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facey fro5 w ,finds. nd" .t.. ter
minated. nrht ocmmunion c eremony 7Fh
the people f' the Third -PDit iyltl losng
remembe with pride and sati aetion.
The Plo-ltgiso Cc I
We were quite np ttintrodnction
of manly games sad, eeteets t our publio
gatherings would elicit a hearty interest in
this community, as they have always done
elsewhere, if conducted with eve'ry neces
sary guarantee of good order and decorum.
Our readers will find apractical proof of the
correctness o tilo ypothesia, by referring
to a correspomdenee published in another
column,on,*s pipe-nib atbjet. *It --ppe.a
that the ]ad it lesfersos .City and the
Fourth Dislhat, atetaken sur haasitesUe
in the projected` enterprise" of "St. 3selph's
Fie-sc Anasoition, thatbey oSrved Pprize
to be awarded to.ome ofthe'uoeesanloon
testants at theia Feu th of July games.
This is a delicate, graceful and appropriate
way of evincing laterest in this laudable
undertaking, and we hope will be followed
by the ladies of other parishes.
These .gaesand contestsour readersare
aware, will take place at the Oakland
grounds, the 4th dad 5th proximo. The
occasion is appropriate, being the anniver
sary of the assertion of American maanhood,
and the auspices are sueh as to render any
fear of impropriety inadmissible.
So far as we can judge, the most exeiting
portion of the programme will be the foot
ball games. Great preparations are being
made for them, and lively times are antici
pated. If no better destination is yet made,
we would suggest the appropriation to these
games of the prize above referred to. It is
to be hoped that the gentlemen who have
inaugurated the movement with such public
spirit, will persevere until they accomplish
the development of a system producing all
the good legitimately resulting from public
Fair at Mandeville.
Our Lake excursionists may be glad to
learn that there will be an additional source
of amusement at Mandeville during the
coming month. That community having,
unfortunately, had their church destroyed
by a storm some. months ago, Rev. Father
Manoritta, pastor of that parish, has under
taken to obtain means wherewith to rebuild
it. Taking advantage of the fact, that, on
Saturdays and Sundays, the largest crowds
of visitors are at Mandeville; he has deter
mined to have a fair held on those two days
throughout the month of July, commencing
on the. Fourth, the proceeds to be devoted
to the object above referred to. "
As the ladies of that pleasant watering
place will doubtless contribute their best
efforts to make the oceasion a charming
one, and as they are the very ladies that
know how to succeed in such an effort,
there can be no doubt of the amusement
and pleasure that will be derived by any
one participating. The excursion to Man
d.leville is, in itself, so delightful and so
cheap, that few can be deterred by the ex-.
pense from taking the trip, iti throwing
in a visit to-the fair, by W'ay of a pleasant
and pious supplement.
ST. MAURICE's CHURCH.-Many of our
readers probably do not know where St.
Maurice's church is. They can find that out
enjoy a delightful ride. and hear mass at nine
o'clock this morning, all by taking the
Dauphine street car, about eight o'clock and
keeping it until its arrival at the end of its
route near the Barracks. We are informed
that Rev. Father Duval, its pastor, has 1
made preparations for a celebration of un
usual beauty and solemnity to-day, both
morning and afterloon. The beautiful
mass of our townsman, Mr. Laliache, is to be
executed, and as grand a procession in
honor of the blessed sacrament as can
be gotten up, will be witnessed.
A repository has hrenl fitted up in a
neighboring field, and in visiting it, of
course the procession will have to take a
pretty wide. range. As several clergymen
from the city proper will assist on the occa
sion, and as the rural nature of the sur
roundings at St. Maurice's will permit a
more faithful rendering of Catholic customs
than is usual hereabout, it is probable that
the ceremonies will be highly interesting.
It is to be hoped that ~many will attend
.ither in thie morning or in the afternoon,
when the exlrcises commence at five o'elock.
The trip is a most aigee able one, the devoF
tions will do btless lie peculiarly edifying,
anld tile collections taken up, will ltw for
tile umost pious 1,purpose.-relairinig and
tinishling this little chlurclh, which is so sadly
in need of mneanis.
THANlKis.,- essrs. E. O. liaile, (;ustave
Kahn, and Alecxander lill, comnnittee of in
vitation, will accept our thanks.for invita
tion tickets to tile ee'remoniesi on to-mnorrow
evening, at the \:Varieties Theatre, when the
medals to thie l.ouisi:na txhibitors of the
l'nris ~'.xporition will le presented.
