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aiW oLUMawN. UnDAY. ocTOaR , Is. n. WIT AND WISDOM. IA liberal translition of tempus fgit is, , i few get time." Nearly all women like soldiers, and some ould like a good offer, sir. A Kansas City journal calls young ladies' inaries "sugar refineries." to How may men always become fore- b - nded I By doubling their flsts o How to make a hot-bed-Go to sleep pi ith a lighted cigar in your mouth. 1 A lobster never comes ashore without tl t risk of getting into hot water. t Some girls are like old muskets-they use a good,deal of powder, but will not go 0 Why is Westminster Abbey like a fen der! Because it contains the ashes of the p grate. Nursing revenge is like nursing a young edgelog-the older it grows the sharper L 4ailla ci When you hear a man say, "Life is but t dream," tread on his corn and wake him p. Life is real. I If brooks are, as poets call them, the ,, oat joyous things in nature, what are they murmuring" about I k iWhen is the most dangerous time to visit h the country t When the trees are shoot S g and the bullrushes out. Darwinian.-When does a seamstress base "our general ancestor When she akes an apron (ape ran). ti Hate not opinions for being contrary to si hine own. It is not certain but that thou hyself mayest be in the wrong. ci Friendship stands in need of all help, s re, confidence aQd complaisance, and if ot supplied with these, it expires. v "I thought you told me, doctor, that mith's fever had gone off" "Oh, yes, ut it and Smith went off together." All great things are done little by little. toms make worlds. The greatest for- t tunes consist of farthings. Life is made up t' f moments. People in a passion seldom wish their questions to be answered at all, and never k that they should be answered coolly and with reason. It is one of ;the innumerable absurdities a of pride that we are never more impatient I of direction than in that part of life when n we need it most. 1 Cargo Extraordinary.-A vessel arrived at Liverpool on the 12th ult., having on board a hundred cases of cigars and two cases of measles. Great efforts from great motives is the best definition of a happy life. The easiest labor is a burden to him who has no motives for performing it. Destroy the passion for tale-telling. 1 Lisp not a word that will injure the char acter of another, and, as far as you are c , concerned, Slander will die. - More men grow old from having nothing to do thian from overwork. The running machine will keep bright for years, the i idle machine will soon rust out. Dean Swift said: "It is with narrow souled people as with narrow-necked bot ties-the less they have in them the more noise they make in pouring it out." In chasing an annoying dog, the other day, a Portland man ran against a clothes line, which widened his mouth and extract ed two teeth, and he didn't catch the dog. A wag seeing a door nearly off its hinges, in which condition it had been for some time, observed, that if it should fall and kill somebody, it would probably be bung. A man courting a young woman, was in terrogated as to his occupation. "I am a paper-hanger on a large scale," he replied. He married the girl, and turned out to be a bill-poster. A veteran was relating his exploits to a crowd of boys, and mentioned having been in five engagements. "That's nothing," broke in a little fellow, " my sister Sarah's been engaged eleven times." A judge in Indians threatened to fine a lawyer for contempt of court. "I have expressed no contempt for the court," said the lawyer; "on the contrary, I have care fully concealed my feelings." A lover who had just parted from his ' "fair Eve with the golden locks," says, I "Her last words fell like great rocks into the sea of my sorrow, and splashed the briny water into my eyes." An old lady reading the market reports for the first time, tumbled upon the quota tion, "Coffee weak," and exclaimed, "Well, I do declare, if they don't weaken coffee now before it is