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Wlsw OLUANx. SUIDAT. OeTO3U Is. 15n. UlxLTsD STAT3s. CaHcAoo.-2% 2b'rir$ Cox gruris.-On Saturday ight, Out. 7l a fire broke out, whiho, at oEer tfma woud have been desig. nated a "extensive" bat which, in view of the terrible and almost unequalled conlsgra tion which starting in its dread career the Rol lowi night sand rseslting in the almost en tire d truoon of that eitf, eauses it to pale into inignioinee. The re on Saturday A night, hroug the exertions of the firemen, was extinguished, and Sunday morning dawn ed upon the doomed city without one remoni. tCry sign of the fghtful halamnity wtoh was about to fall upon oer. Iate that evening, a boy went nlato a stableon DeKaven street nea, the river, on the west side, to milk a cow, ar rying with him a kerosenel Iamp,wbloh was kiokedover bylhe cow, and theb daaid scattered among the straw. This was the be. ginnig of the fre. A single extinguisher on on theground, or active work of the police in tearing down one or two shanties, would have Swreveted the spreading of the dames, but the eugian were waited for, and they rrivd, the Ore o stupifLed by their exertions at the fires .op Sausrday nifht, worked slowly and elamsi Sly. heir os availed nothing.' The wind from Vie southwet blewsrgale and the flames shot pidly from house to house, nnd from b dtoboard yad. Meanwileit bad. 1 the river north of Twelfth str et to the south aide, and extended to brick and stoes business blooks,and to the railroad and ieight derot and mannfaoturing houses, when the exl tiet of the dangerwas relicd for thei first time. The ire department, already tired, worked like heroes, and the Mayor and city goternment that had supinely ested now e gn to exert themselves, but te opportnity had been lost. The time when a thorough or ganisation could have blown up buildings, or prepared for an emergency, was negle and t w now a fight for life. The wind blow ing stiff gale had possession of the ames, and e beautiful building, ,Chioago's glory, lay fore it. Thence Harrisn, ain Bursen, A , Monroe and Madison streets were soon rse , the intervening blocks from the river to D bon street on the east being consumed. It g Sunday the proprietors and employees were t home utterly unconscious of what was tra IIrmg. Those who saw the lames soa t was the remains of Saturday night's tire, d having confidence in the ire depart-. men ere more unconcerned, bat between 11 and o'olock a rumor got abroad that the fire was the business portion of the city. Then peop commenced moving; horses were bron t into requisition to take property out of r h of the conflagration. What a acene met heir gaze. The Board of Trade, the Con ouse, Western Union Telegraph Office o and a Associated Press offices and hundreds of q er buildings were all in flames. The air was led with live coals which were hurled to t the rth and east a besom of destruction. The re engines were powerless for saving.v All t men could do was to blow up bald-1 Pug. ut this availed little. The 2.mes, 2Hbwms, p et puWbican, Erenia Journal and other new per offices, the Western News Company bloc Field & Letter's establishment, Draker 8 bloc recently built, and Farewell & Co's., o all ere soon in ashes. It seemed that 0 no nor had the flames struk a wall n t went dieettl through, ad very few a m sufficed to destroy the most elaborate lyb ! structre. The walls hairly melted and e very br were consumed. The t1 w pavement took freaking a contion- t ossheet ooflame two miles loog-by one mile L widel No human being could possibly sur vive many minutes at any given point, and k block after bloek fell and the red hot eoals b shot higher annd higher, spread farther and fart r, until the north side was a vast sheet of e, from river to lake. At one time it hem the people in, that .t was expected that thousands most perish. The Sharman Fre ot and other otels were emptied of a thel guests, and a remarkable sight presented Q iteel in their hurrying through with trunks " sack or bags on their shoulders, Beeing amid F the mes for their lives. Those who could U mad for the burning bridge, others got to th lake bore and south side. But three blocks of hi all t vast