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W 03L A BU. A. .3fYA. Y.&mr3 Y 14.. ml. itmiry aooj!i n i b 'Dth poor Bleaner i.atse,' at y'fw i alhad ltatiet tO begin the world . Neithek in Ireland nor in Elandmd aoaid Ond wh!ut he wa looktng for. He wroteto Lord Angle , an old • shool fellow, then in the Ordnance Office at London, offering to bia -notide dome invention of a acieut4lc sortycllating, probably toprojectiles But lhe got hit "apswer from Willtmn Gosset, i8e Sertars , saying there was ro appointment in his lordship's'powr jist thei.. " - - " In 1831, Blennerhassett was living ln.J.the Island of Gluruuey; and there he died in. that year, at the age ofsixtyeur. . Mrs. Blennerhaesett was pow advised to.come to America andp Appl c the Government for "no little co n, on ncconnt of the -destruction. oý, ;r'& ry in lSnf. In 1542 ahe wais in New YorgIth one of her bons, an invalid, and thence' rwarded her pettion to CVoupre.. Mr.Einomet, son of the distinguisbed Irish patriot, interested himeHfer her; and .Henry Clay, hr :husband's riend supported her claim in Cudgress. But she was not fied to see the result of those efforts n bhr behlf. She died in this city-probably In. the above sear-and was bnried.in One of our grraveyards by the Catholit Sisters' f Chity uf ewYork. SWratha Ame hrian. Writing to Dr. Rogers em Our readers will remember theletter written by Dr. Rogers on leaving the Episoapal Church. This,Tt appears, had aroused the indignation of a AmericanresidingiAl Paris, who, in addition to venting higLjmpotent spleen, boasts of maulting the object of his ire to.the extent of -the postage stamp·sonhis very Christian letter. 'We copy this preci6bs document, with th Doctor's comments, from the Memphis a of January 13: Editors Aslaace-I h rlt received the following letter fro co, which will not only amuse roeaders, but furnish me an opportunit- of explaining some figurative lasgae omy own to which it refers. The words an as published z in the. Avs -Aes" .- "After mture deli ation 1 mhave as cended the cross, ete.,"-whihw -t more than that my convictions of duty fored me to surrender dear ties of friendship apd af fection with the church to which I had given the energies of my whole life; and henceforth there must be a wide gulf between me and many whomh I loved; that unkind assaults would be made upon my-motives; and that my * family were left without the pecuniary resour ces of a profession which would always furnish them, in any country bread and raimnent. If I wronged them in thus leaving them to the mercy of God, he has already provided for them better than any one of us deserves. I supposed that the meaning would be obvious, without explanation, but several journals (one in this city) and many letters from soaicitous friends accuse me of "craziness" and " brutality" to my family. But this Yankee letter from Paris is too good to be burned; and it happens that any wife wrote from London by the same steam er that brings his delectable epistle. She says: "' My cup of joy is too full-I cannot be thank ful enough. I know that God will take c us and bless us. I never felt this so mh in my life as I did the day I cuall eo Father Butler and Father Man in reference to taking the boys to e on credit, payable at the expiratio each term (four months), which only agreed to at once and un S ngly, but made mi feel that I had done em a favor. The children are at the best school in the world (Harris says) where their souls are cared for as well as their minds. They are all well, and Harris says he is con tending for all the prizes, some of which are as high as ten ponnde Now that I am so rich, I shall pend Mae to someFrench nuns, near the college, until Christmas. /They