parched." We are sometimes apt to see those peo ple proud who have done the meanest things; whereas a consciousness of having done poor things, and a sabame of hearing - them, often makes the composition we call pride. There is a moral taught by the following conversation, which needs to be learned by many fathers. Said a little four-year old child, " Mother, Father won't be in He~aven with us, will he 1" "Why not, my child I" "Because he can't leave the shop." "To obtain sweet milk," said the veteran farmer, Greeley, laying down his pen, and S gazing placidly into the face of his inquirer, "To obtain sweet milk, feed your cows twice a day on sugar-cane, and be sure to keep the calf away from the mother while' teething." A striking illustration of the saying, "The pith of a lady's letter is in the post S cript," was that of a yoang lady who, hav ing gone out to India, and writing home to her friends, concluded with the following S postcript: "P. 8.-You can see by the signature that I am married." Rather unexpected was the reply of the urchin, who, on being arraigned for playing marbles on Sunday, and sternly sked, "Do you know where those bad little boys go who play marbles on Sund¶r tI replied, innocently, " Yes; some on em goes to the common, and some on 'em goes down by the side of the river." "Why, Mr. B.," said a tall youth to a little person who was in company with half-a-dozen high men, "I protest youea are so very small I did not see you before. "Very likely," replied the gentleman. " Sam like a sixpence among sixr copper pen nies not easily perceived, but worth th: S wh ole ot themra. JUVENILE COLUMN. MART'S IPOOGIzVEIaSS.. "She is real mean, and I'll never speak to her again." Miny whois it that has vexed ou sond what han she done that my litte daughter should speak so harshly " S"Edith Crane, mamma. She is bigger and a older than I am, -and she makes fan of me, a and sets ,the other girls to laughing at me. t When I go near her, hbe looks down on me, or turns away with proud look, as if I was no body. I know my clothes ae not as foe as her's, but they are tidy. How could they be otherwise, when yon are always telling me to p put a stitch here and a button theret I do not see what I have done to makdher act so." I "My lite.. is over sensitive and some- I Stimes very blot in speech. Edith does not in tend to be unkind to you." r y "Oh, but se does; it is fan for her, she a says, to vex me, for my eyes snap and I toas my head so. What shall I do, mamma, not to hate her 9" "I will tell you, Mary. Papa gave you a epretty little cherry basket, did he not ," "Yes, ma'am." " When you go to shobool to-morrow, take it i to her, and ask her to please accept it. Tell 1 r her that your papa made it for you, out of a cherry stone, and you thought she would like Sto wear it on her chain." n " Oh, mamma, how can I do that t Why, she would turn aside, and may be throw away my little basket, and make fun of me and call me e a little goose. Oh, I could never do it." y "Try it, darling, and see. She does not know what a tender heart my little daughter h as. I do not think she will be so rude, and even if she is, It will take away all the bitter ness from your own heart, and you will never care again. That is what our Lord meant a when He said, 'Loveyour enemies ;' and when Syou go to bed to-night, pray for Edith. She has no mamma to love her or comfort her; a,k the Blessed Virgin to give her a mother's love o and eare." a "I feel so wicked about her, I am afraid I could not say the words, mamma." "Try, Mary, to-morrow, and tell me the re sualt." f Mary trudged to school the next day, lookiag very thoughtful and earnest, but fully deter Smined to doas her mother had advised. How different her looks, how light her step, when she bounded into her mother's room that afternoon. a. "Mamma, you were right. I took the basket r- to Edith. My heart thumped and came nearly p to my throat, when.I asked her to takeit. She looked at it all over, and then