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ernine Star and Catholic Messenger.
sawfl a AMS, KUnIBA , MABO If. 1.1,
ough the Halls of Congress are now
dserted. the Hoese of beprlsatatives havig
ed. Sstaab'e eheap newstdnd at Gelethwaite'a
k str. Exchasng Alley, near Canal street, is s
ansattiatlen as over, ter thes ame eean and
ghe oeuld wish for La the literary lne.
_ -ase V Mwr de. ned Dmes -, A sa w
be eenesed jr AI emae. OUuSdisres Je darged
a ede reIe of smomeas aies.
DIED :
VY-On Thursday, March 1, 1a7, at 11:50 P. i,
Marl, wife of W illiam J. Creevy, aged forty five
a native of Galway. Ireland. and a reildest ef
oa, Miss, and of this city for the pest twentysix
LY-On Wednesday, March 7, 1577. at I o'clock
Balph Kelly, aged fifty years, a native of Team,
-ty Galway, Irland, and a resident of New Orleans
past twenty-eight years.
LON--On Moeday, March , 1827, at Si o'eloek
* James Conlon, Aged hfty-three years and seven
the, a native of County Sligo, Ireland, and a real
of t1ie city for twenty.nine years.
MAN-On Saturday, March 3, at r. P.., Mrs.
*Newman, born Ann Kennedy, aged forty.three
a native of Limerick, Ireland.
ANAGAN-On Wednesday, March 7, 1877, at S15
Annu, daughter of John T. Moore, and beloved
T. A. Flanagan.
IN MEMORIA.
At 541 o'clock Monday mornins March 5th,
of oongeation of the brain, KATIE younger
tsr of Catbarint V Daly and Philip J. Relly.
I months and 5 days.
oourn not, dear friend, in anguish wild,
That God oath claimed thy oberub child ;
Mourn not for her who, early blest,
Eath found to heaven eternal rest
Kind Heaven bestowed the treasure rare,
Thy love to win, thy home to share ;
And then recalled it to the skies,
That there thy heart should also r!se.
See'st then her form by night, In dreams 1
By day, whsen nllght brightly beame I
Or when the twilight's liagering rif
8oethes to repose at close of day I
She comes. pe hbpe, in angel guipe,
To dry the tears that dim thine eyes;
Her holy mission now may be
To watch and guard thee constantly.
Let holy thoughts thy soul sus5oin.
And thou wilt learn to smile again,
Meekly thy treasure to resign
To Heavenly care and love divine I
fsemeth It vain to speak of pesoe,
Or bid a mother's anguish cease t
When death hath robbed her of her own,
And the torn heart feels sad and lone I
Like celling to the winds, In vain,
Their mournful musio to restrain p
Or bidding ocean's wondrous roar
To Join in natures' song no mere l
But He who bade the tempests cease. C
And to the wild waves whispered " Peace I" C
Can still the tempest of the seoul
And make Its waters calmly roll.
May time, with " healleng on its wing,"
Subdue and soothe eafictions sing 5
Kind Heaven thy heart from grief restore,
And give thee hope and peace once more.
A Fnaln.
DENTISTRY.
N, MALOSIRY. corner of Josephine and Camp
near Magasine Market. reepsotfuily mforms his N
is and the publie In general that he is performing
ono appertaltuing tohis profession In the mos
hio manner. Artifiocial teeth inserted, with or
t exisnting the roots, on a new plan. Old ets T
remodeled, and a perfect adaptation secured.
extracted without pain by the use of gs or
form. Charges within the reach of all
Jal4 I7 lSp
POBTANT TO LADIEB c!
NEW 00008! ELEQANT QOODS !
AND ed
OHEAP 0OOO- !