business section remained at day- t viz: "the Tibune block, Customhouse is nd onre blocks, on Dearborn street, had w urn , and those who had fought the flames ere thought that at least the 2Hbune block D old be saved. Parties of men under Sam Me- tr dill avept off the live coals, and put out the 12 lame inside the walls, and another lot of men O ndei the direction of Hon. Joseph Medill, watched the roofs. At half-past seven o'clock c this appeared safe, and most of the nmen went he to get rest andfood. A number went to sleep th in the "Tribune Building," but there was a change of wind, and the Hflames reacpd Wab- A a. ttate street and Michigan avenue. Soon cl MeVieker's Theatre caught fire and in a few F" momqnts the "Tribuno Building" was in Bi flames, and at the last moment the sleeping On men were aroused and rescued from them. a' ly 10 o'clock in the forenoon this remaining if block was in ashes. Now was to be seen the ni most remarkable sight ever beheld in this or $1 any other country. There weie from fifty to Yc seventy-five thousand men, women and chil- ' dren fleeing by every availablestreet and alley to the southward and westward, attempting to nave their lives. Every available vehicle was th brought into requisition, for the use of which th enormous prices were paid. The streets and sidewalks presented a fearful sight-thousands an ofpeopleinextricably comminglee. Poorpeople no of all classes, shades, and of every nationalit n -from Europe. China and Africa-mad with re excitement, struggled with each other to get th away. On the morning of Tuesday, the 10h, ha after the Are had raged furiously for at least a: forty hours it was gotten under control. It is, asvyet, impossible to estimate the loss of life saproperty. Up to Fridny morning, eighty beiles had been recovered from the ruains, but fure the extent of the conflagration and the cu rapitity with which it spread it is certain that al mas more lives were lost. The loss in bh prorty has been variously estimated from Fr $200J00,000 to S400,000,000, and that it must thi be eormous is palpable from the fact that thi neary all of the business portion of the city, to with ts blocks of magnificent buildings, p bank hurohes,(the Cathedral and six Catholic e Chures being of the number,) newspaper in offcui etc., and many hundreds of buildings oc- Re cupietas residences were destroyed. A careful estimte makes the number tobe cared for dur. Pl ing thlwinter70,000. This terrible disaster has excite the most earnest and heartfelt sympa- da thy onghoot the world and contributions B of thisaude of dollars, food, blankets, etc., be are paoing in from every qaarter. There can 0 hbe no onbt but that the city will be immedi- l ately ebuilt. Two of the newsraper have alreadk appeared, though in geatly diminish ed si, each filled with advertisment and an anno cements of merchant's changes of local- tn Sty. ¶he banks are also making preparations for th immediate resumption of businaiebs. It an shoul also be remembered that there is an s immese amount ofinsuranceon the property, a eat portion of which is in Eastern and Eng lshh Cmpanios, all of which money will ad Itd mmeely in rebuilding. We publish else- dr where the telegram from the Bishop of Chicago m0 ArclbishopSpalding:T WAs rlr Trox.-The President has issued a oroclanination to all persons belonging to uu- I lawful combinations and conspiracies in the counties of Spartansburg, York, Marion, Chester, Laurens, Newberry Fairfield, Lances ter, lnd Chesterfield, Sonth Carolina, where they are said to exist, commanding them to retire peaceably to their homes within five at days anl to deliver either to the Marshal of in the United States, for the District of South at i1 ma .l a spuemr *---, - . niesb, not easily perceived, but worth whole ot them." , a C0rolu, tor to *y of his Deputiles or to anuy Smiliay oeslers of the United States within id euntiue, all aums, ammunition ulbforms, -- dss othe mee, sad implimen t recd,.Lkept, ppeessd or controlled bv tham for esryiaanj out thb usiawfil purposes or whish r amthe emia sts ad espilsaeie are al - ind. Tbhe Pesidat ghas so muo of Sthe crt martial C as sends malor Sodge to the peiteutiary and bard labor for Naw Yea.m-Theeeeiement inregard to the fire in Chioae eased tho entire esensaion oS ebusineas NewrYokon Meuday. mas ofl do bt and pseplýdad peMrvads . is as e I otfles in u tote bir t of their liabill- I Iand aIready s.ve of theo largest oP ie ave sspdedbd munatilthairloeseseanbe I eret) lestamated, and mes take to meet I Sthem. Ohe epepanies suppe to be-a sc heavily involved alntlaed budaesbut no knowledge they an Ibrd no idea of-the t amount they will be foreed to meet, but hope a they may be nabled o weather the storm and d p of a altheir 'laims. s e e P- xnmXmrLva.