propose taking her forfve shilliugs a week, and if you realize anything from your timber, I should like to continue her with them ; but the money mast be paid in advance for Mae (not for the boys) about fifty dollars-Ton wil see in the prespeo tus." How evident is it from the above, daer Aralate, that my friends have been spilling their tears without sufficient bause. But I nust not withold any longer my Yankee fMend's amusing lamentation. I send you the original. Keep it for me: PARIs, December 11, 1868. J. W. Roomns-Sir : I have Just read, with mgreat surprise, your letter of the 12th of No 'imber, to your congregation, as published in the New York atse, of the 20th ultimo. It seems to me that a man who can put toether language like your letter, is competent to udge, in a manner, between good and bd and ould, in my humble opinion, take a different course from that indicated in your letter. I have carefully studied creeds and isms for the past twenty years, and, of all the various creeds with which I have comein contact,there are few, or none, more objectionable than the Catholic. The Episcopal Is bad enough, but to leave a religion which guarantees to mankind all the privleges which were vouchsafed by our Creator, to espouse a religion that is tram meled, seems to me like insanity. You, a pro freed a Christian," boldly assert that on leave " a wife and helpless childr at the fbot of the cross while you sscend the ers," ete. Do you believe that the Great Giver of Good will look with favor on such an undertaking I might, with as i - an excuse, abandeo my wife. Yet God,in hisleckoning at thejudgment, will hold us accountable for our erime, Sir, I am no pertalist yet I annot refsin from express ing the on pt I have for such a an as yoer letter would indicate- ou are sad you deserve to be drawn and qartertd, and every man, woman sa ebld lid a l you as a viper. I ean adordto spenaoneoftliacin7 pot ae, to tenl you that yeou are no man; yet Iwill le upa a the postage out of the great fn of thie 8ee-of Rome. Mnan o Ax Awuaxciz Crrzrm. Drocrse or Sr. PAUL -A orsspondeant of the NorK estwe Cr.aotelsays: On the 6th of Jnury, the feast of the _hiphny, at St. Gertrude' Convent, hakepe, drn., the following W8sters: M.A. 8cholustics Kers, of the Passion, from 8t. Paul; M. A. Ben edict Keline, of the Dolorous Mother, from Shakopee; and M. F. Xavier Pendy, of St. Clare, from Belle Ploaine; made their solemn vows, as Nuns of the Order of St. Benedict. The Right Rev. Bishop Thomas L. Grace, of St. Paul, oiiciating, Rev. F. Augustine Wirth, O. 8. B. and Rev. Ueorge Sherer 0.. B., assisting. The ceremonies were performed with great solemnity and made deepimpresion on all preo ent. The Right Rev. Bishop himself, delivered an eloqluent sermon on religions life, and the . authority of the Church. Broyga, GarrES, HOLOW WinR, zrC.-Auch .,lusstre t hae aar ass· eaoribue weod or eonl, which are ftlly writed. Noth. lIag saduceusmore to the comfort of a family thea a good stowe, and au u fom the reputation the ashove store it.J !COLe 3A 00lh* l ~x i• ai U., except a few changes among the -clergyThF r "ietTaylor..: 'ies ga to tro spyWid Tatlier.Lane to Selma, where Father O'Ls 1s nfi~ g a. ver andsome neW churJli- . s will~J the ffth or mitth ibroih,' bit in this, qess i," aeart it, bin year. The O tholice of M oble .'are justly ronb of their ehurches, and for seine -tie jet they have be/n epresip t a .,desire,-. " m ete 4heIr cathedral. the centreJ yty,,Just near th public square, t ' o wiole, blo. wll laid out and epiesti4 t, iiiasiilve.' ilrp ra fngs. In the centre p the plat, without anythin to ntercept e is e the churcr ,irstoet ts s ityle. it is..peat and simple, wthoutaay i n of-its vast·nes,-e eptthe preparations the tower and front; but within it.Js> towed andtiful.. wid nas-lk of:;'S"b t. SMary ggiore, in ome-is searted fro, the aisles bytwo rows of large mable pillars.