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MORlING STAR AND CATHOLIC MSI she
NJ W Sol aNS. SUNDAY; JANThARY 3. 1869. mel ' rotestatiam Destruactive of Christianity. inc the This is a startling announcement to many, she and no doubt will be placed to the account of a e heated controversialist, who, anxious obr vic-her tory, preoipitately asserts what reason and de- ing monhtration fail to verify. Bgt. the statemepnt i comes from a Protestant ainister-Dr. Ewers who, from long experience, serious considera- st, tion, and mature.studY, thus deliberately comes dal to the conclusion contained in the sentence forming-the heading of this article: The cry of the Protslttntis, "I want no vis: ible Church; I want nothing of the kind to come in between me and God; I want no raili at chancels; I want no communion-table shut e up in all apartment by itself; bring it down into the congregation; your whole visible scheme of intermediation is in the way; it is impertinent; I can and will go direct to God I myself without your cumbersome churchly ma chinery ; I want no set lessons from Scripture selected for my contemplation on set days; I t can select for myself; I want no days set apart so by the Church, in which I must meditate on 'I certain truths; I can think of any of those wo uths at any time!" And so, Protestantism, 7 b e on by its spirit of liberty, so-called, Me clea wa the whole. You can-go direct to God, in , Mr. Protestant ? Our scheme of visible in . ediation is in the wayand imper tineut Ah, thren, do you not see that this I strikes at the $iple of any mediation what- -i ever T By such ess ons Protestantim the vital principle itse Rationalism, and it are is not at all strange that, the hands of such giants as BeOAlter Channingnd Parker, the Protestant mind should slowly into avow ed Rationalism. Here is the explan ion of the fact, that thousands of young and mi -aged t men-sons and grandsons of the old-fush ed Protestants, are either secret doubters all avowed skeptics; and that our very churches are crowded with semi-deists, who chafe under lit any preaching sa-tbe-preaching of glittering generalities about morn and natural goodness. The factis, in abandoning God's visible Church Catholic, Protestants have abandonedthe vital outwork of the doctrine of mediation-the sole wi defence of that doctrine; and with the outwork se gone, the city itself falls. It is fatal to touch that in the Church Visible which is harmoni- en ons with, and which expresses and conserves it, the great truth of the mediation. Try, now, the effect of the destruction of the outwork-or bulwark of the priesthood of Christ, the second a great spiritual fact of Christianity. Strike down the apostolic ministry of the Visible Church Catholic, and you equally expose the spiritual fe facts of the priesthood of Christ. And thus hi laid bare and unprotected, it also falls before the attacks of Rationalism, Let us look at hi this a little. ti The Protestant cry is: "There is no such le thing as a visible priesthood on earth;" the ministry need not originate from the Apostles s alone, and come down in the regular succession which the Catholics claim. It originates as well from the people, in whom primarily its powers are lodged : in other words, as a recent writer says, " the people, and not the Apostles n are the ultimate source of ecclesiastical and d, ministerial power ;" the Christian ministry, ac- le cording to the Protestant cry, " are not a dis tinat order of men, ed hence there is no such N thing as a Chri stslle l*S ea*w distinction a fromthe peol at lage "Everyman bsmewa ariest to God,,". she popular cry. Every man is own prilest to God, indeed, Mr. Protestant 1 Nothing between God and man f ' Ah;beloved, n do you not perceive that Protestantism, though i it may not yield all at once the naked fact of the spiritual priesthood of Christ, hasafter all, by this fatal step, yielded theprinciple of any priesthood whatever Do you not see that with the vitalprnciple gone, with