-The State elections have t resulted in favor of the Republicans by about e 15,000 majority according to their own esut- t mate though the Demoorats make it lower. I The Legature will probably stand Senate 8 Rep es and 15 Demoerat; House, 9 pulicans and 41 Demorats. The RpuU ean marity for the different eandidates in t SPhildelph range from 9000 to 10,000. Dar- lg the elsction a riot between whites, and blacks occurred in Philadelphia. Shots were dred and brioks thrown-resulting in the kill- h ing of 5 and wounding of twenty persons. According to the Philadelphia .Lf the riot was cused by drunken negro youths insulting ladies and killing a negro who voted the Demoeratic ticket. ILLn.ors.-The drought now prevailing in A the West has not been equaled within the past twenty-five years. All through central and ti southern llinois the wells and small streams are completey dried up, and the inhabitants flnd great dificulty in obtaining sufficient 01 water for household and stock. The soil is so C dry that plowitg is-tendered mpossible. Fires L in the woods and prairies previl in every di- 01 rection, ineluding Mihigan llinois, Wiscon- P sin and lowa. Heavy rain alone can stop the w conflagration. The woods and hpuses are t burning along the New Albany and Chicago Railroad. m Mzcuoaax.-St. Clair and Huron advices are di distressing. All that part of the State east of C' Saginaw Bay and north of a-point forty miles or above Hnron has been swept away by the fire. A number of persons perished. Five villages Ti were entirely destroyed, two partially, and A others threatened. There were tores in these NI towns filled with winter goodd. A steamer o sent with relief from Port Huron returned ci with forty persons, several of whom were si badly burned. All the telegraph oflices lii along the lake a' o-el a've burned. t. B. n'- in bard, at Huron City, shot all his fine horses er and cattle to prevent their perishing by fire. O A light rain yesterday seems to havecaused CO the fire to abate. Charles Scott, of Hope Col- wi lege, perished in the flames: ; also a minister, in whose name has not been ascertained. On the vs 12th a fire destroyed -the principal business wl part of the town of Windsor, opposite Detroit. o0 Omno.-The Republicans have carried the Ec State by a large majority. A telegram to the Secretary of War says 45,000. The official count rn forty-six counties gives them 18,700 majority. The latest estimates give the Sen- an ate 18 Democrats and 17 Republicans; House, co 47 Demoorats and 56 Republicans. tc nexwsersa.-A great prairie fire prevails in 1a this State. Its course is southeast. toward a the Iowa border and -the Minnesota river. wi Losses confined principally to houses, barns, ub fences, wheat and live stock. Only two lives as known to be lost. `Many small farms have as been completely destroyed. of aonoes.--John SBriven, Democratic candi date for Mayor of Savannah, and the entire Democratlo Board of Aldermen have been lit elected by a majority of 1613 votes. e Tuxas.-The elections in this State have eaused much trouble and disturbance. At Groesbeck the negroes killed Mr. D. C. Apple- 00 white, an old citizen. The votes in Limestone, 0 Freestoen, Grimes and Bell counties, which do was heavily Democratic, it is understood, will SI be thrown out. The Democratic nominees Or have the, following majorities: Giddings, in Ti the Third District, 4411, which includes 1630 in the counties of Limestone and Freestone, .1 which are under martial law and will be thrown out, probably. Hancock, in the Fourth I pr District 3640. Connor, in the Second Dis trict, 16.000. Herndon, in the First District, 1 12,000. Reports of an Indian raid in Parker Mr county have been received. The Indians came within two miles of Weatherford, captured a neo child and killed or -captured a number of fut horses. A small party of citizens pursued ms them, but were too weak to make an attack. UTAIK.