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* StiUtr "nd Catholic Wems ger.
3W ILO.&A1a, taPaIm. "UW s, sine.
I=ted to bring about m harmony of noaction
at* unity of feeling, than the loud-mouthed
spseohes of bose on either side who stayed at
home.
Mr. W. W. Coroorea' has sent a letter to
Gov. Nicholls dring him a historical picture
"The Battle New Orleans." The above
mentioned gentleman, who has done so much
much for art in the eetablishment of an Art
Gallery, in Washington, thoghkt it no more
than just that New Orleade should be the
loostion of a picture oommemorating the battle
fought in its vioinity. The picture will
arrive some time next week and will be hung
In the StatqI onse. where all will have an
'opportunito see it.
We are pleased to note the return to the city
of iProfessor H. A. Blake, after a ecocess.
fnl professional tour through the country
parishes. The people were everywhere de
lighted with the performances and the Profes- 4
sor's children, who asecompanied him, were
heartily encored. Prof M. O'Reordan, who I
was also with Prof. Blake, delighted thepeople -
with bit excellent performance on the Tuna-.
bleronifon. Mr. O'Reardon, we undeerstand.
is to leave at an early day for the Paris Expo- i
sition. Prof. Blake is to remain in the oity c
to organize his summer classes, wbioh will re- z
ceive his undivided attention,
Judging.orom the papers, the whole city 0
is organicig for the approaching politi
oal uampaign. Every morning we read
reports of the formation of a dosen or two
new olubs each with a membership of from
100 to 300 men. So the papers say, and they
ought to know, though the initiated seem to
have some kind of a suspicion that the reporters
do not go to see things for themselves, but take h
a good deal on trust. Whether this be soor not, ri
there is no doubt that the "boys" are up and a
adoing, while the "silk stockings" are laying
back as as to be enabled to give one of their
time-honored growls about bad tickets, cor
ruption, etc.
The May Festival for the benefit of the new
St. Joseph's Church, closed last Wednesday. a
From outward indications, such as the rather 1
slim attendanooe on many nights, many were
lead to suppose that the entertainment would 1l
not be a finoanial success. Bat the result, a
rumor says, is in striking contrast with these
gloomy forebodings, and proves once more
the wonderful zeal and generosity of the
"workers" of St. Joseph's congregation. In
one contest alone, that between Fathers Doyle I
and O'Neil, for a handsome and valuable book, is
in which the latter was successful, over $3,000 .
was realized, and we have heard the total
amount netted by the Festival estimated at
about $7,000. d
The Parish Committee of the Demooratio 0
Party last Wednesday night discussed the d
Native American Alliance problem. One e
member offered a resolution instructing Com- e
missioners not to allow any member of the t
Alliance to register or vote. A substitute was
proposed and adopted providing that "only p
such as are known Democrats or Conservatives, r
or who there and then declare their intention
of being Desecratse or Conservatives and who o
intend to set inconcert with the party"shall o
be allowed to register and vote at primaries. P
ion of-the majority of the Committee no one d
could be both a "good" Democrat and a "good" A
Native Alliance man. ti
The Police Board last Tuesday tried the case tl
of Captain Kelly of the police force, oommand
ing Third Precinct. He was charged with N
"conduot unbecoming an cflloer,andInsubordi- hi
nation, in this, that the said Capt. Kelly took tt
legal action against Recorder Miltenberger, in- at
terfering with the said judge without the of
knowledge or consent of the Mayor, Adminis
trator of Police, or Board of Police Commis- a
sioners." In the evidence adduced against him f
was the fact that, while dressed in citizen's %
clothes, he approached a lottery ticket seller in is
the French Market and said 'I do not buy uc
Louisiana Lottery tickets. Have you any C.