the practi. caldenial of the principlerooted intheir minds, the mere intellectual notion of Christ's priest- a hood which they still retain for a while, has c been undermined,, and will sooner or later fall, I if not in the first generation, then in the sec ond, third or fourth? It must logically fail, I and, alas, it does fall practically. It will not e do to tamper with that fundamental fdature of t God's Church, namely, the Apostolic Ministry. t It will not do to raise to a level with it a min istry whose ultimate source of authority is lay men or unauthorized Presbyters, instead oatthe holy Apostles. For asthe fountain cannot rise higher than its spring, the rearing of such a man-made ministry is the breaking down of all ministry to a level with laymen; and this is simply, and solely, and logically a blow at the cherished priesthood of Christ itself. A simi lar course of remark might be madeon the gov ernment of the Church, which is the visible ex pression on earth of the spiritual truth of the royalty of Christ, and wlhich is the sc-hool in which God in His wisdcom ha: set us, that we may learn, and not lohse-he knowledgce of that prime fact. And a sinimlar course of remark might be made on the Blessed Eucharist, as the conserver of the fact of the S:,crifice of Christ. But enough has been said to shliddt hbw Protestantism is logically destructive of Christ ianity. Think of the millions it has drawn awa- from Christ ! Think how-it has sapped the foundations of Christianity ! My friends, these are words not calculated to be popular. But they are words that need to be spoken. When some poor bewildered mind goes over to Rome some churchmen roll up eyes of holy hor ror. int they forget the vastly ,more serious events that are taking place in the opposite di rection. We are not so much in dangerof superstition as we are of skepticism. I would have you mark this, my beloved-I would have you re peat it to yourfriends, viz : That those excep tional cases that have gone over to Rome, are as a single star to all the myriads of stars, in comparison with the thousands who hasrcflallcn innocently and unconsciously into the fatal drift of Protestantism, and been sucked down at last into the rushing whirl of Unitarianism, and the dreadful vortex of Infidelity. As I make this assertion, you will not understand me as saying that it is the first generatiou which passes out of the Church into Protestant ism, tha:t runs this entire career into Rational inm. It in only here anti there that you tind a person with brain enlough to lp'ss the entire dtistance from the top to the hiottomt of the en tire slope. I could point you to olUe whonl we all klfow lty retputatit"t. \-lto startedt as a: high lPreslvterian, alcld hlis now reachedt the pioilmt ,ti low Ctitgregationali.an. which is but I .lhadi' above high ULiitarianisnm. And theln I ctuhll Ipotit i.t y to :illtothlctr, nlow le:itd, wh\\se 1iilllue wais wiorl-wiih.. tlhalt st Irteld 1its1 nii oiiig Itall at the point if high hItit:trinitiisn, :inld ruln tihe rest oit tlii ngiai tii i-tl rl ilto l: l ; l tIltiiualihtmi. tucli. I sayl, if riare i:cslcs. Nayi , ii iw. iil glt c'ral., only su" -,essive gett-i'rattions tihtl raii lieth full c.r ieer. The iii s ,,f liini j il\i,'t slwly down i logical alope. liit Ilini is It.itgl l, ii til t 'e lituSS tit uini l moiv0'0, tuiil'. ailh iiviiably. Thie Methd lisalists, asii nhi d -, hnive :tlready, iii oinie hlu-idrcdl years, niovecd tiii folr dotitn tin si luic. and gaethered tot, iictielc inoentumi. ,ver to conie lack tic the Cathiolic sllitlulit ,tf th' hilll. Individuals miiay get hack, butit its a htcthv Mith odiunm is dloolclec. Whet,, heloved, na utiiter leavling our Church goes to l'rebyterinianis, she thinks she is mereltyxch muing one form TA of Christianity for anotier; that it is, to all in- long nts and purposes, a venial a harmless change. S has no idea that she has leaped the im- ti mens if that lies between Christianity and high ine.pien dicalisn. But-when