LEVY BROTHERS', he
--..........agazine treet....-........580 vi
fr
e followig ise a list of Goods lust received at the
tp puiar store of the Fourth District Ladlee will
wellto $all on Levy Bromtber end examine their bh
s tock of Dry to d, which will he disposed of as hi
tofore at the very lowest prices
Black Grenadiee, Plain. Strtnped and Checked ; Grey
en BaLptist, in all ehed ; Printed Linen Lawns wi
Ponuts SiUk the most desirable good for Spring at
Summer Silks at 1Io worth i1 S3.
A vmry large assortment of all seor of Wlrhito Goeds *5
h as Bishop' and Victoria Lawn. Pien; 'trped and er
bdst Nainsook. Pique, Jeornet, Cambrio. Swiss
4 Mull Mall Embrldnry. in new patterns and very o
rap. Mat ing ud Winoow tihdhes Kid Gloves, in in
e aud ises.
Do noet fail to all on -
It LEVY BROTlRSl , t58 Mgan uine street. in
TTENYION HIBERNIAN ASSOCIATIONS. pl
FOR PARADE GLOVES vi.
AND NEW NECKWEAR
It on or after March 15th, and see the NEW BTOCK e
to be recesolved that day,
to]
Specially for the Occasion. ge
B. T. WALSHE, rel
mhllI It No. 110 Canal street, near St. Charles.
SPECIAL INOTICES.
A. O. H.- DIVISION NO. I.-The offluers and
embers are hereby notified that a special meeting
ill be held at our hall, THURSDAY -VEIN1NG'
reh 15. at 7.3) P. M. Punotual attendance ordered
business of lpoztanoe will be tranasoted.
W. J. KELLY, President.
D. TANEY. Secretary. It
THR BISTERS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD
ye oonstantly on hand RIEADY-MADE CLOTHING
SBSALE. Plain and Embroidered Under-Linen for
ls Flne and Coarse Shirte ; Plain ones and Over
for Laboring Men and Meohanics All eubetan
y made and at low prices. no7 75 ly
W ORLEANS CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI
SASSOCIATION.-The regular monthly meet.
of this Association will be held THIS (Sunday)
LTNING, at e:30 p'clock, in the Morning Star Hall,
p Poydras street, corner Camp.
Gentlemen wishing to join are invited to attend.
THOS. G. RAPIER, President.
D. H. BUCKLEY. Secretary. It
ST. THERESA'S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI
BENCE SOCIETY.-The regular monthly meeting of
les Selety will be held TBIS (Sonday) EVENING,
B-reh 11th, at 7 o'clock. In St. Theresa's Ball, Erato
-et, between Magaline and Camp.
Gentlemea wishing tojoin are invited teattend.
3. 3. GIFINET, Preaident.
J. . Ouujx, Seeretary. It
r CHOICE SPRING GOODS
Reasonable Rates.
. E. H. ADAMS & BRO.,
S e........... agauine Street...........5
WILL OPEE TRIS W EEn s
New leek Grenadines.
Noew Black Silks.
New Black TamisLe.
New Black Delalae.
New Piques.
New WhIte Goods.
S! Now Houeekeeplage.
New Meeosquito are. s
]s of New Irish Lineas.
y ix New Linen Lawns.
New Peroales and Prints.
lok Noew Coreote and Tittere.
aen, Now Hosoery and Gloves.
nNew Raoebigs and Collars.
New inobes, Bows, Ties. ete.
leek New Bilk, Linen and Unlon.Handkerhliefe.
ean New Lace and Pique B,ke, ito.
est- All the above ILported anoes the low rate of gold
prevailed, are oenesquently fresh, and can be and will
re. be old
EXTREMELY CHBAP.
Good PRINT4 at co. nmhl It
STAINED GLASS.
red
PRIZES
Obtained in London and Philadelphia.
M ART IN STAINED GLASS.
That A mericane need no longer Import Stained Glase
has been proved in the competition of all nations at the
Centennial rxhlbition, by the award of the Medal and
Diplema having been made to FITZPATRICK & CO.
for the MOST ARTISTIC and BEST CEBBOR
WINDOWS in the various styles of this beautiful art.
