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foir the braynl
ntJ He toiuste
"i seal, 1renewed
-to tsn .hlei
, o t
at that he
A, . srý ai man w itvbin regardede
sootai mern were pred
" qw theeholef te whole Churcmh ando
Ba toolaet.w stared one in the hace
-emet of t-;bht so takesw hold of
S d on the D betrud
tor beonderd.at E Hve trosidt
-ar tit ad the imetured toee
mm n- iwo cue it sheould under-s
the C p1th of th Holy Che oph.
c ,ano.ore mio inrs wehat wre
-."1'hed_ 4teheraotf a, tha eC Prino
thehe a sdg orthea -ded vaot ofCate hol
*eteved b o yee ti ooked at the num
Sof se tCoU orelitelt iit ook t theiras
l fin the Holy"City thIantho Eiote
i inetits tho be mered the moner of h
wimet thel a theyl~s tt wouledttted ih t beren
oms 3eL Cout, imaiey thl o uda pthe I
Ct oun ofý' the hd Hly Chrc some-n
ing saoag n ti beoe tr s of the Il
o zst.leknowledged- that the
was duo impo.tane;yhnt somehi thow-N they bad
ofhsmgsdtheir tactics. AEvn Ptest
na bad thought so much of Igreat
ae, also ethe work in whitoh
Cunot in e agse It sonld under-t
Selimportant worat In what.was
i the Hol Cit than the Prime
be Otsrtst n tions, and eeally
the one Etbosnd.- gHad they qcnscdered the
.%4 iolhtaotrthe Andfo theh would not have been
dsirad. es i e-looed the nm
or ti.teiatlsnmppposlng tey hamd d ommond
t -L f i t a-ftys at thend
Saheestet ber of the Conat
ted-If they rded the nOmbereh.o
wa that eanow din the
wasse ,uNouother o b baone to the
mh- .ýa hbar an r to o
Slt w tb& tcou 'enor pri. And
beld *m N oe i wth u l t tm a moment I
Smen eof t oe their whole th
slto ath in this c
aman amst all food on those ques-s
WII Saige..lat+ nestanes and ainoersti by I
n oe hthe. onell; W a if they wore
ae tleard now proesent In the
el. n. aood leat approve o the ft
Lfrse, t udiedb soflthe Htuded the
8 se of the Ch ft the Fat her is
SerSeedtheoiues o the Chareb, thet. i
-lso.om of the haep oncuin. An d why Be I
.-a nbllsnlte livinc a some
f rths wore were mse mind s rne Id
n l d ib'eat . ond' . ykho
e It ete hpe 4hat . T ey wera nogt d- I
, oM their valrone eonve
e etoth seaol os tob the 1
Memanates gides to His
i a umled n the*
belief t fiteolohieal oleonee. atme e- t
the Ct.e h h.d a m osesp -
.eya-q Inte oled. oc the ther But the I
"_r~y a tue rn ash nce the Chrblhe i
Iasnt o re whaf pmgre an t a
si: e Aigebt d wereu ther no dsputes4- 1
t wietar -What hado t no opiion do
aal tetnudied otherwle on
cirass th e ameo thma differento h
- ;hisales. T ad been accustoyed torp
A• r ways ofreakerg, stdid ithmany them I
i iad sbeo eatogne to think their own way. a
thehd otferCe lCnterect;, difterent habtsre
Uherebh seven uopldred of those omn tho ft
gfth ed oonld il be imagined bat al mot
ePe ant. e o ensld beyrmon and nadmity the
io id tu ok thatone C han becam the a Cather.olic
Sadi onee tle dotri human natr. It wC no the
e tre in regardo t tChu hie.archy. dh ws I
r~ei lth r di ts tre pritt beginning of, the
. Ia ore thes Pope--r rll coulted alser weak- i
gsdey that .tdosae ts o wlgo they Scid p
Thewaaohowbe Council. But where s|
s-'.I lno a pw•e almme~rtan the true. not , nd i
UeaId *el siuth re vea leapoed bym the
( useP esoa e tad theis Chutrh
neag sad fre a timie- Con.
