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Appe($aMuaef a Nsw Pastor for 8t. t~leasr.s CAurcLd.- ite A large tongregatiop assembled at this e$useh last Sunday to witaess the gm-. monies attendant upon the oaeial aniacnoe meat oth appointment of a new pastor, apd to raIeNlis Grace, ArchbishopPerohe, whbo, it was generally understood, was to be-present. At 10 doliok His Grace, attended b Very Boy.ev G. aymond, V. G., Father Murpby, . J., Fatser-kshe, and several other priests: having entred the Saneotary, High Mass was com. senoed, Father Tobin being the celebrant, Fathios. r:ýorn .easphy otinlg as deacon After the Bra' ospel, His iris sedton the platform of the ig beconregatilon. After expr Elat~ .ui r at meeting the good people o a parih, he stated that, not li~lng to mae obhanges, and knowing that Eath eTbl11- 4 . akedwellin tJeir idst for some Mls . ho akointed that Rev. gentleman Pastor of t4, ;~harcb. He then spoke of the new-5e*i s) ieh, he was organizing in his di4oeaiL eCathiollo ffllitgjt Union,"-and exhstedaI, aoern, women and'ohildren, to join it. AS the eoihelasion. of his sermon he gave t the PeFntlBealeasing, and Mass was proceed- I ed with. After all the fatigue of the morning, I it might be supposed that His Grace would at once retire for rest and refreshment. Not so, however, fo as all the Catholics of the city i love and revere him as being really their a spiritual Father, ever attentive to their neces- t sities, ift-is natural that the good people of St. iotelo's should have wished to testify the& devotion to him, and as they called at the presbytery be gave his ring to bach one to be a, hissed. 'tle band of St. Mary's College, ander g the leadership of Brother Adelard, enlivened n the occasion with the delightful strains of e' appropriate and choice selections of music. ri Branch No. 7, of the-Hibernian Benevolent and g Mutual Aid Association, Frank McGloin, Esq., T President, and Mr. James Grant, Marshal, T numbering about sixty -men, each with his m beautiful green scarf, was present, and pre- d sented a ine appearance. d CITY ITMs. Fair.and Concertfd . S.t He ry's Church, Jefer. son Cl.--The great event of this week in the line of church niews seems to be the Fair at St. Henry's Chrobh, Jefferson City, which will present uaenal attractions. We eall the at ntion of the public to the grand sacred vocal nd instrumental concert, which will be given in St. Henry's church on Tuesday, May 21st, at . sM,, for the same benevolent purpose to which we referred in last Sunday's issue. We give a detailed prgramie in our-advertihing columns. The selection of pieces is a choice no, most of them being taken from the great st masters. The talent engaged at the concert ught to suilice to secure for it a'large attend. nee, for it is not an every-day occurrence to o the excellent choirs of three of our city urchee combine for the same benevolent oh ect, and we are told they have been laboring ard to do full justice to the task which they ave undertaken. We think that efforts as enerous and disinterested as these deserve to e encouraged by the public. It should be re embered that, in connection with this concert, he Fair will be opened in the Hall of Pioneer 'ire Company No. 1. According to the latest ccounts, there will be a spirited contest for he canopy. Father Neithardt is a powerful andidate, backed as he is by the Catholics of be Fourth District. But if we are to believe umors, they are not lpsing their time in the ixth District. The parishioners of St. Henry's hink that that canopy, whiph has no equal in 'ew Orleans and perhaps not in the United rates, is just the thing they will want at the ext solemn reception of the Most Rev. Arch ishop, therefore they are raising steam in favor f their candidate, Father Bogaerts, pastor St. Henry's chuich. We look with great I terest to the further development of this irited yet friendly contest. A magnificent as chandelier, complete, with cut glass shades, s alued at seventy-five dollars, has been do- h ated by our liberal friend, Mr. D. MoKendrick, a 0. 