- Th entir looris paved with Italian iarble tilea w e ·the sof' sanetpary as well asf | the side alt arae fthe purest Carra ramarble. If the church, therefore, possessed a suitable firontaud towers, it would be;,perhap, is tiful a pecnien of true eoolesilstiael Uarchi teoture aseould be found in America. Some time a:.the.Bishop directed plans for its co pleti be d drawn. On unday mo S'reetibe architect, arrived f ew Or leans, d on the followin ng he ehibit ed to a large meeting leading Catholics his beautifl des or completing the cathe dral, at an pee of about $40,000. Bisho Quinla o presided, called on the meetng eress their opinions as to thepropriety-of the work itself, the designs, etc." But all pres Sent, with one accord, resolved that the plans nroed shounld be adopted, and forthwith ormed themselves into an building committee, 'to arrange fo" eommeneing the work imme diately. The Bisho promised on his part that he would spare no effort-that he would preach and collect throughout America, if necessary, to enable them to carry eat their resolutions. Hence there is much enthusiasm among the O~ihollea of Mobile on the subject of construct ing the cathedral. it present, his Grace, Dr. Kenrick,oL St. Louis, and Bishop Duggan, of Chicago, are on a visit to DB. Quinlan, and intend, we under stand, to spend some days at his hospitable residence. I forgot to mention that the orphans' fair proved a complete success. The returns will, it is expected, reach $9000. Caunca or Sr. THoxats.-Parish of Plaque mise.--We learn from the Empire Parish, that on the recent occasion of drawing prizes for the benefit of this church, situated below the city, one of the largest assemblages ever seen in the parish was brought together to witness and participate in the geremonies of the occasi e clip from the account: T ediicourse of the Rev. Father Dnffy was ntiful, thrilling, sublime, and was listened to by the numerous congregation with the highest delight and produced a profound im pression upon the most careless; it charmed the scholar with its learning, the man of the world with its wisdom, the religious with its divine unction, and all with its eloqheiee, grace and power. Father Duffy is not only a great.. and shining light in his church, but a model Chris tian and a grleat pulpit orator, whom to see, is to love, and to hear is to admire. Nor must the Rev. A. B. Langlois,-the re siding rector, be forgotten, who, if he did not lay the foundation of the Church in this Parish, has done more than all his predecessors com bined to consolidate and extend her divine dominion over the hearts and sours of men. He has won not only the profound love and attach Sment of the members of his own Church, but is universally respected and ad.aired by those who do not hold communion with his Church. But, on the contrary, belonging to antagonistic r religious denominations, but who, neveatheless, fully appreciate the depth and variety of his learning, the boundlessness of his charity, the s holiness of his life and the usefulness of his miuistry. The church of St. Thomas is one of the most beautiful of country churches. The style of its e architecture is one of severe simplicity, yet not devoil ofornament, andcombines the ueful 4 and graceful in an eminent degree. It stailds t on a high mound, a conspicuous object to the r surrounding contry, embosomed in luxuriant ' orange grovesand commanding a splendid of the great river, the fiourishi v' ge of e "Point a la Hache" and the ma t sugar plantations known as W nd and Mag r oll. The buy