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WW O.ULNAl, URmDAT. EBBUART 9 1819.
LOCAL XOTBB. °
Mr. Albert Zerega was waylaid on Maga
sle near Fonober street, robbed of his watoh g
..end severely beaten on the head. r
The ladies who are to asst l t t . Michael's 1
5apry are requested to meet at the parochial 2
ggsMeidene,. at 10 o'olook next Monday morning, a
· ce the purpose of completing arrangements. J
The Secretary of the Sohool Board author
sase the statement that to-day, Saturday, Feb
reary 1st, the-teshers will be paid their Sep
tember salarles, and that next Saturday, Feb.
nary 8~h, they will get their salaries for Jan
The les two Sunday evenings, I6thand 6th p
eo Jsnuary, St. George's Aseooiation gave ex
e·lIent performanoes in Gretna, for the benefit a
of the Churoh in that village. On both ooo- p
sdene numerous audiences were present, and A
all were highly delighted. a
During the week ending Sunday last, Jana-.
my 25th, there were, in this city, 128 deaths, 1
139 births and 34 marriages. Of the deceased
71 were males and 67 females; 61 were natives
of Louisiana, 19 of otherStates and 48 foreig- C
nes. 94 died of consumption, 18 of pneumonia e
sad 19 of bronchitls.
OMoial fgures show that the exports from
this port, during November, amonnted to
1,T77,0S2, of which Russia is oredited with
$,080.244; England ranking second with
$1,694,903 and Franoe third, having received
$910,179. For December the exports were
$7,468,400, of which $3.148.000 went to oug
land and $1,911,000 to France.
The Council of the Protestant Episcopal
Church laest Thursday elected Bishop J. H.
Wingfleld, of California, to suoeeed Bishop
Wilmer, deceased, as Bishop of the Diooese of
Louisians. Dr. Wingfield was made to work
on the chain-gang, in Norfolk, Va., for two
months during the war, because he would not
obey an order of Gen. Butler's.
Mr. P. P. Carroll proposes to tramp from
this city to Albany, New York, carrying a
United States fag bearing the names of Gen
erals McClellan and Hampton, as his oandi
dates for President and Vice President. The
trip is to be made in seventy days, on faot.
Mr. Carroll will make patriotio speeches on the
way. Should( he suooeed he will win $2000,
which he says are stated upon the venture.
To-night and to-morrow night are the last
oooasions on 'which people can attend the
Festival for the benefit of St. Francis Churhob.
Independent of the object to which the pro
ceeds are to be devoted, there are many induooe
ments and attractions that should insure a
large attendance. The hall in which the festi
val is being held, is situated at the corner of
Second and St. Da1id streets, and the admis
sion is only 25 cents.
Last Sunday the draymen of this city met
and organised an assoolation to be known as
the Draymen's Benevolent and Protective As
soolation. Mr. E. L. Israel was chosen Presi
dent and the following named gentlemen as
Messrs. D. Sheehan, James Grant, William
COllinan, J. O'Brien, John Hearne, Thomas
Porteous, J. H. Douglass, B. Oteri, E. L. Israel,
Ches. Male, E. A. Delshay, Gus Malahey, Thos.
Michael Eagan tramped here from St. Louis
in searoh of work. He had $120 in cash, but
did not wish to spend it in extravagant living,
so he took up his quarters in one of the top
" ovens of a row in one of the St. Louis Grave
yards on Claiborne street. Every night he
had to jump over the gate to reacoh his resting
place among the dead. Reports of ghosts be-.
gan to spread through the neighborhood and
the police had finally to interfere to prevent a
panio. One night last week a Corporal, in
companyiwith the Sexton, commenced a searoh
for the ghost and finally found him peacefally
slumbering in the tomb. He was taken to the
station and next day was remanded to the
parish prison to await trial as a dangerous
ST. JOHN TIE BAPTIST CHURCH.
