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Lw. gaTrU2M lS. 1575. ZOOaL orTBB. Up to the 106h. 7476 white voters and 4434 colored had registerd in this city. The protection levee at the New Lake End, will be completed about November 16. Mr. P. J. Paplnesa has been appointed Tax Collecter for the 1Sixth Districot, ties Corbin, ssesaseed' Hereafter only one maiull a day will be sent *a b the Jackson railroad. It will leave on the 7 . m., train. Rev. P. . L. Mssatrdier, Pastor of Bt. Or CheOb, wias taken with fever last 7 a1x He is oonvalescing. Muede evening, store 71 Gravier street, oc ecpied by H. Spiro, tobaooo dealer, was burn ed. Ices 19.000; insurance on building and stock P89.000. Up to the 1st of September the city had exz. changed 0106 of its shares of stook in the Wato. Works Company for $623,169 94 of its Basting indebledness. The Homepathloic Relef Assoolation, 132 Canal street, EgH. A. Voorbhees, President and C. G. Fisher, Secretary, will give prompt as ,iLatne to the sink on apnlcation. Henry Spieker, carpenter, aged 56 yeares, re siding on BEighth street. tween St. Thomas and Chippewa, commltt4iAslde last Tuesday evening by jumping linte a cistern fall of water. The dispensary established by the Plckwick Club for the purpose of distributing beef tee and soap for convalescents has been Ailling 300 preseriptions a day. Pour hundred and twenty pounds of beef are used daily. Father Cousterot, Curate at the Churoch of the Sacred Hart, Claiborne street, has the prevailing fever. He was attacked last Tues day, and at last accounts, Friday night, was doing as well es could be hoped. The Waterworks Company have transferred their oeas to Masonic Hall, at the corner of St. Charles and Perdido streets. The American Distrlict Telegraph Company will ocopy the bid quarters of the Waterworkhe Company, No. 47 Camp street. The Peabody Association filled some 12.000 rsgiettloasfer-food last week. A little more systemie edded in the distribution to prevent frrad and to enable the deserving to get rattiones without having to wait around ths depot for hours. Lsat week Mrs. Evans, a resident of Jena street, in the Sixth District, poisoned herself and three children by mistaking toadstools for mushrooms and serving them at dinner. By a timely administration of antidotes the whole family were saved. The Canal and Claiborne Street Railroad Company, last Monday commenced the oon struction of the new bridge across the Old Ba. sin. It will be completgq by next Saturday. Meanwhile paerengers have toehange car at the basin whihob is crossed on a small but safe floating-brldge. The Workingmen's Assoolation of Savannah seat $200 to the Borewmen of New Orleans. In one day last week the Firemen's Charit able Assoolciation of New Orleans received con t:lbutions amounting to $11.0. The Mitchel Rifles received $100 from the Clan-na-Gael of Chiongo. The report of the Adminalistrator of Finance for the month of Augusot shows: July 31, balance on hand..................... 3.438 8t Rsesipts during Aues.................... 113,83 8a int.ms ae 117.002 e8 Dbarsements........................... 110,783 at Salanes, Sptemberl.. ...................... .. ar 07 MATrazomuAL.-Last Thursday week, Mr. J. Bereegesy, a gentleman well known in oom mereisl, social and military ciroles, was united In the holy bonds of marriage to Mrs. M. Gil more (Miss M. Doyle), a lady of a most exem lary Catholic family, whose members have been identified for many years with every char itable enterprise undertaken by the Church of St. John the Baptist. Gen. McMillen, Pension Agent, being afraid of yellow fever, has transferred his headqusat er from the Customhouse to Montgomery, Ala. The consequence is that the pensioners, all of whom are maimed soldiers, or the widows and mothers of soldiers, have to wait ten or fifteen days longer than usual for their pen ions, and this at a time of general destittion when their friends can give them no help. Yanrow Pavan RxcoaD.