THU PRIZE WINDOWS NOW FOR BALE.
Subjects " The Holy Family," '"The Adoration of the
Shepherds," " Our Lord In the Temple." etc.
- References -
St. Alphoneua', Philade!phia, Pa.; Boston Cathedral;
IS. Patrick's Cathedral. Newark. N. J.; St. Mary'e,
New Haven, Conn I b Patr;ck'e, Valley Falls, E. I
Si. Mary's of the Sea, NewrLondon, Conon.
Designe, prioes, eta, ent on application to
A. FITZPATRICK & CO.,
Box 6.,
SIhll tt Stpileton. Staten Islad. New York.
NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS.
JUST OPENINQ.
A ohoile selection in all the
NEW FABRICS.
PLAIN AND )TRIPED SUITINGS, at.......... 10o.
GRAY LINEN BUITINGS, t ....................150.
UNION LINEN LAWNS, at......................10o
OHOICE SPRING PERCALES at............ It.....o.
CHOICE SPRING CALICOES, at................. 7o.
And a line of high lastre
BLACK ALPAOAS
at much le.ythan regular prices.
J. A. BRA8ELMAN,
586 and 588.....MAGAZINE STREET.....586 and 588
mb l it Corner Lit. Andrew sweet,
THE LOUISIANA CONGRESSIONAL DEL
EGATION
NEW ORLEANS PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Tr WaesIiIoToa, D C., Feb. r7, 1677.
To E. B Whec'oek, President, and to the Directory
of the New Orleans Paolio Ballway Company, New
Oraans 
Gentlema--The Forty-Fourth Congress is about to
close, and there is no prospect of the passage of the bill
granting governmental aid to the constructien of the
Texas Peolle Railway sad its branohee. The disturb
ed condition of polit.oal affaire, growing out of the
preeidential qneetlon, has prevented the action whlkh.
we think, under o her cireumtanoese, would have been
had, and we mustlook to the next Congrees for the fa
O vorable consideration to which we were fairly entitled
from the present.
"Wo believe that the bill requiring the Indoreement
r by the United States of the bonds of the company and
a branches will pass the Forth Faith Congreses f earnest
sand concerted et.rte are made and kept up by thone
who are vitally interested In its suoeeee. The nation
I ality of the enterprise, the deprereed condition of our
seotios, the stinted manner in whloh the Federal Gov
d ernment hab extended aid and bounty to the South,
e eombine to strengthen our claime in this matter, and It
n is only necessary that our people sheuld be naited. W
continue their own exertions, and go on with the work
in whioh they are engaged to the extent of their meane,
and ultimate success at no distant day will be asnom.
I" phithed. The establishment of yeour read as the New
Orleans branch may be regarded a a xed faoot, pro
vided there ie no abandonment or euspension of the
work going en. Started and carried on thus far by the inl
people of our Ptate. afording the meeost direct line for
connection of New Orleans with the main trunk, your
corporation represents the substantial, business in- go
terests of Louisiana. and there is, to our mind, no dan- Ml
ger of the substitution of any other.
We beg, however, to suggest that there should be no
relaxation of effort on the part of our friends. The Ms
press of the State, and especially of New Orless e, can,
and we are sure wl:l, do all in their power toward en
lightening the public mind and urglng the inportance
of the measure.
One of the ttonacest arguments which we have made
in favor of the selection of your road is the subeoription lin
rmade by or citizenes, aLd the doetrmined manier to
which, under tiancial feprenanon, they have of them
ealves carited on thelir grat work We trust there will
be no uonpt nsion of the eoterprise, which woild doubt
leee be nerd eas indicative of apathy, and give rival
eorporatlons the olpoitunity of misrepresenting the
true wihes and earnestness of the commonily.- If the
Supreme Court decides in favor of tbe valiiLty of the
aot authorizing the levy of the tox In New Orleans a
fresh impetus will bh given, nod your position befire i
Congress materially strenrsthened, and the pretensions
of the Backbone concern completele es!nced.