Havana tickets 1" .The man showed him a G
Havana tioet which he had concealed, and m
was arrested for having violated the law giv- of
ing a monopoly to the Louisiana Lottery. The
charges against Captain Kelly having been a
proved he was reduced to the ranks. he
PA.nxe or ST. Joar TuH BPISneT. - Two a
-hundred children made their First Commanion PC
SBnday last at the Church of Stt John the BRp
tist, Rev. Father Kenny, Pastor. The Sacra- s
ment of Confirmation, which was to have been w
Iaministered in the evening of the same day, tc
Communicants were boys. The work of pre- i,
paring these devolved on the Rev. Fathers n
Kenny and Footte, as there is yet no Catho- is
li Sohool for males in the paribsh. Bntthe end ou
of this stateof things has now at length a. CI
rived, and St. John's ie henceforth destined to at
be a centre of educational attraction. The
iChristian Brothers having arrived, as previ
ously noticed in the BTAR, are taking estimates oef
for the repair of the buildings and makling oI
other necessary arrangement for a commence I
ment of happy saugury to take place in Sep -
tember next.
The iceayse oalls attentien to the faot that r
a few years ago the City Government ausd to
adopt a budget of expenditores for a year
amounting to $6,000,000, of which sum the Di
partment of Improvement would spend some- x
times as much as $100000. Every year, for is
five or six years the budget has been reduooed, th
till at present it only amounts to atlent
62,400,000 of which esm, about onefourth,
something over ($500,009, goes towards the pay- ,
mentof interest on the bonds and the redemp. ra
tion of the bonds themselves under the prem- ce
imm bond scheme. The Department of Im
provements under Mr. Lewis got about P60,- ,
000, under Major Burke 460,000 and under Mr. dr
YMCaffrey, for the short thie that he had con- sp
rol before the adoption of the ontraot Sys
- lm, aboat g60,000 per annum. Under the
last mentioned system the expenses are pretty
near as much, though there Is no new work
I being done and many laboring men, old reelt
I dents and worthy citisens, who for long yea's
have looked to tbis work as te prinolipal mesas
of sernins a living have been thrown out of
c employnaet. It is to be hoped that with re
s turning prosperity, the more prompt col.
c leotlon of taxes, and the next Administration
I may be enabled to olesa and repair our streets
t in firet lass style and to oommensce the
Spublic works that are of most pressing neces
sity and thus give work to those who need it.
To-day, (Sunday), at one o'clock, there will
be a Saored Concert in the Churob of Our Lady
of the Sacred Heart. It will be under the di.
rection of Mis A. Mauresa, the excellsent or
genist, who ha secured the services of a
number of distinguished amateurs among
whom may be mentioned Misses A. Todd, J.
Hincks, B. Maurean and J. Maloohee, Mrs. do
Lassiohere, and Messrs Bremer, Meteye and
Chalon. The price of admission is 50 cents, the
proceeds to go to the fund for the support of
parochial works. The church is at the corner
of Claiborne and Annette streets, Third Die
$rictt the qars f Qsal enad Oltibora line
paesing up and down in Iront of it. Consider.
ing the poverty of the congregation, which is
composed principally of colored persons, the
sealous pastor, Father Borias, has wrought
onders since he undertook tboebhldingrofthe
o nh some ten years ago. Broken down in
health, he finds himself compelled under Im
perative orders from his physiolan to leave the
country for a few months. Before he goes,
however, he desires to arrange certain pressing
matters of business and leave the parish in
such a condition, financially, as to enable his
excellent young Curate, Father Constarot, to
administer its affirs without difficulty. We
have no doubt that the faithful of other and
richer congregations will, on this occasion, give
a helping hand to the congregstion of this
church, while at the smme time securing for
themselves a couple of hours enjoyment.
THE LoTTERY TICKET QUEsTION.--Bitfly
told, the judicial incidents which last week
soe deeply interested our city population,
amount to about this. The legislature of
1674 enacted a law making it an offense for
any one to sell, within the city of New Orleans,
lottery t!okets other than those of the Louisi
ana State Lottery Company. The power to
punish this offense was vested in the city
Recorders, being limited to $25 fine or five days
imprisonment.
