ss.ar nrss . am3
s tisa r., w eae
s wb5i dtlu,' L ta.M.I Týn, w
mes. whoseeMet *a-s.ls..a aIE tt ie.
sealatest ` he s le sp e at
----a..-, oeMe l" bs 'ol s he l
My atlhManatn hbee invited to an artiw ,
Inpa rar rs of the Salt., under the above
engtio" oninasted from the Locidaaa Iaet, -
di itis asted bw the
atn n nited to a dtied
torJessew th PInAt. nder the aionv
the a fe, to he
0Ln balek donated
4 aoring ehle4} to Jso failure
luIPl3-SP5 igs-tea s - the rje
a r , theel-
t ~of evry e v M4 eitlem
·it tr p4 IA'iias'e communication of
__ -ed. I t, m referred to as having ap
-'*we l' laItedm
eil iesut6 as ex
for curl traPee-oe
els taqu l ancahesr nd that raid
, iitea obL.ghl.on to nu
Votatbon, for at eIq.4jwq
Sarticle in ao the lathel ea
rumlletter ef 6th of June,
a- to Gev. i0.audim reply to the
Fater's ter of of t moth. as
poltc ached. of Motaroe
p thia aore sunbantial i te.
,. s a tho i .n ntended, and that,
easu qiasbSte tenhie tiioplan
hhe e a the4°
S edfromthe Priat ear
inl 0 p tha Iholdi teat
the~id eits ual Aget of Ids i.
4 w in hi.tne tntcono
attk~lsgain awrLlat and sairitual slty o
hn ople5 an tt bu fror theaat I hyud ist
edneeal a iorset bo seo
jlin~~i nhesteerlhtcw of the
as t ieenbe aided mhateri
ptin IM- In Uwewwldistric of the
ýst,, and gtisulaoods of the, aood
a iooiolls e eiaave peen aided huptrri
Tletared aeaescaosad arid ay the
rdeakd all- a :racrk in whict it mis
venlaltteppes tht the nobler nc.--erid
Very e tis _
my ppers on this .11W tye
You are already aware t I set Ave days
last spring at the Holyf o ins where I made a
shortretreat-the sweetest in my life. I com
menced it with the first vespers of the Annun
eiation, and closed it on the Even
Sunday. T3hoeI prayed, s our
so beantiflly ay, the bet I f
our friends-and what a list I mlo
as it-is comparatively. Loreto-ise t i hoi
of Mary, as yen know it yourself from personal
-experience; that is to say, a house' where
Christians pray as I have neve seeon people
THE FORMER TRIASURES OF LORETO.
In vain sabauld we look anwhere in tiee
Christain world for another sanctuary where
gratitude and generosity have been so admir
ably blended to enrich treasury, as in Lore
In 1604, Misson, a Protestant writer, visiting
Italy, described it in the following terms:
The treasury is a large room with a high oeil
ing beatifIully decorated. Seventeen huge
cupboards with double doore Al up the whole
ipaee inside along the walls. In none qf these
is silver admitted; this was done .the libegin
nlng, but at present such articles sr stowed
up WLer man thete cofsedly. These large
presses areTheeapoes opened but to pure gold.
precious stones, and ornaments, mre
valuable oven than gold. I would not
attempt to enumerate them; it Oe
eeds. l1 imagnnation.. To comprehend how
these immense rshaes thus aecumulated at Lo
reto, a.to bear in mind that all the aa
tionas i and princes who eacknowledge
the anut hory of the Pope, continue to bring
hecra fpe fen p indred years." So much for
a neao-.holc visitor, wiHse testimony wil
iotsuspected of oexa n.era°t " n.