- Coiuxcn.-At the me I-s ac aii ;
Snight, a mianority rpWr was . m " by
Messrs. Burbank and guBlivan to the Boars
of Aldermen, adversm to the logery scheme
for the redemption of city money, being
in both contrary to legislative enactments nd
i gendramorality. wI
n The Mayor transmitted to the same Board
1e the report of Mr. Harris on the charitable ile
!- 3nntiosthiths ity ad of Jefferson
"* recommending suitable remuneration. to
1e these establlsaeat m i
1I To the Assistant Board the Mayer trans
1 wmitted a message clag, a4ttntio1o to the is
Sdlnaisstrou effect to the.interests of the city
" of Gen. Buchammnaa's erdaer iimtpoaig te
imeeting of the LegsllatMre till November
next. Although his honor-admita there e E!
re objections to Mr. Avegno's lottery scheme,
r yet, under the pressure of argent necessity,
- and the evils flowing from making put-r
Schhames ibr all the necessities of the city
le governmeant, paylug CihoCl teacherm and all pu
rd other employees in a depreciated currency,
he does not see why there need be any "
re scruples in adopting a plan that will at
Sonce remedy these evls, espelally with the e
Ia precedents before us of other'" cities and
r countries not less scrupulous on the subject
1, of morality than the American people are." a
7 Said he: "As a dernier resprt, inasmuch
as we have exausted other propositions Y
Swhich have not mel popular expeetations ;
9 I thereforereecommendits prompt considet
I ation and adoption."
SA committee of this Board-three mem
", bers, a majority-reported favorably on
eo Mr. Avegno's lottery scheme. The accom
is panying reolution and report were laid illi
*e over at a late hour.
Ic Both Boards, in joint session, elected ael
h thirteen commissioners of the House of
Refuge, against the protest of DMr. Shields.
ic Mayor Conway called a meeting of the Ne
new Council on Friday evening. No busi
neas was transacted. It is understood they ha
are to meet to-morrow evening.
Orc&LSs.-The event of the week has
ie been the occurrences. about the City Hall. is
3, Large crowds attended to witness the in
d duction of the new and the exit of the old pa
r officials. Mr. J. B. Conway, Mayor elect,
. presented himself at Mayor Heath's office
.d with his credentials, but these Mayor Heath
n would not recognize, claiming to be the ha
" original Jacobs" by virtue of Gen. Sheri- be
dan's commission, backed by Congressional
.g. l "l- -nmh cieumlocation, a
which we do not care to detail, Captain
d DeRuasy, by order of Gen. Buchanan, as- s
rested the obstinate Mayor Heath, and of
Mayor Conway took possession of the con
Steted pri-ze-the mayoralty. In the mean
g time, writs of quo warranto were issued;
t and the courts will probably decide the
m, atter, unless Congress or Gen. Grant shall o
t relieve them of the duty.
With the exdeption of Mr. Prados, Second so
, District, all the members of the Board of 'f
Aldermen have qualified. There are va- he
rious other complications-such as the ap- r
g pointment of chief of police-yet unde
it cided, the untanglement of which must be hai
left to the development of time. beo
STREETS AMD GUTTERS.-The condition of p,
" the streets in this city, at the present time, tw
L. is positively shocking. People are. con- -
Lt stantly complaining, but .the demands of his
ie politics are so urgent that no attention is
ic paid to them. The street commissioner's ha
department seems to be deaf to all com- tes
a plaint, and blind to the festering nuisances
that are to be met on every hand. Cannot rot
a the Board of Health take some action in this qu
matter ? There are ordinances which, if
h this Board would see to their enforcement, Il
1l might afford some relief. In this connection
we give place to the following communica- el
n tion : So
in Editor Moruing Star and Catholic-Me.seuger:
.Sir-Would you be.so kind-as to call the Co
a attention of the city authorities, through irt
f your valuable and useful journal, to a pain
thily disagreeable nuisance accustomed to we
a be committed at the corner of Camp and est
'n Erato streets?
U inder the bridge that crosses the canal mi
at that point, there is, after heavy rains, .
- a little water remaining, until it evaporates
a under the influence of the hot sun. Some
is of the good housewives take advantage of
the few rops of water which settles there mE
to get rid of their superabundance of cats; an
g. and, as there is not sufficient water to an
Id drown them, these little younglings keep
n. up a plaintive wail for as long as two days on
in succession. After these little animals de
k. die of hunger and exposure, you may gIcess H
C at thIe consequence.
g, Thy, indeed, I would characterize as e
cruelty to animals. Sho;lld these innocent de
little rthings have seen the light in New bu
Yd ork, they would not have been so ill-cared
lv for nor their cruel, inhumani owners th
suoered to practise such cruelty with im
we This, Mr. Editor, is, assuredly, at tirst, a
painful, and, next, a disagreeable nuisance.