464 Magazine street, and will be raffled R ring the progress of the Fair. Concert P ckete are are only fifty cents, and admit also U the Fair. To go to either Concert or Fair t e the Magazine cars as far up as the Jeffor- tf a City market. The Napoleon Avenue cars a1 ill also bring you within one block of the P1 1 of the Fair. ca Fair at CarroNto. -This evening, at 4 o'clock the Hall of the "Star Hook and Ladde. mpany,," Carrollton, a Fair will be opened der the auspices of the ladies of the "Mater loroea" Church, the new edifice erected by German Catholics of that pleasant little Y. As the church in question-wBlio, by way, is a model of neatness-is still in i, and as the congregation wish still further how their enterprise, by erecting a school e to be attached to their church, an appeal ade to those generously Inclined to come ard and assist them by attending this The management assure us that no us will be spared to make the Fair attract to both young and old, and we would efore advise our city people to give our rllton friends a call. Ample auraccommo 'ns will be provided for the oocasion. In event of their going, we would humbly est that their pocketbooks be well filled, -. they may experience how well the Car. Sians know bow to lessen the contents of came, when the proceeds of the operation to be applied to a goo oase. TheFalr continue one week ~pa tb-day, and wi, ightly at 7 Ploelr.-. . er Hegarty a ' delivereds 's' HaU *e' Wbe.st.idº ebai for all Woe 6. 8si4eho i eough to earry them into Hahat*r Is grand and ower ý Be$garty'd lioaes did not . wver, prineipally on his felicitous hbiea of,aslubjeot. Hi. own popularity with oar oltisees, their high anticipations of his pArto doeal with the subject, and the sacred nature "of his appeal to their generosity all eo-tributed to a sucess which we rejoice to say was so eminent and soe ttering. W& rPUV ICATIONs. -awe sj:M50 ,i-I d of St. JasuAri, at a . ew 'ork Cstholio Publication Society : New Orleans : P. F. Gogarty. This is, as it professes to be, an historical and critical examination of that world re nowned miraclq, t is written in a clear and dlbpeaonate style, which with the logical' method observed in.the arrangement of the arious parts of the subjeot, enables the reader to view the whole question with but little el ort. As a complete demolition of the agepti ial theories of modern savants and a suaoinot Iummary of all fApct connected with St. Janoa iaus' Blood, we cordially commend it to the erusal of our readers. rnmp·-r - SCOiNFESSION P A MEDDLING HIUSBAND. It was aboat the buckwheat cakes. I told Maria Ann any fool could beat her making those cakes, and she said I'd better try it. Ro I did. I emptied the batter all out of the pitcher one evening, and set the cakes myself. I got the flour, and the salt and the water, and, warned by the past, put in a liberal quantity of eggs and shortening. I shortened with tallow from roast beef be eusg I could. not find any lard. The bat ter did aot look right I lighted my pipe sad pondered-yeast, yeast, to be sure. I had iogotten the yeast. I went and woke the baker and got six cents worth of yeast. I set the pitcher behind the sitting-room stove, and went to bed. In the morning I got up early and prepared to enjoy my tri umph, but I didn t. That yeast was strong enough to raise the dead; the batter wry running all over the carpet. I scraped it up and put it into another dish. I got a Afre n the kitchen and putldn the griddle. The first lot of cakes stuck to the griddle. The second dittoed, only more. Maria came down and asked what was burning. ihe advised me to grease the griddle. I did it. One end of the griddle got too hot, 1 and I dropped the thing with a crash on my tenderest corn, while trying to turn it nround. Finally the cakes were ready for breakfast. and Maria got the other things ready. We sat down. My cakes did not have exactly the right flavor. I took one mouthful and it satisfied me. I lost mya appetite at once. Maria would not let me C put one on her plate. I think those cakes may be reckoned a dead loss. The cat b would hot eat them. The dog ran off and b stayed three days after one was offered to a him. The hens wouldn't go within ten feet f of them. I threw them into theback yard 0 and there has not been a pig on the prem- h leessince. I eat what is put before me P now, and do not allude to my mother's ti system of cooking. ti .. . .. • -U | m . . .. d. A CONTRAST AND A MORAL.