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"-ORaIIO STAB AND CATHOLIC MESSENGER.
wi 1W ORLjBANS. SyUNDAY, JANUARY 3, 1869. REVIEW OF THE WEEK. re We noticed last week the arrival of the Little me Sisters of the Poor. We have now to an- Ni nounce that thay have fully entered on their in labor of love-providing for the necessities of th the poor. We are glad to learn that they are st, welcomed everywhere by our generous people- wt butchers, vegetable dealers and market traders. Pr Their reception has been even more cordial pit here than that which theyhalre met elsewhere. wi If the rich, and the hotels and restaurants, give joi what remains fronrtheiirepiats-coffee grounds Ba and other things that are ordinarily thrown Ti away-these sisters know how to utilize them ble for the benefit of the poor. For themselves, tan their rule is not to'eat until their dependents Be are served. We would inform those who ta may wish -to be more generous in their do- th nations, that therei are in this asylum twenty-five old men and as many old women, and demands for admission-are daily increas ing. The house that they occupy, on Laarpe street, was known under the name of the Widows' Asylum, and belonged to the Ladies of Providence, who have surrendered it to the Little Sisters. Apart from the building itself, there is very little to make its occupants com fortable, except what formerly belonged to the inmates, whidhwas.,ecaunt indeed. The most acceptable gifts at the present moment would be clothing suitable for either sex. As for the Little Sisters, if they forget themselves, there is the more reason for us not to forget them. All the preparation made for them has been an ample provision of straw for their beds-whiclf is the only luxury- they permit themselves; anything better is reserved exclusively for the U poor. Many persons, no doubt, would like to visit the house of the Little Sisters, but we hope visitors will leave some substantial trace of their visit. 3 EoulITlr oF JANUARY.--On Friday ne. . the Eighth of January, at half-past igh bo'clock, t will be celebrated in the chapel of t Ursuline Convent, belo -thl l cty ay votiv mass of the 1 Blessed Virgin, which, by vi e of an indult of the Sovereign Pontitf, is ebrated annually i on this day, ini gratitu~ for the victory ob itined on the ?th of J nary, conformably to a I vow made in tile apel of the old Ursuline Convent pendin ie battle.- _ The Eighth January is a day memorable --in the histto of Louisiana. In te black and whit population of Louisiana were united in thei efforts, and fought side by side to repel 1 a co mon enemy. Let us hope that no dis t t day they will be equally united in repel iug the iusidious approaches-of a faction, alike alien to our sei' and prinaiile. A trial of some importance octupi t at tention of the United States District Court the greater part of last week-that of-W. G. Manuk, charged with embezzlement from letters sent to thelqew Orleans Postoffice during the'ad ministration of Mr. Toliaferro, while attached to the office. The cause was submitted to the ury on Wednesday evening, but, after long usultation, failed to agree. It is understood hree were for conviction and the remainder or acquital. The long contemplated New Orleans, Mobile nd Chattanooga Railroad has at last shown mae signs of life. Mayor C('onway traiansitted nlessage to the Assistiut Board of Aldermen, n Thur.,lay night, cover'ing a conjununietion ron oliieers of tile eonlplany. stating the loca ,on of their proposed track adil depot in this ity. Considhrablle commotl ion was creat-ed ll.ast eek by the seizure of the steamshilp lBce:uftiort y the l'United States Marshal, suspe.tedl of aving arlls land supplies fi t hn" Ile Cilbtill revolu ionists. After thorough search, nothing was ound .justiflying t c e·c:lusat iln. Board of Aldermcu.