Some days ago Recorder Smith, under this
law, passed sentence on one Agosti with pun
ishment to the full extent of the law. A
HabpaeCerpus being sued out before Judge
Houston of the 4th District Court, Agosti was
leleased. Judge Houston's jurisdiction was
denied on the ground that Agosti was in jail
on a purely criminal charge. The Court
declined passing on the question as to whether
such a fact if true would deprive it of its pow
er to issue the writ, but denied the truth of
the allegation. It decided that the charge
against Agoati was in the nature of a police
proceeding and not of a criminal one. The
reason of this is that the law in qugation,
No 9 of 1874, is limited in operation to the city
of New Orleans and is, therefore, clearly in aid
of the police regulations. Moreover., if the
proceeding were of a criminal nature, then the
na ja o a capacity in
direct contravention of the State Constitution,
Art. 73, which expressly limits judicial func
tions to the Sopreme, District, Parish and
Justices courts. Also Art. 94. Judge Houston
therefore held that his court had jurisdiction.
On the merits, the Court held that the act
No. 9 was clearly unconstitutional, because
before the adoption of the present Constitution
the offence disposed of by it was alreadfpeAl,
and by Act 6 of the Constitution most be passed
on by a jury.
Agosti was therefore released. Immediately
afterwards Recorder Smith recommitted him
for the same or a similar offense, and Judge
Whittaker of the Superior Criminal Court
issued a mandamus to the Criminal Sheriff
not to produce him on the requisition of any
Civil Court. Judge Houston's second Habeas
Corpus was met with a refusal under this
mandamus, which produced a definite collision
of authority "in the name of the State."
What would have been the result is bard to
say, had not the Governor intimated his ad- t
hesion to the posse of the Civil Sheriff There
upon the Criminal Sheriff surrendered and the
posse was not called out.
AN ARITtIMETICAL QUBSTION. - If a
spoonful of yeast will raise fifty cents'
worth of flour, how much yeast will it take
to raise money enough to buy another
barrel with
SOULE8'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE -Attention
Is directed to the esrd of Col. George Boul,. published
on the ifth page of our present issue. His College
is located it the meset convenient spot in town,
corner St. Charles and Lafayette streets, opposite the
City Hall, and is fitted up with all the maost approved
appliances for the thorough development of youth,
both intellectually and phsiaonlly. Mr. Boule has had
many years experience in the education of boys and
devotes all his time to the management of his college,
of which he is justly pronud. Ho is assiusted by a corps
of excellent teachers, each selected for his proficency
in the special branch he is required to teach. As we
propose noticing this splendid college at some length
in a future issue of the STan, we now dismiss the suab
ject, renewing our recommendation to our readers to
read the card in another column
ENCOURAGE eOUTHERN ENTERPRISE -The
particular attention of aol readers is called to the
advertsement of Menars E. H. Adams & Bro, 154
Magasino street, four doors above Bt. Andrew, which
is published on the fifth page of to day's Era nnder
the smhne caption osthat which heads this notice. The t
Messrs Adams have by late arrivals reeioved large
consignment of staple and faney goods making, they
elaim, "their stock the most attractive and reasonable
now in New Orlesns." From Georgia miiis they have -
received cottors, ginghams, cottonades, etc., etc.,
chealer and bettorthan similar Northern prodoets. 2
To the ladies of New Orleans and those a
residing in the country. Mesrs Levy Bros.. the great b
dry goods nn, 55 and re7 Magnsite street, isem a
specials Lo:!ee wh'rch we publishin another column.
GBA VB8 0O 28H UNITED STATZB
80LDIELB
Bestea Pilot.
General Backett, of the U 8.&., has made
a tour of Inspection among soldiers' ceme
teries at the South. He ,learned that the
Chalmette Cemetery, at New Orleans, con
tains the bodies of 12.131 soldiers, of which
6.731 are known, and 5,400 unknown. In
the oemetary at Mobile 841 bodies were
buried, 749 of which are known, and 92 qp.
known. At Baton Rouge 2.943 soldiers
were buriedof whom 2 459are known, and
484 unknown. Tae neoroolls at Port
Hudson is packed fall of the bodies of ne
groes. The number interred there is 8.804.
of which only 596 are marked "known. "
The grounds of Natehes, Miss., contain
8,088 bodies, and of these the Superintend
ent has the names of only 308, the other
2 780 belag recorded among the unknown.
But the greatest collection of dead men's
bones is at Vicksburg, where 16 596 saD
diers were buried, and of whom only 3.893
are known, the word "unknown"being in
scribed on the headstones of 12,708. At
Memphis, of the 13 972 graves, 5,755 con
tain known bodies, and 8,217 unknown.