reat el ets involed I the id- 0
89ik~loaa ph a nd none for a mo- a
a or. * The
W esame timed tie
*yp r tat $ And ' efe ths
r." boftf and h t w s e
t shorete winords ame th d otime to ws
ad btorm. The disopleso e tohe h , C wat
Ad the same time t he rd asep. ,,
r awoke hind, saying; " Save' u 4ws paer
ug The Lord rebuked the wpinds th ea wie t
Aw and r thhring ws i'm, and tml to H
)'M disipleddressed tone, tal i he, e o
d your faithI And he 1Hei er) felt that
rts thosq words had apiion at this time to
mis those who seeed beif somthbe were shaking,
ad within.them. Although the holy Church wee
i in dagger, althoughhe storm wasthre tin ,
Pd the Lord was not aware of the dtaner
s believed it ot. He opened the geyes of faith.
SAlthough the Lonrd might' appear to sleep,yet
of Mwhen the real danger oame-f it sehould come
d -He would be there to calm the waves and
.ill the rage of passion, brtning the to
that harmony and unity hih long to His
id holy Churc swseen acts of faith. Let
It- there be no'~rs for the Counell. The children
It- of faith loiok above those disputes and: eon.
sl tests for the blessed. Lord waee alwaye in the
of sleep of the Ihly (hurob. According to the
ad- text hih had been read there were disputes
it. amo theApostlpcwho weredivinelinspred.
n It was in the natre of things, and, therefore,
Ps there was no reasone to he dioPraged. That
e- very fact set aside eanyof the argumentsthat
Smi~n~abme made. Suppose the Council
ao madeu rll the Fathers agree unanimously,
1i- perhaps by acclamation, to eal that bad been
proposd What' 'would have been the
eal O i would shve u been that Rome
Serhed out al in cudependent support; that she
admitted of no freedom of spmeeh, and then
Sdragooed her memers. he had hbrought
hi them into a senseless unanimity. "Wat was
mre the cry e . The cry was that disintegration,
as had begun; but unheeding the clamor, the
e- holy Chdro went nd with her .Wdk. Among
it the objeete the Council wase to divine and
d deole the truth, while there wes . other
t- questions to be determined, including .the
t disoip itne-of the Church. The Gpnoil might
to yetlemat for one, two, or- perhaps three y
'- and not the least important iin was to win,
o. not onquer, the whole worr d to the fobd of
a Christ. Those were some of the reflections
ohe thought proper to make'to the congregation.
ly There were other matters concerning the
ri Council on which he would speak on another
in occasion. He alluded to the erection of a
- basilica in honor of St. Paul convenient to the
ir church, and di concluding remarked hat he
mn was exceedingly glad the congregation had
e got on so well. He saw the 'bhuroi crowded,
i and the surroundings discloseda healthy re
if igious feeling. He was grateful far having
Sbeen allowed to make voyageto Rome, for he
Ie now returned a firmer Cratholic. The Rev
1- gentleman, who throughout 'as listened to
me with the gratist, interest and devout atten
le tion, indded that countries abroad looked to
Swardis Americea aon of thegreatest.bulwarks
me of the Catholic Church. I4et this econgregation
Sb their earnestness prove worthy the name,
- and te hely Church would find hew future a
i joy and a glory. ,
Ta TanTRUH, GAINIG -GnOUND. -The
Squestion of Bibl readi and oter forms
r of drouetant ad a ee
SState may ot preach from the pulpit, is
t reacting riounas attention among inteil,
gefit and right-minded& etiens in all parts
of the country. We make the following
i extract from o sermon on Relisions Edua
I tion, by rev. D. B. Brewer, of the Cheurch
of the Reformation, Brooklyn, which, as
Sfar a it goes, is to the point. After deelin
- ing to side with those who consider that '
all schools ought to have religious educe- t
ti eonnected with them, he proceeds:
There is another partq which replies to d
therst one in this way: that the tate was i
never intended to teach religion ; that its
p lpoe. i whollt secular; that its objCet
i is to make intelligent citzlens, an& notgood h
hristians. Therefore, it is wrong to: in
trodoue creeds -and catehianms, and even,
in many oreas the Bible itrself, into the
public schools that these ought to be left
to religous institutions. I, my friends, as
I have said before-and, after areful re- d
consideartion, Iam still .ready to say it
again-I sympathise with the views of th is
latter party. I believe the state 4s not in- 0
tended, either in its own nature or by anyC
its duty its ofee is en-tly distinct; anpd
I believe moreover, that wherever there 0
are perons in tie community who pay
their taxes to iraise the means or support-r
ing public schools, and who ohject to the
Sreading o our version of the Bible, it is P
wrong, i t is unjust, to force it upon them.
