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avoed M the I.7ss0' t ty years.
- d 0 Patrisreh. as he mow appea.
ls p.ow.white leeks and O that Christia sn le
Gerdather Alomsasnlr" a Lather witheut gusis I
aee .ew the f "lthfl'" gather round bhin ui .
eo seas tes sad bear his voite Ia prayer I
eleoved abildre bless the ray haired stre,
And lisa his besisgs to High Heven apire !
O whLt a lvely sghbt I how full of Joy
To N 'be faithfel all their tongues emplto
ekewering blessings on the Patriarh'e head.
ile tsars of joy attest the bomage aid I
ve salder of the Cross I theu valnast ma I
st gteIrlos hattls is I lfe's letheeld span
thou not fought for Christ, thy bleeling Lord,
eengar'd,. glorious, by His Mighty Word I
al may the faithful besee pay to thee.
Who fifty yeas hbak helt by Calvary.
"hee paeMag .arees .fering Inaess. swest
To Fy dear Lard. low at ais afored peest
O hbored ever I be thy life, thy name,
Thy silvery hairs, thy feet, that to us came
With ntdlg joyful--as thy votee of yore
Was sweet as wavels--weloome to our shore !
New Orklens. ombeu r s3., 1:6.
REV. M. SHEEHAN.
The many friends in this city of the Rev.
ether Sheehan will be pleased to read the
llowing complimentary notice whloh we
py from the Armidale, South Wales, Chrosclde
On Sasurday evening a meeting of the R. C.
ty in Armidale was held. in the Catholio
hoot H ,ioee. in view of adopting an address
dob inting subscriptions towards atestimo
ail to tie presented to the Rev. Father Shee
n, nowon the evef his departure for Casino,
the Riobmoed River district. Mr. Caldwell
ided, and several resolutions were passed
gretting the departure of Father Sheehan
m Aro.dale, in which he had been resident
r the past twelve months. An address, watch
d been prepared, was read and adopted. The
atimontal, it was arranged, should take the
of a purse of sovereigns, and a committee
appointed o-ebtain subeoriptions, the list
'ug kept open for a fortnight for that pur
The address, which was presented to
ber 8eehan after the second service on Sun -
last, wassfollows: "To the Rev. Father
ban, Armidale. Rev. and Dear Sir-We,
Catholics of Armidale, hbaring heard with
regret of your contemplated departure
Sthe distriet, wish to testify to the zeal
solicitude you have ever manifestod in
canse for the promotion of Religion and
uoation. We have ever found you ready at
call of duty to undergo any inconvenience
minister tc the wanteof your parishioners in
i wide and scattered district, and in every
ay have found you most ealiduone and seal
in the disoharge of the onerous duties of
our vocation. The earnest elouence of your
structiona has evercommln W our attention
d respect, evincing, as bis always dd, a
and replete with sound logtal attainments
d a thorough knowledge of human nature in
is maen phases. Although other districts will
or the future reap the oe f your efforts to
d' Holy Canse, yet we oever look back
Ith pleasure and pride on he sncess that has
tteuded your mission in Armidale. and on the
oos solicitude you heev ever manifested in
urspirirtal welfare. We have always, in our
terconrse with you, been delighted to find
e happy blending of the Chriestian Minister
oourteous gentleman. As a slight token of
esteem and gratitude, we beg your accept
of the accompanyIng purse of sovereigns,
bleo, if commensurate with our wishes, wonld
Stan. hundredfold thepresent amoont. In
olusion, we earnestly and cordially wish you
r success Into your new sphere, and for
atly trust that the Almighty God will grant
u many days to labor in His cause, and live
the grateful remembrance of Your devoted
ildren in Armidale." Reply. "Gentlemen-I
I grateufal for the expression of kind and affe
nate feeling conveyed in the words of your
dress, and also for your generous donation.
ing only a short time with you, I cannot
tribute these kind testimonials to any merit
mine, but so:ely to your kind, generous and
pentful devotion to my ffiloe. Hoping that
e Lord will grant both to your and to your
milles all blessings, I hare only to add that
lnful word-good by e."