liftedher eyes and looked at me. Mamma, I saw tears there, Ir and she said very gently, 'Mary, you are very ir kind; I will always keep this little trinket for Syour sake.' She said no more; I did not wish her to, she was so gentle. When she saw me puzzled over a suun, she came and helped me, as and her brown eyes were full of kindness, and it I wondered what had become of tihe hate in n my heart, for when I searched for it I found love instead." "So it would be always, mny dear Mary, if we would only overcome evil with good. Try it, n my dear child, and I can prowis. you that ro your life will always be a very happy one." Young CAtholic. t "GIRLS, IIELP Ft.TIIER." es "My hands are so stiff I can hardly hold a pen," said Farmer Wilber, as he sat down to figure out" some accounts that were getting g. behind-hand. r- "Can I help you, father." said Lucy, laying re down her bright crocket-work.. "'I shall be glad to do so if you will explain what you want." g " Well, I shouldn't wonder if you can, Lucy," ig he said reflectively. "Pretty good at figures, ie are you ." "It would be sad if I did not know some thing of them after going twice through the arithmetic," said Lucy, laughing. " Well, I can show you in five minutes what re I have to do, and it'll be a wonderful help if you can do it for me. I never was a master e bhand at accounts in my best days, and it does es not grow any easier since I put on spectacles." t- Very patiently did the helpful daughter plod through the long line of figures, leaving the ig gay worsted to lie idle all the evening, though she was in such haste to finish her scarf. It ne was reward enough to see her tired father, id who had been toiling all day for herself and the other dear ones, sitting so cosily in his easy ig chair, enjoying his weekly paper, o- The clock struck nine before her task was i a over, but the hearty, "Thank you, daughter, nd. a thousand times," took away all sense of Sa weariness. "It's rather looking up, when a man can have such an amenuensis," said the father. "It a is not every farmer that can afford it." en "Not every farmer's daughter that is capable o," of maleing one," said the mother, with a little h's pardonable maternal pride. "Nor every one would be willing, if able," said Mr. Wilber, which last was a sad truth. a How many daughters might be of use to their me fathers in this and many other ways, who never id think of lightening a care or labor. If asked re- to perfoam some little service, it is done at best with a reluctant step and unwilling air, which robs it of all sunshine or claim to grati tuhis de. Children exert as great an influence on ya, their parents as parents do on their children. ito Guardian Angels. ,he THE THUNDERING LEGION. rts When the Emperor Marcus Aurelius was makingwar upon the Germaps and Samairans, his troops were reduced to-'the greatest ex ad, tremities for want of water. The barbarians Cen had conmpletely surrounded them; and seeing they were absolutely in their power, delayed so- giving them battle in the hopes that they eat would perish by heat and thirst. But when they were in the utmost distress, being unable iug either to fight or retreat, and compelled to re lug main at their posts parched and exhausted, all the soldiers of a certain legion, wbo were Christians, threw themselves upon their knees in the eight both of their comrades and of the enemy, and betook themselves to prayer. Then bya strane and marvellous thing happpened: old suddenly clonds gathered over-head, and a tor ren rent of rain descended. The Romans, rasisitig It" their mouths towards heaven, received the Providential shower, then turning up their shields and helmets until filled, they drant ran largely out of them, and gave water to their and horses. The barbarians charged furiously upou rer, them, so that they had to drink as they fought, Iws and their blood was mingled with the draught; Sto but when the battle began to go against them, another marvel followed-a violent storm ol