SI.nm onot willing to compel others to do
whaet I should be unwillin to endure my
self. Supposethe Remnan Catholio Church
foriastsnee, should become more powerful |
e and dominant in our State and city. Sn '
Spose majority of the voters belonging
ithat form or religion should pa a law that
II our public schools sbould" be opened
every morning with recitations from the
-Raoman Catholic catechism or reading from
the Roman version of the Bible. Sbonld o
ot we Protestants protest p against it as an
Vrruanxr.-Theeis such a thing as life with- 8
out viltty, rinstens wltUet a seems of eoleus
I Ieew, Sheet bera sece mqutoilisy, p,.n~ t
Ilvs. e It I. ln.bsss: he . are thse rwho .
-In-tlher tac witha ofthe idrren
Sep .lee L linsllt greatder astIroll smlewf n
Braelmn& t. 56 sod SS M~soutn street. Whet ti
maous, with Its bublin-g foantala sad dower-trewn
treot.d by inne, hedlagan narretIsement In the itt. Ari
"eng Alive." Yes here is lve nrm-, whbo tolerae
no season of dallnmo. the scom-osebes to whose prmi~eml
resemble the seene wltoseot on the I-ee o the occq p
alec of the ais etmer rae. k-sltdhat sdvmetL.emet w
sad then 3o ami see what conmeqoones follow " Being
KEYSTONE S&wuxo MAcnl·.--The impres- j
nOu tutie bhi h thls ,urhlae ,aaa he ,aBlile tiuln wee ex
eo ltli.f-al by the awsrdla c td ,, r fl.,m-.-.-ata1s at the 1s e t
,Tat Palm- FUr COaa;ltlr c.-eu or atI.xetlan.,n dtlrelihty am
9/" work ant ienrral ltisl,a .t t.tt'ltia y lis. cc ..OpeUar. l,
If It ha eve.. a.u .qlt*t,. Its ralg. u , r .al.. u,.llI |e|aaclsl l
l, Illa at lab- Io anal the lante.t.a stu-C Oiil..l. 'l.e., . .- i
rouom Is at ii8 Churl atrte, wlwe, M'. W. It LtrlalVitr,,
tile. .onr..-,us g.-..lesaa ego, will dl nunnrr stra e to vieit
Ja, Miller, Jr., 007 Magsinetra-ft. htne 1nt wt
rtmn-lv, d 1O d,,eu Eytllh buss fur Isdlr. •mi atmnht rn,
at thle e.u..aile aI(.e ..r Wj per dasert. sai o eaoe ou
ltneu I.wini ,e lusts a ya.-.
E. tlmnant irnamgla. and paFthmary. mmr ill
oClalbor~n. Onem-utstSalsm. baa a fell ssen-a jail
toswslaurask ad pea ,
if tbehq s t -s o8. Mary's.
" 4toJ fhlc has ere
..e , on Sand
SJ ew Cathie
_dito the ser
e. John Qain
ar the arc
s1i people, corn
,er and sublstrn
on the main
ih ladies. The serk
0hat, which weare
Sboby e , celebnn
o l. Mobil, sub
Sdeacon; and eo. ,7MconogoD gh o
STaskaloosa, naister of c emonies. Tihe
,elremony- was` very Imipesirve and was
i witnessed by the vast congregstion present
st with the most lively Interestd with the
tlo jnost respect...... T :- u týiohe .ooh
rib, which was- ri - aiil,titiful beyond
ythiag of the i ernd e heard in
$h i.city. After :the eUn of Othae
. mas,a ceremony- at once solemn and iat
Sreasive, the Right Rev. Bishop Qauinlan
s delivered a discourse, the main portion of
-d which was devoted toexplaining tp the su
to dienee the objeect and jrmboelt m rof
i, the dedication ser*e, lh they dust
Switnessed. TheB jI pleasing and
2 forcible aa + ise0dlourse was,
Slistened to with -theeepest attention by
e the lairge cong a reseat. His ser.
as mon was an..eqiand Instrucetive one,
I. and we-regretbhat w~iana niote it ture
e, at length rand .i* ts& th btchk the merits
et of the dave. We
it have heard " nivuI CIommended by
U all who heard it, andSthe etthat the large
Songregation, numbers : " -whom were
1e standing,.listened to Wiit such profound
is attention and respet is'a deserved tribute
Is tyothe Rev. Father, diian,-evidence of -the
a Impression wich his remarks produced.