On SBrday the Rev. Sheehan preached a
ewell sermon to his congregation in the REo
n Cathollo Cathedral. Armidale, on the eve
his departure for Casino Those present
ere deeply affected during the delivery of his
lid, paternal advice, which drew tears from
eysa of many. Never before was there a
t stationed in Armidale who in more great
teemed than Father Sheehan. Immediately
r the 11 o'clook moss the sacristy gwas
wded by both men and women, the young
d the aged, who pressed around to hear a
itable address read to him by Alderman
tagerald, accompanied by a wellfilled purse
gold. All present were moved to tears do
ghis feeling reply totheaddress. He kind
thanked all the people of this city for the
poet shewn him during his residence in it,
Sa t itsoonelnsionall shook hands with him,
_y leaving the building with over-oharged
tsa, nd inwardly praying that God would
ees him wherever he went. We may here
tefully remark that many of other denomi
Sbons came forward unasked and tendered
eir donations towards the testimonial-an
t which will be ever remembered by the
atholic of Armidale.
Anraict Bor8 AND 8HOI8 ABROAD -One
teal remlt of the Centennial, says the
Stimore au, 1s a consialderable number of I
erman orders for New England boots and I
hoes. HBltherto Amerloan shipmente bare been
restricted to leather and bides, but the reduced
rate of labor aids in making the product
cheaper and it is believed a modifiotion of
tariff restriotions will still further add to the
export not only to Germany, but to Franoe and
ugland, as well as South America. Thus
Se our cotton manufacturee go abroad, and
r fb is followingonrporn and floor into the
d of London and Liverpool, our boots
dhoe~s have attraoted the notice of German
d French merchants. Baltimore is a con
erablte nssnfacturer in the ihoe line, and
celebrity ftr excellence in its prodouct.
at now there is great activity In the boot and
oe manufastories in Maosachusetts.
n the midst of the universal businees de-,
n incident to our present political complicastions
pleasant to e th thathe superior excellenee of the
snd work 5t some of our commercial establish
o sereto 1 ti. st all iu.e, fair business.
is notably the case with Mesur. J. IThompson &
'.ertinge and Wgon makers, 68 and 70 Rampart
t, btwen Common sad Graver. to gniverslt ls
atlsefacttso riven bh their work that they h.vre had
hands fall, even during the past six monbths,whn
ne*a generally hs eenso dull -We attrlbui this
th fact that the members of the firm are slrt oise
ea weokmsn the elves who give their undi
5attieon tto the proper lling of all orders. and
th hberal and eunhtenod maunauament of Mr. J.
t- , he d of the Arm, who is a able and
OZJr[7Z lB SB PJYgM
es D:auaiatiaus a asmkarl sad the Lousiana
setauraig Seasr is 1578.
A SPEZoH THAT WAS PULL OF PROPHECY AND
tr theCearessonal Record. Jaanary II, 18M)
I ask what kind of logic, what statesman
ship is it we witness so frequently on this
floor, which takes the statislics of popula
tion of a State in hand and then proceeds
to reason thus : So many colored people, so
many white, therefore so many colored
votes and so many white votes ; and there
fore so many Republican votes and so many
Democratic votes; and if an election does
not show this exact prop r ion, it must be
necessarily the result of fraud and intimi
dation and the National Government must
inte fere. When we have established the
role that election returns must be made or
corrected according to the statistics of pop
ulation, then we may decide elections be
fore hand by the United States census and
last year's Tribune Almanac, and save our
selves the trouble of voting.
INTIMIDATION OF VOTERS
Intimidation of voters ! I doubt not, sir,
there has been much of it. very much.
Thiere has been much of it by terrorism,
physioal and moral by the discharge of
employes from employment for political
cause, but, I apprehend, not all on cue side.
I shall be the last man on earth to say a
word of excuse for the Southern ruffian
who threatens a negro voter with violence
to make him vote the Conservative ticket.
I know no language too severe to condemn
his act. But I cannot forget and it stands
vividly in my recollection, that the only act
of terrorism and intimidation I ever hap
pened to witness with my awn eyes was the
cruel clubbing and stoning of a colored
man in North Carolina in 1872 by men of
his own race, because he bad declared him
self in favor of the Conservativea; and if
the whole story of the South were told it
would be discovered that such a practice
has by no means been infrequent.
But there was intimidation of another
PACKARD AND HIS DRAGOONS.
I cannot forget the spectacle of Marshal
Packard, with the dragoons of the United
States at the disposition of the chairman of
the Kellogg campaign committee sa the late
election in Louisiana, riding through the
State with a full assortment of warrants in
his hand, arresting whomsoever he listed
I cannot forgot the, as to the discharge of
laborers from employment for political
cause a most seductive and demoralizing
example is set by the very highest authority
in the land. While we have a law on our
statute book declaring the intimidation of
voters by threatened or actual discharge
from employment a punishable offense, it
is the notorious practice of the Government
of the United States to discharge every one
of its employee who dares to vote against
the Administration party; and that is done
North and South, East and West, as far as
the arm of that Government reaches. I
have always condemned the intimidation of
voters in every shape, and therefore I have
beenin favor of a genuine civil service re
form. But while your National Govern
meot is the chief intimidator in the land,
you must not be suprised if partisans on
both sides profit a littletrom its example.