In the latter aed of the eighteenth entaery,
lstpa4 of saeventeeq, we IIa that sit even
large cupboards (esaolrs) eooald sarcely hold
Ute ~uteips ph iedogs. The sim
n i -vesv large pages in.quasio,
L i Caen, one hundred years ago, pee-.
t6wety-tIe lampe of massive gold be
fort. statu; forty-seven of silver befre
the ;- twety fur otaide. before the altar
of the aio tieo and around the sacred
walls; In all, nintys r iuch lamps, burning
dy. twithot oonting those
Sorfe the naumeros Altare in the vas
abuilt over the Blessed House, nor a
silver chandelier weighing eighty
Gold Uad silver wete lterally A vished ih all
diraens. Toelve states of ohildssnin pure
-gol anduan more in silveor, were espended
roei &.the nighe in which the cedar statue
t ege from the ast with the Holy House
Is eatd There were two angels in gold,
six in silver, beadi udn ts; horus of abend
aes of alllweraina tnd the walls, sustain
inEofiv. e As to bus.t msall statues,
ba refs is slver, they were alsmost inrnmes
able. The sacred walls were wholly covered
with the ac tveos to which this honor had been
tranted. The staue itself was loaded with
preluous tones pearis and ewels of great
value The altar likewise was all avered with
Every natien was represented at Loreto by
some eial gift. Loais XIII., to thank the
Blessed Virgin for the birth of a son, Loals the
reat, after a childless union of twenty-four
yeart; ba seat to Loreto a golden infant of
tw40 - ur pounds, bore by aangel in silver
weighig over three dred poands, and two
crowas of old whtich emained on the head of
the Blesed Virgin and that of the Divine In
fant pi .the dy of vandalism brought on by
the Ba e reolain of 'L3.
y ered a ciborulam, a complete
, is of art and magniteence.
te examples the ka great cities,
noble fles, rme, s, gwri rar , semen, per
sons of all ranks and saditto, in the course
of -as accumulated gifts at Loesto to sueh an
extent that no so upon earth could be oom
nared to it in nolotof intrinsie value.
fatal experience of a pestileneagainst which
arudeace had faied, plsedln a solemn manner
all hercitizens undan the protection of Oar
Lady of Loreto. The public calamity ceased
immediately; all the sick well and not a
single new ease was head of. The following
Wear a deputation, headed the celebratd
aheur Edmand herdah Lbyotght t Lore
to, a a token of the gratitude of the city, a
magnificent chalice of a wonderfhl work, ao
compaasied with other gifts worthy of the
Queas of the GOeals. Other countries, other
cities for five hundred years, prompted dike
by faith and gratited, either gave or followed
the same example. What a sad and humiillat
ing neeesity for a French priest to be obligd
in hul to aoness that by none other but his
own nation these precious, invaluable and
sae ad tirassres wu stlean and aserilegiousl
rated ewaw in broad dapl~ to t he ternil
iame the *pLe dedwas perptrated. Bat
the Pagth Fe epulic mi met sexpeetedto
respect at wht it laid waste adt
mooLkdsnd in~alted at home.
Th perishe the mmnse atherag ol
woedae of art and raen with which the
ChirLtis world ir Avh khaed yeam had uan
eeasingly emesavmnad to hemor the Quenm of
heaven ad earth. It was an irreparab leas
for the rts sad the learned. In the arhives
of Loreta -all Blarope we deeply interested;
ther, in gr mesr, ito history ws r
corded. Under the· s -te ci cr were heng
elose to src ether, or lid up earefully to
gether, a multitude of matirpleces of- the
gat masters of the middle ages and of the
po of traseittl among pintem, sulptorrs,
jewellers, goldsmiths, etc., etc.-A-re Ma
The lPsweu's Jeerel, sPeI ing of Lord
Derby's speech in the House of Lordls, says:
Age will steal Ire from the eye and vigor
hom the mind. The Earl of Derby is not what
he was. The young Marqis of Salisbury oom
liletely eliped him. H carried of the honors
ofthe debate on the Conservative side. Lord
Derby was ineffeotive, exespt at the eole,
when he declared that his offloial life was now
ah pot life well nigh eloed, and his
natali not likely to continue long. The
agagewas taoching, and would have been
vmore eftv had he not wouad up with a
wek poteak gslt "a measure the political
folly of which It only equalled by it. meall do
linqaenmy." The ee i remurble for it
hard Orange tone. From beginning to end it
smacked of the lodge. It was a Protestant,
a if a Cathol didnot exist In Ireland.
1 asalysi, how,
ay towards the
S true ls
bihe ibY -with Hi
h. h te a ef the ani
St yilrts. of tie yolk have bariest
lebbre Billat-svauin'and Lord. hs
yriTa. he to the e clases
m o :searl ingsay d bowsoer
T he me in
Mag aee with mlLk
con a dlcicous pudding or eake.
may be added to milk tea, coffee, the
abitual beverages at two daily meals. To
any stimulating'drink, be it beer, wine or
spirita, eggs add a sustaining virtue which ren
ders less of the stimulant necegrsar. There is
no Tgetable that will not gb wenll th eggs.