There are are 5,225 graves at Mound City, Ill.,
and 2 463 of teesn contain soldiers who are
known, while 2,702 are maIked "un
known."
Ordinary NoTes. of MYsgesu and Dratae esl, Aerafter
be ineurried for Afity mels. Obituaries will be cearged
at the rate of a esents a ifue.
MARIEmD:
_ LEBHID--. WILSON--On- May 0, 1 tm; aTltie
Church of St. John the Baptist, by the Rev. Father
Kenny, E. P. Bareehide to Mrs. Ailoo Wall Wilson,
both of this city.
MAY- GREVE-On Ineeday evening, May 51, 5188,
at the Holy Trinity Church, by the Rev. Father Thevis,
Annie E., daughter (f J.. G. rove, Esq., to James B.
May, both of this city.
DIED:
JOHNBTON-Wednesday, May 9, at 9 o'clock a in..
John J. Jobnston, a native of Liverpool. England,
aged fifty-one years.
O'NEIL-On Sunday. May126, 1878, at 7:10 a in., Louis
O'Nell, son of M. P. O'YNeil and Louisa Cegerll, aged
17 months and 10 days.
BURXt-Hanora Agnes, daoughbter .f Nihohlas
Burke and Lisie Hanton, aged nine years.
CA RBO-On Thursday, May 30, 1878I at 9 o'cloc p.
in., Mary Johnston, widow of the late Lorenso Carbo,
Sr.. aged 4e5 ears. a native of Belfast. Ireland, and a
resident of this city for the past 25 years.
COLLINS-May 27th, 1878, at 11 o'clock p. . Mrs.
Sarah Gilmore Collins. aged 52 years. a native of the
arish of Tuam, Corwty. Galway. Ireland, end a real.
,ent of this city for the last 1 years.
DURABLE DENTISTRY.
Dr. J. H MALONEY. orner of Josephins and Camp
Streets, near Magain e Market. respetfully Informs hi
patients and the pnblio in general that he i performing
•11 operations appertaininr to his profession In the most
secentioc manner. Artificial teeth inserted, with or
without extracting the roots, on a new plan. Old sets
of teeth remodeled, and a perfect adaptation seoured.
Toeth extracted without pain by the use of bga or
ohloroform. Charges within the reach of all
JaS O 78 lySp
SUSTAIN HOME INDUSTRY.
LOUISIANA MILLS BROWN COTTON,
the Best and Cheapest made.
KELLER'S TOILET SOAPS,
Equal to any made and oheapwr.
Ladies' Underwear
AND
MOSQUITO BARS
of all hinds. Home Made, and atVYRY LOW PRICES.
Every Dollar spent for Home made Goods helps
to support our own Working People. q
JUST RNECE IV.ED, FROM sT UOTION,
Striped Gray All Linen SUITINGS, at IC a yard,
worth double.
Linen TRIMMINGS, at 5o.
Jones' celebrated eNGLISH CAMBRIC, at o10,
the best Goods made for Night Gowns and
Underwear.
fuperlor 4.4 BLERAHED COTTON, at Eic, better
Heavy All-Linen TABLE DAMASK, at SOo.
4.4 SHIRTLIbG LINEN, st ISo.
Ladles' Extra Fieo COTTON HOSE, at 5 a draln.
Gente' Fine LINEN H&NDKERCHIIFS, Extra
Large, at ISo.
Gents' ALL LINEN SHIRTS, so prior quality, at
$1i 5o, worth double.
JAPANESE FANS at Ia-Just hall-price
J. A. Braselman,
86 and 588.....MAGAZINE STREET.....586 and 588
Corner St. Andrew street.
SPECIAL NOTICE
TO 200
ladiesof the City of Dew Orleans se well as those
tesidlng in the Country.
IMPORTANT MEETING,
adled wi'l plese take notlee that from the Ilt day of
June from 6 o'clcck e. m. ontil 8 o'clock p. inm.
the doors of the spacious store of
LEVY BROTHERS'
will bi open for their teceplion. and one and iall are
cordially invited to attend.