I' If you don't_belieseit, just ask the ladies in
a- wIho happen to pass that way when the of
w perfumery is evaporated firom their hand- so
h It is mIuch to, be hoped thlint the city Iin
he fathers will take cognizance of this matter. fo
A SUFFERtER. Ia
SThiWloo fse br een g. ule,.ret-B IB s
A club uWese for ladie 'LY g.A.
tin cetobu.; Dotter assist th fie.
Psol-y has been released en fou n But-h
lee's bastie. - .i -
In some dis tricts Iowa there is not a
MlCool' sister bet $1l600 on her brother
aeeitll'sa the a Baoberof Seville," i
At. boreavive , i -..u i e b ,
a afom nisco would indicateoanotere J
Pe hi l siLaoea have been found in the
Egyptian pyrai a .o
Caects lants fifty efet high have b.
Adis boore nr nrieo a.
firing' into ateubmiats. t
Chicago exzetsto `tiy $800,000 for her' b
pnubie sehocIs this year.
Ez-Preditaent BUaehanau's lat wordswwere
" God bless my i ountry." / d
Oel ftbe Saratogahotsl will notreceivo v
children guest. this yeXr:
A fish styled a "h aned whale" was re
cently caught si Ch ldresto..
A laborer In $fIlne broke his neck by
falling a ditanoe of two foet.
Jerome Napdoleon Bonaparte is in New l
York. The IJdIes fanmey i
Rev " hnson was-unanimouly con- *0
medas to England.
Prince Michael, of .Srra, has been as-ls
salasoated; excitement intense. J
Braiham Young has et out one hi
and fi ty acres In mulberry rt e o
t atbook sale in Savan lately, a
il miunated missals brought se. u
A sensible movement is being made to
sell fruit by weight-not measure.
Reno, Nevada, a town one month old,
contains five hundred inhabitants.
The cashier of a bank at Sensea Falls,
New York, has committed suicide.
The Temple Place Savings Bank, Boston,
has nine million dollars on deposit.
The preservative qualities of carbolic
acid are bringing it into general use.
The emigration from all parts of Europe k
is on an unpreedentedly large scale. o
In North Bridgewater, Massachustts, ti
paper collars are selling for one cent a box.
The omnibus admission 'bill now only
waits the President's signature to become a s1
law. - u
The Old and New School Presbyterians
have united again, the tie to last till-'tis
broken. e - - e
IA gentleman in Syracuse has gone to rais- i'
ing mushrooms. Perhaps 'twas a family t
A graduate of Harvard University is
under arrest for robbing a citizen of Concord
The railroads carry passengers from Bos- cc
ton to New York for one dollar--one-fifth. f
the former price.
The British minister is about to In otest
against Butler's overhauling the Wrshing- e
ton telegraph office. m
Maine has fifteen hundred lakes, elevated N
so high as to afford manufacturing power e,
for four million people. e
SDavid Graham of California, has fallen at
heir t half a million dollars, left by his 0
Ag nedmother in Ireland.
. A. bank note engraver named Harrison.
has become heir to a fortune of $14,000,000,
bequeated by an uncle in India.
The letter of the Emperor of China to the
President covers twenty feet in length by
two in width, on royal parchment.
qBennett, of theNew York Herald, through
his correspondents, gave the English the w
firt-news of their Abyuinian victory. h
SA man in New Hartford has wised one, 0
hundred bushels of potatoes from ponequa
ter of an acre, and sold themI for 200.
The trains on the Mobile and Ohio rail- T
road were stopped several days in conse- !
quence of failure to pay the employees. U
A beet sugar manufacturing company has t:
just bought five hundred acres of land in Ise
Illinois for the, purpose of raising beet.. cc
A lady in Columbus, Ohiot has ntade tI
eighty words out of the letters a "oyster." h,
Some people would make shorter work of it.
The President has been requested by the
Committee of Foreign Relations to use his
influence for the release of Father MeMahon.
A Troy paper relates that a rittle-snake
was caught near there, and in his efforts to
escape, crawled completely out of his skin. ht
Rev. Mr. Bellew, a talented Episcopal it
minister was the-first of his cloth who
preace for disendowing the Irish estab- i
The Czar proposes to France the abandon- f
ment of explosive projectiles. Thad Stevens tb
and Ben Butler ought to be incluhtded in the at
The Brownsville RIachlero announces in m
one of its issues that it has no case of mur
der, burglary, arson, or suicidrto report.