Drocls or. Na Yo .La g the Cor
ner-stone of the N.eaw Obch of Bt. .erose,
137 street, North Noe oirk.-On Sunday,
Jaune 19th, at least even lthousand Catho
d lies asaenibled at 3lTth'#ieet, North New
r York, tow-itneas the imp~aesive and impos
Sing ceremony of layinag the corner-stone of
St. Jerome s temporary Church. The
" school of St. Jerome is expected to accom
) modate on the first floor2,000 persons. The
Sbuilding is to be 70 feet wide by 115 feet
.deep. It4to be three stories high. The
e first floor is to be umd as a- temporary
r 'church, and the second And' third floors as
a school rooms. The det"iated cost of the
e building is-i5,000, and it is to be finished
by Novemi next. The property of the
prish embaces an entire: block, and the
. school buildings, Church and pastor's resi
dence will cost, when. completed over
a $300,000. Very Rev. Dr. "Starrs, V. (.,
officiated, After' the blessing of the, eor
C ner-stone Rev. W. P. Morrogh, DD., as
coended the platform, and delivered a short
but eloquent address. -
Drocnss or BurraoO.--The Bt. Rev.
., Bishop Burgess held. n ordipation on the
a 11th June, at the Seminaty of Oar Lady of
Angels, at which the. Mffllo w .g were ele
',ated to thetpristhood,: Rev. Meiars.d.
l ward - Ier0i h, Thomas . Hairty
a Thm&Ae.b· _ tlYQQJ4 I_.VTbe, Da.s , James
SDora., and Zdwsgd Orr.
Drocae pr BaLwossU.--Died at St. Jo
seph's, mnear Ematsbarg, Md., on - Trinity
Sunday, lath Inst., Sister da it r:C Coskiery
a 8Sster of Charity. During a long period
-of time Sister atidts disharged fltlfily, y
in a variety of capacities, and in many dif
ferent places, the duties of her saeted call
ing, lertst post being, if we mistake not,
Mt. St. Mary's College, Md." As early as
1834, if not before that year, she, together
with Sisters Olympia, Octavia,.and ala,
took charge of the patients at the Maryland
Hospital of this'city. She was afterwards
Sister Servant at Mt. St. Vineent'sHospital, I
Baltimore, and at .Mt. Hope.. Also at the
Medical Hospital in Richmond, Va., the Or- i
phan. Asylum at Norfolk, at Rochester,
eow York, and4arious other places. Dy -.
ing the civil war she ministered at varios
places to the sick and wounded.--Mirror.
Drocasn or Nswxx, N. -J.-.JDdicaio.
The new Romas~ Catholic' Church of the a
Immaculate Coneeption at Prihoeeton was '
dedicated yesterday with Imposing cere
monies. Bishop Becker of Wilngton,
Del., performedthe dedication services, as
saited by Monsigneur Seton of Madison, a
Celebrant,Father John, Paeasonist, Deacon; **
FatherJPeterof Tentn RSuhnb nn: theT T
Rev. Mr. Brady of New York was Master b
of Ceremonies; Father Young of New York 1
preached the ermon. A verylarge nuam- c
Der of people werel present, including a
large choir from New York. The present j,
pastor of theim Church is Father Moran and a
he has bailt up a large congregation at a
Princeton within a few.years. The new a
edifiee is of the English Gothic style of
architecture of the thirteenth century, is
boilt of brick with brown-stone trimmings,
is 95 by 45 feet in dimensions, and cost
A correspondent of the New York Her- dI
ald, writing from the above county, gives
the following description of what he saw.