The Goods at present exhlb'ted at ttls famous
EMPORIUM OF FAISHION are indeed worthy of
nspection, and the prloes so low as to give universal
atifaclton.
The Mdansgels of the Establishmenrt hare addtd
hereto a Department fr MATTINt and WINDOW
IADEl$, which Departmoent also offers many altrao
Ions and novelise.
Particular painus have been taken to assure every one
ehl'veits the house of LEVY BSrOTITERS-wbich Is
:no of the may attractions of the Utper City-prompt
ttenUoo.
Orders from the constry will receive prompt atten.
ion, and for all oaders amtunti, g to $20 and over the
reight wilt be prepa!d
LEVY BROTHERS,
85 and 7.... Maganzine Street.... 585 and 587
Ctrner SO. ndreow.
Lo x ion itia wwrTa unnuLxO
SPECIAL NOTICES.
HALL BRANCH NO. 3-HIBERNIAN BENEVO
lent and Mutual Aid Auaoclation-Jane let, 1878-The
regular monthly meeting of this Branch will be held
on TUVZDAY EVENING, Jane 4, 1878, at 7e o'clock.
Members are requested to be punctual.
Fines for nonyttendaoce will be strictly enforced.
By order. PHIL McCABE, President
JNO. McCAFFREY. Recording Seoretary. It
Sr. ALPHO.NSUS' TOTAL ABSTINENCE ASSO
eiatlon.-The regular monthly meeting of this Associa
son will be held THIS (Sunday) EVENINO, at 4
o'clock, In St. Alphonaus Ball, St. Andrew street, be
tween Magazine and Constance streets.
Gentleme; wishing to become members are cordially
invited to attend.
D. H. BUCKILEY, Presideat.
JOHN A. RUSSELL, Secretary. It
ST. JOSEPH'S TOTAL ABSTI ENCE SOCIETY
The postponed monthly meeting of May will take place
THIS EVENING. Sunday. June td, 18'8 Members
are requested to attend, as buasneesof importance will
be transacted.
JOHN McCAIFREY, President.
J. A. PLACE, Secretary. It
GRND .
Complimentary Concert
iTNJMsD
MRS. THERESA CANNON BUCKLEY'
AT
ST. PATRICK'S HALL,
Monday Evening, June 3d, 1878,
OORRESPONDENOE.
Naw Oaaxne,; ay 8th, 1878.
I Mrs TheresaCanoen Buckley
Asa testi fnal of their high appreclation of your
musical talonta and their admiration of the generous
manner in which you have ever responded to all the
I appeals made to eoun I the name of barlty, the under-.
slgned beg leave to tender you a Complimentary Bene.
aS, to be given at such time place a you may
select. In thus addreestg you t eel assured that.
they but give expression to an almost uslvereal setl.
ment of gratitude whioh animates thisn ommualty for
the many Musieal ateotaiunmente freely g by you
during the last flteen years. It is well known that
Sohurehe. asylums and charitable organisatlons
throughout the city have been the benedoanltse of this
itivilty on your part without jeIr asking or ooaept.
lag, ove in a 8 1gle pass romnpratloon 4r your In
valuable services.
Very rspcttoInly,
John Hendereon, Louis A. Witts,
Chas J. Leeds Archibeld Mitchi I,
Wmi C. Black, Wa.'J. Casetll.
. --Wo.--D~e ----- Ier,- . . - !- ,-
Jno. T. A. O'Meallle, Wm. H. Byrnes,
Thos. Layton R. O.deeia,
P. O Fayszde, Thee. F. Bragg,
Geo. W. Cable, H. Renneson,
Alf. Delery. P. Gueosne,
J. C. M. Kavanagh. John ONeil,.
L. A. Fournler, J. Albert.
Alf. Charbonnet, Theeo. Gilmore,
George McCloskey, John McGinty.
Philip Wertein, L Gruoewald,
M. A.L Basin, M. Forrester.
Ed. Dean, A. Melleur.