-Arrests for licentiousness continue. A special conference was held at the Taberna. set ale. There were 8000 Mormons present. asn Federal officiais were bitterly denounced. coa Brigham Young was much escited, and prayed nal cuarses on Federal officials. He said, "Trust in th God and keep your powder dry, and do not she fail to have on hand a supply of fixed ammn- cola nition." The Mormons have subscribed T $10,000 to the Chicago sufferers. Brigham lea, Young gave $1000. Salt Lake City will send mar '50,00. the NQLALND. call Municipalities and trade associations be throughout England are moving in behalf of thi the Chicago sufferers. A large amount will be prli raised. A similar movement is realizing large a * amounts on the Continent. Gladstone has an- - nounced the determination of the Government not to yield to appeals for the release of the remoiuing Fenian prisoners, on the ground that their offences are not political. $350,000 have been raised in London for the Uhicago B sufferers. all 1 RANCE. sad The Echo prints a report that Ponyer-Quer- by tier is on has way back to Versailles with a pop customs treaty duly ratified and signed. It is grad also reported that the German Government Th, has given its assent to the entire evacuation of Freach territory by the German troops. On bthe other hand, a dispatch from Berlin says hat M. Ponyer-Quertier is offering concessions o Germany in the treaty negotiatiihs, for the T prpose of securing the evacnuation of the six "d departments of France by the Germans. The held oelections have pussed off quietly. The result t in the conservative provinces largely favor the The Repnublicans, whose candidates develop unex- a pected strength. Prince Jerome Bonaparte is aI elected from Agaclo. The conservative candi- eo: dates were generally nsuccessful in Paris. The tt Bonapartiata are all defeated. Gens. Faidher- Ami be and Ducrot are elected. The Imperialist l candidates are successful li the Department of rate 1im and Aube. Dombroski, who was the to leader of the mob in an attack on the German n esidents of Lyons, has been arrested, tried and sentenced to two months' imprisonment and a fine of 100 franos. The Algerian agits- MA tions continue; there are apprehnensions that two an abandonment of the colony will be neces sary. ITALY. o Two convents have been occupied by the e' T-alian troops. The inmates quickly with drew. The Italian Government also wants the whi grounds now occupied by Convent St. An- and Irews, for an extension of the King's stables, ha The Jesuits have nu American college there, r and the Pope orders that the convents will in yield only to force. Twenty professors of the se. University of Rome have refused to take the oath required by the Italian Government. BELGIUM. b Three hnndred workmen of Ghent are on a strike. They demand a reduction of the day's labor to ten hours, wages toremain unchanged 2 and doable pay for work over, at th te ties during the eight weeks of holanL [ amounted to more than $125,000,l)O. The Relehstag s convoked for the 16th ime SThe nbdis o, ob6 submbitted propoem an 1I ere0 Of_ 6,00,000 thas aPps nruiations fo navy and coa dtefenes. gu r and Bi-. Smareare onow disoeeing the payment of th: fourth. half milliard indemnity. r SPAIN. The Progrqesioniste are about to orlniso party throughont Spain on a ar ris els, s Sfar as eonoer of action and party diipline I Seonoeened. It is known that Serano and f I ets oa the haost of termas,d ready to s a n utO. It is states aom thea e iS good understaading between Segeta eand E mester.. oveywhe ro ofreughet BSpain the s eDemorat a demmonstrating in fsvor of Zc. s ruma. Tweat-two governeors of provines S have tendered thi rsiastone. Te pollti Scal exitement, whioh hei been rife since the aoemblenln of the Corte., Is growing in in. tgtensity. aonism between agota Sand Sesila is constantly Incresing. The or Sdo eud by Prim neaery a year abo, forbid Sag eoldise belonging