Mashed potato, in partisodaris improved and
entiched. They form an excellent ingredient
in soups and broths, as the Dutch soup, made
of broth thickened with yolk of egg, and of
course not raised to the point of coaulsation
of albumen; or they-may be hald-bonled and
rubbed unl n a granular' atte. To all over
salted, dried, indigeetible, stimulating articles,
as salt ham, sa. ish, and the like, eggs are
added" to obtund their acrimony and confer
freshness and digestibility. Conversely, there
is one defect in eggs as an article of diet for
the active adult-their insipidity, their want
of proprrties which stimulate the liver and
bowels, and the consequent accusation that
they are heavy, cloying, bilious and constipa
ting. All these may be remedied by the addi
tion of highly jeasoned pungent articles, of
which water creases and other kinds of salad
are the readiest for those who have no access
to a greater variety of vegetables. Whether
raw eggs be mixed With salad, or savory herbs
be cookec with eggs into an omelette, the
resnul is ghly nutritive at little cost. Of
course either combination should be eaten with
plentyof lbroad. iut it would be imppesible
In the limt of an article even to hint pt the
onutlines of. t dietetic use of eggs.
What is Sds daer.--The British Mediel Jour
sal has been trying to find out what it is, by
analysing fourteen different kinds, sold under
varises names. It is curious that the differ
enoes of composition are foued to be very wide
indeed, aud that only one kind was found to
have any proper claim to its name. Many of
them had nothing at all in them likely to be
sefua for.the dydpeptio. The British Pharma
oopmia prescribes fifteen grainsof bicarbonate
of soda to the bottle; and when a medical
man crders soda water, that is what he expects
his order to prodae*. Only one specimen of
soda water among the fourteen examined came
up to this standard. Five of the specimens
were altogether devoidof alkali. This is mainly
important to those who desire a truly alkaline
water, and for whom such drinks are ordered.
For those who drink soda water as a purely
"aerated water" agreeably charged with gas,
the quantity of bioarbonate of soda is unim
portant. But there are many who have good
.easons for wishing to eorreSt the aeidity of
their wines, and to aid their digestion by an
alkaline water. Such persons are apt to be
very much misled at present by drinking many
of the bevsrages sold as soda water, but which
are truly only carbonic soda water, and should
be so called.
Ancient Irish Costsse.-In 1824, a male body,
completely clad in woolen antique garments,
was found in a bog near Sligo,-six feet below
the surface; and so perfect was the body when
first discovered, that a magistrate was called
upon to hold an inquest on- it. The garments
also were in such complete preservation that a
photograph was made of a person clad in this
antique suit; with the exception of the shoes,
which were too small for any adult of our day.
The costume of this ancient Irish gentleman
was exceedingly picturesque, consisting of
trews of a plaid pattern, made wide above,
like Turkish trowsers,-but fitting close to the
leg and ankle; over them was a tunio of soft
cloth; most elaborately gored and gusseted,
showing high perfection in the tailoring art.
The skirt of the tunic, which extends to the
rkee, was set on fall, and measured eight feet
in circumference at the bottom. The sleeves
we tightand open at the elbow like an-Al
hanisn aekrt. and over all was thrown the
immemorial Irish mantle, invariably worn-so
it passed into a lCoverb among the Welsh,
"Like aa Irishman for the cloak.
How Mibles are Made.-There is something
very ingenious in the manufacture of these
toys. The greater part of them are made of
a ard stone found near Coburg, in Saxony.
The stone is first broken with a hammer into
small cubical fragments, and about a hundred
or a hundred and fifty of these are ground at
one time in a mill, somewhat resembling a
sour mill. The lower stone, which Wpmains at
rest, has several concentric circular grooves.
