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PArmrae lawmssAmong ouar recently we turned eitisens, we w last week glad to see pattick irwin, Z'Eq., after a -brief tour to sfal Europe. His numerope frieots wmt be glad toJul see that he bears evidseo of the trip agreeing e with him, We doubt if in his extendede travels ies he met witha more publio spirited or entter- sag prising individual. We are sure none could aim ble cnounterSd who more modestly .wears de- Ma served honors, aud tho esteem in wlich he is cits held by his fellow citizens. La Mr. Nicholas Burke, who has beenabsent for roe a few months, we are glad to see back again, the hearing unmniatalable evidence that the visit of to his sivi lrtd" has had the effcet'of rqju- Ar venating hinm. the NEW P.A'ER.-The Dailty 'etrs, a now candi- rec date for public favor, appeared Monday worn- pre ing last, presenting a very creditable appear- a r ance, typdgraphically, and the collating and plh editing departments evince tact and inldustry. fro W\e wish the proprietors, Messrs. J. II. Keefe so and W. Il.Bloomtfleld, the fullest realization of of their hopes and expectations. an Trsn. '1iEs.-Onr cotemporary, the New Or- w leans Timni, appeared on Sunday last in a new th1 dress, in unticipation of the anniversary of its th sixth year. The history of this journal, froet ex its inception by the lato W.11. C. King to this, tic its latest inmprovement, shows a degree of en- th terprize fully equal to, if it does not surpass, the requirements of this fast age. We con gratulate the managers on the deserved pros perity it'enjoys, and an unlimited increase of Ti its unparalleled patronage. L)oLTOsI:n DISAGOIEE.--As there has been ino is epidemic this summiTer, the doctors, to keep ca their hands in, have undertaken to operate on of one another. The controversy between the of gentlemen of the Orleans Intlirmary and the ti Medical Association shows some little infirmity of mind. The following is a specimen of eT scalpel logic: "Any man man y .be proud to g walk through a door of reconciliation; up WW gentleman will abase himself to crawl through l a hole of adjustmtentt." Are we to have a g revival of the "Medico-Snrgico " controversy i which agitated and amused the New Orleans public sotme thirty years ago I Alas! we Inck the sharp actents of " Faithful and Bold" to tc point a luoral or adlorn a tale! lm THE TRUE: S.IatcT.-llishop Bacon, onlearning ti of the itnjury to a dwelling-houso in Portland, It Maine, by the fall of the spire of the new ts Catholic Cathedral, offered to have it repaired p at Lhs own expense. Offer accepted. TAT Fl-ao.-At a celebration in honor of n Prince Arthur, at London, C. WV., on the 23d li inst., an American flag, h'lch had. been hung a among the decorations, was pulled down and I torn to pieces. Where is Gen Dix t There was something or other done to a flag on a revenue ti cutter in this city, about which he kicked up j, a bobbery. The Canadians had better look t out, or he'll give them the Dix-ens. a JEFFERSOS.-The threatened interregnum in this thriving burg has been averted. The lMayor, Mr. Lareeche, has been restored, those a who threatened to unhorse him having thought t better of it. We are under obligation to the officers of etcamer Lotus No. 3: for favors conferred. FATIn.ct OF Ax ExnLauH INseUANCE CosM v.is.