polpular victory, aldl in holnor of ihe election to the Imperial lParliament of a sciont of the royal house to O'Conlnor. TIPIE.RAnY.-VWe (Adrecate) nincerely regret to recordl the ldeimise of F. Lidwill. E'sq., J.. P., oil tile '22d Noveimber, at his rcsidcliee, l)ronlard, necar Teniplemore, in the 75th year of his age. He was descendled from an oll aiid illustrious fa;nily, who were ever disttigluishcld for their love of fatherland. He was attended athislanst lnmomenlts by a Catholic clergyman, having em braced the Cntholic faith. The Tipperary irce Press, of the 2d ult., an nounces that at a meceting of tihe corporation Iheltl that day, Town CoiuciillhrThos. Cantwell was elected t the ettlece of Mayoi' of Clonmel for the elnsitlig year. W.TTr:Elvoui.-Thie ,Waterford News, of No vemlier 7, usays: Witll deep rer,'t we rcord Ihler age, :at her resildence, George streett, in this city. of MIarrgaret, the iilovied and deeply laInientt.d wife' ol" our ri.i'cuted fellow-citizen. Altrlnaul P'. Keilly. J. P., :nol sisttr of tie' Rev. P'. K.nt, tle- lhigliy-'stcmeuiild inastor of St. lPat rici '., ini this city'. Y csteurdaty nuo 'niiug, itliuc tlad ,Inllmn liequtiem A'lass were tltiul'd t in St. P'atrick's Clhureih ior the te.tose of the soul~l ii ,f1 ihe ote'cseiel, the .: ircd cdiitit; tcintg t hrtung ci 'y rich till 0121 i,tor a like, thlel,y" dcsirotills ol otierilig ip tieir Irayers for one" wht, ditring sIiiiteutlv. t" e iulmeral ci.rteg' pirocel.tl to Slierncli Chttrclt-yard, where the remasns were interred. The News also recorethe death of Rev. Nich olas Foran, at his parents' residence, Dunhill, November 18th. On Tuesday, December 1 at a iheetingof the Waterford Corporation, 6ornelina Redmond, Esq., proprietor of the Waterford K'en, was nominated to the office of Mayor of Waterford in an able speech by Capt. Win. Johnson, and seconded by James T. Ryan, Esq., T. C. On the present Mayor, Alderman P. A. Power, de clitaru the new Mayor elected, the latter re turne. thanks in eglotuentterms. -At tho.-same meeting of the Corporation, it was resolved to memorialize the Queen to conm mute the sentence passed on the Irish political prisoners. The Mayor, Mr. Blake, M. P., Mr. Redmond, (Mayor elect), and Mr. Councillor Conmmimt were deputed the conuinittee to draw up the memnorial. WF.STM:EATn.-Thenmemory of" The Manches ter Martyrs" was duly honored on the 23ihtN0 venber, by the patriotic Jpriests and people of Castletown-Geoghegan, in the county West moeth. The parishioners, and many others, came in crottds to the village chapel at ten o'clock, the honrap~pinted for the solemn Mass. The green was most conspicious in the lhat bands and button-holes of the line, strapping, healthy-looking vyo'ng men, and in the neck ties and streamers of tihe well-dresued, tall, and handsome young women, The little ones, too, were not behind in their zeal nult anxiety to honor the occasion.--They assembled ill num bers, at an early hour, and imiarched in lproces sion to join their elder brethren in pious anud fervent prayers for the patriot dead. " God save Ireland." WtIcK.ow.-A very destructive flood came down, on the :3th Novelmber,intheLvrcr Lifli'y, from the Wicklow Mountains, carrying away the greater portionof the main bridge over that river, close to the factory at Iiallymore-castace. The flood came with great vlilence, between two and three o'clock in the hday, and carried away live or six perches oif the road leading to I)unlaviu and other imlportant towns in the Colnty Wicklow, thereby rendering traffic im possible. The bridge was a six-arch one, and the expense on the -cess-payers must be sot c thing heavy, independent of the inconveiite , alid it iq not likely the work of rebuildin can commence until next spring. WFsxFoniD.