A correspondent of the same paper was
arrested shortly afterwards at Trim:
In no county of Ir;eland is the proportion 12
of waste to arable land so small as in 06
Meath. This is owing chiedfly, if not entire- am
ly, to the fact that in the whole county
there is not a single mountain, nor even a
ragged hill,'the entire surface being one
vast plain, which is clothed with the rich
eas verdure I have ever cast my eyes upon.
It is no exaggeration for me to say that
the external aspect of Meath exceeds any;
thing I have ever seen in luxuriant Eg. Joi
aIsnd(, and surpasses it, I think, in asatural
richness and fertility. The country on
every side presents a truly magnifcentap- i
pearance--lIarge, green fields, enclosed
with luxuriant hedges, and sheltered by ga
noble trees; waving wUoda and hills
cavered with the brightest verdlure; not a
elbiu meet the eye; .pletidid ftnru houses,-r
coaslllsting for tile mIAt inait of a dwelliung b
and loung ranges u ot uficcs for cattle; ad
tifel'e uae ew tolluits as tlhry whirl ,t .it
Iailway speed atlracav tlbe lite hiiilms wlln, it
sill ilnt with dltfllulty Iailg lhimii.elvtes to li
believe that tLhey ale iii IhouLjt-e,-ted lre- II
laud, wla.e iulasltitailts ,'re delml'Lig u
week after week Ioiti, lahe mlisu"ln·r, ans ift the i
Vwelarf3 mg fi-intmuesee Ilert'bl delhmae. 4
Me-at is, pr e[4sllene,.lhm gata cattle
graslag oullnuty 1f Irlhanl. 1it COsllllts Il- C
:udlt euLtrely Il paMutue lIctld. 'irte is,
indeedt, uects little tlilge, Shlat Oleo msa
dlive uot miles withdJust seeng a single
SThere are"e small fatiis
-inbea a vigor tud
Sa ess on. The
St ords otogether
the holl ae--
It Ivould, diMd
the more e
teaese h-er e on to
nditer l ý oiapos ty ande
w the ate .otnatoio, :and 'the polie. ven
bwhen they sttrutrogh the tif h
, nb.osrbed in the'otps pjattoh ofi men
d 7nightnesae .and the notngpnesof
Ld around thee yr. 'ThOhnd ek h'em
l teat their s;r"ites moste nsinghott';
aswernen'o castre witehp ,mpuicy.eh s brng
rain rapo. whole e ine notoe of whom,
s bt athe w t-prent. studsren do more
i. than pretesta t -tbejnastle p and
no f ds -d ofr otngs hishpro
iti: lttle use. A sotialwar
Sr mo be eeec, the upera adpI
middle classeumore ,their mo7 •.tlede,
When orew it -. to bneeno enow.
Wg, et~u m i--is. s. AA4.-M.q o jerone
us mentionedU uneiandledi and the ireiytihy
y týMSID,%h. ib-ei. teEtsae -ad
-tbori dshes -r.Theydre them out of
.their mhomes, on-behasse thbpor peotple
w were unable . o liv.e. . pay their rents,
but simply because tbfwaithd their
le placqp for themselves. l' fthee lnor4 g
are now surprised at the bsheell which
animates the lower classes again them,
Sthey need only remember their ow con
" duct not many years- ago and ask them
r, solves whetber suach conuet oaght to be
Sallow. to pass with impaunity They
w should remember the lines of one of the
s' sweetest but most unfortunate of poets
e. : t A b csnae thom, as a ='atheu mad;
But a bold peastry, their counr' plride.
Whey ondesetroyeA Cansrab be appUed
STHE SINGER SEWInG MAcmINm.-No gener
e ons mind will undervalue the effors at a rival if the
md amtter n cometiton engages the prpa o strnuggle
nd labors of honest industry, The it Ia well known
have om points peculiarll to 0 hemelve, the is the e
teemnd the ntIdesvingo tn n ighsta, ssweh
ar ofra as wersd, 4 a-ti ofa werou
.oa. to diusparagewat-Is'sseiatlobay eb s to be
Sni improvemeo t ll must be ee for the par.wee
tilt of paternit. No msutte bow beso the babe,
eaucm hod motherbanedsa ib hera own beatles
whih a1 0o pIulc too _o o bserie
ence irttnom •tendael wrhle ouo the lhe.Tei
orf the oots er ahineetepord Isre
dtonteed factbeon w dd not w llotgaay. 6to on
hoe p toriay iterohe wwerb,
t. It 10popu l 10ty I t o t std sby a Mar lsat led
pf in the analsef inventionso
SIlu-Thy 'sar-Cs been al. Thel the rt
this . Jeoler.I and beeoisrlsy, e. 1ibomedu
T a fo ows 8 "i t to , Ine 1 .0 per amok;
OOaar Westf e Id selln wsrd lts tii Sor
obT ý oa f re a.y ormoss sa ýto e bb.
