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'a lB Iow Fever. 'J'. , W~ Government is inflicting at uonly a bayonet rule but the fever besides. The Treasury De par eat sends forth a circular toihe efect that. ew Orleans, Mobile, Galveston and ¾pthee slaees are infected with-that disease, isamatter of public notoriety, that . naetseas of it existsin either of the places named. 8S far as this city isa concerned, it is to be hoped that Dr. White's telegram wii.aet the question at rest for the present, butsan neuasf sensation must sill remain, bease on the general fact that the Federal Government is meddling in local-realth questions. The power of Interfering with the health gaaquatine regulations of a place not to be vested in the central gov -- tof a- Federation. =-n- a case. like - rs, for instance, where a lingering vin diettiwness against the weaker section still exists in the strong'r, where that vindIo tiveness appears to be very active and bitterat the seat of government and among the rulers of the nation, such a power as the one indicated might be used with crushing effect. Even the jealousy of a great port like New York might success fully invoke its biased exercise to the detri ment of a rising rival. Suppose that, from either of these mo fives, the President should desire to ruin New Orleans, all that he would have to do would be to establish a most. stringent quarantine for the sake of our health and the starvation of our commerce, when, as happens to be the case just now, there would not be a shadow of reason to fear in faction. But malice might go much farther still. We will suppose, as the Treasury circular intimates, that the Government has usurped control over local questions of health. It may then Interfere with the salutary ad ministration of our Board of Health. The yellow fever of New Orleans has been a chained lion for the last six years. It has I appeared hero in fall vigor several differ eat seasons, gifted to all outward appear ance with its accustomed strength and ferocity, but, somehow or other, its ravages were confined within narrow limits. It is certainly fair to think that the active, en ergetic course pursued by Dr. White and his co-laborers of the Board of Health had much to do with this. There is-good rea son to suppose that their skilful use of dis infectants checked and controlled the fever, I and a few seasons more of similar success on their part would convince the public that the great scourge of New Orleans had been mastered at last. Now suppose that General Grant, actu ated by motives of hostility to New Orleans, should turn out our Board of Health and establish one of his own, with strict orders to prohibit the use of disinfectants; the yellow fever would immediately resume its a fearful sway to the destruction not only of , thousands of lives but of all local prosperity e and progress. It Is far better that the control of every t interest should be confined to the hands of those who are most closely identified. with it and cannot be arrayed in hostility to it. e In fact it is far better, as a general prin- t ciple, that Government should always tend l to dimicish rather than enlarge its sphere of t control. Private administration is always a more energetic, prompt, sagacious and economical than public administration. o ..The members ofthe several Total Abatinence Associations will find notices of meetings in it our advertising columns. It is particularly ti desirable that all members should attend these meetings punctually, as we understand that it a is contemplated to have, early next month, a a demonstration in honor of Father Mathew and j' in fortherance of the cause of Total Abstinence. 