-The'll resolution fromn the ower Boaird. providing for taxes on tihe several orporations, was eonui.lrrei.d ill, as f,lloiws: For lie IInuIal illnterest on thle hotnds issu.ed by the -ity in favor of the Jaeksn li :ihl'ad ('olinpiny, he New Oritlans, Ojpelon'us. nl (reat Westernii Lot run[ ulpanty, anti 'ouchltrldltl*tkilroad (olompa , t25 cents on every $lull ; for the lit lwr cent. honds issued by the city of New Orleans for the payiment of the luating, debt, 25 cents on every $101); fir thi ordinaiy expletlsenso.the city government forl th, year lNit), 45 cents on every $1011. Another resolution troln the lower Board was concurred in, tixing I he tax on personall property at the samle as above, ex 1ept the tax for the ordini ry exetllses of the city gove.rtmlenlt, whi,'h its Iix.diat t.1,5 on every $104. The resoluttion ofthelower lioti'd, ixiiig thie consolidatdtc loasn t:ax alt. ! ctist5 olm every $100, was concurred in; as was likewise unl other resolition, providinig ihr tlhe Imtrting, onlce a week, of all city nlotc i csi trme rlalsu'y. - coilliunicaltion was received frolm thie l.ia: •state Owners' Asso~i:atiimn, anlld referredl, ch ecting to the priposed ordinallce to dilLateC the ity stock in the lJackson Iailroadl Colmuaniy to, :lid Comlhhy, i. con eid.iration of uextending aid road to tile Levee. At a meet ilng of the Board of Aldlerimen hIll u Wedniesday ev'ening. :lith ilt., al resolutioim as adopted givinlg to tihe farmers or tisstes iof le public markets the option. until the l31st eccmber, uING, oft citler r:jecting thle adjudi tion, or of paying into ti, city trea.sury the uole anmoulnt of their ussunlecl ilndebtedellss. her resolutions were adopted directing the Spatroller to readjudlicate tfor the ijlance of year 1869, all markets, tlhe adjudicatioa of tsPhall have been rejected by- the farmers. his new arrangement all payments are to In United States currency. Board of Assistant Aldermen.-The Treasurer's weekly report showed as follows: Receipts, ed $13,327 ft4'iexpenditures, $21,179 83; balance at on hand, $421,548 58. The Mayor vetoed the resolution authorizing the payment of $40 per Bi month for rent of an office for the-Custodian of tl Notarial Records. An ordinance was concurred in providing for the extension of the track of m the Claiborne Street Railroad aloig Canal m street, from Basin to Front. A communication was read by the Secretary from JohnG. Gaines, fo President of the Citizens' Bank, proposing a of plan for the redemption of city money, which was laid over for further consideration. In gt joint session of both Boards, the Southern st Bank was elected fiscal agent for the year 1869. The City Surveyor reported in favor of square ft block pavement above all other methods. The sE tax and license ordinance, as adopted by this Board, and amended by the upper Board, was h taken up, some few amendments made, and it then filially concurred in. EDITORIAL AND OTBER 1TEM. t The Logiliature is to meet next Monday. A man in Syracuse teaches bulls-to dance. Trichnia has made its appearance again. / Minnesota has a school fund of over tw il lion dollars. r Seventy-five cases of contested e ction are to come before the nbxt House o 'ommons. From successive failuresin4m fisheries, New foundland is in a sad pligh There are six hundred cerks in Stewart's newt dry goods store. / - Three children di in Boston last week from convulsions, bro ght on by eating raisins. Minnesota . ye a bounty of ten dollars each for wolf sa ps. Spenn vania has reduced her debt two mil lions t year, everdy Johnson has written to the working en, defending his intercourse with Mr. Laird. " Rev. J. P. Newman denies having challenged Mr. Dennett, of the I'lanters' R.anner. Twenty-eight million dollars will be required to pay interest on the 1st of January. Gen. Hancock publishes a letter, denying having broken faith with the Indians. The Porte refuses to participate in the con ferences on the Cretan question. The Turkish arsenals are in,full blast, pre paring for the coming war. Marshal Pavio, recently Governor General of Madrid, is-dead. Ten thousand troops are to be sent to Cuba Sduring this month. 