-The Most Rev. Dr. Fur ong re cently conferred the Holy Order of p esthood on the Roev. Patrick Murphy, son of Nicholas Murphy, Esq., Ialph. His Lordshil-a assist eil by the Very Rev. James Roche, '. P., V. F.; the 'ery Rev. P. C. Sheridan, the President of St. l'etec's College, and the Rev John Roche, 0. S. F. The ceremonies were e ndocted in the chapel attached to the Conve of Mercy. Rich Churches and Poor Fe dle.-From a source which will not be suspect of a design to un dermine Protestant print les, or underrate the advantages of free Bibl , broad-cast tracts-the London corresponden of thetNew York limen we give the followi g beautiful illustration of the vast distance wl ch separates the two class es, rich and poor,i n Protestant churches: In one part of ondon-the district around Clhenlapside and l ombard street, little more than hllf a mile in -ngthl and less in breadth, hav ing anl area u der a quarter of a square mile there are no ess than forty didterent churches huddled to ,ther. The PIall .all Gazette says that in th e churches forty-nine souls are a largeave ge congregation, and $2400 (gold) is the aver ge salary of a clergyman. St. ':aul's, whlch bough in the same neighborhbod, is not inc ieded in the forty churches above inten tioned has fifty clerical oflicials. And all throlu h the region just beyond, there are, bur row d in cellars, or packed in garrets, myriads of oor wretches in filth, squalor, starvation, si "ness tand death, thick as wharf-rats, and a out ais hutmlain, who in all their lives never eat wholesome anld sufficient meal, wear a new lecent garment, or hear one friendly or loving word fronm the outside world, onil any subject, Sfrom the hour they come into being until the, to tlhei iminre Tlessed one, when they are almost shoreled l ot of it! What to them are sound of chlurch-going bells ; or fifty ordained and well paid parsoens to a single church ; orforty others r"huddhled with that one on to lens than, half a mile, each with a salary of two thousand four hun dtred dollars in gold, and acongregation of nine and forty drowsy sinners, all told, in silk and satin-what to them, these human wharf-rats yonuder are all these pious shams and shows f Aye, what I - Pltrofu'sional I'hilanthropists.-The aWashing ton correspondent of the Boston Pilot gives uis the following inkling of the manner inl which Congressional philanthropists dispesae their favors: There are in every community a set of ex ceedingly cnte people, of that class who " put a penny into the urn of poverty, and take a shilling out," and who love to be almoners of imoney and contributions raised for charitable purposes, as it enables them to take care of themselves andi the political or religions crowd to which they may happen to belong. In his charity sermon at St. Aloysius's last Sunday, Father Maguire, referring to the proposition in Congress to appropriate 1;'20;,0t for the relief of the poor of this city, brought to light some facts which go to illustrate the unjust rapacity of those who distributed ai sintilar.appropria tion lnst year. The Catholics, lie said, consti tute fully a third of thie population of this ime tropolis, and as the hIboring class form it large proportion of that elemept,-it was within bounds to say that half of the destitute were of that religious faith. Notwithstanding this, the pions almoners of the Congressional ciharity t allotted to thel, not a half or a third, but about one-fifteenth! Religious and political prejudice. and the "e cursed love of mousy 3114gain, poison and pol lute iverythiig-ei " heaven-lior chatrity itse--, whiich nsuch intoleraut higots defile with their mnercenary touch. 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We deal directly with the manufacturers. and our prices are as low as those of any similar et:ablishment in the South. Customers will alwaysreceive the benefit Cf any decline in the coot of goods. City or country orders will receive prompt and careful attention. All goods warranted as repressented. DIARIES FOR 1869. T. FITZWILLIAM & CO., deG 6m . 