The site of Barnumla museuml is about ji
being sold. Is the show world indeed tobe tl
deprived of the sight of tie grea.test hum
bug of the age ?
A man Ilhas been setn iln Alrkansia witlh '
Sthree ears-one belonged to another per
son, which he had bitten off, and held be
tween his teeth.
into and the coftin s deposited there stripped
of their silver plates., and t.he I.ones wore
sold to ieddlers.
On examining an oe which died suddenly
in.Rhode Island, a piiece of hoop-skirt was
found lodged in his heart. Do hard-hearted
Iadies ianl ihe this substance through them n
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N .w O Jn II.. 1.....
Sea adieo. .... . "°' i oth Ds
ST. G........... to00
]raba O'Yas o c r.lly 1......3. -
our... . Preyolpuirhr b eD. .40
S M ..e. 3e a e e.hkiy... .
.. .......a....... .0 u Jo. oll.......... 100
, I'M.mXe-. 00alr "Ii
Ja aiesi ean a ... 1o 0.
D. edga ta~letald.;.... 1he Tp op e toed t..ost o0
M Nw Oure zxS, June 11, 1 08. I
r ar j ,,h-- am requsted by evs;an
e dies b of oJeduto City and mets Folrt. Ii
StrCo whto Me aols to s'io your,' AdO
Sdatioe in itls noe underktiyng, to'4ser
ta in iom yes if 0u prite gttn ap by them
for ne of your rae w ld be'aeeprtable.
You w-ll eo RLEeAN J av byg 16 me the
des.ired infry a lon at your .eh e-on
I am, dear. air, yoars, respe tfusy,
r JOHN RoomAx .
OFFICte ST. JOsurPH'S.PICý IC J OCLeTION,
" New Orlen,' June 11, 1ow..
Fec Joretary., re.:
e ae y .e--I have the honor to acknowl
Sedge the reeipt of yop esteemd fanor of
this date, and in reply I beg to-say hast I
am directed bh y the Assocation to aept
t gener yous prmffred by the ladies of
Jefferson City and the Fourth District, and
foI beg of you to be the medlim of conveytng
t tiem the high -appreatlon n which the
Asesoetfion holds the hot o conferred
u ponthem. Whine thm~nin you sineerelyg
r the interest you take ia the project,
i as yours, aVery truly,
J PoATRICK A. FAlrkrx,
I' Se e . Rretary.
S CxD .-Theire Bisop of Ripon acknowl
edged, at recent meeting of tee Protestant
SIRefomationSoeiety, that the Society was
oneeded for "lotestant for it was lament
able to see how nty of the latter actually
new little or nothing of the rel principles
of their own faith, ao d the distinctive doe
Strnes of thei own C n weh."
PEa1ODICAI.---Ell s-L"o. 7 Old Levee
a street, opposite the hPosto re, has favored
us with eU. hl' iting Auie, shar Mlaga
ein, Hatrlper a Weekly, ncld r. Travel
ers on summer toua, or stsy-at-oomes, en
Sjoying the ellights of their own pro re
y treats, will nd at Ellis's an unaili
s 1sr.-YOur readers wTllAind theAN er is t
of the ADe Manufe turing Company in anotherw
column, with recommendstions eemanating
eefrom the highest scientific authority.
t AhfIrorw, t-Nic AesoctlAO l--Byt refer
Sence to a notice in another column., it will be
seewn that the members of the t. Joeph's Pic
oNic Association are requestedl to meet to-morrow
Sthening, at half-mst seven o'cloek, at it. Jo-.
seph's School Hall, corner Common and Marais
streete. All others esirons of prom oting the
object in view are eordiially invited.
DlY on 1, s ,A BRAsE-. dor , say .--l' .e
, crowdsy of ladienitoat thr is elebratwe
establishment is the best pouible evidence of!
its attrativellnes aal aspps reciation. The two
extremes and the .ntre contribute equadlly to
thisfair crowd, and we, heartily sympathize
Swithe the nnurou clerks in attendance thin
ihot weather, in their gallant endeavors to wat
on their fair but importunate clients.