The Federal officeholders in the South
became more than ever the center of par
tisan intrigue and trickery. The Caseye
and Packarde carried off State Senators in
United States revenue cutters and held Re
publican conventions in United States cus
tom houses, guarded by. United States sol
diers, to prevent other Republican factions
from interfering. Nay, more than that, the
same Packard during the lastelection cam
paign in Louisiana, being at the same time
United States Marshal and chatrman of Kel
logg's campain committee, managed ntot
only the political campain but also the
movements of the United States dragoonse
to enforce the laws and to keep his political
opponents from " intimidating " his politi
cal friends. More than that, in one State
after another in the Sonth we saw enter
prisitg politicane start rival legislatures
and rival governments, much in the way of
Mexican prorunciamentos, catculating on
the aid to be obtained from the National
Government; the Attorney General of the
United States called upon to make or un
moake governors of States by the mere wave
ot his hand, and the D)eojartment of Justice
almost appearing like the central bureau
for the regulation of State elections. And
still mole than that, we saw a Federal
Judge in L )nisiana, by a midnight order,
universally recogontzd as a gross and most
unjustifiable usurpation, virtually making
a State government and Legislatire, and
the National Executive witn the army sus
taining that usurpation and Congress per
mitting it to be done.
PACKARD IN TWO CHARACTERS.
Neither do I think that you can convince
an intelligent public opinion that the Kel
logg party did carry the Slate of Louistana
by a bonajfide vote at the last election, and
that the unconstitntional employment of
the Federal bayonets was merely to vinidi
cate the true will of the people of Louisia
na lawfully expressed at the polls. No
intelligent man can have escaped the im
pression that those who executed the bare
faced usurpation of 1872 would not shrink
from any device ever so foul, to pre
serve the fruits of that usurpation by
repeating the same oin 1874. It was noticed
with general astonishment (and I have to
refer to that case once more, for it stands
out as oneof the most repulsive tbhingsan
the history of our politics) that a Federal
offeer, United States Marshal Packard, was
permitted to manage the political campaign
as the chairman of the Kellogg State cen
tral committee and at the same time the
operations of the United States soldiers in
arresting his opponents, a combination of
functions so strikingly susnepicious, so glar
ingly unfair, that when I publicly called
attention to it even a large number of Re
publican journals protested against it as an
outrage upon public decency.
THE DIABOLICAL RETURNING BOARD.
It hse not been overlooked that when,
after the insurrection of the 14,h of Septem
ber, arrangements were attempted in Louis
ians to divest the Retnrning Board of its
suspicious partisan character, the lead
ing members of the Kellogg party
most strenuously objected to the admis
sion of an equnal number of Coresrva
.aunu J5 , i DI a m W
live sand Repubitesas, wns one meia
of unimpesehable eharacter to be obese by
them jointly to set as umpire In the return
of the votes, thus insslatin for themselves
upon the privilege to eont the voles as
they might choose. It has been well ob
served that, the Returning Board having
purposely preserved its partisan character
when the election showed a considerable
Conservative n'ajority, manlpolated the
returns for weeks and weeks irftilby hook
or crook that Cooservatie majority woeas S
trans/brpted nto a .republicam one. It has
not eseaped pnblic attention that the Attor
ney General of the United States, with os
tentatious publicity, declared his purpose
to stand by that Returning Board whatever '
It might do, and when the thing was done L
declared himself for a heroic policy to en
force its edicts, and whereupon followed the a.
ON THE DOWN GRADE. 4.
We are evidently-and I say it with
calmness and deliberation-on the down
ward slope, and the question is where shall e
we land. It is not, indeed, the success of
any Napoleonic ambitions that I fear, .or if T.
such ambitions existed they would still
have an American and not a French people a
to encounter. But what I do see reason to s
fear if we continue on our courseis this :
That our time honored constitutional prin ito
ciples will be gradually obliterated by re
peated abuses of power establishing them
selves as precedents; that the machinery of
administration may become more a d more I1
a mere instrumnent of " ring " rule, a tool to
manufacture majorities and to organize is
plunder; and that finally in the hollow
shell of Republican forms, this Government Is
will become the mere foot-ball of rapacious
and despotic factions. That, sir, is what I 14
do fear. Is
Baby's Food-something entirely new and 1e
highly recommended by physicians at the Noth-at
John 8. Twomey's, corner Philip and Magazine street. 17.