1 The sister-in-law of Charles Dickens com 1 mitted suicide in Chicago last week. Investments in the South are said to average - $1,000,000 per week. C The Senate has determined to confirm no more of the President's nominations. e di- n oa i in discovered, identifying President Lincoln with secession. Mrs. Scott Siddons receives $1500 a week for t her readings. In the last year $400,000 were run for at the different race meetings in the United Kingdom. The Rothschild Hotel, Paris, is said to be the house where Napoleon III. was born. d Marshal McMahon demands $40i(,000 in gold r to feed the. Algerines during the comining year. More telegraphic messages are sent in Aus tralia than in any part of the globe. e . Frankfrt, Ky., is trying an experimennt, hy to suspending the Sutnday law for six Inonthts. (d A Kentucky sheritf, who attlched fallse teeth i for taxes. got bit, as they belonlged to another n than the dehtor. A lady in Rochester, New- York, has madnle :k-oU vests in ou41 year, besides doing lfau.ily work. t Alexander II. Stephens entered on his idut its rt as pr'isr f'of history in the (;:orgia l 'niver f city on tithe 1st inst. - Another I di.a hattle has lwen figulht in 1 \'aslit:a .lonutains. Santa Aunna 'was alp ,e IT reasutr1 Sipi inr habs iwritten aioltlher letter i 4il tinimie. It is now hoped hIe has s;,ta his r Ilst thread. e, The young Cluban, ('apler, was ulllrit-il on tthe :llst ult., amid the atteldaluce at th. burinal was i tilt- largist ever SeEl illn ilavatna. (ieClt. (Irnutt, to av\oid the usuntl Washing ton etiquette of calling on th," l'rsident ,n New Year's day, has l-ft that city bfr t lie North. t A Paris paper says that F'rance is ready to 11, comply with Turkey's tiltiumatunl, if supported y by t he great poweris. The English P'arliauient t,(t oni the :tUth nilt., ilx and after the' new iniistiers were swornt in, ald . jourrned till February. l)emnlu'k is in dudgeon a:t the shabby way in whic'h ou11r go\enmltllllllts t1r1at thtli salh to it of the 1l1(1nd1 of St. Tholias. Sel-ltor Mlorlon puIllinhesl a letter, iIInnhat t ig (;reeley's strii.etures on hiis plan l"i tilh ii reslnlip tion of s1pecit" lp ymy t sL':lt . Thle st-:tner .J will. withl four lhundlred hales 'otitont, W5nm nllilgg-d iii tiihie Al.uioiii4. itn Te The (uban insurrectiontist5 are charged with to iaving iiixed stric.hnint in cooked foo4d, to pi'ison their oplponellnS. TThe ritlitxeiltg ltoor ill andt aloit S:antti:tgo, Id Cuibiis. tiro lceing to amaic , ita iiprehintsiotn (n of a fthiine. of The 4rccks and Turks are reportedl to have pit ]had an et ci'ounttr, in which thie Iltter were i-i worsted. lie FrI'ot recentt out-givings it is probIlhlo tile s, public debt is to be made perlpetuanl-somc heo thing in the fashion of oly Lity money. of (Garibaldi declines accptlting a commission of tendered hini by tile Greek government. lie rs. prefers tile safer work of directing tile blowing to up of Rolnan barracks, and maiming innocent non-combatants. Messrs. O'Sullivan and Fabens.have contraot ed with Government for runaning a line of - steamers between this eity and Havana. * ]. L The drives of the ex4neen of Spain in the Boeis de Boulogne are attended by crowds of the elite of Pari.