76 Camp street. We E. SEEBOLD, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, And NEWS DEALER, 10I Canal Street, between Dryades anal Rampart. A Select Stock of (atlolic Bliles and Prasyer Books. Albuania, and Fancy Cooeds of all kinds always on hand. d26 3m E. . WAGNER, STATIONER, PRINTEIIR, And BLANK BOOK eMANUFACTURER, ;)G...............Camp Street..............56 New Orleans. Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of Steamboat SIoks and Bankrupt Blanks. d27 1m HOLIDAY PRESENTS. Catholic Prayer BOoks, Ilibles, Tales for Children, and CHRISTMAS GIFTS LN ENDLESS VARIETY. Illustrated Books of Romance Science and Art. Portfolios, Albams, Writing Desks, Work Boxes, etc. All at a Great Reduction in price. New Goods received by every steamer. Quick Sales and Small Profits,. JAMES A. GRESHAM, d420 Im 92 Camp street. J. E. KRUTLL. E. a. DICKEY. K Ii LL & D ICK E Y, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, 106.............Canal street..............106 hEW onlRANS LA., Law, Medical, Miscellaneons, School and Juvenile Books. d10 3m F GOGARTY, CATHOLIC B OOKSELLER AND P. STATIONER, 151 Cap street, opposile St. l's. trick's C urh, keeps a generalstok of S OOL BOOKS, BBILES, PRA YEII (BO)KS, Stnlaurd and Mtscellaneous Works. All the latest Catholic I'utlicatlons at punblisth er's prices.. Beatuls Medals, Crcifilxes and Religious Pie. turs. General Agent for all Catholic Newspapers anti Magazines. Iase Balls, Bats, Bases, Score Books and Croquet Game. oa5 ly P HILIP ANTONI, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER. No. 193 Josephine Street, next door to St. Mary's Gernman Church,. Deeps on hand general stock ,ofCatteolie Prayer Books. Bitbles. Lives of Saints. Asestieal, Cnotrovrti:lal,. and listorical win,.ks. Alsoi Misatl+. Ilr,viarles,' Altat care Crcets. Sanetttry Latips, (Oil-sttoeks, Pixes, Cihortoms, anti Chalices: a largmI, atortnoet if Itealas anI Mredals. Cr iutifixs. it.ly.water Founts. Status, and all kinds ot rligious 'it't litre. Als, (the oily Pire Waxi Candles for 1,'rst Coman nllnion, at tile lowest pcices. Ie ictures le ttieel stld toad,, to oedtier. oniversnlly approved iy the principal Sewing Machine Companies as being the IIEST for iete Soewinig Macline, ant for hand sewing has no equaL] Eicery number of thils pool Cotton is six cord to No. 80. elastic, smooth. antd ef-ultiform tretrngtil, '-aiuch. ern der it superio'r to all othters. Sold by the princill3 a \Wl.,leuale and Ilctail Deanlcrs in the city, and,1 at Singar'i Agency, No. /i (;'et, street. lIneeinlc'5 I .1-i. A tiisiiIn Salt-a ('attlen, Bills of l.oillhlt eit. ar·als. (saite.',lilig .il.tllie. lte)Ir pl(at4s, Cei'. Ittlitlda enihosedon itll itt lts- tiilI ItltIopr-.s witthiet i.'iRI.-(. fur die. llankAtcou'tt btlulsJCtton alrwys on hand. ;Iii tim TINNERS-PLUMBERS-IRON WORKERS. pHILIP McCABE, COPPER, TIN, AND SflEET-IRON WORKER, DEALER IN STOVES AND GRATES, 188.............. P STREET.............. l18 New Orleans. Roofing. Gluttering, and all kind of Jobbing done with dinspatch. A large aaaortnent of TIN WARE always on hand. and mnlusto order. - ru3i ly .DIWARD O'ItOUIIKK. HAITISYW MtiAuHaME O'ROUPKE & MEAGIIER, STEAM BOILER MANUFACTUREIRS - BILA C SMITIS, No,. Idli and I.5 Fllonl , and 213 ew Levee streets, btween St. Joseph and Julia streets. Laow Prciasre. Locomotive. Itneed ald Cylinder Beil. ers, Cl:r iles, Filtcrs and Ju nice luxca mad at the abort est otitie. WVil make contracts for Bilers, sond all necessary cms. neeti,,li ýwiitair leii'ou Fi'tijt Grata Tlhrs, tetn and Stand P'ie, Valves, etc. Chimneys andt llreching, all o whlichl will lie lurnialad at the inwent fnii,nrly periee. All work, dout ,a t this ,.etablishtenlt will .i gusaran. TeI clull in t pain[lt of wrkumauhip and material to any in the it..r- la~ewhiir,,. I'l.tut.ts an1 c.irclh..nta are respectlully invited to call antl ex:i,,e our work and pirices