A BUNNIbG TARGET.
Till. FIRST AND LAUGHABLE EXPERINCSn THE 19
CREEDMOORE SHOTS HIAD WITH IT.
(N. T. World. Nov. 19.)
The first competition in the Winchester com- T1
pansoy match at the * Running Deer" target was
shot at Creedmooz yesterday. The distance
was 100 yards and open to any rifle, inoloding
repeaters; bull's eyes to count four, centres
three, and outere two. A floe often cents was
imposed for each shot fired when the deer was L
outside the boundariee, or whioh strook the
hbannch These fues were added to the en
trance money, and one-third of the total went
to the highest soore, and one sixth to second
best soore. The prize is $50. to be won three
times. Each competitor had the privilege of
entering four times, but only the highest score
to take the prize. Hundreds of gentlemen F
from this city and the neighborhood who would
,never travel out to Creemoor to bang away at
a single target, now have an inducement to
try their look on the running deer. It is made
of boiler iron bolted securely together, and
placed on a short pivot, that gives the deer,
when running, an almost natural swing. An
inolined plane has been laid upon which is 8S
placed a narrow track. The deer is on small
rollers, and two men, placed at each end of the
track behind a partition which protects them
from stray ballets. pusoh the deer down with
force enough to run it up the opposite side.
The distance within the boundaries is about
ninety feet, and the deer will croes this within t
thirty seconds. When it runs across, the men
at the other end torn it about on the pivot and so
send it spinning back. Good shots at the still C
targets failed yesterday to hit the running deer 14
often. They most aim between four and five P
fest ahead of the deer to hit him, and those pe
failing to do this often hit his bhaunohes The
competitors engaged yesterday numbered 26. to
and, notwithstanding thecold wind, kept up a tn
continual roar of laughter, as the black disk,
showing flues, was stuck up more than any
other. Following are the best scores made to- so
day: J. E. Stetson, 6 hits, 2 flues, total, 16; T. be
0. Bennet, 5 bits, total, 14; W. Robertsou, let th
bsance. 3 has, 1 fine, total. 9; second chanoe, fri
3 hitse, 1 fine, total. 6; Geo. Wood,3 bits, total, pa
7; William Hayes, 2 hire, total, 6 There were -
nine competitors who did not bit the deer once,
but who declared that they had received their
money's worth of sport. G. E. Stetson made
the bear score in the fifth competition for the
prize offered by Messrs. Schuyler, Hartley &
Grahau for rapidity and accuracy.
" Pa, what does it mean to be tried by a
jury o ote's peerel" " It means mny son,
that a man has to be tried by a jury ,l
comprised of men who are his equals-on fn
an equality with him, so they will hbve no
prejudice against him." "Thon, pa, I sup
pose you'd have to be tried by a jury of so
bald headed men i"
New tea, just arrived by steamer New Or- t
leons, at John 8 Twomey's erst-olass grocery, corner
of Magazine and Philip streets.
Double- stitched sewed two-buttoo gloves at
Sit 5, at Levy Brothers'. 5s0 Magazine street. -
OAK, ASH AND PINE WOOD AND PITTSBURG
COAL. FULL LE(GAL MEASURE, LOWEST
MARKET PRICES AND PROMPT ATTENTION
GUARANTEED. SEND ORDERS THROUGH POST
OFFICE. OR OTHERWISE, TO MRS. eRY'8
WOODYARD, 123 CALLIOPE STREET, BETWEEN
CAMP AND MAGAZINE, L. E. MEEHAN. MAN
Ordinary Notices of Marriages and Deaths ill, Aeresfter
be inserted for ifty centsa Obituaries will be charged
at the rots of ten ent a line
BOWLING-O'RORKE--At Baltlmore. Nrv. litA.
1.S, ast Loyola Chrchb, by Rev. C. H. Denny. 8. J..
-essited by Rev. 8. A. Kelly, Joseph Bowling to Julia
O'Rorke (nee WIechester), both of New Orleans. No W
G tIVOT--On WednesdAy. November ILS. 176, at a
woarter to In o'lotk A. a. after a long end painfl
lles nis lue Ostelle Orivot. eg sdxty e)ars shtter of
the late Geo. C Marole Griveot.
rOLeB--On Wedneday ILovembor 52. at S a. V.,
B-lache LouiSe fo'gr. duglhtsr or Lafayette yolgnr F
aed the late Clemeuoce Malerd.