-.. The increase of the public debt during the month of December is between three and four millions. MI Rossini's "Stabat Mater" was recently per formedut Shanghae, which has a musical socie y of 450 members. / Details-ofthe-late battle fought by eridan go to show that frenaly Indians alo were the sufferers. The Viceroy ofEgypt has o anized a police force, after the European odel. He should send for a copy of our opolitan police bill. The. London more nts are organizing to have a greater sh e of mercantile influence infused into P ament.. - . Jernsale vas recently illuminated on the occasion the Sultan exempting that city from taxati . sleeping car was precipitated down an hteen feet embankment, on the 29th ult., on the Niagara1 Fallstrain, killing and wounding several persons. Bennett recommends Greeley to pay the cur rent expenditures of the Tribune in gold, and thus set an example of resumption of specie payments. Bad as the Mormons are, they won't stand the nude dresses which are tolerated in communi ties of more pretentiens morals-as was shown by compelling Mme. Parepa to dress decently. The famous French tenor, _Roger, has been ruined by speculation. He is not the first who met their ruin by leaving the even tenor of el their way. Two editions of Monseigneur Dupanloup's last work, "The Council," were exhausted in a very short time. It- has been translated into every European language. I The recent Stockholm riots arose because special seats were set apart for particular per sons at the inauguration of the statue of Charles XII. g Two Cincinnati- milkmen were fined .50 lately for adulterating their milk. If such a law were enforced here, enough money could be collected to redeem our city money. A well-known Shakspearian scholar says that "the dramatic art is the highest of all arts," but acknowledges that it is very low at present. PRIZES WORTH CONTENDING FOR. ,e Sewing Machines, Clocks, Books, etc., May be-Had Ilhl a Little Exertiotn. to Wishing to have the MoxNING STAR AND) CATHOLIC MESSENGER read by every one . Catholic and non-Catholic, we will begin, from the first day of Jaunuary, 1869, to give or premiums to those persons who hand as lists of subscribers. For every five new subscribers be handed to us, with the money in advance for a. one year, we will give a copy of the paper te gratis; or we will give four dollars' worth of Books, selected from the latest and beet that Id are published for, general'reading ; or parties tr. can select for themselves, and so on in pro. is- portion for a larger number. For fifty nub scribers we will ger a clock worth forty dol by lars, or any other article of a similar value that tamy be selected. For one hundred sub tli scribrs, we will give the best sewing machine er or lany other article that maty be selected, to the value of eighty dollars. Our paper is now a do Ijewer to, wat:lt over Catholic intcerests, and by ly aiding us in ,ext'inding its iircunla:tiou on will be assi.tinge Ii to make it a terror to bigots at is the head of lF'r, dlien's llilnrenlt, and their Ir- co:Idjuaors throgll hotit tlhe land, who, in their blind hatred tof the (hatholic C'lhurch, would in punish those wiheo protieis and lpractice their re i)- ligion by reifusilg to give thea epuloyitnentt. W\'e wuisth tlhe ladies, who i e-alway.s so efti cir cient in anly go i work, too ake this miatter in it hand,. aucl rrid ius inl the largest lists and thlus ltail :thi e I tien valahtlk" prizes. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I LOUIS GRUŽ EW~ALD'S - MUSIC STORE AND PIANO FORTE WAREROOMS, to o No. 129 CANAL srnI:ET, ,Nsw OILEuAS. aolo Agent ifr tho Celebrated STEIN AY & SO.1 N'S PI& 08;O d MASON & II.A1LIN'S ORGANS. Both or which honumes lave received first prizes at the late IParisExhibition. to Thoe hnstrnmaett ars' ,nsidered the beet eveLmn ufaitrite, i, ntt the P ,i,' is ie$rIWsctull y invited to ex. Atl-etcl lmnd, :t Irtf- im.sk ef lhyetl pnd other lIc tLmes. - wmhilJ ly ls --O R- i ST. JOSIl'I', NIEW CIIURCH, ith - To liE HEL) LN - ST. .JSPI:lHt'S IIALL, Corner of Ikcrhiyuy and Common streets, On Monday, 21st of December, 1888, v ANS) FOLLOWItNG DAYS. e Tiekets of admission, t cents. 20 nt- HI. CkKEEPEttS, I(OiK IIERE I VOe cacn iuny at I tI Camep street- ion 'icest Mied TEA. Green and tlack, at $1 50 per lb. inood .... at $1 10 He Splendid Impensl TEAst I 50perlbt. ing nest Outong .. at I o cog God ... aISI ent Met Olld Government Java COFFEE at 40c. per lb. Shico Rio COFFEE at c. pe . PLATTI&CO. Js3 Im . W. PLhTT O"CO. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ADI S' FAIR D: SS. PETER AND PAUL'S SCHOOL, She yor To na nm ul" s on THE SCHOOL-HOUSE, Marligy street, between Casacalvo and Greatmen streets, Third District. ant Commencing on the 86th January, 1840. pot Tickets of Admmison. 25 cent.. d27I t I SIX EXCELLENT SHIRTS FOR NINE DOLLARS, And Every Description of MEN'S "FURNISHING GOODS, Equally Cheap at s S. N. MOODY'S, A Corner of Canal and Royal streets. str To His II, sa D J" i It, SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER IN EVERY STYLE. I Winter Hosiery, Jonvin's Gloves. Cravats, Handker- J f chiefs, Umbrellas, and Toilet Articles in endless varlety at low prices, at MOODY'S Granite Store, corner Caunal 01 and Royal streets. jailm in , SOUTHERN MANUFACTORY. JOHN NORWOOD, Manufacturer of and Dealer in to BOOTS AND SHOES, 180-.... ....Canal Street ............ 1s0 Near Dryades, New Orleans. O LI.adles', Gentlinemeu, and Children's 3IEASPIRESI prompltiy nttendedl to.. jas Im Id red SOULE'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. - 80 aiffit 2- aiiip-street, corner Natchez. This isachariered institution, with authority to con, NI) for Degrees, grant Dipilomas. etc. itls a full couarse Hu sines. College, in all its departments perfect. Ianks and Stores are connected. and all the branches of a busi in, neas educationpractically, scientilically and philosophil cally taught. iv By this course and symtem of work the Student ac tiuires, in a ew weeks or months, the experience of a life time. Every known facility made use of to meet era the demands of the btiness eoms unity, advance the In toress of patrons, and render this flourishing and popu lafo r Institutio superior in all itsdeartmenta. per Scholarships Issed by Soule's College are good in forty co-operative Colleges. This is an advantage that is not of enjoyed. andwhich danaot be extended by any other College in the State. - bat Ta Commercial and Exebhage Calculation Depart ie ment remaoin in charge of rinpalwho philolsophie, and rapid systemof work haa been for manuy ro_ years received with unprecedented favor by a discern ins community. ab:- tu a rbytlarl lno!(v by th Principal and alle .ol- Instrunctos on Account..Coen rcl Lair. Modern Con memo, Coamercial Ethics.i'Poitical Economyv.rntl tihe vi. le rious subjects of Commercial Science, to which business I-men are invited. b- Ail persons interested in the cause of elncattin are ins cordially invited to visit the Inatitutionu. examine the truly practical course and system of business training. the and ee how essentially dlitreeti.t it is from the system of other Institutiinus. v a For circulars, containing full int3rmation, call at the iv ofil',t', or address j;l; Im, C GEOII E:SOTI.l. N'ew Orleans. will F. M CeL AIX . H. 1D., lt At t DOCTOR O1F DIEN''TAL SI:IGERIY, eir (()Old) No. 1:) Baromne Street, Id (Next to the I'hturth, uip stairst.) Resahhideince 175 ('allipl' striet. 