hail arose, accompanied with flashes of vivid lightning and terrible thunderbolts, which, ing falling among the enemy, filled them wit oat terror and put them to the rouent. "Thus," t cite the description of the Pagan historia, 1- Dion, "water and fire might be seen falling to eo rether from heavrd, that some might drink t ring iheir refreshment, and others be borned t the death, for the fire did not touch the Romans or, if so, was at once extinguished; nordii the wat help the barbarians, but bu.red lik the oil." In consequence of this extraordinary in tervention of Providenee, the Emperor, al though he did not repeal the laws against th itl Christians, imposed a still heavier pnnishmen Son such as informed against them.--Crseder. goes A RusesiN FAiun.-We pride ourselve very much on our fairs and expositions to a but we have hardly anything, after all with that compares with the great fair at Nov zare gorod, Russia, every year. The attend re." anee was larger the past season than fo I 7ears previous, over 300,000 people visil pen- ao i and the sales of various commodi i the ties during the. eight weeks of holding i amounted to more than $125,000,000. A Paarr D aoaurrrox.-A short dis taes from San Psaneisso, Cal., is the Ca tholio buring-grond a Cemetery -around the base of a cone-shaped bill, called " Lone Mountain," which rises t the height of 285 feet--asnllaiy symmetrical, -surmounted by a igantio ross. The view from this poiet is truly magneent, and in pleasing contrast with the wild scenery that I. had recently witnessed in the Sierras. Everywhere the- footprints of t. civilisation were visible. PFr away-east, north and sonth-are cities and towns nest ling a rich valleys or gently resting on the " borders of the orescent bay' a-d romantic lakes, with numerous suburban villuas dot iug the lansacape; while, westward, is the T broad Pacito Ocean, with mans peaceful messengers of commerce sailing on her ex- c pansive bosom. There is always a melancholy charm about the "City of the Dead," and more G especially here, situated, as Calvary is, in full view of the grandest of all monuments the mighty ocean. There is a itneas-en sublimity in Its contiguity to the waves of the Pacllo and the entrance to the Golden V Gate that never fails to impress every be- M. holder. Bret Harts gave expression to the inspiration that every one feels who visits Lone Mountain, in the following lines: ca "As I steand by the re on the lone mountain crest, Looking over the ultimate sea, In the gloom of the moentatn a ship Iles at reat, And one sels away from tae le; . One eprads ite white wing.a n far reching track F W/th pennant and sheet iowia free." One bides in the shadow with laid abaLck Th shilp that is waiting for me. "But to I tn the distance the olouds break away, gate's glowing portel see, Id h ear It the out~ ing slp in the bay . The long of the -,Ieor-ia cee; So I thinkt of thb luminous coipriatn that bote Tho emfort o'er dark Gllile. And wait for the signal to go to the ahore, To the ship that is waiting forme." 'or. Irish American. Ff Childhood is like the mirror, catching and reflecting images all aroundit. Re member that an impious and profane thought uttered by a parent's lips may operate upon a young heart like a careless Q] spray of water thrown upon a polished steel, staining it with .rust, which no after scouring can efface. GROCERS--COMMISSION M5 ERCHANTS., A BANNON, hi GROCER, Corner of Franklin and Perdido streets. Keeps constantly on hand a Choice Assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, Etc Particular attention given to the selection of Fine TEAS and BUTTER. woods delivered in all pars of the city free of charge. Orders solicited and punctually attended to. Jat ly E. CONERY, SON & CO., a WHOLESALE GROCERS, Commnission Merchants and Dealers in Western Produce, Wines and Liquors, CORNER OF CANAL AND DELTA STREETS. oc30 lV W. MORAt. t. .OBLE. J. a. WOODS. 