-The failure of the "Albert Insurance Company" in London, has created the greatest commotion among a large class of persons in terested in insurance-fully equal to that I caused by the failure of Overend, Gurney & r Co. The loss is a severe one, and comes heavily upon a body which can ill afford it. The moral to be drawn is, that insurers should take every 'precaution before taking out policies. Sonte persons insuring their lives do not use, in selecting their otlice, the care they would take i in buying a poudul of tea. The Albert Life In suniance Company -las founded sonme thirty its effort- to, ttnllottli.ze it paid too tlltuch ill the ah,.rl.,t;iot of other companieiis, anld reek les'teas i:n tlt, tlhransaction of its IndianI afflirs prerilpitatd.l the inevitable issue. This failure has caust.dl considerable trepidation amlong the nsburedt ,n this side, but we think without suftiieent c:taltuse. (Our IsutiraIce Comnpanies transact htsintess ont a it ehlt safer basis, and the laws regulttintg them are mucih Itore strin gent than those p1revalent ill England. Still it behoonves every intending insurer to scru offices. We confidently refer to the Insusrance Offices advertisedl in the Mounnxt. STRn, whose well known faithful management give the am plest causeofor reliance on their integrity. MA.~zoCT.--The New York Tribute, in tan article which assumes to be facotioue, glories in the destraction of the Boston Coliseum, by tlc recent terrific storm, to prevent its being used for a concert-the preparation for which has engaged the earnest purpose .of Boston Catholics for months-the proceeds frot whMfch were to go to themaintencinio of a necessitous nasylum of orphans. So much for the philoso phloaL philanthropist. lIis literal words are, " Well, we have cause to be thankful, anyhow, that the vulgar proposal to get rid of the Coli soum in a G(rand Gift Distrilbution Concert has come to nIaught." Bat the philosopher can shed tears over what are irreverently caled ' nigger babies." Board of Aldermslet,-Te tesolktion of the Iower Board calling eotheNtl. cia da-4 official statement of the recent sale of city botds, was adopted. The City Surveyor an nounced the appointment of a deputy surveyor and draughtsmtan, which was aproved. A com munication was received from Thomas Laytoa, President of the Southern Bank, Fiscal Agent of the city, and was approved by resolution. Resolutions renlating to wharves and wells were referred to Streets and Landings Com mittee. A communieatlooa from 0. F. Brott, proposing to drain the city, was referred. A ommnrmnlcatiaot was receilved frola Mr. Blan ____~ the City M9$t ..ThIeN w otitse a the Water Works-ordinance providing for, the appoint ment of oomatieilnoirs, was~abrogated. j Bearmd of Aaimwsnt Asieense.--'he Treasurer's nun weekly report showed: Receipts, SfU5; ~e; L penditurgs, $1027; baladee on hand, $616i, The diec stasseent in the Msyor's uessage that the T July interest on the Water Works bonds had whl begn provide-ffor,' caused an exetted disoeus eion, which terminated in terrmitting said moes sage to be withdrawn for the. purpose of amendment. A message was. received from the in I Mayer relating to protecting the rear of the city from overflow-referred to the Streets and . Landings Commnittee. A communication was received from the Fiscal Agent in refeience to his the sale of bonds to replace the indebtedness ma of the city to thoe'iilfk and McDenogh omnds. A resolntionlfronm the uipper Board approving boi the sale of the bonds under *discussion, was o received, which, with an amendment, after prolonged discussion, was laid over, awaiting an a report from the Finance Committee, to ex- A plain matterp. Commiinitcatlons were recei'vd from-the City Surveyor and Street Commis- bll sioner, complaining of negligence on the part ýs of the proper committees to place funds or authority a ttheir disposal, so that necessary cll Sworks and repairs should be effected. A comn- c mnnication from the Fisecal Agent, announcing the sale of $612,UU00 seven per cent bonds was l receivedl. The confused proceedings on this exciting topic leave the result of the delibera tions in doubt, but it is believed the action of the Agent was not approved. lk SW PUWL ICATIONS. "t. f The Catholic W'ort . October. a This invaluabl b lonthly has rendered, and r is still rendering ngiodly service to the ni p cause of truth and hteousness. The titles 'ti