The upper stone Is of the same diameter as the
lower, and is made to revolve by water or wind
power. Minute streams of water are directed
into the furrows of the lower stone. The
pressure of the runners on the little pieces
rolls them over in all directions, and in a quar
ter of an hour the whole of the rough rg
Gwstare Dov acd the Paris Rjotk.----GOstar'e
Dore, the well-known painter, went out, like
evesrbody else, to see the rtint in Paris. He
was in his working clothes, that is, in a blouse,
and was mistaken for a gamin from his youth
fal g~geprance. Some of the individuals who
sow money to reap disturbance were doubtless
led into error by that circumstance; foron
Dore feeling some one touch his pocket, he put
bhis hand into it and found there a five-franc
piece, which he had never placed there. On
the strengthof his costume and face, he was
paid to aid in the riot._
Charles Elam, M. D., of London, in a paper
beara the title of "Medicine. Disease and
l)eatB, claims that medical science, or rather
medical control over disease in general, has re
treograded, instead of advanced, with the won
delthl development, within the past thirty
years, of the sciences tributary to medicine.
In support of this theory, he shows, by the
retnrns of the Registrar-General, that the
death-rate is London has been steadily in
creasing, and the &verago of ages steadily de
creasing, since 1841.
The o1rgress made in piercing the tunnel
through the Alps continues to be most satis
factory. Of the length of 13,40 0 yards, origin
ally contracted for, to be tunneled, they had
oat through, on the 1st of May 1iCe, 10) 900
yards, leaving only 2t100 yards ti be pierced at
that day. Calculating for the future an aver
age monithly cutting of 120 yards, we may ex
pect this immense undertaking to be completed
in about two years hence.
A lie will travel from Maine to Georgia
while the truth is putting on her boots
S o as, m to . ,
N' e ewOyr aemee,,
Sc... as andl Dassmy.y
3 North steet oppeslte afettes, sr sete.m
Ocee-- T0 Cowqm
eerral Cspermanns; Btee i. os
.fll asond.itsf. Ir ane. p t
Sez EOPAs PYSIFICIA
Opeeu sei the meal ibteoate x thetas.
Wm-RaW w Royal Ia romsr.
spastreetn soweleialan mpsartre
t 1o we shonton hdreda w ore Cnotnteb
toi" thLeomou b enmrPnt hea aerad
bo'eIs ooL eai aeseL o sP r. lU l
J . RELDEL, DH. B.
HOMEOPA f Ipp PRYBICICAI T
0oe Hoservelto s A. t ttet. RI 7.tL 1.
po 0uni, lU Cnp stunet, ,
apm nd apt in h senor ssteh's xe b.l
IG DR. SATEET Rwh NO GOLDbI h
14 Washlington street. cornerConstance,
Ne rmoedto Orleans,
Ofnfer her services to the public for the Cure oC Teetrh,
t North Street, opposte. Lh.eteo %aoe.
tpoefrully the a ien e .ei New teeI n tht
he pne Mai opeOlan onr the TEETH inmy. et
Skilful and auloactor mnne. His prcs at
J W.DE HASTT
as methd of DENTISTi
Noha t door to Lopes Copprobtioa endry. rely
man be conllu t ted at his ngeloe, systew hitherto Is
vnted,145 Canal strestoring per of Bourbon. d
Swho de sire goodt oprti bthe e oe durer. d beau
tiheul riorital wor wf above. WnAe Hral Teethe mo b
too pred mensn by hpainless ho perate eons will bthe hed.
cthofthem. to require any enumerating. Perousdeel
Person desiring teeth inselvte the same day their teethl
end enamine his sopcrmeo Dr. Wset's method odhFILL.
N8 TEETH alOh GL Dt eohines the mhdetr i
oemonsyrToe Thdientre sdot wl t ud thsese statemet
The s-eptly aod serupDlour ley cret.f Tth ee
Teoth extracted wltaout p ejain. tsl is
R. J. N. BEARDPP.
Hs remofie, 1t 3 Canal Street. e rlns
Od i prepours from tteI to 3 P. ats. m th lyTeet
In (Latthe istant to em Dr. TSLhe, Paro is
Sthe 140t thi .............. nal Street Olo..............ld b140
OmEi ouent Ia iL tor e clockr mChyrb ly
th entpc a GLO ins d ber the& KLE. PT
treethd withoot p ain . thO IF
., A.DE HART.
5--............ C- LERCIL ALLEE...............5
Nstedoorv N to L'Ornaleetioans. r pl ly
Alexi s Robertt hal J. Robtma.