she has taken they thie step, w has she done T She has done all he can to give *r children a heritage of Con- hav gregationalism, he dchildrena heritage view of Unitarianism, and eat-grandchildren a Keo• heritage of-Infidelity. are great warn ings against Rome. Well, Roe is an evil But But it is time the solemn word wa oken, and mnan spoken boldly, of warning against t ar worse have evil of Protestantism. It is time men rider stood that Protestantism is an awful and t lad dangerous heresy. vises WIT AND WIDOM. - hav of a Numerical poison-Strych-nine. Irisl Text-tie fabrics-Sermons. nd Sharp practice-Shaving. in li A Baptist constellation-The dipper. thei who An auctioneer's epitaph-" Gone." who Bad motto for a long jorrneyv-Takcare. entl Things that come home to us-Butchers' bills. righ The corner stone of reform in England-Glad- dui stone. the The greatest Marriage Settlement in the a cr world-Utah. It v Which State contains, the happiest people f tom Merryland. The great financial question-Have you any money I tine By a horrid old bachelor-A screaming farce Yor -a baby. D Hair Dreser's mott9-Two heads (of hair) Cot are better than one. lib What sort of a drainis best when it cannot und be beaten A conundrum. - 1Ie Dentists are favored with more open coun- con tenances than any other class of people. wi Why shouldn't women be physicians, since his all doctor's are fee-males. con the good all die early, why are the bad Bin like-the pupil of an eye t Because they dilate. ed Exauiple of the-" Ups and downs of life."- Being haid'aý, and, consequently, cast down. When ought a man to be best acquainted with his own actions ? When he's beside him self. The Hindoos extend tlbeir hospitalityto their T` enemies, saying: " The t-re dies inot withdraw its shade even from the wood-cutter." A A wag lent a clergyman a horse, which ran a away and threw him, and then claimed credit ste for "aid in spreading the gospel." a" i An old lady, hearing of a pedestrian's "great t feat," wondered why they didn't interfere with r his fast walking. - - The young man who asked the daughter's hand and got the father's foot,had the consola- ani tion of knowing that his wooing was not boot- on less. for Leigh Hunt was asked by a lady,-at-a-des sert, if he would not venture on an orange. "Madam, I should be happy to do so, but I am afraid I should tumble off." A grave old man told his son that if he did - not grow less dissipated he would shorten his S L days. "Then dad," said the boy, "I shall lengthen my nights." It " I am just in time for dinner," said Lord an i Noodle, "if the clocks agree. " How can they gn Sagree,; aoid a-friend, "since they are S I "What brought youto pilson, 'ycw friend " "Two oonstable, sah." "Yes, but I Smean had ntemperance nything to do with fit " "Yes, sabh dey was bofe ob 'em dran-k:" An aged Quakeress was seen gazing very in tently on a piece of brocaded silk displayed in Slinen drapr's window. A cockney passer-by -o atin tempting Eve." A Shining- Character.-" My character," said ' an alderman, who had cleared himself on a a charge of Jobbery, "my character, sir, is like niy , beets, all the brighter for blacking." s A bachelor sea captain remarked one day that a' 1, he wanted a good chief officer, and was inform- s. it ed by a young lady that she had no objection if to be his first mate. He took the hint-and r. the lady. --A whimsical comparison having been made s " between a clock and a woman, Charles Fox ob 1- served that he thought the simile bad, " for," e said he, "a clock serves to point out the hours, e a and a woman to make us forget them." i "Oh, Mary, my heart is breaking !" "Is it e indeed, Mr. Closefit So much the better for y vou." "Why. my idol f" " Because when it's I broken out and out, you may sell the pieces for gunllints." - se Safe Otter-An eminent journalist has offered in a reward of one thousand dollurs for a tale that e will mnake his hair stand o endl. Before antbi rt tious authors enter the field, it may he as