i of many of the articlch in the following table e of contents will suggest the mode by which NI this is accomplished: : - w y Contents-An Imaginary Contradiction; Sa cred Ambition; 'Pagauina ; The Council of la Trent; Angela; Morality of thel City of Roiue; 0 St. Orin's Priory; Appeat to Young Christian p W1omen; Lost a:nd tFound;T''he Church itn Paris I and France; Total Eclipse of August; Religion tl ill Prison; Catholicity and Ianitheism; The t t Seven Bishops. . ie.w Eleclir. October. f This magazine, which has been in existence h three years, and which has recently been in corporated with The Load VWe Lore, may be placed among the first of Southern publica- si g tions. At this time, when persons are in the habit of choosing tlheir periodicals for the win- It t ter, it is mete that they should patronize a o d periodical published in their interest, and which therNorthern and Southern press pro nounce to be the peer of any magazine pub d lished in America, both in its literary standard g and the attractiveness of its typography. id The Little Corporal. October. e as This brilliant Western juvenile, which elaims t me to have a larger circulation than any other a 1p juvenile magazine in the world, and to be bet k ter worth the money than any other magazine, announces that is will be sent free for October, t Ia November and December of this year to all 4 new subscribers for the new year whose names and money are sent to the publishers before ht the last of October. Now is the tin1e to begin. Price, one dollar. of NEWS 1B TELEGRAPJi. Looosy, Sept. 19.-The Bishop of Exeter I died yesterday, aged ninety years. It is esti ce mated that one hundred and twenty vessels jst were wrecked in the late gale, and several hundred seamnen injured. LoiNKIONDEnliy, Sept. 19.-A formuidable riot at between the striking porters and those who & refused to strike, supplorted by friends, was ily dispersed by the military. Several were in jl urel, but none killed. LoNLioN, Sept. 29.-The Times says: The ry Spanish have found their advantage iin I grand le display of patriotism and national courage. They ulet an imttagimied affront with imnnediiate itl defence; though tIheir threatened idversaoiry ke is ten tirns more liOwerfill thin: the iselves. [ln Sicklhsis mnanifesting alarm at the result of hii liroceedings and has reluested further in i stlinctions. l'eodihg a reply from WVashinigtoni t1 t ues-irsst, 4io-tbr*ewtaiau'.l-to..- - I M.,lun, Srpt. i 2.--Prilm L neid hers to l day. The Council reolved to iuse erv ettirt k- s ,ie la. andtl di.patcit more troop il t il ,s itsiland of Cubaii. General l'ierrad arrived at re Larragi lesi, lday and the liepnhliucais icrlilnt' tIe I grnat dellliaonsi tuioii ini his ihonor. aii there wis scial disturburnees-critrcg-ticl tie tiat (ioverr ii's Secretary was killed. At this es jinictiire of aft'airs tlhe anthlioritiesIoik vigcrou, u i tilpsi alid iuan}- lternsi were arre:lsted, cliuls dispersed, ound tile volunlteers of liberty din li- armed. Orders .were at once isiued for the till arrtest of Piernradl. - in- llAl .s, Sept. 2 -TIht *Empeiror presided at the couiicil of Ministers to-day. Eviulence has nce woanln slid live children recently found dead ose wcre nulde red ly lher hilslball and eldest son. YAimloli'rri, N. 8., Sept 22.-Lighitninlgi killed - Mr.- and Mrs. liamnilton, and bulrned their house with a bed-ridden daughter in it. res B nlEFIT 01o ST. ~YCLYTr'8 ASYL'M.