-A greater to contrast cannot be imagined than a hard ty faced, close-fisted, tsalgaclous man of money b- and what is called a fast young man. When g Old Money Bags, plodding to his counting room, meets one of these young swells, per 'y haps driving fine horses, a cigar in his a mouth ,and other insignia of young bloods o about him, he feels a contempt for him that e- language is inadequate to express. He con siders him the greatest fool in tihe world not because be is a profligate sinner-but because he is throwing away money and t time in such an unprofitable way. The r o9y consolation. he has in the spec. I tacle is the esuggestion it makes of his own f superior wisdom. Yet he is as great a fool in his own fashion as the other. How did the fast youth obtain the cash he is scatter ie ng about so lavishly T From some old a father, who had made gold his god, like Old Money Bags, only to have his diety chopped into current coin by his children. He layeth up riches and kuoweth not who shall gather them. Do not be above your business. Hle who turns up his nose at his work quarrels with d his bread and butter. He is a poor smith a who is afraid of his own spark; there's some t; discomfort in all trades except chimney P sweeping. If sailors gave up going to sea i because of the wet, if bakers left off baking 5' bread because it was hot work, if plowmen it would not plow because of old, and tailors ii would not make our clothes forr fear of 5J pricking their fingers, what a pass we v' would come to. Nonsense, my fine fellow, there's no shame about any honest calling; I don't be afraid of soiling your hand, a there's plenty of soap to be had. All trades in are good to good traders. Lucifer matches a pay well if you sell enough of them. You V cannot get honey if you are frightened at an bees, nor plant corn if you are afraid to St get mud on your boots. When bare of iron m+ melt under the South wind, when you dig of the'flelds with toothpicks, blow ships along ar with a fan, manure the crops with laven- no der water and grew plum cakes in flower ril pots, there will be a fine time for dandies "coi bat until the millenium comes we shall all otl have a deal to put up with. Before beginning and while delivering a as Pitt used to drink pott. A sips taken from tle red tumbler. then a sip is taken from the white, then, in due historic order, the black edged handkerchief is made to do its work ; finally when all these little tricks of manner have been gone through with, a ssomewhat feeble but clear voice speak out with rapid utterance and beautiful articulation. roon the voice strengthens, until at times a sen tence will ring thronh the assembly. The gestures grow more animated, and shoot forth like stones from a catapolt, and the obheers and approving laughter stop the orator now and then, enablibg him to take breath, a new sip of wine and a 2eah rub of the handkerchief 4u see r sne Iw O e DRY as ts CrsaRaxxs SALE orpDaRY Goons'-Pre .ra. - M7 to tsai t teu] ie etor f u el,0 ss oee meal a s*sa. Pssmos waa d m as alha thqoaest *tl feh intio !