well -k to know that the journalist is perfectly hall. ts A rather fast youth, in relatingl a c account of of his voyagte acr,,ss the ocean to a" symnpathizing w Irind, says : " There's one good thing about it, t- though;- you can get as tight as you please n every day, and they'll think you're sea sick." d A countryman went into a dru" store a few Is, days ago, and asked for two pounls of opium. r. So large a quantity excited the suspicion of the ' druggist, and he inquired what it was to be used tor. The verdant replied to stopicricks in r- his cart. He was advised to get some oakum. A lady went out with her little girl and boy, and purchased the latter an india rubber bal- I n loon, which escaped him, and went up into the air. The little girl, seeing the tears in her e brother's eyes, said, "Never mind, Neddie, when you die and go to heaven you'll dit it." re A young lady who prided herself on her geo in graphy, seeing a candle aslant, remarkeId that on itreminded lher of the "Leaning Tower of tal Pisa." "Yes," responded a wag, "with this dn difference-that is a tower in Italy, while this m, is a tower in grease. sI False Encouragemnent.-A visito t .,u ud asked a prisoner why he had been sent there. on "For false eucouri'gemnent," was the reply. nt- " False eicoiuragemt'llti! VWhat do .ou nlean 1" al- ' VlWhy, I encoiuragedl one hlujdre#l and forty Ia threet women to believe thli I was going to ire larry tllheml." LO A Scotch miniister, it is reportedl, went into his Iplitit oncet' it the hhh'n timue slightlv olhftis ig tic:letl, aund lI,.aned over tihe lrec.ntor's dcesk of (hilow the ,uilpit,) sa-in . " '(ive out thint ~25th l'saln." '" rll lt'e hl"tilt sO Ill:llittV, said! the tl r.etelltoir, wizen-ftI'atd :tiltt s:av:Lge. "L Thletll sitig so ilt ai y naI there Itt." An ilil ;earpithi.er, ivhto hti len tm.loi'id iit o, work hva ani1 ld Iy, wars asked sahl l" iph" for ',lliius than hhtie dhid luhr , lrts atdl trlth's. . " \'' .ll, \oWn ti ' ; i un t, j '- jit-t t,,rtutsie e'I hi ot1 ""'t I'ing their collinus batk to us tio le rit Itc A c:lergytl:anl says it is enruilrts to noIte how iLhiy I waIt! I, plh.:tse tie hihl n; '" hut still tll. mIt r', it'rituitS to obi servu lihnt in tmanlny instlt. icts th- it t'tkes I vsi or three abhle-holti.d iteit,ll, wiith :s lher iaiy w e\lllell, to look after one or two little us, girls and boys. The Irish Lord Chancellorship.-The pa_ so GB long dominant it Ireland are in great conster nation at the idea of a Cathollo holding -this A, high office. Batt seeing the thing is inevitable, they would like to- ebompound the matter by having appointed some one whose religious views sit lightly upon his conscience, suck as H Keogh, for instance, although he is not named. FAL But O'Hagan is decidedly too conseientious a Pa man to meet the views of the Tory bigots who TEa have so long governed with a high hand. Mr. the Gladstone is gently remonstrated with, and ad- attea vised as follows: G" a Roman Catholic Chancellor we are to have, et him be selected from the large circle of able d liberal-minded men in whome all Irishmen equally confide. There can be from no possible exo for unnecessarily irritating Max and alarming the werful Protestant-elemena in Ireland by accomp ying the demolition of dhes their Church with thee -ation of a Chancellor whose sympathies are.mo tic and narrow, whose amiable nature is darke d by the stern - enthusiasm of the cloister, and whleis accepted. oo rightly or wrongly, as the type o 'atholic S Quixotism sitting at the feet of a Ca ialb and in all thingalistepiung to the whispe f the confessional. Any such selection, at suce a crisis, would be a challenge and an ial. . It would aggravate all the intnimatory symp- st tomes of the crisis. Divorce in Rhode Island.