.dietr Morning Star:
I will regard it as a great favor, if you
kindly insert these few lines in your very use
ful and, interesting STAR. I have been reliably
informed that a woman hss, recently, been
appealing to the charity of our well-known
generous merohsants, sometimes in my.name,
sometimes in the name of St. John the Baptist's
Churoh; sometimes in the name of the Domini
oan Nuns and sometimes in the name of the
Christian Brothers. I denouncesuch as an im
poster. Should we ever need appeal to the
generosity of the generous publio of New Or
leans, we will either call in person, or provide
those who might osll :in our name with some
anLthentio dooument stamped with the seal of
the Churoh. Tnos. J. KENNY,
Ja·nry 30, 1870. BRotor.
The entertainment given last Wednesday
evening in St. Mary's 8ahool Hall, Constance
street, by St. Joseph's Assoolation, weas attend
ed by an immense audlence. The programme
was admirably carried out in all respeots, to
the great oredit, be it said, of St. Joseph's and
of the Black Diamonds, who rendered inval
usble easmistanoe. Messrs. Dnunoan, Dslaney
and Gleason, aseting respectively as Bones,
Interlooutor end Tembo, performed their parts
in Ane style and the songs of Mesrs. Kammer
and Al. Drnmm were reoelved with applause.
The oral exsmination of Prof. Snerehard's In
tellectual and Killharmonio Institution liter
ally "brought down the house," after which
Messrs. Sesnan, Trimble and Bpinelli, in their
Lanoashire and American dances, fully vindi
sted their title as The Kings of Clogs. If the
pleasure depicted on the oountenances of all
who understood the language oonld be taken
as indicsting their feelings, the two Germsan
pieces which followed mnut have given uni
erUl satisfaotion. While allothe aotors per
formed their parts well, we were told, by orities
Swho were present, that Messrs. Pfister and
Holzenthaland Mr. V. F. specially diltinguibh
ed themselvee. Master Frank, the boy wonder,
fairly took one's breath away by his daring
fests on the flying trapese, and Rinaldo, the
great contortionist, proved himself an india
rubber man by putting himself inside a box
only 17 by 32 lahes, and doing other feats ii
that have to be men to be believed. The big t
1, Musers. Duncan and Gleason, in their old
, negro askethes and other specialtles, and Mrs.
J. C.M., Mia J. E.,sad Meesrs.J.Z M ,.and V.
F., of the Killharmonio,, as the Comie Qur
tette, convulsed the audienoa with laughter,
and were honored with several aeores. h
In justice to one of the most sealoun and
liberal Cathollos of this city, we feel oalled Y
uponito state that the beautiful soenery, whloh
was too muoh admired on the oeosaeon, was
painted by Mr. Philip Antoni.
On the 21st of February St. Joseph's Asso
eloiation will give an entertainment in St A1-.
phonans Hall for the benefit of St. Aluhoones
SAsylam. The Black Diamonds and KiUhar- Z
monies will asselt.
Nineteenth Annual Report of the Ladies of Charity
of Lt Joseph's Parish for the year ending
Deember 81st, 1873.
Onthe 31st of December, 1877, we had
Dlanoe on hand.......................... 128 40
ilines which time we received-
Jrom collections and weekly meet.
Donations from henefaetore....... 177 5
Collections at hrstmas............ 15 o
Prom other sources ................ 75 00t
S Malng a total fir the 3ear of...... 64 90
b Total........... .................... .....5773 30
h Our ao ditures have been
Selleft iokets redeemed............ 70 7
Cash relief at Christmas .......... 16 75
Louisiana Retreat for moan Poor.. 15 00
Other expenes ................... 2 0
making a total for the eaur......... $735 00
Balance in the Treasdly..................... 30 3
The total relief granted durlng the year is...... 650 t5
i Members adlmitted during the year........... None.
Famlllee on roll least report............. 0
Families adopted during toe ear............31--51
p Families dropped from relief roll.............. 32
Families now on relief roll. .................. 19 1
Attest:, M. . . McCOrraar, Pooretary.
k Men. P. . Jo. President.
Mam. Jont Powan Vice President
0 Mss. C. LYrcII, Treasurer.
In addition to the regular work of the 83
m oiety, as enumerated above, we wree enabled
a to aid many distressed families during the
s. epidemic of the past summer, by visiting the
i. asick and providing for many of the wants of
in the poor. In this work we were forced to ap
. peal to the Peahbody Subsistence Association,
,e the Orleans Central Relief Assooiation, the
0, Cathollo Relief Association and the Ladies'
Peabody Auxiliary Association, eaoh of which
generously recognizad our appliostions in be
et half. of the distressed.
