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t policy the Amesty As.tion .
'hbo m in thetl nale o to otund.te odomed- f
otm eojr of the merare efttrea elplp h
on lb fti was the b isho ng- oa
oner or uan- he mS
m ed with soess. The plracto r of dine
e meeting was in some repe, pelar out
and deservint of attentlon. Hen of All of
ceds and oinions who held aloof freom hon
e policy o f the Iri mnesty aso 1 ration p
aem now found es Atlnht r ru dersmand- sap
ig, in the name pol righteoosaess, inghe
tohe eolstle of the mepresenterved upo thee
by hi s tIie5st'5 advisers. Of that mesa- "4t,
mor w have declared our opinion. The her
Amh of s Are there Bishop of * nd
lf even in the happnes ofMartin, fere
N. P.me In two fellows of Trinity College, whir
the arrsy ofclerg frome proine pre- whe
aset an Intelligenoe and.represepit power and
thew t no Minister can safely despismbe. The mof
voice no the Irish nation has teen pro- c
dounced uimistakablyr on this questiona her
IDnsm ass the Atlontic our rulers may e ill
discern warn forin i the weom accorded the
os the exiles by the represetatives of the fro
sstest of peop . w re there not oaserof thear
theireb ho even the hapniness of their e p
sew ms can blscarcely numb the pngsion of pas
ant ia believe that wrongs and s ings she
be ne. In the shockxiled oprf emrs to relates Wo
Talesl Chieh only and parallthe a pages krf
ag ofdi htaty shen, we see nto pmoeaioate out
Stion? will the Irooish nated rishmen toa
oer friends, mistakforen though their native the
Id4nl is treading to highncrease thisof danger- had
power wsingll b htili w resuh t may thae t
dreamed h-of-heateons aesay.sion of cot
The But hen of the copsider te o hi
grl-f ent nsays:tion, when e remember the
One tquemblin morexpe dctancy of the Irish peo
ring threeanyears, andany oththe anger and reie
diaringt he releason. The and exile pihasle
were jwhed In the quonfnsio of blindness, veas
- re eandot bnblieve that the wrong mast thao
be other. InThe shoirek of empires and forn
time whfear of kingiste, rsn the pheavie o trmoil En
ed alfo Christrelndom a lea theo postpone drft-his
question of tatquestion, e re no more dang. Ber
mi weakeoss than the ebopruninay, deiane of mustand
ow be tionprs w. The Irih nlook the question
fr her friend, mistaken tdeough they asre, of
a psrdon funder deep resunconditionsl, complete. It
The.Minlster who endeavors, to avert her Job
purpose by eloquent words aod dim sag- Cor;
gewastion is tread ating the hiclosea of danger, that
end sro ugsing a hostlrlyy whic it may takn
undrthe omed-oi sessioncessions to ally.-F oree- koa
etent to do sthan the Hn. eber foSir
The tl, j common withof the opening of so -
Patry look with no s ma: xiety to the
One qiestion more dear to the Irish sob
heart than any other can hardly be evaded his
during the coming session. The time has the
er in when the qestion of local legisltion eboa
by other. The desire of the people for whi
sf-rule is mistahabe. TheIrishe was a rati
time wohe Ministers might have to legisla- The
every forepecland at leat to postpons. The this s
question of question fr Ireland. Bing to-hey an
miwared that oportnity, saholderd they mnstce,
now be prepf ed to loop., tare question oaf
traight been the favict, and deawithoul with cas men claim
of sense under deep responsibilities. It des
wes announced at he close ofthe last, thatwarded
the question would be bromaght o early inus themo
the coming session. No man is more conw- the
etent to doezi than the Hon. member for ho
ril evit ciho made theaty do ncement, nn
end we, st common with the whole conn- ay
r hloourtk with no additionmall anxiety to thincreas
s renaitioal from the next tpromise and to the man- qui
Sin whih this great qion. Justo ll be met and if
by the Gonsermnted to xity with power of
ve Lanld Act.-The new Irish Land Act twe
seems to be orkineg very satisfactorily in othf
every respect except cots. is the udfollowies dng
nd no difficulty in aplyingrom it, amesingutes of
damages for evistion by a flexible rule of telc
mmonene, i th dist he beginct leaning to
ards the tenant. A holder for instancer mr
of a farm of the Ir. p., at a rent of 6 10,a- M
who bas been evicted without cause, claim
ed £45 under the Apt,wgd was awarded daf
39on, or the mabrethrenm aard minus the pro
ricon o f eviction, while they do come intoY
Sratoo. Already we have ample proof
oothis gandlords so meuch as was ertahealing
nee tem,ime progrust fined mosses thand men be
openly statises that he neither annbsolted
nor hurt, the additional security increasing
his rental from the next tenant in a quite.