-By way of illustra ting the state of morals inRhodo Island, a New York paper gives the following: 74. During the late session of the General P. E. Convention in this city, the subject of pro- A hibiting the marriage of divorced people being under consideration, a Biahop said that in Rhode . Island divorces were obtained for such slight causes as to imperil the morals of the whole community, and that men actually sold their wives, mentioning an instance ofa man selling FO e his wife for $10,000. "Are such transactions common in your diocese I" asked. a brother d Bishop. "Not at that price," promptly respond ed the Bishop. _any i. SEWING MACHINES--PIANOS. e $55.................. .$60...................$65 WILCOX & GIBBS ir TWISTED LOOP STITCH SILENT FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Always in order and re)ady to sew. aSuch is its simplicity. and the ease with which it is u stood, thut the child of six years and the grandmother of seventy t can operate it successfully..Th thread is used from the original spool without rewinding. Every Machine is furnished with HeI.m s. mer, ller and Braider. All the different first-class Sewing Machines for sale. Sloat's celebrated Elliptic - and the Howe Sewing Machine-the first invented, the t- one from whicab.ll others take their origin. All kinds of Machines rentired. Needles Silk, Ttroad and Oil to for all kinds of Miachilpes. Machines can be sent by Ex a- press, with the bill to'-be collected on delivery of Ma . chine. All Machines warranted at the Great Southern SSewing Machine and Varietyltore. m 5 S HEitICK,81 and 118 Canal st., Agenus wanted. [de6 3m] - 'ew Orleans. id INGER'S CELEBRATED NEW FAMILY SEW dis SING MACRINE, ll Is the best Sewing Machine ever offered to tde publio. It Hems and Fells, Braids, Cords, Tucks and Marks rd and Embroiders, with such elegance and ease that the I sy finest needlework would lookmeanincomparison. It is 0 re the only Machine ever invented that embroiders with S sitch.-sand on account of its adjustable foot a greater range e eek than may ether. It s used a I lmestaelaaivaIy bal the Lady Mllinars adin alithe t- veo of this city, and it has the greatest ciedlatieo of anyMachine in the world. I warrant every Machine ( I sell to give satisfacton, and after a fair trial to return by the money if it does not do so. JOHN MNULTY, 7 Camp street, New Orleans ld Wholsesale and Retail Agencyfor Lenisians, Texas. Mls a slasippi, and Alabama, and agent for George Clark's sy Celebrated NEW THREAD. Sewbg -Machine Twist and Flax Thread, of the best iet quality, for Dress Makers, Tailors and Saddiera, con. m- stantly on hand. a15 3m ad IFTY FIVE DOLLARS. New York price for Splendid GROVER & BAKER de SEWING MACHINES, at the offce, Ifi Canal street. ob- Machine warranted five years. er," Hemmers, Quilter, Tucker and Braider given with irs, every Machine. -n 3mr Sit BLAO -TOCEý - for it's 164.............CANAL STREET...... ...------164 _ EW ORLEANS. rel (Directly Opposite Christ Church.) hlit ibi- Depot for Oell . Wmin. Knabe & Co.,s Baltimore PIANOS. t of Grovesteen, Faller & Co.'s PIANOS. Geeo A. Prince & Co.'s Automatic ORGANS, Edwards' Baltimore ORGANS. And for the SHEET MUSIC Publications of the the "Correspondance Musicale," La Haye, Holland. n5 6m s in PIANOS AND ORGANS. um. The BEST and CHEAPEST in the Southern market. soy, CHEAP MUSC--ift" WValtae, fifty PokasL. one' b hundred Irish Alirs, all oI the Mase--!i to yl$1 worth of the Music for 0 cent Send for sample copy, the pianos neted, Tuned and Repaired Leave your her orders. die, Second-hand Pianos from $50 to 6100. Y1 na 3m PHILIP WERLEIN. 50 Basonne street. OctA. U. zOlq. F. W. BltKMU at ZORN t BREMER, this Importers and Dealers in this UPRIGHT AND SQUARE PIANOS, 98 Camp street, New Orleans. --ted -eivedl, a complete assortment of the Colebra thd I'LEYEL I'ianos. which we Will seli at prices to suit the times. Alaoan hlanil the elehbraltad Steiuway Pianne. S Pialo SlOl talanI Coveis in great variety, expressly ini L 1, portedit' ,r tie lhllidavs. rtZ-- Pariiculair attUt-iiin ,i piid to Tuning and Ilepairing. (il'e 'i call bth,-l'r" illlarelirisir: ii. ewl iero. nul c,, ' to sineL,' yllllulc-x 'a thlli w if ntfer lil, l,'lt laria'iuO.i di.l} tf tao \EW YOIRK -, VEIIER PIANOS." ,Iii- Vlil.t Chiekerin;, ani Steinway sent their Pianos le5l thie Paris IExposi tin, wlhere blothl got a \iedal, and r 5tnow quareliing a to ulich is the righlit one, We re ii u nained at hlome, lllltliiwturing.his Superior PianIas. knowing t that lle llpl.e if New Orleans, in scfrctillg a (Gllt d Inaslrumnltll, 1,o n look thr gold nmiedal. " a lt ' f-rirnu's alnd 4t'lnrl 'ilSll i'hvit ,d to t.,ieinil, tllhes .pliendil Instrumu nlt, lhi¢el ipironouisempeltilLitiCally fi-s. 