to politia raseols i cl sir, ee been renewed, and will he rig _efenforeor d. Alviee rmesived here from ainlis ato e tbrat the nreolt of the Kayoca memaes only the domlnooe s of the Sultan of Turkey, who has eont troos to restore order. The panish ugarrlson of Me als will take no oke no part in the operations raginut Kaybl, unless me insult should be ocbred to the Spanish flag. The cause of the insurrection r wes the eosablishment of a Moorish custom home on the coast. SOUTU AMERICA. KINosrowN, JAAIcA, Oct. 7, ires Havana, t et. 11. The steamer Aspinwall brings the following _ l _ A Sonth Aerica: ALdviosa¶rom Panama state that the Italian regidents of Lima are making great prepara. tions to celebrate the anniversary of the ocua pation of Rome by the national troops. The President was ordered by the clergy to issue an order forbidding the demonstration. The order caunsed great indignation. The students of Lima resolved to get up a celebration of their own, and on the day they assembled in the public cqnare. While the editor of the Neaooul was delivering an oration the troops rushed from the four sides of the square and charged the crowd. Although no resistance was made, many were wounded, and five hundred were dragged to prison, among them the Bolivian Consul and the Seoretary of the Chilian Legs Lion. Great excitement- was caused by tis outrage. There were fears of an ontbreak. The Itaiatn Sag was ordered down everywhere and mbnnted police patrolled the streets. Night came without further disturbance. A counter demonstration was made by the olerical party on the next day. The proces sion passed through the streets, carrying a life-sized portrait of th Pope When it halted in the square, a large number of people gath ered around, the portrait to go through the ceremony of kissing the feet. It was then dis covered that the pietnre had been smeared with ttrpntine. The sacrilege has roused the indignation of the Catholics, and the feeling is very bitter aginst the Italians. One of thew was believed to have been the author of the outrage, and would have been killed if dis covered. [We give this for what it is worth. Evidently factshav b been greatly distorted.] MEXICO. Juarez was installed as President on the 1st, amid great exoitement. Juarez's message was conciliatory but firm. Another great revolu tion has broken out in the State of Neuva Leon. All the State ofms er are leagued against Juarea. It is expected the movement will be seconded by neighboring States. Mer chants at Matamors and on the coast are un easy about coming events. Great preparations are being made at Matamoras for the defence of the city. Three of the dirtiest and most ragged little ragamuffins in New York city en tered one of its most magnificent drug atores, and, marching up to the counter, one said, "I want a cent's worth of rock candy." "Get out, you rsgamuffln; we don't sell a cent's worth of rock candy." Slowly and sadly they filed out of the store. On the sidewalk a consultation took place. They re-e..tered the store. "Mister, d, you sell three cents' worth of rock candy r" " Yes." " Well, we ain't got 'em," and the procession moved out again. The Monr-tu; STAr can always be bought of Mr. Henry A. Schwabe, 357 Common street, near Claiborne Market, where will also be found a general assortment of newspapers, magazines, etc. QuITe A CuonosrrY.-A hen belonging to et Garield laid an egg esterday which was quite a novelty. shape it was like a pear, and had a stem of considerable length attached. Thi top for about an inch was destitnute of a shell, a thin skin acting as ' overaing. and this skin being removed, it was-found that the yolk was of the usual form and color, but what sheould have been the white of the egg was deep wine color.