'ORAN, NOBLE & WOODq, ORA, uccesOBLE or to Kennett & Bell,) WHOLESALE GROCERS, And Dealers in - WINES, LIQUORS & WESTERNS PRODUCE, Nos. 9 and 11 Delta and 10 and 12 Front ats. oc9 ly New Orleans. CRESCENT GROCERY. WILLIAM HART, Wholesale and Retail FAMILY GROCER. Cholce WVINES. LIQUORS and TEAR. Gravier street, corner of Rampart. City and contry orders solicited, and ponctually at. tended to. Goods delivered in al parts of the city ree of drayage. Choice Goehen BUTTER. fe2i 7 ly A. W. Skardon. Wm. Woelper. A "W. SKARDON & CO., S GROCERS, e Corner Jackson and Rousseau streets, Fourth District, New Orleans. Goods delivered free of charge. Ja9S ly THOS. McCARTY. RETAIL FAMILY GROCER, Corner Poydras and Basin Streets. IChoice Wines, Liquors. Teas and Fine Goshben BuDtter t constantly as hand. City and country orders solcited an-d prompty-attended to. Goods elivered roee of charge. oct3 7 0y o p POUaSINE & co., Wholesale Coffee Dealers, 140 Gravier Street. -Aents for the Colleges and Convents of the following Itltilons Communities: ThE Sesuits. the Lde, of the a Sacred Heart, the MaYsts, the Daughters of the Cross. 1. 15 ly MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM VARIBTY WOOD WORKS, JSMITE & DONNELLY, Proprietors, 104............St. Joeph Street..........104 NeW Oauwe. LUMBER DRESSING, Straight and Circular 8swing, Wood Turning, Eta, Etc.. CISTERNS made and repaired. Stair Banisters and Mouldings made to order. Cotton Presses, Machinery and all otber Patterns recesive our particulr attention. Plesm address Box 188,. Merchant.' and Dealers' Ex change. so8 71 ly DAVIS t- FRERET, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 27...........Commercial Place............27 j Prompt attention paid to Purchasing and Selling of Property, Collecting Rents, etc. Sent Bulletin issued daily. , Sale Bulletin issued sefi.monthly. ) Personal attention given to any City Property pat in oar hands. ae3 71 ly pELICAN GIE McAU JOB PRINTINO OPFIOE, a Bindery and Blank Book Manufactory, Corner Camp and Poydra street, New Orleans, - paly ERNEST TUBPIN Propseter. t W I BORNE. OPTICIAN No. 106 aradelt street, fet9 yBetween Poydrasand N ea . USE THE ELECTII(Q SILVERING FLUID, FOR cleaning Gold and Silver Ware, and Silver Plating - Brass, Copper and German Silver. For sale by Druggists and Jewelers everywhere nos0 TRAVELERS' GUIDE. F0o NW 7o0 DnuO S 73_i . *Om d. ....I..- . m....a A sOL...." S.xa. mseltai r D t eatless e......Oame a:. -miln eA New Teak EVERYT SATURDAT. Thme eame. haves upener em nmooaMebeu f -1 W Weannedajy. alling e ot the above Bteaenr p leaves this po EVERT SATURDAY,. aS 5 Pr. ee7 71 tl SLINE BUTWEEN NEW, YOR, QUEK TOWN ALND LIVERPOOL. SCARYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS. WYOMING, WISCONSIN. MANHATTAN, IDAHO, MINNESOTA. NEBRASKA, COLORADO. NEVADA. From New Orleans toLiserpool............ tt110 and $190 . Paris and Germny at 'ow rates arsazaes ras.n From New Orleas to Liverpool....................... 'PI Oterosep. FECT VENTILATIO N. Apply to WILLIAMS & OUION. 9i Broadway, New fork. Or LOW A LUDVWIOPf, au II 1w - 190 Common street. New Orlsam. UNDERTAKERS- DUILDERSh.-PAITERS. D. W". KELLY, UNDPRTA .KER. (Between Calltope dln annd On streets. Keeps always on hard an aortmeot of Mltaslo BURIAL C&ES AND CASKETS, and Wood Com s of all deseriptione, also everythng requlalte for a FaunraL Carrrages and Baronob as for hire stall hour. el 71 l7y JOHN GRAYER. PROPRIETOR OF PHENIX STAtBLES and UNDERTAKER. 