A JA P. ROBERT,
ATTONEYS AT LA.W
316 ............ . . .31
OHN J. AINNLL ,
. J DENTIST,
C127 ....e co.......lted at his ........... e,
145tw Canal trt, corner of Bosrbon.
ll who desire good opnmberations, or durable and bea300.)
tiful Artifdial work. wI call as above. Al the must
pproved means for painless operatlon wi be sed.
Persons dtairing teeth Inserted the same day their teth
are extrated, OMwill please ca before 1 a. l ow
De of harLONEY. DTIST,
SST. ND EW, N AR A A...............................I T
l respaetfiely inte those resiuiag test dau
denial oparatloas, tari have tdosdhte earze. so as
to 306 be withn the means of all Teeth insrteon gold
slnminium, robber aud silver, with or without extract
ing the roots by a ew process. AD gurantAeed,
the mnefromy rethe coun. The dotor was awattenrded the o.t
pprice-a gold medal-for the beet sets of artifolal teeth.
T34eth etrcted ithot pain, b the usorne ofMa ntroket,
oxidow g lam. msl8 ly
DR. J. C. HEARD.
OffBankers ice, 132 Canal Street.
Residenoe, t16 Camp street,
Collcetiona from I to 3 p. le. mh2l y
DR JULon NIUS HO E Eand l
O C U LIST.
(Late Assistant to Dr. Sichel, Parts)
140..... Canal Street.............140
OficeHours-l1 to o'clock. mbhl ly
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office-No. i Chiup street,
d27 ly NEW ORLEANS.
S............. COSIIERCIAL ALLEY-.............5
New Orleans. pll ly
Ali stobert. Paul J. LoerLt
A. P. ROBERT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
31..- -.. . ........Royal Street..........31
JOHN J, FINNET,
ATTORNEY. AT LAW,
d13 lyN NEW ORLEANS.
Thls eon England, Jefl tin
PRO .- AL CARDS.
em, SM Jua Sam7e, betwevm thm ýhU.
R. o a J rsN4 t
Arwcnw rywe .es,,. lj..,
see....., ...raC sYdw A.U " .......... -
Magg ai alugasa hm far the PAIN
0 es e eiatsth. J* ly
D t. FIANx U. DNNIS.,
Omee 379 Conanon street,
Ofiee 19 to 4 ands to r. m. feb14 Sm
ms. J. B~ D RN8ON.
Ob., to street, corner of Liberty.
I ets b %e iSA. AL, and 4 to 6 r. x.
Residenee 40 Caandelet strreet. mblS ly
. . 7 . W RI'GH([?
Bas reduced his already Low Dental Charges
,Vree.-fiCanal street, near Rampart. feb7 om
G. JFt RIEDsuCH.,
155..........8t. Charles Street...... _...155
feb14 ly Corner Girod.
D$. O. o. COCHBAN ,
Pays special attention to Fillingnd Preserving the Nat.
ural Teeth; also, to insarting Artiicial Teeth, at prtce
within the tesch of all.
Office and residene e M Maga street, earner of Sk
Andrew, over traseerlna & Co.'s dry goods store, en
trance on St. Andrew street. mbl4 Sm
D. M. 0. EUGUoZS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
34.............St. Peter Street ...........34
not I .. _ ew Orlann.
BAKERIES AND CONPECTOR ARIES.
McKENINA' SODA SALOON,
68 Camp treet.
IL MeKENNA interns hic Weeds and the publc
that he has opned a Saloo for S¶DA. MEAD and
PASTRY. at he above number wand e loes the pub.
li wll exte4d tehim the eme eraf pto&i tuat be
had at his old plae, ca.mer Cu-and qi
a *s A GARET,"--(XAEGAR. K uHeAGHmY
BREAD AND CRACKERS BAKER,
74,76 and 78... New Leveee...74, 76, and 78
Near Poydra street, New Orlem
- eeps constantly on hand a large aesortment of
BRAAD,. CREAM BISCUITS, and CRACKERg
of every description; all made by machinery, at lowest
market prices. mh7 ly
BRAY'S CELELRATED HOME MADE CANDY
W]L II. BRAY would respectfully inform his friend
and former patrons that he has removed his
HOME MADE CANDY ESTA rLIS!M~r r
from his old stand on Camp street, near Girod street, to
223 Canal street, near Rampart,
w-here he desires a continuance of their patronage.