-- - ._ we- The manufacture of silk ranLks among not the most ancient of Industrial pursuit. TO Well authenticated historical records establish the fact that more than four with thousani" ears igo this article was mane f his factred. b' the Chinese. From this peo -cred pl ther looms of Tyre and Persia received allu their sp pl of he raw ms.elal, from *e to which costly and elegant fabrics were woven for the nobility of Europe and Asia. When first imported among the Greeksand Romans, they suppused it to be a downy materi .bealn the bark of a - et peculiar tree, and they entertained this tioa opinion for several centuries after its intro duction. At one time it furnished a fertile theme for the exercise of the poetic genius Sl of their satirists and poets, in consequence re- of the prodigal extravagan it entailed and uponte eahy-c and, with a view ial' of restraining this prodigality, a decree the was passed bh tb Roman Senate restrict Eder ing te use of silk, as an article of apparel, f- to ladlies. Some idea'maybeformedof th pecuniary value attached to this article, pti- and of the excessive extravagance of the not Roman ladies, when-it is known that one us- of their Emperors, in a certain contingen- 1 the cy, recuperated his impoverished fiances I with the proceeds •- - ' theWsll aarisdg from the sale of I rme m. belonging to the wardrobe of his I I consort. In the reign of Justinian, who Sflourished during the sixth century fwg small.quantity of the eggs of the ilkwrorm were introuced into the Roman territory, of and every faci!ity afforded by this ruler for their successful propagation and the mnn- - ud fecture of silk fabrics. The Italian cities in of Palermo, Venice, Florence, etc., were instructed in this industry by the Grecians, at e: who had derived their knowledge from the t- Romans, and soon became famous for the elegance and beauty of their products. It was not until about the close of the fif e teenth century that silk was imported into i k France, and this enterprising and ingenious a , people were not tardy in appreciating its I commercial value. Skilled labor from for .- eigu countries was promptly employed at g highly remunerative prices, and the gov r ernment warmly cherished and fostered the L it enterprise. So successful were the factories 'i established in France that England ceased 1 to import her silk fabrics from China and SItaly, andreceived her supplies exclusively s f from France. But the British Govern-a .ent, ever watchful of.their own interests, and perceiving the immense drain the ini portation of this costly article entailed so upon the resources of the country, resolved tj -o establi manufactories within her own u territory. Every encouragement was af- Bo , forded for the propagation and rearing of Sthe silkworms, but the experimentresulted e unfortunately, owing, it is said, to the dis advantages of soil and climate. Great suc- zi Scess, however, attended their efforts in a e weaving beautiful fabrics, their mechanics t being refugee workmen from France, who e Sbrought with them many skilful appliances B and improvements. In consequence of de- Mn t fective or unsuitable machinery, the great s obstacle with which the English factories had to contend was their inability to pre pare the silk threads for the looms. But Sc this impediment was finally overcome by A the duplicity of an ingenious mechanic. and By introducing himself to the Italian silk WE: manufacturers as an ordinary workman, he the surreptitiously acquired all the informa an tion necessary for his purpose, and with his valuable secret succeeded in reaching LA England, and at once established a large manufactory for spinning silk. Such was T the zeal and ingenuity with which the Eng lish prosecuted this industry that, in a very brief period after the erection of theirmill s, the silks made in England took precedence of those made in Palermo and Venice, and actually sold a.t a higher price in the Italian markets than their own productions. In the reign of James the first, the atten- IC] tion of the colonies of this country was di rected by the home government to raising Sa the silkworm. With a view of stimulating the colonists to bestow extraordinary at tention upon the production of silk, not only were prodigal bounties freely offered will for industry and success, but heav enal ties inmposed to neglect ao ures. le enterprise, hlowevor, never resulted in a commercial success