35 and 37 IEl ln Fields street, oppqaite Pouothartren lailrod. Thbird DiLtrictl New Orleans. Carrages. Barouches, Buggies and Saddle Hora.. to iMr. Hera. bouhbt. sold and kepl on livery. Patent itiTllo SBurIal Cais, ahbogany,2 clk Walnut and Plain Comoins always on hanLd. FI. neralJ attoended to by the proprietor, who hope. by ·strit attention to business, to obtaun a shae orpnbll patronrage Jr18 7 lv FRANCIS JOHNON, UNDERTAKIER, 205 and 207 Magazine Street, Between Julla and Se Jooeph, HIus constantly on hand a fall aeeortmet of Wood nod IMetaJllo Burial Case and Casket. Bodies nm balmed by the moat approved process, or disnterred and catoluly shlpoed v arriages aiway on hand for Balls, Weddings, Parties. etc. myte '71 ly SP.TER CALLERY. UNDERTAKER, No. 468 Josephine street, near Magazlne. Metalio. Mahogany, Black Walnut and Plain Coffins aways on hand. Hearses ad Carriages to hire. BodAes embalmed or dl lnterred and carefollshlpped Funerals attended to In person by the ppriteator and e hopes by strict atAtnton to oltain a share o the publc patronage. my91 '71 ly C. DILLON, CARPEITER AND BULDtE, 184 Carondelet street, Box 296 Mechanics' Bohange New Orleans. Jobbing promptly attended to. an13 71 ly PETER 8OSS, BUILDER, RETURNS THANKS to the citilens of New Orleans for their patronage for the lat tnty yearl.. He haa ow made extensive addltions to his workshop and introduced several Wood-working MLachines, which wIll eonableo him to t tend promptly to any buinesa In his line. Shopand omce, corner of Prytanla and Wlshington treets ; Merchante' Exchange Box No. 1 l Postore Box No. 488. an3 71 ly y deM. KELLY, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Is Prepared to CONTRACT FOR THE ERECTION OF BUILDINGS, Or. on Commission. will Superlntend the Erection of -Buildings. orOther Work in his Line. Orders left at his Shop, 4590 MAGAZINE STREET, between Race and Robin, or Box 1 Moechanics' Ex change, Nd. 10 Union street. will meet with attention. JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ResIdence-o9 Constance street. Jb 71 ly EDWARD BUTLER, CARPENTER, snort 333........... COMMON STREET............ 333 d Cisterns Made and red. Jobbing and all work in my ifine pomptly attended to and executed wilth neatness aond dispaltc. Jy 71 ly ANDREW LEO, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, . 213 St. Charles at+. bet. Julla and St Joseph,. . Box SS Mlanle cs' Exchngo.e SAll orders in tho Building line tha-klully reeivedn and Immediately attended to. SCommunication Box at the Carrollton ReicoidDepot, NO Naoleon Avenue r | Refers to Richard Z]b ooos k i., of thbe it Sirm ot Gallier&Eaterbrook. A.nitecte ancd i/dsar. api911 y J. ticoll. a. It. aant JIT, INCOLO N GO, 4 O. R LSAD REMOVE . ALL KINDS ObF BUILDNGS, OffLe, lI BRobin street. Ill eommunicatious should be addresseood to Box 10t, Mechanics' and Traden' Excange, 10 Union street, New Oroleans. Ooun-rn rdevsnvmnrstlvateuded as. tse lV BAKERS--CONFECTIONERS. M AGITARET,"-(MARGARET HAUGRERY) BREAD AND CRACKERS BAKER, 74, S6 and 7d....New Levee.... 74, 76 and 78 Near PoJdras street, New Orleans. Keeps constantly on hand a large aseortment of BREAD. CREAM BISCUITS, and CRACKERS of every deripton; all made by machinery, at lowest market prices. mhl9 7i ly p, COSGEOVE, BAKER, No. 186 ST. MARY Sarr,. e Between MEagasine and Constance. LADLB' AND GUTS'' Boda Water, Mead and Pastry Saloon, NO. se CAMP STREET. New Orlesas. Omawr & Rotsc, Proprietors. Orders for Parties, Weddings and Soirees promptly attended to. Orders can also be lef at 4 Loiam street Third iMtroet. myas "1i ly HAGnAS KEYSTONE MARBLE WORKS Office and Salesroom, 192 St. Charles street, Corner Julia. A fine selection of Italian Statuary and Vein Marbl Mantels also Marbleted Marble and Stlate Mantels On hand and for aleat a small advance ea New York pjices. Grates Marble and Slate Hearthuoan hand. The Trade sapplied at moderate rates. Tombs, Monuments. Readustoas. Tablet•, VWashtand. Table and Counter Tops made to order. jaUiy AC.I.E.RY. - OLD a maU? .a aIdth le, Bee ieutLbaer at lede s sede ieed. All Werrmaled sadefso mgI. ap7 '1 ly or. 10 Dearbeenm s lteu . MQlm le. Bnld L o S. h . WEST Y BAE t OUNY. T. 3BHU EsLBtab d in 18.R. Im roved piented mountgs, sard warranted. Ordenanad Inquiries addreesed to the underuz'enon will have pomps attention, and as lstrated cats . R. MENEELY aunt ly WeetTroy, New sork. RIFLES, SHOT-GUNS, REVOLVERS, GUN MATIERIAL. Write for PWie List to GREAT WESTERN GUNP ORKS, Army Gluns RCvolvers, etc., bought or traded for. AGel NT WANTED. J730 so PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. P. H. KNAPP, DENTAL SURGEON, Rae Removed from CANAL STREET, to 19 ............. Baronne Street............. 