-The frst oeae of fever was reported July 12th, and from that dy to noon Friday, Beptember 6th, there were in all 4400 essesu 133 deaths. 3epors5 Septmbr 7.... --. .. 17 ep r .......... ss .. e . ms 9..........144 .. 87 - Septsubr oc....,13) .. sO eptber l1..........s3 - o -- Sptember 15.5....15 57 - pk 15..........SA - 1S -. Total...................... 5l37 .. 1s3 -. The 7imes anderstands that in certain bigh oieolu (not politiesl, of oourse,) the following named gentlemen are mentioned as suitable pemes to fill the municipal ooefm during the comiag two yearl: "Mr. S. B. Newman for Mayor, Mr. 3. 8 Howard for either or Administrator of Commeroe, Mr. Pillsbory for re-election as o It learns forther that the names of Jeles Vatrin, W. C. Raymond and Phelpe are also frequently referred to saitable persons t, fll thrse and other mn olpal cfafie. Ur. A mOaIe' Couvrr or MrncY AED ALDI4.Inx of the Sisters of Mercy, at the Coeaent, and several of the orphans at the jL jt h ejjIh a1 wt rl , wek~L** the lives or se 10W lile orphanes whose bone it ise Sinoe June lest all the revenees of both institutions have been out off sad they have been maintained altogether on credit. Contlri butions of any kind; espeoiallybeds, bedding, blankets, provisions end poney are sollited and will be gratefully received at the follow. Ing places: Convent of the Redemptorist PFathers, Constance street; Convent of Meroy, St. Andrew street; St. Alphonuas Asylum, Fourth and St. Patriek streets; Thoee Fits, william's Caomp street, Henry Green's, 610 Camp strmst, and by D. H. Bookley, at ST.a office. The offiolal mortuary report for tbe week ending Iunday last, Sept. 8th, shows: Total deathse 763. White 700. colored 63. White males 450, whit.ferales 2560. Total males 489. total females 981. The following were the prinolpal ceans of deatbh: Yellow fever-whites a5, eloed 1 ...............s4 Other fevers.................................... 2i lOalet lfeves 4eelasfled ............ ......... 28·. r Cesensptliem.................. .............. 13 Three bhundred and five ofbhe viotims were under 15 years of age, 319 between 16 and 40, and 116 over 40. Nativetr of Louisiana 251: of other 8tates 97; of Germany 86; of Ireland 63; of France 67; of Italy 52; of England 16; of Spain 5. Buried from Oharty Hospital 78; from Hotel Dien.7. By request of Mother St. Charles, Superior ae, the following appeal is published: The Bisters of Mount Carmel, in charge of theta Orphan Asylum. No. 63 Piety street, be tween Orsetmen and Caescalvo streets., Third Distriot, appeal to thecharitable publio for as sistance. They have about one hundred and twenty children under their charge, and abso iltely dependent on them for food and support Of thee little girls, fifteen are now in bed with the yellow fever, attended by Dr. Lewis. Two of the Sisters are also prostrated with the same malady Unhappily, the ordinary re sources of the Sisters are estroyed by the pre valent pestilence, and they find themselve without a dollar in the house and with no means for obtaining things necessary to the sink. They greatly need medicines, bed cover ings, and provisions of any kind, especially snob as would be suitable to the sick and con valeseent. Trusting in the goodness of God, the Sisters take this means of making their condition knhoown to those whom He will in spire with charity in their regard. Crrr Councm. -From the official minutes of the proceedings of t'ie Councoil last Tuesday we take this extract : Mr. MoOCafrey offered the following: Resorlved, That transfers of claims for services rendered by the employees of the various do partments of the City Government, as well as of the Crescent City Police Department during the preesent year, be and are hereby made re oelvable out of the amount applicable for taxes of 1878 to the general fund. Besolved. That all ordinanoces or patte of ordinances in conflict herewith be and the same are hereby repealed. Mr. Brown