hum of n industrya a the highest beauties nature all conspire to e hallow and adorn the favored spot, sacred to e the spirit of devotion and the ministrations of 0 religion. The surrounding population js one d that bears triumphant testimony to the abun V dant labors of its most worthy rector, the hal - lowed influence of its holy presence and the inestimable blessings of the true religion, being e highly moral law abiding, elevated and intel s llgent. We believe ins religion that not only Steaches the pure doctrines of primitive Chris k tianity unalloyed by the vain traditions of men , and unpolluted by the pernicious doctrines of L aectries,but fbrulasbE aid to devotion and 1I incentives to holiness, that charms-the senses a and reaches the soul only to elevate it to ' heaven* that heaven which is the reward of n rghtou, the hope of the puare, and the Sinheritanes of the Christian, without regard to 7 colar, race or condition. I-· Pear Husdred Me. ,Shut Up is a Collery.--On f Fridiy, the 18lth nlt., 400 men- were imprisoned in the Holmes Colliery, near Rotheram, Eng land. It hianed thus: About 9 o'clock in the morhing~ wha th Pt was in fall work, the age, ontaiing everal ves of coals, f was, from some at preset unexplained muse, overdrawn, and es of the loaded corves fell Sdown the shaft. The sooident, it may well be , conoelved, caused g-et alarm both above and s below. Thoesaboive t towork to realtr the n- machinery, aid whenR was possible to dsscud . the shaft, It was found that the corve had t. stack fat some three hundred yards from the in top, and that the framework on the other side t. was much danaged. Communication was ep t. tirely cut off with the four hundred men below, ). who, weary and hhgry, gathered about the g. bottom of the shaft in anxious suspense. It/ at was 9 o'eloek in the evening before provisions a- could be passed to them, and all, it was ex d pected, could not be liberated before Baturday s morning. J. West, practicaldentist, has been practising hhis profession tweutyfenr, year In this city.sad during that tame has stablished a repuitiat which places hbin our first geisni/fle andi practical denais.t See SD. W. Kelly, undertaker, D0 sad 9ThThboopi se c treet, as everry derpio .of lcomas always on -baud, with carriags and cabs for hie. es a en ,ýX~iaw V ae final ,. Maatsm a s S0.-,-,' dmeo alow , Cuba _dghestadPorte Rice tevea deput t he E3 tS jaGeaSS s are to bewamet t a Cab I alsoeJan .,-J.-The old, mnistl.epai n id eofde, ShldaIa Adeolialslg to fori a. wRW -IoxsrANxI·N69a, Jan. 1i0..-vThe eeall of American Minister Morris Ia denied. . WAesureo, Jaa. 20.,-SI thd enate,.Wilso introduced a blruselucing the army, and4pr. vidtng smongether thinge,for the a~litiosa iera 4urngpeace.r 1,' - - . House is nonsidering the &sai iag psiv0 " T:he .RsConstrctiona Comml tteehe eirt gu iasets from Gov. Wells' and M.. Bs, win Virginiaissues.. .... . . . Te House Election Committee hears .JPis v.:a'Ms n 6-mssorrow. - 'e PBAs ,Jau. 2LB-.Burlin _me anfth ster of Foreiga.fairs. Interview was batlafeetory. They -audienee with the Empror on sent. -:k iar y' stated -that the Conferenuo aw reply of Greece before dissolving. sNrAIst ra,. Jan. 2il--, is-rmr. e here that a Greek hip red into a French sloop, and killed sevei persees on board. - - LoOmo, Jan. 2L- Late a~Irices from New Zealand report a frightful massacre of whites by the natives at Poverty Bay. HAVAN, Jan. 5.-The Spanish- frigate Lel tads has arrived frost Cadis. While near the Canary Islands her erew mutinied, and at one time it was feared the trouble would assume serlosroportionerbut it was suppressed by the officers. Seven of the ringladers were landed s the Canary slands. T mutiny was ened y bad water and excitement over events in 8 iG~el lerrera, a merchant of this city, has been pointed tempor ar President of the Banco dl m ercio, aid wir' attempt to ar .ane its --v Ja. -29.