equivalent proportion. Jnst so, and if
&msejilad consented to fixity with power of Fr
bedving rs the woIrik of the landlords wold re-men
-whoy on readingre been amongst the rep
s Mmbnklndi-.peetor. an
at the reakast table evnt than disposed f
o rub their eyes Act, ishefollowingubt the
essimonytoits woring from the minutes of the rand
SOrange Lodg, in Done: "Wallth the beginning is
of thned with its rites the aring and Oragestrian
edgye of the Independent Org William. Thnge addresocia
tion dwellsto the bretren at lartise, factie pron upon
visions of the Irish Church Act come into P
operation. Already we have ample proof re
that this great measure will exert a healing Pe
influence as time prundreses new Land men be
some antisfied with sate oisfaction of absolute of
hope rathery i than expect will bto te Stwarrante." di
Thopening of Trinity College, in Iland "congratu
-blated"-s the womembers of the press-meAssociation uponc
the growihon irit of tis andependeonceme wht ich
atis being eakasted tabeshroughout Ulster anddisposed
orb thei r eyes and to misdoubt their essf
contains no inglfrom the word ofice of thfence Grandto the
mostdge, delicate Donegall sptibility of Catholics T
The decison made nde does not occur asnd
much ith ane in its paragraph. lcn der- F
stEliza Collertoh as ati poor widow with wve b
children. Forather thaseventeen ctears she livwarranted in
England. hthe member is of the Association pon
the growing spirthither uof nder thpendene hcharge of a
Sbcertain Mr. Pigg-developedmost approprut Ulster ande
-othe other dayof togethe ontry." The addnother pooress
mcIrish swidow, Elle In its paragraphs.nd he two
children. The followintee years a brief tlin
of her case as nost an inmate of the
Board of Guardians, anan reported inthither der the charge of the
Elltwary Joural. The two women were
separately examined by th reseeted
Charman of dte Board, George dede,
usq, 5. P., witte
of thelr mot .
but no dAi
and her rfamily
ing assistanee vot -0e rates. 1bhea ho
di6d, and themsben alihed o'snateivo
out-dper aine the Shield B
of Guardlas. She state that she rented"a
bouse whereia she had twenty.seven
poqand worth of furniture, and where qhe
supposted bersetby taking in lodgers, eke
ing out her ineomeby whatever she got from
theGhtdlians. "She says that the otherday
"Mr. Stobbs, the eeliving-of8oer," came to
her house, aceoap'ned by three pace- e
men; dragged her out, tore her clothes,
forced her and her children into a cab
which conveyed them to the workbouse,
where they were looked up for the night,
and whence they were.packed off th next
morning, like luggage, to Kilkenhy, in
charge of Pigg. he was obliged to leave
her property behind her. She was so un
willing to depart that she offered to forego
the relief she was in the habit of receiving
from the workhouse if she was left andis
tuarbedin her home; but "Mr. Stobbs'L-what
euphonious nlames these English drivers of
paupers have 1-would not consent. So now
she and her children are in Kilkenny
Workhouse, and her farniture Is-nobody
knows where. So quickly wasbhe bundled
out of her own house, for which, according
to her statenimt, thd rent was paid up to
the suaeeeding Saturday, and in whieb she
had twenty-seven pounds worth of proper
ty, that she was not allowed to chane her
olothes, nor her children to drink the tea
which was on the table poured 'out for
them. The case of Ellen Neary is some
what similar. The Kalkenny Board, on the
recomhteaidation of the chairman, have ap
plied to the Commissioners for a sworn ii
vestigation into the facts. We are aware
that the law allows a fearful amount of
cruelty to be practised on Irish paupers in
England by removing them against their
will to this country, but even English law
places a limit to the power of the Stobbs
and Piggs of English workhouses.