JACOB OTT, BULD E,
289 Magazine Street, Corner of Calllpe, w
stores. Counting Houses and Dwellln Ittedes tp
wlth Dispatoh. Jobbing promptly attened to.
Asl orders m or workled t at the Omoe, . MaSpstne
4rt or eanlt rough the Poeome. prom, l ·C
D . CHARLEs E. KELLS ha
DR. M. VIET, T
12i . D...... auphine Street-.-.........- t2
l-et door from Cuse.
Teeth extracted without pain. under the itnence oef Sc
NTrIROUi OXIDE OGAS mhlti 70 lygp
UPPER CITY KID OG.OVE DEPOT.
80-------..-.-...gazine 8 tret----..--....5...0 I
eep eosteat y an head a nu eserttneat of Al
Two-bettosn les at st po reltr Demblo-titob, d
sewed Tw-ertton Giav, et 0S1. SiTh beet Gieecs
te Sm etny, every pr warranted. Sp tf
A GRanD 4onMueT
ST. PATRIOK'S HALL. °
On Monday. December 4. 1876,
Under the Directiom of
PROFE88OR H. A. BLAKE,
OR3 THE BENEFIT OF
ST. ALPHONSUS' ORPHAN ASYLUM,
- Part isat -
I. Welome hors ...................... ....Stratton
Pupils of 8t AIphossue lchool.
I. Old King Cole toomlo).....................Wallace
The 11itl Orpheas.
. Piano lirte Duet-" Lee Bords des Rhia"
Milsai Blanche and N. Mmeem.
4. Bemember Me .. ......Campegna
MI Mar, Oraeboeeg.
5. Bother the e o ic).................... Walker
Mater Mish Blake.
S8llin Dee om) ....... . ...........Co.. te
Litte ones of dt Aliphons School..
7. Plano Forte Soio-- I Ca liette ".......... eselita
Mie Panla e Ott.
8. Bannte Dee ....................DaDubrte
Vie. MalIn. Gruoebsrg.
I. Tabby Tom Oat (talo) ......... ......... nt
matser Hen Blake.
10 Lottle Lee (solo and eborn) ..............Lookwood
Mrs. Thoe. Walebe and the Pupils of S Alphonsea.
Intermlsaton of Five Minutes.
- Part econd -
II. Out In this Cold Wolld ......................ClIfton
The little Urphans and the Pupils of $S Alphensnu.
18 The Two bshermen (det ..................Mattle
l be Mtnea trunsberg
13. Loat Child (oumlc)...........................o..rd
Muter Loate Blake.
14. Acroes the Sands............................Millard
15 Piano Forte Solo-' Othello"............... ..Hers
I. Rightand Up (cmie...................... Gilbert
She little Orphans
17. Coming through the Kle .................Bandall
Mis Mailvina Grueoerg
Ii. Piano Forte T o ........................La Chasse
The Misses Mason aud Pauline Ot.t
19. Matrimonial -*eete (comic dust)..........Freeman
Master.. L and M Blake.
20. Come where the Zephyr .....................Horn
PuplIs st A'phonsuo School.
The Grand Chlkerlg PrDno hlidly loaned by Mr.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; Concert commences at 71.
TICKEFS...... FITY CENTS.
ST. PATRICK'S HALL,
Sunday Evenng, Deoember 10, 1876,
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK,
Rev. Abram J. Ryan,
The Southern Poet, Priest and Orator,
TO AID IN THB
Completion of the Church of St. Joseph.
Bnuernc-Modern Beiecem i the Pramse of Christ.
TICKETS-FIFTY CENTS. nol9 td
CARD OF THANKS.
The Fleters of bharity of the New Orleans Female
Orphan Asylum beg leave to return moot grateful
thanks to the ladies and gentlemen who contributed
so generousl, to promote the sunoese of the Grand
Concert, given at Grunewald Bail. Thursday evealng,
14th last; and to make particular aoknowledgment to
Prof. J. W. H. (ECKEkT, who direoted the musleal
performancees to Mr L GRUNE WALD for tbe
gratuitous u-e of his Ball and splendid Koabe Piano;
to the X. 0 Price Current for repeated favors, and to
the Presm generally for appreoiated attentions.