-Thii entertainment which cl to be given On the tiith and i27th by instant at the Fair Grounds,. has engaged the irbest aten. ng tion of its publicspirited proioctors for aonle wiveeks. ieh anid no pains have been u1parnId to mnake it an attractive lion and slcceelsflI affair. The lnlstitutliin on lIuOe lbehalf .1af thidlisplay isminaile sllhilhly delervingon, sheltering osa sIt does hunldreds uflllelluss ones, whose only resoircee ilein the irotctlng care of the gooild Siters. andt tilh syn Os- pathy of a generous pablic. The progrualne for tlhe are, oreisiin pUrsoots snoue novelty, whicbh pronises ito he ow, highly enitertating. Let there be a generour n emulatioi oli- ill the goot cau--letl the iomates of tlie infant AoIylu t has have cause to riJolo---i who plarticipate will liave an gronnds to rejoice. ot aTherer areense auyngrs that mbody a gret deal of wisdom'. 7eriaal 5-.l)i5 altist your tesculls Ia, longer lhan yOOpltitas. 1g·Ihea)fcaiu yolur cloit the ieflre yan tart, P th en ot your hollday suit oacordi oicly. The inlau import si heh Is. that people shoudI city v4h. s a pair of hoots, shoes or ml 'r s yen an- bring onrkeWtNrrlgllr c)il7;rup tne i ui syOr pglarly--will Inceate to yaon snerrlsil4 where these ar ticles are to le found--the best of their kind, the cheap :oli e et, nddertlm oU quality--the most econunuie/l. con. ton, siderigheir enrablllty--ndthst Is at Oflynn &Wln.e'., if1o.Onsip street. It yno rely io nor esperienc, tbh gent caine reult is arrived at, for once Junrehlsing there, you iol. soliherm ca" the "Inlaclive mneihot ;' lii It WIll lie a rolls fnrt-iinate caethodil I ii the etfreet of indicing all to, geIt their hoots suit shoes at Glynn & Winta. rott, The attention of our readers is calleil to ti-e I. A adioertlsenlinit ,ii Mesrsc. A. W'. SLsrdoun & to.. w-hieh will well repay s luerpua| iiy those In want of froM gc lan-I ceries, wios, liquers, etc. - -oo ,m tfie i No? z t..rman' . - I , China sje~ds forty esllIWt sdlats Y4 T num for opium. * ipleb Lady Pilneraton, wiow oii mea ge Premier, to died on the 11th inst. - w They ktve in Germnany, qfpilg aabi esh tioz whlch go by elck-worr. The London Tuxes publishes an amusing a count ofGo rIaldriai's f~rmlz " The recent safe of Agrlioilral College lands Eat .in Kansas realized nearly 82,0000000. The stoets of Londba placed in a gungle line as would reach fromu Liverpool to New York. . The moose made game of Prime Arthnr in at his late hunting bout, for not one of thta s Mo made a sign. The Prince Imperfil is to -be attended by.p re body uaird.of.Corsicau youths during his stay . on Ute island. The Albany Typographical Union has made an appropriation of $1UM) for the relief. of the Avondale sufferers. The loss of Kavansugh & Decker, the noted billiard table manufacturers, by the late firb, waas over $150,000. - The wie g'oters of Bttrgnndy have already e ,i christened their "coming crop. It is to be Mj called "concile wine." sa There is three times as much travel by ontni b"us in Paris that .there is in London, and- the fare is much lower. i Arrangements have been made to repeat the ns Boston Peace Jubilee at the Crystal Palace at Sydenhabn, England. ci The death of E. T. Benson, a Moriffi ipos- is tle, is announced, "leaving ttelve wives and 111 a regiment of children." be Td 'hq Gamngeo meat-preserving process is pro- nI e nounced a humbug. Although the flesh does rfZ ns ot decay. it becomes sour. C e By the published bank reports, it appears TI h New Orleans banks have $190,00 only in specie, Ii while those of Texas have $400,000. et Two children, aged about seven years, were re ,f lately beforo a London police court, charged I m with picking pockets. Precocious! is The European papers recently announced ai 11 that there were seven of the United States di- t plomatists at one time in Homburg. I" A lien in Winstead, Conn., has been setting Ib for-several weeks on seven potatoes, which a, 'O have sprouted and grown above her head. ° I-. Horse Flesh and Fish-On President Grant's. t late return to Washington, he first visited his ri stables and then had a conference with Fishb. The manufacturers of sewing needles at Aix cl la Chapelle, France, cannot supply the numer- . ous orders--especially from Asia and America. A newspaper has appeared in Madrid called a the Gnillotia, which