T. J. O'Sullivan. B. 0. Kreeger,
L. Helohelbeim, A. Castenado,
T. Itnolager, James Prevost.
John Gilmore, E. Oneenon,
Chas. D. Elder. E. LXamaite,
A. Dpaquier. M. D. . M. MoVitle,
J. Plalsoent, J. H. Weindshl, M. D.
Cbahu. W. Witham, B. J. Barrett.
MI. D. Gardner, John Glynn, Jr.
Geo. VW. Young, Thos. G. Rapier.
H. R. Gffney, John Geynor.
naw OGtLUIAE May 9th, 1878.
Gentlemen :
Your very kind letter of yesterday'e date, tendering
me a complimentary benefit, has been received. To
deserve the esteem and good will of those among whom
all the years of my life have been spent, has ever been
my hllghest earthly ambition. The very flattering ex
plesslon of your appreciation of my humble efforts,
however much I might seuspect your judgment to be
influenced in this matter by partiality and kindness of
heart, consttutes a more thanou adequate reward for
whkteosver assistance I may have been enabled to give
in the cause of clarity. If convenient to yourselves
I would indicate St. Patrick's Hall as a desirable place
for the proposed Corcert, and Monday Evening, June
3d as the time. Very respectfully,
THERESA CANNON BUCKLEY.
PROGRAMME.
- Part First.
I. "Come with me"-Chorus .......... Campano
2. "Sing, sweet bird"-Ballad................... Gans
Mrs. Theres Cannon Buckley.
3. "Lee Voyageures"-Comio Duet............Bordee.
Misses M. A. Cannon and R. Fremaux.
4. Walts Eong fr m "Romeo end Juliet".......Gonnod
Mse O. W. Wilham.
5. "Katl]leen Mavourneen"-Ballad............Crouoh
Mies A. Wagner.
Archie Tennyson, aocmpaaed by I sister. Miss
A. tenny son.
7. Solo and Chorns--"Roland a Roncevaur....Mermet
Folo, sung by Miss C. Chauchon.
Intermieton of Ten Minutes.
Part Second.
1. Solo and Chorue-"Iotldmmatos".............Curio
Solo, sung by Miss M. A. Cannon.
2. "Molly Muldoon"-Comlo Recitation, in costome,
by Mine M. Conway.
3 Violin Solo-"Lucia dl Lammermoor"...... Singelee
Miss H. Coilin bIlrst appearance).
4 "Lee Diaanits de Is Couron-e-Duet........Auber
Mrs O. W. Witham and Mrs. Theresa Cannon Buckley.
5. "Grieve not for me"-Blld...a ......... Wrighton
Miss B. Fremaux.
6; "Johnny Sands"-Comlc Song sung by little A-thle
Bennyson.
7 La Pie Volee-Solo ..................... . ....Rsll
Miss C. Chanohon
8. "Unroll Erln's Flag "-Ireland's Grand National
Song--Mrs. Theresa Cannon Buckley and luss A.
Wagner.
9. "Bome, Sweet Home"--inal Chorus .......Bishop
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Concert to begin at 8~b'ock.
TICKETP--FIFTY CENTS. For sole at William
Joyce's. carner St. Andrew and Constance strets ; T. I
yitzwilllam & Co.'s : Elder's, and all music stores I
'The Piano used on this occasion il kindly farolshed
by Mr. I ousa (runewald, Baronne street. myl2 tf
--.~ - ---- --j ------_---- --._
SOULE'8 COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND
Literary Instloute -Day and evening sessions the
entlie yearS e'eotive system; 3t braonhes of study
daily lecturcs; gymneasloum exrclee special care
given to native capacity, dlpotionl. manners, bealth
end morals; non.seotarlis ; students free to college,
literary and oebating society; lull faculty ; ladies re
ceived in the Commercial and belentlfo Departments;
patrolsod by the progressive, discerning and refied
ha actual contilg rooms, batking, shipping and
business c dice, with all the books of account. commer.
lial instruments, papers. O ; lecture and study rooms
are las,-. well ventilated and the moat beautifully i
forntshed in the country; buha all neemary obecth
teaching ned phbloeopblcal eppuentus; special clas.