We regret to have to announce the death
of Sir John Gordon, which took place on
Sunday morning after a brief illness. Sir
John Gordon was Mayor of the city of
Cork in the year 1855, and on the occasion
of the opening of the Athenaeum received
knighthood at the hands of the late Lord
Carlisle. Though a Protestant in religion,
Sir John wasa firm Liberal in politics; and
so thoroughly amiable and inoffensive in
manner and disposition that he passed
through public life without ever exciting a
shade of ill-will. For some years before
his death he had ceased to be a member of
the Corporation. He had been in delicate
health for some time, arising mainly from
advanced age, aggravated by a severe cold
which he took when attending the inugu
ration of the new Protestant cathedral.
The immediate cause of death was paraly
sis,.under the shock of which he rapidly
Death of 0. D. J. Grace, .Esq.-It is
oaf melancholy duty to record the
death of this gentleman, one of the
most, if not the most esteemed and in
fluential gentry of the county of Roscom
mon, who, after a long illness, expired on
the 25th inst., at his residence, Mantua
House, Elphin, in his eightieth year. He
was not only a kind-hearted and singular
ly generous landlord but a most zealous
supporter of every undertaking intended to
promote religion, charity and education
amongst the people. He represented the
county of Roseommon in Parliament for
twelve years and was a constant supporter
of the Liberal policy which he advocated
during his long public career.
The National School Teachers.-A special
telegram from our London correspondent
reported that a deputation of Irish School
masters, consisting of Messrs. Burke, of
Munster; Quinn, of Leinster, and Bredin,
of Connaught, had an interview on Tues
day afternoon with Mr. Gladstone, Mr.
Chichester Fortescue, and the Chancellor
of the Exchequer. Mr. Vere Foster intro
duced the deputation, who laid their griev
ances before the'Premier. Mr. Foster made
an excellent speech, and at the close of the
conversation, Mr. Gladstone promised that
the matter should receive carefal attention.
U aannimona. We have all heard of the
Ujanimoes.-We have all beard of the ye
Frenchman who, when Louis XV. had re- Hi
received the sacraments on his death-bed, ap
remarked that his Majesty had "made the on
amende honorable to God." At the meeting he
of the friends of the Malone Protestant hi
Reformatory, Belfast, the other day, the we
Rev. Charles Seaver moved, "That this te'
meeting desire to tender thanks to Al- of
mighty God for the success which has at- In
tended the Soclety's efforts during the past Ia
year." Mr. Wm. Shaw said, "he had much be
pleasure in seconding the resolution." The- at
rreport continues: - "The motion was er
passed unanimously." of
Sea Waifs.-Nearly two hundred casks w
of oil from Pittsburgh, Penn., have been A
driven on shore along the south-east of the T
r county Wexford, and on Monday the eo. c
a currence was reported to Mr. Coghlan, the it
receiver of wreck. None can tell out of ki
I what ship they were washed overboard, or a
r if she herself be still floating on the sea. t
The casks are marked, and information a
I may be gleaned through that channel. C
a The working people labored hard to save
a the oil and prevent its return again to the d
a deep. a
° Death of William Denny, esq., B. L.- o
iWm. Denny, Esq., D. L., died at Tralee on a
Friday morning. He was the youngest e
e brother of Sir Edward Denny, Bart, and I
d managed his brother's estates for thirty- t
e five years with satisfaction to his tenantry.
He was succeeded lately in the manage
n ment of the estates by Samuel Murray
h Huasey, Esq.
.Provisions fron Ireland for France.
It is intended to despatch from Cork, a ves
esel laden with provisions for France, and a
'ommittee has been organized to carry out
the arrangements. The Rector of the Irish
College in Paris, who is staying here, is
Ve making a tour through the country to so
in licit subscriptions.
Ie James M'Mahon Delaney, George's Park,
l Kilcooley, county Tipperary, and Bayswell
eHouse, countytKilkenny, Esq., has been
o appointed a magistrate for the county Kil
wo kenny, on the recommendation of Colonel
ioe the Right Hon. W. F. Tighe.