'Tis only by earnest labor, self-sacrificing seal and a perseverance which increases as ob stacles present themselves, that works having for their object the repression of the baser si passions of man, can make any perceptible pro- 1 gress. If a member does not attend the meet ings of his -Society, he gradually ceases to take ti an interest in its works, his seal for its welfare w and progress diminishes, and, perhaps, by not folAlling punotnally the lesser obligations he has assumed, he prepares the way to a forget- r folnesa of and indifference to the greater. Gentlemen who may desire to connect them selves with these societles have only to attend the advertised meetings. Of course only Ca- a tholica can join, as the applicant has to promise to approach the Sacraments at leaet once a year; the Societies all, in their Conatitutions, reoog nizing the absolute necessity of securing the grsoe of God by the meana He has appointed. SicOOLS or rTa SISrTns or sT. JosuPH. On the 15th inst., olasses will be resumed in te the Convent e, St. Joseph, oorner of Galves st and Bt. Philip streets, for day scholars and tb boarders. The Sisters request us to state that th they specially desire to see all the pupils 50 promptly on hand. At the Convent at Bay St. F Louis, olasses will also be oommened the same wi day. Two 81sters will be at the Railroad depot, fa foot of Canal street, at the departure of the morning train, to take hobarge of girls going to os the Convent. e; A srction of the Catholic Union was estab- o lished about six months ago in the parish of t.. Mary's of the Immaeulate Conception, Brocklyn. Its rst work was to relieve the Dh pemisesbtreh of debt. It now numbers 30 Ma has esieeteld er the ehashb pe m1 SBrnam Comwuo, or Nw Oar.s wxs, - September 4, 1874. The 8uperior Connel of the Society of St. ig Vincent de Pal, of New Orleans, earnestly ie appeals to the charitqf the public for cloth ing to be seat to a large number of-families in the country parishes who lost everything cOt the overflow.last Spring and have not ad able to reap any returns from the seed plan as, after the waters subsided-their cotton h lt been destroyed by worms and their corn e drought-many are unable to go to church r it want of clothes and bshoes. Ht 'Believing that a large quantity of second at, hand clothing can readily be spared, we beg in, thz it may be sent to the MoamGo STAR Hall, ral 116 Poydras street near Camp, whence it will be forwarded to the country to be distributed under the direction of the Rev. Clergyresiding in the impoverished districts, whose touching th recitals of the miseries of their flooks have Ce prompted this appeal. All kinds of garments P- for men, women and children, or materials ke -suitable for making up into garments, will be n- thankfully received. ill We would particularly call upon the child Ic. ren of the city, who have had the happiness td of making their First Communion, to place in Dg our hands the clothing they wore, now so care s fully treasured as memorials, that we may th send it to little ones in the country anxious to make their First Communion but unable to a obtain the means of attiring themselves de 1 cently. M. J. KWNIGAANw, ri- Acting President. Tuos. G. RAPIER, Secretary.. O' I earnestly recommend the foregoing appeal. in t N. J. PERCHE, lo Archbishop of New Orleans. at Donations will be received at the following d places : as St. Theresa's parish-Father Kenny's resi dence. re St. Michael's parish-Father Heslin's resi n denee. Annunciation parish-Father Darler's reali dence. ll. St. Mary's (Second District) parish-Vicar ar General's residence. S t. Alphonsus parish-Convent of the Sisters d of Mercy. It St. Joseph's parish-T. J. Egan's grocery. St. John's parish-L. J. Nowlan's residence, - corner Rampart and Calliope. ye St. Peter's parish-M. P. O'Neil's residence, corner Spain and Love. a Immaculate Conception - parish-Mon.xIG Is STAR office. p St. Patrick's parish-MoaNro STAR office. r- Resting of the Depositors of the Citizens' Bank. es The depositors of this venerable and fully i solvent institution assembled Tuesday evening at' No. 61 Camp itreet, to counsel, consult and take into consideration its affairs, and adopt the necessary measures to insure fully the in tereet of all parties concerned. "- The meeting was called to order at half-past 5 seven o'clock by Mr. H. T. Lawler, and, on mo r, tion of Mr.Lessassier, Mr. Henry Renshaw, Sr., a was invited