In addition to the Home Made Candy, he keeps con
stantly on hand, a Choice Aasortment of CONFEC
TIONERY. _ _ myl 3m*
E RNEST TURPIN,
of Stick Cndy, Fancy Candles, Choerlate, Cream
Drops, Sugar Almosnda Reek Cady. Jujube Paste,
Gum- Drops, and Syrup, by steam. Impoartr of
French Ornaments, such a Cupsd, FlIowers, Gum
Leaves, Dauphina Decorated Toy. Cosaques,. Fancy
Paper-for lake Stands or Bongoqate, Cartonne or
Fancy Boxes for Chitmas or Now Year Presents, Cor.
_3....... .. OLD LEVEE fIET ..........
Between St. Lonis andCCntl streets, Now Orleana, La
MILLINERS AND DRESS MAKERS.
JADAME OLYMPE BEG8 TO INFORM THE
Ladies that her Store
WAS TRANSFERRED ON MONDAY, 30 OF MAY,
No. 144 CANAL STREET,
In the building formerly known as the Maion Doree.
A. RJwSUMIIOGEi AISD DEALER e g
TRUNKS, VALISES AND TRAVELING BAGS
106 Camp street Factory 77 Melpom e street
Also. Trunks neatly repapred and delpreted free o
charge apL is
SOUTHERN CARRIAGE STABLE,
Between Carondelet and St. Charles
Open ad Closed CARRIAGES for hire day o night
at moderate ratea _ _ r1
W ILLIAM PHILLIPS'
180............Calliope Street........ -O---.
Fine Open and Close CARRIAGES for hire at prices
to correspond with the times.
Orders for Weddings and Parties promptly atleed
to. we ey
PETE $ MARES PL'TMU3 MERCH&7NT,
And proprietor 0 the Crsoent Pilag Mn1e
ornerofBenton aod uphresiue treet. Eilb Sewed
to order. New Baetn, Shell RoadSide, New Orleans
A large supply of Dressed Flooring. Ceiling. Shelving
and Weather Bodnin; als Rough Yellow Pine an
Cypress Lumber, OLtir and igls Ordes le ft as Be
hl, erchant' ltxchage. Partccla attention paid to
shipments. 14 lv
SOUTHERN PLASTIC SLATE ROOFING CO.,
Office, 91 Magazine street,
NEW ORLEAts, LA.
Stand~rd FIRE PROOF ROOFS, equal in dmurbility,
end far supnerior in other reepecte, to sheet Slate. put on
at a much less cost. This RLoofing is hadapted to steep -s
wrell as to fiat roofs, making of valley gutters, etc., etc.,
thereby dispensing with tse use of metal for that pur
pse. It weigh muh lees to the ,Uare than sbee
rate: stof tportatim comparatively smai; and
the mode of application qulte silmpe ; does not afeci
but rather inmproves the water. No painti g is runlred.
It can he applied to the sides of buildings as well as the
roof, making tio whole ire proof. An a o vering for
Steamboat .on, it ti superor to anything in use.
Parties intereated can ms referred to numerouss reo
in our city. some of them the largest constructod in the
citf during the )ast year.
S.ommunicatntR addressed to EDW'D THOMPEON,
Secretary andcr surer, will receive prompt attention.
GROCER.S-- .IO .. WI "U cI
V ....m - a -.---
FANCY AND PAmILY OGDOCXXm
Oamtmtly m bml a me a eiumy
Faey oemie. Fln* W.ines Ch.. .
.CaI, o ad .I. e, .,ma ,.
,°roaanor a Amtl S teaM .
. d,, p lamest ýºeaa lil iii
? Vominsw Onan AMP 3. Mas
,A,,. *,,mi aclTe o.
A, x u' , 3f
ormme at rcata J msys: "
eaqma .saay ain ba a Ch" 4a --
A. .. A ON r ca. f tmsaes. i .
Cornet Jactit cad w r
Gooae deo.vered oe s n har e iy
c. Doris. J %L .A is
DOYLES A AYM,
WHOLESALE OEOO DU,
And Dealers in TEAaWflts XJQraORa Ma.
107 ............ - ae i ............
fel ly New Orons
C EBC ET GROCERY.