.TAovrrouiLS ATnErs.-TJ o Miller, Jr., pro
Sprietor of the well-known Fourth District Dry
neoods iStore, ha opened another lot of goods,
the prices annexed to some of which will bem
Sseen by reading his advertisement in another
coluTmn. We do not rcommend his stan re to
't rbose who onde visited it--but to those who
'have not r ad that pleasure, we would say give
him a call e..tahiue his goods and prices, and
there will be int frther netl to uarg ladles to
consult their .. it interest.e n
k 1T. M AIRY'S l'.ILLzGe.--The people of' New
Orleans are familiar with the high educational
standard of thie College. From yeasr to year
its reputation has ireaed until it if conceded
it he fpiw equannxin the somrse which itlY b
forwasn to with great histisemte and that whier
thoe placwh one ise it and t-u of this month
hat tve National Theatrp, cnaer of woulnoe sgd
Pereido streets, will f h seud to, attract adI it
The pon udesti - riumph i-n' m's lifeL ir
when he makes a friend of an enemy. The
tjoy is then akin wh thet which angelo feel al
Iths reptoice over a sinner that repeitethn.
paerts. Itiexmnatins areannLujuras he lok ed
fioa t wed,ithd gra in threse he han ithawied.
C ASII PU.C ASEfP. _
V'II.)LESALE. OIL I:KTAIL.
Ar. in% iuc to examite ,or Stock and IPr.-e..
.. A. BRASELMAN & CO..
,Nsu and s e.... MAOAZINE STRLERT . and 5dd
(',rner of St- Andrew street j.l4
SDIIY oos......... ...............D.. Y,GO L
IN THa YOPRTIU ZST 1CT.
3 J. I IL 1.. R, Ju.,
SN o. S Jackson aetrst, arser Tcio pttlnt aluts street.
Has opeuel the following
s CHUEAP D-RY GOOD 4:
r SPlt AU CALICOMIs, as'...:...... ........ :.... .
-. JACO~if7. APIONS, with Black Herders.
. .for Ce . rSAM........................ e.
Caelred AA. . . . It.
-- Lot of TRIMMINGS of all kinda
00 Also, a great many other desirable articles.
00 It n ill he to the laterest of the Ladles to g tire a call.
t 0 Remember tile Fourth Disetrict Dry Gooda Store, iO.
M ifarkeom. corner Tchoupldtooloa steet.
J614 . J.:.MILLNB, J a.
NNw OuLans, Jane 1th, AINS
TUX MYEBRS O, ST. JOBRPH'B PICNrI AASe
CIATION are requested to be p nctual L attendane
at the ext regular meeatng, to be held TO-WORROW
n half-eat hrves o'clock, at St.
SJoseph'sa"ebool Hall, corner of Common and Marals
Gentlemen of the Parish wla are deasrous of proaitiag
. thq eldeet of the Aemclation, and who have net yet
become members, are erepecttily invited to atted, - ,
le By order . JOHN McCAFFREY, Preeeat.
he P. A. Pgrar, sBeretary.
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The bylowia` Ceuiehte have hl aecarnistb to thb
LOUISIANA !CE MANU1ACTURING COMPANY.
BILIT, ana rseomenmd its e to o us Oblic.S
P .r a f -P s 'Chemistry la tho oeol o the
M. M. DOWLRBB, M.D.
Of We tke great peare in bearing tetimony to the
of Prank Hawthorn, M.D. James Boran, N.D.
Wrren te, Sr., M.D. L L. Comntalt, M.D.
i J. H Pops. Dr ggt. DrB and Choppin.
(1 . W. Lewits, M.11 .H. Mo m. M.D.
SW. N. Mercer, M.l). Stanford . Challe, M.D..
y. We certi-fy to having uned the Ice manufactud byI
tie Louulau Ire,, Mnufacurnu'~Com®any and pro
nounce it equal to any In Quait and biesllty, and
cheerllly recommenld itto tnblp faver:
T. P. Leather, Captain Steamboat Gen. Quitman.
W. B. Rihardon, Captain Steamboat Wild Wiagner.
Jame aBymrne. W. A. Violett.
B J. Black. ;. W. Huntington.
W. H. Dameron. H. T. Lonamdale.
A.D. W lly. P. Gleaan.
n J. Smith & Co. It. Pritchatdl.
A. M. Blckhamn. H. A. Leaauieer.
0a G. W. Binder. J. a. laperTe.
Leon Oodehan. D. A. ('hafb r.
t Wi. Agar. P. A. Webre.
R. Agar. A d. Faurre.
y Ain. co.turh..: . Johnaod .
E. Troiqegr. Jiola Belly.
he C. W. Camouack. E. Lawrence.