recolulmncds the most b rd sanguinary measures towards intractable pa- r triots. The medical faculty of Paris have recently conferred the degree of Doctor of Medicine on 5s three ladies-a Frenchwoman, a Russian and r an American. t- Large crowds, of all denominations, lately t, assembled round St. Joseph's Church, Buffalo, sr, to listen to the first performance of the bells, ll 42 in number. . . ` An immense annexation meeting was held in ,re Quebec week before last, at which resolutions i. were passed to ask permission for a union with the United States. The Cuban Junta, in gratitude for Secretary 1 Rawlins's sympathy for the Cuban cause, has tcr presented Mrs. Rawlins. with $30,00'7in bonds ti- of the nascent republic. Bla The late Senator Fessenden only knew who ca his mother was after he arrived at manhood. lot The stain on his birth is said to have weighed ho heavily on him all his life. A New York paper assures us that Mrs. Dr. Lozier, of that city, has a practice which yields 'he her an income of $'20,o000, and that the best lphysicians hold consultations with her. te Mrs. Cady Stanton, in a recent speech said rY that she "had been studlvinj, Job's wife lately, Sanud foulld her really a remarkalle woman." in- Her "rem.llarlls" onl record are ratlherug:ainst her Samiability. "tle - fr.l ti f -t.rrmAmrt'.l-i ,ttin. S.a-LCr -Ii tl adjustment of d;a itms under the Oregon treaty have given an award of U-;I,IIIII in g,'hl to the Ht liudson 1 ay Cuomllany, in extictiuct or their re possetssry rights. h The highwalymenl who rotbbed thelonutana is. ,xpress recently were folluwe\'d by ain lhrlied .ttwho SuIcceedled in killing one of t e rob ein- hers, Iadly wounding another, aid recovering the a portion of the stolen treasure. . at I rinuds to the amount of several hundred has thousand dollars have been discovered in the cal " ew. or eou s Conern. The R on. Dr. Porter and his son are implicated. Can't lted Bhecher give the brethren a parable t eir By the annual report of the English Post master General, it appears that last year no . fewer than 13,833 letters were posted without hleI any address, and that of these letters 251 con -n- itained sums of money amounting to $40,tx). -k*s A man by the name of James Thomas, a tiv, Leeds publican, has been lined for getting hallf Itrunk in his own house. If an Englishman's iang house is his castle, his boasted independlence in it is a myth if hlie can't get how-comr-yon-so the in it. I e In Montrseal, recently, a trial came off test Ion ing the validityof a mnaninge between a white n and an Indian; 4t war lironounced legal, and a1re 'a subselquent marriage of tile same white man with a whiite woman was pronounced illegal ent and the offspring illegitimate. The case in s'i volved $300,000 besides. onrd Two Scotch gentlemen, accountred in High s land costume, arC traveling on the continent i for a wager that they will talk nothing but _ Gaelic during their travels. About 25 years re a go aSooteh gentleman played the bag-pipes in this, among other cities, for a wager. The latter being a gag to draw audiences. Mrs. Lucy Morehouse Patten has Bees Sp I pointed postmistress of Louatville. The devo al to tion of ladies to letters deserves this recogni tion of service on the part of the fair sex. tle Gentlemen, mind your p's and q's-not the bihl Chinese aPendage-this is bat a beginning of 1 b tt the coming revolution. 