$.hSo 184l.r No. n• Ot a 0 rtosa m 03. No.t I S. aboth
bidg and La asxtics o5saIbplyan b
y it l! . i.eqote Hboe Aor- lee Ben1o
thesupy, mane, martsad reen pa eirm eo ouo lap I
of the eda , nd fo r sbeeou cen en, A o
or thoe orWeek rug 1iay. July 1.d I
nin, to it oslait tcsp er Xnum: o wr )hsant M e
aert dllat the reduoed rates d 1 to Igo fr trlinaryt
shoaowilds d farthers I.ý ih wt
Mar-g sn or t pionrio
donetd to 1L1 et irtperlar pcsd. pr wholsiaeno
yabes oha ge pe at gures showinget e
soame lr eglsety, ,but nomoetable change. Wedis..
da', the ees. switams Ouy hales u deadt $oadprloeep fir.
. }s t qutoo t:asts4 t1he, a ;eims. tde haia the
lhn-r -t wher aret thOi Teeient ith a1
eentiuued goad demand. andtose bale heandse
at irrsglar and rather aosier plkobs, butw an
quotble decline. Friday, the sale. summed up I
ro i=ew, Ordginary 1qto llje. good eQedlny' 1to id
d.ng 1l to mme lb. Thetotal eslee for .the we
SSIVISag ANMD M6o~asn-The frmam noted In our
iwelnow still iendourse, with sideraeinry,
beut operatlodb hove bh resqtricoted by llghtrce pt.
rime are ostit, tbserogh not nbaLtahy 3hest. We
p rIme lllotso 0.t yello clarifined Ito 1 80,p rwhle o
lofrfing tgaiqat c7 forlyplantaeion
rotlede;3 50 to 50 for cityroefion byir stiLp gon.
ELO. s-Thia Tmarkt hn good soppy, and sl for
andt lower gr atier which hav atanced W
quoteAda foIl.F Sdte 581 superined It fr1fr
bt landl frd chio ic le 4 a loes.
e-e sohr~ c.hange I n repliort ir thisly tmae
choie'n de. o 4Sperl ton.
Poti-Na t so butl Ittlre nsimt prea nuuac ond
heldla IIl to 01 7perleta haonsdore1tsieait
s-Te ore is d etry litt movo8t to Inoe
Ii *o 1ot 1810t antO otd U tolO nnoo Wor sogar
IbaxilrA5? 1 Balror -Venmda 71 to IS per lb.fot.
Weoie--rLn Vetbh* bi in and nbrNo r rtrr ni
smal lots, eomrand *0 pte elr bbl. . T, - •
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J., S..Copee, Assei ew, oterks us. co.
Joahn . *altn, lets Aseldanlt Treasuer U. S.
The Daak.,nd stareim at f hs osaumtlUpa wilnb
Pap> ar13PTY CENTS ad upw.ar. will be so.
oestyp, " wjpahU P , P seat etur dwflbadeL
whs wa M b shb tro Arr ret barss sdasl s a le
uitshw tw bls osuiela shased z. wos s
e9 b . JO$.t.. WALTO. .T.eassw,
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arBHT bAZrs NOR SAID ON
THE lOYMICIAL BIANK OF IrELANDs
ra .a.he. (e Pe.ad eerinsg up.
Payabl, a tie lnbs s lw benohse
Carn Galway. tane
Colerayne, IdoMi ..p W.u t.
CarrlIko.Snlr, z Mallow. Yqgal
DUNCAN, YHERMAN M CO..
Sournunw Bai, New Orleans, May, 1870.
This Bank will drai STERLING BILLS In same to
sdit partles wishing to remit small amonate to mEngland
or Ireland. C. LIVUDAI.
my8 3m Oselder po tern.