The fac:orf avtive support and sealou efforts by those
deeply interetred in the enoooee of the measure will J
gain for ue strength and aid throughout th hole
country, and bring to oar support friends fronmother
eentione.
Railroad connection, aepecially with the great Boath
ern traneacontinoental route, will restore the fallen for
tannoef our State and her great oity, balld up all their
proctrate and declining interesta, and every reeuonable H
sacrifloe sheuld be made to acomplish these great
ende.
Very epectaly WILLTAM M. LEVY,
R. L GIBSON,.
B. JORN ELLIS,t
O. B. DARRALL,
it CHARLES ]. NASH.
DR. CHARLES E. KELLS t
DR. M. VIET, Le
DENTIBTS,
S..... .......D·oa pbiue Street...1......
Flint door from Canal.
31T0i1oU OXIDI GAS. shld e lysp l
ST. PATRICK<'S DAY, 181.
JOINT CELEBRATION
Hibernian Benevolent
Mutual Aid Associtibn
of Louisiana
Old
will
ANCIENT ORDER
ia. OF HIBERNIANS
he
o Anniversary of Ireland's Patron Saint, ]
Hl
And for that purpoe they will
he
ASSEMBLE ON CANAL STREET
@;
5o,
81
Sunday, March 18, 1877, at 11 A. M.
THE PROOESSION
Will form by Divisions, in the fol!owing order: T
FIBBT DIVISION.
. Anolient Order of Hibernians.
RQB'T C. DAVEY, Marshal.
JOHN H MoCANN, P. M. GABBY,
P. MURPHY. JOHN THOMPSON,
ED. KENNEDY, J. . HODGINS,
J. J. LYNCH. C
SECOND DIVISION.
Hibernian Benevolent and Mutual Aid
b Association. A
: JOHN T. GIBBONS, Marshal.
b
JAMES DWYER, WM. GORMAN.
THOB. GILMORE, ANDREW LEO,
d P. J. O'MEALLIE, MICHAEL J. HART,
JOHN MONAGHAN.
it
MANNER OF FORMINC.
FTIBT DIVISION
. Will form on the north side of Canal street, hod rest- Ty
t ag on Chartres. extending west.
SECOND DIVISION
Will form on the anbh side of Canal street, head ret
Stg on Camp, extending west.
r As the dfferent Branebes and Divisions arrive on the
ground they will, through their Marshals, report to the
Marshal of the Divison, and the latter will as soon as
hib Divilson is formed. report the same to the Grand
Marshal, at the Junction of Canal and Camp streets.
are
The Prooession being tLus formed, will take up the tho
line of march at It r. In the following order: ;
HUGH FLYNN, Grand Marshal.
GEO. McCLOSKY., HON. W. J. KELLY,
T. J. B. FLYNN, PATRICK KANE, ,
J. N. HEALY, JOBEPH FEENEY,
H. F. BRENNAN, HUGH McMANUS, set
M. K. O'NEIL, M. J. LARKIN,
P. HANNIGAN, H. J. PRICE,
JAMES SWREENEY, MICHAEL J. BARRET.
TM
"IRISH RIFLES.
ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBIERNIANSB.
MITCHEL RIFLES. Du
HIBERNIAN BENEVOLENT AND MUTUAL AID F
ASSOCIATION.
PrPl i
Elu
ROUTE. Fas
Ups Cap to Prytrnlart , rtto Maiase. to JUa At
t e t. Charles to Coeal. to Chartr., to ELsplasde, to fer
Lsee, to Mandvtlle, to Noyl, to CaalJ, whare the
Proaeosto will be dismiased.
A. P. HARRINGTON;
DEALER IN
CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES, ETC.