the Wicklow Fair.-The monthly fair of this
the town was held yesterday. Thete was
ere a small supply of cattle, in good de
led mand, with an average attendance of buy
out late atiit, four se m
ebaailes p -l sa ti0 Tipper
airy. . t bbon.a aser m, y
'hitslagbt work hinb asM. and
asked if he k'wasiDem btsh esd;
replying that b ws sa~,is .of E-t
drew a knife and J nut dee wne$; b
extending from nea. till/. vein ~to
the nose. Ohly the one low was givenul t
Gibbon fell, and the iran of butl
being of a strong conSuo on, he rose th
uarsue them. Meeting a police patrol, he
desoribed what had ocrrsd, d in less
than an hour Casty wa captured, and has
been committed to jail on th Inje man's ed
Informations, and in all likeeihdd the ease
will be tried at the assies in the early part
of next month. Greeat idignatio and V
bdhror are felt by the ikubtants, as the gE
knifd has not been used iflany ippera
quarrel in the memory of e oldest iahab
tat, and is justly regarded as asasteow- b3
ardly importation frfm et5et eotr s. th
In the present oase is loo~ks ver-lile an
"importation," as Catty has beens On ssv
eral voyages to and frost foreign eoantries o.
as a sailor. Dr. M'Keoghl is assiduous in his n
attention to the injured man, buth not bs
yet able to pronUhmne him ea of danger. te
Had the knife struck only a quartes..o an no
inch further back, the stroke weMimevta- m
bly have proved fatal. , a
The Potisca PrsewsiAr , a` u
meeting,convened by the - ba
ation, was held ca the hisd a "
Room of the Rotunde "to e publieo l1
opinion in favor of the o ib*at i mI
of the political prines e was a
large attendancae Mr. Jolp Nolan, ead
the following letter: "St Jdria's, T.aam, ph
Jan. 31.-Dear Sir-In reply to0qnu letter nu
on behalf of the politiesld pbe , I beg es
to enclose my mite to aid the eemmittee in at
smoothing their passage to theft ultimate co.
destination. Whatever might have been am
the real or imputed delinquencies of those s
men, the most inexorable advocates of no'
penal inflictions will scarcely dny that chi
they have amply paid the to e their set
political aspirations. Under ost dis- st
tinguished governments, ancient well as
modern, clemency to politiesdtoffenders
was deefned a'wise as well as a humane pr
maxim. There is nothing in the history of t h
modern times to encourage the, adoption of ma
a different policy. On the contrary, every b"
day's experience proves the steady spread Ro
of the. doctrine of Home Government in *
every antion, and the people of Ireland are -
determined that amongst them that shall
not be deemed a crime which all enlightee- ,
ed people prize as a national virtue. The x.
noble people of Meath have recently given 7
an instractive lesson to Ireland, and their in
representative, John Martin, will,no doubt, -
have many a faithful co-operator in advo
eating Home Government even Repeal
of the Uoion,.- lieve me, m r sir,
your faithful sorvat; ,
t Joxn, Ashbishop 'tuam.
SReliefof the Suferieg Fresch. Com- Jo
mittee of St. Francis de Sales d its us
ual weekly meeting on the 3d, at the house ef
of Lis Eminence the CArdinal Archbishop. ,
The receipts for the week were above three re
hundred pounds, and bring the total re- he
ceived from the beginning up to £1589 11e.
7d. A letter was read at the meeting from a
the Bishop of Amiens to the Cardinal co
Archbishop of Dublin, in which, he says: y
"Allow me to take this opportunity of ap- ot
pealing to the charity of your Eminence r'
and of the other venerable bishops of Ire- $
L land. My unhappy diocese has truly been i
most severely tried. It is the theatre of
the war in the North. Armies have swept
across it* in every. direction; the most
bloody engagements have taken piace wlth- 4e
in it; the peasants, after having paid the
most exorbitant requisitions, are dying of
hunger. I say nothing of the bombard
_nent which has reduced Peronne, one of 4.
our leading towns, to a most pitiable state.
This diocese of Amiens has always given a
generous support to all pious unde'rtakings
whether in France or abroad ; God grant
that in this bout of its frightful distress it
t may meet with sympathy ip turn." o
• -CoUision at Sea.-On Monday a French
e vessel called the Ville Ii ti put into Cork
Harbor in a damaged ltion. It would
appear from what ha been gleaned that
e on last Thursday night she was sailing on
g her voyage acoupleof hundred miles off the
* harbor, and the weather being foggy, she
e was run into by a strange vessel. Immedia
is tely that the collision took 1ace, the crew
L- of the Ville Dieppe, inolandlnthe captain,
,- jumped into the strangers which sailed off,
it leaving on board the injured ship two
Is boys, who had not time to follow the ex
e ample of their companions before the oth
s er vessel sailed away. The boys remained
on board the Ville Dieppe till Sunday,
t when they descried the American barque
Annie Kemble bearing down upon them.