1e We were thus enabled to obtain relief for the
O Families relieved from "Peabody's"................. 94
e. Families relieved from "Orleens Btelief ".......... 27
ti Eaoh of these families was relieved for more
of than one week, and many of them received
5. supplies for five weeks consecutively.
Mr. E. J. Forstall, general superintendent of
et the New Orleans Gas Works, kindly placed at
as the disposal of our Society a large invoice of
c. clothing, for distribution among the fever
1i suffeerers, and twenty-six families were supplied
Our Booiety is ales under obligations to tie
New Orleans Gas Company and its generous
as ofier for a donation of one hundred and fifty
0l, barrels of coke far the poor under our imme
diate care, which, with the clothing above
mentioned, has tended to greatly alleviate the
is sufferings of the beneficiaries daring the severe
at cold of the present winter.
g, Donations of money were received from the
op Catholic Relief Association and from Hon. J.
e* PierrepontMorgan,ofNewYork, much of which
he was used in the purohase of wearing apparel
ng and bed clothing for the poor, and by whioh
eb-. eighty-six families were supplied-underwear,
nd shoes and blankets being the principal articles
t a distributed-at a cost of $303 55; besides which
in the Society distributed in cash for relief of the
oh fever sufferers, through its members and the
ly Conference of St. Vincent de Paul, $526 50.
he The total number of families relieved by this
he means was over two hundred, and relief was
us continued to them for six weeks consecutively;
all the families being vistted regularly at their
homes, where their wants were fully ascertain
ed before relief in money or clothing was
on granted them.
e- Looking back over oar years' work, we can
sly not but feel thankful to Almighty God for
en being made the instruments in His hands in
wn alleviating some of the distrees and snffering
o, visited upon our obmmunity during the past
t's year. The result should serve to stimulate our
ni- members to even greater effJrte in the future.
The Liverpool Catholic Times, of January
the 19th, announces the serious illness of the great
Dr- Dominioan, Father Thos. Burke. It says that
de one of tibe Fathers at the Dominiscan House,
e Dublin, writes: "There are two doctors' st
of tending him, and at present their anticipa
tions are very gloomy.'
1000 remnants superfine linen, in oute of
Lasy from one to ten yards, at balf-price, at Braselman'e.
ad- ordcimarV odoes of HsManges s a lus, -r
me b linsted or - ly A siSt. Obideeurise wil be eaerged
. t s rater of / tms int elin.
- MAHON 3Y-McGLNNik-On Thursday evening
ey January 30th, 1279, in St. Peter'. Church. by the Rev.
us, Father J. Moynlhan, Mr. T. W. Mahoney to Miss M. A.
ler EOLCOMBLE-McCONNl --On Tuesday, January
e. 7th, 1819, at St. Mary's Cbrob, Pbhiladslphbis, by oRev.
In Father MDevitt, Mass Blanche McConnell, of this
o, city, to Chester H. Holoombe, of Cincinnati.
di- BTUART--At bar late reldenoe, corner Jerse
end Joeph etreete. on Wednesday. Janury mx. i c.
the at2uminutet to35olrck. alMrs. EllIn o neert, bjrn in
Dosgarvin, County Waterford, Ireland, iovemhr 18,
eon Paomoala Star, and P!ttibnrg, Pa.. paper, plee
tan 0ITKUY--On Frlday ..morg. January i4. 1070. at
CLonmell, Uoontv lpperaryI,&eland, and s·resid , if
et- this oty for t9 years.
iDAWN ON HEr s MOO. Z
THE LUNAR WONDERS REVEALED BY TI
D ADVANCING SUNLIGHT.