The prseers of the orpbans daily asenod In fervent
supplication to their Heavenly Father for all their
benefactors. This is all the return they can make for
the great kindnese and charity of their steadfast
friends who have come to their ald on this and many
past occasions. It
CINDERELLA SHOE 8FORE,
No. 392 Magazine street,
A Luve the market.
The citrzeus of New Orleansare invited to call at this
newly opened house and examine a complete st.ek of
BOO ' 8 AND SHOES,
sulted to the wants end meat e of all.
No auction nor refuse goos will be offered for sale,
w bile pr cos shall range at lo west po'sible rates for new,
fresh work. made by the b at manufacturers of this
country, EXPRESHLY TO MY OIDERS.
MIR P.. J GLYNN. the well known,accomplished
salesman, will be happy ,o seeold, and make new friends
Polite attention and fair deallnr shall mark the hil
tory of tils a fam ly estab isbment. F epoctlully,
W. N. TOLER,
N B -Store closed on Sundays. noLt It
We claim the attention of buyers to our magiflcent
assort uelct of
- .on&eating o. -
MOUSSLINE DE LAINES,
With a foll line of
from the most celebrated manufactorles.
D. H. HOLMES,
155....--...-..Canal street............. 155
no5 6etp And 15 Bourbon street.
HOEY & O'CONNOR,
Office, No. 25 Commercial Place,
Will attend to sales of Heal Estte Purnlturoe, Stock.,
Bonus, Sorip. etc., ad to Renting of Boue..
SPECI AL NOTICES.
THE 81STERS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD
have constantly on hand RADY-MADE CLOTHING
FOR SALE. Plain and Embroidered UnderLLdnen for
Ladies ; Fine and Coarse Shirts; Plain ones and Over
alls for Laboring Men and Mechanics. All substan
tially made and at low prices. noT 75 ly
OFFICE OF NEW ORLEANS HOMESTEAD AS
SOCIATION-II6 Poydras street, corner Camp.-New
Orleans, November 25, 17O6.-The Stockholders of this
Assoclation are hereby notified that a LOAN will
be offered on MONDAY EVENING, November 97th,
1876, at 7 o'clock, in the Hall over the oece of the
Amociation, 116 Poydras street.
The public are cordially invited to be present.
J(ON McCAF P EY, Preeldent.
,r. .T rr*rfTT rV ." -o r. r ear.. .wt i
UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES !
NO COMMON GOODSI
NOTICE PRICES Or UNDERSHIRTS:
[ed Warm Merin ................... la nd upward
Good Verah Werlno................1 50 sad upwards
Bet I.Wol . ... . . ....... .. -all slau.
Bees akeds, rOd or whit........a.... el-sIeoWs
Good Twilled fed Plansl............. 01 b0--all Blu.
Bet Coton iannoel, all sles .......... II5 sat I 50.
PRICES OF DRIAWERS rQUALLY LOW.
Except n Jeuans; these. of very bet quality are only
75c per pair all tew.
IN FINER 00008,
of "Cartwrligh & Warunrtr ad etbereolshrsted make.
a full line or sixe on has sad at popular priss.
NEW STYLES OF SHIRTS.
ALL OUR SHIRTS
RED UOD IN PRIOB,
BUT NOT IN .QUALITY.
A good White Shirt, any styl, e. 5 aud npwards.
Asetllsh Colord Shbltt anu style. , oM Si to sI t
Be&ddes a fai assortment of the Aoer grad.e, sad
ALL AT RBDUCED PRICES.
A very Large Stook of
HALF HOSE I
British Half Rose, WITHOUT SEAMS, $3 and 8 per
A toll line of Fancy Half ose $9 to 09 and only at
Wlebeo's can KEAL BALHtltliO t halfr Bow,
from Smyth & Co.'. be fenad.
85 I3HE NEW STOCr OF
Dressing Robes, from $14 to $40.
A New Assortment of
MADE WITH LEOGANT SBELECTD STICK8.
New Pooketbook. Toilet Artolel Bltuds. Scarf Plan
Sleeve Butwon. Wa·toh (bain and Charms.
Also all choice sti le of
Embraclng all that l now In Salk and Wool.
I White and Panoy POCE.T HA fDKERORtJIS
English a d Froh SITt*PENDNB8
New Stles COOLLARB and CUFFS m weekly added
Kid, Castor, Cloth and other stleeu of GLOV I a all
sised and oalor.
Re ember, NO 0OMMON STOCK, but good
goods at aw Prloe.
B. T. WALSEIE,
No. 110 Canal Street, near St. Charles.