ml.ra.l y ). McKENDRICK. HloUSE ANID S111P ]'LUMBEIR, GAS FITTER, ETC. 4i64........... MAGAZI.NE STlI£EI;T............ 464 Between Race and Robin, From twenty years' practical experience in the business, can warrant all work enltrusted to himl. No pains shall be spared to merit tthe conlidence of his patrons, by hay lng all orders promptly executed wills the beat matorial" and latest improvemeunt, on the aost moderate terms. DWELLINGS, . OFFICES, STORES, ste.t - Fitted up with Water and Gas Pipe. HOT, COLD, PLUNGE, And Shower Bathing Apparatus. , TER CLOSETS, WASIUSTANIDS, 11 YIIANTS, SIIHEET LEAD, FAUCETS, ZINC, COPPER, and GALVaNIZED IRON. GAS FIXTURES, CIIANDELIERS, etc., ANt T'rl CHALLENGE COOKING RANGES, mb! t For hot water pipe attachments. JollS MWNTTyEw. M. I. A PPLAYI. McIXTYITE & APPLEGALE, P LUM BE US. -ANt)- Dealers In Cooking Ranoge and Boilers. Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Wash Standls, Kitche.n Sinks, Lift and Force Pumps, Ale Pumnps, Sheet and Lead Pipe, Brass and Plated Cocks of all patterns. 146 ..................)PODRAS STREET........ ....146 NEW ORLEANS, N. R.-Agenta for Colwell's, Shaw & Willard's Patent Tin Lined Pipe. Ivdrante put up, extended, and repaired. Repalring neatly lone. ._fe't l BOOTS AND SHOES--DRY GOODS--HATS. rO TILE LADIES. TO TIIE LADIES. CAHILL'S FRENCH! IMPERIAL BRONZE, A rich and beautiful Dressing for restoring Bronse Boots or Slippers, to their original brilliancy when tar. nished or soiled. Will bronze equally well over any color or surface. For sale at all the principal shoe stores in the city. -Principal Depot GLYO N NN & W .YN T Z, Manufacturers and Dealers in onots and Shoes, Trnlas, Valises and iBags. 9............. .CAMP STIIEET....... .. ....5 NEW ORLEANS. . 8s3m LOUIsIANA HAT MIANUkACTOREY. JOHN FRIEL. PRACTICAL HATTER. (Successor to A. Magniur,) 100............St't: CIIARLES STREET............10 .Under Murphy's Hotel, New Orleans. Personal attention pnid to all orders. Keeps constant. ly on hand a choice a tustmutent of fiats, se6 Ly .H.NORTON, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER LI BOOTS AND SHOES, 177.......... T. ANDREW STREIET..........177 03.5 tm New Orleans. ADIES', MISSES', Axo CIIILDI:ENS' BUTTON BOOTS, GAITERS, ETC. During the last six weeks we have received, and are still receiving per the different New York steamers, large variety of L.ADIIS', MISSE', .tuND CtII.I)ItENS' WORK, that is not only Fashlonatle bitt Durable. For Balls, Weddings, Soirees, etc.. we have tie Choicest Kind of Kid and Satin Button Boots, Lace Gaiters and Slippers, ditffirent colors, French and American, all now, and not to be found in any other store in town Our ('hildrens' stock is so varied and extensive, that I0 still remains unequaled. Our IMosettes are In all olors and sizes, up to the Grecian Ilnd. ' BLAKELY & /HOGAN, 1I.1 In, . . . C anal street. CIIIRISTMAS GIFTS. REAL LACES AND FANCY GOODS Twenty-five per cent. Below Cost. At Mlme SEEc .WS', lie an Corner ('anal and Ilrigunidy streets. NO I. ............................... ..... oTICR TO PULIRCIIA 'EIRS OF DRY GOODS. Having seonm very Expensive (Goodi, which would inevitably be slaughtered at auction. I have decided to offer nmy Entire Stock at such prices at P'rivate Sale, 5s wltl certainly Induce pturchasers to tfdse advantage of the opportunity. Expensive CASIIIMEIE ShAWLS st One-half thei" value. SILKS the Wpme. Ialance of Stock at a IIEAvYT DISCO'NT from first coat. N. B.-All Goods remaninlng on hand bythe first ot .Jianuary w.ill be offereed at Auction. M. I. H]At;tERITY, .I1:1 Im . I:1 Canal street. LEET, WILLIAM.ON & BOWLING, (F¢,rmrliey h'vet, Sinmis & Co.) IMIOtIIi:hitL ANDi WIOLt\.I$ tl.i tI.E*Ic 1.1 DIR TY G O OD S. Not. '"11 alil i2 llagaztau otrect ,.it tv New Orleans. STAINED G (tSS. HIENp.T E. SIiARP, Non. 147 and 141 EAST TWENTY-SECOND STREET, Between Third and Lexington Avenues, ap6 ly INew York.