-Government advices state that the rebels were handsomely repulsed in an attempt to take Mansanillo. Bnusuers, Jan. om.--Prince Leopold Fer dinand, Duke of Brabant and Prince Royal of Belgium, died to-day, aged 10 years. Pase, Jan. 5. --The Conference has sent a messenger with the protocol to Greece, direct ing him to wait five days for an answer. Rv. Pa. Roozas.-We take pleasure in an nouncing that the Rev. Dr. Rogers, who was received into the church at St. Louis recently, will arrive in this city about the first of Febru ary, andlectureonRitualism. A correspondent of the New York 1r essas'e Jouismal, writing from St. Louis, thus alludes to his lectures da livered there: Knowing that he had abandoned every thing wordly to follow principle, our citizens called on him to give us two lectures on Ritualism. He accepted, and crowded auditories' greetB l him. He is a pleasing lecturer, a gftedpeak er, and a gentleman evidently excellently read. Many of the paepiges of his discourse were really most touchingly eloquen$ prticularly ilb.i he dwells on sentiment. His leetnres were devoid of every spark of censure, or even of criticism of those whom he had left. How different are our converts from those who leave for Protestantism. At the first of. these lectures, two Protestants occupied the platform, bo th othem ex-mayors, and one of them introduced him to the audience. The very day the Doetor presented hmselftoFather Riordan,- to learn how he could be admit ted to our Holy Church, he received a letter fromhis wife, now in England, announcing that she had taken the same step. While here he assisted at a ReligiousReception, at the Visits tion Canownt- ani h- istrange coincidence it was a yonng lady who had formerly been one of his parishoners at Memphis-a lady who, on her entrance into the school, was so bigo that she would not attend the religloouex ercises. The nuns, convinced that refusal was through areligious sin-eri conviction, did not dismiss her, and g their holy life, the fruit of their Hoty has dissipated her prejudices, and sh ns their community to devote her e ce to God. of a ieter of Chritp.-PFrom the Tablet earn that on the night of Wednesday the 29th of December, when New York was in the midst of its bustling preparations for the ushering in of the New Year, one of the gen tlest and most beloved of the 8isters of Charity --sweet Sister Geraldine-slept to wake no more in this sad world. At the Sisters' HIsoe, attached to St. Mary's Academy, in East Broad way, the scene of her year-long libors, Sister Geraldine died, as she had ved, calm nd sweet and patient, edifying even her sisters in religion by the inefabl peace and beauty of her last moments. "Ye veily," saith the pirit "blessed are the dead who die in the Lordin Nothing on earth is so fair to look on, so solemnly so serenely beautiful as the death of one who had comsecrated her life to God, and served Him in spirit and in truth Sister Geraldine was one of the most seom plished members of her ademtrable community, and so devoted was she to the daties of her state that she continued teaching during long years of broken health and Gaevnt sufetring, unwilling to hive ap hBer task of train ing the vyou- i the whas of holiness and in aths 1khole y a preaent and i~ se with th e airot wili monrf ctei de a Sister f eradine . rMw th be all be in asnbed hroulh life by the saw t memory of her teacin and thre beautif ext ample she akventlnem In all Chrestan peirfec owith great fores th.eNew Yorka througe a few of her devoted Cathlsic children h contributed