during tihe reign of this monarch. Taft In our day this industry is profecuted wo with great energy. Our first efforts were th devoted to the manufacture of sewing-silk; th and such has been the success attending e týem, thatthearticle we manufacture takes ,y precedence of that of every other country sa in all the markets of the world. In Pater ig son, N. J., there are sixteen flourishing n factories, running 75,000 spindles, employ re ing 3500 workmen, whose wages annually if aggregate $500,000, while the capital in e vested amounts to $2,000,000. r, Philadelphia has twenty factories, with 1900 employees. In New York City there are about eight thousand persons engaged a in the manufacture of trimmings, ribbons, a and dress goods, employing a capital of t $2,500,000. There are also a number of t smaller factories in other localities of the I State, competing successfully with foreign manufacturers. In several of the towns of Massachusetts and Connecticut there are flourishing mills, employing a large numbec-of workmen, and producing braids ribbons, upholstery goods, etc., which compare favorably with importations from other countries. The imports of raw silk into this country are now estimated to be worth about $6,000, 000, while the manufactured silk fabrics are valued at $20,000,000. It is a well authenticated fact that the poplins, gros grains, serges, etc., manufac tured in this country, are so excellent in quality and delicacy of finish that they are frequently purchased and sold asof foreign make. There is no-gobd reason why we should not compete successfully with for. ( eigners. Our mechanics are equally skill faul and ingenious; our machinery is con feasedly equal to any other in the world; the raw silk used in this country and in Europe is identically tt'e same in quality and properties, and we have access to the same coloring matter. The truth is there is on the part of many of our citizens a13 disposition to decry domestic manufacum *uo matter how excellent, and to admire ar ticles, so matterbow ortolu_. a Aauiga tnaa4,-eax 0eb arxnr as t oo oww Fhr.-At our late State aelrn Sewain g d Comaltt ca Sampli ~ir dose uPOn Sewing Machines. awarded Wai. . Cooper A perom lme as bllows, vi : First pmamlm fowl Bet Oper Clesk, embrotdweed best pair Zmbroldered 81lpper; beet Sirt o baLady, Lfornlng ob beet nmbreider. fag Look Stitoh Machine b; ePlaln Nedlewor best Mlntaits Dres , embroldered (d); best Bas ll hirt (by Mrs. Parith); bet Display of Bewing Machias, Twist ork etc. The ing b er is adapted to every peesible work that can heascoomplfkd on all other machines e mblned. Read the following fact and S'uree: The wSingerM Wil. Co. sd in ...... 1. - Groer Baker "....., T.............:......... , The Chicago elief Committee how a like telt, the appllcant in every se designating th kind of Machine desired: The Singer...... The Grover I Baker . ...........4.. .......... 944 Thee fIgurea are evidence sufoicent to prove the de' cided partality of the public for the Singer. Call at the es and examine samplues of work, and do not be misled into buying inferior maoclqee because terms ap. pear easy. Mers. Cooper & Co., 89 Canal street, sell the Singer on easuy terms when required. It may seem ridiculous to speak of cold in Inch hot weather as we are havnr . ba nevlthe Im. true tha- coldls emore preent ns erth inter. The det d quIckest cure Is, therefore whet people want, and that Is in be found at all drat Mores and is called Laplace's Indian Turnot Pectora Attention Is directed to our special notice Algan. BUSINESS NOTICES. Uer S c00 bDNTED Succz.-'ithin the past OI[ E N RUD L. I, t-, C e .ch. onV.... ear bos of DR. TUTT'S VG ABLE LIVER PILLS have been sold, and hot a single is stanee is known winýre the have failed to give sataias. tien. If you wonl renjoy lfe, havea fine appetite and robust health, use theee Pill.. - LUSTA, ,November,. 