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1ýTo. AAlS Caia al tý.`ýý1, nhiH E.
c~3 ~11··R··sll~·lisll~smhn1IP I
8T. MICHAEL'S FAIR.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
St. Michael's New School
Commencing Easter Monday,
APRIL , 1817.
The followlng are the Tables:
SCHOOL AND SANCTUARY TABLE-Miss I. M.
Warner.
ST. JOSEPH'S TABLE-Miss K Murphy and Mis
A. IO nls.
ST. MICHAELR'S TAII.R--Mrs. M. Lally.
ST. ALPBONSUS' TABLE-Mrs. T. Waleh and Mrs.
A. F. SYLVESTRE.
MORNING STAR TABLE-Mrs J. Wilcox.
'T. PATRICK'S TABLE-Well-known Ladies from
St. Patrick's Parish.
The chief Contests and Contestants will be announced
mll td ino due time.
HE EUROPEAN HOTEL,
Nos. 4. 5 and 6 Bolton Street,
DUBLIN, IREL klD.
Visitors to Dublin wiltl nd at the " European" drst
clIm acoommodatione with moderate oharges and so
idnoae attention.
Lae and elegantl appointed Ladli' Coffee Room.
Grand ea neos eall for Pulbli Diner, Wodditge.
Breakfasts, Balls. anpere, etc.. etc.
Restaurant, SBilliards.
Beds, 9s. 6d: Ys.. and Is. 4d.
J. MOLONY,
mhll Cm Proprietor.
AFTER THE MISSION!
Just rcoeived from London. a large supply of
Id Catholic Belief,
BY VERY REV. J. FAA DI BRUNO, D. D.,
A neat, cloth bound book of 320 pages, at only 35 cent..
Al•., another invoioe of the
RIGHT REV. BISHOP GIBBONS'
FAITH OF OUR FATHERS,
Paper covered edition, at the low price of 50 *ente.
These are Jut the books for converts, and for all
others who w!ah to learn all about the inside workings
of the Catholio Church.
CHA8. D. ELDER,
CAThOLIC DOALR,
St. Patrick's HBall 18 Camp street, N. O.
oh4 iSo
IMPORTANT! !!
t- TO THE SOLID MEN, THE BUSINESB
MEN, THE YOUvG MEN, AND
THE BOYS AND YOUTHS
OF THIS CITY.
COGAN & SONS'
: Custom-Made Clothing
d 18 JUSTLY CELEBRATED
For Its Style, Durability and Cheapness.
Ac we keep no Eastern.made Clothing. our Goods
are euatlrel. OUR OWN MAKE-Out and muale In the
hones by tirst claee Tailors. in atyleM sptcially to oilt
this city.
From the N'WEST PATTERNS in SEAONAR r.E
CLiOTHSl, DIAONAINi. Di)Ri-KIS andCAiOtil
MERlrl, we are constantly making up
NEVW STYLES
IN CUSTOM-MADE ('LOTHING. FOR MENS.
YOUTHb' AND BOYb' WEAR.
A otrint rote of the blooe I to always. give a
FIST-Ci.ASS FIT. nd UUR Pt IUERl will bh fosud
t be a nreat. deal les teaen is usUally paid for Interior
Northerr-made 0ood0.
'1 he buyers and wearer, of Clothing can sult them.
selyvs better ano pay les money at
COGAN'S CLOTHING HOUSE,
19...............Canal Street..... -.-. 19
THAN AT ANY OHRER PLACE IN THIS OITY.
--A FEW OF OUR PRICES -
Durable BUSINESS SUITS, from.... ... SO to Sceoe
NeatCAt-StMNgk SUITE from......... 90 to t14
Frencoh FrLANNELL SUITS. from.:...... 10 Oto 15i1
Elegat DIAGONAL SUITS, from...... i00to 10is
Deme BLAUK SUITS, from..............i5 s0 to t0
SquareCut SCACK COATS. frum.......... 00 to oi
Prinoe Aibern FROCK COATS. from.... 8 e0to 1400
SBtpls CASIMERE PANTS, from .... 3 75 to 4r50
Engliab WOeROTFD PANTLS, from ...... 359 to 5 0
Black DOESKIN PANTS, from.......... 450 to S
Evorlanting JEA N PARTS, from.... 10to 375
Fashloabla DLRESS VIST, fm....... I e to 3 5.