4 A Rochester journalist who visised Pr
y Swift the other evening and had a view
.g the moon, says: "The telescope with
it power of thirty-asi diameters, was turne
r upon the moon. At first the flood of lig
- was blinding, end the view was but curs
ie ry. The moon looked like a shield of e
is bossed silver-the shield of Achilles-hhn
r by his goddess mother In the azure of ,t
e heavens. Professor Swift looked over th
r field, and noted as he looked many of thtor
h interesting points, and suggested that wao'
follow the sunrise on the moon. On them
I moon the dawn advanced at the rate of toe
le miles an bour, lighting up new fields ano I
furnihin to him o ever-chanain nan
D. I . MALONEY. corner of lsseRphisEad Op
Ctoeets, ner Magszine Mrkebreeuectlliaers hisd
atdents and theopubTie in generathat he
Eleopersation ppertAirng to hi profe.lon a m to ee
solatiee manner. Artifical teeth inerd, with or
without atretlng the roots. on a sw piLan. Old eets
of teeth remodeled, and perfect adaptation meonred.
Teeth extracted without pain by the ue of gad or
hlooform. Charges withbn the reaoh of W.
Jans T1 yep -
TO BE HEILD IN
MT. IICHAEL'S HALL,
oPPOSITE ANNUNCIATION SQUARE. G
Commencing February 7th, 1879.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PARISH.
Admlssion-Twenty-Five Cents S
EVERtY SATURDAY. from 11 o'clock a. m., to 2
o'clock p. m., there will besn ENTERTAINMhNT
FOR CHILDREN, to which an admluion price of
10 cents will be charged.
REVOLUTION IN LITERATURE!
h154. ... g.. ..Poydrls Street.... .. 154
CIRCULATING LIBRARIES SUPERCEDED.
sY THa O
VATICAN LIBRARY NOVELS, is
which are given away for 5, 10 and 21 conts avolnme, o
being the CHEAPEST BOOEK In the World.
The CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, 1679, only $D each.
The CATHOLIC ILLUSTIIATED ABINUAL, ateIo.
FAITH OF OUR FATHEES-50.00 sold-5)c. each.
- Subscription Department-
My lietls embrace ALL THE LEADING PERIODI
CALS in the language, includlng :
7 Dublin Reiem, (Quarterly), reduced to 7 50 per mnnum
- London Taet (Weekly)................. 750
CatAoic World (Monthly).......... ....500
5m Aoer'c a tho¢ic (Quarterly)...........500 -
I New or Ereeman'.Journoal (Weekily)..3 00 •
Brooklyn Oatholc Reinew (Weekly)......3 20
Nto Oreane.Morning Star (Weekly)....3 00
BotonPiot (Weekly) .. .................2..t5
Philadelphia Catholic Standard ........... 2 70
Ave Maria-enlarged (Weekly)......... 2 50
SDonahoe's Magazcne (Monthly).......... t0
SLockood's Trade Journals ......... 2 to 400
let i 0f O. D. ELDER. Box 2"3
For Thirty Days Only.
In order to make a thorough olearance in the next
e thirty days, we have made
in all WINTER GOODS, includlug
h CLOAKS. SHAWLS,
is DRESS GOODS, ETC.
h W invite attention to this s8pecial Sale, nd guaratee I
S UNUSUAL BARGAINS.
1 SAMPLES sent to all part. on application.
I M. L. BYRNE & CO.,
S163...............Canal Rtreet......... ..163
FANCY GOODS! FANCY GOODS!
in MILLINERY EMPORIUM, HAIR WORK
at FANCY GOODS BAZAAR,
° 159.............Canal Street....... 159
The assortment comprises the very latest styles in
-y Millinery Materials, Hats and Bonnets,
at ALR GOODS of every desription. and the meet
rechrohe selections In Jeweiry, ian., Comos, arshte,
Dresmlng Cecse, Specie Purae. Card Cases Vienna
Gilt Ornaments. Porte Monoules med Perfumery.
Tonr attention Is partiuonlarly directed to my
in fine Shell, Ivory and Pearl JET GOODB,
MILLINERY IARTICLES AND HAIR WORK.
G. T. SCHILLING,
159........--..Canal BStreet....... 159
,e5 5 lv Ilm
iT. ALPHONBUS' TOTAL ABSTINENCE ASSO.
F lation .-The regular monthly meetlngof this Associ
tion will be held THIS (Sunday) EVENING, at 4
o'lock, in Bt. Alphonaus Hall, St. Andrew street,
twoen Magazine and Constance streets.