tohe mgnifcentr sum of t440 t .n wards the- endowment ef this Col.ege. A d is completed, giving the names of the co trif butors under the three asees, lassifled under the heads of the dioceses to which they belong. Xhis makes, with the amount previously re ceived, P4500 thus far. A letter has been received during the pese week r& the Very Rev-Dr. Chatard, Rector of the College in one, expressing the great gratitude felt by tie friends of the college at the undertaking now i progress, end pointinj out with go frce the eaany advantage. which accrue to the eountry .om tlheexistenor of the college there.--,.,, " Hill & Vessie, 74 Camp street, have coal oil dyy1ii ýiiis ý 11 'tljý lJi9 a L" eu h to the aoleun·~y Respectfully, F. 3E.. According to request, w glie the publicity of our coldtiM.oihe the fc Iwth. Roollms Sr. V mnrc nr is PePt1t SaCxrilr St' Phtil; Mm JaIi. 1, 188l. D -. .--You re fo , that owipp to tis atraighthena otour farming population, Inc n v 1 ] aleo; o Ticket s u-till of ir, to assit us in this chaitabl .adertsl the names of sueh o eek' , b i7rl-llng :rest. Particular Council, St. Vlnccnt' a SeSiety. - Small profit amd largo sales is the sensible motto adop ted Wesrauarthwaatel Lewis A stuart In careilagot p" . they id pul their large aeaerteat of olothing. aatur eg Roodsh, tr a vellag begs, elawl, ate., ata very COAL AD WOOD. CoAL................ ...........CO...COL. BOYD, WILMOT & CO., Ig6........... Poydras. Street.............166 Over UaMe isrealb Beet PmtmbrarA COL fr ise, whieile ad retail, delivered oa the t above o he lo. The city. at the leat akatpro. Also. En h to dety der. Jar7 I D-WOOoo-WOOD FOR SALE .BY J. J. CLARKE. SO .. OAK. *ie .. FAT PINE. i0 .. DRY PINE. Wboleesae and retal. Ooe and Yard corner of Jeala and Dryades streets. Branch oeae 0O Julia street. a17 3m SPENCEBr, FIELD, J Wholesale aad etail Dealer in PITTSBURG, ANTHRACITE, AND ENGLISH CANNEL COAL, Corne of Camp and Grod streets, dal In NEW ORLEANS. J C. KATHMAN. 1 Bienvllo street, corner Mrals, Dealer in COAL, CHARCOAL, COKE, White SAND. and PIRE-WOOD. Orders left at the Mechanic' Ezae-Boz -wl receive prompt attention. dal ly C ...........................................coAL MaCLOSUKY. MASON A CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in PXTTSBURG, ANTHRACITE, and CANNEL COAL, i 1 Gravier stree, oca 3n New ARCHIE L. PALMER, GALLERY 'OF ART, 167............Poydras Street .......... Between CMaradelet and St. " WoutBat God the 4[ a, To me msarelves as.' Thisa ofte expreed wis ow be resmed byanl. ing at it. Gallery of wly opened at I? Poydren street, where for 1 50 Per Besme. IiTY LIKENS e.G Beaut oa u lnaby any P le. ever taken. The fullest wtafeten gesrateed, or nopy asked. The pebic areo coreediall vited to Judgeo for tbLb OGALLERnY OF AT, - - 167 Poydrae treet. d7 3m _ACHE L. PALMER. Artit. H. P. BUCKLEY, WATCHMAKER, 8...............Camp Street...............8 Dealer in Fine WATCHES, JEWELRY, and SILVER WARE. Also. Guns and Pstols. Manufaatures and repairs every description of work in his line. dD 3m NEW PRý NIX Rý EFRE SH ENT SALOON, In the Veetibule of the Academy of Music, and be. tween the Phesix House and Academy Entrance. This New Saloon is intended as a PABTRY, CON. FECTIONERY, and COOLING DRINK Depart Smeat and will serve fom a Mammoth Rotig~erafor veastal: SODA WATER, nAD, the di/reatMiaral Waters, each as VICHY, KI uwarN, CONGBR1S, SEarLr , end BLaDON; als, Coad Igepr BEER of thmat cebated Brwers, besides everyknown Cool. In Bverag. The Fountain ontaims overlerty ooling oambe. . Theo astry at ConfectlseyerDeprment is plae al Sthelheab of the mt experienced oalers, who will L em ay to da prepare thse dles htr the plat t w aomas Rand Lmohes. he aeplepr