N. B -specal attention called to a small and oebole
I BOYT' AND CHILDRENB' CLOTHING,
I consigned to me for immediate sle, and offred at New
York msufaseturrre' prl. ae.
Orders from the couotry will beooiao prompt snd
careful atteotlo". now Imip
A Revised Edition, with a large and correct map of
t the city, is now n course of publication.
No effort wll beI spared to make it worthy of patron
r age and support.
J CURTIS WALDO,
Publishber, Advertising Agent sad Business Writer,
noi6 5p tf No. 90 OCmp street
(ST. JOHN TBP BAPTISIT,)
This Institution presents unusual advanlages In
regard to health and beauty of ,ltuatlon, thorough
ccu'se of Instru.tion and i :d.rat'e Lerme
THE MOTiEIIt SUPERIOR,
_'c 12t" Tlusalooa, Ala
CONVENT OF1 TiE 8ACRED HEART.
'Ib,, Ladie of the Convent of the Sacred Heart are
prrparol to take FEW 8EI.ECT BOARDERS.
F,,r p:t'clearu apply to the
nol9 2tio No. St Domaine Street.
GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER,
163l..............Camp Street............. 16
Between (Grud and Julls streets.
GAS FIXTURES BRONZED AND REPAIRED AT
Orders for Plumbing will be attended to with the
All Work oentruosted to his care will reoeive prompt
Oderru left st GAIES & RELF'B, o00 Canal streelt
will be promptliv sttsaded tO. o ImSp
REMOVAL AND COPARBNERBSHIP.
The COBCERY nd HORUSEm FURNISHING
business of ALFRED DAMARINII. nt e M·asuse
street, huM been removed to the ontrally lo,d etoro
No. 49 CAMP STTREET noer Oravir. wheore, harvi
formed a prtnorshlp wth P. a. fBYRBN, the soame
will be ontinued under the style of
DAMARIN & BYRNE,
at our now Iocation, in which osu friends and the rob
lie will find 5 completoe nd wollenlteled stlo of
Decorteodand Plaln CHLINA, CttJCKEIItt, OLASS,
PI.ATED. JAPASEI)U TiN P d WOOD WAREg.
(UrLELY asd 11Ose FURNIIsHING GOOD.S, of
any variety, for ae at modoraes prica
A LFRD DA MARI.K
P. H. BFYRNB,
oBS Im5p 40 Camp street.
5CHOOL BOOK8.. S...... 8CHOOL BOOKS
OF ALL KINDS, AND BCHOOL BUPPLIES.
610........Magax zine street.......... 1
rOURTH DISTRICT D OPOT
FOX CHEAP PAPTEEIES.
Initial Paper at 10, 30. , end 0. a Bo.
A fite asortment of REPP and PLAID PAPER
Facy sad IstSpl° ITATIONIERY BLANK,
BOOKS, ALBUMS, F'RAM E Bte
KIRKPATRICK'd CINCULATIONG LIBRAT,
Orders, taken for Pd·tt aad uding at ·L frmes.
Jy0 2 lyfp
"" ] 8 AUBLEST WORIE OF Fl0
LADY GERTRUDE DOUGLAS.
One Vol, Crown 8vo, Cloth, 82 5..
Is to a book to be reaembered, a 1e0r6ed a"
oeertahed."-Leuddn l net
SIt belongs to Lady Oerltaama dl.tee It esm
but enbibita, we tlslk, prosbe of detag be•tes am ,
th aeecomplished writer has been able teolese o -,
" Writtea throughout with m interest hr maeg r
aeo and Uviag than that of ediomry moaels. Wh
beglieastag to end the story is thereughly Lmtlseg.e'
" It oold bhedlSealt to lada mere Ltabsestmlgea ~
or to meet with o oae b whieb the harMetese are
porwerfaUl doltineated. "-Osur jmI L
" TiA story ln written with bribthams sad hl mm, »r
wall am teoder pshbe."--Loedn b a.
"A mest entraitg eet). "-L-Zad m IWahk g .i
" A work to be raoked ameng thse ofU t be hi
class ef Catbhelo iltiasure. It would be dldoth be.
praise to highly a work of cook iateame mlatmem"
"Theroe IA a artain origlanllty whteh ems
geslus. Take i all In all, Limbed Uvest is _
to the ablest work of lotion of the dy."-e
It ise, by all odds the beet Cathole aeasel Re
come under our observation Im some Usme .