Gentlemen wishing to become members are cordially
invited to attend.
D. H. BUCKLEY, Preesident.
JA8. A. BENWAN. Becretary. it
HALL OF ST. MICHAEL'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE
SOCIETY-The ofmers and members of this Bociety
are hereby notified to attend the regular monthly
meetibg, to be held T.0-DAY, 8unday, February Yd,
1879, at 3 o'clock p. m.
Gentlemen wishing to join are invited to attend.
L. P. MAHONEY, President.
A. BRADY, Secretary is
BAIL AND EVENING WEAR I
ItahM (Ileted SILA frem 0 smmle.
Light Ctored ATl ukm s ewats.
Piench ORGANDIES, oat 5 eat.
LWhite TARLATANS, ast 19 os.0
Laee. Sirk sad Oheoalll NitCr TIUS.
White sad Gold Tlusel RUCOEtWG
Embreldered Loe. and Silk BANDKERCHIU PA
Silk and Lane BASH S.
Oper. KID GLOVES 50 o t.n.
Emhridered EASE RES ONS. ow cents,.
7-4 Kolt Zephyr Weool S WLS. $1 60.
Whi and Colored aUlk FANS, from 50 cent up.
Just received a full sok of
r. Warner's Health Corsets.
EXTBAODINART BARGAINS IN
100PlIoees 44e Havy LNN 4 tyardl. foe........ 00
OIo pt c e 4 :nLIBN. 24 yard fr......... 7 (
00 piece. 44 'zME aarese LINI, 94 yards, for.... 8 00
1,000 Remnants of Superfine Linen,
In cuts of from I to 0 yard,1
Table Damask, Napkins and Towels
A SBPCIAL BARGAIN.
W.iaeh SILK UMBRELLAS at....................... 50
GREAT BARGAINR WPXr WEEK IN ALL
KINDS OF GOODS.
' J. A. BRASELMAN,
506 and 588.....MAGAZINE STREET.....56 and Sl5
P. S-Gents' Suprfine All.Lien SHIRTS at $1 500
Geats' fine Cotton Shile. Linen Bosom, at o50. It
Genuine Singer Sewing
WERE BOLD IN THE YEAR 1878,
whibh Is 73,690 more than were sold in the year 1817.
The great popularity of the SIHGOR has induced
unsorupulous men to imitate same, hoping to reap a
rich reward from the tale to the unwary of their
BOGS and WORTHLESS ARTICLES.
Beware of Machines offred as the IMPROVED
do The Trade Mark, of
which thib cut is a Fac
Sw.I.t, is placed on the
arm of every Machine.
directly over the Stitch
The fact that the only Sewing Machine unsorupulous
men have ever attempted to imitate is the Singer,
is sufficient evidence of its superiority over all
other. There is no longer any exase for buying
any of the cheap machines hawked about the country,
with no claim for patronage but their cheapneee.
BUY ONLY THE GEaNUINE,
and deal at the Companles' Omoes. or with their author.
The Singer Manufacturing Co.,
S. E. BUNDLE, Manager.
615 Magazine street, corner Josephine.
Agents for E. Buttrlok & Co.'s PAPER PATTERNB.
R. B. MITCHELL,
183 and 185 Magazine Street.
Near Julia, New Orleans,
MADE AND REPAIRED.
Stock of Cisterns, from 1,000 to 20,000 Gallons, oon
etantly on hand.
Cisterns for Sugar Houres always on hand.
JOB GARPENTERING WORK
DONE WITH DISPATCH.
A' Bend for estimates. fge is ly
To Our Merchants and Business Men.
About one hundred and fifty of our Merchants,
Banhers, Inanrance and Business Men, in addition to
those whoee orders have already been received, have
prowmied their patronage in aid of the
ILLUSTRATED VISITORS' GUIDE TO
I have spent many months aend large sums of money
on theenteiprise. and am enceedingly anxlousto bring
I the book out, and therefore ask that you will not delay
but promptly give your orders when called on by my.
self or my agents. I will not trouble you to send in
your ordors, unless yon feel disposed to do so, but I
respectfully urge you to have your orders ready when
Thankful for the liberal support given to my publi.
cotlona in the pat, I promnise that the ILLUSTRATED
GUIDE shat he a work worthy of our great city.