tras, tpleaC OoelDrlnkwthn thereaob clul, hafe redmoed the pricela~est Mead to FIVE CrNTS per glees Oaer luuariee na propoht. Inpteemtintto t e ptomur tes mastei.4~1po seS Seloon in the wend, te proprietur espeolaDy draw aSt. te~oSto to tihe areta.,ths apliatocddes agning o wahic were sonete.by m Wsateman a Co., Soda .. Mlaeotererru of ihIs eiy7 tie bildlyas rdmenohancl Skill beldonging o Meto eurs. Morse A Saon, oelebrated Boda 1 Ajeprataamsnnhuotoers, of Beeton, who have mest a - popately named thi, theiL r masterpieoe, " Theo TPI F UMPEl' The SaloOl l now epen. .a17 In O.IncE....................................NToIc SPAPER HANGINGS, PAINTS, AND WLINDOW 105........ ......Canal Street..............105 SThe underlsigned hasb reeevled, perlate irrivas, a very Large, Fre., and Well elected Stock of the above Goods, al of which he is new aelling at Greatly Reduced SParties a want of emnch artilele ae respetfily . SIe teod oall at hi Stere, No. r10s Canal reen, between ,he~re street and Esnclse Place, and exIslno -od 9beare purublang elsewhere M workmen t~E~laera wCna~ l e ,t ,· . x " -"- "' o - pehims'beMbdata lardtiaem 40mh- Btaeti 140 .S.nS .. .j....10 ,snd miB-t s esysa~oatt, tlm i be'm n. : ai et `N 1.sI M lea. be ... .5,x e .W...ne et :be withot aboni Tees Noma:na l a5a m S LIVN Ura Ir II C U L I S O i, P .£. L at eaet +gbslre4s) b1 ........e... Wr...e..t hese,......... . 4 mp0rte Steset D -alrO ,b _ ; PoU ca D sa aw A r u Sa.se....f a . s. m ... i alatas, PRA~ea too.e , see 'set E x151....... .......... ..:...;r aro..- r. J. ... SIGHT DRAFTS PR SA.l Ir PROVINCIDA.L ANDEI OL XULTAND Paybte e at the ella wag blere XoAspser ea b uw s fr nMoas, Cadebs randts, Ibrasy. In - hem Oo LDULC AN. UT N & CO.. New NeiL eil e Nb.15 CDeaeralS l w ass Or J, B. AITEUNS & O. W swl.........HOVPTTOlVeA dso l Crrea ....a...U D isco t eday e- we e nm sys an d n y . Impbam TeOMnd DLas Pi ir t uT Bdir Badrs, ais Oends tse JAb.rA ls ts, O1i..A m relst Vnt ,and Wiadew s, on. RICH PBESINted IO THEt HOLIDAYS. w. IBLOE, PRAYR BOO.. zEta, . P. Io. O.0A TY, CATHOLIC BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER, 151 ..................CAMP SsaU51.,.w.. ...151 Has tart s.a Drns.' dues.) History ef the Chsrch, Lives oa the Rorna Psontifs, labreand WTHoesa. a Dseo, ws thmsme Saend al f Balds. Lm-N e. of t aint, andV U. wrs delrem. ablr eded anthe aa est Carb m ;=p HOOL 7I00] is TH ALACULTY or f this Prearaoen is w ka ewates i- es dia - Pa. Sa the OUR SYRUPS, and has used i the stunting the Reese Cough Remedy. Itinowpu up by First ppiin the prlsei t solid f. whisk re ders :: n :rk l .. ... ... ...... .00 . it mre b n enint, ..e d .gre . Thisr . pration will be feund very beneal te ehildesa, r beth-ie appeanaceb and tste e inviting. Prie 30 cest. per boh. Preparoed ly by JAUS TURNER, Chemist M Mageeume street. betwee. Jesephinend s-uesn. And far by HAHN" APREDUUICKSON. SImaAeo stret. .ALL, LYONS & CO.. Corner ef Camp anadlravis streets. and by Druggists generally. - Jal I SOUTHERN BANK. NEW ORLEANS, SEPTBY bet 95, 185s. Thin Bank. eqmtlnulngits Exchangs opera. tiens. willl reIeive'spoito geld and Cwrrteay and trnsaet a General Bankingt Buiness. Disont doy-Wednedays and Saturdays.' Odbrlns hboenld e made on the precsding days. - na9 3a THOMAS LAYTON. President. SOUTHERN BANK. NEW ORLEANS, JANUARY 9. 1858. At the eleadu fE Disreetaor oa this Bek. on the th utlme, the foleowing named geauissa wee unailmessy reelsted to .e" the ensueey ad, vt: THOS. LAYTON. C. ROSELIUS. W. C. C. CLAIBORNE. 130. T. WrbA . W. T. HEPP, 030 W. TRUNn . And at a sheseing et the Boued of D rseete This Day, THOS LAYTON, Esp. wee unanimusly sedeed Presideat. JOHN 0. DETEUX, - was dalad. paysbie em t nsat 413ly s Cmmabem~e arssltket