• It is a book with a well werked-easplot,tmte e -
charmoters, and numerous rivid and eteikLag eo
f om real life. We can eoeomoead it an staee
sond pare in tneo., ad elevatag in its ladmomea
" We have been delighted, ediaed and iastretoed P,
thle work. I hbe author ba opened a new veaL to m
iaee of ltriterato."-Oe.ico Tuleope ph.
" This la no ordinary work and eammet be measmss
by any eomparleoo with the weak navelge tof g
literatore of this day."-IrEk OiMefa.
"It is a work wbloh cam be rend with prlt by m
one, while at the ame time it has. l the fllest mea,
that fhaeloating iatrert whtch theorev set a thebak.
sJoeal mast have Ia the bookL they peawse."-. Wsh
'"The stry, which it thoroughly l1ats tets g. l'tan
In a simple, etmafectd way, sad la eovdetly the wft;
ofa skillfil and acoompliebod writer."--Oesith Vil.bis
" We know no work of .sties I Cai Obele tami
that ea oempare with Linked Lives'"-Pbbfetmp
"It is many & day asine we havo met with moek als J
It I a simple story of everyday life, but the ethe
Invested It with a beauty rarely met with to wmrbee
oction "-Bouther rer...
oer sale by all bookrllters, or maled free am reoiti1
of price, by
sn ly5Ip New York. Ci o oamd end aS. Iesa -
ADVERTIBE IN THE COUNTNRY.
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Journals, at Pblishers' lowest rate :
Call on or address
J. CURTIS WALDO,
Advertising Agent, Publisher and B*us
90o............... Camp Street............. .. .
0015 Im5p Up Giot
T. J. BROWN,
Practical Paper Hanger,.
263..............Camp Street.............. t l
Between Delord and Poeqfarro.
wE W OLn..
A large asmortment of Wall Paper, Gold and Yelred
Bordere. Winduw bhlade. Cornloee. Bd., Orera mam
White Hollande. Picture Cord, Tassels, etc. alwa em
hand. Samole Books seut if requlrrd 0ol5 74 lytp
ECONOMY AND FASHION COMBIN3WL
Th. Ilatet yls and moat destrablo tee t . b
FALL DR 1(Y1tl)8 can be fonud as
B. & W. CRONER,
147..... .......Canal Street...............
New stock Jaestartlvtog emptletmgamol(S fol o i
Choice Ulttlt M iOOD4. Floe ENGLISH HIOIAY
French OUOBTLTI. White Gooda. lomaetls, etea.
iso a completnd careully elestd sock of1 m
eels Threm.PyI end lgras CAPItTSI lek. P B
-nd Fany MARTTING. UGS. bADIE O IO
etO. Our (log Oeperlsoce it this paoial IeYe aetoLe, 1W
to guarandtee am· tl'lbon to all w be fhvor am wish m
I every depertmteot we have marked out 0m" 1..
remarhabiy low pBrice. Siecala attlon to rdaa
from the cooatry. . a W. (tU )Ih
.eat Smrp No. 147 Camtl steot
A. P. HARRIXGOTON,
STATIONER AND NBWSDEALEZ,
il ...........Canal Stroet...... ... I
Rvg uoght the t.tereet or N,. *A" *
PBXiS M am I te lot.re pro. 11 Cum eireeSt Ireen
fully am iptoaolit t parna the trmade ed than rw
" -~ ilyp A. P. BARRI'NGTO.
3 (fuocoer to Thomae Markeyl)
40, 42 and 44.. .Clmlborue Street...40, 42 md4 N
Opposite to aLrko!.
Paten Mentallc BuralOMem. MalsJIoay,Bhuboldk
e.d Plate CGooe aiw,n on enad
fUERALS itaded to by the Proprietor to wml
wbo hopone by etrtlc attnttia to bueltoee. to obe.m i
CAR+RIAE NfrcR SiRS. i7 lyOp.
I- ASHEItWOMAN WANTED-A OOOD WAW.
rwoman, competent and Induetrlous, will And aea· '
employment, at fair wage. by applyltg at sW - P
Chartreu stret. ft
ST. PATRICK'S HALL FOR RNM
7o0 BALLS, COQd0lMl AND ?.LkB
5. PatrIek's Nall, L3 'AND 1MM ,
UALL IN TaS CITYr. wll e mIsS, b, the isgi
- eser, ream el rmo *a e c ONE-w
BALLS, LUOTUR.a, PAS and me I
For ONARI'TAELN D-T-IRAPJEWTU, wtae
siaetn or e, the Bapll al rem be nd M AP aS
Ot. PATWRE HALL AMS
a.iuts of ZM. . mig ab