1B. Dr. W. H. Tutt-It affords me mochepleasr leto .o.llrowto t . re tifyto the great value of your LIveT.Mg. They are all e are represented to te. my opinion, there are noPi e'sio owe!adpted to the Southern climate s they JOS. BRUMMRL, late of Richmond, Va. The Barbera prefer DR. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. CAUTION.-Every genuine box of DN. Mc Ing rothers, Plttakeur, Pa. and theirlPrlvato un.lted LAtNtESon VTake no other; the market ful of It is the popular verdict that people who havebeen acutomed t the usel of ltters or Cordials, are obliged, eventuallyo to resort to McLuE' LiVat PILLS for per. &BeBr AND OLDEST FAMLLY MEDICINE.-- AN. "roa's L.an Imavoo5AroR.A Purely Vegetable Ca. itea.ho end Ton e-for dyspepsia, on o e t esikLheadaJhe bilious attakei and ali deragemeng liver, stoami'hand bowels. Ask your Dri gg t for it Beware of imitations. _ o alleowly f DIED: " FITZGERALD-O D Wednesday, May 15, 1872, at o'lk :P. i ", Koiipte greb, reltit of the late John dtsgerld, ged eventj.lour years. rMABONEY.-On Monday, May 13, 1, at o'clock A. i., at hisl residence, !21 Toucher street' Nad Ma'onek in the fortieth year of his age, a native of the o y I Kerry, and a resident of this city for many years. BURN-On Tuesday evenlng, May 14 at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Johann Hanly. wife of Robert Burk, horn in the Oounty Limerick, Ireland. aged thirh.elght -years a realdeut of-this city for trhepast twenty eight years. SOLEMN 1IGBH MAS. * A Solemn High Mau will he celebrated at St. Peter L and Paul's Churchb, Third District, on WEDNESDAY NEXT the 22d tinst., at 9 o'clock A. u., for the repose of C the soul of JOHN DOYLE. The friends and acquaint. C knoes of the family are respectfully invited to atternd. ing LADIES' FAIR Irge FoR was The Benefit of St. Henry's Church, 'ery To be held In Jefferson City, Sixth District, ilw, IN THE HALL OF PIONEER FIRE CO. NO. I, and On Maxazine Street, between Berlin and Milan. ian Commencing Tuesday, May 21st. en- TICKETS................TWENTY-FIVE CE"TS. di- A GRAND og Sacred Vocal and Inostrumental Concert, log FOR TilE at- IBENEFIT (rF ST. HENRY'S CHURCH, Jot JerrIIan CTYr, Phd Will be given in St. Henry's Chnrrl, on Berlin street, al- Near Jefferson City Market, e ON TUESDAY, MAY 2S, AT 7 P. M.. Sa (The Opening Night of St. Henry's Fair) his 'ROIJRAIME. Tanten Ergo-for 3 voices ........ ..... W.B Brge O Salutaris-Doo. ...... Millard ad uid Itetrlbunam--Solo and Chorus .......... L:mb.lrdo i re cts By St Henry's Choir. ; ............................. ...... . Stble SGloriainExceleis . ....... Lott (17th Century O Salutarls-ofor men's voio ........ Mo-.rt a y the Choir of Holy Trinity Church. 0 Saltlane in G--Trio. . . . eradane a ;ry Misses Christina Annie and Frances lahier.r jr Ave Maria-Soprano Solo. with Violin.......... Gounod c Miss Annie Bassich and Mr. Gardiner. t ng Recitative and Chorus-from "Creation"... Haiydn Ho Miss Annie Bssfch and Choru. ap How Heave in in llest gloryshone--(ArilNo. 12,) "Cre. ,Bas Solo--Fr. Huhler. - Benedietus-Trio ............ Rossin Misses Christina, Annie and F. HuLler. th Ave Maria-Soprano Solo........ '.. M h.iss Christina Euhier" . .-. r re gnns Dei and ona Nobls-Solo and Cheoru M..ozart d Miss Annie Basi0h and Chorus. 8 6, DMISSION .................. ... FIFTy CENTS Af Concert Tickets admit to the Fair. my9 It A 1e M. L. BYRNE & CO. at SiAvr 'e MADE 'e Still Further Reductions This Week, ba ANsD ao To clt CALL SP'ECIAL ATTENTION TO A NEW LOT OF WHITE AND COLORED LAWN ADs WH[TE SWIS OH SUITS AND OVERDRESSESSES, WHICH WILL BE SOLD CHEAP. mel Upper Corner of Magasine and Jackson its. N. P. -A large lot of REiMNANTS at HA.LF-P;ICE. myl9 it OPTICAL NOTICE. PAUL CRANZIN, HAVING ENLARGED HIS STORE, Is now better able to eapply bhs customers with ine An GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES, sd A LARGE STQC OF PEBBLES IN STEEL FRAMES. CLEARANCE SALE OF DRY GOODS, o. Prepratory t taking Annual laventory, pat BRASELMAN & ADAMS. Mt poDeaibrtn to eodnee the buf theIr stock aa smu a (by o ,,f+., ,;it If Ju'l, r,,1. the nrnyt arsmtonmol the dired