to set as Chairman and Mr. J. M. rt Dowling to act as Secretary. In The object of the meeting was then stated to be to ascertain the sense and wishes of the depositors in the present emergency and con dition of the bank and to sccure concert of °' action. The proposition of the bank, through its re President, dated September 6, 1874, was read, 1e and after some discussion relative to the pre Is sent condition of the bank, Mr. Frank McGloin f was requested to prepare suitable resolutions y expressive of entire confidence in its manage ment, and accepting the aforesaid proposl. tion. if On motion, a reeessof five minutes was taken, and upon reassembling Mr. MoGloin present ed and read the following resolutions : Whereas, it is the sense of this meeting that the difficulties now enveloping the Citizens' d Bank of New Orleans are merely temporary, I and caused alone by the default of those owing the said institution, and not by any lack of a ability to meet all its liabilities, and being fully satisfied from the statements of the offi- c cersof said bank and from the report of the a committee of the Clearing-House of the Asso ciated Banks that its assests far exceed its a liabilities, we are convinced that a judicial t luituidation of the affairs of said bank, either I a in bankruptcy or otherwise, would be ruinous o y to all interests involved, and we are satisfied that the present officers of said bank could 0 better satisfy the indebtedness of said bank, C as a large portion of the assets of said bank t a are mortgage claims upon property, city and country, which if sold at this time at forced or judicial liquidation would be sasriflced, and so 1 work widespread rain and loss. Be it C 1 Resoled, That we declare ourselves satisfied that said bank is fully solvent, and that all of our claims will -be paid in fall. n I That we accept the proposition tendered by r said bank, through John G. Gaines, its Pre- E - sident, of date September 6, 1874, as annexed, and advise all depositors to accept the same. That we deprecate any attempt to hampet of 5 the action of said bank by litigation or other- D s wise, and declare that any such embarrass ments would be injudicious. On motion, it wes resolved that the said resolutions be adopted, and that the minutes and resolution of this meeting be publishebed. On motion, a committee of two gentlemen was appointed to obtain the signatures of all absent depositors, and for this purpose Messrs. Lawler and McGloin were unanimously ap pomnted. On motion, the meeting adjourned. HzNRY RExanslW, Sr., President. JAsrs M. DOWL.GO, Secretary. Sr. MIcnAL'S NEKW SCHOOL.-The very in tereeting ceremony of the laying of the corner- Li stone of this finenew bouilding, will take place dis this Sunday evening, at 5 o'olook. His Grace, e the Most Bev. Archbishop, will officiate. The sermon will be preachbed by the Rev. J. G. t Footes, of St. Patrick's Churchb. A ellection of will be taken up for the benefit of the school fund. It is hoped that all the faithful who poessibly can will be in attendance at the ceremonies, as certainly no work at the present day is of greater importance than that which has for its object the education of the young. We are indebted to Mr. A. A. Bohne, S a Dryades street~, for a copy of the "H Neptune MasorkSa," a oharming piee of meale, om* New York City has thirty Cathollo Paroohal t. schoels, in which 13,878 boys and 12,323 girls tly are tauht. th Rt. Rev. Bishop Wood has given $100 in aid ofthe Cate Catholio temperance fountain for the Centennial. The Headquarters of the United States Army will betransferred, on the 15th of October, from Washington to 8t. Louis. The Portuguese Minister of the Interior bas -leaed a notice that the Arabian ports on the Red sea are infected with the plague. nd In the last twelve years the Prince of Wales eg has spent $17,000,000, and is now nearly $5, ll. 000,000 in debt. His annual income is over ill $600,000. of In 1873, Europe, with a population of 282,. 