Whole.ale and Retail PAMYIL GROCER Choice
WelNES, LeUORS, ad TRIo.
Corner er stee, tn a Urael s·eBaste
City nd country orders solicited, and noctuallyt.
E. CornY. . COMER?, JR.
E. CONKE & SONY
nGROCER, COMMISSION MERCHANTrS,
DEALERS IN-WESTERN PRODUCI,
oB.........'' sAnAzz" sn reET............g
cl0i ly .New Orleans.
IARK R. GILLIN
Wishes to inform.lhs frends and the public that ar
many years in the employment of *. LZU, Esq.Jhe
Uas commenced business h bi ow eaeeoat, ad opeusa
A CHOICE FAMILY GROCERY STOBE,
corner of Laurel and n.cbaao aret**
Fine TEAS end Gelsen TTER always on hand.
and old GCheap fLc CaD. feb14 em
T. J. CLARKE,
CHEAPE GP ROCEE
Corner of S. anndrew and Laurel treet
w mlo Groserle, Wi se. otdQs sf
KAIBL' OLYR$. ALWSED DASAXLI.
G LYNN & DANAO IN,
WHOLESALENT I GROCERS
AND COS MMISSIOK.MRCRANTS,
854............ Poyda Otret _.-......84
mhl4 ly New Orleans.
W. l4so. a. a. eads
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
And dealers in WUIEB LQUORS, and
Corner Canal d Fntse
fetl Sm New Orleans.
pHILIP IcCA ,BE,
COPPER, TIN. AND sBZr.-IBI WORKER
DEALE IN STOVES AND GRATES,
-. ............. .aMP4 TRuurr .............. 1
Boeing, Guttering, and all kinds of Jobbing doe.
A lrge amsortment of TIN WARE always on bd,
and made to order. myJI ly
s 0an o'soDnu . MATIrrW IAGInsa.
O'QOURKE " MEAGHER.
STEAM BOILER MANLUPACTURES
Nos. 183 and 185 Falten, mad 1 New Levee streets,
between St. Jileegh and blita streets.
Low Preeeure Locometiv,¶ Fined and Cyltnderoll
er, Clarifiers, libters and Jubes s made sthe ahut
Will make contractefor Boilers, and ailsee-ssary se
nections, such as Fire Fruits, Grate Bars, Steam and
Stand Pipe. Valves, eto. Chimneys and Breeehia& ali
of which wlm be furnished et the owest
in the clty or eleewbere.
call and remaes er work sai price. 0S" y
D). McK NDRIOK,
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER,
GAS FITTER., hc.,
Between Race and Robin,
Ad material in the lin h frniabsd at the Lowes Mar
Icet Rates, and competent, expenemoed Machbnal oi
same terms, at shortest notice. mbhi I
JOW N i'nrrat. M. . ArruL sts.
MCINTYBE do APPIUGALE,
Water t in Wofh ede B ,Kiiekaasld a . Bo
ad iotrc Pumid. she.tendICmdliSu
Bua anad W CoOO .pa
14 .............:.POYDAS STREETr ...... .... 11S
n. I .- es a Coiwel, Maw A Wilad's Pa
neHant done. AI
C . HARTWELL.
PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER,
42........... Baronne Street............4
setween Commea and Grsvier, New Orems.
Beto Cold, end Shower thiga Appae5t5e, Wlte
Clees,, --- P--m.-s..ednrvdemt
Wer Ppee.- G_ Cande.l. kin.-.. e tc.. wefuc l
itted up. Jobbing attended to an the most
terms j.3 m
ROUST B. EASIY I ON AND BRA S
No. 38 Erato street.
tWhile remturning my thnks for the patrons ,'
stowed upon me, I tke this opportunity of inferd5
the public tho t I o onitu to do work an repi3em.
kinds of muinery. OrdUrs eecuted with .s tee_
care and dispatch. emi m
STONE, MABBLP YA>tD. and Depot fur BihW~r
Moon) menta Tombs, Lintes, Deer Ses,
Marble Tiles, ad Flagstones. ..
Sbhe trade supplied. m 1
MAnLE rEs............. vABLE WO
Washington street, corner of St. street
Special attention given i TOMB BU )ING, sad a
Marble work in general. bsl Iy
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