SBy' 4 Hst)OL and DRBS4 bUITSt, tro. am4 4e to
Also a ep-o°al line of Imrted CLOTHS. CASItI
ERKIES. DIAhJNALSand LAK DRESS CLOTHS -
fer t.a. who wish to havo their Clothing mdo ma 1
order an equally low prices.
COGAN'S CLOTHING HOUSE,
is4 caw u ]wee.t w
4etiw. le. .o moum eau d lb- ller.
Osan 541ll I e'olok p. m. a a - n ka yn a
GREEN OR BLACK TEA,
worth 40o., we seall at 350.
GREEN OR BLACK TEA,
worth S0 , we sell at 400.
GREEN OR BLACK TEA,
worth 60e, we sell at H0o.
GREEN OR BLACK TEA,
worth 70o, we sell at 600.
GREEN OR BLACK TEA,
IM worth #I, we sell at 730
GREEN OR BLACK TEA,
worth St 40, we sell at S1.
rs.
TRY OUR 8l OOLONG !
TRY OUR $1 IMPERIAL !
TRY OUR I1 GUNPOWDER!
TRY OUR SI ENGLISH BREAKFAST I
sOMETHINO
Never Before Offered in the South
$1 25 Grade
In
na. OOLONG. IMPERIAL, GUNPOWDER, YOUNG
' YSON AND ENGLISH BREAKFAST.
Sa
This Company Carries the Largest Stock
of Teas in the South.
WE HAVE THE FIN BT 8SLECTION
W O w
0r
- Or-AL IMPZRIALS, OGNPOWD'ZRS YroUN
RrYOB, UNITOOORJD JAPAK1 . OOLONGB.
•N3GLIiSK NREAPArr AND PKR&gO
We bave Choice Terms from tbe aset Indies.
WE GUARANTEE OUR TEAS
TO BE PERFECTLY PURE.
7hls Coumpay deals in all grades of
GREEN RIGO, Soo. ; PARCHED OR GROUND, 5.
AU Sner grade. equally cheap.
This Company Ca sowr on hand some very Sthoce
VERY SCAECE.
4 Our Goods are Sold at New York P*,es.
of Teas in the South.
CHARLES SIMON & SONS,
03 CN. Howard 8treet, Baltimore, Md.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
O FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
Woulde be Choice Tll roll the tteio of to
WE GUARANTEE OUR TEAS
od th!b e lo to their exteno craoe o f e
'erEd UE12e.; PARB H ULOTH. DBOUAP D ETo,
ThBROAD CaT (bt notton warp d mverall woolc
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA,
nen d Our otto are SaiN. st etI York PLoOes,
CAII LANKT, TlWELS TiIWEIRISO.
C1ARLES SIMON L SONS,
3 N. Ho, rd Reoet, Braltimore, Md.
Would respctfull call the at enton of Institutions
nd t well o to thetr tent arl ety of
D''lES EROODS. IMROID . DRI DET
BROLACK COR (bET tton rp cd ET ml)
LOA AJDIES EANKEYS T)DL UNDERWIAR.
' LINES et.,etc
Also to their
ORESOMAKINO DEPARTMENT.
CLOAKS, DRESSES. et., ma' to order promptly.
in n esperior masser..a ne n tbe laesst style at moder
ate ratse. Orde iollolted. Rule. for self.meas re
w went. and eamples of materlals, wIth estimateO of cs, -
Ae our Goode are pureboed for caeh. from the beet
0orce. we can ofer tbomee the mo.t favorable terms.