1g 456,742, had 63.360 miles of railway ; the Un ug ited States, with 40,232,000 inhabitants, had we 70,650 miles. Its On January 25, 1875, a pilgrimage will start sla from Nice, in the south of France, for Jer-us be lem and the Holy Land. It will go by way of Loreto and Brindisi. Id- "A Radical bug on the potato-vine of human es existence," is the expressive language applied in by a South Carolina exchange to a carpet-bag re- agitator of Civil Rights. sy From a Blue Book which has just been pnb to lished we learn that a new educational infn to ence is now actively at work in Japan, one le. which is sure to extend its power very rapid ly, viz, the Native Press, which has sprung into existence in several parts of the empire. Of the delegates to the Cotton Classifcation al. Convention in New York, the large majority estimate an averageof 4,045,03 bales as the crop of the present year, based on the outlook at the present time. This may be changed, °g however, by the developments of the next two or three weeks. In France the clergy of all denominations si- receive salaries from the Government. The budget for next year makes provision as fol lows : Catholic clergy $8,400,000, Protestant ar $300,000, Jews, $50,000. Protestant England taxes her subjects, Catholics as well as Pro testants, for the support of the " Church of England" alone. )e, While most branches of manufacture are sadly depressed, the production of destructive weapons appears to be nnsually brisk. One fG American firm in filling a contract that calls for 130,000 Remington rifles for the Madrid government, while a Hartford firm is working ik. day and night to arm the men who follow the fortunes of Don Carlos. Victor Hugo has written a letter declining. a an invitation to the Peace Congress at Geneva. He says peace cannot be established until an other war has been fought between France and Germany. He points to the existence of a deep and undying hatred between the two countries, and declares there will be a duel - between the principals on monarchy and re r' publicism. Six thousand dollars worth of penknives d were given to the clerks in the Treasury De he partmentlast week ; probably as the tribute of a grateful Government to overworked and underpaid servants. The New York Tribune hopes that this misappropriation of the publio b funds was made without the knowledge or consent of the head of the Treasury Depart d, ment. re- The Poet Laureate, Alfred Tennyson, is at in present staying in Paris. He is said to be t° busily engaged at intervals upon his "Boadi e- ce," of which ten years ago (1864) he gave experimentally a fragment at theclose of his "Enoch Arden." There is now hope that this n* tantalizing fragment may before long be car ried successfully to a completion, so that in stead of a mere torso, we may have from the s great artist's band another all but perfect masterpiece. ig The following is the distribution of the troops in the several Southern States : Three i companies of the Second Infantry in Alabama, se six in Georgia and one in Tennessee. The en tire Third Infantry at Holly Springs, Miss., it three companies of the Sixteenth Infantry in it gentocky, two in Arkansas, one in Mississippi, i one in Louisiana, and one in Tennessee. Eight d companies of the Eighteenth Infantry in South r, Carolina, two in Georgia, eight companies of k the First Artillery in Florida, one-in Georgia, r two in South Carolina and one in Virginia, o six companies of the Second Artillery in North Carolina, one in South Carolina, one in Vir ginia and four in Maryland, making the whole namber of troops in the South about 2500. Bequiem Hass for the Late Niehael Wheelshan. There will be a Solemn Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of MICHAEL WHEELAHAN, on TUIES DAY MORNING, 15th lust., at 8o'clock, in the Church of St. John the Baptist, Dryades street. t His friends are respeotfunlly invited to attend. a e DIED: DALY-On Thursday evening. eptember 10, 1874, at I o'clock. Catharlne O'oil. wife at Brian Day. aged twenty.sla years, a native oa County WaterfOrd. Ire 1 land. and a resident of New Orleans for the puast eight years. McQUILLL