le Pe0re weantgl ne DRY GOODS, _0 Can now get them at LESS THAN COST OF IM 596 ORTATION from anI 032 OLD AND RELIABJ EBOUSE, Ike Whoa Wputatnlo i toohighly valed by them to uelly It n.d BY MALIGO MISR3PRESOENTATIONS Therefore, when it is seld that -7 BERA8EL3MN & ADAMS tare advertised a Cl.earance Sale, it oan be relied on ben ImplleItly, at RTB N be GrAT BARINjS OBTAINED S Ar cel .....ZINE SaITREET n....5d..... 569 rmer n- rAndrew street, yl9lt CASf HOUR en ILa B138 W0 el T. Jw . BROWN, S PRACTICAL PAPER HANGER, eA D w A - IT d . e WALL P APERI AND WINDOW SHADES, 263.. .... Cmp Street............ 3 Near Delord Street. a t Mr. Dlrown li r ared ltofurnish al nh li - anro r attention to hi. due stlock o latest e > 0 of AKMRLE, STONE, FPESCO and GOLD DE C OBkTIOfBlo5) pJ BI to hie STAMPEDad Bad old byt WINDOW SNADESo all siVes and e nshed and OT COngIjHALL'S MA OyC -. 1 hat of the oidno m the top as well as from the bottom" r.Brown only ake an impartial examination of hi stock and oomparten of his prlca. wIth these of Other datler fetion gad a r thet scan entr e taktisfacon ande thab the expenditure of the Tf IShis will .e repaid more LOUSIANA SAVINGS BANK SAND SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, May 4 1872. P Cap'tal Stock. .............. .10a 7 Not alled in :.... ... ....... "(JOS ,l_ ankingDe par et.........289,700 2t.- 704,472 98 BDividends U.. aid................ 138 Resew , - ,178 9. Proattand : 10,0,950 kLes 0k.....eu .n.ul..... 4,10 07 LowlL Books Jela4 ................. rt00 Intorest . . ......... . 19 I+OII--l O r l7,81 7 9"11 , ExChall ge .............. ... ..... 9 ,43 56 CommIssdon s .............. 1,94 Wf B nt. ...7......." .... .... ... 4 - 16,278 07 ABORTS. Cab Banking House andt Vault ......6$162 000 00 F Lesa Note not due 333 33-.. $93,6 67 07 Doe from Bank and Baukere. .7.033 47 Bill, of Exchange. Notes Discounted ... ...... ..75 Loan eonMortyago.....ag 58763 as th Stolks and Bonds ...... 114,02A4 wilT Cash 114,.47.04 w...........i 135,05 0 City of New Orleans (topay rou0 4780 890 93 ties zcertify the above to be tho true rondition of the buns Bank this day. lyli myl It-_ JOltN S.S WALTON. CuhhrI. bock '* BANNER PRESENTATION, AT LYCEUM (CITY) HALL, T Sunday, June 3, 1872, at 7 v. Jr. ;Ts. I'IRESENTATION ADDRESS, rt, ly Heonry Renshaw, Jr., LEC1URE ON "ORANGEISM IN AMERICA." By Frank McGloin, For Benefit of Branch No. 7, II. B. & Mf. A. A. aet, at, TICKETS. FIFTY CENTS, T'., be found at '. F. Gogarty's, 151 Camp street; Chas D. El, ',, II Campj street; Jas. A. ;reeham's, 9J (cant, -rer,. If ad A CAui. h Iaoingu openrd a ,I iiness at Ne. 1.57 POYDRAS h SBTREE', for the purpose ofppl'yilg o FAMILIES ry and 1IOTELS with art FANCY QROCERIES oto nod oeary variety of DOMESTIC and IMPOIRTED FitUITS,. nd having ech faclitle wawill enable os to ad cometlmeenccafally with any other eetabllihment of 8 the kind in the country, we reapellctfully solcit the du patronage of our friends and the publica generally, B aelrlongthem that we are IFTTitietaIs to give e atifac. re. tin. (.oodd delivered in any part of the city Iree of do dra3nge. WILSON & OMANARND, apJ lm5p n7to PoydrnL street. rd A FULL AND COMIPLETE ASSOItMENT Ort CELEBRKOiTED AIaTPRNS atr .tste' and alne. A Send for descriptlvre Cataloles p at the o1Boe of 'S WMd. E COOP7L. & CO., Si Canal at, Agents for the Singer Improved Family Sewln4 achine. A Now ready, the new "DOLLY VADhIe N Pattern. pl SCOTCR ALE AND JPORTER. eo AneOL & SONS, GLASOoW. SCOTLAND, The above celebrated ALE and PORTEB may he had at the princlpal Wholesale (irocery ouosea indhe CHAS. B. BAILEY, mhl7n aTp Agent for Artol &a on. 77 eiravalr t. SPECIAL NOTICES. B BIEtRNXA INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW0 5 ORLEANS-Oclae, 37 Camp street.-At the annual election for Direotors of this Company, held at this o-tce on Monday, May tth, the following named gentle. 