objected to the resolution. Mr. Cavanae also objected and called atten tion to artoicle 50 of the city charter, which be said prohibited the diverting of the funds of the government under penalty of fine or im prisonment. Mr. MoCaffrey denied that there was any olatse in the charter with which the resolu tion could coonflict. There was a large amount of taxes due, whiob, if paid into the treasury woold enable the governument to pay its em. ployees, who were in sore need just now funds whihob, if collected, would go to the employees-then what objection could there be to receivirng the transfers of the employees for taxes of 1878? The adoption of the reso lution would cause the value of transfers to appreclate, and thereby we would be spared the humiliating spectacle of seeing the police, to whom the city owed two months' alary already, applying to the free market for the food which was sent here for the alok and dtlt:·. Mr. Cavasnaco read the following from the city charter: Sac. 60. Be it farther enacted, etc, That it shall not be lawfto for thbe Mayor, the Council, or any other cficer or employee of the city, to divert or attempt ti divert any moneys or credits of any partiuoolar or special fund to any other purpose than that for which the funood was originally intended. Any infringement of this lrovision shall be paunished by a fine of not les than $1000 nor more then $5000, or by imprisonment of not less than one nor more than five years, and dismissal from office. He stated that the resolution, if adopted would be noll, and could not bh oarried into effect without endangering the bondsmen of the Administrators. Mr. Bengatorff stated that he would vote for the resolution if it ould be demonstrated that it was legal. Mr. MoCaflrey replied that the Council in 1876 passed a resolution, sielmilar in its charac ter, by which unredeemed coupons of the pre mium bonds were made receivable for taxes of that year. If the present resolution confliets with the charter the one referred to also con flicted, and yet no evil consequences arom therefrom. If ay responlbiliy arises from the psesage of this resolution he was willing to take his share of ILt. The Mayor stated that he saw no serions objection to the adoption of the resolution. He said it would be well, however, to postpone foatber consideration till next meeting, as there were other arrangements in progress whihob would more speedily and effectively so complish the otject the Administrator habed in view in presenting the resolution. Mr. McCaifrey had no objection to postpon ing forther consideration it other and better arrangements were in progress; bat, though a member of the Council, he had beard nothing ooncerning them. All be wanted was to secure to the employee of the city, at the earliest day possible, their p1y for services honestly end faithfully rendered t> the city. It was then agreed that the resolution be made the special order of the day for next Tuesday. Tin WaHanan.-Bnt little :observation of the leather records is necessary to show that the month of August, just past, was extremely favorable to the spread of the fever. This month of September is so wholly different, that the blindeet among us most see in it somethiog to thank God fir, since there can be no doubt but that the late windy westher has stopped the spread of the epidemic, and probably in augurated it. declise. The mean barometer for August we 9 9566; for August 1877, 29.981. The humidity this August 71 7, and for August 1877, 659: show ing that in the month just past the air was not only lighter, but more humid, than in the same month last year. In this August there were 22 oalms, while no the preceding one there were bat 3; whlh proves that the air, in addition to being more nsuabetantial and more molit, was also more stagnant then in August, 1877. Again, the reain fel in Augus last year, was bot9 49 inohes, agaliat 6 31 inohes in the same mouth thIs year. That