2i ft0s,'rer o as rlnd sswa '. Th.Emjperow'. s4 rt` obe de.i ple 0oo. _ a - I h whetos " I4. . r..e 3sa w 18, 1 . Editoras erglg Star snd Cataolle esigter This parsh ud -ts thean lOýlit5º hýLdp ' toe a reigo fetretp in the se o s few ' b . .i Rightit v W. U. E~ldt nved'b b te God, this mnstrous eelton : that although | see, fron every part tHis dominioat es e s th,g abhorrenalt lo. the D bviniAe. hteret, ti fndsitstrue aho boelian e teal yetho w ciselyvin ta"ar gperi al tin d om of wheiih He -is at quer the lawgiver an the 11fe. Brute] att nows nothg ; e h, a ea andth sky refnes tro goie it a plat; thoge very1 beasts of the field oe a law were retaatesdu ll the conditions of er existence; but n Chrisy"ti Slaeht spirial ingthendom of w hih e s That is the proposition which delibera tel maintained, as this hour and in this laud, by* men f hothe profiel ion it is to teach eothers eternals truth. Tdii ohery reist ansserhut that religion e-which, when t o fi is a hiome of union starongerh than adament, Aidwheno it isl ainditsaie tru hiom ou and iongtenias'r lau, b human, is the most active dissolvent, the most powerful disintegrating agent which divides d and devastatesnmodernasocie. c--ais by ceasing i- to be one and that Chris y derives its chief vitaitsy from the very di vision which makes it contemptible in the sight of un Sbelievers, and had often provoked the scorn h and derision even of the pagan world. As this statement may seem to you impossible, even in this nineteenth century, which is ' tolerant of all absurdities in the sphere of ireligion, 1 will quote to you the very words of one of the most conspicu aous preachers n this hland, who holds a position in the hierarchy of i- chaean I take them from one of sour own r- local journals, of the second of this month, (June.) You know that of late years many SPrtestants, weary of their ceaseless conflicts Sand ashamoed of their unendiag divisions, lmve t begun at last to eigh for the unity which theyis have lostrand that in England they have even formed a society with te e biPress oyoet w ly 'the l rnto ai of the Church. We oa(Jlude, that oth ev. len te ar s rn d vehemently rej eting ever u dig di a o ltse t'preached against the sthemust f Chirch us ueniton, whether planned by o tpe,. Prowedt, lo amy words a pey swith the heraeriSt of bornging ,toe thery het thaey sgonae.tl cal. thedissu tive rom unit hete ofeT ste turh o on aretldies ho ri. Bee her saMtotias wbtl er you snppeo e n tthe t tb lto holies orit8s in pace? no, - le wntb- of the crtisifa ul dnesd asmetl y os Tiher h Ia don n readingte tia world, 'that they aay all he ose, as tnho, Father, at in me, oand I in thee.' It sincerely trust, replies ran . Beee er, that they will n st mhe bne. - b p erfee ' mi thi.Fe. 'In the io yoUtldftereces, for in the iesthe strength D apostle, 'are the work of the flesh.' Mr. ed Beeeher judges them more leniently, and warns his hearers, as you see, against the mistake of St. Paul, Yes, these human teach Dr. era have come at last to this. They know so itd well tha t perntural unity i beyond their ry trust, reach, that the have come thate it, and call it n evil! Yet even they sawill not del,ny that it was the unity of the first Christians which aid conluered the heheaen world; andt when the victory was accomplished, and the surviving shoagans had ointanl strength enough lft to beat o themselves against the ground where they had this it of the Christians. Thev had t nde same od. apostle, 'are the wo'r irk of the flesh.' Mr. ty wBee divine. Idg . lther mores not say openly, he Carnsd hise he unarersity for whisee, against praed,' ir tee ofcn his discpl Yes,thoh thesey an beac Di good deal, onuid tot ber ti; but he is now so afraid well to , 'Blessed be chaorntur!' 'Confusion, Sth ehth n choicey have!' 'Disorder, to hate thn ineal inherit an e ! Let us isthey im a happier lot, aid cIoth in this worldr and twho next." .1- ug The nict c i was ion of the Asylum of Providence, hich gls been postponed onaceough left the weather, will take pine to-day, at 4 olok, at the luite of th eAs lium. T-he botnediction will be given. .by the Very the ure. Abbe Perche. A collection will be taken up on the n't Ecn tis di.