1 men were chosen to nerve for the ensuing year: Hugh McCloskey, John Henderson P. Irwin, Root. Carey J. T. Gibbons, John McCn#rey, William Conway, John Farrell, Thnuma Markey. Thon. MoKeana, Thome King, Nlobola Burke, ' A, H. Iseaeon, P'. A. inne, It. M. O'Brien, Wmin. Dilln. Tho. Dunne. Mel Mle4ude Edward Sweeney, J. He4eron Jr.' J. Do. yesr, Win. J. L "r Ja. B N. eBkggA Ja. J. -, Mic.e, M DUu , Fem And at a meeting of the ard held thin evening,. Mr. P. IRWIN wee unaaiaieuad eleeted President. -nd Mr. JOaHNa H DER$o( wen Mue tyelnecteoot Vie PneduLt. ]fewg N . /HRAGt, Secretary. r , ,- , ut a .-. TlE JIBEPRNI I OF NE._ Capital , SInsures Fire, Marine and R h. mýD _t TnOS . IU1. :. Pia i Noah MoC skey, aacTi.h Books o4'amt _. , ANT AheTs I4j` The. e.,ok ACRIOA, in qua e to l ha The atteaton of W holeeate Buyers le S et J f" : opeaa D H. DOLMES my. 5. e. -i and I5 Bo5 b as. OR NeW YORI*t*-'-VA HA VAN.. . To sail MONDAYO"y 3, at 7 =. The steamship . WEYSO Er, " .Bolger, Ceommam Si eave ther wharT , oppo e the French e.. eond , District, a ab a ove. O abin ylssage to J vnan..... or reight or pansed have Just repeeed a ek of every variety, which will be dewed at Y3 fl. WVF BilS of lbdong signed though tU rCharpool SonThe atteon of Wholeale i , i eolte. wmyl oStp sw . 1a 3 Canal and 3 oerbei t.o:r FOR NEW YORC, VIA AL VAWA. Will leave her wharf, opposite the French )Zaobro . Second Diatrict, as ahove. to avn................- - CEO. A. 'POSDICY ; Co.. 'tile of ladng oigoed thirutogh to Llvenrpoc,. The tleamship -f, cnonandew 1lINEIAL SPERM OIL. 03 Thfis Oil ombinoaall the ezelloent illumlnatog q ties of Keroenoe 011 together with ermnot a... iy a q tht anbw trthso rte t a d ca ahol ats rod isreay f the hunas, handled and usod by any one, haor- - a w_5.o ly, ligted lamps tllle !burned In lkichen over rre wl .l any purpo or ilinationyour as saW o I . nd whale or sperm oil. Its ignLtng pOint i ab.u O dog. Fahrenhlet. its hoding point 5t Fubrunhnl t , t both of tbese particulare about Ithe name as whales tsnts, or lard oil. oI will not Ignite under fn ht, onaeren , a . Sonsequenty absolutaly lef., IT WILL NOT TAKE FIRE IN CARE O BR d- . AGE OF rTBAE LAI'. TIIE OIL WILL EXTISUISII TIIE 11AMXIL The Oil Itself has no odor while bhrning. , giT. m , ligt of TEN-CANDLE POWER, at a coot not esac ' log OnleI-al Cent Per Hoer, and for lighting caitrr, oears, steamers, facItorles and dwelling -ho.d -i I . valuable, and cannot be too highly renommsnde , The Oil I paelat, Iand e b. Insures its uifor i byty I brnIt s ibolthreotbrilliaoryo steDUA Ba never gums in the mp, as l -,a~ -rleso o-- yal K" r , the ,tu.phere. It doe notdettrioraot by o,. T Ra" Bumonr fits all ordinary coal oil ramps. " . The great brilliancy of tbhe ,1g)t.ily 3. It. economy, beuing about tha sai as Kerooesa 4. It. perfect freedom fron, odor. AS The IIIERAL SPERM OIL ba been mlopcd . ES Ith Board o lSpervlaing Inlpectora, for us e si Steam Vrsebs, and ha. been apprloved by the Pr,+emi u of Insurance Companies in tew York, Boston aud gm.. ED Orleans. to We Invite all who are intirested to call alnd eaaclm of Send for clrculars, for Mineral Fpenu Oil and 3m. he Burner. IBOSTIUK & SEYMOUR, SoldAe&n SFor Loolalanl. Alabama, Rlifisppr ano TeaIL of Fo43 and 47 Fiont at. and 46 and 4d Fltwa t.,. mhb2mi 15p New Oelesaa SFFE$VJSCENrT ' VIOHY"SEIDLITZ APERIENT, A scientific combination of the moot reniwnod ..W of Europe. As a reoresentalirs of the naultal watrasl , APEIENHSTca folly he relied upon in Bilk U i., a, plaint.. Engorgemens of the Liver. Loss of A Affccllons of the Kidneys, ilsadacho, Qsasndl I> -out and RbeumtLm. Full directions will be found on ash bottle FREDERDCd AB HAJ . " S..... CHrM IT, a....nl .treet.............. .i. ._-" Jafem.p w Orleans. BELFAST GINGER ALE. R. L. NEILL. S ..... .....rver tre .............. Iet. Sole Agent for the lanufactererj. CANTRELL & COCIHRANE. mbl75p3hn telfast. Ireland. NEW BERLIN CIIROMO8 AT Elder's Catholic Bookstore: Porehasers are invited t call and exmiinlT mi assortment, Jsut arrived, ft Uaso BEAUTIFUL DIVOTIONAL P3ORTIfl~ . . Cat~s mc JLOs, by - mdbms CSuF · D, ý z1 ,Hu, r . .-.