J CURTIB WALDO, Publisher,
Jaw6 It I6 Camp street, Story Building.
Mixed and All Ready for ImmediateUse.
Manufactuted by the
WESTERN PAINT AND BOOFIrNG COMPANY.
And sold under the Trde-mnark mame of
JONES' NON-CORROSIVE IRON PAINT.
lIt s equa·I wall adapted to the pintg ofall weood.
Iron and other Meta work. and to the oovrlng o
EVERY DSOeIsPTION o sorfac that requtre and
will bold liquid Paint.
I lla made from PURE LINSEEBD OIL0 sad MINR
I. Warrantd not to oorrode in .s olimna.. W. -
stnds excesolvs hea t wlthout lIaertng. Give to
the ulrfcntd p beanfoOutlfi. glossy appe-arace.
Eqall? good for inslde aud ouleide work. Wasinrg
or srohulrg does not dtroTy theglss. It iL pst up
In qari, halfallono. n, two tore, e and tn
Sampleo of olore on card, price, at aud neoory
loformation foralahed on appliaton.
The Palnt in etor and for eal by
W. P. CONVERSE, JR., & 00.,
92 and 94...M-...M a ui rO 8tet ....I J and 94
del53rSp Agents for the Manufaocturor.
D~J~I".. ........ -..-. DENS T
1-.-.-.------. Bronne Street..........15
FIRST-CLASS DENTISTRY AT REASONABLE
RATIE eelS 70 ly5p
REMOVER ALL KINDS OF BUILI)INWG,
Offie. 1l,.hin etreet.
Alloommunicatoue s should be addrosad t Son I.O
Mesohanm' and Trders' goctoanic, undor EL. Charlen
Hotel New Crloana.
Coary rder0a yaetatte5Aedat. asT 79 i,
*n1. g. A.PP E 6i-.L MD,
4--a.a am d a Il te man :rui iter ,
GAS FIXTURES, PLUMBERS' MATERIALS,
ST. GEORGE 'AND DEFIANCE RANGES,
1m,7, 146 Poydras Street, New Orleans.
14 to 22................ .......B&RO0N STRET.-................----...-...4 to22
THE MOST POPULAR AND LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE IN THE SOUTH.
FIRST CLASS PIANOS AND ORGANS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES AND EABY TERM.
STEINWAY, CLOUGH & WARREN,
KNABE, GEORGE A. PRINCE & CO.
PIELTON & C.O.
AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS
a . ...... ..... . .....CANAL STREET....................... . m
THE LEADING PIANO AND MUSIC DEALER OF THE SOUTH,
OFFERS TEE BEST TONED. MOST PREFECT AND MOST DURABLE
PIANOS AND ORGANS
MADE EITHER IN THlS COUNTRY OR IN EUROPE.
At the LOWEST PRICES and on the MOST ACCOMMODATIRO TERMS ever eofred.
Hi IS STOCK OONSISTS ESTEY,
Unrivaled, World.Re owned I r
CHICKERING, MASON &I HAMLIN
Celebrated and Elegant
I AND T"
Fine Toned and Low Priled
HARDAN PIANOS. OR GANS
9 world with good and reliable Instruments on the moot reasonable terms.
TURING AND REPAIInfo A SPE IALTY. I PpryOpe
9 wolHt ·nas e aIr nwd oiso ebt elig n ilca~n apy
NEw YORti, Ootober, 1878.
We beg to announce to the Trade and Con.
eumeas of Thread that hereafter
John Clark Jr. & Co.'s Spool Cotton
will be known In the United States as
Your especial attention to called to the
TRADE MARK, whbiob eppeate on the Bottom
I Ticket of every Spool and upon the Box Ltbels.
THOMAS kIJItSEL & CO.
Bole Agents for JOHN CLARK JR. & CO..
Mile End Olegow. Scotlanld.