N-At9 o'clock BSunday morning. Septem btre, 1574. Rrldcet McQuillen. aged eighty yearn, sea c tive ef County Lenth Ireland. and for twentyseven years a residet of this city. "S ACRED HEART." The Convents of Grand Cotesau, St. Lndry Parishb, La, and St. Michael, Sit. James ParIah, ., under the Sdirection of the Reeliionue of the Sacred Heart, will resume scholaste daties on the 7th of Oeboer. SThe branch estbllshment of "8t. Miehal," locted at No. US Damalinae street, will re-pen for the admission of Day 8cholers on the 5th of the same month. GErT THE BEST. 10.0oo Wordsad . Meangp set is eAr mDsieneri. 1000 Nigraslu8g; Z DlrusarzLu 1rio,81.l_ J Ltead Q,,s'eb afe Osis, 15 33W o0RL3AS CATHOLIC TOTA.L ASTI 0NCE3 ASSOCIATION.-.The regular monthly meeoot. iag el this Association will be bold THIS (Sunday) VENINGe, at 56 o'clock. Gentlemen wishing tojoin are Invited to attend. It s very desirable that ALL the members attend this meetn.g. THOS. G. RAPIER, President. D. H. BUCKLEY. Secretary. sia It ST. PETER8 CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE MSOCIET.-The regular monthly meeting of this Bociety will be held THIS (Sunday) EVENING, at 7; o'eleok, ti the Schoolhouse on Marigy street, between Greatmoa and Cassalvo streets. Gentlemen wishing to Join the Soeiety are invited to attond. . H. BARTLEY, Pretident. C. EVanrTT, Reosadinrg sretry esls It ST. THURESA'S CATHOLIO TOTAL- ABTI NENCE SOCIETY.-The regular monthly meeting of this Asseooation will be held THIS (Sinday) EVE ING, at 5 o'clock, in St. Theresa's Hall, Erato street, betw iLM nolue and Camp. .A tall and pauctual at. tendance is requested, asbusiness of the utmost Ima portance is to be transacted. Gentlemen wishing to become members are Invited to be present. JOHN J. MANNING, Vice President. J. J. O'CONNOR, Secretary. se13 It ST.ALPHONSUSTOTAL ABTINENCE ADETS. The regular monthly meeting of this Society will be held TO-DAY, (Sunday), at 9 o'clock, in St. Alphonsua Hall, St. Andrew street, between Magazine and Con stance streets. Dues will be collected at this meeting. Boys wishing to join are invited to attend. By order of the President. sel3 It W. J. MALLYNN, Id Vice President. SPECIAL NOTICES. , HALL OF BRANCH NO. I-t. B. & M. A. A. of La.-New Orleans, September 10 1064.-At the regular monthly meeting of this Branch, held en the 7th Ine,t. the annual election of oflicers took wlace. The follow. 1 ing was the result: i President-JOKH McCAFFREY, i- Vice Presadent-RUGH FLYNN, t Recording Secretary-MATT. CADDEN,* Financial Secretary-J. N. HEALY,* d Treasurer-WM. CONWAY,* - Marshal-JOHN O'NEILL, .f Sergeant-at-Arm--M. O'SULLIVEN. Physician-Dr. JNO. M. CULLEN. re rTANbINO Co]xMfrTna APPOIZtrD TB TrH F5Lr6mDNT. Finance Co mmttee-Hogh Flynn. Chairman; Patrick rearron and Laurence MoGrain. * Investigating Committee-P. B. Bell, Chairman; BIich'd McCloskey and Danes Murphy. d Relief Committee-Jobn Barke. Chairman; P. J. Done. gan and Owen Kelly. i -ATT. CADDEN, SReelected. Recording Secretaly. ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS-DIVISION No. 1.-The regular monthly meetings of this Divlsilo are held in their Hall, corner of Common "pd Derbigny streets, on the FIRST WEDNEiDAY of every month, - at 7 o'clock p. M. The next meeting will be October 18 7th. of MARTIN FINNERTY, President. PETER KIERNAN. Secretary. 5e1374 ly 1 RooMs DsnocsaTic PARISH ComI rr sa, New Orleans. September 0, 18714. 0 At a meeting of this Committee, held this evening, it was on Resolved. That this Committee again invite and urge .asll Coneervative voters to register their names as early as praotleeble in the booksof the different Ward Clubs Salready organised, In order that they may participate In the election to be held on October 3d for Delegates to id the Parish Convention, whch will assemble on Oto ber 5th. - SAs under previously promulgated resolutlons of this SCommittee, relative to Registry for the Primary Elec tions, the nmber of Registrars and Clerks are not t limited therefore the Preoident of the several Central Ward Clnte are hereb.requeated, upon