All order., amoe..tig to Nu or over, will be uset free
of freight chaLrges b) Exprees, bet Itartle whoe orders
are not seomaaled by the meney, mud having their
goods sent U. O. D., must pay for the return of money.
HOET & O'CONNOR,
AUOTIONIERS. I
Olcee, No. 9 Commerlcal Plae,
Wll atemd telesal edel os. ezeltsp Steeks,
e aet, a", mide at
BENZIGER BROTHERS,
NEW YORK:
* 311.............. BtEadway...............a
CINCINNATIs le Mai sItree
ST. LOUI8: 14 Noerth itch Biset
'AND
IRISH AND AMERICAN FLAGS,
BADGES, SCARFS aEC.
"
.
VBRTTRINtG INT TB EIGAID'LIMJ
PLNAB 8BEND FOR PRIOB 1JaW.
*" Eatimates made and samples sent on applleallee
Orders promptly attoaded to. se lyip.
ECONOMY AND FASIIION COMBINED.
The lateat atJlee and moat deirable ltectres tm
FALL DR oOOD)S can be fond at
B. & W. CRONER,
147.............O l treet....... ......147 -
New stoob Jnoetarnldvl. nmpriNtot beanttfl Sfl.N
CbohCo H1]Rlt OOD4. rine ]NOGL3WL iU
6renoh OOlRETH.F While Gnode. DLomestlaeet. e
Also, a oompleteo ad osrelolly aeloted i1Dk olB a
eels TbrºPlJy and Inglrai CARPWX OLeek. Plain
ead Fanuoy MATTING. tUGl. llAl)KAs, UOIIIOur
etc. Our long experienoe i pestla line ernables u
to guarantee atlefeol ion to ll w hu favor ns wi a eall
In every department we have marked uear eod
remarkably low prloes. forol attention to grdene
from the oountry. B t w. (lh)tJN.
deal smip No. 141 Canal treet.
NEW AND 8ECOND-II&ND
SCHOOL BOOKS
n BOUOItT, oOLD AND reBHANGlBD
AT
369 Dryades Street.
I Purente will do well o cane their OLD 8h. l Bole'
fur NJW oeurs.
They will e'e dad rTATIONit. SLATUS. PN..
OILr BOOK-rtTtIG P, and all hands of UmoHOi
BOVKH. All vaery heap 4ed"ljU
T. J. J"BRIOWN,
Practical Paper Hanger,
263....... - CamIIp Btreet........ -...8
Between Delord and Poeyfarri.
sxw oarutsr.
A large eeoetmeon of Wall Psper. Gold and Valve
Borders, Wilndow hbodes, Cornloe, BOd , Green and
White Hollanda. Plcture Cord, Tassela, eo.. always em
band. 8amnneoBnuohk It if rqoIred. anlST74 1Iy
SEASON OF LEN C.
Prayer Books and Devotional Articles.
LENTEN MONITOR.
WAY OF THE CRO88,
And other Books sultable for the Seaso eof Lent,
KIRKPATRICK'S
Fourth District School Book Depot,
610......... M:a,s zm,,rt.rit .i.. .... ;10
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PICTURR FRA NINO 1O2HZ TO ORDER.
Order for PIpINTINO or I 0li UIDDINt danlolted.
A. P. lARRIiGTON,
BOOKSELLER,
STATIOXNEJ AND N.E IVSDELBR,
PrlntIlng nd Rindilng prom ply ~ronodathe lee
rate obeorlptloos Lekes lor mamellee ead omn
paper. pable in adra~eO
Raving bought the eterast of Mr. JAM~ A.
GBtSHAM In teo elors NO. lile Comel aime. I reel .
Ste lyIp a. P NAURR1INTO. .
WANTS-FOR RENTS-ETC.
pJANO TUNING, 630 MAGAZINB, GOOD
work. Prje S1 SO D LcI.CH, Pbuty Pla .
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