They made signals of distress, and the bark
closed with and spoke them. On mak- 1
o in the circamstances of the collision
of known to the captain, he put on board her
a mate and three men to navigate her to
Sthe nearest port, and with this crew they
n arrived in Cork Harbor on Monday.-C-ork
re search for Arms near Kenmare.-On Fri
e day night last, between the hours of twelve
and one, the house of the Widow M'Carthy,
Sof Fastane, a short distance from this town
o and in the Kenmare district, was surround
st ed by Sergeant Crowley and a pose of
d police, and the inhabitants aroused from
Stheir beds, to undergo a search for arms.
After about an hour spent in fruitless en
deavors to discbver any weapon more for
midable thans a hay "pike" the energetic
sergeant and his business-seeking force
withdrew. It is rumored that the police
were set on to employ the powers of the
SPeace Preservation Act by some persens in
da authority who suspected the widow's son
it of poaching.-Correspoedent of Gork Rz
c Consolidation of Irish Raiahrays.--An in
fluential meeting was held in Derry on
Friday, under thepresidency of the Mayor
Sto consider tihe question of Irish railway
reform. Mr. Gait made a long speech ex
en planatory of the principles of the bilY
- drafted by the Mansioq House Committtee.
In a series of resolutidns, the meeting af
Bfirmed the views of the Mansion House
this ICommittee, as explained by Mr. GL The
was apeakere unanimously egpressed ho -
lde- ion that no greater boon could n to
y- Land than om p et tln the
pyi: .w,, of/,e.
add'd esteem of
the friends of eft ...,
has been pleasd. to mt 'Jbbb dirk"
Kelly, Esq., of. Teml -o ieee eath
to be ajustice of the pece for the conty
of Wesmeoatbh, on the reommendaston of
the Lientqant of the County.
2we Released Feaiau..-Among the pas
sengers by the Canard steamer w lch call
ed at Queenatown was ."Palan" O'Leary
convicted at Dublin in 38684, and senteced
to seven years' penalservitude, for endea
voring to seduce soldiers from their alle
The BRleased Poitical Prisoners.-An ad
dress from Newry, mostnamerously signed
by all all classes, has b e forwarded to
the released prisoners in New York.
Naw ,anzsms 'EvnmadosC ON GAs lIgar
Courin.-Thris is premieatly the ag of dasllghten.
mea. Th very depths at astuer are delved late, sad
her prelbodest secrets wrested from her. Soease has
boeomb the badmaid of eves the ommonest sairs o
life. Art bai become the sbservient latr of mai's -
mast eingaseds. In as dpatmeat of tasi as
there been greater ueoes than i daelopineplag autiSial
light. True, again, many of these soeealed discoveles
have proved highly detlmenatlto lif. ,But the bydre
arbo gas light. It Is elimed, i net esly 7iss tem any a
latent tjuurious propertil. i am ts very nature,
can ver become destrsntive; far thIWe igas is e med
m seea made, which preelades thepetibility of set.
dent under any elrenmstmaees. The-poeas is alm -- O
pl. that the lowest der of intlligence is eapable of
managing it. The apparatus is cheap, portable and
efficlent, and produoespae carbonated hydrogen gas of
five times the illuminatng power, sand at much less
cost, than coal gas. The airs are managed by a com -
pany. which has been highly enecessful; and, as will be
seen byan advertisement In another column, they are
now prepared to furnmsh machines ibr dwellings, stores,
churches, sugar houses, eto. The apparatus may be
seen in operation at the company's office. 30 Carondelet
street, where orders will be received.
SHANNON, MILLER & Clwcs.-Thi Arm re- 1
presents the largest importers and dealers of goods In
their line of any house in the country. Their stoeek of
mlitary goods is unasurpassed. Theykeep constantlyon
and"all materials suitable for costamer sand iociety
goods-gold, silve and tinsel laoes, fHlagep strs te
sels, and fancy dress trimmings. Sm advertisemeat in o
HALar's Nuws De'Osa.-Tbese famous ea
tahhments are is receipt of the London llustrated
News. London Graphic. Landon Times, London De
spe . Dublin Ntion, Irish People, Irish American,
rsh Citao . Sunbrs American Cei FLrank Leslie's
olluseatd Weekl . Sanr of the iOnthe Liverpn t
MHSerpsmceu. Chimney aNierh, ill' Jr.,
oFarna, N.Y. Clippera y ook, e. em . Journ aler
Metropomitan Record and Posrey's Demoerat A .