--cramento Union. This egg was, indeed, a cunioity, and we regret to learn that it has been broken, for who knos s what rs makable bird mght nt have come from it. Perhaps the bird hatched from this egg might bh a greater curl ority than the egg itself. Again, perhaps it might not be na bird at all. n fact there are so many curious things happening in California that it would not ptr prise us iftlirs should have come from this qgeer .eg a "Singer" ;-one of those fmous featherless "Singe s" which W. E. Cooper & CO., Noe. 7 and s Camp street, have always on hand, u announced in their advertise. ment elsewhere. We take pleasure in calling the attention of all those suffertng from affections of the throat, lungs and heart, to the inhalation treatment of thes diseases by Dr. A. F. Foltin, 165 Canal street. Dr. Follin was a pupil of the renowned Dr. Valentine Mott, and Ie a graduate of the University of New York. class of 1841. The Doctor has praeticed the above treatment for ten yers in both this city and Mobile, and has met with the mst flattering esocees. The Fifth Grand State Fair of the Mechanica' and Agricul tural Fair Association of Louisiana will be held onths Fair Greund. in this clty, for the term of eght day, begnning on the 18th and closing on the 2dth November, an.d 5.0,.1 a re offered in premiums. The Assoiatlon O s Hunuhe tobold itafair lht year, on acoannt ofhe bnrnlng o itsnbuildngs. The grounde are now in a beautful condition, and maguldeent bnildinse reptlco thse which were destro$ e . The omig firr promer to be sthe snest ever held in this State. Enhibitore are invited from every'section of America, anad arangements have been made with zrodrms, esteamshipe snd other transportation lines to to. y ddress by ppyiYe to Luther Holmes, Secretary nd Tresurer. 2;ew Orlea. REnMOVAL OF THE GREAT SEWINO MACRLFE Ira.--For some years past Mr. M.8. Hedrick hts had tw--o sewing machine depeos On Canal street, one aNt o. thoroughi tte P, uwth splendid carpetss. ,how eses. st., then elegant new store at 103 Caln street, he hua seen at 03 Canal street. At this place Mr. Hedrlck pronse to exhibnt all the leadig eawing mschine,, as well u the ceiebraotd -, ilcoax & i;ibts machine, for which he is special fount. This machine is uollescos and can bh wurk.'t ly Ofvlnf, even by a p'eron who ban had no eporicuce. Sir. lledrick his. in connection with Mr. Lewis, opened a Indies' I'nlshlog ,oods ze prtment, where su.i and ladies' garments can be oh toea at low rates. (ive him a.Ia and see for your. The weather of late has been very change able, alternating watm andeold almost daily. Thecon aequence is that ve bear of many complaining of coughs and colds. Do not, by any means, neglect then, a they may develop Into fetal casos of consumption. Go etralghtwa7 and nip le disease in the Bud by taking t.aptsce's Indian Turnip Pectoral Balm-for sae at aul of cur rterrding drug sturcs. ing 1 For sasl by Druggits and Jewelers everywhsl I nest EDUAR3AL AED 0Imh W .e Iw- lbael Phelan, the eelebrated billiard play S1e, isaded. he Cheesy's History of the Second Army of the Loire, has reached a third edition. The court of revision to which RBosel ap e pealed has sentened him to death. The Savannah BRpaq.lkm, one of the leading 1d Democratio papers of the South, i offered for to sale. A manifesto from Napoleon upon the subject W of the political situation of France, is about o0 to be issued. Gov. Brown, of Missouri, has called out the le militia to suppress Ku.klzu in Duken and m. Stoddard counties. k The seutence of Rochefort has been com c muted from imprisonment for life to banish s. meat from French territory. i" We learn from Berne that the "Old Catho Slie" party in Bolothirm has constituted itself Is Into a Swiss Association of Liberal Catholics. rf Mr. Duffy's Cabinet in Victoria contains 0 three Castholics-the Hon. G. Duffy, Prime a, Minister; Mr. O'Grady, Minister of Public n Works, and Mr. Walsh, Attorney General. SMinister Cataasy declares the story that be spoke in infamous terms of the President and Secretary Fish or that he ever put a low esti. m, mate upon Amerlcan character, are falsehoods. le The Abbe Rayneval, vicaire of the Madeleine, brother of the late Frenhob Ambassador to the a. Holy See, has been nominated by the President a- of the Republio as Superior of St. Louis'des 1 Franeais, at Rome, in place of Mgr. Level, de r ceased. ft The Louisville Courier Journal thus feelingly r alludes to the decease of some of its contem 2 poraries: "The Bloomfield, Indiana, ribunse d has attained the apex of the tin tube; thirteen d ow newspapers have ascended the spout within six weeks." n In a memoir of the late