In partloular sudieso at Irom II to s penr month.
rxO. SOULK E President. c
H B -Revolutlon in nnmbere-it0 TestimolnaJl
"SOULI'S BuRIED OF PHILOSOPHIC AXITH- l
METICSL" This ozinsepressut tbe raret gems of the 4
Science of Rombnra. They teoh that a new truth is
better than an old error, aud tcht fahco and raosn are
better than fallaoloun theories, however amoeient or re
nowned. ltyllgtlo , anel el,. ad axiomatio reason.
irn. inetead of arbitrrer rulee, is need throughout this
series of books. Teaohern upplied at 30 peroent 0ol
count. Address Gee. Soull. President of Sonles'Con. -
merleal and Literary Coli el New Orioean, La.
We are now offrleg our SPRING IMPORTATION
of the absae goods
AT REDUCED PRICES.
As these goods are porfeclly fresh, the lnspecio -
of purchasers is invited to the saue.
D, H. HIIOLE9,
ocane , ySp Toe. 156 Caal sad is Bourbes ses.
, ENCOU AGE SOUTHERN TERPRISE
NAVE Now Pon uALT.
COOTON DIAPERS. MADEt IN GEORGIA. AND PAR
BATHING TOWELS. COTTONADES> UR~tER VALUE TeAN
COTTONS. GINGHAMS ETC. ETU. SIMILAR MORfEURN PRODUQTS.
Aside 6.m the abve,. they have. by late wrtval. the
MOST ATTRACTIVE AND MOST REASONABLE STOCK O0
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
,* NOW IN NEW ORLEANS.
594..-.................... .1..AGAZIliE STREET.......................5.4St
Four doors above 8. "Adrew strwe
5 Palm Fans for 10 cents. 2 Japanese Fans for 5 cents.
135............................... CANAL STREET........ ...................... 13,5
THE LEADIKO PIANO AND MUBSI DEALER OP THE SOUTH,
ORf* the Beat Tened. Mos Perfect and Most Deablei
PIANOS AND. ORGANS
Made either in this eenntry or I salope, at 1he le pri.s sad m the meet aehoidacag t"rs aver
ofeoed.
His Stock consists of the unrivaled, world repowned CHICKFRING, the celebrated
and elegant MAT.HUSHEK, and the fine-toned and low-priced
HARDMAN PLANOS.
Estey, Mason & Hamlln and New England Organs.
Second Hand Pianos from $40 op. New Pianos from $200 up. All fully WaIranted.
This house has always been renowned for Its low prloe, and fair dealing, and wil, continue to supply the
world with good and reliabie Instrumenta on te most reasonabl terms.
TUNING AND RLPAIRING A SPECIALTY. myth lyp
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JOiN Me NDonEod, Pr idoe.
JOHN H. HANNA, Vice Preeldent.
HOS. F. BRAGG. Secretary.
arnings .... ............ 210,07
Yomes Paid............................ 98,088
Not Profits ............................ 4,18
Ants ............................... 2,898
At Ban eletio hreld on Monday, the n bth p st.. the
following named gentlemen were chosen Directors of
thisCmapany to ervo fo the ensunge year,
John heonds sora Jobe H. aenn,
Thombae King. Thomas Smith,
'hos. Gilmore. W. J. CMtoil,
John T. Gibbons, William Hart,
minlte Gauche. b vplid Jaheon
. J. Gaequet. . . L. (svey,
George erCioskei.
And at a meeting of the Board, held May 13th.
JOHNb END]E SON was aleoted President. JOHN
H. HANNA, Vie-President. ad TBO. F. BBAGG,
crtau ry.
The Board declared out of the ne profts of the
Oemtay for theO pst twelve months ten (10) per fet
interest .on te paid up eapital and feve (5) per ent
dividend on premiums ptaid by stockholders, (making.
with the rebatel, s per coaw on prmiume). Said
interest and dividend to be placed to the credit of the
Itoret and dividends on tall paid sock payable in
eash at the ofoce of theompany. and fter uass late.
THOM. s. BrAGG, Secretary.
NewOrlweans Jno I. Ilal Jai T1 Iv
TUE FAVORITE "DRY" WINE
0r
Great Britain, Russia and Germany :
DRY EXTRA QUALITY.