'e ilE*' NOW M1.I. ". Sr'- lnt aiter or, (thli awl c,., examiitioi I oam sincereiy ,aind'.ii l toat ir C ui', riority; esnis I ehillenge any how illlhl.r l'inoi, will ,isr w itllit gst inoedal.. when placeLi i'tts cidl'lij by ide h1, t \Vi.IIeI. to eielit in Power. S.weet i Iie., l/rillian,'s 1,rhi't Eui alitv of T'on", Elasticity of Tli : lllh, andl Glie.t Dulrabilly o l.lC h liaiGii ii IIEtiD. LA IIACIIE, ittle u, Ilsronne ltret, sulc n0ent. SDepot of Catholic Church Music. iuo tf GROCERS-COMMISSION MERCHANTS. MI A. BANN. PA SGR oC E R, Corner of ranklin and Perdido streets, Over Keeps constantly on hanil a Choice Assortment of Roc FAMILY GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, Etc. Partionlar attention given to the selectlon of Fine TEAS ond BUTTER. Goods delivered in all parts of r the city fpee of charge. O p U attended to, d20 3m late. GlooN_ r sTo......... ....GRCER STORE. th Corner St. Andrew and Magnolia streets. IHaler's Row of t - . .... Id respectfully inform hikeds- with and the public that he has removed his Grocery Store Ian Sfrom the corner ot Lafayetteand Dryades to the eornerof trial Magnolia and St. Andrew streets. Keller's Row, where he will keep constantly on hand a large asortmenut of Famnily Groceries, which he will sell as cheap, If not I cheaper, than any other Grocier.i the rty. g a cR GANNON, .Gv Corner St. Andrew and Magnolls streets. tut I jylSm llers ow. ble. oeO. swAnnIcK. .D; O D SSvWARRICK & CO-i f GROCERS, ..............CAMP STREET............5.. ----OORLEANS Steamboats and families supplied. 2 n 3m j REEVES & BYRNES, o Dealers inPORK. BACON, HAMS, LIRD, FLOUR P angi-RILK-MEATS ot All Kinds. tal 74.........TCIOUPITOULAS STREET.........74 B - NEW ORLEANS. f 3- All orders promptly attended to. n8 3m ser DANIEL CRAVEN, .. it CHEAP GROCER, C ir Dealer in c Ig FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUORS 7 is CORDIALS, ETc. er d- Corner of Common and Claiborne streets. A Choice Assortment of BLACK and GREEN TEAS 11 and GOSHEN BUTTER always on hand. Goods deliv. ered free of drayage. n29 3m T lleOS. 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At Victoria we make n extreehare fs reoetv and forwar , asad will pay Railroad eight and chad r a e on all cocnsgnnmente to us for sale or tment. Jy!6if Mis (ARILL & COPFEY rka's JACKSON CORN MILL AND FEED STORE, Nom. 16 Levee and 35 Water strests, Fourth Diitrict, best NEW ORLEANS, on. anmasss or Hay Corn. OatU. Bran. Flour. Potatoes, 011 Cake, Rock at, etc., end Manufacturera of Self-Raisins Flour. Also have onstantly on hand. a sumperior qoality of reh.-ground Corn Meal, Oat Meal, Hominy, Grits, CER Chicken and Cow Feed Corn Bran, etc. All orders promptly -edand hipe, sad goods de et d lireredinany patofthe city. free of dayae.. - We sell cheep for Cash. Give s a 0lld oonvince with yourselves. apl9 ly 3F 7BEtRY & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 164 FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, 71.............CAMIP STHEET..............71 NEWV OIRLEANS. Country orders promptly attended to. N. B.--Goods delivered to any part of the city free draynge. nP 3 JOHN HENDERSON, DEALER Im WINES AND LIQUORS No. tl Tchoupitoulas street. felt ly - _ wrleass T T. GIBBONS & CO.; Sthe DEALERS IN 15 em GRAIN, CORN MEAL, HAY, 35 ...................Poyd a t.................35 erket. myl7 ly New Orl rth of J McCAFFREY & CO. your DEALERS IN G , CORN MEAL and HAY, 8O..