Th. Blois. At. Kearue.
J. IL Yehorn (tt.,. Smith u MlKenlsa.
C1. Cham. Wm. MeCulloch.
Adaiphe Odler. W. Bathuret.
A. A. Lelong. It. BTchaata.
SA. . Ober. A. Roeheeen & A ICo.
td Jame Jaekuin. Henry Prellsn.
Dqge. Lanate. Walton & Deulonde.
J- . e re. . a
F.A. LnuIlm. uijac A Oihuideyt
MO A. . E.nEmmYanuel. A. McColumn, Jr.
SA. W. COOr. mueml Moore. -
W. . Gwtin, . r. CLAk & .lyne.
(DaIs. LaItte. t Octavet morel.
i . aPhelu, and ethers.
The above ICE for atle at the works of the C(ompany,
at le. per potnd for all qnantitier lip to 100 lbs. ; above
P A. C. (OI)DIN. Preside.nt pro ten,.
l New Orleans, Jiuno 6, le. Jet4 It
.. - NNUAL EXAMINATION"
TUIDENTS 1W d ST. M-AdultS. COLent IChl
SE OAT THE A E
b, ATIO ]0-A-- TH BA T E,
o l orner of IDareron and I'eraldido treals,.
W MONDAY a o TLESDAY, '1.1 anld kl of .1 UtlNE. I.q,
tNEVWN O'CLOCK, 1. M.
IADMISIONn. r the retu, igllt.s rIIFTY CCEITiS.
S -N. Bc.-The a Ilbi-tntemrwpersd with P ing
ingtec. amatlou. &a uic. JPl4 ft
GRAND CATIOLI IORN AL AND RATENON
t- A 'NDIt TIE DIREOCTIN (NV
The St. Joseph's lc-Nic Association,
of SAT'i'Il JAY 1(t SEND V, JI SLY 4th alu 5th,
AT Trut 4:AJ.AXL C'OgllthK..
to Til l:ccloro or the St. .Josi.i:'e lI le.*. Aasocia
loin take phlaamrr in announoi tElaI arrangement.
to have been maLe to give a (tjAD PC-Kt o e the4
and 5lth of .nly next at which all atl GImes ad
SPrastimes wil be itrobiu.ed. together with many other.
i novel mattem lve t their natlre. Among shrn we
mny uummerste Mule tar , trotting hAd running;
Her Baou, trott and rnnig; Foot od Sack
Baum..1 reaai~per, Greasy Plea: Horiculetal Bar;
'ID l f oO. , nd many other., whichl elkl be par.
tie]r in smmll Mal . -l
SI etIderto foel ,tet the conveyance of viudorh toned
m the srounde. boat. wll run regullraly fror the
ry Mag iBridge, li the New laie., to the grouudai arq
ryag all visltorfe of cmarge.
r, A more d etailed and eyetmae programme wli be
,gives is fntuae advertiem etus
Ticket of Aldmliaon-Adult, 50 cent,; Chidre,..
Sunder 10 years, (with parents.) free. myl30
to H eLI CABX) COPPER. TIN. AND) SHENT
.h P.U Worker and Dealer Ito Itoves andl (;rake. No.
re ter and all klineso. Jobbing doer
id anaortment o Tin Wasre always o hand, and
to oade tooder. my7S 3m
MAR(IARET'S MT.AM IUAKLEItY,
No. 7 New Lvee trenlt. Itwee ove Uydasawudl ,aiayette.
W NEW I)itI.EAhS0
al Still eontlnnee to muanlrctltre all dcsrlptfloa of
at 'rackers. Navy. Pilot, eand French Bread. Pa'kagra
dellverwi in all parts orl tlk city freeof drayae.
tIItA IN. ('OflN MEAL. AXI, .. &A
id myl7 ly N'w f(t-an..
a-TJAMES .J. .IO l~S.
tlni,de ml--C,,rSlti eventhm nud Fuitosrametert.
Order I-ti at lb. uhit o r the Me.tatl,, S5 will he -
is pronptyalvnttn'nted to. - tyi7 ly
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L d*mt t q iuu a, beautiWful st ,f tMilIit
Fancy Onoils. which the i, fuhI~n at ('at, so chlep, th
ean one wiehine to enhi-i a Itensot. lit, or De./
toady msldo, souud not f to be plea..6 with tlaw e
Feather., Infant Cape. antI Embroidered She
acquee; Ladite,' UnderColnthingsl Cllar., Co
andCrochet Lareu mud Inuertinlig-.l to be
(a11 and examior.
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