FRANK RODER,
CHAOMPAGNE,
The Most Delicious " Dry" Wine
e 1"] TEE t RKaET.
FOR BSALE EVERYW1HERE
aiD n s
R&RESBIDE & MaES.
FRANK RODER,
mbl73m.%p CLARK & MEADEI.
-OEY, MACON &b O'CONNOR,
AUOTIONLEtS,
Omie, No. 11 (,roldelet Btreet,
Between Canal and CComon,
0ol 6mp Raonoln of Wous.
FIRST COMMUNION I
Parents will do well to
REMEMBER
the etore of
a.. ... EBo33a .,ee9
DALtSR IN
School Books, Sheet Music & Stationery
No. 359 I]ryades 8treet,
where they will find every article ceraeery for porrotn6
about to make their Flrst Communion, ano a s
Prayer Books, Beads, Soapulars, Medals.
FIRST COMMUNION OUTFITS, EATIHS. &o.
Wreathe a specialty-all home-made.
Plain and Ornamental Wax Candle made to order.
myl7 5p tf
COMMUNION! COMMUNION!
PH. ANTONI,
Corner J.oephine and Constance Streete.
Has just received a large e:ock of
Pure Wax Candles for First Communion,
WREATHS. VEILS, SAsH RIBBONS,
Books, Beads, White Gloves, Fans,
and all artlefee aecessary for First Communion.
S ue mgoo be.ore purchasing else
where.
Ploturem framed to order. mhb31 p ly
FIRST COMMUNION !
FIRST COMMUNION I
Parnnts. Guardians and Children are Invited t calle .
and examine my stock of
PRAYER BOOKS.
BEADS,
BCAPULARS.
MEDALII. rTC.
suitable for children making their Ilrst Commueonm.
My prices, I am.etistied. are as low as anywhere nla
the oily, at
Kirkpatrick's
FOURTH DISTRICT SCHOOL BOOK DEPOT.
610u.............. Ma tineatreeo....... .,-...1.. ".
an5 77 ly~p Near Joeephiee.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Orelce SBTAT Tax (OLtE. TOm. Flar D'Tatltrt,
47 Caroodelet aete
New Olleans, April I , 178.
A discount of three jer cent will be a'lowed for
taxne on Real Estate and l'eranal Property paid
during the month of April.
E A. BUSKI
ipSO Imsp_ Tax Co'lL.ctor, Firt bletriat
T. J. BROWN,
PRACTICAL PAPER HANGER,
2643............. Camp Street.......... 263
Between Deload and P. eyfarre.
NEW OLIawS.
Dealer In Wall Papper. Gold and Velvet Border,
Window Bhades, Cornices, fur, Green and White
Hollande, Picture Cord, Tassel, etc.
Persone who will take the trouble to ride up to l
place, whieh in only nine squares fom Canal asuret,
will find that my priee are from MS to 15 per cati
lower thea those of other dealers.
Samples of Paper enst to the country, free. on app I
cation. mh3 Sp tr
J., .a/  s AWD
REMOVES ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGE
Omo*, 119 Robtx setveM,
All ommulatlionU hoeld be addreseed to ust 1o9
Meohanimo' and Tradere' Bxchaage, under ft. Uharia
Hotel. New C(eeana.
Cosarp erdoxe mmst dpatsemde to. a,? 41l
_ WANTS-FOR RENTS-ETC.
Balackaml· Sa.p* satable fjr Dmj Yard. weuar
Bla;kcmtth Shop, Warshour ad arloa. "h.r per
poe. Apply to W. X. ViEELzW.
STt2f --I I als tre. eora.r Borgaody,
ST. PATRIOK'S BALL FOR RENT
FOB BALLS, CONCbZTS 4ND 4AIR8.
St. Patrioks. Hall, the LAMsT AND JrUrI
_LL IN THL CITY, wil be t ted, by the angh
or ager, om reaonable ter$s, for OONCZRTI ,
BALLS, LYCTUIIRS. rAIRS aad KIEXITION.
orw CHARITABLE iETERTAIMNZNTS, wishes
Jletla.tlio of eroed, the Hall will be raated a HAL
Apply at
HBIURNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
eOA TS tfu o. .lOsup etres.

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