1t?3 3m re 1l. 1)(1 " : I1, i- S L A TE R, ii 06............Dryndlcs Street.' .........-..3t hite LEA.Y I(ltO.ei repaired and \Warrattei. Orders fraom the coutntrV primptly atte('tledl to. jal ttin ]NDt)IORSED ILY 1ITHE MEDtICAL FACUUITY OF 1 New Orleans. A certain cmre for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. Influ enza. Btronchial and Pulmonary Affections. The formula of this Preparation is well known to timhe Medical Fac ulty as the FOU'l SYRII'S, and hais Ieen used in the Charity HIospital of this city for over thirty years, con the stituting tbl House Cough Remedy. It islnow put up by the p;trprietor in the lpresent a~lid form, which tenders mn.. it more c~.un-eiient. eftiir:tiou' and agreeable. Thin pre oex Iaration will Iie foundm very Ienefltial to childlren,. a: low- lath itt appearance ailm trte atea inviting. tie I'rce 0Sctrmltin itor box. l I'repared ionly by JAMES TUIRNEI:. Chemist, 623 Magazinet street, between .Iosephine andi .Iaekem,n. And for aule by 1AIIN & pR' )EPICKSt)N. 15 Rloyal street. BAL.L. LYONS & CO., Corner of t'amp and Gairier streets. And Iy l)rnggi.ts gene'rally: . Ja3 Ito A. W. SKARhitN. ,"Ii. W,EL'LPER. -A. W. SKA.l, I)ON & C O., G R 0 C E R S, Corner of Ja:ckstonl ml lind tlnseal streets, Fourth Diitrict, New Orleans. Gooals deliveredrl free of iiharge. Ja_ __ l 3m CHECKED SILKS AT SI i PERl YARD. 120 French IPAR.ASOLS, (slightly dapmaged,) at $3 50 each. DRESS GOODS at Greatly Reduced prices. rIb. JT. A. BRASELMAN & CO. b.586 anud 588.... Magazine street.... 586 and 588 o. Ja.3 it comn St. Andrew. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DR. C. McLANE'S VERMIFUGE Should be kept in- every nasery. If you would have your children grow up to be Healthy, Strong and Vigor onus Men and Women, give them a few doses of 3ISLEAN'S VERMIFUGE, TO EXPEL THe WOeMs and give tone to the system. It is a Vegetable Corn pound, and perfectly harmless. You need not be afraid to give t to an infant. Bl SUItE YOU GET DR. C. MCLEAN'S VERMIFTUGE, Prepared by FLEMING BROTHERS. It can be had at any Drug or Country Store in the United-states. n2D ly OUtSEIIOLD FITILMTURE, PIANOS AND OFFICE 1F unilture at Auction. By J. IiF.IAN, Jr Auctioneer-Ofilee No. 1l3 Gravier treet. Will b. sold on MONIDAY, January 4, at ii o'clock, A. .L, at his New Auction Hoeom. No. l13 Gravier street, corner Carondelet Mahogany and Walnut Bedsteads, Armoirs. Marble Top luineTus, Washstands, Sofaar, S4prilm Seat Chairs, lMarlle Topl, Centre Table., Marble Top Et ageree, Side boardsie, Extension Tables. Cane and Hi sst Seat Chairs, llnt Racks. Double anud Single Safee, Mattrasses, Car eto, 'lPainthi . etc. ipright antil Sqluare Pianosand OfHfie Furniture. - Al-One largo invoice of Walnut and Poplar Extra Misses' Cottgy Ileds, Walnut and Painted Cottage Bed room oetis Teris--Cash in United States 'rensery notes. n9l nm NEW ORLEANS, JANUAIY 3, 1869.-HIBERNIAN Benevolent Assedation.-The regular Monthly Meeting of the .above Association will be held at their new Hall. on Gravier street, between Magazine and Camp streets, (over the office of the " Morning Star,") on MON DAY EVENING, 4th last., at 71 o'clock. Members are requested to be punctual. By order. Ja3 MICHAEL O'CONNOR, See'y. HALL HIBERNIAN- MUTUAL BENEVO LENT ASSOCIATION.-The Regular Monthly Meet ing of this Assooiation will take place on THURSDAY January 7, 1869, at 71 o clock y. x., at the Schoolhouse 1 on Marigny street, between Casacalvo and Greatmen streets. ROBERT BARTLEY, d27 - ecretary. SOUTHERN BANK, FISCAL AGENT OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS--New Orleans, 30th " l)ecember, I68.