is we have had double es meek rein, and o-e~third of an Inoh over, tbhis year. What ilastal wor there wes only 9 reiny dey inl August 1877. while In August just past there were 19. We are aware that some people will sty that frequet rains are healthby. We ouannot agree with them. For when the boteon blases down upon the eatera. ted soil, in and all around the olty, emanations arise whbich oannot be perceived bat in their ecRet upon the publio health after the lazy breesus have watted them into sheltered streets, or into the oosy nooks, where the gay and the innocent enjoy themselves and where the weary aususpeotigly wander in search of eat. It is obvious that the oftener these ema nations are produced by the rain, the greater Is the danger to the public health. The highest temperature in August last was 94 degrees and occrred.on the 22nd, and the lowest was 73 degrees on the 27th, making the monthly range of temperature 21 degrees. The average daily difference between the hottest part of the day and the coolest part of the night was only 121 degrees. On the whole our citizelns may congratulate themselves on baviogpaesed the mcat danger. one weather, and therefore the worst part of the epidemic. How different it is this month. Already the equinootial gales have commenced, sweep ing the elements of contagion out of the city or destroying them On the let Septembsr the wind averaged 31 miles per boor, and on the 3rd only 21, as it had been doing through nearly the whole of Augusthut-on-thbesizt-t biseverageiccressed to nearly five; on the seventh to fivre; on the eighth to more than fire; on the ninth to six; on the 10th to 91, on the llth to 131, and on the 12th to 19) miles per hour with a maximum veloolty of 26 miles an hour on the 11th at 7 p. m. Aceordiogly the death rate which was 90 at 12 m. on the 11th, was found to be bat 57 at 12 m. on the 124h and the "new casesu" bad de oreased 41 in the same time. The frest, it is true, comes always at the "wind up" of the epidemic, but the decline, preceding, is alwaye caused by the increased movement of the wind, the increasing baromet rio pressure and lessening (humidity, whihob generally come in September or October and which, very providentially, have come early this year. The figures given above were obtained from the records of the local Signal ofboe. Yellow Fever-Daily Reeord for 1876. New ases. Deaths. July................................ - 1 July 23 ................ ................ - 4 u953...***-- *.--- -- - -- 9 July4.............................. July91.............................. - 2 uly96....... ........... .............. Julyt7............ ..... ......... . 9 3 July-.............. ................ 4 July39-.-............ ............... t 5 July30............................ 94 1 August 9 ............................- . 36 7 Sagest 1...................-******.... 48 7 August 3...... .... ............. 6 11 ~~~LJ....-...... ....... 38 7 1 August 4 ............................. 290 11 August 5 ............ 3 Augut6 8.............................. 35 11 August 9...- -****- ----*** 44 1 August 7.......... ................... 7 7 August 8S............................34 11 August 9. ........ ..............44 1 IAugusnet 1...........95 8.... August 11 ..............-.............- I9 14 Augnst17................... ..** 31 12 August13......... .........41 91 Angast 1................ ...... ......13 4 August 15..... ... 8 17 August 1............ ........ . 1 S T August 1.............................193 47 An 'it .......................11$ 47~r I August12..........19.-- .......__ *19 42 August 9............................136 41 Augeeust21- . --.........----107 40 August 92............----.......3....83 5 rlAugust9 .3.. .. .... 13 143 Auguste4 24 . . . e......193 41 August o5 .......................... 163 23 Anuagst7 e..........l...tt 194 49l August998... the ..................292 57 nAugust .te................ .d e e es....140 49 August40.............................169 514 August31.............................234 43 aSeptember 1......e............. . to4o tPr September 2 ...................... . 209 88r Septenser 3.....3?3................ ...32 8e Septamber 4............... 9. 2 72 September f............. . . ..9011 8. September 6.......................989 61 September 7...................7.......2 313 77 aSeptember .......................... M 8, September 9..................... 144 87 September 10................... ......2341 9o Septlember 11 ............ol.......... . 53 90o September 1 ....................... 1r 57 September 13 .....- .....-..... ......... 8 18 6157 1993 The steamemr himborazo made lately the frstet voyage on record between E gland and Australia,, leaving Adelaide, South Australla, July 2, and reaching Plymouth Aug. 11i Up to the 9h alt., 6 676 613 visitors, includ ing both the eolid peneic and the deadheads, bed entered the exhibition buldings at Paris Ordiargy Netisu efMswviogu end Deats wI, t2reejte be esrrted for ay- sen. Obt u rise ilt e ekegd t W atw of ten ead b at ow. LAWTON-ADLUR-On Thursday. September 5th, 1878, at theChurbh of the eHoly Name oary. Algiers, by the RevB. Father Brady. S. Lawton, i Algiers to Miss Nary Joeephle Adler, ci Oalveston, Texes. No cards. Glveston, Newr York and Ciuocnurt papers please copy. BZBCOEGAY-XIL MO -Onn Thursday, r eptem er, 18:8, by the Rev. oather J. G. Foette, Mr. J. B-rregey- to or. M. A. Gmore. bo nti thrieC city. IN NMORIAK. Rev. CARBLESS 3. BINCHIR. dled ~Auust 30th, 1t79, 'lagd io~Jrtytw years. Gone torero deare ster Father Shall we nerever eam th mere 1h.1 we never harthy faetetra Gaenly pining asof yore ? Sths dpay-etar or thy preseeee Sat oreer, hars below Shall we sever smite brlateeere, heer aglan lie porer eor o e Gone f~ruvr. dearet Father!I oad the truth weheery isele Thou art g~ee our hearts are etriemn, As cold words may seer nrevel But thee it Ilve foreer. Father, / Is er wmemer end our love ; Thy daiy aete set vtrtn rarer Cherisebd m~odesl cusr ebI I 7e And Is our hearts thoult llseur As withis a Irivig shrine. Wheare iend memry. evr ir kf Shall the cyprem garlaud ~~ Our1 guttlus sed lovellrl Shall be the gems that hLrisg daily To bedeekth ~mysi r And player for thee~rl rise osoeeaisg. At insee, s eoem ai,.vsu Though el beset wlll CusS reepossie, Ourpered Fahr isu tsIEsavte, I lamp·. B WALH-Om Meredya gSpeembe . rIs . at 141;. a. hiru Wl. wrle of WIlliam WaeS. 21 Ir w ARLS-MOndy emring. September 1378 at rS o'eTck. -Ma..tdm ed.we. .8 ptha mre. Wal8h earL p sa avetIuadehrea C y eeiw oy. LL - 12:1 l 15 jeaeub ree 9 17 Mf hew DELOAK3Y-On Samoday. detemher . 1 I8d. at HAR a -O Macdey, 3Igte m 18e8atha and 57 F HEcNY-On Thurnday, Stembaier i9. 1788 a elek a. an WilhO Bamur ey. aepd thlmtry7Ita ymata. Sa sally. of Coagsmtyp al a, Irelsata f thies aly foteh a. ,arte Ya E BAGAN-Ons Thnredoy. September 13 IS.5 Deals p a.. truo Began, aged S3 1yearsauaioo QIuant r LonlhlIeled, mad a omaean of thin it fag r theeat HEAIT-On Thuraday. Satplmber 1. .178. al.a SA..Petrick M eay aged tra oai years. asaeat mb a uluoo belrJ~ La, Ir d, sai aramident of Ortleansy for the laresIh 9 sar a ROOBHEE-On atnedatrstahSetember R1i88. as twenty mtoutaat 1.20~ a k tla an Boar a. aged a yar.. native .f the Coora Le Itm, Irelan, a a re rldeaL of taIe cty fI 1km yat Ojera. OOBEAT-On MondyWevnteed September I I. at TIp DeOsry Connty. e e, ada teeldnt of thIs cit for the pert ya.. SVIZARD--On Timday. September 10. 1175. ml 131 oc kok a. n.. GOere, ponoget chld of 187hemy aned May Vinasrd, ogad Seea r.II moute and n dac No Y fter S earp o. ton Meontay, plearter 3. l343 Jm yarn, age at oara, la mare of iaahel, Cooun eiprorary, Ireland. I KULLY-At 121212 a.. Cmrtmmher 9. 153. Michael Lalev.aed4 am alesn onalv of aliba, out C lil e a ithident of Edwardatllea. 21. DELAEY-On Monday. Fmaorer 9. 