of-tbe Monthly Magausnle es f Mab hae beu b n.
alved. amon them: OGdoys Lady's osk. Demo est's,
oCthohe TWord, tisroc,h Oveiand, sllond. s'iety
delavia. All the Year Round and the London tA
Journale Alo be in lycetipt of the N. Y. er
ald, World, Tribune and imes, as well as the Chicago
Tims and Tribune. Cincinnati Enquirer and Commer
rierournsl. the San Francisco, Nashville d Detroit
dailies. All the latest novels and literary publications
received. A full line of achool-books constantly on
Housekeepers are quite interested in the
advertisement of Mr. Joseph Miller, Jr., In another
column. He has a hEndome assortment of furniture
coverins of v-rious desllgn and olore asfor inetaee,
4.4 lays linens for 30 cents per yard; 4-4 fine ~ogliah
checked ginghams at 30 cents; fine cotton diaper--1
yards--st e$50 o piece; 10 4 brown abeeting at S cents
per adand many other artiocles idi sps bl to the
househo-, at eq ly low figures. His loclon is 607
CABInnET Onou-The Mason & Hamlin pr
ayn Co., Boston and New York. are famous for tia qual.
of their instruments. They are suitable for parlors,
drawing rooms, lbraMo. chnurches etc, and oconpying
but little space. LoaIs Grunewald, 1o Canal street, isa
the Southern wholesale agent.
The regular monthly meeting of Branch No.
. Hibernian Benevolet Association, will take p ro on
Wednesday evening. March 1, at seven o'clock, In the
Schoolhouse of St. Jhn, Dryadee street. A fall attend.
rnEe is requested.
A special meeting of Branch Number Six
of the Hi bernit Mtual Aid Association will take
plce at the Temperance Hall, No. 67 Joephine street,
on Tuesday evening, February 8. at half past seven
o'clock P. a.
The fortunate holder of ticket No.233, in the
I lottery for R5 l, drawn for s t Sf St. Joeseph's
new ChGcoh, wil plans rleast sm andll rseeive
t his prire.
NEW ORLIAP tRKETS.
Tor the West Enring y, February 24.
SMoam STAN Olomn, 1
Saturday Morning, February e, 1871.
Cormsx-We left the market at the time of our Istr.
portrling 11i to 11ii for ordinary l4 to 14/o for
middllng, and 141 to a for strict middling. since which
prices have recovered a part of the prevlous decline.
-Saturday, the sales embraced 8850 bales, ataslghtmod:.
tfItion of prices ruling during the past week, bat with.
out any decided quotable change. Monday, the bhel.
ness was confined to 7400 bales, the loing qnotations
0 showingnoother vrltia than an advance Ofto on the
inside lguree for low liddlin. Tuesday, the sales
1. summed up only 5300 bales, Frth no change In prices.
k Wednesday was a legal holday, but the sales nerertho.
less, summed up S lo ls, at prioce esow in no quota.
ble varlatiou. hands,. the bu.snes embraced
a ,alo1 ordinary sad low •tamingleie, t a fIl
l tOhrof te. cdy.. sae s summed up" 0 bales,
pr but erbetterprl ot withot any decided q to
0 ble varition. We qote the mar s follonows: d l.
nary Il to ll no rdl llto lt .ce, low middling
1J l3toelymiteIdnllngl4J o14a ndatrliotmlddling 4
' toesl perlb. The totali sls or the week sum up 48,,
SvurtAs ANI Motass--We quote sugar, rvia: fair 71
L- to 8ej, fully fair 9oe, prime at Lo, yellow clarified ll_
Sto 11c. white do l11 to 131. MassesThis article r
at 410 to 145 for common, 47 to li for fair, 0 to54c for
P, prime, end 010 for choice.
f" Fsoua--0uperf1e650o660; double eotnihOn 00.
treble extra )7 to S150; 65 to 8 50 per bbl for choice sitd
f Coua--we quote 71 toin per bushel for mixed and
| yellow and 7' to 75e for white.
in OATs-Ve quoteiu to 710 per bushel for St Louis and
- 1 "A--.O quote s10 to1 l0per i0lbs.