Grand Vizier of Tur key, the Levant Herald says: "There can be no impropriety in revealing, that when the rap e ture between France and Prussia took place, his sympathies were so entirely with the for. mer that be lost no time in offering an active alliance to Napoleon. In reference to the report of a conversation i with Dr. Dollinger, which we gave lately from I the New York World, we learn from a letter in -the Guardlas that Dr. Dollinger has sent " an official contradcltion of it to the American pa pears. The conversation was actually held with an American Jew, but very much distorted and I misrepresented in the Worldis version of it. Tablet. DIED: u., Catharine ane, wafe of Martin Burk. a native o I county Lesdudsrry. Ireland, town of Dungives. DONLON-On Thlmursday. October 1, 1871 at f A. KEc E-mmOn, Irelnr , and a msae of thi c4 . for the 184 Delor Streets.nearTivoliirle. I will open on WednODA October 16th. l. at 5 Amy R.. J h di, wife M PGtrZIc DohSTaey, as tire of the county Kerry~ lrelad. SE Fin-Oe.teb n. at ten miorted tock or...The. ENGLIef, Fred 37 yeC, a ntive of the un TAMipperary. Ireland. I am under mOny obiT, tio to my ady friends the184 Delord treet , nfor their Tvery berl Circle. while at o. 8 Jackson tpat, Prompt sha d endeavor to lee them still at bette or at my new sta ' d. Echange 10 Union5 It Betwrly kson aend os 71 phne.p ICO SALES AND SM&LL PROFITS I I will open on IMONDAY, adctober ath, init., at NEW STOCK, are prepared to oer a e ort a Drine. ewGoo and Wo the Latestd Stocyle, of ENGLISH, FRENCHB. GERMAIN AND AMERICAN DRY GOODSE FRwhich have been PURCHASED FOR CSh, end of Oryll e SOLD THE SAME WlAY, with Ia very small ad Hemtitm chnder mandk olerchiefs, to m lacedy fries and the pblic In Embrl, for their very liberalts, ptronage whille of whicht No. Jackson street, and shmall endeanceor to pleNINGe theDAYm still bettr t my............ newOPENING DAYd. JONE MILLER, 6214............M..agazine Street............621 I l t OnBetwe Do en Jfrom Bourbon and Joep.ine. 0'DONNELL, WEMETT & CO., Corner of acksorn and Magazine Streets, Having now completed the marking and arranging ofp their NEW STOCK, are prepared to offer a e assort mentof or Dress Goods of the Latest Style, All of which are to he solde at a small advance on eels It COST PRICE. 14-.............Cnal Street...........141 015f Ih SILKS ! SILKS! SILKS! re -JUST RECEIVED - P. AN IMMENSE STOOK or French, English and Japanbse Silks I BLACE, PLAIN COLORS AND FANCT, dAT UNUSUALLY LOW PtlORES. New Style of Trimmlng Satin, AT BRASELMAN & ADAMS' OASH HOUsE, SeW and eMs.....XAGAZTN STREET.....MS and S -nore St. Andrew street. a -= w Li P. S.-Oaly a small lot of those DAMAGED SILK I. DRESSES les ocl5 It ee5 It----- ----·f o Riw-- H SUPPLY 'UDRESS GOODSI -- InCLUDlO - 1 ALPACAS. t DELAINES, MERINOS. IL FOULARDS, I POPLINS, ETC. S SUITS In Black and Colored ALPACA. POPLIN, roULrARD, Eto. H SAQUES In CASHMERE, DBAP D'ETI. VELVET, VELVETEEN, CLOTH. Etc. - Also - A larg variety of MERINO OSIElT., FLANNELS, SO BLANlETS, HOUSBE FURNISING GOODS, eto., at t. L. BYRNE & CO.'8, u eels It Corner WSagesfe sad asseon so. th A. Ir B. T. WALSHE, No. 110 Canal street, near St. Charles, is now ready to. see his friends and customers, with a large, new, and elegant stock of Men's Furnishing Goods, "Own Make" Shirts, and Boys' and Children's Clothing, all at moderate prices. O 134 Rol the the hes the .oc05 It I HAVE RECEIVED c THE PINEST AND CHEAPEST An Assortment of Goods n this. City. CA Meerrick S nd Amrican PRINTS, (yard) I4 1 Prdt of the Loom s b "Io " Iandale " " " I7o 5Whit. Wool BLAETS (not damag*ed). 4 so0 131 Nine Assorted Wool DELAINES, only.......(yard) P.o of POPLIN', "o. A " Wool Breakfast 8 AWLS ....................SOc BALMOBALS ........................I oo BUFFALO! BUFFALO!! BUFFALO!!! ALPAOA. I have a Sne quality, at 450. per jard. My Lady Customers and friends will bear in mind that I never mlsrepresent my goods. in JOS. MILLER, JR., th 07o.............MA.GAZINE STREET.............eof *1 ocl5 It Between Josephine sad St. Andrew te. r. SPECIAL NOTICES. YO- GHE ' cATHOIzc FRIWDS SOCIETY 3zT OF BT. PATRICK'S.