pror .appl cation to appoint, n to the ap nets read mde, one trr for each Wad, o represent the renet aor inse other than the Democratic At Pty mentiond n the platform adopted at the Baton ie ouge Convention. Resolved, That the Presidents of the several Central . Ward Clubs be and they are hereby requested to ap point such number of Commissioners aend Clerks as rtheymay eaohdeem properand necesary to onduttthe is election tobe held on October 3d. Upon proper appli cation the Preidenut are aleo requested to appoint one is Commissioner of Election and one Clerk at each polling place to represent the different organizatlono other than the Demecratic party mentioned in the platform adort. ed by the State Cony-nylon recently held at Baton Rouge. P MALOCHEE. President, WILL SLEVEN, Vice PPre't. tE. L. OWER. Secretary. BooMs DEMOChATIC PAIlSl COmMITT E, New Orleans, September 8, 1774. To the BuD nesa Community of the Pariah of Orleansi The recently promulgated Be, iltration Law oubjects all voters who are opposed to Radlcallsm and the Kel log usurpatloin especially our natnralised citinens. to I- unprecedented and outrageloo dfliuonltie and annoy. ances In obtaining the neoemsary regstraelon papers to enable them to vote at the ensuing election. Therefore, this Committee respectfully urges and ty equests that. mhtat.mnueiswrar, cr. . porations, nnd all others having voters In their employ, allow them ample time and every peoible opportunity not only to register themselves, but als to enable them to assist others in dogn Po. P. MALOCREE, President, f WILL STEVEN, Vice Pree't E. L. BOWER, Secretary. os13 tf ooMss DgMocATic PAnhelt CommTrrrs, New Orleane, Aug. 8, 1874, At a meeting of this Committee It was .moled, That we have followed with admiratlon the prooeedings of the Baton Bon.e Convention, and that the result, comprising theplatform and the nominations for Stats Treasurer and members of Congre is i In the highest degree atkotlory to the people of the parish of Orleans opposed to Rdcalism ; we, therefore, hbrt ily ratify the action of the Convention and pledge our support to its nominee Rsolved, That the Parish Committee, In accordance with the platform and the reesolnliona adopted by the State Convention recently held at Baton Rouge, invite all citizens opposed to Radicalism, irreepective of party affihiatione, to register tbemeslvee as voters in the cen. tral clubs aleady organleod in their respective wards and to unite in the elaection of Delegates on the 3d of ')ctober. to a Parish Convention. to be held on the 5th o October, 1874. P. MALOCHEE, President. WILL Srgvrss. Vire President. aulil 5p tf URSULINE DAY SCHOOL, Corner of Esplatnde and Rampart" Sts. Classes at this Institution will be resumed NEXT se 4t MONDAY., September 1, 174. MRS. A. E. FRY, WIDOW OF CAPT. JObEPH FRY, 123 and 123.....Calliope Street..1...23 and 12" OAK, ASH AND PINE WOOD, COAL AND CHARCOAL, For sale in qnuantitiee to suit, asd at Lowest Mha ket EaLee. FULL MEASUREMENT GUARANTEED. p Orders may be left at the Morning Star Ooes. and at 4 J. . Roausd A Co.'s Grocery. eeorner Camp and Julls L. E. MEEHAN, (Late of the Meenintg tari, my-4 Spif MANAGES. JOHN N. HULYL Attorney. nd Couisellor at Lw, " !Seeld eau write to AUGUSTE MAR , , 383............ Dryades Street............988 (Branch Store. 358 eond at., near the Market,) Swho has an elegant stook of e. DRY 00008D 1y) from New York emations. oeght foa Cash, and to be sold 0- leee than oet of Importation. Is Only a few ar Uoles can be namerated, such a Brown and White COTTONS, CALICOES sd DRESS GOODS, -AuWool FLANELS, CANTON FLANNELS,. *N BLAKTS - L QUILTS, 7 U BED) SPREADS, a - Just reoved - 900 pieces Black ALPACA. to - Black EMPRESS CLOTH, Black TAMISE, MERINOS of all colors, Black DELALNE. I- HOSIERY of all kinds, of FRINGES and Sj TRIMMINGS, Mi, IATTINGS, . CARPETS, a. CRUMB CLOTHS, DOOR MATS, Eto, Etc. to Give him a all and you will And he keeop the Real Cheapr Dry Goods Store. Perticular Atention to orders from the country. No troeble to show goods. SAUGUSTE MABX, s 5 if t S3 Dryades street. T ................................ .... T -. - Tea drinkers ordering their suppliles from the Great China and Japan Tea Warehouse, No. 170 Canal Street, 15MW ORLLtNS, will save from Twenty.Ovo to Seventyiva cente on every ponnd of Tea they consume. bgesides etting a of more palatable article into the bargain. The fiollowing are few of our leading varleties : SBest OOLONG (Black) ........................ I o 00 t. Best BREAKFAST touoong).............. 90 r. BestIMPERIL (Green) .......... 4.... Best GUNPOWDER reen) ................. ! to Best YOUNG HYSON (Gren)............... 40 - We guarantee all of the ebove to be strictly Al Teas. Our prices for Oolong end Imperial Teas range from to cents per pound upward. Web hLre good. streg. well.flavored Black or Miled Teea t 60 cents per pound, whloh we recommend to larrge censumers. Orders from the country, unscomparnied with the cash, will be shilpped by Epress,. to be colleted on de. livry of goods. Checks, drafts end pestofic orders shouldb made payable to the proprietor, J. J. MARTIN, SI e No. 170 Canal street. New Orlenes. ok N. esW. ship Tes to all points in theouthern I i'd ay , , U J lh, a te s cr Pi A. A oers r le ta e o rs r bu y s ci U heOp tS mAT On OOd it to tor i ro nthet c and th w e eithen r soil. Quc sal LAK eMnll pro INESSt ot - de LEVY BROS.s 580... aa...i...Magazine Street...........80 EVER KEEPS THE BALL IN MOTION. r EMPORIUM OF FASHION. " e We are In onstaent receiptof all the latest styles of 'A Goods and Fashions, which we will continue is offer to i customers a less thian New York prce Our buyer T- in New York beng always on the alert for the best, 0ctheapeet and most fashionable gaood In the mart. It needs- ti but a cell to se that we are thehespet mer chants in tShe city, end thnt we do Intend to sell. Qulck selee and hsmll proflts at del . .yAp LEVY BROS. ARTICLES F onI 'teIE TOILET. 1, 1 i Large assortment oIf OLOONPCS, AY RlUMS and J I S nAPS Duometic and Forinle. U TURKISHI BATU TOWEIS, 4 a dozen; d SPONGES, troml C. to , and alla necesry articlesa i h, for the toilet, at u FREDERICKSON & HALITE'S, fe7 tm5p o 13 Canal street.i Touaro Building. COMPETITION DEFIED. U DRYADES STREET TO THE FRONT. Ladles' and ChIldren's Boots and Shoes, AT COST, TO MAKE BOOM FOR NEW GOODS. SAll sInes and qealites, and no tremble to show Goods. TMR. JAMES A. KELLY, o mH n74 lyeIp No. w36 Dryades street, corner Erato. SCOOPERAGl ..........radRelE..COOPERAGE. w r P. A. LESLANC, o '22..........F.... rot Street...... 22....... i Bet. C D..tmhoues and Blenville. Buar Landing. pi as constantly on hand Sugolaer nogeade Molasees at Barrels, HlIf-Barrela. Kegs, Hoop Poles, stc. all Orders promptly attendeod to. Partricular attention paId m -to al country orders. mh s74 lyp --- - - -trl SRt S V. KATEO /. . LOQAN . hae remores. to Nr 9 IIO ON STREET two doors from the corner of Canal, where abe is prepared to give prp O. s to all orders In the in l INERrp K, DR _ M KING Hd mn~r I BUSINESS8. In experieoce e 1 many gyuarsean bee hertogna rstes T. J. ARRELL L of trw of Logen & Faelli, De betwn S, C'harles and 106.......Common Street..........1(1 Plan of th bet makee tar sleeg 55 nt res esa I fe SGl prse ai.. n me . .wanr, s thsea sam . sei, iM Camp teste a Mr. 6S. AM11nag, .: hei sas Co the, Hibna Inuae omPam r,. w. : Shampa -t. Those who b s I paid ,s dvUam - ' p** pasosat their rem pls eas t arras hr l bnds ltateds2a smi i m" 2 ..paso =). e5 o o re :s.'-._ne TaE FAMILY BOOKSTO.R, 1mT ...............eRal streea..............1u Cornmr of Oremas Street. English and French Prayer Books: SCIENTIFIC AND LITERARY WO S4 IsN3 I .. :LIE, FRENCH AND GERIUMA. English and French Classles. MAGNIFICENTLY BOUND BOOKS FOE pa1g 1MIUM, IN ENGLISH AND FREaWuO Medals, Beads, Pictures, Statues, U., WHIIOLESALE AND RETAIL The price of each article, in plain Agorea kasa.. I all, is almed to It. ap. m . tHTE ATLANTA AND NEW ORLEANS SHORT LINE Is the quickest in hours and Shortest la miles o New York and all Intermediate cities. 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