-HIolders of the interest coupons of the New Orleans 6 per cent. Consolidated Bondsa. namely-of all coupons past dIue, and of those maturing on the let of 0 January, 18069. are hereby authorized to present the samne for realization at the Chemical National Bank in the city of New York. jai tit TIlOS. LAYTON. Prehident. MOUNI) CITY LIFE INSUIRAN('E ('OM PANY.-We have been requested to announce A. L. HAY as Agent of this _Compan y lor the I'arish of Caddo. .*13 CLtS. f L. IIILLE.. FI-EDt. A. THO.MAS. UILL.E & 1'UOMAS, AUCTIONEERS AND cENEIRAIL COMMIS$SIQN MIERICHIANTS For the purchase and sale of Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds, Script,. etc. iu- All outside sales of troeerles. Furniture and Mer oa chandiso generally promptly attended to, and speedy si- returns made. h- Regular store sales of Furniture and House Furnish ing Goods daily, at ilt o'clock. a- Liberal cash advances nale on all goods sent itbe f a sold at alerom. - set Ofllc and salesrau, }7, I'eiytlts'aa at et. jau 3al ' p-. - H. WILEY, rty - PHOTOGRAPHER, noet her -............Magazine Street..-...........585 Corner 'St. Andrew, New Orleans. ny Porcelain Miniatures a Speciality. . R27 3m S ) RIN' TERI ' WARE ItEIItUSE. S13:17..i...... l...I'.P' rtsn Street.............137 -" NEiw OIU.EANts. Decemliber lot, 1ti}. ea The ToRldersCigned woulIIL respetctlllv lIii ir1lu his old are Rlidsii. ani 'l- pllbitc In giinealc , tliat hi- hos removed the eis cetablishenuit to I:t7 l',.yih-ae strieet, ibetwen Camp anlid St. Charle streets, where I.h is prelparei to till orders if in li liue-ith Iiroiitii,. to ld at the l oweOL marrket ratls,. lis stink coiinsins if the I'I.ESSES froml thie clbrnated nlnnnfactoriesl of LR. ism, & Ci., llekener& iWeiler. atd Geoi. I'. 4Gordon, New York. lThei iniillseigsied being the rt'eildent agent of thi,.e e llaliiii tlal ieta, lie is ire.lia.-,l oi ,ill asi-i, .l ordeca firllr uuy of thil" pi'esrn-, ariil ihliiv.r t hitill ill NeIw iii h)i1tis it nlallftheture" r rip'ens, with the idrliliil of live , per renlt. to cover ils1te1,ary chlarges "of itrayage, insurance, atil Ir,.l-ht to Ne'w Orniil, ,. 'rYl'Lit1 ofiall kiundi ad scizies. foTml the " U'nit',,l S't:tes Type -Iun'dri "f oe f .lintil' c (oin urss i, .i-n-i'w 'ork, ,aliltable ir tlie Newellllpler. It-ok nd .Jclob I'runting nm i();:-ie. li-ing' the sile ag-t In .New OIl llanll of this Fourillly, the unLdcreigied nt ppllli d tio till speciai l or hder- irii the louiiiiui"iy at liiinaliiieil'reirn lr ric., with . the rutomlti cilurges fir itravu -,ei. ilsiurall'e and fnihglht ahled 11. 'lllfi'vpe talll in exlv llasn for new at thei rate '11) of I}ll-eti ltet" inlcuidL INl-t-hk dinl ('olorei., fur Ilte Newerslmer. Iook l JrI,:ll'V h ('ll.. liliil |11. 1t. r. 'l'll & ('n., of -.-w" York. I' l)l.l:l.. .'.lilling: N,,ote Lettler. 'ip. Flat ('np. OF Foli i'ost, hloiiise iat i ,ip i',,ove, l'Pap-r, I'ne-cr iPaper, ('A 1: 1 )ll. o ('.1 I::- lm.' II lis. of all hiuds ii g-"iiral oul s 1 '- --. l... . red. I -S. n t...l iii .....-.Id. . IIac NT':I: FIT t n Iana iid uill nifue.vrv d, crip - tioin fr'EYE'i:i I'ItAN , t of iron, 'ol a nh0w I.lla, nd other I 3 SI(l, I ll'N ENTlS ,iil Skinilrs ENiY1" 1AL i'-i " ,,11. ,-II .i n. 1 7.......- ........( yaln;l S.t--1it......7......... Allbrnchl-otcFln I,,'lltal and 'rioun lttedel to. NiitEos Ii'Aile , of iron, i tl new ln, and oth -by (A I:N TIS. T, ER. 1'..........l-.. irn : i:lle Struit....'...1.- -- 1 Eh--ry nimprvime''nt in Itnistry. I'.ris , luil ~l'erte. mInI en. JTOMAS HAlRE, 0 BOOTS AN) suitES Made to orller at the SIirtllt Notice. lrc l Ietween 'arou.lrl, t aind St. i.ar.i-e. FASIIIONAIILE IIAT AND CAP STORE, 172-............loylrn Strect...-......--..172 Between St. Charles and 'aroindelIet, New Orleans. ir Consiantly on hanca lrle assortment ofFINE IAITS of.t.. hatedt sile. Ala',. Silk and Ca"sisere Mate. T. Chihirnn cy CM'S. _.. 3 ly