19 o8l 3 n Second Renee from the Jeenlt,' 1hnerh. DR MALONEY .......etos T. ANDREW STREET. Gives special attention to saving of the natural teeth Artfoital Teeooth inserted with or without extracttag the roots. rltoes within the reach of all. Teeth extrated without pain. se24 71 Iv R. JOHN 3. REILLY, 286.............Camp Street...............86 'ear Calldope, D BNTAL NOTICE.--itEIiO COMPELLED ON account of ili.bealth to retire from the practice of my profession, I most cheerfully recommeund my friends and patient to Lr. J.. W. 1ARNUI, 3c Magaslue street. between Orange and Richard streets DR. A. MILLER. Dentist. New Orleans, August 12 lW1s. Referring to the above cnrd. I mostrespectfullly solicit a continuance of the patronage heretofore so ilberally bestowed upon Dr. Miller. DR. J. W. BARNUM, Dentist, 108 Magazine street. New Orleans. August 31. 1871. ula 73 ly Da. THOMAS LAYTON, Office sad Residence 146.......... ..Jackson Street.............14 O hours. oa from I to 3 clock. my 71 ly DISEABE OF THE EYE AND EAR. DR. C. BEARD, OCULIST, 1 142..... ...... NAL STREETrr ............ 14 H ours from 9 until 4. riS ly G . FIRIEDRICHB DENTAL SURGEON, ; 15.......... St. Charles Street......... .16 mbl9 71 ly Corner Gid. So.LOIN & .LEINPETER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Oflice-No. 30 Camp street; 1al_ ly - New Orleans. BW.B. LANCASTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 30...............Camp Street............ ..30 - no6 ly New Orleans. M H . . REYNOLDS, 186 Laurel Street, near Second Fourth District, New Orleans, 3 Curs CANCER and all descriptions of croa, White Swelli. Bone Felon, Ulcers, Old Sores, Dad all Dle. eweof thoSkin. Particular a tntia Sgv tothe c1 oars Womb Disasese. nc86 BOOTS AND SHOES-HATS. NOW IS YOUR TIME. Gentlemen's Booti and Shoes at Cost. ýirlor to uIez olarsoohol attelon t OGAITERS and Bops,-of which we aull oontlinue to keep AN EXTENSIVE STOCK. We now ofer our GENTLEMIN'S GOODS AT OOST. - And will hereafter supply gentlemen with only soeh articles as are MADE TO ORDER. OLYNN do WINTZ. dell ly 167 Canal.nearDauphlne street. THOMAS HAR.B l in BOOTS AND bHOES, 165........... Poydras Street............ 165 Between Carondelet and St. Charles, New Orleans. Bootasad Shoes made to order at t5e shortest notice. Jal5 ly J. H. NORTON, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER-IN BOOTS AND SHOES, 177........T. ANDREW STREET......... 177 no ly New Orleans. LOUISIANA HAT MANUFACTORY. JoHr FaRIr., PA-scTIcA. HarTTR, D. HUBLEY, FASHIONABLE HAT AND CAP STORE, Bawtwesn St. Charles and Caroadelet Nsw Orleans. Constantl onhaadaiare assorimentof FINS HATS of the lates style. Als.tlk and Casinre Hate. Children's Fancy CAPS. Jts5 17 F YOU WANT BARGAINS, BUY YOUR HATS AT ROOK 'S, oc:0 ly 84 ST. CHIARLES STREET. SJOSEPH RAYMOND. Dealer is MOSS WOOL, RIDES. BEESWAX, TALLOW, T. No. 12 Customhouse s.treet dotalsy Now Orla : . IEDICAL ADVERTISIEEITS. UNDER A BRNISO B'. whr. 1 eU W ar r . toma and Faver*t f v u mlmdU a. doin I APr, IISITE ' It e. aReneeef l d b in SHeaoe tmhe hletaas of the ropm t am p.iat.es na. peribg Iat o m to pet em othe Aperint t n. The p0et. K E , a dmts Sapeqare for thA eeeltlt to uof the mo Ri I L ha yeo deovtrd and Peneaoe eet4 mdloena vie. Ssica oh M er Spa. It is a wmow. fiveadditomH of aIew bo aeo a a Salsant admlCoies. . ham ae T an tnvaluabl tea Bdinma. AS= FOR ANL ACCRPt NONE BUT TL tEgNUtTIRU. SOLD Blr ALTL URUGGlS. W AITATA GUACO BITTERSIC DTb WAATrA ORUA I0 Sa good Tonle ma d Seomahe. to. commeCd entirely of the vegtab e oubstanreofGuauo. This clebled Bitter o a preventive ogloIat Crblesr, os Frpeps Cla ChroSL Otand Nervous DobiliLy, S'Diar br,. Weaknes f the Lolin, and all Dieaae prnredlo ACH or BOWELS. Patented 3U. S. IS. 9JO OB LLAD . ORLEANS INFIRMARY, NO. 1ll CANAL ST IEET. a Conduated by Dr.. CiOPPIN, C. BEARD, D. W IIRICKELL and J. D. BRUNS. Postomlee Box 67 Dr. S. CUOPPIN--qeneral Surgery, Itsenma of the BLADDER., URETIRA and RECTUM. SDr. C. lBEAILD-l)eeaeof the EYE an d pAR. Dr. D. W. DtIOKELL--Medica! and Surgical Diseaaes of FItIALE.'