BOLD EVERYWHERE. de'5m rSp
, I THE MODEL PRESS
Is the .,mpl£2, t. est runnr.g,
Any ,mart Wr ramn manage st, o: 1
dohundredr ofdollars uothofuork Jeor. Its a.,
builnes men all their printing tlls. #s.+ i' as l~,
as $3. For busnorsrlnl nting, $00 to $.,.i. koaryi
foot power, $1(X) to 1rl)o). Orrr (1,0% now ) n usr,
and a Prize Medal awarded at the Parils rjposltton
The l eadlnug Preen of the World.
A Andsorseily Ilustrated 124 par book, entitled
<JOW TO PRIN' and ropy of the PRINTE'R.Ab t11E,
wirth ful lmrtkuliart. mrailed fo1r I) etls.'- Address
J. W. B It;HAA }' & CO., Inrnt.oret andl Man'/re
Fe. 723 Chtstnan St., Phllade(pkAt, ft.
WAX CANDLES! WAX CANDLES!
FOURTH DISTRICT SCOOL BOOK DEPOr.
_10. .. ...... Ma ine 8treet ...... 10
A spleadid assortment of PRAYER BOOKS, STA
TUES. CRUCIFIXES, BEADS.
Gift Books, Albums, Pocket Books,
POCKET KNIVES AND FANCY ARTICLES
In Great Variety.
VISITING CARDS PRINTED ON SIIIOT NOTICE.
T. J. BROWN,
'PRACTICAL PAPER HANGER,
963............. Camp Street.............263
Betweea Delord and Poeyfarre,
nNW onZe. *.
Dealer In Well Pepper. Gold and Velvet Bieei,
Window Shadee. Crtoiee. Buf. (trean and Whlte
lioolladn, Picttre Cord. Tamael, etc.
Persons who w ll take the trouble to ride up to my
piae, which is only nine squares from Canal street,
will fnd thbat my prices are from 2, to t5 percest
lower than those of other doalera.
Iamples of Paper seat to the country, free. on app'l
cafe.. ob3 Sp ly
155 Canal Street, 15 Bourbon Street.
D. H. HOLMES.
We aroe to receipt of the LATRST SYTTEI AND
NOVELTIES In ERY GOODS per every nlreioa s
DRESS GOODS. AIA Styles. Plose sad Shades.
BmLA OD A Fall Stook.
IEAD )Y-MADE COSTUMS.1
KID GLOVES, and
HOSIERY. at Oreatly Reduced Prices.
D. H. HOLMES,
1J 12 7~ ly5p CTo. 155 Canal Street.
T. rnIZWILLIA, J. II. £ItIKWOD.
T. kI'J'ZWILLIAM & CO..
Stationers, Lithographers, Printers,
BLANK BOOK AIIUYATUREsI ,
7?; Camrp street nod 27 Bsok Place,
Letter a d Note Heads. Bill Heade, Cards. Cheaks,
Lrafts ad Notes. et,. Lithographed or
Printeud to ordr.
Hai-ng the moet complete LITHOGRAPHICO 0.
FIC. JOB PBINTIGO OFFICE sad BLANK bOOr
MANU FACTORY In the South. as well a athe lars
stock of Papere. Envelopes. ta , we are prepa i
till all orders eatrusted t0 us Io the best meaaer a
at the mosat resoasble rates.
PRICES CIBEERULLY OIVEN ON APPLICA,
suet8 lyp T. ]ITZWILLIAM A 00.
W ANTED--BY A ORADUATE O A JagUIT
College, a polUon as TEACRHER I a Catelbe Sehl·s.
Understaads Meslc. No objsctls to leaving te atty.
Can refer to former Professors a to scapelty, ".
Address M.," Morolng Star 0ce. ja st
issloppsed to be Lviiia In Nw Orla. Jlay Ia>
ItsoI of itl. will to tLakInlly received 1by hie ster
lilen (lro. CoehIalsl, No. It Boyd strqee etmS
Mainn. e. aM'
ST. PATRICK'S HALL FO , ' t a
g:IL IN TBHE TT UY. will be r a y t alte
or lager, a reesesable teMms. rer 00OESYU
BALLS, LECTURES. FAIB and Rt K GUWd
Fer CHABITABLE JTER.AIN& EEU. wtsh"
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