--.......P. STREET...........30 et.er of Fulton. n15 3m e 'M FOR SALE........FOR LE. POTATO bbl. Buckeyes and Ruasete. bbls Peseh Blows and Jackson Whit ONIONS-JO hilver Skin and Reds. IIEANS-l') bis. White, Northern and Western. DRIED FITLT-I bbls. New peaches and Apples, leba In f hipplog order. uit DRIED RUT--L5 sacks Pealed Peahes, (choice) nos. LOU--0 bbls. Superflne, Extra aL., Double Extra. id r e../r 100 half ibsa. Choice, D otr farmiy use. irin. antly on hand, Corn Meal. Pes, Kroot. Candles, ie,- on:o , lTea. et, aJIIS A. O'BlIttEN, 1i:) I d . 41 1 T ,.hl,,,piiTnl~le-etrr-t. P LI) DILEY. I Corner Eiysion Ficlls nal Front Le-ee, os:'9 sand 40, r near lnont,:harttn Iilh,'~,i lelFtie Third District. a ll '3In ll''urn ]',t .. l)le"'. (glji,,g. nre. p -ee 1 . l IUN.l l " ' lFI I r(,m Ovaily '.- ... C'OIM" hlI:ET~.... 372 Corycr of C.lniltsrl. Niw Orleans, La.,a 0 n hrny :e iciM i 'n. /rscithe 'lions ]. uine Tolk-t l'c1o s , Fac t·i . Ito lI:nt i lthti ]h h,.III . el ·t'cit'tO EC y, dSccc oi let', v" 'I'ih't Arli'ls, "i·'rgio ,, and Shoillc r lr. r'e., l'(,,e \Vij't and city.i' tt ;,r .llhite i l'url(ee. Paints, Oils. Vornihcib aol I Dy" $ tt l i: lrtter Pspar, onl, Ilhysiclali' l'r1ccripti-oue tcuratltly comnpounded. Ii cico3m MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. - p AGE & CO.'s IMPROVED ROOFING. INSURE Al. FULLY GUARANTEED. Over 300 in the city-some of them three years old OFFICE, 96 CAMP STREET. Roofing Material at lea than New York prices. not NEW ORLEANS GAS WORKS, October 16; 186. There are esht of PAGE A CO'S ROOFS at the New Orleams Gas Works and all perf eetl ti.t. Those rut late severe storm, when th beat of slate roofs failed to keep ont the rain, not a single leak ould be found in the roofs covored b Page & Coa. Dnring the last three years, employes of how WVorks have had some twenty of these P a e l s Roofs. and, without exceptlon, speak of them in the highest termu. My experiene with this roofing has been so perfectly fatisfatolMt , that trial to become sattified of their merites. WYM. McCULLOCH, Manager. I flly concur in the above, and recommend Messrs. Page & Co. to persons dasiring work In their line. The, Gae LightCuompany have had extensivo dealings with tuls firm. and have always tfoud them prompt and relat ble. (nOtl) N'.O. J. TISIALE, Gen'l Sup't. D. BIDWELI ......;...... .......a...DY IARLE. PHI ENIX HOUSE, 96........... ST. Cll .F STIt T.'.......96 (rntahtsed in 162.) Just refitted and enlarged, with an elegant Vestibule Promenade from the Academy of Music, makiug it the moeet extensi~ e Refreahnent Saloon in the world, em bracing Liquor hmar-- a here every known beverage an be ob. tahned of the beat quality of Wines and Liquora. Lunch every day at be t . M. Bowling SalotEu-With six new Tenpin Alleys; health ful amusement. Restaurant-With all the delicacies of the season served with dispatch and at moderate prices. Oyster Saloon-in every style, from the most famosa beds in the South-raw at the counter, or in a loaf for home service. Cigar Stand-With imported Cigars of any flavor, to suit the most fastidious taste. Come early and often. d.t6 I 1MPORTANT NOTICE. To all who value their Sight, and wish to improve it. KERNAGHAN A CO., S 11... .......CAMP STaREET ............ 11 . Beg leave to ofer to, those in need of Lenaes, their GENUINE BBAZILIAN PEBBILESPECTACLES.war. ranted to preserve the eyes unimpared to extreme old d age. "Their constructonn," says a celebrated writer on optic, " ain accordance with the philosophy of nature, in the form concavo-eonvex mirror," and their transpa rency Is so perfect that the wearer can only perceive ho has them on by the improvement in his eight. The advantages of our improved Brazilian rebble Spectacles have been fully tested by the moat aclentiflo men of both Europe and America, and approved as the best spectacles now known for the preservation of the .. impaired vision. For sale 6nlyby - KERNAGIIAN A CO., nl5 3m Opticians. No. II Camp street. t -,li'ATTIEV ,VARD, FURNITURE AND BAG' .lgage Wagon, No. 371 