--Parteo cin geed of a pabl elafaidLsto tOar. o'B needing a tchneoser fCo ion, will td a suitable Iet u ldresh hng eitheappir loat te at-i Ariuhbt se, o h erld y t of the no diocese. out C. C. Haley, of Commercial Place and Poy Nvll street, pi to-dey, tl o'abloitr, art ti nite oaf ter. Iero tcn, it e Iup ormon will be Iri h e i letb metn the a,. Abbe ao-,a . n oolltion will y, tnen up on the ne ws. ,n.T eMsd m ev ,nt al, -ls-e Herad,. t -e-tette SAmericl, Harpes .- iPtsar, Chin need of a catr n'sWorld, new Yorkk, Wneekly aturdaycght, eoruhdrTa ll boedt a uithe elaon, br m ddrets ha.re thme reae the A rc pitc te lsrge cr taloge. d itr of lreign publcs-e i Iii leosi on the eeun 7 a.umako "a ri]lttot Haley'. a mos l- l lmat thing. n o a.I " Never waLit for a thing to turn up. G tnr d eat- turn it up for yourself, It takes less time, and! tite ii sure to be doiini . nan On Tue,,ay ev'ening, Sep, t:1, 1509, st the roeslic-s gal of J. A. Brsaelman, by the 11e'. H. C. Dancan,' H. 1--. in- ADAMS to MISS GRIU 5., daughter ef ass itdg, St. Leuis. Chicago, Ialtinnore, e*r Y ork solSestn igh.- prn ios pl a se spy. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . L a. I F ~,I )wO ST6. VICErT's ·H0o . The Committee of Arragemeate will meet at the Moaumtn STAR Buildings FRIDAY, October let, at 7 o'clock Pr.. All the members are requested to attend if possible. sew it UW. I. DTIThl S. Seo'T. AM'L %3. TODD & C.in Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, GOlsa, Brushes, etc., t6 Magazine street, one door above Poydras, New Orlesan s. Paintng mttesrlal of every dewiptiou, ru'tis Can vTa, line Colors and Tool.:. .i ly S.... -.. .. o rae aid oit 48 - i w F 4i t Pr i . .4.-x. "..... ,4 .. ,- . : , P . i . ',. -"' .7)'3' - NEW FALtL .A DWJ..WltEB, ..TO - . GeorohDead. we ate new .elus me o hae : Poalneli sassh,' mosses we oste es as t15g get oS.l uoer b..a., oWtder _ OUR TWOmrr COUNTre IS AN UIS J. A. BRASILAN d: Wholesale and Retalt Cas I and - moste Dry oos. Country Merchants will do well to examnie ear itr A "r .·s·l I t - We are ewr reesiving per eit! J. L. Sttarges ad Ibs Wm. Creery, from New Yorkr and bark Volsan, to S Esgli eabaeast TEA, h Japan uonpower TEA, aa i" sp . sad ' aug Byo TEA, T Choee Yello Gashen UTX1. - - ' H Falton Market BEEF, . asona Sug Orse d CuAr -SA 's " RARFAST BACON, SSmoked and Green SWOUt DERS, SNew sNo. 1 MA gaEEL and OOD ENt is St. Luke's antd other bolot brands of tpatra . f WALLACE'S XOUZITAIN DEW, EWan'.Aem u. a i and J. A. Mille braof WE Y. - Fae BriANIDES. Pertaanderry WI ES.. w . , Ai irTogether with a large tock of - Y CEDAR AND PAETED LCE:'S A, D TR S, --aUKEIS. N.EAnON, wS IT V.wIeh we mi W '' ,AT THU WErLr A P hOAf W # S T if :N A. . " ti-c iwns li n . * ado ts Sso latte d dSthi*hshw * L . 1M;t ti nr h9 * e st sis ouesla ,f s ' hae W 4l Os ota inet Organs l Eýf lid oh, "' in, bC e ! t-d er'e +sdlyi 7P1.. "., o .r . DAVIY. Vies dos t, ho 'r 00x4 stse g 1Seoy 0n 3rt , J . •ii , _1 T - - !se e"r. to T. B. MEDLUTa asmIt l, ith L. r. BARm T, Aes-a6 Xaes. e B. WAL . a Iga, dr. F wOVen, Lbssres. 0e se23 D. T. CUMMICGS e,1* '. ro A CREAP au First-class Family aed Commerolal ch - DAILY NEWSPAPER, Sonly eet per week, payable to e eer. Ma ,at ubcrlbesll 0 cets per eath. Single 0l. 5 asses. SCarrio and Iowabo y wanted.d o aYoung es either-. h hr O Administraor of the Diocese. t STAINED GLASS .WORKS, the Chiagos. Il., nuihterueaad furnish to order erery description of thi STAINED AIIND ORNAMENTAL GLAS th. Traeso end Door Lights. ahe -. - nol inet Organs and )elodooeo, tn St. r Cbdars strrt ee*t (118 6 aD IWn leE . asoro sWILnSON MG to *7 3gaps5s.reei, eper Powru has redoces his prices to ani rrla 1000-not 700 or ile-rew a lOSS pris.4 'ý Y ' 'ftf1 1: tT m R4X vi Ba4 I-rg .,~t icetrslS ie: " ýe."ý re te si . few^. _ Ae I Oil mot d~ bltie5Ate .5' Say. en 91hi Itsa eeiF6"4'~''tgt~"e4 L~= bol -UI in of T.iml~ - · at· ~ '~ ohtj Yr __ _ NLP rI~~LU ;.Y'i.ri Irroe··: the ~ . l:.',~; Wc~if:i · N ~ tll a. ~~S2 3m w~ ',: ~ " Mt ru he r; hew I`UI . urn j M.lS T*'