HiAY--The trade is supplied at 84 to 15 00 per ton for
r- prime and 8 to 81 for choies.
tO Foun-idesis held at 3 to614 perbbl retail, end
at wholeule at613 50 per bbl.
el B ~coa--Shonlders aeoqeoted at 101 to lOt, clear rib
o a. idde t to inl'e, clear sides 15l to 1ie, end itl to iTe for
In/ per lb. ercze 3e t 1 nd kegs at 14 to 141
sn Day SALT MEAT-Sliouldere are quloted at 81 teiei;
lear rib aides lie; clearsdes 11 per lb.
Bux'arav UTAcols-Westere commands 15-toi 1o pen
lb. and Noathemn toe.
Bass--We quote Texar choice extra mes in barrs at
n- *I 4to t5 and 5iS to1O poer tierce.
on Loauuwrd Rics-Wo qnota Infelor Sc, ordinary to
r, gooddo ",,rlme to good do. Sc. choele ---e per lb.
Il Cow--we quote l~t to 1510 per lb (old pdutid)
sy forprim4lq1 toeiforgood, 14* tol1tivfsLr ,ord y
UEcusanWetemn Potatoes e coming In slowly.
l audl Ohio commande 8149 to i5 and St. LoUIsl'aJ to7i n8
me. perbbL WesternOnlo arimedull at 6 1t0to. .Appie
"l TRI UD E~aB -C-lkeensare.selng on theLard.
he to 33. Egg 1 to c par do
to O dljtllS. Arican half dollars 10t1
Uhe MOlio5 dollaIq te ll.
5teulanlu nchag Nlttol1. fraea4.'1 to 4.7.
aned a "
. ",. a
Yards and O, Magnollsa strdeet,
Bet Cee n rap osta an cidn es skreet., near Yaw
B kb e asitheaeo.ton a DOt
Guarantee n suad md
AP.apedo adde lam l el tm o.
15 .. Carona~le· Street .15
WES'ERN PRODUCE, LIQUORS, ETC.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
186 and 192..Tchoupitonlas street..186 and 192
fel9 ly NW out.
WE HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND. AND
offer to Dealers in Provialons and Grocers, at the lowest
BACON-Shoduers, Clear, and Clear BRib Side,
HAMS.-Choise Sggar-Care Plain and Canvased.
BULK MEATS-Sheulders, Rib, Clear Rib and
LARD-Choie., in tiercee and kegs.
PLOUR-VarieV s tra sad Choie6 Family.
SPASR BIBS-In tirees.
PIGSB' IET-in kegs and hafrrel.
GIN and BRANDT-Demestle.
FINNEY & BYRNES,
BBSS & CO'S PAIm t E.
.. ess-ns aInd Qur, bottled by srs, Blood,
Wolfe & Co., Livapoel, In store and for sale by
MARTIN DBURAH, Agent.
30 Commeree street,
felt 3m . Between Lafayette sad Girod streets.
J McCAFREY &A CO.
Dealers in Grain, Cornmeal and Hay,
Corner of Falton. 4d 5 ly
P BRADLEY. Deririn
Western Produce, Hay, Corn, Oate, Bran,
Flour, Potatoes, Onions, etc.
CoenerElymian Yields and Front Levee, Nos 39 and 40,
near Pontchartrain BR. Depot, Third Diet. d2351
. A. Finney. Thos. Byrnes. W. H. Byrnes.
FINNxY & BYBNES,
Western Produce and Provisions,
85 ..............Poydras Stree............. .85
o tf -New Orleans.
WHOLISALE D5AIZU 1i
WINES• AND LIQUORS,
No. 55 Tobhepitonlag street.
and 7, e and 76 Lafayette tet. Orlean
fe ly e Orleans
. T GIBBONS & CO.,
GRAIf, CORN MEAL, AND HAT,
7, 6163 .......New Levee street....... 57, 561, 63
: ly I Carer Poydrtis.
E. SaHON1. SLATER,
Yard-459 Magazine street
Resldence-478 Camp street, corner of Qrange
se5 '70 ly New Orleans.
R DOVER, SLATER.
Corner St. Charles and Felicity ets.\
LaAKY ROOFS REPAIRED JD WAIRRANTED.
Orders from the country promptly attended do. Jes6 ly
p A. MURRAY,
183 Magazine street,
(near Julia) nw oargLAs.
ll work warranted to give entire
All kinds of Clsterns made to order
Orders promptly attended to.
A lot of Cisters, made of the best
material and- workmanship kept eon.
74,-76 and 78--.New Levee....74, 78, and 7!
Near Poydras streetdew Orleans.