Mrlponeeno street. NewOrleans Furniture taken down and put up, and Planoaremoved o. carefully, on most reaonable termos. Orders may be left at the Music Store of Messrs. Zorn & Bremer, No. o8 Cam street. The Car stands at the orner of Camp and Podr streets. mbt l MSUTUL A~IAU AND BENEVOLENT LIFE I./ M , ASSOCIATION OF LOUISIANA. Oice-ays Carondelet astreet, (Davidson's Row.) l h DiRECTORS. J. M. Ia yre, W. S. Mount, John Davidson, L. B. Pothler IL Zuberbier, William Me L N. Mark Willmn Cr S . . . Sc.hmidt T. Finlay, W. S Pikey Patre kk a David Meoard. John C. t J. cauleid. C. Ca T, Getard St, _ W.O d OFFICERS.E W. s Plan............. .... Vies President. S . W. Yom .. ......Secretary. L. . FovNlZ ........ ....... Tresnrer. S W. B. Koowrz, rney. SW. C. NCIho Medical Examiner. N. C. FoWGR, gent. r. A L. ONTo SoF CHARTER. of The py the Mutual Aid andO enevolent rite, Life Inauiranb ortin is as follows: I. Each pees pon enrolling himself or herself an i d a member, aslhlpa nto the Treasury a memberrtip lc. e, if betwnhe qag of bia 16 to ive................. 00 31 to 40 elusive....................... 41 to 50 inlusve ........................ 20 00 51 to , inclusive ................. . . 25 00 which pyment consttntea himor her a life member. 2. Life Insurance Policy I. isuned fore asom equal too dollaror each enrolled memler appearing on the lo so othe Association, at th decease of said member. .71 1 tin no event shall the amount paid on said policy ex 3. On the death of any member. an assessment in made upon each policy holder for toe dollar and twenty-five .cats. payable nt the, oflice of the Aaseolation, within thirty days after notification thereof, by publieatin in one laiy newspaper published In the, city of New Or lana, i W Englilh. anid one in 'renhl. for five consecu tive dayes. Slhli thle apllclanCt renide out of New Or hans, lhe or se li ill 1, notiflell by written notice sent to hib o ,erlr neorest l'oetollee. 4. Should the number of mienbers exceed five thou sandl the asacoomlent of'it 25 will be r-edu(c-d in proper -tioun ti tlo vni ber ofiemlber exe.edling five thousand. 5. Shocul any memler fail t, pay the assessment In the time specified, he forfeits ll pirevious payments or credits. 6. All accumulations from whatever source, such a forfeitures, Interest, etc., shall be credited upon tbhe booksof the Association to the members pro rata, tobe withdrawn In lien of asesaments. ...35 Medical Examiner in attendance at the soe of the Association daily, from9 A. K. to 4 P. U. Wheneover r quested, the 'hyslctan will be sent to the residence of an applicant. d6 ly r, BOOS, SHOES, SLIPPERS. We respoctfully invite the attention ofgentlemenwish. Sign either a Drss or Winter BOOT. to our prsesnt staock m on hand. It habs not only been manufaetured wlth care but special pains have been taken that it ahould be task. iLE. lonable and durable. Our English Shoes should be een by those desiring sumethingexiaEL OGA. it d13 Im 101 Canal str~et JAMES REYNOLDS, pies, Nos 186 AND leO POYDRAS STREET, Near St. Charles, New Orleans. MARBLE MANTEELS MONUMIENTS, TOMBS, AND dies, TOMBS STONES. Cabinet, Pier andl Pl,.mtlor Slabs made to order. N. It.--Marble and Blrick Tombe built after the latest de40 sns, aol executed in a workmanlike manner and as cheal'. if mnt heaper, than by any other Marble estab let. lishment in the city. an3O ly ran, TilINES AND LIQUORS. ¥V T"sntly ,larter-pipes Cleir-e 01,1 (COCNA(' will - lo.ehlri to li, til ad. or In qonatllirq 1t, orllt ]leri'hsre. 'I'o,in want would do w cll thi cal btrr-,,u buug elas mzPPI y rlwtiv, on haln of tl,,, ntoi,:rt, nod at most tllS rot f rl ti l , Ir", ,, ' t, tI live,.-r,.tili,.rt, licilt l ,a :ke.l T "'3 Spliritio ii;,, rl·i tilir.l milt is'. ep,'rior. ilh.a iii want. 0, partieuiully Iii tit r IeiWu'poie. till pleaoe vail and ex Itrandy, Whlisky, and tiln moat be e,,ice, the spirits paper, INES ANI) C(IIIDIAIS. A clinics epily always ol nhand. EI)WA RID BRTTKE, I3m d13 ly It and 192 Tchoupitoulas street.