-The oosers aad membeors of this Society are requated to attond the meetIng to be held at their Hall, THIS DAY, October 15th, at IS1. T By order: D. A. MULLANE, Presldent. J. L. LAVELLE, Secretary. Oc15 It SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL.-The Committee of Arrmangements for the Iladies' Fair, to be held at Odd Fellows Hall, commencing Thursday, 9ni of November, IrB1, for the benefit of St. Vincent's del Home for Destitute Boye, will meet THIS (Sunday) t EVELN'G, October 13, at St. Vincent'e Home, at 5 e'clock. C Presidents of Conferences are respectfully invitedto of a attend. By order of the Committee: D. P. SCANLA., Chairman. mo W. n. BYRIES, Secretary. ocl1 it oa I set y . . .. " o20,000 IN PREMIUMS. 1RM OBARD STAT FAIr Mechanics' and Agricultural Fair Auso.. ciation of Louisiana, wtu. a SILD ON THE FAIR GROUNDS, Is THa CrrT or NIa ORLr.IAh 1871. November 13, 1s, 2 t, s,, 27, l, as aut aS. Zzhibitoru are invited fram every Oectieo of Amelsl. Ballroads, steamship, and other treasportte alue, an named Ia te Premiu Ctetloegn (lpage 15 ea II), will carry zhilter to asd tra the Fair at asmhalf the usal ratee. The Books are now epen tar the entry oft Maelae, -Wart, Meahandis.*, Stosh. Agiestaral Prese.a. Freits, Yegetable, toe, at the a of the Aseselaa, in Mesoantce' InstItute. For torther information see rumlu Catalg whlah will be eat to any address fhi at oeual LUTHER ROMES, Searetary aad Treasurer. ocl5 imSp Dow OrlM - A CARD. y lttmovled hiter oo o. I St. Chard s tret tA from her iaf aoy. Her brethn nigh was ver lhrlon ad paabLo. 14 Oalyal Itlre her det, ILAHJ[,TIONr OF IXCINAL OLGEO . LDrMorse'e teatment, se Abling fae Medalro t ge pvearm daty abet ao watnsik. a to sad hareMt . ste the peremt, eared tnese a~r ~ rTA.rn of the SP4 a D ES ea t LI e4 a 88 of VITAL POW SS, te. S, 13 Bourbon seel.t. Has removed hs . from NP . O5 St. Charles semet to N5 . It 4 Canal 4tr t, where be will centlie the TREATMENT OF CHRONIC DIEASELE. (Tem rp INHALATION O MEDICINAL OXYGEN. Insures Finterested arine nvited to all nd Risks gate the treatment. partloularl4 these edbrtag ham ASTHMA, BRONCHIT1e, CONSUMPTION, CA TARR H. DYSPEPSIA, DISEASS the, LIUR. LIDNYS. NEVOUS AFFECTIONS DEBILITY, L055 of VITAL fOWUSS, eta. No cbarge fr eonsultation. sfnreoes given by permission to mapy pesses in OshOureA a..to4r.r.m. On alndey afremgoI THO.. A B W.RAG RSM..ry. , -O.n Ito, sala swet, THE HIBERNIA INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS. . Capital St0e, =ao00,000, OFFICE, NO. 37 CAMP STRIT, (Temporarily pSt. are.) Insures Fire, Marine and River Risks HUGH MYoC.OSEY, Pre.ilden, OHN HENDERSON, Ths Preeu:rlsC, THO. . F. BRAGo, Scretary. oxaactons. HBSgh MoClokey, John BeadOress. Patrick Irwin, The. GAlmers. Ppart ey. Thes C. Wbls6 n. nbrr'Lne a J aoCarsy. W13 Cnway........ Tet ............a13 ThA.. Makeyo, Nicholas Bourks Thas. ing,. Jna. T. Moo. Jr., At. . O'Brie., Thee. Fltnwil jae ' Michaelr MQuade. wA r rk e . Davi, Jackson,. Ja. D D. MaDtln Thes. Dunns, JaG He. darnn, Jr, Joe. W. Lockhart, Jno. O. RLyan. Michael Duily, J_ ire PI O PENING OF TSHE JACKSON EXCHANGE, 134....... .Common Street ............ 134 Betswen Camp and St. Charles. Tbh undersigned, formerly proprietor of Marph 'a Hotel, begs Lave to Inform Miend d the ptbli that he has e#end a hansemesl! fitted ealsee, where th bet ash ' las s L rquas o ll al he eLg a a lunch will e served aly ta 10 to rorok B desire to return his thanks for the liberal ea heretoftore betwed open hi and aures oea that te sarteet will apbe pe to make the new use worthy of theiOr tvor. o , MOCUOIET coil 3m - Jackson sahangs. 134 Commesa 51r55 COMPOUND PULMONIC PASTE. A invalabl e and ooavenlet preparatiotn forOO nS, CAdTARRrS, BRONCHITIS, CONSUMPTION,, a" mall nsem tle· of thae Lungs Pritawe t per horg Prepared only by FRD. B ICKSON ART .D T, Wholesale Druggists, 139.............Canal street..... ..........1 Jae ilyp New Orleans. W - d ALL THE PARE-TS ALL THlL BOOKSLn, ETC., d teetd lor Shool. Church or ams Use, at NEW CEOCIIAIIT ]OO I CTORE, je4u5tlf 14 ICamp a. . opp ert LafaetteSqm. oe.HGE Alph t or un' Church, prt bsae plssen that be re tondevote agai aP ll hmi In teBergL musloniTes r s.bylrons oaf etan etoregLbllmlos. edulatonl. ont trm s to suit had tins, will el to ocS lmrr'