2e8. at1o1n p. m. hmOu. Delanby. aeod h0 yuearnente of lon. or. Cunty Tpoere. Iremnod. and a rsemdt ofthi c fr that o byear. h AndI pL~p(-- l mdari. reptemkbr o, ire, at 2.15p. ,f a·., Micae~l .. Macsoy, aged £9 yeaee, a naliveof NIna.e twn. County Dublin, Irelad, a nde a rold ut of thle 4 ty e re thieaCrsh--- e a MOMANYS-On Mrdy. P.mtembEr 3 2378. at 0 eakok a. an.. ELmma liotana aged· leyaarercanghar 01 Hug MfBr oYanue and .Jtatphlna Vaiten Cex - T Satrrday e ep 19, 1878 88a$7:10 at m.,Oa o'olek p an .Pastrck oafl aeu d l be jearnative of h Carrek. ounty r fCava.P r&Pand, and aitreloent of the WARDb-On Monday. Sectebec~ 5. 1879. at 21mitt utea oopeat? oolocy p n.woo ne. Waerd. ?med 3tjenr. it a natly.ofCounnt) Celsay, Ireland, an aral Out of thIealty fmIS yeaet. MADAMI~P-Okubn Wablgn airmet. between St. Thula a. andt. Pmatr. atIan. Saturday. Septeanar 7 1878, Capt. Patrick Hagan5y·r, ae syan natieot Irelrad. MUEPRE-On Thursday WI eptERber 5. 137. of p.1. 0b low fevr Mr Jeha A. MurPhy. a ad Mymar.. orni~n oUbliu, reland, and a realdeootof ~IhIi city for the Peat 4 MORTON01-Cu Frlday. Septeanhar 1878, Mlchael M-aorten, aed 43 ~ru. anativeof ~weezbeat.~lrmlnd SAGE~-At Ocan~ Spring.. on Wedneadmy. Seotamber ib 4, 1378. M. Maggie ha.. agd 13 yer. and 35 day. a id nativeo aBuHeath. Ireland, and N Tadnt of Ner Failt Grocerm. yJ 3 0033--On Satuiday6 mcrulng.3.peanbekri 1873. at i o'clock. of yeilowihvmr. Johu Moore aepd as yaae. a native of the city of Dnhlun. ealand en a realdeat of nr M~aw Crieana for the last 13 yearn. McOLOSKRY-Cn Wdeaday~ Septeanbr ii. 1578. at4o'lock p aolynar oCOnd thrwe. ag reyers natioo of Dngoal. County Drry. ICrlad. ad a ree e fthei l c7ity fr l eOatDyeRnT. MAd D. N-OAnWadnedy e Imanhr II. 187. t 3. 741 ~a.an.Thom. .7 Matdan. aged year.. anativeof Pwetwort County MYep. Ireiamd and a readeat of Newark k..P.t.rfoenh 13 m en ttee cty fO the peat IAME EKIRKPATRC Pltue, rme, ltueCod WILLAM .0. JoN5 died August 10, 18, aed 18 ear. 7 .mouthed8day. H..t in pea. J o afteryeaLr.fth oTnN earth Math aod the athmr gIvemn. In youth'. fair hour. In morn'. gay bloom, Thy aonalaou came frcan heaven; Life. early promIaufu ~lf~lud, Life'a eanwoa only cramued. Whlle yet thy heat in utlantph thrilled. Came forth the dread rommad. We bow.In duet rith chuteuci .oln8 Before the atern decree, Our well boioved hea journeyed on Where many manetone he. tfo that no.1 b!oa..d land6 where amn And parting are unknown, Where death and weeping bold no plae., Befit. the cryatal throne. 3. A K. AD .1 t 3. FOR Sf35. P. EVERETT. Next Thuraday. September 19, 1378, atl'I~0a. an.. a Solemn Hlgh Mae. of Requiem wll b eeobrated In the Church of 85. Peter & Paul. Third Dinirtet. for the laet Hoours Heley, wife ci Peter Everett. 'XI.e friend. of the faily ate inv~ted to attend. DIPHANLE DENTISTRY. Dr.5. H. 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All fullyWarranted, ThiN bonse ba Dlwai bhen reNownd for It low Trues aod fli dee'l.g end sllloeatius to eeppiyt& world with good asd reliable toetmruente on tue mnte rseasonabls terus.. TUNING AND MUPAIRINO A SPUCIALTY. g,* lfs THAT UNBECOMING YZLLOWNEBB WHICH tintge the okin and whites of the eyes of billoou sub esote. o well as the constlpation. namse,. vertigo, ferved appearance of the tongue, and dyspeptic ymp tomn whioh trouble them, rer entirely aed speedily removed b; Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient. hich lai, moreover, economlo. convenient and plea. SOLD BY ALL DBRUGGISTS. myle m AGENTS TWanted. PICTORIAL L IVES OF THE SAINTS with a PREFACE by Rev.E.MCGLYNN,D.D. Illustrated with a Chromo Frontispiece and nearly 400 ENGRAVINGS. Evo, Elegantly bound, $8.80. SOLD ONLY D3Y SUBSCRIPTION. BENZIGER IRO(S., l'ublishcrs, New York, Cincinnati and St. Louia ant5 Im5p T. WIIZWILLIA, J II. KILISWOOD. T. FITZWILLLAM & CO., Lgraph raph -Pdntefe Anm BLANK BOOK MANUFACTUIZEB, 7G Camp street and 27 Bank Place, NEW OnLausA. Letter and Note Heads. Bill Horeads, Cards, Checks, Drafie and Notes, etc , lithographed or Printed to order. AVING PUROHASED