. Dr. . DICKi.N BllNS-DiLarse oat the LUNOG. IHELART mod TiHiOAT. Tho beat NURSES provided. Fare and acoomoda. o tiono Firn Class. CONSULTATION flOURS from t i. i. to 41. V. PBCOLDRAB. CPOBALSAM. y This admlrle preparation excitea theScalp te'vw and healthy motion. .anmue the RaLrtogrow tluxupatu oleansrs it from Iendrnf and Snarf, prevent, the hr from alloing and makes it gloiy ad bautiful prvesat It from turning gray, brtngtng It bek to its anaro color. Contins noane of the Menoral Potoes of whisk moat flair liestorers a, eompoatmded. aeh aa lead. not. phur. nltrate sliver. etc. Opbesam Iso otielny v.A table, and derives it noame rom the PFencb IMheecq) omal evrrgareen tre growsing a the AsiatiL atd ArsI 18 sboree of tlhe led :aea. As a ilaiU Drwmton for [aedi it to admired by aIl and cannot be equa. S that genutie beor the signature of the iOveb~OAr PuiS sa J FYICIDEttiCKi.Clhemha FIItRICKStOV a IIARYTW Wholesles A grnt, iiAUeMnal strest, Now OtW r. For sale by all Lunogimae. _ elf T ly H. SPILLMANN MANUFACTURER AND AP pler of tho 1brt 4aTrusses, Bracee and Abdominal Supporter r in America or r-Je'lrrr SEqVEN DIPLOMAS awarded at thn inutg. bsc a Fair, 1870. 1tHREE DIPLOMAS awarded at €[,,t ot Texuaetb I wish to Inform the public that sty Patent Trye, a woll aI my Mte P'ateut Abdomlo,# tupp;teor~sr n 6 squat, ad both Instruments have no epringsa. boak pea or theo borrtble straps of some familiar ineonmant. Proatisla mecbanlcal experience of over Thirty Yem will flly Juastlfy me In solicitiog your potronage. A tria will couvinoe Jou that humbuga Is outdeoe. H. SPILLMANN. an aroone steet. je.n ly Between Perdidosnd Unio N. .OrlleM . COUGH S-COLDS-ASTBMA. Remember, thbat for all alfec tionas of the Throat and Lunlm LAPLACE'S INDIAN TUR.IP 30 PECTORAL BALM Is the sole reomedy. combroanelneuoigy of action with a meat paltable oa vor. OlveotatrioL Prte I. Sa at all wall aee rtod drug .d one,- .ad by tihoe.l wt-r. and M . esld as uB.J. EART 4 CO., ad all ,bole.le 13 A D. BLY'A PAT&ENT RTNlOIJ _ , LtB8 AND AEMLB. The Anatomical Lae has aide metdom atthe ankle, the e an h he matri s. ma cert. taons al1 tehateet imprveate t tanArt al Leg. It U recommeaed by the beet as geooiin America an toan ohere In ne Eaob Les i Ae ýee with lefmeteat aet. lection h n ittls, or ae atasleaisle et nay mottion, sllsam. UAlrl aiCu# i a an& R full nag mdtºr. f n oA ArYleLl J Io i paired oa shat sot. mnd on veanamabe msoea. Send foe d eorLpte ampost It eomtahm valuablo hnfetmatie mnd ia t-ea. AdIreatM LEISW LOCKWOOD. ufactnve? Jdi ly U Camp itmet, ew OwOrlama. THE INHALATION TREATMENT, ARISTDE F. JOLLIN, M. D.. Aessted by O. S. B3.ac, 165..............Canal Btreet ............. New Orleam, Physeiin (or DImuae of the TEEOAT. LUNGS ad EILlAIT. . OfOme ttours. from8.L Yto 4 . m. an64to7 .I iuilbtda unable to attani to prMon, can cenault the i ee, I bylobddoegeod to NeO. 16 Cmlmtr CooaultatLeoa tree far the poor. wad 3m I moot ald CURE OF RU[LTUORt AND IENIA. I will geuaraoe more parfetc relief, comorta dar.eioet ua a maoe rapid improvement tham ean be obtaied f amy other pere. or applMane ho t.South wtlh_,t ra. 177 adt the age o tbe patlet or laegth or tnms eh d e. Ale NSTRUMENTS FOE TE CRE OFr vRY ciclar, Dr. 1. ST. C. FRBBIR, oa. Nr.,rm Charrleaire. up lare, New Orte_. lton ft. U Ia.lto -r. . .. ae.". E. S"LAYR. Yard--459 Magasine street Ra4idence-476 Camp stret, raer of Ormage - Tl 70 ly N0w O saa. p A. MtTRIAY. CISTERN MAKER, 1'43 Magazine street, (near JullA.) IIW O* A. All work warranted to give entire sismfaction. All kinds of Ctlrns made to order and repaired. Orden promptly atten-eA to. A lot of Clsteras, made of tbhe bet ternal ahd wor~kalsp kaept a tcD - suyntl) o hnl. aid for sial at frlee "to slt the tue. 6e18 911