- AUCTIONEERS-AGENTS, ETC.
B 5 . WALTON,
AUCTIONEER AND REAL PITATE AGENT
For the Ptchae, Sale ad Lesig o
L CIT bi T PI.ANTA?
. Andfhe a X s
Btoe and lp, Mereaadise and Pro
see, Damaged Cotton, Houiehold
Fmrnituq, Etc., Etc.
168....... ..Coaogox S Em.........16.. 1
maan 3m New Orleans.
ByJ. DUEJAN, Jr AuEctioneer--oce No. 1S Grl
ret. Will ha ali n MONDAY. July 4 at 11
o'lock, £2. at his New Auction Boorm, N 188 Grram
atreet, near ý arondslA-.
o ar FrmLte o eve ry description, Pelac.
O ce trteateas. Also, new goeda per arrival of
stememr v week
Term-.C in Unlted Sttes Treaury notes. n 1
SILLIAMT DR LAY, AUCTIONERB AND
S No. 21 Commerle Place,
• leave to iforme d and the public in gm
seal thahe has obtalned a eoomslhoin anis prepared
to make sales at Publico Auction at Beal 3tato ry e
asbu Stocks, VYeul Cargoee, Ctt, Furniture
Dry GAOOrasS. Produce ed Merhoandae
5evra o. fee, a. . wa , onrhour, on
chip or mo bead. >ebrtwarda'a, underwriters' and
re M atended o with Pbadou
11I gp- pfmsm andprolpt attentlmnt n a bims..
m_.edt to--hm, s a n plelioit a are of
" a. ooal Musio. r t
pubidea by er as Cor . In1ruon.
J Wn ByVIS, REAW L TATE BROKCLAER
lAuthor of "new Metod fr Reed Organs" a
coO. DITtin rent& C., Bos
D ORGAN COMPANION. O ewor.
A N Colleton o Popular Introm Fire.ental an
WOarch A, Walt cY ea Opthe atic TrGa. Sena.
and s NS atr d MELoeet
Preceded by a Freabs and ee Coeras oat Intruction.
By WID . CLBARKE,
Autd for of "Ne w Method eao d Organ."
Price It. Sent poetpatd on receipts price.
0. DITSON L CO., Btonq.
antf Ca H. DITSON & COr New rYork.
Best Protection From Fire.
WOThe udeEAT VICeTORY in store fullate Tria plete
AWARDED THE FIRST PRtTUM-e beantikil
Silver da-atthe late Teaa State Pair, over trw
omptit. upeor t
DAVID E. BRADLEY,
andGeneral Southern Ag d 7
IS(Old Cumbere delet etne, New Ord e..)
Send for circular. ind 'GQ ofT OTleTR
S Agent for New Orleanse
,a Cerol delt etreet.a
Machine always on habnd for a.ie. myp Sm
GARD SEEDS................GARDEN 53E135.
The audersigned ba in store a fll and eomplete
Fresh and R'iiablo Garden Seeds.
Purchasees can be supplied in qn ntlad C suit, and
at t.,naSclu ratee. Almanacs fur t17U atalugueu
farniebud frue on applicatio.n. XI. F. VIlGIl N,
malucpeaor to I, Idanpay,
P ii. liON LZEL
LOUISIANA FLOUR, COIW AND RICE MILL,
'D66 and 270.Tcboupitoulae Street.268 and 270
(Old umaersa me me, end 3(1.)
"few Octeane, La.
finuetatly a head Wheat, Rye sad Rice FLOUR
CORNMEtAl. MlPINY , ta.o 718. Uhblete and Cow
sD. e r peempaly aewdud to and dullvurud
fIr a , saa inm ad
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be anod ae
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bulooig tko New Orreansa waN
Fand the.ne f r boh
Childion ria w..i
at outc ta mn e. as tb
Oamr apply to TH o n s de. d
For adevillea , Lewmsburg msai s M il.
i . n_ •,Boe, i
PEOTOERAL * A80L8Mmae
Cwg , Cold, as N Carles, e Or lea t
andthe arades T ah etbaed roat, and for f1 genet
0 oor reet, ter Nr
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repeb e!d a a .r.ndi r
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