THE INTEREST ILL i Mr. a. DUN I will c otinsu the beiness In sonnrction with Mr f -l. KIR WOOD, at the old stand. The style of the firm will remain the erns. Thankngl my friende md oeutomers for the favors eu tended to me daring the pest ghee (ears. I hav the pleasure to aeenre them that heretee thetir orde will reoireo my carefll pereonal attetion. m ed I respetfolly solicit t a continuance olf their rendship mad patrenage. uts' lr5p T. e Zr WILLIAM. ,J UST RECEIVED- r E A Anothesr lot of SUPERIOR California Claret and White Wines. icr sale lwr C. DOYLE,. aotS Imap 41 TUof pltorlae ostreet. RAFFLE. - COT TAGE ON THE LAKE SHORE AD' A Splendid Law Library. TWO PRIZES. The Frame Coletge above mentioned I situated iln the townm of Manderlle, Pariah of l T eammey. It i eraied with brich baement end contains four reoms, heal in the cetre, and gallerie frot and roer eleven feet wade med over forty feet logI also itcheSo, er. ent' rooms. stehableos and neesesary outheuer . It front the Beecah, Is near Steambaet Wharf. etel end Ohuche. The grounds are large bd shaded bly oak, magnolia, orange, tallow ed otbher tre. A e mianrel spring me also a cstern Is en the plaee. The bathing i fine, fal In abundance, med only two hour travel from Nw Orleans. The catalogue of the Law Books aed a shetch of the Cottlag. as also the plan of the four lens of ground, can be se at the ofce of W . P. 3IO wT, Real Estate Agent, No. 8 Commercial Place, me also at the ses C of ST tDNICZKA & SATALECeI, No. 1r Commos street. New Orleans. whm the drawing will take plane en the let day of October. Dna notiue will be given s all intereted through the daly papers ofe the tim end hour ef the dLawlig. Tickoe alo can be obtained at the abov. named ofices. The Cottage Is the fre1 prise med the Law Books tie saoad priee ; therefore, the holder of one Ticket Is entlbod to two chances in the raSe. The price of a Ticket Is only Two Dollars aed Fifty Cents (. 50). Two Thousad Tickets, for sale by tho Sellowing gentlemen1L S. F. A. BATALC . No. ll Common Street. W. P. FBEREE. No. 8sCamercial Place. JOHNSON ARMSTRONG, StaiUser. NBe. N Careadol street. ATWOOD VIOLET. Cotton Feeler. Ne. tEf trovler atrest. THOS. MOODY Corner Canal and isyal streets 0. A. LANAUX. L e. 17 A l ablest. Jyl In a, p qal shiet. 963.... ..... Cmp 8tret........90 S o :o C Bellnds Pdtr Cerd Tamele Q et 191.O 10G ro eatla*: h3 mIa T. J. BROWN, PRACTICAL PAPER HANGER, I63.............oCamp Street............ .0 Between Delord anT P.AT ebrOe, _rAaw s~. Jes a yg Dealer in Wall Pepper, Gold and Velyt floater, Window Shades, Cornices, Buff, Green eand WMWt Hollenda. Picture Cord, Teasels, era. Person, who wilU take the trouble to ride up toemy place, which I only nin.eq from Caletreeg, will aud thaet my prieso ae frdmD to 1.3 peep., lower then thee. of other deaeere. Seampla of Paper seni to the deonary. aee, n mI cation. ub Up f DEIT................ .-...DEUTIUI JAB. B. KYAPP, D. D. 8., 15..».........Beronno Street............. 1S TIRIT-CLASS DZNTXSZrTL AT RNASONASLE BATHS. Joet 7Uye LINCOLN M LoO ULIG J. n. AN REMOVES ALL K1D Ooes, 1 u obin oee. All ooimsualeladen e hould bo addraesed to Moe 109 Meoheatns'aend Tredd.re' Uzoeng.e, endow OS. thud. BTei. Bew Crleaaa. PRACICALPAPR HAGER Coaw ewdeon pemoloatteade to~P. el We are now oeraing our SPRaNG IMPORTATION of the above goods AT REDUCED PRICES. A these goods are peorfeetly freb, the lepM . of purchasers 1. Invitie to the ea... D. H. HOLMES, sebd 77 115p Mac. 15 CLanal eat Is enarbe al. WANTS-FOR RINTh-ITC. 01 F arrad. wtti awO.ttal , .H.. X X EU0t, 300 303 .ad 0mb6ammlm Gehmal. a mmd ! has0I.M·mh Tmi ,mIl Umc mmib mep. m asrs4 waimb u 33 pspits 1N Caral a...msse .rg ST. PATRICK'S HALL TOER RUTL N. B4LL5 , OOn OZE AND 11lau NAIL Zf TED CITT, will be mIm.P by -e gape. .3 rwsmammlm Im. On UO0aM DALLI. L3011 . 7A Ud i P Le os s sA3L I 2 2 QOPIsm gmpimm ml md, as msr Eii wills RA. ArEy SQL I- +ill k 0O L1 J= aJ w1 >w. R aý Ott