Keeps oematantly am banada large asortmemt of
BREAD, CRBEAM BICUITS, and CRAOZKER
of every deseiptlem a miade by .maobaery, at lower
market prices. sh)3 ly
.ms .nna . r , ,, - . .
now a x at1 e
lagng be.a Nw Tt. .W',,
rebPatdGemmye., w ra
iera New Orle to Lverp .....................
S . Pa is ......................... 65
..H .. Sa m..b. .................
Taseratw bionh* bms Erape 4 Nw Orldes at
Small Drafts for Sale on the Boyal Bank o
Apply to m
* l 15' .PeZ w .
ona ow. .
EISCELLAIEOUS AJ 1ERTISEIEITS.
ETOaNs NEW rETHOD ro THE CORNET.
A Moat Useful and Attractive Inetrueton Book.
Containa in Part L plain, tll and complete directions
to the learner.
Contains in Part II. a fine selection of Ppular Melo.
dles, which may be played with'ke orignalPino ac.
Contain in Part III. Trio for Cornet, Baritone and
Pianoforte, Brilliant Themes, Variations, ete.
Price, in boards. 1 50. Speeimens sent post-paid on
receipt of retail price.a
OTT atrLast Boon.
CEAP. CITSON A CO..
ase'70y 11 Bmoadvry w ork.
NEW OBLEANS SAVINGS 1WSTTION,
No. 187 CANAL STREET,
L. F. GENERES. Presldenr.
nod 0m SAM. JONES, ia.. Tr nsur.
AND SAFE DEPOBIT COMPANY,
54.. ...........Camp Street. ..............54
JOSEPH & COPES, W. VARN ORDE n',
Dlrectora-WILn Thoma. David Walan, Henry Pay
chand, Dr. .. H. Heloeahe.
Six per oat paid on avingl depesi.
S.LAsented ad alnuba reaved.
Intearest on beads Collected and remitted.
Person. living in the country will and this Company
a mate depoasiory for valuable., papers., te., at a email
expense. noe7 ly
Soumuax BRasz, New Orleans, May, 17T0.
This Bank will draw STERLING BILLS in sums to
sait parties wishing to remit small amounts to England
or Ireland. C. LIVAUDAIS.
myS ly . Cabier pro tm
HIBERNIA BANK OF NEW ORLEANB.
aw Oarsats, December 15, 1870.
STERLING BILLS ON DUBLIN, payable in all
parts of Ireland, for sale at this Bank, In sums to suit.
from One Pound upwards.
del8 8m JAS. J. TAELETON, Cashier.
Jans Jacmae, D. M. nrLATam,
Successor to W.D. HExanoen.
Jackon A ans. Latwith Lackson A Anderson.
JACKSON, EILPATRICE & HENDERSON,
Importers and Daqler l in
8 Throupitoulas, 8 Now Levee, 46, 48 and f0l
New Orleans, La.
Proprietors Flak Salt Warehouses. Cargees taken on
Storage, in Bend or Free. Ja8 3m
IN LLIAM BOH e,. OPTICIAN
Betweean Poydras and Lafayette irtNoe.
fel9 ly Naw Orleans
BRAZILIAN PEBBLE SPECTACLES
Can only be had at 11 CAMP STREET.
Their coustrotion, says a oalebratedw r on oas.
Is in aoordane with tshe pbiloaopby of nature n the
forn of a avo.oo, sx mirror, nd n h. r ae pre
renoy I olerte~at thawbe aro ran d parCe e
rbas hem on by the improvement in his viton.
For le by XERNfGN A CO. OpticbLn.
110, II erp .a..s
GUNS, PISTOLS, RIFLES, AMMIIT ITION,
FISHING AND SPOUTING ARTICLES.
L. UERTEIS, No. 55 St. Charleo street,
* ll Respetfnl ormn h friends and tbe pobUo er
r where may hbee Eo:ia fll assortment of Double and
8in ý iBa,rrled SHOT GUN , o. vari..m. .
SFI;slBarTO _REVOLVERS of arloos mskor
of a11 kinda.BISe G and SPORTING ARTICLES.
MILITARY and POLIOCE GOODS.B et., the whole o .
whih eare ofredt the trade at lowest market rates.
REPAIRING all kinds done with neatness ad s..
patchb. and sl work folly guaranteed. . ud .-1m
Corner Elysan Fields and St. Claude fae
Ceuntr7 Order promptly a dtted to, s ,Si
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